Strap In – Romney Didn’t Wake Up This Morning and Haphazardly Write an Op-Ed to Attack The President of His Own Political Party…

Don’t get so caught up in a furor over Senator-elect Mitt Romney writing a political hit piece against the President of the United States that we forget to look at the big picture.

Senator-elect Mitt Romney’s niece is Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC). Senator Romney didn’t just wake up on New Year’s Day and haphazardly write a specifically constructed character assassination against the President of the republican party; who is currently the President of the United States.

No, this attack was done with forethought and specific intent.

Think rationally and logically.  Why write the op-ed at all?  What is the purpose behind writing the op-ed?  What does the author have to gain by writing the op-ed?…

And specifically, given the nature of the familial relationship between republican Senator Romney and RNC Chairwoman McDaniel, not to mention the political profession therein, with the senator writing something highly damaging; well, there’s obviously a larger intended purpose on Romney’s end of the equation.

Likely many will believe Ms. Ronna McDaniel was generally unaware that her uncle was going to take such a position of expressed opposition.  She didn’t know?  Mitt Romney wouldn’t, given the circumstances, tell his niece of his intention?

Let’s presume Romney didn’t tell his niece.  What does that tell us about the character of Mitt Romney; his obvious self-interest; and, in the bigger picture, what does that tell us of his relationship to republican party objectives, writ large?

What exactly is this ‘republican party‘, Romney’s frame-of-reference (under such a presumption), all about?  Who would Mitt and Ann Romney believe is operating it?

If Mitt Romney felt his current DC entry point, constructed by his specific intent, would leave him entirely isolated from any influence and/or affluence from his position – he wouldn’t do it.  Right?  But he did…. so he doesn’t view this adversarial starting point as damaging to his political objectives.

It’s a new year.  So let’s stop the nonsense explanations and reconciliations attempting to justify behavior…. let’s just accept them.  [People write “you’re negative”, I don’t think so…. I just accept things as they are, not as I wish them to be.]

If Senator-elect Mitt Romney wanted to plant his flag and express his political position as an incoming freshman Senator from Utah he could have written an article outlining his views, his positions, his point of reference; what he hopes to achieve, etc. etc.

But he didn’t.  He specifically went out of his way to level his best attack, a verbal and thought-out assassination, based on character, against the sitting President of the United States.

And he didn’t just think about this earlier this morning.  This was pre-planned.

There had to be an earlier conversation with the Washington Post. Right?  There had to be some form of editorial review…. Right? There had to be some purpose; there had to be some scheduling, correct?

Keep it simple.

The most likely scenario is Mitt Romney coordinated with other like-minded political allies to start the incoming congressional year with a broadside assault against the chief executive.

Agreed?

Romney is aligning himself.

Romney wouldn’t stand alone.

Accepting the above as obvious, that alone tells us quite a bit.

(link)

Remember, there is an agenda behind these people that 97% of the electorate just don’t understand.  Nothing will change until Mitch McConnell is defeated. Nothing. {Go deep}  Remember also, what we already know about how the resistance is set up for a very specific set of sequences {Go Deep}.

Think back to the 2015 instructions from republican insider Alex Castellanos as he described how the RNC could eliminate the disruptive influence of Donald Trump:

[…] “The best way to do it is how Brutus killed Caesar. Get real close, snuggle up, and shiv him in the ribs”… (link)

You still think Mitt Romney’s niece, Chairwoman of the RNC, Ronna McDaniel, didn’t know her uncle was going to publish a direct attack against the President of the United States… The president of the party she is in charge of ?…  I digress.

A pattern of political stories are beginning to show signs of a common continuity. In the bigger of the big pictures seven words continue to set the baseline: “There are trillions of dollars at stake”.

When the common sense Tea Party movement formed in 2009 and 2010 it contained a monumentally frustrated grassroots electorate, and the scale of the movement caught the professional republican party off-guard. When Donald Trump ran for the office of the presidency he essentially did the same thing; he disrupted the apparatus of the professional republican party.

