I read a lot, think a little, and now and then write down a few things.
“[V]ote for the candidate who promises that objective.” I suggest, however, that before doing that, do a bit of research on how well such a candidate actually attempts to keep said promises. We all know Republicans make pie-crust promises; easily made, just as easily broken.
I would think one of those propeller beanies of my boyhood would be more apt.
Just out of frame to the right, the iceberg looms. All the warning signs are there. But to paraphrase Admiral Farragut, “Damn the icebergs! Full speed ahead!”
LOL. I thought of that, but I’ve been told I’ve overplayed the Trump U. card. Glad you brought it up.
Obviously, because if you don’t you’re “crazy,” “disloyal,” “unpatriotic,” “treasonous,” etc. And I’m not talking about the impeachment, necessarily. Just disagreeing with any policy or tweet is enough to brand you as “crazy,” “disloyal,” “unpatriotic,” “treasonous,” etc.
In his Christmas message, the president called for unity and respect. For the former, he might try cutting out the name calling. For the latter, if you have to ask for it then you probably don’t deserve it.
Talk about believing nine impossible things before breakfast . . . .
“I’ve done more for Christianity than Jesus! Except for the ‘sell what thou hast and give it to the poor’ and ‘take up thy cross and follow me’ bits. Those are phony.”
“We don’t accept damaged goods. We make them president!”
Oh, c’mon. What’s so bad about the occasional plague or pandemic? /s