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Throw “the Bum Out!”

February 27, 2018

Though American audiences at baseball games are vocal and can be heard to say “Throw the bum out,” we’re not hearing a call from Congressional Republicans to throw out “the Bum in Chief.”

We learned recently that the bum in chief’s attorney paid hush money to a sexual companion of “the Bum in Chief,” the second such payment on record. And there are all those women who accuse “the Bum in Chief ” for a variety of sexual improprieties.

Then, there is his ignorance  of government to consider, his very low job approval rating, and, well, “the Bum in Chief ” needs a comedown, quick, before he destroys the GOP.

Maybe the GOP can’t be saved.

After all “the Bum in Chief ” bested all the GOP aspirants in 2016. That suggests that there is much too much dead wood in the GOP ranks.

But, what can we do?

It’s really quite simple. Start a new Party.

Call it the National Conservative Party and run as Republicans and NCP candidates. It’s almost too late to organize that for 2020–even if that lineup of dead wood in the Congressional ranks knew what they were doing.

So, we’ll have to look to the States where there may be a Governor who is principled, well-liked, and committed to the good of the country.

I like Rick Scott of Florida, but he’s planning to run for the Senate.

Eric Greitens of Missouri has just been indicted for blackmail related to a sexual impropriety.

Former Kansas Governor, Sam Brownback, is a bomb thrower, but he was confirmed as Ambassador at Large for Religious Freedom at the U.S. Department of State.

Hey Sam, what about the freedom of your fellow Americans?

The Governor Alabama is a woman, Kay Ivey.

The Governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, formerly served as Homeland Security Secretary.

The Governor of Idaho is retiring but has a terrific first name, “Butch” Otter.

The Governor of Maine, Paul LePage, is a possibility. “As Maine goes, so goes the nation.”

Or maybe Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan. What say you, Rick?

Okay, stand up Governor. I know you’re out there.  Let’s see what you’re made of.

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