The difference between those two examples is one was from the bottom up, and the second was from the top down. However, the commonality in the two forces resulted in the 2016 victory.

It took a few years for the heavily armored old guard of GOP to formulate a plan to retain their control. In the example of the Tea Party, the republican power structures moved in 2011 through 2014 to co-opt the vulgarian movement and impede their disruptive influence. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was at the forefront of those power moves. {Go Deep} and {Go Deep} The basic issue for the GOP was retention of power.

McConnell and crew tamped down the fire. A few years pass and the issues that spurred the Tea Party movement remained unresolved. In 2015 Donald Trump taps in to that exact same Tea Party frustration toward the control authority within one-half of the DC UniParty; again, the professional republican apparatus was disrupted.

From the first moment candidate Trump announced his platform positions; from the very first poll *after* those platform positions were announced; Donald Trump was leading the republican field in every-single-poll from August of 2015 through today. Center stage throughout 2015 and 2016 and President of the United States as an outcome therein.

Yes, the “movement” rebranded and now MAGA wins the presidency.

So it should not come as a surprise to see an eerily similar response from within the GOP toward the new threat; the Trump presidency.

There are two constants in an ever changing universe: (1) “NeverTrump” didn’t go away; and (2) the Bush-clan, or GOP old guard, will never accept losing power.

The professional republicans and the professional democrats, ie. “the uniparty”, have a common enemy in President Trump.

The vulgarian leader of the deplorable coalition never asked for permission; never paid the indulgency fees; never attended the necessary cloistered club meetings paying homage; and never offered the indulgent team of political elites terms for his takeover.

Thus Donald Trump, just like the Tea Party, would never be accepted.

Why is this important now?

Current events highlight the resurgence of a never disassembled GOP Bush clan influence. For the past two years it’s been a never-ending game of whac-a-mole as each of the establishment minded embeds surfaces at different times. Within the dynamic, the one commonality within the internecine conflict inside the Trump administration is the establishment GOP -vs- Trump MAGA.

Establishment GOP consultant Alex Castellanos was very open about the best design to getting rid of Donald Trump back in 2015 when he discussed an almost identical strategy for how Mitch McConnell destroyed the threat from the Tea Party a year earlier:

[…] “The best way to do it is how Brutus killed Caesar. Get real close, snuggle up, and shiv him in the ribs”… (link)

Forgive me for mixing my metaphors here; but as each of the shiv-bearers appears, that’s when Trump is forced to deliver the whac-a-mole hammer. It’s like having an administration filled with establishment terror cells. Each cell acts independently, but each cell also acts based on a common objective: retain the UniParty.

The earlier whac-a-mole example was Condi Rice’s embed plant and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson popping his head up. But there are many more examples all around in various forms; including the self-serving GOP exit of U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley; and now we see Mitt Romney.

When you think about the actual structure of the Republican state party machines; it’s enough to make you wonder if the mid-term outcome and lack of structural fight was not part of this dynamic. After all, “their” party was taken over by a new MAGA base and a new pragmatic political leader, Donald Trump.

The same UniParty dynamic is visible in the way the FBI/DOJ and aggregate intelligence community were weaponized against Donald Trump – with Democrats and Republicans participating in the unlawful processes. Now, in the downstream consequence phase, we see a UniParty defense approach to block Trump from revealing what happened.

I’m not sure people fully completely understand this dynamic within “spygate”. It was not a targeting operation by democrats; republicans were just as complicit. The ongoing goal to eliminate candidate and president Trump is *not* partisan.

Which brings me to the current state of the advisers around the executive. Remember, there are trillions at stake here – and the downstream benefactors are both Republicans and Democrats who make up the UniParty.

Within the UniParty dynamic, in order to retain full financial benefit, the political class need to align with Wall Street priorities. That alignment means the UniParty needs to eliminate Main Street priorities that are adverse to their interests.

