Hated and Legislated

There’s no greater horror for legislators than doing their jobs.  At least we agree on something.  The notion of them working also repulses the public, as a busy legislature is one usually finding a way to infringe on rights for the purported benefit of those they laughably claim to represent.  Please stop helping us.

They should get busy just this once.  As a numerical matter, this mob could gang up on its foe at the other end of the street.  But all 535 of them would rather be stuffed into lockers.

It should be easy to bully a president, especially one so universally loathed for his unique commitment to rudeness.  Congress could absolutely keep the executive pouting on the sideline, which should be the whole fun of the job.  Yet they meekly defer to his whims in the exact sort of deference he’d never show.  He doesn’t get irony, either.

Countering his wishes should be beyond easy.  The clown collective doesn’t even have to invent a reason.  Maybe that change of pace frightens them. They hope nobody discovers the rulebook.  Congressional powers are all written down, which may surprise people ostensibly elected to defend the document.

Even the media cycle’s in their favor.  It’s easier to focus on one guy, which says wonderful things about our attention spans.  Pardon me while I search for a video of a dog whose behavior resembles humans, as long as it’s under seven seconds.

Congress could simultaneously stand up for itself and the nation. Instead, its as if the biggest branch enjoys being shoved around.  It’s like they didn’t learn anything from Back to the Future.  The collective can only be pushed around if it allows the bullying, which suggests they’re as masochistic as we expected.

Party adherents are big fans of dictators as long as the goons display the proper labels.  The urge to dominate is all about benevolence. Barack Obama was cool as he turned America into a collective, which made his despotism inspirational.  But cuss about similar goals, and that particularly bossy party is suddenly cool with checks and balances.  As with everything else Democrats believe, it’s only true in theory.

Oh, look: there’s a way to stop this pouting ghoul everyone says is on a rampage.  Command economy enthusiasts claim they are suddenly not into letting one person determine everything since Donald Trump is Rude Hitler.  Only certain people are allowed to tell us how to live by fiat.

Because of the other elected branch’s inveterate fear of going on the record, Trump will use the Space Force to wage a trade war that everyone will lose.  Everyone’s opposed to patronizing tariffs.  Conservatives note government protecting us from what to buy helps in the same way that pushing grandmas in front of buses saves brake pad wear.

Meanwhile, Democrats embrace open commerce because Trump doesn’t, which is a silly yet effective way to get them to believe in something useful.  The only other common interest is a refusal to stop a president who’s being as impractical as he is autocratic.

Who wants to be a firefighter?  It should be a fun job, what with saving the day and getting to chop stuff.  The current chance at heroism is something that you’d think attracts job applicants.  The techniques exist to extinguish a blaze rumored to be consuming the Constitution.  But those who volunteered for the brigade let the conflagration continue. They claim work rules prohibit them from turning on hoses.

All it would take is nerve to stop the flames, so forget it.  Legislators can’t make sure they get first approval, as they would then be accountable.  That’d be a horrid example for us.

None of the courageous stalwarts want their names attached to anything, even if it’s one of hundreds.  John Hancock would box their ears. The notion of actually doing something is as frightening to them as people getting to spend their own paychecks.  It’s bad enough they allowed taxes to lower as if money doesn’t belong to the collective. Now, they’re supposed to go along with or stop an executive’s ambitions?  That doesn’t sound like our system.

If nothing else, Congress provides a bad example from which to learn. Their inherent cravenness offers a reminder that government embodies everything America doesn’t.  Personal responsibility is antithetical to centralized power, as seen by how those who embrace the latter duck the former.

The legislature doesn’t want to legislate, as that would mean doing something.  Work is the only thing they avoid more than liability. If stopping a coarse wannabe tyrant won’t inspire them to sweat through a shift, nothing will.

