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Phenomena of 45th American Administrative Chief Executive's Elusive Influence - Why 2024 Does Not Bode Well for American Politics

Reader comment on item: A Reluctant but Unhesitating Vote for Donald Trump
in response to reader comment: Recalling Why President Trump Era Aura Infuriated Even the Staunchest Conservative Ideologues - Allowing Democratic Takeover

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 9, 2022 at 13:11

Woe to the punditry of Americanesque schools of politcal thought now scurrying to recover some semblence of credibility after the only red wave being seen is that of the Chinese air flights around Taiwan and the glare reflecting socialisiic influences in American politics in ways not too many realize are now cannabis induced hazes of political intrigues and bureaucratic maneuverings to scare off any real changes to the business of governance as usual; nothing really changed. This is in spite of the prospects that a return of a President Trump might be in the offing; but this is now in question. It remains to be seen if that is still a possibility; it might be, but other evidences suggest that a greater battle is being envisioned and greater stakes yet are at risk.
Folks, the Donald J Trump era of interrupted politics appears in the rear view mirror, that in spite of the vast differences experienced during his actual period of governance, those influences are being challenged by a burgeoning acquiesence to apathetic meanderings of non-Constitutional conservative approaches that cannot rise to the depth of lost reverence for re-establishing government by 'we the people;' recall the phrase-better dead than red. It takes on the new connotation of how to define the red wave - what is missing now in American politics? It's going to take a lot more radical conservative thinking than the founders imagined in attempting to recover all that has been lost and even another attempt by someone like President Trump is not going to work, if even we get to 2024 without losing the Republic to the political ineptitude now seen wandering the legislative halls, looking for the ghosts of the past that gave it all for freedom.


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