You know, I am not one to prefer light beer, or decaffeinated coffee for that matter. I don’t see the point. Give me the real deal.
Lately, I have been watching the soft-shoe shuffle of our politicians dancing to the tune the news pundits eagerly played. Subpoenas flying, obstruction stonewalling, potential for action as likely as me winning the Good Housekeeping charade. But out of all of this, I can see a compromise.
Impeachment-light, granted, it is not the real deal. Impeachment requires the Senate as a jury. We all know that jury will never vote against Trump for fear of loss of the political pork within which they wallow like the pigs they are.
Impeachment-light, however, provides a continuation of the search and exposure of that which we all know is true. It just provides it in a venue parallel to, yet a distance from, all-out impeachment.
We may be seeing the embryonic phase of such a development. Barr being held in contempt and Don Junior being subpoenaed to appear before the Senate Intel Committee may move us closer to the full-figured truth — the real deal.