Can They Pretend They Don’t See?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind. Bob Dylan
How many times must a president tell a lie, before we know he isn’t truthful? How many times must a president display incompetence, before we see him as incompetent? How many times must a republican congress ignore the presidential unfitness, before they declare him unfit? The answers, my friend, are blowing in the wind. Apparently enough politicians aren’t willing or capable of grabbing those answers. Are they being unwilling or incapable is the crucial issue. Incapable means not able to know the answers to what is wrong. Unwilling means knowing what is wrong but not admitting it.
The answers that are blowing in the wind are maybe being caught by others who are not in The White House or in Congress. How many times can the public observe unfitness, unwillingness and/or incompetence in government before they can see? Current events suggest that now may be the time. Maybe, finally, too much is too much.
It seems obvious that the voting public can no longer wait for the elected politicians to wake up and see. Democracy is supposed to be of the people, by the people and for the people. The people are soon to be given a chance to make democracy become real.
We may have reached a time when too many times has occurred. Voters may be catching the answers in the wind and voting accordingly. We will see.