Border controls and immigration enforcement are adverse interests to the UniParty. Additional cross party alignment to benefit Wall Street surrounds: •budgets and massive government spending; •government controlled healthcare retention; •government controlled education (common core); •and most importantly the removal of any national economic and trade policy that would threaten the structure of the multinationals.

On all of these issues the Democrats and Republicans have identical outlooks, common interests and mirrored legislative priorities. It is not coincidental that US Chamber of Commerce President Tom Dohonue also outlined these issues as primary priorities for his massive lobbyist spending.

There are trillions of dollars at stake; and we must never discount how far the Big Club participants will go to ensure the White House counselors are shaping their advice toward those objectives.

There are no MAGA lobbying groups in Washington DC advocating for policies that benefit economic nationalism. On this objective President Donald Trump stands alone.

We don’t need a third party in Washington DC, we actually need a second one.

It cannot be overstated how violent and confrontational the House of Representatives will be as soon as they are sworn in.  They will work with an immediate purposeful intention. All political violence will be approved to attain their objectives.  The recent behavior of Jim Acosta (CNN media), and ANTIFA toward Tucker Carlson, is now, and will be going forward, the new normal.

There will be extreme political violence.

In 2006 it was the SEIU and AFSCME union foot-soldiers who smashed windows, advanced upon polling places and engaged in the most severe examples of voter fraud and intimidation.  In 2018, with the help of uber-Alinsky DNC Chairman Tom Perez, that corrupt sentiment is now institutionalized within democrat-socialist political apparatus.  ANTIFA is now the DNC grassroots activist approach.

Failing to accept the severity of this shift in the past decade is intellectually dishonest.  As Nancy Pelosi said of the Occupy Wall Street violent anarchists: “God bless these people.”  Indeed the OWS precursor to ANTIFA were laying the groundwork for the new severity of power in Democrat leadership.  Nothing is out-of-bounds; no level of corrupt behavior will be avoided; everything will happen openly and without any backlash from a compliant media apparatus; the social fabric will be shredded.

The Democrat mantra: “never let a crisis go to waste” is the modern version of the Fabian-Socialist: “remould it closer to the heart’s desire“.  Both approaches rely upon the destruction of acceptable norms in order to advance the political objective.

Specifics: When Democrats last took power in January 2007, Nancy Pelosi and Steny Hoyer took control in the final two years of George Bush second term.  Immediately they set about a process laying the groundwork for the 2008 presidential election of Barack Obama.  This was a priority objective.

One of the techniques was the removal of the budget process. By eliminating the federal budget process in 2007 (fiscal year ’08) the Democrats paved the way for the next democrat president to demand massive open-ended spending.

By the time the year of the general election came around (2008), the lengthy budget process was replaced with Omnibus spending bills (fiscal year 2009).  Obviously when Obama was successfully installed in November of 2008, the useful crisis was financial. The subsequent TARP bailout, auto bailout, ARRA ($1 trillion stimulus) and QE1 were all accomplished with massive omnibus spending packages.

[NOTE: These are important references because from that moment forward, despite the GOP taking back control in January 2011, the constraining budgetary process was forever destroyed. There was never regular-order budgetary spending again.]

It is also critical to emphasize the difference between Democrats taking control in the last two years of Bush’s second term, and Democrats taking control in the last two years of Trump’s first term.  Within this difference you will predictably see a shift in strategic operations from the Marxists.

George W Bush was exiting, and unlimited spending was used to empower the entry of Obama; however, now the Marxists need to knee-cap President Trump by weaponizing the power of the purse – the biggest weapon of the House of Representatives.

After a ten year UniParty hiatus the Marxists will now go back to using budgets in the structural defunding and dismantling of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), the Southern Border Wall, and any program, initiative, policy or institution the Marxists want to see removed.   This is a strategy of the Democrat crisis-makers; and they are exceptionally better at achieving their desired results than Republicans.

