Good Is Bad For The Country

By —— Bio and Archives--September 2, 2018

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You can tell what the new Democrats are about by whom they revere.

It can’t be comforting for the old guard liberals.

Since the tables were turned in the 2016 presidential election, a breed of sickos with a John Wilkes Booth syndrome, have become part of the political scene, with designs to obliterate our President.

His successes in a robust economy, job creation, new respect for our foreign policy and revised trade agreements fairer to us, among other bulls eyes, has the Democrats in a frazzle, altering their attack on the premise that good is bad for the country.

With no proof of President Trump collaborating with Russia in the election, they are using the highly partisan Mueller investigation as a distraction, to put the Trump administration off its game, clearing a path for a blue wave in the mid-term Congressional election.

I do not recommend disbanding the Mueller court if the Republicans are successful in maintaining a majority in both houses, but instead, change course and rejuvenate the criminal investigation on the Clintons that former FBI director James Comey dropped the ball on, but not without replacing the loaded board of Clinton lackey lawyers


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George Giftos is a retired travel agency executive, in management for agencies by Fugazy World Travel, U.S. Industries, Carlson Companies.
George is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.

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