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Go Fight Yourself

Let’s not brawl.  For one, my adorable face is an ATM and I don’t want to stop the free flow of cash with fist marks.  More importantly, combat won’t solve our mutual needs.  Let’s just sell each other stuff, then use the proceeds to buy hockey tickets and watch the pros punch.

Any businessman worried about beating others isn’t focused on performance.  Who cares what external twits are doing?  Competition should focus on striving to top oneself.  Try to be even cooler, if that’s possible.

But individual merit is now despised by competing collectives.  Both major political collectives now view free markets as nature documentaries where a leopard clamps down on a yak’s throat or whatever.  The only distinction is who each finds sympathetic.  Check if you’re cheering for the tyrannical baron or coal-streaked proles.

True fans of economic porn should be indifferent to the result.  The freedom to negotiate is the point, not any particular outcome.  But that means too much liberty, and we elected Trump to save us.  Don’t be an ingrate and reject his magnanimous guidance about which companies deserve his generous favors.

Corporations can’t rip anyone off unless customers let them.  Unfettered capitalism just means more outposts desperate for cash, so make them dance for you nickels.  Humans get to shop elsewhere as a byproduct of free will.  People who think the government offers discounts are horrified by the option.  Some of us have never interacted with any federal agency, ever, and were also born five minutes ago.

All you need is a law.  More regulations and semi-nationalization combine to provide a good product at a fair cost.  Then order cake to make you lose weight.  We shouldn’t have to explain that government is to life as meth is to teeth.  That said, we shouldn’t have to list the reasons why socialism has caused misery every time it’s been tried, so at least we’re used to exasperation.  State planning is football without a foe, and Roger Goodell’s ultimate dream should be seen as the insult to enjoyment that it is. There won’t be a winner this way.

Commerce is characterized as decadent in a society that resulted from it because ingratitude is humanity’s way.  Democrats demonizing those who sell us every item we have at agreeable prices have it all figured out.  Why work to make customers happy when you can win elections?  They’re right to condemn caring for one’s own needs as a monstrous insult to those who don’t believe in working to buy food. I wish contemporary pinkos could loathe Iran as much as they do Americans trying to sell quality goods.

Demanding that someone be deemed victorious is also part of the new Republican look.  Opposing trade deals that allow Americans to compete with the rest of Earth is merely the most prominent shameful display.  We need protection from mean and sneaky foreign powers who like selling us things cheaply.

The obsessive need to seek affirmation through purported victory defines the party’s Trump version.  This White House’s flunkies pretend they’re for free enterprise by cheering for those who receive bribes. Don’t worry: it’s not a crime as long as a bureaucrat inked a stamp.

Purported capitalists are playing along with stereotypes.  Vigorous intervention is not helping mock liberals who treat finance as villainy.  You’d think a big business success would inspire our president.  But that’s only if you’re sweet enough to think he’s as rich as claimed.

Our excitable president’s record of transactional success would be fantastic were it as impressive as he claims.  For someone who sees business as a chance to vanquish foes, he sure hasn’t left as many corpses as you’d expect.  Empty Trump Ice bottles don’t count.

Both parties should benefit from a trade.  Neither political party agrees. Ostensible free exchange backers who can’t grasp the concept are too busy establishing dominance by owning the libs.  Seeing life as an endless brawl has to get exhausting.  At least I’m winning, I thought as I took inventory of what chunks were missing.

This is no time to cooperate.  Start slapping on behalf of a president who acts like winning is a goal in itself and governs accordingly.  This is just what he planned to do, at least if you asked him.  The act of obtaining electoral votes was supposed to be the start.  Now, it’s the point.

His predecessor also cited winning as an example of effectiveness in one of those supremely airtight cases.  Barack Obama’s precedent is one those completely different ways that turns out to be the same.  Look which presidents have something in common!  Tell fans of either to enjoy the reaction.  Meanwhile, nobody wins to leave us alone.

Hoped and Changed

Thriving ingrates show a free society’s greatest strength.  Its greatest critics profit off proclaiming how mean it is to have to be useful. Take how lucky that last president is to get rich by bitching about the poor.

