Tuesday, February 9, 2016


If Trump becomes President, I think it is safe to say that we will have few, or no, campaign promises broken.  Of course, to date, he has offered none, unless you want to count such statements as, "I will be great for women, the economy, health care, etc.), where parameters for "great" or "terrific" or other superlatives have not been set, and he will be able to tell us when he has accomplished his goal.  I suppose "Job 1" of his Presidency will be to ask for tenders on his place on Mt. Rushmore, in preparation for the "greatest" administration in the nation's history.

1 comment:

  1. Although this is highly unlikely, what if Trump (with his high IQ) has been playing the Republican electorate all along. Once elected, there's no way to control his policies. As long as he doesn't do anything impeachable, he could actually preside in whatever manner he chooses. He may be just hedging bets by ensuring that a true conservative doesn't gain office and the right to choose the courts. Wouldn't that be wild ... although again, highly unlikely. It doesn't hurt to dream.