Roll up your pants cuffs. It’s the fashion style for 2018. Why? The shit is really deep that we’re walking in, and if you don’t want to get your pants soiled, you’d better roll up the cuffs and watch you steps (to avoid the mess).
As one astute political observer said this morning, “See what happens when you make friends and mess with the Devil!” He said he personally has lived his life, at all costs, to avoid that fatal error. Woe to he (or she) who doesn’t.
Two points jumped out of my collective subconsciousness this morning: 1. Greed causes individuals to abuse power for personal gain, when it’s really unnecessary and diminishes the public good. 2. The president cannot claim “Executive Privilege” based on the “Cease and Desist” letter from his attorney.
a. Executive Privilege would only apply to acts taken as president.
b. Ex-post facto law is illegal (thus the president cannot do whatever he wants about what he’s done, illegally)
In other words, the shit has gotten really deep. How, for example, can a Cease and Desist letter be written, the precursor of a legal action to prevent use of information or data, when the information is not about the president, but the president’s son? Apparently, the lawyer doesn’t know who his client is. Or, perhaps, he does!
I’m assuming Donald, Jr. is going to somehow utilize the attorney-client privilege to avoid disclosing what he knows as truth. Or, perhaps, plausibly not denying what he does not know to be a lie. Now, we know the intent of Shakespeare observation and words about lawyers.
Then, it’s on to the nuclear threat of North Korea. Imagine saying that North Korea will not be allowed to be nuclearized, when North Korea has demonstrated (1) nuclear events can be created and (2) nuclear events can be created. Who cares about missiles? Don’t you think that there is more than one way of delivering a thermonuclear bomb?
So, why is the Twittering continuing on the subject. Thus, my suggestion: Roll up you pants cuff, keep on walking and making good vibes. The shit we’re walking in is getting deeper.