Thursday, September 17, 2015


                     CHAOS REIGNS SUPREME

What a mashup of 15 possibilities.

I'd first eliminate the inexperienced -- 8 years of blundering managerial inexperience and blind ideology is taking the country $10,000,000,000,000 closer to the cliff of insolvency.

That eliminates all senators. Carson's too nice (and inexperienced). Carly's been out of it a while, and Trump showed himself to be a light-weight (and his blame of the Subprime Meltdown/Great Recession on President Bush shows ignorance and Left-leaning propaganda).

The myriad experienced governors seem a little slim in overall knowledge, foreign and domestic.

If foreign affairs are important (duh) that leaves only one.

Here it is as the end of the Debate II:

Only Bush can hit the ground running. He has a great team of people who have "been there, done that" and he seems engaged enough to select the best, experienced proven foreign-affairs advisers early on. Domestically he needs to convince and IMMEDIATELY select Carson as V.P. and chief operating officer of human relations and healthcare. Mild-mannered Carson knows healthcare people and he might be able to extricate the U. S. from a imminent bankruptcy courtesy of the unimaginable morass of government-caused healthcare rules, regulations, restrictions, distrust. Then add Carly as Chief Operating Officer -- Information Systems to get the government out of the 19th Century and into TODAY. They both could have shots at presidency after some governmental experience which would make or break them. Carson can help streamline government to make its delivery of services to us efficient not political and she could automate it all. Some people would lose their jobs and somehow the power of the Democrat unions would have to be broken. Perhaps Walker could be brought in as COO -- union buster. (That might be a joke!) But management at this point in our government's life is the fulcrum with death on the left and life on the right. So to speak.

The federal government is a mess and all by itself could take us down.  Obama tosses a billion here, a hundred million there, over a trillion in bad student loans alone, with NO accountability, management or follow up. It is 100% political and each person he hires is a political agent, "featherbedding," patronage, whatever. But no one is managing any of them.  Anarchy with our trillions.

This election might be our last except for 4 more years of an imbecile with Hillary.

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