DEMOCRATS: On road to ruin

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I am so tired of liberals whining and complaining about President Trump. Guess what? It was their anti-American behavior that assured his victory.

They claim that Trump is destroying democracy. What they really mean is he is destroying Democrat-acy, which describes the kind of government Thomas Jefferson was warning against when he wrote “An elective despotism was not the government we fought for…” (Notes on The State of Virginia” 1781-1782)

America is a REPUBLIC, where the power is vested in the people, not in politicians. We have our form of government through the desire of the majority of voters. Democrats know this and are trying to shape a new majority with every anti-American strategy they can invent. My first observation of this abomination was when Jessie Jackson formed his “Rainbow PUSH Coalition” of every kind of political, religious, economic and racist dissident group he could recruit.

Although Jackson did not win the Democratic nomination (1984 and 1988), his ploy became the mantra for the Democratic Party. Today they are reaching out to illegal immigrants, in the hope that they will become eligible to vote. They have unified the LGBT community, recruited “victims” of every possible real or perceived injustice, created many give-away programs, telling non-workers that they “deserve” all the perks they offer, in order to obtain their votes.

The American way of life would be shattered if Democrats regained a majority in Congress and the Presidential Office. America might not survive another Democrat-acy government.

ED TORRENCE

Coeur d’Alene

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