Many years ago when I was a newspaper reporter I did a story on the people in the S&M scene. I found many of these people into this were not lowlifes from the gutter, but, very professional people such as lawyers, judges, police, firemen, and politicians. You would be surprised. I interviewed one of the leading mistresses who ran the group and she said for every one dominant woman there are hundreds of submissive men.
When I look at politicians today particularly the Republican party I see her point. They seem to take their sweet old time and many seem afraid of their own shadow and not acting on anything. Things that need acting on like the new healthcare bill and tax reform. I heard a caller on a late night talk show the other night said he had friends in congress who said many are still afraid of the Clintons and the power they still yield with their associates in the Democratic party.
The biggest mistake that fans of Republican control in Washington could make right now is underestimating how many votes centrist Democratic challengers could steal from the GOP in the 2018 midterm elections– especially if they fail to deliver on the cohesive conservative strategy they purport to maintain.
Having already exhausted efforts to win elections with the help of the bathroom-choice bloc, the Democratic party must now attempt to focus on actual political issues. They say they’ll offer voters a “Better Deal” on things like infrastructure and the economy.
The premise of the “Better Deal” talk is this: Trump says he’s a great negotiator. But we can do better than his proposed robust and privately-backed infrastructure improvement– we’ll do it better. And we’ll do it without having a single negotiation– we don’t have to negotiate with taxpayers or future Americans.
The Democrats’ “Better Deal” hinges on offering up an infrastructure improvement package similar to Trump’s proposal in size, topping out at around $1 trillion in proposed spending, but one that’s funded entirely by federal spending.
This sounds like what was already done under Obama. They tried it once and it didn’t work so Republicans better get some moxie about them and stand up and get things done and stop acting so milquetoast.
President Trump has already accomplished a lot and I’m very impressed and support him 100%, but you wouldn’t know it since it is all being censored in the mainstream media.
He’s up against a media and the Democratic party that hates him and feels the election was stolen from their beloved Hillary. He’s up against RINOS in his own party and various liberal protesters so he needs all the help he can get.
With droves of voters unsatisfied by the current progress Republicans are making amid scandal-driven turmoil in the White House and legislative inability to deliver on long-promised policy changes, GOP progress is more important than ever. And that means meaningful action in short order on infrastructure and the economy is required of the GOP at a time when the party’s leaders can’t even deliver on what they’ve spent in just less than a decade of planning and promising to get done. And Democrats are counting on that progress remaining unfulfilled.
I read recently that Republicans really don’t want to be in charge and prefer to be in the minority so they can criticize from behind. That’s no way to get things done and shows a complete lack of leadership. Rush Limbaugh said earlier this week that the republicans didn’t expect to win and now that they did they better start acting like it. Except for a few outstanding ones like Rand Paul and Trey Gowdy the majority act so submissive to their slave master democrats proving that Mistress’s point I interviewed many years ago.
Yes, Trump certainly is a very unorthodox president that’s for sure, but that’s what I like about him. It’s about time we had someone in there who is anti-establishment.
I saw a saying on the back of rock group Mott the Hoople’s album many years ago I’ve always lived by and that is “It’s fun to upset the apple cart just to see which way the apples will fall.” With Trump we are seeing just that.Wake up Right! Subscribe to our Morning Briefing and get the news delivered to your inbox before breakfast!