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Oh, what a remarkable era we are experiencing today! We will all look back on these days and say “Wow! I never thought I’d live to see a fight like that!” This fight is colossal. It’s Olympian. It’s brutal. It reminds me of a cartoon fight drawn to look like a dust cloud with fists and clubs and rocks mixed in with yelling and cursing and broken bones and gouged eyes and crutches flying about.
Today’s battle is also reminiscent of John Engler’s terms as Governor of Michigan from 1991-2003. Engler was a brawler, a slugger, and he battered his political opponents often, and in the most public, brutal way. The Republican party in Michigan was happy to have him fight the battles they were too timid to enter, and many of them took credit for the gains the party made while Engler was governor. The party sat back and let Engler dominate the arena where the fighting took place while they bragged about what a great job they were doing in keeping Michigan out of Democrat and union control. Engler grabbed his opposition by the throat and refused to let go until they capitulated or got out of his way. It was remarkable to see. When Engler finished his third term as governor, leaving the Republican party to fight their own battles, they found out it wasn’t as easy as Engler had made it look. A Democrat, Jennifer Granholm, followed Engler as governor. Michigan hasn’t had a decent senator since Spencer Abraham left office in 2001. And they were doing so well!
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Today we see a similar story developing, but with higher stakes. President Trump is in the greatest political fight of the past 150 years. In many ways, it is the greatest political fight in the history of the Republic....
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