I haven’t been a very good predictor of the future, but I want to try my hand at it one more time:
****** If Trump wins the election, he will be impeached and, this time, convicted before the Fourth of July celebration. The only way he can save himself is if he is pardoned (whether he attempts a self-pardon, or resigns and gets the new president [Pence] to do the dirty deed [ala Ford pardoning Nixon] it’s the only way I see it for him to save himself from a charge in federal court).
****** If Biden wins, he will serve less than three years of his term. He will resign for health reasons, or be forced out of office for health/cognitive reasons.
Folks, it all comes down to this: who do you want to see as president, Pence or Harris?
I’ve been wondering if there is still time to live up to a promise that was made. It’s going to be close. Cutting it this close to the wire is…well, shall we say foolish? The following was broadcast in November, 2016. As you well know, 3 1/2 years later these promises have not been kept. Is there still time? Continue reading
It is so comforting to know that the State of the Union address is finally going to be delivered on February 5th. It’s had me worried ever since the Speaker of The House informed the President of the United States that he was not going to be allowed to stand before Congress and deliver the much ballyhooed information that our nation’s leader is bound, by the Constitution, to deliver from time to time. For many, many years now it has been delivered verbally, and I so look forward to this speech each year that I actually lose sleep in the days leading up to the address.
In all fairness, though, this information is supposed to be delivered to the Legislative branch of the government, not the people. It’s a state of the union address. Our Congressmen have no idea what’s going on in this country, so they rely on the President to tell them. That’s a scary thought. Continue reading