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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Maybe We Could Have a 90 Day Cooling Off Period

It just never seems to end.  The endless and irrational anger of the left is like the Energizer Bunny; it keeps going and going and going.  In the last two weeks, we've been treated to a massive but meaningless protest march in Washington and elsewhere whose main message was to give a middle finger salute to President Trump, an outbreak of screams and moans and cries of anguish as the GOP in Congress passed a budget resolution that will make it easier to repeal Obamacare, a series of riots across the country to try to stop those with whom the left disagrees from speaking, a rage against an executive order designed to temporarily halt entry from some countries with terrorism problems while procedures for finding potential terrorists in the mix are strengthened, a non-stop attack on every nominee put forward by President Trump no matter the position on the grounds that approval of that nominee would be the end of modern civilization, and much more.  There used to be a provision in the Taft Hartley labor law that let the government invoke a 90 day cooling off period in labor disputes.  During that time, the workers went back to their jobs and normalcy of a sort was re-established.  Maybe we could have one of those for the left/Democrat/crazy matrix.

So far, they haven't accomplished anything.  All that has happened is that the nation has witnessed a temper tantrum on a scale rarely ever seen before.  If they don't calm down, it may start to affect their health. 

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