Television producer and erstwhile part-time president Barack Obama did his part to make as many people broke as possible for job security.  He’s lucky he didn’t have to earn while he was in office, as he would’ve starved if he lived in the meddling nation he attempted to establish.  Once again, his ineptness works to his benefit.

Good fortune has glued itself to a bad president.  It’s been that way his whole life, so why stop now?  A few years of retirement haven’t stop him from bitching about how unfair this cruel country.  I agree in the sense that he’s gotten more than he deserves.

What got ruined worse?  Those still mopping up debate.  A guy who bitched about everything he inherited sure left a minefield in his wake. It’s generous to provide bad examples from which to learn.

It turns out the honor system doesn’t keep villains from spinning their nefarious centrifuges.  The Iran deal trusted our worst enemy with American taxpayer cash, which to be fair is only like the seventh-worst mandatory waste of cash he managed.

Of course, he was tougher on those closest.  The embodiment of oblivious cushiness always knew what’s best for us, which I wish he also believed about the mullahs.  Worst of all, Obama enabled Donald Trump to appear heroic just by reversing course.

We could only wish that the Democrat who gave us the mouthy bottled water pitchman loathed the Legion of Doom as much as he does his fellow citizens. I don’t mean of the globe, either: he technically has an American passport.

Obamacare is like tweeting: it exists yet it doesn’t.  The quack didn’t get the single-payer after which he lusted, which is one of those unanswered prayers for which he’ll never be grateful.

It’s hard to reverse his health interdictions on account of bitching from journalistic sycophants that people buying their own insurance means sick babies die.  Oh, and the ostensibly Republican president has praised federal insurance when he’s managed to be coherent.  At least Obama can feel bad about who agrees.

I miss having a cool president who copied homework between classes. The incumbent doesn’t write anything down in favor of improvising his oral essay.  You can judge the effectiveness yourself.  Regardless, putting in the work seems so antiquated by example.  Life would’ve been a lot easier for Obama if his ideas weren’t as atrocious as buying BlackBerry stock this week.

Operating like a dictator is easier than convincing people.  The latter was supposedly his strength, but he really just wanted to be bossy.  The gift of perspective still eludes him, which at least kept him from getting all he wanted.  Naturally, Obama ended up being a rather limp tyrant.

Thanks to the last guy, Trump is playing by the rules.  It’s easy thanks to Obama’s dedication to exploiting executive orders.  Just match him signature for signature.  Our present president adores autographing anything with his beautiful name, so canceling out the last guy leads to an easy life.

As always, Obama is actually lucking out by not getting the deepest desires of his heart.  Reversal is his legacy, which is an inadvertent blessing for him along with the rest of the world.  The pain of pinko indulgences was minimized by his inability to get bills passed or do anything but mope, and yet he should be the opposite of frustrated.

Taunt to cope.  Never let the all-time charlatan’s fans forget what suckers they were for a politician, of all people.  At least don’t fall for a creepy cult leader who did everything he could to diminish a nation he thought sucked until it made its citizens buy crummy insurance.

The lickspittles really thought they were getting an inspirational leader, which is like hoping for a calm online discussion about whose hometown offers the finest barbeque.  Obama was perfect for people who don’t pay attention, as they presumed his shtick was all it took to make Heaven redundant.  The same people think socialism means coming together to help.

Obama would hate himself were he someone else.  He’s got quite the stockpile of impossible wealth, especially for someone who never technically earned it.  Check his record of vainly pulling the proper levers in the Presidential Control Room.

Netflix is the perfect place for Obama to get his first job, as broadcasts are as ethereal as his significance.  The emptiest president possible copes with vacancies in his presidential library.  It’s like many office buildings during his presidency.  Struggling to fill the space is the most fitting tribute for Obama.  As an empty suit was full of it.

