A few days ago my partner GC and I created side by side posts that outlined the political unrest, division, turmoil and some of the similarities between America and the U.K.
GC’s article was one of a number that he published this week that have focused mainly upon President Trump’s Government Shutdown.
Today, another friend and blogging colleague commented to me “I think there is a touch of WSC circa 1933 about GC!”
Comparing Gerry’s articles to Churchill’s warnings is a fine compliment!
The remark prompted me to re-blog Gerry’s latest Trump article.
“Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.” Groucho Marx
United States furloughed federal employees four days ago patiently stand in long lineups waiting their turn to receive food handouts while the government was closed. Lineups similar to the ones seen during the Great Depression. Is this how President Trump is making America great again?
T H I S I S H O W T R U M P D O E S T H I N G S
Brinkmanship is defined as the art or practice of pushing a dangerous situation or confrontation to the limit of safety especially to force a desired outcome. It is usually employed as a deterrent in a nuclear arms confrontation.
U. S. President Trump has expanded this definition to meet his own ends. If he had the wisdom and the experience he…
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