[Vision2020] Nightmare on Elm Street
starbliss at gmail.com
Fri Apr 8 17:40:43 PDT 2016
The "coat tails" of a presidential candidate that might tilt the
legislative branch towards the supposed agenda of a Billary White House
might belong to Trump as a Republican Party nominee, *negative coat tails*,
if there is such a thing, that some Republican legislators are dreading in
their pending re-election bids. There are 24 Republican Senators up for
re-election 2016, only 10 Democrats. From this perspective, some Democrats
are praying for a Trump nomination to head the Republican party, betting
Trump will lose big time, damage the Republican Party, and hand the US
Senate to the Democrats via Republican Senators being linked to Trumps
Vision2020 Post: Ted Moffett
On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 6:53 PM, Kenneth Marcy <kmmos1 at frontier.com> wrote:
On 4/7/2016 4:26 PM, Tom Hansen wrote:
> Which begs the question . . .
> When (not "If") Hillary Clinton Is inaugurated in January, what will be
> Bill Clinton's official title? First Dude?
> Bill Clinton's official title likely will be nowhere near as important as
> the variety of roles in which he will participate. Unfortunately, I
> suspect that the general public will be aware of fewer than all of them.
> The Obama years may be remembered as uncomfortably under-productive
> considering the opposing party's roles in the legislative branch, but a
> return of the Clinton family to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue may turn out to be
> a painful period of presidential potential unfulfilled if the opposing
> party controlling the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue decides to insulate
> the Executive Offices from significant achievement. Even worse is the
> prospect of extended periods of formal legal combat between branches of the
> federal government should the Clintons' ascendancy return. We've been
> there before; the prospect of exchanging roles, editing the script lines,
> and performing the revised play again to a captive audience causes at least
> as much trepidation as excitement.
> Rather than a title, he may have an acronymic nickname: Frosty - first
> reader of subpoenas to yield.
> (One suspects that may be afflicted with sad - scalia acronym disease.)
> What is really needed, of course, is a presidential candidate whose
> coat-tails are sufficiently strong as to bring a cooperative federal
> legislature with him into incumbency. Then the people's business may be
> more expeditiously accomplished.
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