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Musings on the Week

Musings on the Week

May 26, 2018

 

Civil Rights – “Government must answer not just to the wealthy, not just to those of a particular religion, or of a particular race, but to all its people."  Robert F. Kennedy.

Politics – The only crime that Trump has been found to commit is disagreeing with the Democrat party platform, which to Leftists is an impeachable offense and must be punished

Politics – Leftism has a historical track record unblemished by success, whose greatest hits include increased poverty, rampant crime, welfare cheats, and national decline.

Politics – The Democrats who still believe Donald Trump conspired with the Russians to steal the election from Hillary Clinton are partisan tinfoil-hat conspiracy theorists.

Politics – James Comey and Robert Mueller have become symbolic of a delusional paranoia at the highest levels of government overwhelmed by a chronic persecution complex.

Politics – The Special Counsel was originally created to investigate members of the Trump campaign who colluded with Russia to affect the 2016 election, now morphed into covering up collusion between Obama administration politicos (“Deep State”) and Clinton campaign to affect the outcome of the election while shielding Hillary Clinton from prosecution.

Politics – Crossfire Hurricane was partisan political use of the Intelligence Community, DOJ, FBI, and State department to spy on Trump administration in support of Clinton campaign.

Politics – Democrat’s erosion of support will continue until they finally admit that Hillary Clinton lost the election because she was an unlikable, terrible candidate.

Language - Political correctness constitutes a worldview in which manners supersede morals in governing social relationships blurring the lines between sensitivity to one's feelings and acknowledgment of right and wrong.

Media – Every single mainstream media outlet has chosen to ignore that the Democrat Party has completely lost the double-digit Generic Ballot edge it held just weeks ago.

Civil Rights – “I say to you quite frankly that the time for racial discrimination is over.” Jimmy Carter. 

Jobs - Any voter evaluating job guarantee programs should remember the old maxim: “When something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

Income – A new reports shows median household income has climbed 3% since President Trump took office, now higher than it's been in at least 50 years after adjusting for inflation.

Civil Rights – “No one has been barred on account of his race from fighting or dying for America, there are no white or colored signs on the foxholes or graveyards of battle." John F. Kennedy. 

Iran – Secretary of State Pompeo said that if Iran ends its nuclear weapons program and halts its support of terrorism, the U.S. will help it with trade, aid and reintegrating it into the "international community."

 

David Coughlin

Hawthorne, NY

http://www.returntocnnbbommonsensesite.com/