Trump, his primary advisor, Steve Bannon, the older sociopaths, Dick Cheney, Don Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz.  These people believe that their superior intelligence and far sightedness makes them capable of planning the future for you.  A far better future than you could even plan for yourself.

They sit, surrounded by their sycophants (loyal followers) and espouse American domestic and foreign policy.

They truly believe they know what’s best for the people without ever talking to the people.  They are elitists, they never speak to the lower classes; they never respect or appreciate people who challenge their views.

Allow me to give you one or two examples of their thinking…..

Trump wants to cut taxes for the rich, spend a trillion dollars on the infrastructure (which benefits the mega companies that support Republican candidates and policy), increase the military budget (which benefits only the Military / Industrial Complex), but do nothing for the poor, not subsidize education, not retrain workers laid off.

Bannon wants to “tear down the institutions of government and rebuild it to his vision”. “This is war!  We need to be brutal!”  As if he is smarter and farther seeing than Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Lincoln.  The man is deluded, a fool.

The older neocons – Wolfowitz, Cheney, Rumsfeld, wanted to change the order in the Middle East.  Overthrow dictators and leaders who did not support U.S. military or economic policy.  What we got was Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, millions dead, hatred for America, and millions of jihadists bent on the destruction of America.  Al Qaeda, ISIS is what they created, not benefits to those countries or benefit to America.

Please allow me to share with you just a little of their insanity….

Ever hear of, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses?”  It was the product of Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz.  That treatise was the blueprint for all the wars in the Middle East and Eastern Europe.  Specifically, the language in the paper read, and I quote, ‘The process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.’”

It claimed that America should use its position to advance its interests in all areas of the globe.  They believed the time was ripe for establishing democracies in regimes considered hostile to U.S. policy and weren’t hesitant to advocate the use of military means to achieve those ends.  It was a blueprint for American domination of the world, implemented under cover of the war on terrorism.”

Here is one even more insane leech on the face of the Earth.  Richard Perle, an advisor to two Republican presidents, said, “This is total war.  We are fighting a variety of enemies.  If we just let our vision of the world go forth, and we embrace it entirely and we don’t try to piece together clever diplomacy, but just wage a total war…our children will sing great songs about us years from now.  Supporting regime change of unfavorable governments so that eventually the whole world will be unified under the banner of American democracy is a small price to pay.’”

Let me mention one other Republican “forward thinking, all knowing, seer, sage: Pat Buchanan.  He ran for president in 1992, 1996 and 2000.  He believed that we need to overcome the influence of gay, Latinos, HIV victims, those on welfare, those favoring abortion.  In other words, anyone who thinks differently than him.

Now allow me to tell you the other side of this insane, knuckle-walking, ass dragging moron.  In 1963, Buchanan worked as a reporter for a small newspaper in Indiana.  Because of his extreme views, J. Edgar Hoover sought him out, gave Buchanan all the dirt he had collected on Martin Luther King – by wiretaps and informants – and gave it to Buchanan to leak into the news.  This rabid dog of a man who tried to destroy one of the greatest men in American history thinks he knows better than you or I or the other 63% of the American people who do not agree with him or support his policies.

Now we come to Paul Ryan, the present day incarnation of the neocons, another rich, conservative Republican who has never been poor, knows nothing about how the middle and lower class lives – or how they suffer – wants to kill funding to Planned Parenthood, thereby perpetuating poverty.  He also wants to cut the National Endowment for the Art, Corporation for Public broadcasting: things the American publics appreciates and believes in.  But if Paul Ryan doesn’t want them or need them, like, “intercity high speed rail,” which only those poor people would use.

These are the people who “see into the future”, who, “want to save our country” (the only saving we need is to be saved from are these sociopaths) want to shape your future.  They will tell you what you can and cannot do.  What should be important to you and what is not.

There are only a handful of people in government you should listen to and respect and support:

Elizabeth Warren, Barney Frank, Chuck Schumer, Bernie Sanders and Al Franken.  Google them, read what they are saying.  Vote for them.  Help disseminate the truth.


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