Before Russian becomes our second language, the U.S. better make some serious moves.
First, and most important, is to expose the Trump/Putin bromance (releasing Trump's taxes may help connect these two big boys).
And there's the fact that connections between the Trump campaign and the Russians keep turning up like bad pennies.
There's a lot of smoke thus far with at least six of Trump's campaign staff admitting they did talk with Russians during the election.
Take Attorney General Jeff Sessions. He even lied under oath about having contact with the Russians during the election.
So far, after he recused himself from the investigations probing Trump's camp and the Russians, he still has a job.
More worrisome is the revelation that Trump adviser Roger Stone admitted to communicating with "Guccifer 2.0" last year.
If you recall, Guccifer 2.0 was the guy that hacked the Democratic National Committee emails. Stone told the Washington Times that his conversations were "completely innocuous."
Really? How stupid are Americans?
We're told that the F.B.I. is investigating, as are the House and Senate intelligence committees. How long will this farce go on before someone gets serious and steps up with the truth?
The U.S. knows Russia interfered with it's election process. The world knows the Russians crossed a line with a direct cyber attack on our democratic political system.
Yet, we have a president who won't say a bad thing about Russia's leader.
Most recently, Trump turned the other cheek when a Russian spy ship brazenly sat out by our eastern coastline.
Asked to comment on it by the press Trump said, "Bad. Bad. Bad."
Just like his presidency...sad, sad, sad.
Time for me to walk on down the road...