Omnibus Revelations: Time to Vote Out RINOs

The Horrible, Terrible, Not Good Omnibus

RINO’s in Congress just passed a 2,000-page bill in the dark of night that few legislators saw, much less read. Then it was released with barely three days to read before a mandatory vote. Is this sounding familiar? Obamacare was passed the same way. No more soft-pedaling with the RINO’s. They need to be voted out in November. Period.

For a lot of conservatives, the signing of the omnibus bill was a full body blow. An already bloated government is getting fatter, and millions of taxpayer dollars are still going overseas. Funding is still being allocated to Planned Parenthood and sanctuary cities. Many Americans are saying that this is not what they were promised.

Is This 4D Chess?

President Trump could have vetoed the omnibus and forced a clean military bill, or a temporary Continuing Resolution to force a debate on the pork that was snuck into the bill. Some say he is playing 4D chess. Some blame bad advisors. Still, others claim it was lying congressional leaders. What is known is that the bill was signed. Now is the time to continue the fight for small government and individual rights.

There is a silver lining; the military is fully funded, and the omnibus debacle is reinforcing to conservatives that the fight is bigger than President Trump. This is about America and its people. This is no way a slam against President Trump, who has fought hard to fulfill his promises and has made massive positive changes. However, this is a long fight, and it takes more than one man. Let this serve as a reminder to the American people that we must continue to press on and fight. We must help our President get the MAGA agenda done by voting out the Democrats and RINO’s currently running the show. The oligarchy in the D.C. swamp did not happen overnight, and they will not be taken down overnight.

Now Is Not the Time to Give Up

Some conservatives may be dejected after this monstrosity of a bill. This reaction is understandable. However, this is not the time to back down. The Democratic National Committee and many other Democrat entities are bankrupt or on the brink of bankruptcy. Conservative grassroots workers at the state and local level have done an amazing job in gaining Conservative positions of power. President Trump has been slashing regulations, and the Energy sector is powering up once again. President Trump has made great judicial appointments and is fighting for more. His cabinet is finally coming together. America is once again respected around the world. Many say President Trump should not have signed the bill. Whether or not that is true, it is not a reason to abandon him.

Infighting Does Not Help

Infighting will only help the opposition. If there is one thing Democrats know about, it is sticking together. The fighters for traditional values and small government America need to Cowboy Up and put on your big kid pants. The momentum is on the side of Trump and his supporters, and the only realistic answer is forging on.

It is time to go big and think boldly, like President Trump. America should focus on changing Senate rules, dispersing the power from D.C. to other cities by moving Federal Departments, implementing term limits and working toward balanced budgets. Conservatives should think outside the box and keep pushing on. This could be the only time for the people to seize back the power that they have tried to take from us.

Liberty Smoke / Writer

I am a US Navy vet, writer and tradesman living in the Mountain West. I keep my mind active as a voracious reader and enjoy critical thinking. It is not about a person; it is about the people. The role of government is to protect our God-given rights.
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  1. Great article! Question: What do you mean by moving Federal Departments?

  2. Having the Departments like Interior, EPA, etc moved out of DC. One in Denver, maybe one in Omaha or wherever. Mainly just to break up the DC monopoly and power of K street. Why should everything be in DC?




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