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Tomorrow (or rather, today), Donald J. Trump will take the oath of office, and become the 45th President of the United States. The "honeymoon" is already over, except with those of us who voted for him. His presidency may be the last legitimate presidency this nation will see. Keep your powder dry, gentlemen ...
By the way, don't tell any of them that there will more elections. They might just take "the end" to be "THE END", and act accordingly. Good riddance to them ...
Also, I'm thinking of all the people who used to post, here, including Navy, himself. Where have they all gone? After November 8, I would have thought that this would have been one of the most dynamic websites on the web.
Perhaps, instead of just posting articles from different websites, different people could post blogs and articles of their own. When I'm done on my current assignment, I would certainly be willing to do that. Also, it might be a good idea to add Disqus to the site, as a means of attracting new commenters. I mean, a single article at Breitbart generates hundreds of responses ... sometimes, over a thousand.
The election of Donald Trump must not be the "conservative victory" to end all. It's just the beginning. It must be just the beginning. The Republic is threatened by the Left, as never before, and they must be revealed for who they are.
Also, when any of you get the chance, you ought to go the 9/11 Memorial here, at the building that Col. Leslie Groves built. It's open to the general public.
If you'll recall, I once postulated that if Obama declared a state of Martial Law, a large portion of the military would not obey his orders. Since I've been here, in some of those private conversations I mentioned, above, officers from 2cd Lieutenant to Brigadier General have admitted the same. Indeed, one colonel told me that Obama is leaving peaceably because he has no choice. He would not be supported by the military. Another told me that he would disobey any order to fire on American citizens. This is word-for-word what he followed that with:
"I would order my men to stand down and go back to base."
Dam*ed encouraging, if you ask me ...