I've said it before and I'll say it again; "If the Democrats want to win, they have to choose and display a cabinet-- worthy of the name-- and run as a team."
Nothing bout Trump's sex life is of interest to me, nor particularly surprising. What he's doing with the Dept. Of the Interior on the quiet is one of the much more important things on which to focus, whatever the salivating public seems to want on its platter. In my opinion the media underestimates us. Since JFK, the behavior of lady-killer seems to go with the territory. Nevertheless, the topic of his escapades continues to dominate the news and behind that circus, the ugly stuff, the boring stuff, the stuff that will actually affect us, continues.
If we were to turn these big decisions over to six year-olds they would do the things Trump is doing with regards to Russia, and I believe it would be a better world. The too simple answers to what appear to be huge problems are logical answers that ignore history; and they ring true, because history should lose its grip on our behavior and eventually does, but not soon enough.
What we are witnessing--these "interesting times"-- is the end of nations themselves; whose edges fade as the alternate unity of various kinds of people worldwide strengthens, shaping as they do so the nervous system of the planet's people. This new global social structure will be our final one, and we're going to need it.
Why do we want to change the world? The world is perfect; it's our role in it we have to discover, because it's hidden,and if we ever knew it, it's been lost in time and translation. But it's our role we must define and pursue, and get right. It's much bigger than our earthly squabbles; it's us against the Universe.
I maintain that the thing missing from this eagerness to indict the President for his role in the Russia Gate, is a declaration of motive. What could it be? I maintain his motive was positive, that it involved shucking some very knee jerk feelings toward Russia, China, and other old time enemies.
How curious, coming from a mind seemingly steeped in stale paradigms long dispensed with by those who are making a career from condemning him. I say none of these shysters so far found guilty should be tanked. They should be fined for the percentage of their involvement, and legal expenses for the trial, which would be minimal if they would plead guilty!
None of us gives a damn what they did, nor what should happen to them. It's history, very old by now, and if it were a matter of answering a summons and simply pleading guilty, their fines would be reduced, since those expenses, in my protocol, would be tied to the cost of trying them.
We all know what happened, who made the big bucks, who cheating on an election; but the ultimate outcome, and surely the motive, is a partial healing of a rift none of us with globalist aspirations accepts as permanent.
In fact, our "Cold War" with Russia, in light of the space program and our cooperation in other elevated causes, begs the question of its existence, since as opposed to protecting anyone, it is universally destructive, and serves simply to terrify all people of both sides and keep them subdued, to say nothing of smaller countries kept in constant fear that some despot with a nuclear bomb will get up in a bad mood and obliterate them.
"It would be a good thing, if we made friends with Russia, right?" He's on record saying that a dozen times at least.
As for the endless torture that is Mueller's pursuit of truth;
We are beginning to resent paying for what is bad theater, plot-less, dragging out, and hideously expensive. I'd like to see the bill for it all, along with its projected final cost.
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