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Apostate Republicanism is Just as Damaging/Damning as Populist Democratic Rule

Reader comment on item: A Reluctant but Unhesitating Vote for Donald Trump
in response to reader comment: The survival of the Republic supersedes Loyalty to the Party

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 6, 2020 at 22:01

Unless one is operating in COVID -19 isolation and sheltered in place (as the out-of-control) medics are proposing to curb that which they have absolutely no clue or control over themselves, politics in America is no longer operating under the rue of law, Constitutional or otherwise. Dictates of unlegislated regulations are now the order of the day and out-of-legal control local dictators have appropriated the power over the people in a way that makes the Chinese communist leadership hopeful they have gained a COVID -19 edge in world domination.
As much as the President of the United States is attempting to salvage the preeminence of American leadership in the world's political melee, he is not going to get Republican help, the Republican party apparatchik deciding that President Trump's time no longer serves their purposes; that means they do not care about the people, either. That is why this previous post is content to abandon the American people to the 'democratic socialist' operative's whims of incompetence, evidently not aware that the democratic candidate is now merely a shill. Neither party will survive this contest because neither has ever understood why in the world President Trump was delivered the presidency, not by the will of the politicians, but by the will of another power that had the people's interests at heart. All of that is to be sacrificed because the underlying contempt that political America has for America and no longer cares.
Loyalty(?): guess again.


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