For GOP, “The Chickens Have Come Home to Roost”

The Republican party continues to squirm beneath the glare of the reality check that Donald Trump is posing for them.  It was apparent to all during the primary campaign that Trump was mentally ill and the party establishment opposed him as they realized he was a loose cannon.  But since he won the election and is now the President, they are in a tight place—they have to feign support of him, prop him up in any way they can, and just close their eyes, pinch their nose, say a lot of prayers and hope.  But what they won’t admit is that Trump is the embodiment of everything they have represented for at least three decades.  Yes, “the chickens have come home to roost.”

The Guardian newspaper from London this morning screamed this message loud and clear.  The “emperor clearly has no clothes,” so to speak, and many in our country just look the other way and hope for the best.  This is sheer lunacy and though there is a lot of attention being given it from the liberal press I think there should be a louder proclamation, “Hey, this guy is just bat shit crazy.”

Here is the Guardian article link:  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/mar/03/donald-trump-villain-republican-party-blame-russia?

 

 

 

ADDENDUM—This is one of three blogs that I now have up and running.  Please check the other two out sometime.  The three are: 

https://wordpress.com/stats/day/literarylew.wordpress.com

https://wordpress.com/posts/anerrantbaptistpreacher.wordpress.com

https://wordpress.com/posts/theonlytruthinpolitics.wordpress.com

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About literarylew

I am a retired mental health counselor in El Prado, NM near Taos.I have a lovely wife, Claire, and our only children are two lovely dachshunds, Elsa and Ludwig. I have a BA in history/psychology (double major) from Henderson State University and a M. Ed. in counseling from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. I have a passion for literature, religion, philosophy....and, in general, the liberal arts.
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