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December 26, 2019

We hope all of you had a lovely Christmas. There should be at least one day a year that’s politics-free.

Still, life goes on, which leaves us noting that Plastique Pelosi is still diddling around with Impeachment.

As in, “hey that was so much fun, we should do it again.”

That seems to be the idea behind wanting Don McGahn and his cohorts to testify.  Madame Pelosi seems to have missed the part where they may have to appear, but they don’t have to cough up any classified or executive information.

She also seems be confused as to whether she is Speaker of the House, or Speaker of the Senate. Or maybe, she’s just confused.

OK, enough with the snark, even if it is great fun.

On a serious note, Pelosi is still not giving a target date to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate. Whether that’s because she wants to amend them, or she just wants to be contrarian is hard to tell.

Depending on which “expert” you ask, that either means there are no articles of impeachment, or that the Senate is hamstrung in any efforts to dismiss them.

Whichever way it is, the general consensus “out there” is that she may well have overreached in impeaching the President just for being a big meanie to her and her accomplices.

If she has done nothing else, she seems to have convinced Trump’s supporters that she finds them despicable, to which most would say “right back at ya.”

That’s a bad way to convince voters to stay at home next November, particularly in view of the competition Democrats are offering as alternatives.

Try as we might, we can’t find anyone in the current group of Democrat contenders that presents a viable alternative to President Trump that would appeal to the so-called independent  voters.

For instance, one Dem “frontrunner”  candidate is OK with ending 100,000 jobs…while Trump has created over 5 million, according to FactCheck.org.

Yep, that’s the way to win an election.

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