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And Again, Conservatism is Not Necessarily Strong Enough to Support Overconfidence

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 6, 2022 at 19:43

It appearing that the politcal battle for the soul of former America, in double trouble after being revived for roughly 4 years under the previous 45th administration, but obvliously not made strong enough to avoid being thrashed by a mere less than a year to instill no sense of any politcal confidence, it is likley going to take even more time to realize America lost more than any sense of what a republican form of governance when the reality of 'we the people' were sent a notice of democratic eviction. Substituting 'democracy' for the true Constitutional form of goverance is what America now suffers from; and COVID 19 vaccinations are not going to assist in recovery.
Further, a revived Trump presidency is not going to help either; if even the circumstances were allowed enough time for such recovery. That does not appear to be where the developing processes of socialistic revisionism seems to be headed. The current conservatistic tendencies appear to be in a quandary as to why the desparate state of affairs of half of the country requires significantly more changes of allegiances before any sense of recovery can be attained. Overconfidence is an understatement; it will be a terminal offense to the republican ideology if a return away from the democratic infusion of unconstitutional actions continue to frustrate all on both sides of the aisle. Rules of Alinsky still apply.

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