When it comes to political weaponization and political power constructs the Marxists have exceptional work ethics; they will outwork anyone on the other side who opposes them.  They are far, far, better at political strategy and scheme than conservative politicians.  Part of the reason for their success is that crooks, cons and swindlers are far more cunning than honorable, virtuous and moral people.  It is unfortunate, but true; and the same truth applies beyond politics.

♦ Two other thoughts on this issue.  First, you might remember when this massive spending, and the government takeover of healthcare, led to the Marxists losing the 2010 midterm election in a massive defeat.   But do you remember what the democrats did in the lame-duck congress between November 2010 and January 2011?

Does the term “Porkulous” ring a bell?

While 63 democrat seats were lost in the November 2010 election (and six democrat senate seats), those exiting Marxists, despite just having suffered the worst defeat in almost 100 years, audaciously –and apologetically– voted in the December 2010 lame-duck session, to fully fund President Obama’s next two years in office.  This was done by Speaker Nancy Pelosi specifically to block the incoming GOP wave from upending the priorities of the Obama administration in 2011.  That was called the “Porkulous” spending bill; and the democrat-marxists didn’t give a snit about how it looked.

Now, did Speaker Paul Ryan or Senate Leader Mitch McConnell do anything as bold to fund and secure the budgetary priorities of President Donald Trump in the 2018 lame-duck?

No?

Think about the overall unilateral commitment and cunning historically displayed by the Marxist wing of the UniParty. They are so committed to the long-term view they are willing to sacrifice anything for the biggest, most consequential, advances toward their objectives.  In 2010 the democrats killed their own “blue-dog” coalition to advance their ideological goals.

Within the 63 House seats the Marxists lost in that 2010 midterm election; they killed off the entire 40 member Bart Stupak coalition; the blue-dog caucus.  Totally willing to sacrifice 40 seats to attain a generational ideological objective (ObamaCare); and they are about to step back into power a mere eight years later.  Stunning when you think about it.

Few people have any idea just how bad these next two years are going to be. We are the normal people who don’t spend every moment of our day scheming, conniving, and developing plans to dismantle the lives of your freedom loving community and rebuild it as a collective society.

For these political beneficiaries of Wall Street lobbying that’s all they do.   Every moment of their existence they spend thinking about how to gain power and dominate, 24/7/365  that is all they do.

That is all the ever talk about; that is all they ever converse with each-other about.  Every second of every moment, in every meeting, is consumed with plots, plans and strategies for indulging themselves, gaining wealth and growing power at all costs.

…And it won’t just come from the “left”.  Obviously we can now overlay Mitt Romney.

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802 Responses to Strap In – Romney Didn’t Wake Up This Morning and Haphazardly Write an Op-Ed to Attack The President of His Own Political Party…

  1. MEMcL says:

    I haven’t read ALL of the comments, but I do want to comment on the outstanding overview and summary of the history of the Dems movement to overthrow our system of government.

    Sundance has put it all into perspective in a marvelous and logical history. And, this is happening right under our very noses!

    I get so upset and agitated by the inaction of the Republican leaders, as well as by the out and out anti-Trump members of Congress. Mitt Romney has put me over the edge!,

    I want and need an alternative movement…an enhanced Tea Party movement based on the Trump philosophy and principles. No weak-kneeled “YES BUT…” people! Just those of us who understand what our VSG President is trying to do and support him all the way!

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  2. frjas says:

    After reading this, I am fighting with all my might to keep from being demoralized, throwing in the towel and hoping I die before things get really bad.

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    • MEMcL says:

      Frjas….Sorry, but you don’t have the luxury of dropping out of this fight. NONE of us does.

      Don’t you think that all of us get discouraged by the elected traitorous, 2-faced, incompetent, back-stabbing Republicans? When Trump read that “snake poem”, we had no idea how sneaky, slimy and deep the swamp is. As Tom Cruise said: “The hits just keep on coming!”

