I am not surprised that Jimmy Carter is attending the inauguration. Whether or not you agree with his politics it’s hard to argue that the man has integrity. He is also wise enough to know that turning his back on America’s leader is a foolish thing to do. This isn’t the time to show contempt for President Trump.
One of our worst elements is playing with America’s fate. Democratic bullies still won’t take no for an answer. They are crossing their fingers that Russian bogeyman Vladimir Putin, their newest and biggest enemy after Donald Trump, will give them what they want.
Democratic bullies take Americans prisoner.
What happened to the post-election vows to work together?
Don’t think for a moment that your life means more to a progressive Democrat than death and taxes. You work. Government takes its cut of every paycheck, the bigger the better. You retire and die. If there is enough money left over your estate gets skimmed. That’s it. We are worth a few bucks for the leftist cause.
Are we at risk of running out of minorities for Democrats to pander to? Black Americans in poverty wore out their welcome. They speak too strongly to the failure of liberal politics to do anything but bring in votes. Hispanics are a better choice, especially this year. They cover the same bases as blacks and keep the immigration war alive.
By now it is excruciatingly obvious who is ready to do whatever it takes to pull off a big election win. It’s not the right. We are more interested in giving this one away. Instead, it’s the left. Democrats are determined to win at any cost. They get better at it year after year. After all, we taught them that the price doesn’t matter if it means getting what you want.
How many seats can we fill on our nation’s free ride train? Family leave, mandatory raises, health care, and free college are all part of a new, sorry dream for America that feels borrowed from failed European economies.
New dream for America is to be more like Europe
Is America such a bad place that imitating Europe is something to strive for?
We recently treated the world to the embarrassment of some wildly successful black people complaining about diversity in the industry that made them rich. If nothing else, this proves the race card’s ability to reinvent itself. It’s still viable if played correctly and no longer respects the boundaries between wealth and poverty that used to define discrimination.
Just how disgusted are we with our senators and representatives on Capitol Hill? Quite a lot, results from a Pew Research poll show.1 Only 19% of us claim to trust the government. Only 1% more think the programs we pay for are being administered as they should be.2
The poll only confirms what we have heard before.