Thursday, January 12, 2017

A Party of Fools

In case you didn't know it, that describes the Democrat Party. They scoffed when Donald Trump announced that he was running for president. There were 17 other Republicans running against him for the nomination. Everybody (all Democrats, many Republicans) thought he was a joke. He did things no politician had ever done before and they said, many times, he was finished. And he continued on, while his opponents fell by the wayside, one by one. They accused him of sexual misconduct. As is usual, many women spoke up and said he had sexually abused them, with no more proof than their unsupported word. But, unlike with Bill Cosby and Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, nobody (of any consequence) believed them, and they too, fell by the wayside They told us right along, that Trump "couldn't win," that he was "unfit for the presidency," and would soon fall out. He did not. Soon the impossible happened. He was the president elect, and they continue "flailing about" trying to stop him, with no success at all. (Just common sense)

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