Happy Election Halloween! And, happy 1-year anniversary, Speaker Ryan.
The man who failed to get second-in-command, specifically because compromise-to-fail-to-win politics don’t work, has his own career in jeopardy for employing the same politics of compromise—or does he?
While reports come in about voter fraud in Texas, and Snopes.com thinks it is likely “user error”, vote fraud in the General Election is unlikely. Obama is probably sending election observers to ensure a proper election for fear of voter fraud either way tarnishing his precious “legacy”, as if his impossible promises hadn’t already tarnished it before he took office. The real place to suspect voter fraud is for the third-in-line: Ryan, who has every reason to lose for retaining the same old Romney-RINO values.
Trump will win, of course, as Pacific Daily Times Symphony Editorials have been predicting since before Ryan became Speaker. The real outcome to distrust is a Ryan victory. That would seem potatoes too small to do anything about, which is all the more reason it should at least be checked out. Now, that’s all speculative; nothing can be confirmed either way, which is a shame. If Ryan wins, it would bring peace of mind to know that he won fair and square. But, the country will have all eyes on the General.
Megyn Kelly proved Howard Beal right: News business is show business. She continued her own script of Trump’s supposed “war on women”. Newt called her out on adding inflammatory language to describe mere allegations. CNN couldn’t give Fox News enough free advertising via airtime, and the Wall Street Journal was sure to report her salary discussions just up the road. Fox has a new fox and the competition just can’t forget about it.
This October 31, we celebrate two holidays: the mixing of pagan and Christian religions when Rome created the hybrid “All Saints Day” to occupy pagan Celtic-Gaelic festivals in the 9th century, and Luther’s posting of 95 theses to purify that pagan mixing seven centuries later. The Reformations led to a divided, yet revived Europe, paving the way for the Puritans and later the Pilgrims. Like old dogs, those sly foxes keep continuing to continue that mixing of unmixables, which they know only fails. But, once again we meet such a time in history when the people no longer buy the lie. America is achieving her own un-mixing of the Compromise-Conservative hybrid in both politics and the Church.
…From Oct 29, 2015