Trump White House Thriving on Chaos, NOT Spiraling Out of Control
I supported Jeff Sessions for attorney general because President Donald Trump supported Jeff Sessions for attorney general. I voted for Mr. Trump to be president. I did not vote for Mr. Session to be attorney general.
The guy who was elected can hire, and the guy who was elected can fire. If President Trump wishes to keep Mr. Sessions on as AG, I’m OK with that. But if the President wants to replace him, I’m OK with that, too.
Especially if he replaces him with somebody who will shut this “Russia collusion” crap down and fire special counsel Robert Mueller!
If Congress wants to waste time on this “nothing burger” witch hunt, let ‘em. But there’s no reason in the world for the Department of Justice to be wasting its time and resources on this BS when there are so many more important things to worry about.
Like going after sanctuary cities!
In the meantime, the Left, the Fake News Media and the Republican Establishment are suffering severe heart palpitations and high anxiety over President Trump’s ongoing reshuffling of his Administration’s personnel deck – with Chief-of-Staff Reince Priebus being the latest to go.
They don’t “get it” – and never will.
Donald Trump did not go to Washington to maintain the status quo. He went to Washington to upset the apple cart. To disrupt the system. To drain the swamp. And you don’t do that by doing what everybody else before you did.
When you hear some mush-headed commentator say, “No other president has ever (insert Trump’s latest outrage here here),” you know they’ve completely missed the point.
When someone tells Donald Trump, “This is the way it’s always been done,” odds are he’s gonna do the exact opposite.
Donald Trump is the “Uber” of inside-the-beltway politics. If you still don’t understand what his presidency is all about, maybe this quote from The Joker – brilliantly depicted by the late actor Heath Ledger - in the Dark Knightmovie will help illuminate you…
“Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I’m an agent of chaos. Oh and you know the thing about chaos, it’s fair.”
Donald Trump is a change agent. He’s an agent of political chaos. It’s that simple. He thrives on it. And if you look at almost anyone whose panties are in a twist over it, you’re probably looking at someone who’s part of the problem.
As Deepak Chopra put it…
“Every great change is preceded by chaos”
DC chaos. I like it. I love it. Gimme more of it!
Want Cheaper Prescription Drugs?
In light of the latest epic fail by the GOP to repeal ObamaCare, I think it’s safe to suggest that these Senate Republicans could screw up a one-car funeral.
So what now?
If they can’t get the whole ObamaCare repeal enchilada with just Republican votes, it would seem a strategically wise idea to shift to smaller, piece-by-piece health care reforms that make sense, would make a difference in lowering health care costs, and make peace between Democrats and Republicans.
Mission impossible? Hardly.
What if I told you there was a bill on the Hill that would dramatically reduce the cost of prescription drugs by the BILLIONS that is co-sponsored by staunch conservatives such as Republican Sen. Mike Lee and uber-liberals such as Sen.Patrick Leahy?
“If the Capitol Hill Republican establishment can’t pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare that they already passed in 2015, then it is time for conservatives to recognize this is no longer a family disagreement, take the gloves off and declare war on those who reneged on their 2015 vote.” –ConservativeHQ.com
“Republicans have promised to repeal Obamacare for years and now with President Trump in the White House, there is no excuse for them to break their promise.Working with the grassroots across the country, we will seek to identify, recruit, and fund conservative challengers against Republican senators who vote against repeal. If they won't keep their word and if they can't find the courage to repeal a liberal takeover of our health care system that has hurt so many American families, they should be replaced by someone who will." –Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli