Joy Pullman further enlarges my enlargement of Steyn’s original “pardon everybody” suggestion for Trump.
A savvy embattled leader will prepare for all possible outcomes, and make war on all fronts possible. Democrat leadership doesn’t only do that because they have evil ideology and character. They do it because it works.
That means right now President Trump needs a skunkworks team coming up with as many political land mines as possible to embed in the landscape if Republicans are forced to retreat from the White House in January. Going on offense will also open new fronts so Democrats cannot exclusively focus on swaying the North Carolina and Georgia Senate races to obtain unobstructed control of Congress and the presidency.
I’ve got a few ideas that will open new offensive fronts and occupy Democrat time and resources, as well as deprive them of their public veneer of legitimacy that is crucial to the population quietly accepting their claims at face value, to the clear detriment of our nation and its future.
Follows, a list of twelve ideas, of which the last is my personal fave.
12. Get American Soldiers Home by Christmas
On Monday, President Trump fired and replaced Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Since Trump has been the only president in decades to not start a new foreign war, and his own staff have been blocking his policy of not making U.S. taxpayers fund the security of foreign nations, he should get it done already.
It’s been 20 years. We’re done in Iraq and Afghanistan. Give America and the troops a Christmas present. If Biden ultimately reverses the decision or starts a new war, he can make Democrats own their new status as the party that stands for wasting American blood and treasure.
Bonus: when Trump establishes his White House In Exile in the Republic of Texas, he’s gonna need some soldiers to clear out the shitlib rat’s nest in Austin beforehand. Gee, think a company or three of overburdened and underappreciated combat vets suddenly brought home in time to spend Christmas with their families might be grateful enough to lend a hand with that worthy undertaking right after the holidays?