Loyalty, well held to fools, does make our faith mere folly

Posted: April 28, 2017 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

The Kakistocracy

There are some who are loyal to principles, others who are loyal to people. And then there are an elite who rise to power unweighted by either. Though occasionally even those driving the West to Chappaquiddick could find some use from the small sentiments of small people.

Those obligations, or loyalties, would at times prove advantageous for a Trump administration that has periodically appeared devoid of them. Nationalists, populists, and mainstream working/middle class whites put Trump into office. This over the goggle-eyed apoplexy of jews, neocons, and globalist CEOs. So you can imagine which whisperers and agendas Trump has embraced in victory. Yes, I imagine you can.

Serving the principles of his campaign or the people whom he beseeched for support simply hasn’t been useful for a man so intensely attuned to the opinions on cable chatter shows. But there’s one topic where loyalty to people, principles, and even politics…

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