      But, we have to fight! This is a generational effort to save America. As Trump says: “We will never give in! We will never up.”

      So, take a deep breath; have a glass of wine; get a good night’s sleep… and join the millions of us who support the principles and policies of President Trump.

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  3. John-Y128 says:

    Maybe Ronna wasn’t in cahoots with Uncle Mitt, her Tweet…

    Ronna McDaniel @GOPChairwoman

    “POTUS is attacked and obstructed by the MSM media and Democrats 24/7. For an incoming Republican freshman senator to attack @realdonaldtrump as their first act feeds into what the Democrats and media want and is disappointing and unproductive.”

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    • sDee says:

      Good cop bad cop.

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    • Zorro says:

      Most people don’t understand the relationship. so this is playing to that ignorance and just moves us to frozen anger (cold anger below 32 degrees).

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      • sDee says:

        Yup. If she wanted to counter Romney, maybe it would have read something like….

        “POTUS is attacked and obstructed by the MSM media and Democrats 24/7. As an incoming Republican freshman senator, my uncle MItt Romeny’s first action was to attack @realdonaldtrump, telling exactly whose side he is on.

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  4. Doug Amos says:

    A friend is a prison guard. He says some of the smartest people in the world are in there. President Trump is withholding a lot of information for a reason; let’s see who is the smartest person in the room.

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  5. Arthur says:

    Mitch is a swamp creature par excellence, no doubt.
    Also corrupt to the hilts. We know about his Chinese shipping companies connections.
    Had Mitch wanted a wall & immigration reform, it would’ve been done. He’s a super slick operator.

    Let’s give him a shred of credit though for standing up to Zerobama on Merrick Garland nomination.
    Some say that by keeping the SCOTUS seat open he insured a greater GOP participation which led to Trump’s victory. Might be.

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  6. I have been reading the tweets on Mittens’ tweet—people are not happy. Of course, Mittens had to know this was coming, and he does not care about the backlash.

    The bright side? Many Mitten supporters have been Red-Pilled.

    This is going to be a long war folks. I pray it does not have to go hot.

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    • JSBachLover says:

      I think it’s very possible Ronna McDaniel, Romney’s niece, didn’t know what he was going to write. Do we have any idea — does Sundance? — about what kind of relationship they have? It’s a big family, and for that or many other reasons they may not be close. It’s pretty common. In her response on Twitter she sides definitively with Trump, not her uncle. In fact, (and I love this!) she didn’t even dignify Romney by referring to him by name. In response to Trump’s tweet about Romney’s op-ed she wrote, “POTUS is attacked and obstructed by the MSM and Democrats 24/7. For an incoming Republican freshman senator to attack @realdonaldtrump as their first act feeds into what the Democrats and media want and is disappointing and unproductive.” https://cdn1.imggmi.com/uploads/2018/12/28/89e1cc9055818f153fe928543fe315cd-full.jpg

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    • clive hoskin says:

      I do believe that if SD is right and the DemocRATS go for the jugular,you will not have any choice but to take up arms and the first to go should be the “Fake News Media”

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    • Jan says:

      I am wondering whether Romney and the President carefully planned this. It would give Romney access to the inner circle of Rinos, and enable those hoarsely shrieking “Impeach fohtyfaa”.
      Thus enabled, they would over-precipitously be rushed by Tlaib, Occ Cortex and minions into an overhurried strike. President Trump embodies the Art of War, and removing the choice of battlefield from the enemy is crucial.
      After all, if the hasty motions are tabled and carried, but the underpinning is not yet underfoot, it must fail; and they can surely not re-impeach every month?

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  7. Conundrum says:

    I disagree about one point made by Sundance. Democrats aren’t better at working together than republicans to reach a political goal. Republicans are only supposed to look like an opposition party. They actually aren’t one. Not working together is their goal.

    Does anyone on here really believe there won’t be enough votes in the Senate to remove President Trump via impeachment? The Uniparty owns enough republican senators through bribery and/or blackmail to get the job done. The plan is in place and the process is underway.

