December 18, 2020


If one's goal is to reform and/or restore the Republic, then "Cross the Rubicon!" is not a particularly useful political slogan or policy.

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 05:51 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Bad optics!
OTOH, remnants of the Empire outlasted the Republic by a 1000 years. And technically Making America Great Again isn't saying anything about Republic.

Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Sat Dec 19 01:11:21 2020 (LZ7Bg)

2 I doubt there is a single elected federal (or state) representative or member of any former, current, or incoming administration who does not believe

a) The Rubicon has been crossed and we're already in a Civil War b) The Rubicon is TRYING to be crossed and we need to get rid of the people trying to stop it.
c) The Rubicon has yet to be crossed, and I'M THE ONE TO DO IT d) Don't care; how can I profit from the current situation

And every single one of them supports their position by claiming everyone else WANTS to cross The Rubicon and THEY ARE THE ONES TO STOP IT.

Posted by: Ben at Sat Dec 19 12:25:23 2020 (9Wcjc)

3 Meanwhile, the Rubicon is on fire.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sun Dec 20 10:24:05 2020 (PiXy!)

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