Monday, January 16, 2017

OUT BUT NOT GONE

Well now here we are in the last couple of days of the 44th. Presidents term of Office and the end of his Administration.  One recalls his Inauguration speech full of hope about all people and races in the United States of America working together - hmm that didn't last a week before he was dividing the Nation by blaming the opposition  Party and previous Administration for the Nations ills.  So it continued whinging and whining for the next eight years with lowering standards and governmental stagnation.  The new 44th. President turned out to be quite unable to make timely decisions and develop an effective foreign policy. He continued to blame Congress and the Republican Party for being unable to get things done.  Of course it is hard to win support when you continually blame your mistakes on other people which he did.  Last week he made a farewell speech which referred to some imaginary country not the one he has attempted to administer these last eight difficult years.

This is something the incoming President and his Administration needs to get into its head also.  The President-Elect is another person who continually blames other people and insults them with childish immature comments on something called "Twitter®" which seems designed for immature thin-skinned persons to use for immature comments not  the professional communication that one expects from a President.-Elect or President. 

Various members of Congress of the Democratic Party the same Party as the departing President are also performing in front of Media cameras and making immature statements.  To any educated voter this indicates that these Members of Congress in turn are not suitable choices to represent We the People of these United States of America.

At Noon on Friday January 20, 2017 the President-Elect  becomes the 45th. President and whether one likes it or not has voted for him or not is quite immaterial.  All the egos that have been ignored, bruised, rattled, or trampled on should realize that the incoming person has the biggest most touchy ego of all - a true super-ego which will have to be dealt with regardless.

Meanwhile the former President instead of leaving Washington, D.C. as is usually done is just moving down the road from the White House, in the Clintons neighborhood, pathetically clinging to a position from where he no doubt will cause as much trouble as he can for the new Administration.

So the World watches and wonders just what path America is taking.

Good Watch.

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