GATORS AND LEECHES: Anti-Mattis Voters Are The Reason We Need To ‘DRAIN THE SWAMP’

By Les Weaver
Clash Daily Contributor

My sympathy is offered to Senators Wyden and Merkley that they and their other 15 neo-Marxist associates were on the losing end of the Senate vote to waive the seven-year civilian requirement for Gen. Mattis. Just key in “17 senators that voted against Mattis waiver” and you’ll have the whole list of seventeen.

I can only assume that they would have preferred perhaps Valery Jarret or even Barack (insane) Obama as Secretary of Defense. Note that these seventeen are the anchor Senators that want academia to run the country rather than honorable, experienced citizens. If any of Trump’s appointees had suckled to these Senator’s posteriors the way Wyden and Merkley suckled to Obama’s, they’d have been a shoo-in.

When the swamp begins to be drained, note which Alligators and Congressional leeches are the first to be exposed.

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Les Weaver: Born into abject poverty in 1934, he spent his teen years on farms as a foster child and was classified as a farm laborer when he joined the Navy in 1952. After that service, he had a short stint at a University but moved on to 35 years associated with the engineering and technical sciences in Aero-Space, retiring from two Aerospace giants in senior positions and a small business. Until retirement, his writing experience was limited to technical occupational reports. His wife is a German immigrant, now a proud American and together they enjoy gardening. Les takes breaks from gardening to express himself to the politicians by phone, email and now thru ClashDaily/DougGiles.

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