World crises afflicting humanity are being disregarded in lieu of thoughts about the next election.
[I]t was a realization of John F. Kennedy’s prediction ...
His presidency is an inferno that now threatens the country’s constitutional order.
This is a matter of maintaining the election ruse ... in which the mean-spirited discourse of fear of others prevailed.
For many Republicans, it’s not only that Trump could go around Congress to govern. They also worry that Trump could set a precedent for the future.
The U.S. was once a proud democracy. Trump is currently reducing it to junk status.
[T]rump's emergency is different. On both the earlier occasions, presidents were short of time while reacting to crises, not short of Congressional support.
Now might be an opportunity to rethink the concept of democracy and the ideal structure of the nation.