Theoretically, it’s not happened yet, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. The militant Democrats and Obama sycophants would like to see him assassinated. The corporate media would find that a great story to cover. The intelligence community would do what they could to facilitate it, and the Secret Service would likely turn a blind eye.
It’s a sad commentary to see how much emphasis has been put on the President’s importance. From the Constitution, we can see that the President should be little more than a figure head who represents America in foreign affairs, uses the bully pulpit to keep people’s thinking in line, has veto power, and appoints cabinet posts, judges, and not much more than that.
All spending starts in the House of Representatives. It is not the President who initiates that. The President doesn’t have the Constitutional power to spend money, start bureaucracies, or institute law. Nonetheless, some innate desire in humans brings them to want a single person to save them and guide them. Therefore, Americans have allowed powerful forces behind the scenes (and in front like the media) to inculcate the acceptance of excessive almost dictatorial power in the office of President. This is a dangerous precedent that the American founders warned against and from which they tried to protect us.
If life is not as hunky dory as you’d like, try assuming some civic responsibility. Learn the laws of the land. Raise up good leaders, and get them elected. Support them doing what’s right, not what’s expedient. Stop accepting government hand-outs, and certainly don’t ask for them. Be independent of government largesse, and be individually responsible for yourself and your duties as a citizen. And, if you want a Savior, try Jesus Christ.
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