.WASHINGTON, January 20, 2018.: The Democrats are playing a dangerous game of dominoes. The first tile in the latest game is the Schumer Shutdown. Dems are shutting down the government not over policy, but for a controversial illegal immigration policy that should never have been part of the continuing resolution before the Senate now.
Simply stated, Democrats are putting illegal immigrants ahead of America.
The next tile to fall will be the soon to be released memo from the House Intelligence Committee. The final tile that destroys the Democrats will be the November elections. It will mean the end of the Democratic Party as we now know it.
Two strong parties are critical.
In the Democracy that is practiced under our Constitutional Republic, it is critical that we have two healthy political parties. Usually, those on the right favor economic issues above social issues while those on the left reverse those priorities.
As the country moves forward, we tend to move slightly to the right, then slightly to the left. This repeating pattern keeps the country on a steady course forward. Up until this recent game, both Republicans and Democrats tried to act as representatives of the constituency.
That ends with the Democrats blanket support of illegal immigrant lawbreakers in hopes of creating a new voting base and regaining their path to socialism and a political elite leadership.
Playing the game of political dominoes
John Kennedy and Lyndon John’s administrations moved us slightly to the left. Presidents Nixon and Ford moved us slightly to the right. Carter moved left. Reagan/Bush moved right. Clinton moved left. Bush moved right. Obama moved left. Trump moved right.
The presence of two strong parties is critical to avoid any extreme positions. It looks the Democratic Party is about to experience some very difficult conditions that could threaten their existence, at least with their current views.
In other words, they are leaning too far left, when it is the historical time to lean right. There is agreement over the children, even those now adults, that are known as Dreamers.
Democrats want blanket amnesty for all illegal immigrants, a number that is estimated not to be 800,000 as the Democrats claim, but a number that is estimated to be anywhere from three to eight million. They do not want to stop illegal immigration through stronger borders, though it would be a huge step in stopping further “DACA” type of problems for America.
The Schumer Shutdown may be a costly Democrat gameplay
The American public will likely perceive the Schumer Shutdown as the Democrats fault regardless of their spin and the mainstream media bias. The reality is that the GOP President will sign whatever Congress passes. The GOP House of Representatives continuing resolution with input from some Democrats has already passed.
In the Senate, 90% of the GOP voted in favor of the resolution while 90% of Dems voted to shut the government down. No matter what the spin, the Dems will lose as the shutdown drags on.
They will lose for being incalcitrant. For demanding that the Congress pass full amnesty without restrictions to millions. For demanding that America allow continuing influxes of democrat voters via Chain Migration.
And they will lose by putting non-Americans before Americans.
The Democrat dominoes that torpedos the party
Last week the House Intelligence Committee saw a report regarding the possible ties between the Trump campaign and the Russians. Many members of the House of Representatives have read the report and have said that it is shocking.
Almost all of them are requesting the public release of the report.
According to those who have seen it, the report contains widespread evidence of FISA court abuse. It reaches into “the upper echelon of the Obama DOJ and Comey FBI,” according to Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL).
The report is “profoundly misleading” says Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). Schiff adds it is “a set of talking points drafted by Republican staff attacking the FBI.”
Releasing the memo and providing evidence is important to Americans. If true, the Dems will appear to be less than trustworthy.
The Dems will lose support.
The Democrats shellacking in the 2018 elections.
The statement, “It’s the economy stupid,” has never been truer than in 2018. It has been nearly two decades since the economy grew at more than a 4% annual rate. It’s been 12 years since the economy grew at a 3% annual rate.
The result is the longest period of economic stagnation in US history, with millions of underemployed workers and millions of discouraged workers.
That condition is changing. Since President Trump has been able to impact the economy, GDP has grown at more than 3% rate. The Friday, January 26 figures are likely to show that the economy grew at a 4% annual at the end of last year.
This year economic growth will likely top 5%.
The resulting economic prosperity will increase Americans opportunities and their income.
In upcoming 2018 elections, every GOP candidate will simply say that their opponent voted “against the tax cut, against prosperity and against your higher income.”
The GOP could end up with nearly 60 Senators and a greater majority in the House, as the Dems bleed support.
We need a two-party, representative system.
Since 2010 when Obama had a Congress with a majority in the House and a supermajority in the Senate meaning he needed no input from the GOP, Congress has been deeply divided. That has hampered progress in many areas where compromise should not be that tough.
At this point, it is critical that Democrats become more interested in moving forward with the solutions the country needs today.
The top priority should be the economy. Once America has returned to prosperity, the social problems can be more easily solved. Their goal of resisting the Trump prosperity is a losing position.
If the Dems dig in their heels and concentrate on spending time, effort and money on social problems before strengthening the economy, they will begin their slide to democratic destruction.
Democrats will either put America and her people first, stop playing politics with American’s lives, recognize that a strong economy is good for American and Americans, and stop the social games that have led to the Shumer Shutdown and mar the first anniversary of the Trump campaign.
We need a two-party system. If it’s not the Democrats, another party will rise to take their place.