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There is nothing new under the sun, except the history you haven’t read, being, as it is, that history personified isn’t kind, especially to those poor souls to whom Merry Go Rounds have always been the catapults of nausea – like it or lump it!

President Donald John Trump’s election, which wasn’t supposed to happen, made far more people aware of what the Federal and State power brokers are all about since the rise of the American Revolution. And now, by contrast, the installed FJBiden Regime, associated with lawless and corrupt elections, made them even more apparent. Soon, like King George lll, they’re likely to be relevant only in their own minds. Period!

One presumes they’ll be irrelevant as far as consent goes but coercion works too, not that it doesn’t always work forever but on the timeline of a human life, it sure well seems like it. All excepting of course that King George lll was an ocean or two away and communication was much, much slower then.

A merry-go-round that never ends

Nevertheless and all that, he was made irrelevant. Consider that his militant forces were on this side of the Big Pond (aka the Atlantic Ocean) and represented an army larger than the FBI and yet they were defeated by an American resistance force much, much smaller than what America has today. When the Lion Roars, his breath is felt all the way back in Washington DC.

Talking about public events that have gone down the memory hole, yours truly recalls that in a famous 1963 speech the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will be judged by the color of their skin and not by the content of their character.” Does anybody else recall Dr. King’s impassioned call for racial “equity?” Timeout literalists: we all know Dr. King didn’t actually say that, but can the same be said of today’s public school products – Mmmmm?

The uni-party is there, but it is much worse in demoMarxocrat hands. Now, the new House has passed a set of good rules, and passed a bill de-funding the new IRS agents. This bill was one page, under the new rules agreement. Of course, the Senate is unlikely to do anything about it, but for now, sanity has been restored, and we should talk it up.

Corruption knows no party affiliation; EVERYONE in DC want ‘their fair share’ of YOUR money – aka taxes.

Vincent McCaffrey, American Greatness, ‘The Merry-Go-Round Never Stops’ …

No one will remember the details of the speaker fight in years to come. But the takeaway isn’t in the details.

When I was a child, I found merry-go-rounds boring and, as I was wont to dismount the horse and run between the garishly painted beasts and against the turn of the carousel, or, worse, with the turn and get some good speed going, I more than once had the authorities intervene for my own safety. Wisely, my parents stopped paying the dime, or whatever it was, and sought out rides where I could be buckled in. I guess I have always appreciated a bumpy ride.

There was once a big whiz in the media by the name of Drew Pearson, now long forgotten, along with all the “news” and gossip he reported. (I should note here that he did not play football). In more ancient times he had a syndicated column in all the papers called “The Washington Merry Go Round.” I once read quite a few of those from the late 1930s for a research project. This was hot stuff at the time. The word “shenanigans” comes to mind, but many of the politicos were Irish back then.

Those were also the days when Walter Winchell was in his glory. Every political move was the subject of breathless reporting. Broadway and politics might appear in the same paragraph. Sexual scandals were de rigueur. Innuendo was the game and between-the-lines was the field of play. A good columnist could sell out both a morning and an afternoon edition and a couple of savvy scribblers could make an evening or “late” edition disappear as well. [-]

[+] … A week out from that kerfuffle being decided, like a barroom fight over a sports score no one remembers, the reason for it will only be repeated by a few hardcore followers who printed out the precious words on their desktop printers, or worse, cluttered their computer desktops with articles headlined “Capitol Chaos,” “Embarrassing,” and “Fiasco Shows Republicans Unable to Govern.”

This is the way democracy works. It is not a catastrophe! The republic may be gone, but the world will not end. Bargains will be made. There may be no adults left to intervene and take the misbehaving miscreants by the arm and put them out of harm’s way. But if readers persist in following the news cycle as if it means anything more than a backroom deal, larger government, and another loss for taxpayers, then they deserve what they get. Such wheeling and dealing used to happen all the time. Again, this is not new.

The only interesting thing, and thus the matter you will not find reported, is that for the last 100 years the power brokers (we are calling them oligarchs now) have had such a lock on key positions in government that this sort of thing was not supposed to happen. I mean, what do we have a “uniparty” for, anyway? [end]

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A merry-go-round that never ends

What if that slim Republican majority in congress had gotten sick – kind of like Mr. Bolsonaro? You can bet that the demoMarxocrats would’ve taken the house speaker-ship; guaranteed. One demoMarxocrat remember came in after his operation, to be sure to attend. Contrast that with the PA State House where the physical Republican majority actually handed the speaker-ship to a demoMarxocrat. Seems like Republicans are forever used to being in a subservient position in our government.Yikes!

Our actions matter, and most of us on the Republican side of the equation would rather die trying than become compliant and oblivious to the demoMarxocrat destruction of our country. Of course, some blame must go to the five who met after the November elections, the members of the Uniparty who were determined not to allow the newly-elected members of the House of Representatives to have an important say in the spending of a couple of trillion dollars:

And in closing of course, the man known in American legend as “The Conqueror of Corn Pop, that “quockerwodger” who twerks when OBO#44 Tweets, together with the unpopular senile-dementia-riven sodman, FJBiden. Surely they have some say in our present inflationary economy, with all that national bankruptcy looming (sorry once again for calling you “surely-Shirley”). A merry-go-round that never ends.

And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – Warrior-President Donald John Trump – MAGA! KAG!