These three should be next on the chopping block
The Real Power in the White House and Most-Influential
On the administration's first 30 days in office and actions, Bannon had this to say (via NPR) at the CPAC convention, in part. I note: If you watch any of that convention, it will reinforce all the nasty things about conservatives you always thought you knew and then some... pretty pitiful stuff to say the least (esp. from DeVos and Bannon).
1. He called Trump's withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) “...one of the most pivotal moments in modern American history.”
2. He said another top Trump priority would be the “... deconstruction of the administrative state, including rolling back Obama-era government regulations and trade agreements.”
3. He also praised the president's Cabinet picks and said “…they were selected for a reason and that is deconstruction.”
Okay, Bannon, WTF does “deconstruction” really?
1. Does it mean to take America back to the future, say pre-1775?
2. Does it mean that this time around we keep another King in place (Donald XLV instead of George III)?
3. Does it means we willy-nilly toss aside the Constitution and replace it with what – a new version of the Magna Carta?
“Deconstruct” to me and I’m sure many others means “tear down, demolish, destroy, do away with, grind up” and then do what: Reconstruct the nation and all we stand for these past 240 years into the mold of Donald J. Trump with golden towers included.
Bannon has been called the most-dangerous man in America, even far worse than “Dark Dick” Cheney under Bush pulling his strings. I think so since he has the ear of Trump and close to his elbow, and currently on the NSC (where he does not belong at all). Let’s face it, Bannon now is in the highest office of the land – higher than anything he has ever seen, dreamed of, or even been part of in the past.
Now take a look at this and see if you agree up to this point or not about Bannon:
The Great Manipulator
FYI: The NSC and Its Role: The “Principals Committee” led by the national security adviser himself is the body that decides foreign policy issues that do not go to the president directly, but they frame choices and options for those that do go to the President for consideration, possible direct action, or major policy shifts.
It should be noted that veterans of past administrations and members of Congress from both parties have criticized the decision to put Bannon on the “Principals Committee” of the NSC saying that it risked injecting politics into national security. And, that my friends is precisely what we do not need.
What makes it both worse and dangerous is that Bannon more than anyone else has Trump’s ear.
So, in all honesty, Bannon is the menace and Trump is his Dennis.
Bannon has go and anyway possible – by hook or by crook.
You might say, what the hell does that mean? Well, it means exactly what that old English phrase says it means: “By any means necessary should be taken to accomplish a goal or mission or task.” FYI: The phrase was first recorded in the Middle English text “Controversial Tracts” written by John Wyclif in 1380. Anyway applicable, getting rid of Bannon should be a national goal and movement – ASAP.
He has to go, folks, no exceptions.