Friday, February 3, 2017
Today is technically day 15 of Trump's Presidency with at least another 1,446 to go, and hopefully if it turns out to be 8 years, another 2,907 days left..
Tell that stat to all your Democrat lovers, family and/or friends
So have we altered our grade? Will it now be A or A+? Or did we lower it to B?
Honestly, based on everything he's done so far in office, we give him a solid A which is an improvement from A- but not quite A+
We love the Supreme Court nominee, agree 100% with the stance he is taking with Mexico, and fully support the decision to temporarily halt Muslim immigration for a period of 90 to 120 days until the vetting process can be updated..
We are admittedly disappointed that the list of banned nations does not include Saudi Arabia since every person involved and/or responsible for 9/11 was Saudi Arabian, so there's valid cause to add them to the list
It will look Terrible if another tragedy ever befell our great nation and it turned out the perpetrators were once more from that culturally backward nation.
So this was a big reason we couldn't give Trump an A+..
But back to the positives...
Probably the best thing Trump has done thus far outside of continually keeping his word by fulfilling his campaign promises, is send political Democrats and their despicable base of hardcore political-correct zealots into a complete mental breakdown
He is employing the basic military strategy of divide and conquer brilliantly..
A few years ago he was approved unanimously by the Senate to be a US Circuit Court judge.. Yesterday, those soulless Democrats refused to meet and talk with him just like children would, and seems intent to filibuster so to placate their political base of rabid, mindless hate dogs..
So what's the outcome of all this going to be?
Well unless there is truly something terrible in Gorsuch's closet, he will absolutely-positively get approved eventually so don't even fret that one..
It used to be for all Federal judges on all levels, the minority party could be obstructionists and use filibuster from letting the vote on a nominee hit the Senate floor (you need 60 votes to break a filibuster whereas only 50 votes are needed to confirm since VP breaks ties)
Then a few years ago former Senate Majority leader Harry Reid (D) used the 'nuclear option' to forever prevent that tactic to be used on lower court nominees so Obama could get his selections approved quicker, thus forcing a straight up-down vote to get to 50 Senators approving..
The fallout for those bastard Democrats would be that if/when that rotten liberal woman, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces her retirement or dies (she is currently 83yrs old), then Trump can get someone even more conservative and the Dems would be powerless and completely impotent to stop it..
Or do they let this nominee pass with minimal resistance, retain their filibuster for future nominees but appear to their base as spineless cowards against Trump, a man they so deeply irrationally hate?
That's divide and conquer, folks..
So much has been done in such a short period of time with so much more left to do..
All we can say is Thank God the election turned out as it did and we hope in a couple more weeks if Trump stays as he is, that grade will change that A to A+..
Enjoy your weekend..
Posted by Susquehanna at Friday, February 03, 2017