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I TOTALLY agree:

02 Jan

It’s time to pull the plug on Never-Trumpism.

It’s over, OK?  The fat lady sang long ago and is now home in her PJs and in bed. After a nightcap. Trump has done very well for Conservatives (far better than I ever dreamed of), and now it’s time for you Never-Trumpers to get over it. Kwitcher whining and man up to reality! We want your talents, so join us. Be part of us. Come, brother.

You may not like Trump’s style, but you can’t complain one bit about his substance. Not if you are at all Conservative, anyway.

In fact, here would be my message to the Evan McMuffin and Bill Krystal crowd: Get over it. Stop tantruming and kicking the floor and screaming at the sky and instead deal with reality. Trump is President and he is doing a great job. Deal with it. You didn’t like him. You still don’t. Deal with it. You would have preferred a horribly corrupt felon who would mostly maintain the status quo, but most people didn’t. Deal with it. But Trump is doing a very good job.

It’s over, pal.

 
  1. Oregonian

    January 2, 2018 at 11:58 am

    I read today that Steve Bannon predicts the Trump presidency may not survive 2018.

     
    • Gregor Mendel

      January 2, 2018 at 5:24 pm

      Uh, I’ve never heard that–I doubt it is true. But theoretically possible, I guess. I’m not sure what ANYONE who says that is smoking (and I very much doubt Bannon said that–please provide a link). But is is truly an opium dream. Unless you prove otherwise, I think we can all dismiss this as utter nonsense. And besides, I thought that you believed that what he sees is a crock of crap! Those who believe that are absolute proof that there is a crack problem.

      Lefties just confuse inspiration with aspiration.

       
  2. Oregonian

    January 3, 2018 at 10:23 am

    Have you read the stories today where Bannon calls Trump’s flunkys’ meetings with the Russians “treasonous?”

     
    • Gregor Mendel

      January 3, 2018 at 5:19 pm

      I thought you HATED Bannon and thought he was a liar! You changing your tune now? Yeah, there is a war of words, and the other side, for example, said that Bannon “Lost his mind” when he lost his job at the White House. But didn’t you approve of Bannon being fired? Let’s be consistent, here!

      I really don’t mind disagreement, but let’s at least give a nod to intellectual consistency, here. Because this seems like mere opportunism.