November 4, 2016

100 Words -- The First 100 Days

In Federalist Paper #10, James Madison discusses the “propensity of mankind to fall into mutual animosities." Good call. What would Madison think about those House Republicans who promise to disrupt a Clinton presidency with endless investigations, who threaten impeachment before she’s even taken office? Traditionally, a new president gets 100 days to make their mark. After that, they are fair game. To declare all-out war on a presidency before Day One is profoundly un-American. If a clear majority of Americans choose Clinton over Trump, then Congress will be thwarting not just Clinton but also the majority of the American people.


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