Letter to the Editor
Dear Editor,Less than a month in office and President Trump has made significant change in the way business is done in Washingtonia, the Shangri-La colonized by political elitists, the Washingtonians. It is hoped that the Republicans in their faux paradise will support the change agenda. Real change will be supported until the Republicans are frightened by the change. If change threatens their next election, they will remain detached from the agenda.
Out here in the woods, it would seem like a rather simple task to begin the return to Constitutional, which is to say Conservative America. Without doubt, our new President is doing his part.
Despite opposition from the media, academia, Hollywood, George Soros, and the gang of misfits he commands, the Donald is pushing on with his plans. As predicted out here a couple of weeks ago, it is the elected Republicans who are reluctant to offer public support.
Quietly, some Republicans support the President. Publicly, it is something of a challenge to find many who do. The explanation for this odd behavior is the Republicans don’t want to get too close in case Trump fails with his rehab efforts.
This is an awkward excuse for silence because the Republicans have the majority in both houses of the puzzle palace and can enact any legislation they want. Thus, the reluctance must be found elsewhere.Mitch McConnell, known more for his senility than his sensibility, did show a little life the other day when he forced Elizabeth “Pocohantas” Warren to sit down and shut up. You will remember that Pocohantas lied to Harvard Law about her ancestry. She claimed that her high cheek bones were clear evidence of her American Indian DNA. She reasoned that she should be admitted because of past discrimination against American Indians. The full-blooded Caucasian is now a favorite of Democrats and other Americans who don’t much like their country.
President Trump is doing something rare for a politician. He is doing what he said he would during the campaign. Donald Trump is not a politician. With no turf to protect and a true believer in the promise of America, he proceeds with a zest and zeal that has not been seen since Reagan.
Our first American President in eight years has begun efforts to end illegal immigration. The effort should include ending the government handouts, cash payments, free food, housing, healthcare, and such. Putting people on welfare is not charity. It does not make new Americans, it offers no reason to become Americans.
Ending the welfare state is a gargantuan, long-term task. Making America great again is even more difficult because politicians like the way things are. The Democrats and Republicans alike rely on the government dependents. The wimpy Republicans should remember recent history when they were given control of the government. They should identify with the will of the voters. If they do, we will see America become great again. If they ignore the will of the voters, nothing much will change.