by Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Col., USA (Ret.), ©2016

(Nov. 9, 2016) — The Founders almost had it right all along! They failed to see the abysmal failure that party politics would presage. When Thomas Jefferson and James Madison differed with Alexander Hamilton over a few, at the time, major issues, they committed a near fatal error. They erred by forming that first opposition political party which in turn spawned that ravaging dinosaur of American party politics, the Democratic Party of Andrew Jackson, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Lyndon Baines Johnson, James Earl Carter, William Jefferson Clinton plus Hillary and ending with the traitorous, arrogant, narcissistic, lying and unqualified nobody from nowhere, the interloper, Barry Soetoro-Obama very commonly identified as Barack Hussein Obama.

However, as badly as we have allowed our political system to be criminally degraded and disgraced, the election of Donald Trump offers an opportunity to begin anew having lost but a tad of our well-earned luster and consequent world standing as a nation that exudes exceptionalism. Most certainly, the free world is going to look to God’s Chosen Republic for leadership to rid the world of those who blaspheme our Creator and Guide, murder everyone who disagrees with their perverted concept of life and living, denigrate and disfigure young women, rape them while they are still pre-pubescent and expect allah to provide them with 72 virgins to be defiled as a godly reward for sacrificing in his name.

To break up the existing policy of lifetime feeding at the public hog trough, term limits must be established for elected public servants, better known as Representatives and Senators; we may just force them to behave as public servants rather than the arrogant Lords and Ladies they have become.

And while we are at it, we must depend on President Trump to insist upon the 115th Congress passing reform legislation to institute a fairer tax system to include repeal of the XVIth Amendment, abolishing of the IRS, and other inefficient and wasteful departments, agencies, offices and bureaus. To reinforce the Federalist concept of government, the XVII amendment must be repealed; even the notoriously socialistic Woodrow Wilson once commented, “I have unwittingly ruined my country,” alluding to Amendment Seventeen, among other errors and changes he pushed through a compliant Democrat Congress during his eight years in office.

Mr. President-elect, if I may be direct and blunt, there are among the inhabitants of the federal bureaucracy a number of traitors who would not be averse to attempt to destroy what they have so far left intact. Our mutually cordial and beneficial relationship with Israel needs some fence-mending. On the contrary, all “agreements’ with the Islamic Republic of Iran demand a thorough investigation. It is more than likely that Obama, Clinton and Kerry and possibly Brennan have undercut our national security.

This may be a most opportune time to take care of some unfinished business before Obama and his ‘handlers’ decide to declare Martial Law.  That could easily be precluded by recommending that General Dunford act first and declare Martial Law over the District of Columbia; he would then be the leader of the entire government and in position to bring ALL the known traitors to justice. Mr. Giuliani is the logical resource to get this accomplished. Obama, being a “Lame Duck” grasping at straws for some semblance of control, poses a potential disruptive threat of great magnitude.

FBI Director Comey may be seeking a way to redeem himself for his previous failure  to take decisive action against the Obama administration. A subtle hint may take the onus off you and make for an easier transition.

This is about all I have to offer at this juncture; I have prayed often and sincerely for your success and now I pray for your safety and well-being, but watch your back. If I can be of any service to the cause, just ask. Though I am ancient and disabled, I should be delighted to be of such service as I am capable. I have ideas aplenty.

Most sincerely and expectant of a renaissance,

Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Colonel, USA (Ret)



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