Category Archives: In Practice et seq

Oh So Very Romney….

Hiding under the cover of faith is one of the most spineless of defenses particularly when the Faithful’s actions are antithetical to the very scriptures they claim to be their guiding light. Romney’s use of selective reverence is a common theme occurring throughout his business and political career and has always failed for him and here’s why: words are never sufficient to mask or insulate anyone from the consequences of their actions.

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Impeachment – Broadcasting Despiration Politics!

No surprises here; the Democrats earned their failure in the most hopelessly tragic way possible; instead of working to draw a positive distinction on policy the drew instead upon the parallel of desperation distinguishing themselves by the extremes of mockery and barbaric stupidity. The fact that not one single Senate Democrat broke ranks in deference to the U.S. Constitution illustrates just how calculated their remarkable spinelessness is.

It’s patently clear, the Democrats used wet-paper-plate standards and by doing so handed the Republicans a certain victory. Hell, even the most thallic politician of all (perhaps ever), Mitt Romney (R-UT), couldn’t manage to step away from his brooding and terminal whimpishness to even approach, not even remotely, a selfless act of courage or observable act of character.

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Legitimizing the Illegitimate:

It is, or at the very minimum it should be, concerning that the continuation of the Impeachment Process is suspending if not outright defeating a fundamental and irrefutable truth: Having no single crime identified or otherwise supporting or appending either of the recorded Articles of Impeachment the entire process is moot if not unceremoniously unconstitutional. This is known and has been established as an undeniable fact.

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Schiff, Nadler & Pelosi’s New American Democracy Doctrine:

Interference, by the American Voter, with the election process will not be tolerated!

Only the self-anointed has jurisdiction over such matters.

At some point I do believe we should insist that the dilutional processes must end.

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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Happy New Year 2018!

At each ending appears an option, a New Beginning. In the end one ultimately arrives at the defining cross-road; do I dare the seemingly impossible or do I surrender. The great ruse of mankind is to believe there is a middle ground, that there is a state of sufficient, acceptable or consensus: they don’t exist, they’re only illusions of the human mind set about to anesthetize the individual into believing both that arrival is unnecessary and effortless. In the animal/human kingdom stasis is simply not feasible, it’s not real.

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