Tag Archives: fiscal conseratism

Deceptive Rhetoric

Just because something sounds good that doesn’t mean it is good. The modern-day Republican Party has some great rhetoric. On the surface it sounds fantastic and since most Americans have about a 30 second political attention span it is highly effective. The sad part is that it is increasingly proving to be malarkey when compared to their actions. I’ll go through a few examples today. The last paragraph will be a bonus in which I’ll unveil a new acronym.

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Go Big Or You Will Certainly Go Home

I won’t hazard a guess as to who will win the 2024 presidential election. At this point I won’t even predict who the GOP candidate will be.  Even in the case of the Democrats I only have it down to two.  Thus far this century America has swung from George W. Bush to Barack Obama to Donald Trump and then to Joe Biden.  The only thing that pattern tells me is that the electorate better perceive you as effective if you expect to keep your party/political philosophy in the Oval Office or majority. Continue reading Go Big Or You Will Certainly Go Home

1, 2 or 3 – Take Care Of T

Particularly after Wednesday’s events the big political question in America is what to do with President Trump. To all but the willfully ignorant he poses a clear and present danger to America and leaving him in office for even a few more days is risky.  There are three paths to evict him early, none of which are foolproof.  Let’s explore. Continue reading 1, 2 or 3 – Take Care Of T

Some Of What I Missed

As I mentioned in yesterday’s article I was away for a week or so. A lot happened during that time period and I’d like to comment on some of it today. Let’s explore. Continue reading Some Of What I Missed

Reasons To Vote Republican In 2018

There are people who I feel should vote Republican because in its current version the GOP represents their views. Here are several of the leading reasons to vote Republican in 2018. Continue reading Reasons To Vote Republican In 2018