Let’s face it: the so-called “impeachment” has at least the following component: the desire to be able to refer to Trump as “disgraced President Trump,” and “the disgraced President.” You’ll see that, from now on, this word will make its way frequently into Democrat/Socialist campaign speeches. This is further proof that the Left has long been reduced to silly word games to try to bamboozle the American people.
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The Democrats propose to impeach President Trump on the basis of  a poorly-formed, amorphous opinion and  a nonsense term that contains a left-handed acknowledgement that he was… doing his job.
If Trump is re-elected, the Left faces the loss of the senile Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as well as that doddering, reliably left-wing old fool, Stephen Breyer. The Democrats face the very bleak possibility of a series of sensible, intelligent Supreme Court decisions for as far as their dim eyes and brains can see.
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Trump isn’t the emperor with no clothes, Trump’s actually the little boy pointing out the fact that the emperor — the Left, as represented by the Democrat Party leadership — has no clothes!
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“The Democrat Party is the party of rude boorishness, of sexual harassment and assault, of half-witted goons who can neither keep their pants on, “nor keep it in their pants even when they are on.
Both men and women.
Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part IX
Here’s another Pithy Passage from our Pages: If the Left were ever to engage in any kind of in-depth introspection, … Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part IV
Here’s still another from the same linked post (at bottom): Marxism’s bloody history has had plenty of recounting in these … Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part III
Here’s another from the same linked post (at bottom): Leftism is stupidity because when, with the passage of time, the leftist … Continue reading Pithy Passages from our Pages — Part II