Encore of Revival: America, June 27, 2016

Encore of Revival: America, June 27, 2016

Britain finally decided to follow America and vote for Independence. It took them 240 years to catch up. So, there’s no need to start rushing things now. Angela Merkel and George Osborne (Trump’s lookalike and the likely next British PM) both seem to feel the same way.

The fundamental difference between the European Union and the Union of States in American is the heart bond. Americans arrived united after leaving Europe because it was already divided. Freedom and independence are spreading their call to the human heart around the world, even in the face of centralism, and has now made the way backward, across the Atlantic. Exiting Europe 240 years ago, to become independent, lit a beacon that inspired the old world of tyranny to follow suit. The “brexit” vote teaches us that the best way to lead others it to lead one’s self.

As if the Brexit vote was not sufficient warning, and as if the 240th anniversary of American independence is not a sufficient reminder, some government entities in America, by no means all, seem to be giving American States their own reasons for independence. The Obama DOJ scandals in the cover-ups of a terrorist attack 911 tape demonstrate that getting to the truth is not the top priority in that particular investigation. Hawaii considers people who obey the law to be dangerous, having voted to place registered gun owners on the FBI watch list. Yet, illegal immigrants “in the shadows” receive special protection under Obama, but not as much as he would like. The courts shut down his executive order on immigration. Obama responded with his usual pattern of lecturing and condescending, as if Americans haven’t been insulted enough already during a month when “independence” makes headlines.

After the brexit vote, Obama said that the relationship between the US an the UK would not change, while before the vote, he warned that a brexit would change the relationship.

Obama also addressed an entrepreneurship summit where he praised the successes of the non-government sector, highlighting government investment projects. He spoke elaborately on things that don’t appear in his portfolio before inserting his political talking points, then climaxing on immigration, diversity, globalism, and government backing. Based on his examples, Obama’s definition of an “entrepreneur” seems to be someone controlled, promoted, and funded by government. He started his speech by saying it is fortunate that he can’t stay longer than his term limit.

Trump finally aimed all barrels at the Clinton’s. The Clinton v Trump polls can now calculate reality rather than speculation. Remember, Obama campaigned against a lame-duck, Bush, which surmounted to successful demagoguery. By contrast, Trump is legitimately campaigning against Obama by proxy through Hillary. Had she not been Secretary of State, that wouldn’t be possible. Trump also campaigns against Bill Clinton by proxy of Hillary. Hillary’s career is an undisguised gift to the Trump campaign.

While it has been said that Churchill was magnificent in defeat and insufferable in victory, Obama is lecturing and condescending in both, though his victories, few and far between, arguably don’t last. As with Bush to Obama, without eight years of Obama, Trump would not be electable. Obama might be more successful in whatever his goals may be if he understood one basic principle: It is easier to win when you want to.

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Encore of Revival: America, June 20, 2016

Encore of Revival: America, June 20, 2016

In tragic aftermath, Americans blame each other. Government agencies are not allowed to use the obvious as cause for suspicion. America’s president blames Americans for hatred of America, yet he can’t figure out why his popularity isn’t only sinking. Obama is becoming permanently infamous.

He is already on a down-hill train to being the “anti-president”—everything that a president should not be. He is a disgrace to the talented, brilliant Black community. Perhaps Carson’s run will serve to prove Obama’s term wrong: Black people certainly can be good leaders after all. In every other way, Obama has provided Americans with every reason to hate him.

When his policies fail, he condescends the very people who warned him. When America is attacked, he blames the victims. He has supported the LGBT community, yet freely welcomed members of a religious sect that want to kill them. Now, a sizable chunk of LGBT community members have joined Trump and taken an interest in owning firearms.

Obama failed to retain his own supporters—a large number of the very people his policies tried to “help” have turned against him.

More than that, Obama’s biggest failure is that he has not stopped the avalanche of his own failure. When he becomes unpopular, he has proven incapable of doing anything to gain that popularity back.

Obama doesn’t know when he is losing, he just keeps playing his losing tactics. That makes him the biggest loser of all. His non-unpopular days are numbered and, soon, he could seal his own eternal place in the Hall of Failing.

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Encore of Revival: America, June 13, 2016

Encore of Revival: America, June 13, 2016

As predicted: Sanders lost to the Clinton machine, Trump reached out to unite all disgruntled voters disenfranchised by a “rigged” system.

Trump says that a judge’s association with professional organizations, specifically La Raza reportedly having made anti-Trump statements, has demonstrated a recusable conflict of interest. Then, Conservatives and Liberals discuss whether Trump should make “Anti-Mexican” statements. There are so many red herrings in this election that one could start a fishing business and so many straw men that a farmer could stock his barn for the next eight years.

So, Trump continues to be attacked by the old boys club for not speaking more peacefully. Interestingly, there was another attack from a member of a religion the Bush family called “peaceful”, this time, also interestingly, in Florida.

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Encore of Revival: America, June 6, 2016

Encore of Revival: America, June 6, 2016

In a real-life drama resemblant of the novel-based movie All the King’s Men, Bill Krystol may have convinced another establishment military-focused Conservative to end his own career, this time in writing. David French writes for the National Review, is a lawyer and a war veteran. Krystol plans to make French the Dump Trump candidate with the expressed purpose of losing the election, both for himself and for Trump.