    I hate to say it but I think we fight or the country is gone. That said, we may already be too late.

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  8. roger starkey says:

    Had a sort of respect for romney, tried to play clean and lost, numerous times. Now I have nothing but contempt for this creep, a true traitor to republican partisanship (if it exists at all). I will never give a cent to the gop but will support the President!

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  9. Bendix says:

    I remember my dismay when John McCain was chosen to run against Barack Obama.
    What good was a choice of open borders versus open borders?
    Then there was that Keating 5 business, the fact that he was a hothead, that female lobbyist, etc. All those things gave me pause. I did not hate McCain at that time. I voted for him anyway, but it angered me that I was forced to do so.
    Then when it became obvious it was going to be Mitt Romney, the ill-tempered ex-governor, the man for whom Romneycare was named, I put my foot down. I would not vote for that man.
    That’s how bad he is. I voted for McCain, but drew the line at Romney.
    For him to talk about character, where is his?
    Does he really think so little of the millions of us who supported Donald Trump?
    Why did so many more Americans choose Trump, than chose Romney?
    How obtuse can the man be?

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    • yonason says:

      “Does [Romney] really think so little of the millions of us who supported Donald Trump?”

      Yes!

      That is precisely why he hates Trump, because Trump sided with us. Remember, none of these guys hated POTUS before he ran successfully. He is a threat to them PRECISELY because he is on OUR side. Our values are not their values. Our interests are not their interests. We are merely expendable pawns in the game they are playing. In the process of defending us, Trump has exposed them, and they are not happy about it.

      Romney, in his article, is attempting what’s called “splitting,” in order to divide and conquer. Cut Trump off from his base, us, and he defeats not just Trump, but the America we love. Once you see what he’s doing, on behalf of the Uniparty, you realize that it’s Romney who’s character is in the dumpster.

      Remember, we’re the ones the Uniparty have contempt for. We’re the ones they hate. With Trump out of the way, they can safely resume using us to satisfy their greed for wealth and power. Please G-d they will fail, and fail BIGGLY!

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      • Fat Clemenza says:

        “Trump has exposed them, and they are not happy about it.”

        Not yet he hasn’t. In some ways – most too subtle for the vital big sheeple to understand – he has but he has to come to grips with whatever nuclear option he has and use it. There is no one in DC on his side.

        De-classify ALL of the FISA/Mueller/Huber/Horowitz stuff! NOW! It will embarrass the Brits (who cares?!) and tell our enemies only the things they already know from Hillary’s computer server. No loss of secrecy and possibly, if slaying the Swamp a bit is the outcome, one last Hail Mary for America.

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  10. Arthur says:

    Lots of talk about “impeachment” these days.
    I’m thinking, maybe there’s too much fear of that.

    Let them impeach, let them drive Trump out of office. So what ?
    I can see a YUGE upside to impeachment : a Royally Pis*ed Off Trump takes his Royally Pis*ed Off supporters and creates a new Party. It will draw from both Reps & Dimms.

    It’s inconceivable his Party won’t win at least 30-50 seats in the House. A handful of Senators too.
    Indeed, even before elections a number of current Congressmen would join.

    At that moment, nothing, but absolutely NOTHING will move in DC without Trump saying so. There’ll never be a majority without his Party. I’d say he’ll have much more power than he does now.
    They’ll beg him to take $ 25 Billion for a Wall.

    Not to mention a nice Trump TV network. It’d destroy Fox & MSM in ratings.

    It’ll upend and change politics in America and probably the world, forever.
    I can almost see it.

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    • I love your outside the box thinking!

