Most of us accept that we’ll finish with thrills or agony, whenever engaging in competition: sports, spelling bees – and political campaigns. Somebody wins, somebody loses. We try to be gracious, win or lose. We value sportsmanship, agreeing character is important. We teach our kids, “don’t be sore losers”.
Moderates, don’t allow political fiction to become political fact. Visualize an emboldened, unleashed 2nd-term Trump – then VOTE accordingly.
A new parlor game, watching President Trump’s enablers twist themselves into pretzels defending him. The new GOP moniker: The Grand Old Pretzel! Most Republicans won’t answer a simple question: should a President pressure foreign leaders to influence our elections by investigating political rivals? Instead, they twist themselves into pretzels...
Constant personnel churning at high levels of the Administration (and lower levels, such as Brett McGurk, envoy to the coalition fighting ISIS, who resigned and said it was “reckless” to consider ISIS defeated) reflect Trump’s management style: chaos. But is chaos, defined as “complete confusion and disorder”, effective leadership?