Mr. T. Fails to Run the Government

Check out Trump Lets Key Offices Gather Dust Amid ‘Slowest Transition in Decades’ and ask yourself how a country elects a fellow who is incapable of measuring up to the requirements of his chosen position.

The article details the president’s inability to appoint 500 people required to keep his governmental departments running. Mr. T. and his minions apparently believe that the government functions without people. And don’t care to nominate anyone to fill the second and third levels needed by a now near silent State Department, or the Pentagon, with “military missions in some of the world’s most troubled places” now “being run by a defense secretary who has none of his top team in place”, along with departments such as Health and Human Services, Treasury, and Commerce, leaving these and other important departments lacking in leadership.

Void. Perhaps the operative term for Mr. T’s presidency. Void.

And then again, maybe there is a strategy behind this lack of performance, S. Bannon’s so-called “deconstruction of the administrative state.” Deconstruction? Good lord, man, what are you, a French intellectual from the later decades of the last century? Deconstruction? Don’t you mean destruction?

Not sure where all that is coming from but you should be ashamed of yourself for foisting such gibberish on a simple fellow like Mr. T.


Trump budget expected to seek historic contraction of federal workforce

Aides say that the president sees a new Washington emerging from the budget process, one that prioritizes the military and homeland security while slashing many other areas, including housing, foreign assistance, environmental programs, public broadcasting and research. Simply put, government would be smaller and less involved in regulating life in America, with private companies and states playing a much bigger role.

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