By Andy Weddington
Thursday, 01 February 2018
The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. Sun Tzu
Tucker Carlson's opening commentary last night merits listen and dedicated thought.
If you missed Mr. Carlson's thoughtful, articulate, and unnerving perspective, here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6frsk4y8brY
Still considering, but troubling questions awakened me early this morning ...
Since the behavior (down right hostile) of (some of) the people's representatives at Tuesday night's SOTU was contrary to the pillars of our country (sitting President moot), what exactly separates them from enemies, domestic and foreign, plotting and attacking to destroy America?
Following, why should their (that) party, operating under a legacy brand name but representing a brand no longer recognizable, not be declared a domestic enemy?
Is this not just disagreement but war?
Can a public mask, yet not disguise, destroy our Constitution and country?
This is not just politics.
Infiltration is beyond just a political party.
To point, we wait to learn, any day now, the depth of enemy operations within the highest levels of our system of justice. And elsewhere, surely.
The enemy is cunning. And determined.
To casually dismiss or underestimate is a path to defeat.
So first, no matter how shocking, to accurately identify.
Then new tactics, techniques, and procedures - to subdue.
The fittest survive.