Idea Deficit

People who eat food will never make up the deficit from buying all those groceries.  Sure, you got delicious provisions which staved off hunger while providing the energy to continue existing.  But the supermarket got money out of it, which makes it seem like they ripped us off.  Getting hungry again means they’re going to exploit us even more.  They’ll be wealthy and all we’ll get is to be not starving.

Well, I guess avoiding death is worthwhile.  We get something from trade. Whatever that something is may be interesting to the involved parties, but the point is it’s valuable to them.  The fact we have to explain this explains the present.

There’s not a deficit if you buy something.  As a hint, look at the item you now possess.  I know the missing money hurts, but that’s what a trade is.  Next, explain to Donald Trump how the cashier isn’t stealing from you.  The purchaser wouldn’t have given up currency for a thing without finding it valuable.  Also, a dollar may in fact be worth more than a comparable piece of paper.

The principle of getting cool junk back applies even to countries. There’s no reason to get upset about how much we send to other nations in exchange for things.  That’s unless we’re trying to rip them off, and that wouldn’t be good for international relations. Buying their offerings best sort of foreign aid, as inferior non-American countries have to make our stuff inexpensively without experiencing the joy of ample amendments or Super Bowls.

Selling out is the worst sort of transaction.  It’s astounding how principles change when party labels get inverted.  Democrats are suddenly upset that the government is meddling with financial interaction, which shows how irony can be more valuable than any item.  You’d think they resided in Chicago, Austria based on how fiercely they defend open markets against that dang protectionist Trump.  All it took for them to admit their own ideas are nonsensical is a president they despise holding them.

Meanwhile, Republicans now think patriotism means embracing a powerful government that keeps dim citizens from getting fleeced.  Fellow alpha males wait for Trump to announce what he believes that minute so they can agree wholeheartedly.

It’s beyond cute to think this deal is artful.  Trump wants you to think there’s some genius strategy of issuing preposterous remarks to sucker the other negotiator.  The dubious claim would be slightly more plausible if he hadn’t constantly praised trade wars for years.  But I’m sure he’s only fibbing to trick others.  Doubting him is disloyal.  Wait until you experience the joy of purchasing without the president telling you what’s on your list.

The supposed revolutionary president sure is wed to ideas from decades ago.  It’s his only marriage that lasts.  Trump’s really changing things up by sticking with wholly discredited ideas from the 1930s and 1980s.  He selflessly needs to protect America from those sneaky foreigners and their affordable goods.

Fears about an Asian economic powerhouse surpassing aren’t quite novel. He’s switched from fretting about Japan to becoming a cranky grandpa railing against the Chinese.  He’s only prejudiced against commerce.

Many trade deals are one-sided.  Don’t tell them we’re the side that’s fortunate.  Its the loss of stupid countries if they inflict tariffs on their pitiful subjects.  We still get to buy what we wish while they don’t have access to our awesome goods, so they can keep suffering.  They probably don’t have Sonic, either.

Bitching about fairness is this era’s way of showing appreciation. Gracelessly argue with merchants in order to get the best bargains. A president dedicated to insulting whoever doesn’t like him sets the tone.  Rising above invective is portrayed as weakness, so argue with countries who make life affordable to teach them a lesson.

To be a millionaire, get a million dollars.  Everything’s so obvious to those obsessed with establishing smartness.  Our brainiac overlords never thought to check what we get in return for purported trade deficits.  A guy with a history of sticking his name on shoddy junk doesn’t grasp getting value back.

We can negotiate ourselves.  That’s the free market’s point.  At least half the major parties used to pretend to respect that.  Now, we have to beg Republicans to stop helping us, as well.  Those interested in buying property hope Trump will stop harassing on our behalf.  Maybe it’ll work if we claim he inspired us.

Why is the paper clip factory idling?  Trump acolytes lament lost manufacturing jobs after claiming the unemployment rate can’t get any lower.  They may as well moan about buggy whip craftsmen rendered homeless.

