“Sidestepping the Law” just another day in Democrat paradise

There are two words I’m getting tired of seeing, “the administration.” We all know who “the administration” is, it’s Barack Obama and his Democrat cronies. So I wish people would just say that.

Anyway, “Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) “is sounding the alarm to his colleagues Senate-wide, warning them and the American public with a ‘critical alert.'”

Sessions says:

“Voting for the trade promotion authority (TPA) deal that would set up the transpacific partnership (TPP) trade deal with Asian countries is fraught with problems and concerns”

In my opinion, anytime Republicans sit down with Democrats to talk about anything that has to do with the future of America, they should assume Democrats don’t have America’s best interests in mind.

For those of you who think I’m out of line or that I’m just a right-wing nut job, think about some of the things Democrats believe in. They:

– Take from the rich, give to themselves

– Kill babies through abortion

– Indoctrinate our children with whatever they want, arresting us if we disagree

– Try to shut down homeschooling

– Try to ban weapons and our second amendment right

– Force Christians to adopt their worldviews, ostracizing us or perhaps even incarcerating us if we disagree

– Break down the strength of our military by minimizing standards while reducing numbers and capability

– Force Americans to buy health insurance for other Americans, even if they can’t afford it for themselves

– Intentionally and significantly raise the cost of energy, forcing Americans to have less food, and less of an ability to support their families

– Condemn our police officers, accusing them of being racist murderers

– Steal billions of taxpayer dollars to fund climate change, whatever that means, while attacking and condemning anyone who disagrees with them

The list could go on and on. Does this sound like Democrats want to be leaders in the spirit of our founding fathers? Anything close? No, these are the markings of rulers, dictators.

Let’s continue with what Sessions said;

“The request for fast-track also comes at a time when the Administration has established a recurring pattern of sidestepping the law, the Congress, and the Constitution in order to repeal sovereign protections for U.S. workers in deference to favored financial and political allies.”

The meat in that statement? “The administration (Obama and the Democrats) has established a recurring pattern of sidestepping the law.”

If I had a dime for every time I’ve heard a Republican say Obama and the Democrats have violated American law, yeah, I’d be rich.

Let’s continue, Obama and the Democrats are sidestepping American law, as well as “Congress, and the Constitution in order to repeal sovereign protections for U.S. workers in deference to favored financial and political allies.”

I preferred to phrase it this way, Obama and the Democrats are bypassing American law, Congress and the Constitution to TAKE AWAY PROTECTIONS FOR AMERICAN WORKERS.

Does this sound like something a patriotic American would do? No, it sounds like something someone would do if they were trying to make themselves more powerful, make more money or further their cause.

Obama and the Democrats do not have American interests at heart.

“The Sessions document then goes point-by-point for five full pages through the TPA trade deal, laying out why it wouldn’t help Americans—rather, it would likely hurt American workers—and why the deal doesn’t in fact provide Congress with more power over trade despite talking points from the Obama trade deal’s proponents like House Ways and Means Committee chairman”

Here’s the problem. Yeah, I know, there are many. One of the biggest problems Republicans have is that they’re in the mode of “Just wait until it’s our turn.” They figure once they get a Republican president, they will be able to do things once again. But why do they act like they can’t do anything while they are in control of Congress?

Who passed the 1964 Civil Rights Act? A Republican Congress under a Democrat president. Yes, Republicans can accomplish things if they want to.

In my opinion, if they made the case for human life, right now, standing up for the defenseless in the womb, they could end abortion once and for all.

If they made the case to protect our borders, they could put soldiers there, and stop the illegal Democrat takeover of America.

If they made the case that America stands for religious freedom and took a stand for our Christian religious rights, America could stand proud in defense of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

If Republicans made the case that America’s police officers are not racist, that a significantly greater number of white men are killed than any other race, it would help shut down the war on American police officers.

One problem is the Republican Party is being changed by Libertarians. Libertarians don’t have a “social issues” bone in their bodies. they could care less about abortion, same-sex marriage or a drugged-out America.

I guess that brings us to the problem that really stops the Republican Party from succeeding in much of anything nowadays. The Republican Party is at war with itself.

You’ll never see this with the Democrats. They circle the wagons around their most vile representatives. Think Bill Clinton, who has countless accusations of rape and adultery, yet he still walks around like he he’s one of the most honorable presidents America has ever had.

Democrats manage to dislike each other but keep things going for the party, no matter what. On the other hand, Republicans fight each other tooth and nail, Willing to lose a race if they disagree with their “ally.” And yes, like Democrats, Republicans will sink a knife into the back of another Republican to further their agenda or to achieve/maintain power.

I say, it’s time to bury the hatchet (and not in each others backs). Republicans have a lot more in common than they do with Democrats, and by focusing on fighting each other, they’re not focusing on winning elections or key issues.

Take Germany for example. You can’t imagine how many political parties Germany has. Europe, in general, has some of the strangest political parties and some of the strangest people who become leaders. There are so many parties and differing points of view, there’s just no possibility of a two-party system like we have in America. So what do they do?

They join together to achieve power, and after they’re in power, they make deals on who gets to push the most of their agenda, based on which party got the strongest votes.

As a matter of fact, a party might join with the left wing or right wing, just so that they can share power. The Green party is one example. Of course they typically align themselves with left-wing politics, but that doesn’t mean they won’t threaten to, or support other parties. They would rather have some influence rather than none. Because of their smart politics, I believe they’re getting stronger around the world.

It shouldn’t be that hard for Republicans to do something like this. It wouldn’t just strengthen the Republican Party from within, practicing this political method would also attract the independent voters. Let’s face it, America is not all right-wing or all left-wing, there are approximately 25% of each with 50% who flow one way or another, depending on who has the best pitch.

That’s what Republicans should be focusing on. Half the people in this country, or sheeple, consider themselves “Independents.” This means they don’t really feel strongly about anything, only that they will vote for the person they are most attracted to. Yes, unfortunately, political elections in America are just like American Idol.

It’s time for Conservatives, Republicans and Libertarians to come together and develop a message of unity to strengthen the Republican Party.

I believe America stands for something great, that we are an exceptional country, that our founding fathers were great men and that Americans are good people.

I pray God gives all of our Republican leaders hope, courage, strength and a passion for unity that will help them focus on maintaining the values that made America unique, a country that God will want to bless.