Trump card with rendezvous return

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You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children’s children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done. ~ Ronald Wilson Reagan

Arguably the greatest culprit and traitor responsible for the colossal U.S. failure in Afghanistan was George W. Bush and those surrounding him, all of whom failed to retaliate to the worst attack on US soil already on 9/11/2001. Bush and those around him failed to retaliate in the most justified case ever, thus turning America momentarily from a superpower into a paper tiger, chasing shadows of the enemy’s warlords in remote deserts instead of destroying the enemy’s own symbols within their own surroundings – ie Mecca and Medina and keeping those savages far away from the national borders.

Trump card with rendezvous return. Bush & Mooch .. Sheesh!

Unfortunately rather than act accordingly, the religion-of-peace Bush allowed 3100+ mosques to be built in the US and all after the 9/11/2001 nightmare! An America that is as corrupt and immoral as it has become by today’s standards, shouldn’t be allowed to have influence on any other nation on Earth. Until America becomes a Free Society again and the true beacon to the world that our Founding Fathers envisioned, we need to stay out of world leadership positions. Period!

Why for instance, had we become a “refuge from the rest of the world”? Because our people founded a nation upon Judeo-Christian principles, where individuals have God-given natural rights, and where the purpose of government is limited to defending those rights. We have failed to educate each generation (civics) to understand the burdens and blessings of freedom, but this requires a Judeo-Christian / Greco-Roman understanding of the nature of humanity and purpose of government. We need to heal ourselves before we can heal others.

Back when the Communists were underground and were quietly joining and re-educating the demoMarxocrat Party, others mistakenly called them liberals. Not wanting to admit who they really were, the Communists just smiled and accepted that. It stuck and they ended up being known as liberals. A giant misnomer.

Now it’s almost as though we live as passive, fearful, dependent children while the demonic rulers over us cooperate with global powers in the OPE (operational preparation of the environment) prior to a complete takeover. May God be merciful in His kindness and justice. Trump card with rendezvous return…

Andrea Widburg, American Thinker: ‘The Embarrassment that is Joe Biden’…

Although the White House had intended to keep Biden under wraps for as long as possible, the demand that he say something — anything — about the unfolding debacle in Afghanistan forced him to leave Camp David for a 20-minute statement, after which he refused to take any questions. The important part of what he said boils down to one sentence: we had to leave, and everything that went wrong was Trump’s or the Afghans’ fault. Biden is a craven coward, a feckless fool, a dismal dummy, and a man who will soon have more blood on his hands than a thousand Lady Macbeths.

Biden began by explaining that, after 20 years in Afghanistan, it was time to leave. Few people would argue with that. Whether they supported the war in the beginning or not, it had become clear to everyone that we had no clear mission there other than making money for the military-industrial complex about which Eisenhower warned us. It was not in America’s interests to remain.

So we can skip that part of the speech. It was a straw man, because Biden was defending a point with which no one disagrees. You’re neither a brave nor principled man when you claim, “I stand with everyone else!” [-]

[+] … The first person at whom Biden pointed his finger was Trump, saying, effectively, he set me up! When I came into office, I inherited a deal that President Trump negotiated with the Taliban. Under his agreement, U.S. forces would be out of Afghanistan by May 1, 2021 — just a little over three months after I took office.

Setting up another straw man, and making himself look like a victim, Biden claimed he had only two choices: continue the withdrawal or stay in Afghanistan.  Forced by bitter circumstances, he chose the former.  And again, that glides right by the fact that the question isn’t whether the U.S. should have left; it’s how the U.S. left. [-]

Biden spent some of the speech claiming that Americans are being safely evacuated, which is hard to believe given the increasingly panicky notices the Embassy posted on its website.  He also made the claim that we can expect Afghan immigrants here.  Some undoubtedly deserve American residency; others may be tougher on Americans, especially women, as another post of mine today notes.

At the end of the day, Joe was an embarrassment, and the Daily Mail, perhaps not surprisingly, summed it up best… {end}

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Trump card with rendezvous return. Bush era full of ne’er do wells and tropes…

Capitalism couldn’t survive in a culture dominated by mysticism and altruism, by the soul-body dichotomy and the tribal premise. No social system (and no human institution or activity of any kind) can survive without a moral base. On the basis of the altruist morality, capitalism had to be—and was—damned from the start.

If the good, the virtuous, the morally ideal is suffering and self-sacrifice—then, by that standard, capitalism had to be damned as evil. Capitalism does not tell men to suffer, but to pursue enjoyment and achievement, here, on earth—capitalism does not tell men to serve and sacrifice, but to produce and profit—capitalism does not preach passivity, humility, resignation, but independence, self-confidence, self-reliance—and, above all, capitalism does not permit anyone to expect or demand, to give or to take the unearned. In all human relationships—private or public, spiritual or material, social or political or economic or moral—capitalism requires that men be guided by a principle which is the antithesis of altruism: the principle of justice. ~ Ayn Rand

The principle of Justice indeed! And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – President Donald John Trump still doing his darnedest to get America back on track again – MAGA! KAG! Trump card with rendezvous return…

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