Will Edwinson

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If I Were a President Who….

 

We The PeopleIF I WERE A PRESIDENT WHO HAD MADE A PLEDGE AS A CANDIDATE IN THE 2008 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN TO FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORM AMERICA, WHAT WOULD I DO?  

 

BO IFirst, as president, I would make a pact with the devil to destroy the U.S. Constitution, and then I would begin this destruction by nationalizing one of the largest auto making companies in America and transfer a sizable portion of its ownership to the Auto Workers Union.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would spit in the eyes of Congress and use Executive Orders to mandate conditions to my way of thinking virtually changing America from a representative republic to an oligarchic dictatorship.

John Boehner IIIIf I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would also coerce a milquetoast Congress into debasing the currency by flooding the world with U.S. dollars thereby lowering the country’s Standard & Poor rating from AAA to AA.Mitch McMonnell

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would coerce that same milquetoast Congress into increasing the national debt by seven trillion dollars in as many years, thereby threatening the country with bankruptcy and jeopardizing the U.S. dollar status as the reserve currency of the world.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would continue my pact with the devil and open the flood gates—through Executive Order—to illegal immigrants and grant them sanctuary with free education, free food, free medical treatment, and fraudulent voting rights; all at U.S. citizen taxpayer expense, and all in the name of humanitarianism.

Law Books If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would coerce Congress into passing my signature 3000 page law in the name of healthcare that has very little to do with healthcare, but contains myriad rules and regulations that rob citizens of their Constitutional rights; rules and regulations that have nothing to do with healthcare.

 Then, if I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform  America, I would, again, through Executive Order, bypass Congress and rewrite sections of that 3000 page law to suit my own ends.

  If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would continue to honor my pact with the devil and nominate a judge to the Supreme Court who would legislate from the bench negating the powers of Congress. I would do this with the full confidence that a milquetoast senate would confirm that nomination. 

If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would continue my pact with the devil and order ICE (Immigration Customs Enforcement) to release hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens convicted of felonious crimes back onto the streets of America instead of deporting them.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would order schools to make all their restrooms, and dressing rooms available to so-called transgender persons. I would threaten schools that refused to accommodate transgender people with the loss of federal funding(on the other hand, losing federal funds might be the best thing that could ever happen to the schools.  It would get federal government the hell out of our schools).

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would keep my pact with the devil and bow before Muslim leaders, and fly all over the world to apologize for America’s egregious past actions.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would keep my pact with the devil and welcome the criminalizing of Christians who refused to offer certain services because it violated their religious beliefs.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would send an inept envoy to negotiate a nuclear arms deal with a sworn enemy, and give that enemy 150 billion dollars in the deal, thus jeopardizing U.S. national security.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, and had the opportunity to pick two Secretaries of State. I would pick two of the most inept people I could find and nominate them for that position; and through the use of my bully pulpit, coerce the Senate into confirming them.

 If I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would appoint Eric Holder of “fast and furious” fame as the country’s Attorney General and when he resigned, I would nominate Loretta Lynch to replace him and use the presidential bully pulpit to secure senate confirmation for her.

 Yes, if I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America, I would make a pact with the devil to do all the things mentioned above, and much more.

 And last, but not least, if I were a president who had pledged to fundamentally transform America; and if it looked like the people were going to elect someone to the presidency in 2016 that was not to my liking; I might even consider concocting some kind of national emergency that would require that I invoke Martial Law and suspend the election indefinitely.

Now, I think the United States is on the brink of another civil war.  Let me introduce you to my latest novel, SHADOW REVOLUTION. It’s available on amazon.com in print form and Kindle, and also available  on all the e-readers.

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