It is interesting how the “Dump Trump” group is full of writers with Conservative and RINO audiences. And, it seems their goal is not only to bring down Trump, but their own industries. Krystol’s goal is echoed in comments from writers at the Atlantic and the Wall Street Journal. “The Establishment”, voiced by big wigs in the writing zone of the press, plan to scuttle their own ship before the people elect their own choice. Their words betray an inner auto-suggestion that a democracy is wrong to elect its own elected and the press alone ought to determine election outcomes.

Meanwhile, back in the bathroom, the circuit court rejected an appeal of its own decision. While conflict of interest is another question altogether—specifically in a lower court’s ability to determine whether its own ruling can be appealed—the transgender concept itself is on display. And, it seems to correlate with the auto-destruct of the “RINO writing Establishment”.

Even the Liberals in media are willing to use Trump, whom they despise, because they know they make money from interviewing and hating on him. But, the RINO writer posse can’t even be that smart. As anti-Darwinian as Liberals love to be, and as much as the RINO writer posse gang loves to criticize the Left for being anti-Darwinian in their politics, the RINO writer posse really showed its own true colors on this one. They are more anti-Darwinian than the anti-Darwinians. Even as Capitalists, they cannot survive this fatal flaw.

Writers and transgenders alike have a history of expecting every leader to capitulate only to the smallest opposition, never the largest. This infectious mentality has infiltrated corporate American leadership: A few fake emails was enough for sponsors to dump Limbaugh, even though their customer base silently supported the opposite. They gambled and lost. A CEO is expected to dump the very principles that made a company successful, thereby dumping the majority of their silently-happy customers, merely because of one complaint from a disloyal—but outspoken—customer. RINO-audience writers expect Conservative candidates to drop their values in exchange for Liberal rhetoric “so as not to make their opponents oppose them”. And, some—neither all nor most—transgenders want their own biology and the rest of society to be entirely rearranged merely because of how they feel this morning.

It’s not that transgender needs to be any enemy of society. People involved in the transgender issue could have a powerful victory over the dilemma—if happiness is the goal and “capitulation” is the mode of operation to get us there. But, it appears that “compromising” and “capitulating” is the only acceptable response to help people with transgender questions. One-toilet bathrooms could be a solution, but won’t be considered. Other forward thinking won’t be considered—nothing but “giving-in or not giving-in”. Capitulation by definition is not success. So, here we are, lost in a world of capitulating. No wonder Jesus hates cowards; they make a tragic mess that can never bring peace.

Now, a transgender case has convinced three judges in a lower court to block their own peers from deciding whether the Supreme Court can decide a case rising within the United States. A writer, cheered on by other writers, wants another writer to lose an election, to cause the people to lose their election, even at the price of both—if not all other—writers’ credibility as writers. The “writing” is on the wall: Capitulation captains want everyone to capitulate to only the smallest opponents, otherwise they will self-destruct in public. Who, America, are the real terrorists who should be detained at airports? Shouldn’t it be those who preach, “Compromise, or else!”?

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Encore of Revival: America, May 30, 2016

Encore of Revival: America, May 30, 2016

Trump, Trump, Trump. It’s the new onomatopoeia for motorcycles and politics. But there is also other news, believe it or not. US flag sales are up, helping the Chinese manufacturing industry. It’s a start at patriotism, anyway. Soon enough, Americans will learn that being patriotic means keeping jobs in the country, which means not complaining about prices so much.

You read it here first, Trump going head-to-head against the Clinton’s will show an unseen game and tip the polls. There is a lot from the Clinton years that Trump will go after as no RINO has, making the anit-Clinton crowd not only stronger, but much, much larger. Prediction fulfilled this week.

Then, there’s bathrooms. Texas and a few others filed a lawsuit against the idea that gender identity choice was intended to be part of the Civil Rights law governing the bodies we are born with. They filed in a Conservative-friendly court. The DC circuit has been inclined to hear Conservative-Texan cases, which means that SCOTUS could hear the case—which means that SCOTUS could tie the case and bump it back to a lower Conservative ruling if a new Conservative justice isn’t appointed first.

In the unlikely event that the Congressional RINOs capitulate as their broken promises show, Trump would become the last Republican to be elected as a President before a third party replaces the GOP. Though typical, it would be unlikely this time because the scenario is all too obvious to the party. And it should be obvious to Obama.

He should have known that his transgender executive orders would be met with unbeatable opposition. So, what’s his end game? Is he merely trying to stir discussion—that’s all he’ll end up accomplishing, unless he knows something the public doesn’t. As Limbaugh has pointed out, simple one-person bathrooms would solve the entire problem—and refusing that option shows that solving the problem is not anyone’s goal. The public has yet to discuss any connection to the conspiracy theories surrounding Michelle Obama. Those conspiracy theories seem more plausible in lieu of Barack’s policies as Barack’s policies would have a clear motive if the conspiracy theories were true. While no one in the mainstream press has suggested the connection, the sharks and ravens are already circling, the sun is setting on the Obama policy season, and revival has already dawned.

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