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The Rat is the first sign in the Chinese zodiac. His main strength is his imagination. His great weakness is his eccentric side, which is difficult to keep under control. This is a sign that is automatically attracted by the unusual and is soon bored by the everyday. The dominant force of this sign is Yang.

As I was researching this, it became apparent that it almost perfectly described our former president. The Chinese New Year past was the year of the Rat and the actions of TOTUS closely relates in many ways to that personality. Aside from the uncountable misdeeds and political misdeeds at home and abroad TOTUS was completely inept at the job. His concern was how much he was adored or “Kow Towed ” to rather than the effects of his poor management of the Government. Installing “toadies”, sycophants and family in positions of importance is no way to run a country. These positions require serious minded and Qualified people to get the job done. Revolving door administration never works. Now that “The Former Guy” is out, he is still in as de facto leader of the GOP. It is evident that the current members of Congress and the greater GOP across the country still have a loyalty to YOTUS to the detriment of us all and especially the loyal GOP voters. TOTUS was and still is a cancerous anomaly which the country as whole cannot afford to let grow. The recent interviews and statements from major GOP mouthpieces belies their “working across the aisle” statements. They (the GOP) have gone far right with no regard for the “American People” that they purport to work for. If the voting public wants better government then they (we) need to get involved with an understanding of what or perhaps “who” we vote for and support. If it isn’t clear what the state of our politics are, then we need to take a step back from “tweets’ and Facebook for information and read in depth on other sites that give detailed information rather than quick bites, this is sometimes called “research”!

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