Many think that President Trump is the dummycrats greatest feat. This, of course, is not it at all. President Trump will come and go. He will be replaced by another, conceivably even a dummycrat.
The truth is that the one thing the dummycrats really fear is the possibility that President Trump will succeed. They know that if he does, the country will be far greater than it was during the time that Obama ruled with his “phone and pen.” Americans will realize that things work better when we spend our own money instead of letting the government have it.
They will also realize it is better when we make our own decisions as to what to say and do instead of allowing the government to tell us what we should do or who we should do it with. To be sure, they do not want us to realize the way that crime goes down when we can own and carry guns. They know how much successful businesses are when the government intervenes as little as possible.
However, the fear of all fear for the dummycrats is the idea that the word just might get around. When they see how freedom and liberty succeeds, other countries just might decide to start copying us.
There was a time other nations did respect us and tried to model their nations after us. However, the truth is that no other nation has had our success. Russia had freedom for about ten years: before they were taken over by communists. Mexico went through three or four governments before they arrived at what they have, socialism. Venezuela was doing really great: until they allowed a Marxist to take over. Now they can’t feed their people. For that matter, I don’t think the government wants to.
Can you imagine a world where all nations practiced freedom and liberty? I really don’t think the dummycrats would like that. After all, their design is to reign, to rule. They want to tell us what to do and what to think. They want to have control of our money and they want to manage our healthcare.
It is as Liam, William Barr’s grandson, wrote in part. “The Russian people are fine. The problem is the government.” What wonderful words of wisdom. You look at most of the countries of the world and it is easily seen that their biggest problem is their government. Certainly, it is the problem in North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, China, Russia, Syria…. You know there are many more.
The truth is that if you want to destroy a country, just put dishonest and power hungry people in charge of it. One place the US has succeeded is that, starting with George Washing, we kept power hungry people out of it. If we allow power hungry people to run it today, there will be no US tomorrow; certainly not as we know it.