Some jobs are more economically viable for machines or Second World hellholes to staff.  Fear of losing what’s obsolete is the most fearless way to move into the future. The president decided on our behalf we’re getting ripped off on merchandise we voluntarily acquire.  There sure are lots of casualties for winning a trade war.

Alphabetized Males

Any restaurant billing itself as world-famous isn’t.  On a related note, purported alpha males totally aren’t overcompensating for insecurity.  Announce something clearly evident just to confirm.  Prove you’re a leader of men by adulating one guy for whom you were lucky enough to vote.  Try to be subtle about sniffing the crotch.

Our president has spent decades crafting an imitation of what a rugged tough guy is supposed to be like, which we should hope our enemies don’t realize.  Donald Trump is so fake in his assertiveness that it’s embarrassing, which should be the most obvious thing ever said about politics.  Does anyone think this is for real?

A convincing con just takes a commitment to blatantness.  To be fair, he’s only been this way his entire adult life, so why would anyone notice just yet?  Please feel welcome in our world, where a craftily-framed Snapchat can make your horrifying life seem fun.

Trump’s sensitive feelings are news to those who fantasize about leaving the Republican Party because everyone else is mean to him.  He commandeered the party like a true alpha dog.  Sure, he’s flailed while whining about these dang checks and balances that someone really should have informed him about before he started winning primaries.  But he’s just afraid you won’t like him, so maybe sit with him at lunch and try to get to know him.

Or, just write him off as a jerk.  Any amateur remotely interested in psychology could’ve pointed out the preening decades ago.  Slapping his name on everything, in gold if possible, is surely a sign of someone as happy as he is healthy.  And bonking as many women as possible who look like they dated Hugh Hefner in 1987 is quite secure.  We should remain impressed by bedding porn stars, especially while keeping a wife waiting.

Who needs church?  Pray in front of the White House.  It’s hard to separate government and religion when government is your religion. At least one party used to pretend to not worship in Washington.  But self-professed tough guys speak of a rather mortifying term-filler as savior. They reverently whisper of how he didn’t need to be president but selflessly took Earth’s most powerful job to redeem us.  If that’s not loud enough, look for paintings of him heroically staring into the distance as their Twitter header photos.

Life seems really pleasant thanks to the prevalence of thinking jerkiness pays off.  I agree that being born into wealth and profession is the way to go, so be really rude about those who didn’t try it.  If you think Trump’s attitude creates success, don’t check any of his boasts.  Actually doing it is the hard part, so give our poor executive a break.  You try making people enjoy throwing away money at blackjack tables in Atlantic City.

Neither reviving Herbert Hoover nor shtupping Playmates is Trump’s greatest offense.  Even worse, he’s giving credence to the horrifying idea that mouthy confrontation is effective.  That’s not what a bunch of raging faux brutes need to hear as advice.  It was wise of him to face Hillary, just as you should have found cable networks to prop you up.  Bluster is accomplishment in these fulfilling times.  Sure, there’s nothing brawny about mouthing off because someone else hurt your feelings.  But it’s nice to vent.

Not every Trump supporter uses him as a proxy for insecurities.  Many voters are far more practical than he claims to be.  Politics is nothing more than deciding who is marginally less contemptible. Those who think he was the less horrible option are accustomed to rolling their eyes over the latest sordid tale of bonking an ardent consumer of bleach and plastic while being glad for a tax cut.  You can appreciate the intermittent accomplishments without being impressed by his dedication to adultery.

Why not try a new hobby if the present one doesn’t bring joy?  Many people who try genital-swinging to relax seem to only grow more miserable.  Perhaps try acting like a rugged male instead of announcing it.  Those who think they’re proving they embody masculinity probably shouldn’t follow another guy with stars in their eyes.  That especially means not doing so for a politician and even more specifically this one.  The Manhattan real estate tycoon is one of you.

