“Ghost of the future! I fear you more than any Spectre I have yet seen!”

I’m picturing our dear Don, a MAGA muffler around his neck,  laboring alone in the drafty White  House , longing to be with his beautiful children and grandchildren, diligently  about the country’s business on Christmas Eve!

While Schumer Scrooge, on the subject of the wall to protect Americans less fortunate and secure than himself:

Cratchit/Trump: “What (amount) shall I put you down for?”

Scrooge /Schumer: “Nothing!”

C/TYou wish to remain anonymous?”

S/S: “I wish to be left alone! I help to support the establishments I have mentioned,{ traditional ineffectual border control measures} …they cost enough! ”   Scrooge /Schumer resumed his labors with an improved impression of himself…

We can only hope Schumer will experience a visitation form  the Ghost of the Future, showing him a lawless, impoverished America, a polyglot holding pen where once a nation stood!  Would it change him? Nah.  He’s predestined for poor Marley’s fate.

Well-Merry Christmas, President Trump!!  We the People appreciate your labors and sacrifice.

And oh yeah:

God bless us every one!

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4 thoughts on ““Ghost of the future! I fear you more than any Spectre I have yet seen!””

  1. I always think of Byron’s line about Napoleon, written after his fall and imprisonment:

    “He wears the shattered links  of the world’s broken chain.”

    Trump has done his country a tremendous service, broken our chain of political correctness, our gradual slide into acceptance of progressive dogma .  This wall campaign is proof of that, proof that his election was not some freak mistake.

    Back when I first joined a Elsewhere, I wrote that Trump was the Napoleon of American politics, toppling thrones, desecrating altars!  You can imagine how that was received…but so I still say! ( and yes, I do know about the historical Napoleon’s atrocities, his eventual fate, thanks). My point was/ is, he re-ordered the known world.

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  2. Hypatia:
    I always think of Byron’s line about Napoleon, written after his fall and imprisonment:

    “He wears the shattered links  of the world’s broken chain.”

    Trump has done his country a tremendous service, broken our chain of political correctness, our gradual slide into acceptance of progressive dogma .  This wall campaign is proof of that, proof that his election was not some freak mistake.

    Back when I first joined a Elsewhere, I wrote that Trump was the Napoleon of American politics, toppling thrones, desecrating altars!  You can imagine how that was received…but so I still say! ( and yes, I do know about the historical Napoleon’s atrocities, his eventual fate, thanks). My point was/ is, he re-ordered the known world.

    These days, great men of history are judged by late 20th Century morals, by left and right. Was Sulla a monster? Alexander? Caesar? Charlemane? We can make modern arguments for all of them. Judged by their day, these men made big changes to their worlds. Violently.

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