Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

President McCain: Sacrificing American Lives for Fun and Profit.

Nobody’s Opinion

You have to really ask yourself: How DESPERATE is the deep state when their fear of a President taking America BACK from them, is so great that they got tired of waiting for Daddy Bush to die to hold their great political fanfare: They were SO desperate that they gave a much-hated Senator a funeral fit ONLY for a President, so that all the establishment of the deep state could come forth and spew out their righteous hatred and anger in a manner they THINK the people will certainly be impressed by.

But guess what? We are too busy out spending our new-found cash to give a hoot.

President Trump, by all tradition was right to fly the flag at half mast on the day McCain died and the following: It’s the traditional rule for dying Senators…but noooooooooooooooo….

The deep state babies whined and moaned, and the man from the dead ORDERED his own presidential love fest. Three funerals. Two X Presidents exclaiming how much more virtuous he was than the man in the White House. John got a Presidential service.

If they hadn’t of done so much destruction to the regular man of America, maybe we could feel something besides the usual disgust at the whole bunch of them acting as if their words were SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO important, when, they are not.

You almost had to laugh at the ill timing of Aretha dying, and how the Obama’s must have suffered having to watch the Clintons up on center stage behind the Queen of soul instead of them.

What happened here? The Obama’s were made to attend McCain’s funeral? How did they get that wrong?

I still have visions of George W. actually strutting up to the church podium, taking nasty cuts at Trump: Kissinger rewriting Vietnam AND McCain history along with his own: Obama doing the usual “I, Me, and Me.” smooth speech, taking his digs, and Cindy McCain, spewing out all the hatred she could muster at Trump.

Where was the canned laughter button? 

President Trump has done more for the average American in America than all of them combined. She can express her anger all she wants, that’s a fact.

And her quoting the founders…well that one really got me: Cindy knows about as much about the founders as Oprah….which is, not much.

Virgil on Breitbart summed it up quite well:

Yes, in the Establishment’s collective mentality, the good old days were the time when the U.S. border was open, when trade deals were easy, and foreign wars were being fought.

The Establishment, of course, never cared that, as a result, social chaos was increasing, wages were declining, regions were de-industrializing, and young Heartlanders—not Establishmentarians, of course—were getting killed and maimed overseas. So, when Meghan McCain defined those days as “greatness,” well, that was what the Establishmentarians came to hear. She was patting the big shots on the back, and they were glad for the pat. And John McCain, of course, was the champion of that sort of Beltway bonhomie—and, especially, the bipartisan “fun” of foreign wars.

Tracey’s argument is that McCain-style “neoconservatism,” which can be summed up as invade the world, invite the world, is now a goner. While the Establishment—including plenty of Democrats—loves it, most Americans don’t.

In fact, it’s not surprising that imperial grandiosity plays well in blue Washington, DC, and in New York City; after all, it’s fun to get rich and noble from imperialism. What’s less fun is to be a legionary from some red state, slogging it out in a hostile land, all for the sake of someone else’s ideological empire.

Yes, Virgil—- The old guard of a few rich elites running the poor deplorables into the ground might be coming to an end. They just don’t get why we out here in flyover land aren’t more appreciative of them.

John McCain was NOT a President, and he didn’t deserve a Presidential sendoff.

But maybe, as Virgil said: This was a funeral for the old guard trying desperately to hold on to their vast power and fortunes.

If ONLY.

We can…only hope.

September 2, 2018 - Posted by | American History | ,

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