Attitude Adjustment

TrumpitudeIs demeanor important?  It’s a question common among those tired of the cussing at state dinners.  The president has plenty of attitude, which is why genie wishes have to be phrased delicately.  Old fogeys want him to seem presidential, at least in the traditional sense of the word.  Be careful about who you elect, as he gets to redefine the standard.

It’s tough to praise someone who kicks ankles in response to you smiling while waving.  Why won’t you let us love you?  The president’s ardent fans urge us to separate the shtick from the accomplishments.  Call it the Bill Clinton Standard, hopefully minus ignoring terrorism while getting hummers from zaftig interns.

Antics distract from yards gained.  Sports fans find it easy to forget that delicate loudmouth Odell Beckham Junior is good at catching footballs.  Similarly, Donald Trump’s flailing limbs distract from his achievements.  To be fair, he balances out good things like letting you keep more of your money with trade wars that devour the savings.

The president is using his bitchy temper to his advantage, according to same president.  He has it all planned out if the next 10 seconds counts.  I’m sure getting people to react to his insanity is totally by design.  He sure seems to contemplate every move.  Our incumbent inspires youths to stop thinking ahead, as it’ll just lead to some dull non-presidential career.

The only trouble with keeping it so real is topping oneself.  But our president is surely plotting even bigger surprises.  Trump will scare our enemies by eating his own shoe, which is the only prediction I feel comfortable making about next year.  His bold footwear gambit will aid his reelection, although he’ll mostly luck out when Democrats nominate Cynthia Nixon as his 2020 foe.

It’s beneficial to snip at everyone.  Or at least it better be, as we’d otherwise be sick of it all about seeing fellow humans as targets.  Snarling with the presumption that Earth deserves your snark really seems to spur happiness.  Did I mention I hate your guts?

To be fair to President Trumpitude, he might spur global peace if someone is caught off-guard by being flipped off.  The middle finger is only insulting in certain cultures, so Trump’s angry gesturing may confuse enough foes that they may not be prepared for his anger offensive. As a kid, did you have anyone in your neighborhood who was so obnoxious that you hung out with him just to shut him up?  That’s how fellow nations feel at least through 2020.  Dang, he’s gonna break their He-Man guys.

It remains to be seen whether acting rudely intimidated the Norks.  Shrewd observers know they must check results instead of just proclaiming things are better, which is one of those tricky things that’s nonetheless necessary.  Barack Obama is cool without confirming. But I don’t want to be too cynical about preferring events over promises.  Kim Jong-un has never been known to break a promise, so peace is on its way.

Feel free to note Trump had more birthdays than any other president at inauguration, as that doesn’t affect maturity.  Acting like he’s older than four is a big part of the job.  It’s true even if the president’s most ardent fans claim supermarket tantrums actually advance his agenda.  The worst part is if it’s true.

The nation shouldn’t have to brace when the head of state wrests his phone away from Kellyanne Conway.  Also, the president should know which words are and aren’t capitalized.  Bragging about his giant brain befits a precocious kindergartener.

It might be good to have someone who’s commander-in-chief not be provoked by trifling attacks.  Trump holds the sort of job where you may face criticism.  Some think his snarling means he handles it well.  America is guided by a 71-year-old who thinks toughness means calling anyone who dislikes him a low-energy loser.  How are our times going?  Many agree with him.

You know elections are going well when so many voters find the president’s whining about mean jerks who hurt his feelings refreshing.  It’s about time to learn there are always going to be critics, including many who are cruel.  Real class is ignoring the chatter and doing one’s job anyway.  Instead, a lack of dignity is now classified as heroic.  Get down to their level for effective brawling.  You’ll dominate the sewer.

Trump needs to act like an adult.  The need to note this about the president explains everything about 2018.  But what if he can be effective despite and perhaps because of chronic crankiness?  The only obstacle is the lack of results.  It turns out getting anything done is tough when you’re quietly proficient.  Forget coping with scowling.  Those who actually fell for his act have to pretend it helps.  It’s not going to help their outlook.

