End of the GOP?

I had this crazy dream last night. I was overseas looking at a flyer – on it was a scale of dismanteling. These two young Republicans – one a woman, the other a man, we’re taking the pulse of the world and its support for their party. The scale (which was a series of graphs) was a different percentage of transformation the GOP party should go through. The most popular option was to scrap the GOP altogether. I said, “This is the trajectory your party was set on when Reagan took office.” They both sort of gasped like I had insulted God. I put my hand on the young woman and said, “Well, it’s true dear, you are too young to know about this.”


7 thoughts on “End of the GOP?

  1. Marie says:

    You can blame or give credit to Donald Trump for his concerted efforts to blow up the Republican party… He’s a blessing in disguise


  2. Thomas says:

    Reagan was born in Tampico, and he did live in Chicago briefly.

    “Scrap” and “dismantling” seem to be the key words of your dream.

    There’s also the family birthday synch with this dream. 53, that’s interesting.

    I was watching videos about Texas leaving the Union last night, called Texit. There was a vote on the issue that fell only two votes short of getting on the ballot, and if the Clintons get back into the White House, a Texit will become a real issue.

    I’ve noticed Hillary Clinton’s health has become an issue.

  3. Marie says:

    The key element(s) from your dream is with “The Millennials” They are the ones who will bring forth the changes we need for our country. ie; Climate change, education, & healthcare will be top policies. Not sure how far we can go with amending the 2nd amendment. That would be left up to the Supreme court. of course the more sane judges we have on the Supreme Court – the better our chances for sane policies to protect our country and through climate change.

  4. Thomas says:

    My intuition tells me Clinton will win the Presidential race, but Trump will have political clout from now on, and be treated like a President on television, and his opinions will be used for political purposes. As far as political power, I believe Trump will have more influence over senators and governors than Clinton. I see her Presidency as being lame duck, and pretty much all back room deals with little regard for public opinion.

    I see people becoming so disgusted with politics, they tune out, and the frog in the pot slowly boils.

  5. Thomas says:

    When I was looking at the future on September 13, I saw a lot of loneliness and depression around the Clintons, and Trump looking very Presidential. I’m starting to think I was actually seeing Trump winning the election. There’s violent opposition on either side, so it’s hard to say what will happen with a Trump win, plus there’s all kinds of intent coming from America’s enemies to create civil war. With the level of hate focused on America right now, and with what’s going on, I’d say major cracks are forming in America’s foundation, which will lead to political disasters, and possibly natural disasters.

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