Democratic Party always proves Einstein’s point

Like England, Mexico couldn’t resist dictating much too sternly/cruelly to the people in the western part of this country … especially those in Texas. Thus the Mexican army slaughtered those Americans at the Alamo.

Then, a short time later, and in retaliation, Sam Houston’s people wiped Santa Ana’s whole Mexican army out in only 18 minutes. Santa Ana’s losing meant that Mexico also lost about one third of what is now the United States of America.
Many present-day Mexicans still believe that Mexico still owns that lost land and that they should be free to occupy it today. Wrong! Mexicans and others may come, and are welcome here only if they are properly cleared to do so by our government. We won’t accept riffraff and other interlopers. Bet on it.
In relation to, but not limited to, the paragraph above, the whole “dumbacratic” party has also been decimated because of their neglect and tremendously wrong message they are broadcasting to the American people. They just cannot figure it out, and are lashing out viciously because they lost this recent election so very badly. And like wild animals they are “biting at its own wounds.” But yet this losing party still doesn’t get it that the real reason they lost is the erroneous and very passé message they are spewing forth, i.e. socialism/communism, which hasn’t worked for (now) 100 years since its long time ago birth in Germany. One would think that even fairly intelligent people would have figured this out by now. But no, they keep dogmatically doing/saying the same stupid things, over, and over, and over, in delivering the same old worn out unworkable message. Einstein said that the true and sure sign of an idiot is when people keep repeatedly doing the very same thing … while fully expecting different results.

Bill Tenant
Sun City West

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