Always Never, Maybe

Believing in concepts may astound those who let a guy decide what they think.  I suppose that’s a principle in its way.  Yet some stubborn folks don’t even let a mouthy dreamboat lead dance steps.

We’ve had every chance to genuflect before a real man like real men.  The faded Never Trump notion nonetheless outlasted a fad and even that one election because concepts persevere regardless of popularity.

Adherence may seem tough when popularity is itself presented as an idea, but that just means more people who self-identify as worth avoiding.  Contemplating what it means to not support his candidacy deep into his second year may be for dorks.  It’s conservatives’ fault for sticking to thinking.

There are always different kinds of never.  Be sure to differentiate between the faction that knows which federal programs it loathes and the one out to prove they don’t obey one guy by disobeying everything he says.  Liberty fans don’t wish to associated with Washington Post clowns copying and pasting the Democratic Party platform into blog posts.  If your beliefs overlap with a typical Vox underling, you’re looking for a different club.

Get Trump to read an Obama speech just for the fascinating study of how much cadence matters.  The incumbent might enjoy it just to see how his minions will agree with literally anything he says.  I’d finally be entertained during this era of fealty to quasi-kings.  Principles stay the same regardless of associated names.  I hate the same stupid attempts to run our lives no matter who spews them.

You have to endorse either cancer or AIDS.  Some purported sophisticates claim there many choices that are not in fact binary.  But it’s little fun having to see multiple characteristics in single individuals.  How could one person be two things?  Your eggheaded sorcery treats humans as complex, and the White House tries to dissuade exterior egos.

Fight until the death of integrity.  The Fox News take on the world certainly seems to spread tremendous happiness, which we’ll enjoy once we stop throwing steak knives at each other.  You may notice there’s there’s one side presently being left out, which doesn’t seem fair.  But who wants to hear why something’s constitutional when there’s owning going on?  Liberals condemning tariffs because of who pimps them would be funnier if purported conservatives didn’t take the other side.

There is ample joy in acting as if we’ve been assigned teams, at least according to those who enjoy being directed.  Capriciousness makes each day exciting.  We’ve been blessed with a president who frequently detours from scripts, although he presumably stuck to his lines in Home Alone 2.  It almost seems as if there’s more to beliefs than checking which party tattoo you have.

I would never suggest that another faith’s central figure is capable of error.  It’s true whether it applies to Buddha, Joseph Smith, or whichever president has ascended into the Oval Office chair.  But our insolent boldness is designed to make him even more awesome.  A careful constitutional perusal indicates it’s legal to criticize any branch and may in fact add a bit of balance that coincides with the document’s spirit.  Separating church and state is a challenge when voting for someone who seems so messianic.

Even the biggest political religious kooks should want to hold their guy accountable, especially when the faith in question took 20 trillion dollars of involuntary contributions and turned it into kindling. It’s insubordinate of me to suggest the guy who thought the USFL could take on the NFL is capable of being incorrect.

I still call for the revolutionary notion of praising Trump depending on the issue.  If he’s having a rare bout with clarity, I cheer as much as I’m willing for a politician.  When he reverts to the default mode of oafish creeping authority, I’ll comfortably boo.  Wasn’t the whole point that he’s not an ideologue?  In that case, his fans should be happy to judge him from moment to moment.  He does the same depending on whoever praised him last.

There are outlets for those kneeling before Trump and those flipping him off if you worried the spectrum wasn’t spanned.  Astute political observers note everyone gets their say but government foes.  You may know them as conservatives.  It’s easy to forget a species that’s on the verge of extinction, although some of us are cute enough to star in manipulative commercials. We’re supposed to criticize him precisely because he’s a trainee. Trump’s omniscient except for everything he doesn’t know.