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Disappointing Republican Attempt to Recover the Republic Reveals that Institutionalists (Both Covervative and Progressives) are In Control

Reader comment on item: A Reluctant but Unhesitating Vote for Donald Trump
in response to reader comment: Phenomena of 45th American Administrative Chief Executive's Elusive Influence - Why 2024 Does Not Bode Well for American Politics

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 10, 2022 at 10:48

IN a quick phrase of anticipating some changes for 2024, this observer would suggest a differing tact and approach for the 45th American Administrative Chief Executive: it's been real; but they (the institutionalists) do not deserve you. Up unitl 2016, they ran this country in any way they could to soak the American taxpayer and made billions (now trillions) in the process; and now that economy is bled dry, the progressives are in position to wreak and reap havoc and the republicans no longer have the intergrity to reverse the course. That is the really big takeaway in this latest faux paux of political intransigence of American legislative governance. It started decades ago, went back and forth between each era of compromise that shook down the American taxpayer; and now they have run its course, hiding in their chambers of politcal horrors and are left without any answers since they do not seek the truth of the matter. They blame President Trump because they broke their own mirrors looking for some clue and got nothing but broken mirrors.
Ultimately, they broke the trust of 'we the people' and are now complicit in declaring false hopes for 2024.


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