With respect to QOTD, here, I’ll have to disagree. I agree that spend and regulate is typical of the current administration’s routine, I have to admit that the new slogan is “Hopelessness and Amend.” Why? Because they have no definition of what Hope means. But they do like to AMEND things that will benefit their position in order to desensitize the American Public to feeling the dilemma of the absence of Hope.
This is similar to the medical profession’s perspective of addiction. Rather than proposing alternatives to create change – Real Change in the life of the addict, they prescribe medicine, and drugs that deepen their own pockets, and at the same time desensitize the addict to the point that they lose perspective of the Hope that was promised, i.e. “things will get better.”
The Russident in office cannot stand up to the Principles of Change in the face of ongoing criticism and because his eyes are not on what’s best for America, but simply watching the conveyer belt of currency rolling into his bank account. While I am not a Democrat, the only person who had given me any sense of respect for democratic perspective is Harry Truman. He declined much opportunity to speak, or to get involved in anything that reeked of the clamour for the office of the president. “Thank you for your invitation. I decline to honor your request, today, because you do not want me. You want the Office of the President of the United States. The Office is not a person, it is a symbol of the people of the United States, and therefore belongs to the people of the United States and is not for sale.”
I think the Russident in Office needs to have a review of History, and a course in critical analysis of the American Experiment. He would fail the course, as expected, but at least he would not be so clueless to the empty chamber above his neck that is generating so much uselessness in the office, today.