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  1. James Madison

    Unfortunately, for Sen. Graham, conservatism is all about the status quo. As a matter of fact, conservatism has been on the wrong side dating back to our Revolution when the Tories sided with the Crown. And it’s been that way ever since. And Trump will do his best to put us back into the 18th and 19th centuries as the Republican party has been always trying to do.

  2. Sue

    oh how I hope this is a true prophecy…tired of marching, but still determined; tired of faxing, calling, tweeting and messaging my (Republican) senators, though every day brings more to say; but mostly tired of feeling the ball of fear and shame in the pit of my stomach growing, as every day drags us further into a dark dank divided world. As a consolation, I wonder if our time with Trump will have served a purpose in the end, by bringing to the fore issues that did need raising, do need consideration and attention: racism, intolerance, inequities… having served as an unlikely lancet, though, i hope he goes soon so we can start the work of carefully examining and reshaping our shattered national psyche. yeah, another stupid dreamer, I guess…

    • James Madison

      There are those of our ilk who keep hoping and praying that Trump will be taken out of office by any means possible. But I keep reminding them that if that happens, we’ll end up with Pence. And I for one, do not relish the idea of living in a “Christian” Theocracy. And Pence knows how government works and can use it for his nefarious goals. Then, there’s Paul Ryan. I’m saying that with this chain of command, our country is screwed.