Friday, May 26, 2017

Sad As It May Be, Impeachment Looks Like The way To Save Trump From Himself And The World

His multitude of detractors aside, Donald The Twitter Duck Trump might have been good for America and the world if he is able to strike a decided blow to terrorism and the terrorists.

But even his attempt to ban the entry of people from some named countries, for a start, was quickly frustrated by the courts themselves initially on their own initiative. Seriously, courts should stick to their their own field and not jump into matters of administration so readily.

Now, it looks like Trump will be unable to do much by way of policy if everyone is ready to genuflect and worship at the altar of political correctness, the god of modern day apologists.

And the first thing Trump has done on his maiden global foray was to sell arms to Saudi Arabia, a country many believe, is not adverse to financing and arming their proxies.

Iran seems a better bet as an ally.

The only thing that Twitter Trump might have done wisely despite his initial China bashing bravado is to step back from the foolishness. Someone or another might have had advised the POTUS to stop making a clown of himself here, for you cannot hurt the dragon without burning your own butt.

The trouble with Trump is that he is all for big soundbites and short of substance.

He thinks that running a nation is akin to operating a business empire.

Scare your competitors and get away with deals.

Sad as it might be, impeachment looks like the way to relieve Trump of his comic ego and save himself despite himself and the world to boot.

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