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    • Dayvz says:

      Brilliant ideas like this are why I search the comments. Thank you for something to counter the gloom.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Don L says:

      Interesting, but if nothing can move, then nothing can stop ruling by pen and phone with those friendly judges and media.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dbobway says:

      Intriguing idea, Arthur.
      I’m a resolute supporter of the President.
      If President Trump gets impeached, my first inclination would be marching on Washington DC. My second, to find a place to hide in a state that respects my freedom as a citizen, this being the more plausible.
      If the President is impeached, I become the enemy to the new order
      I sit and read what is going on every day, to my country, feeling helpless by the criminality of the powers of these elite rich, who will destroy their own country for easy money.

      It’s simple, we have lost our Federal law-enforcement, our judges, and now our vote.
      My human nature along with my faith would find it hard to trust in such a corrupt system.
      Our Federal government is simply sending people to jail for supporting a duly elected President.

      I won’t sit around and wait for that knock on my door.

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    • Elsine says:

      Great comments. Before Trump appeared as a winning candidate the third party idea was not doable, but its time has finally come. I totally agree. I used to think that the power behind the throne of the US Government was the same. The two parties used to take turns. I believe John McCain ran and did a lousy job at campaigning to help his friend Obama get elected. He also pushed poor Sarah Palin under the bus. After all to him she was expendable. At that time I had been looking for a strong third party, but there was not one. Thank you President Trump for ripping the Holy Grail of the GOP and making the possibility for a third party real.

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  11. mary says:

    President Trump has yet to effectively use the power of the presidency to advance his agenda. He has a VETO PEN & a BULLY PULPIT if He will just use them! He can win over many more of the American people if He will get on tv regularly & tell it like it is. Most people don’t use Twitter & he needs to look them in the eye & lay it all out for them.

    He needs to call out the guilty parties who are thwarting his agenda, Democrat & Republican alike. Let the people know who is sacrificing their safety & well-being for a few pieces of silver. He needs to NAME NAMES.

    He will never have to back down again if he can just get the American people solidly on his side.

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    • yonason says:

      Something I’ve been wishing he would do, and wondering why not, other than the fact that the networks might boycott him. But that would be bad for them, so we’d still win. And not all would refuse to carry it, so the message would still get out.

      Good idea. I hope he does it.

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      • Abel says:

        The message gets out. Look at all the other mediums of information. Look at the tea party, look at who was elected in 2016.
        He’s our sniper. We have only one shot. He needs to take it by releasing the info.
        The civil war will happen but let it happen from a position of strength. And I have no
        Idea what the civil war will mean or if it’s just social unrest. there already is unrest. At least let the people be informed and have the right to fight it out. May the best team and ideas win.
        He needs to take back the country. He has the power to do it. We do not. Stop trying to make the art of a deal. The time for deals has long passed. It’s time for definitive action.

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    • Most people don’t watch Presidential announcements or pay more than cursory attention to anything in the news, they’re lucky to go to work and relax a bit before going back again, when they do get a break they have other interests that occupy their time. The ideal citizens fully engaged in details of daily governance of our nation let alone states are few and far between, that’s largely a big reason half the country support the scoundrels running washington. The media doesn’t convey info, they promote their own agenda. Our republic wasn’t meant to function like this, and it simply isn’t really functional period, it serves the interests of a few monied interests and others willing to use it for personal gain. Wake up & smell the roses.

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  12. GSparrow says:

    If Romney does not publicly defend his niece Ronna and state that he did not inform her in any way or that she did not participate in the writing of the smear job, then either she knew all about it or Romney is a worse cutthroat than he already appears to be.

    Ronna can also deny it or admit she knew about it for the record and honorably resign if she was compliant in any way. Romney preaches honesty and integrity but he acts the opposite way.

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  13. Dan Dan says:

    ICYMI 🤔

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  14. tgimacb says:

    “Words are only opinion, NOT FACTl ACTION IS the only TRUTH!
    Meditations – Marcus Aurelius

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  15. Don L says:

    “Get real close, snuggle up, and shiv him in the ribs..”
    In my book, I looked at this and immediately thought, Lindsey Graham. Leopards, my friends, don’t suddenly change their spots or suddenly decide to become vegans.

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