Dangerous Clowns

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By A Thread
The Constitution has hung by a thread for some years now. Stretched, that thread has come close to breaking at times. 
I give President Trump huge credit for easing the pressure on that thread and on appointing good and true people to the Supreme Court and to lesser courts. The judicial appointments that President Trump has made will be his most enduring legacy.
The current climate inside the DC Beltway is one of fear of disclosure of what the Obama Administration did by spying (yes, I use that term advisedly) on the Trump Campaign. If there is one cardinal rule for law enforcement and executive power in the USA it is that one does not spy on one’s opposition. Watergate was a test of that behavior and we all know how that ended. What Barack and friends did was much worse. They relied on Hillary Clinton’s coronation to cover the skeletons. Ooooops. They had an FBI insurance policy in case it all hit the fan but the FBI proved to be incompetent. Now there’s a revelation. 
All the Democrats can do is relentlessly attempt to discredit President Trump and those who serve in his administration. 
Why is Government Healthcare Important?
The Democrat Front Runners
If the government controls healthcare, they are able to control YOU. Even relatively healthy people can be leveraged into doing what the government wants you to do because care can be denied to people you love. It’s their key to controlling your ownership of firearms. It’s the key to everything. And the donkeys are getting much more aggressive now.
All of the major Democrat candidates are calling for an end to private healthcare. Your right to choose can be destroyed with the stroke of a pen. Obamacare was the opener and it would have been expanded under Clinton, had she won. But she didn’t. By refusing to deal with it responsibly (thanks Paul Ryan), the Republicans have allowed an opening. They always seem to do that, don’t they? 

10 thoughts on “Dangerous Clowns

  1. The judicial appointments that President Trump has made will be his most enduring legacy.

    He needs four more years to solidify his legacy. His legacy will endure because it rests on a solid foundation whereas the Lightbringer's rested on, "I have a pen, and a phone" IMO.

  2. The keys to control are the bureaucratic layers established to obfuscate responsibility. The letter denying benefits, or the lowly clerk processing it who is just working a crap job, act as a cover for the "Announcers of Edicts". It leaves no direct route for objection , "of course we will consider your concerns" though 20 layers of triplicate and five years of "process".
    The way to deal with this is to cut the bastards off from their support base, centers of gravity, and prune that tree to a stub, bud,root and branch, till even their hairdresser is scared to be associated with them. The left is already using this tactic, the most egregious new example is the (Harvard) attack on a lawyer for daring to defend someone outside the PC corral.
    It plays both ways and the pruning is not always done with a pencil and pen- see "Killing Pablo" for an excellent description of a more kinetic method.

  3. Soap box, ballot box, cartridge box. I really, really hope not, but if is comes to voting from the roof tops, I'm ready.

    What raven said–

    "The keys to control are the bureaucratic layers established to obfuscate responsibility."

    Anyone wishing to explore this concept is encouraged to call ATT customer support and inquire as to why they cannot download their email.

  4. Indeed – Government health care is the be-all and end-all of totalitarianism, as every single decision a person might make can be spun as a "health risk".

    I'm always amused (and bemused) by the pro-abortion Lefties who are also for National Health. The whole abortion "right" is based upon a right to make medical decisions privately from government oversight. None of that will be a possibility under Government Single-Payer.

    On a final tangent: LL, would you say the FBI or CIA is less competent? I'm not really knowledgeable enough to judge, but neither seems to do a very good job covering itself with glory…

    -Kle.

  5. CIA and FBI are polar opposites. The core job of CIA is to break the laws of other nations and commit espionage. There are other tasks of course but the clandestine service takes center stage.

    The FBI is a sort of national police force that has been trying to reset itself as a domestic intelligence service for the past 15 years or so.

    I’ll stop there and will go into greater detail in a future blog post.

  6. I want to reach through the phone lines to call centers, grab the person at the other end by the stacking swivel and pull them into my home so I can explain my displeasure more directly.

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