President Trump Did What Ross Perot Could Not

When I watch the news and read statements and opinions written by non-left politicians and pundits, I can’t help but notice a number of disagreements, contentious disputes, and quarrels that at times, end up with name-calling and pejorative epithets. Under normal circumstances, the lively debate would be a sign of a healthy political system that has incorporated the idea of divided government and checks and balances as a practical remedy against dictatorship, totalitarianism, and similar forms of oppression against the common people.

But these days, the political situation is far from being normal as our great republic and its bedrock of time-proven principles are attacked by a well-organized syndicate of hostile-to-America globalists/socialists who use their remarkable strategic skills and amoral intelligence to weaponize our exceptionally successful socio-economic system against all those who would like to protect and preserve it — and these villains have reliable support in the average (uninformed) Democrat voters still reeling with Trump Derangement Syndrome, and even some Republicans.