Thursday, December 31, 2020

For the Sake of the Second Amendment, and State and Local Republicans, We Should Still Vote Republican

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[PUBLISHER'S NOTE: Also included with this article is a brilliant piece entitled "Overcoming the Court's Abdication in Texas V. Pennsylvania" by conservative attorneys William J. Olson and Patrick M. McSweeney" dated December 24, 2020. It was first published in The Western Journal under title "TWJ Exclusive: New Legal Memo Brings Hope to Trump Supporters This Christmas". It is relevant to this article.]

The national Republican Party is as STUPID as you can get. Their poster child for stupidity is Sen. James M. Inhofe of Oklahoma.

Inhofe, who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, gave Elizabeth Warren a huge victory over millions of Republican voters in the South when he allowed her Section 377 into the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, which requires that the names of century old U.S. Army bases in the South, such as Fort Benning and Fort Bragg, be changed.

Inhofe didn't need to do this. He has a Republican majority on the Senate Armed Services Committee, and President Trump is vehemently against it, but, again, Inhofe is an idiot.

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10 comments:

  1. Why does the GOP play nice with a party that runs them over with a steam roller when the tables turned? This is a knife fight, and we bring jello.

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    1. Why? Because their allegiance is to the hustle. The GOP actually prefers the minority position. From that position they may escape responsibility and blame the majority for the troubles upon the land. They may then appeal for increased donations to aid them in 'righting the ship'. Their coffers runneth over, they dispense their gain amongst themselves. There are great gobs of money in playing 2nd fiddle. Many Americans make the mistake that this is a knife fight. Yet consider such a fight is to the finish; one being the victor, the other the vanquished. That is indeed poor politics. Better is to remain in order to continue raking over the peasants whether from a majority or minority position. Politics is about amassing power and there is no better way then remaining in the game.

      While I may not write persuasively the explanation is as easy as I describe.

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  2. SFC Johnny US Army RetiredDecember 31, 2020 at 8:32 PM

    My wife and I will never vote again after what's happened this past November. I'm thinking neither party cares whether we vote anymore because of the traitors they are. After all the vile and dishonest things both parties have committed in this election thousands of people throughout our nation need a trial for treason and then hung. Our right to vote is sacred and yet we were spit upon. Spit upon just like in 1970 after returning from Vietnam. The time for cleansing has arrived and it's way past time to get to it!

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    1. The time for cleansing has arrived and it's way past time to get to it!

      Amen.

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  3. We need to keep the Republicans in power. Then start weeding out the closet deep state ones. Need to do a better job vetting candidates. The one failure Trump had was the people he chose to work for him. Chose to many lifers of Washington. He was an outsider and he should have brought outsiders with him.

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    1. He was an outsider and he should have brought outsiders with him.

      Absolutely and surprised me.

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  4. We get the best politicians money can buy. Only problem is most of us don't have enough money to buy one.

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    1. Start the printing machines! Which reminds me of the shredders going night and day from April 1st until the evacuation at the end of the month in Saigon at DAO headquarters.

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