The Good Old Boys vs. The Traitors Club

Listen, please don’t be distracted by warnings from Republicans of going to war with Iran on day one of their Presidency, because Republicans are already in a civil war. You won’t hear this on FOX, no you have to come here, to read all about the epic war within the Republican Party between the Good Old Boys and the Traitors Club, wink, wink! ;-D As mentioned on previous blog posts, Donald Trump went where no Republican had gone before, he publicly betrayed the Good Old Boys. Trump said in public, what the Good Old Boys only said behind closed doors about Hispanics. You only have to look closely at the faces of the 2016 GOP Presidential candidates, you’ll see Trump sucking up all the air time, while the rest have that deer in the headlights look. In the words of Bridget Anne Kelly, “Is it wrong that I’m smiling?

Here’s the best part, Trump unleashed a tsunami of Traitors within the Republican Party, to publicly betray the Good Old Boys. As if that wasn’t enough, thanks to Tom Cotton, there are 47 known Traitors in the Senate who are always on the lookout to swindling or scamming someone . Also, thanks to recent events, two more Traitors came out of the woodshed, Huckabee and Prience, so the suspense of who will be the next Traitor, is palpable. Sort of like a game show and the premise is to find the next Republican Traitor.

When did the Good Old Boys changed our Government from “Government of the people, by the people, and for the people,” to Government of the corporations, by the corporations, and for the corporations?” I’ll admit, it took me awhile, but today, I have clarity, because the key to a Good Old Boy’s society is fear. Who in their right mind, wants to live in fear? Yet, believe it or not, millions of Americans either unwillingly, or willingly live in fear. Thanks to our corporate media apparatus, Jeb Bush can betray millions of Americans receiving Medicaid, or betray millions hard working Americans by advocating we work more hours, while simultaneously, condoning tax subsidies for wealthy corporations. The best part, Bush is aligned with the same greed as all those Wall Street Gordon Gekkos. Birds of a feather, stick together, so no, I don’t expect Bush to change his mind any time soon or stop finding lesser scapegoats for the larger sins he wishes not to admit. Here’s the deal, I’ve let go of trying to persuade, beg, or coerce Republicans to believe in what I believe. I can only speak for myself, but I feel more peaceful today, because I’d stop defending Government of the people, by the people, and for the people,”  but started living it.

So, relax, sit back, enjoy my version of, “Donald Trump’s Betrayal.” A good old fashion story of, greed, betrayal, and my favorite, Republican traitors of the worst kind.

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