1825 A Congress of Cowards
Let’s take the long view. With any luck, this will be the last for awhile in a series of posts about the malignancy in the White House and the little men and women in the national legislature.
Ultimately the Trump administration can’t last. It can flail about before going under for the third time. Or its interior rot can spread to the surface. Or lightning can strike and fell the tree that’s bark on the outside and pulp within. But one way or another, this guy is through.
There’s a good chance the president’s ties to the Russian banks which are said to be holding hands with at least one German bank will turn out to be real. After all, with this man’s business record, no sane American banker would lend him subway fare let alone millions to plant his name on one of those garish, overpriced nouveau riche buildings.
He’ll fire this guy. Bring in that guy. Go to court about whether DIY pardons are legal. Be shocked when the court says “sorry, you can’t do that.” Fire Mueller. Fire Sessions. Fire everyone whose name you know. It won’t matter. Ultimately, any coverup will be uncovered and any crime exposed.
In the meantime, the Permanent Legislature lives in morbid fear of losing its day job… which is getting re-elected. It bows and scrapes to the whims of self loathing humanoids who see America as their personal playground and have the pirate’s treasure to make it so.
It’s led by a brainless pseudo intellectual in one house and a crumpled old man in the other, someone smart enough to know he’s in way over his head but not smart enough to fix things -- which he has the power to do.
Someone will find out what’s going on with Trump and the Russians, maybe some up and coming Woodward and Bernstein we haven’t yet discovered. Maybe some brave soul in one of those annuitized congressional districts … who can’t be unseated will wake up one morning, ask himself “what the hell are we doing?” and there you have the start of the revolt of the cowardly.
We’re pretty good in this country about getting back to normal. To do that, we have to acknowledge and deal with climate change, Vladimir and his merry band of Brighton Beach gangsters, health care, voting rights and even genderfluid public bathrooms and the role of adult fairytales in the national discourse.
It’s going to be long and painful. But the good guys will either win, eventually, or this country exits stage right (wing.)
-“Let's return to regular order. We've been spinning our wheels on too many important issues because we keep trying to find a way to win without help from across the aisle." --Senator John McCain returning to the Senate floor “a little worse for wear” and with a diagnosed brain tumor. This was after he voted to move the anti- Obamacare legislation forward.
-Is President Frootloops looking to fire Attorney General Beauregard so he can find a replacement willing to fire Mueller?
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