Dems In House After Nuclear Football

Dear Editor

Just when I thought that things coming out of the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo couldn’t possibly get any crazier and/or scarier they manage to put forth something newer, crazier, and scarier. And this time I mean really scarier.

Three dozen Democrats have signed and submitted a document that calls on the president of the United States, the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the United States, to surrender complete control the use of nuclear arsenal of this country and instead require a committee, a committee, to make the call on its use.

Just to remind people, the definition of a committee is an organism with six or more legs and no brain.

Immediately two questions come to mind on this, both of which makes one ask why do this now?

First, they see an opportunity to expand their power and are striking while the iron’s hot. They have the majority and know if they don’t do it now it may be a while before it comes around again.

Second, why now? The biggest thing that changed is who the president is, at least for now. Is it because they believe Biden is not competent enough to have a finger on the nuclear trigger? Is it because they see this as a way to gut the power of the office of the president if and when they don’t have the majority?

This is a very, very, very dangerous action. As I said, this is an attempt to gut the power of the office of the presidency and shift more power to the legislative branch. In a nutshell this is a blatantly obvious attempt by the (National Socialist) Democrat Politburo to consolidate as much power as possible in the branch of government they believe they have the ability to gain and maintain control of.

To say this is a very dangerous precedent. It is also possible that this is a first attempt to move on the judicial branch of the federal government. A move that will be more obviously signaled by attempts to add more judges to the Supreme Court while they have the necessary majority in the Senate to give it a chance of success. These are dangerous times for the republic, Republicans and conservatives.

I once again repeat the words attributed to founding father Benjamin Franklin when asked what form of government we had, “A Republic, if you can keep it.”

Can we?

Alan Marshall