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Democrats Use A Trojan Donkey To Get Inside The Gates

Just as the Greeks used the offer of a Trojan Horse to get into Troy and defeat it, so do the Democrats use their own sort-of horse, their Trojan Donkey, to gain access to our electoral system in order to compete for power and attempt to destroy our entire electoral/economic system.

Our open and free form of government assumes that a politician will be patriotic and play by the rules in order to get elected to an official position, but today’s Democrat Party recognizes and abides by no known rules in their desperate quest for absolute power, and no tactic is too miserably low-life that they won’t use it for their own reward and personal power.

Democracy bestows many benefits on winners of elections, but more importantly, democracy requires a certain level of restraint and honesty for it to endure for an extended period of time. So the lies that have been told about Trump, the tactics of violence and intimidation used by the Democrats during the following the latest election, followed by the claims of rampant racism launched at President Trump and Republicans, not to mention the lie that Trump colluded with Russia to win the last election, are too much of a nasty set of tactics for Americans to just chalk it up to “politics as usual” and look the other way.

Just as the Greeks used the gift horse to get into the city of Troy and destroy it, so the current-day Democrats use the vehicle of their donkey and the one-time prestige of the Democrat party to get into the game of electing a legislator and a president, but they undermine the meaning of the party when they lie and defame their way into elected office.

American citizens recognize the un-American tactics and policies of the Democrat Party and they reject these people and their false and phony principles. So far, during the latest election cycle, Americans have been denying Democrats elections to political office, thereby keeping them outside the gates of our precious Troy. One only hopes this trend continues.

Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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