A Republican lawmaker, who didn't want his name mentioned, recently told a reporter that VP Mike Pence has a nickname on Capitol Hill, "Mr. Bobblehead."
The reason for it is because he's frequently seen alongside Trump enthusiastically bobbing his head in agreement with every word his master utters.
There's two theories about Pence's evolution from a stalwart Christian conservative to a Trump lackey:
a) Pence has traded his sense of morality for power, or
b) He has somehow persuaded himself that this is consistent with some divine plan.
The bottom line is Pence made the decision to have a constituency of one person. His master Trump. His critics wonder if he stopped believing in the scripture when he began following Trump.
There's a lot of strange things about Pence but the one that stands out the most is his fear of being alone in a room with a woman (or even eating alone with a female, unless it's his wife), which infuriates top female administration officials.
This curious habit extends to going to events featuring alcohol.
He won't go unless his wife is by his side.
I don't know about you, but that sure the hell seems like there's a hidden reason for these actions to me.
No male in modern politics has ever taken the position that they can't be alone with a female, whether at work, or eating.
Pence passes this odd behavior on as a religious choice. I sure would like to know the chapter and verse that proves his strange habit is based on the Bible's teachings.
What we do know about Pence is that he has chosen to show his affection and allegiance to a madman.
Mr. Bobblehead has Trump's rump - for better or worse.
Time for me to walk on down the road...