As a moderate conservative, I enthusiastically support President elect Mr. Trump, and the new tone from Russia proves he is the right person for the job.
CEO Trump worked very hard to get this job, and he has earned the respect of even many liberals. He is the president now, and the Bible says to honor authorities of state power. But, I strongly believe, and I believe he may be being advised the same thing, that Senator Sessions from Alabama is not a viable option for Attorney General and could threaten Mr. Trump's administration. Sessions will appear to the public to represent the past "good 'ol boys club," and especially being from the south, and to represent the failed anti-drug obsession of the 1980's that has proven to be not only costly, punishes minoritities, but has also proven to be not only ineffective, but to increase the danger to society, especially during a racially sensitive period in American history.
I believe this would be a serious mistake to go backwards at this time, since it would not be "Back to the Future," but, just back to one of the worst administrative failures of the Republican party, all due respect to Ronald Reagan, and, "some people choose to live on the street." He may have been right, but, they never chose 20 years in prison for minor drug crimes.
Justice reform is a new, powerful bipartisan storm sweeping America, and Mr. Trump should take this into consideration, that the appointment of Sen. Sessions could not only destroy his presidency, but, America as well.
This is not a good time, Mr. President, for a "white dude from Alabama," to be in charge of justice in America. Seriously. Think Gov. Wallace here. It's a bad idea.
Remember Sandra Bland.
So her death is not in vain.
"The LORD does not despise His prisoners..." (Psalms--some 3,000 years ago)
"I have come to announce freedom to all who are imprisoned upon the earth." --Jesus of Nazareth
"That's how I see things from this chair here, Gene." (Apollo 13)
"Don't push a bad position." ("Top Gun." Paramount; 1986)
"Fear can hold you prisoner; Hope can set you free." ("Shawshank Redemption"; Darabout/Stephen King; 1994.)