ViewsAmerica by Cartoon Movement-US for June 13, 2021

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    ImDaRealAni  almost 3 years ago

    To be honest, I think that whole wall was torn down.

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    Daeder  almost 3 years ago

    You know Il Douche was there because he left his tag, “Killjoy was here”.

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    monya_43  almost 3 years ago

    Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, told reporters that President Biden was like “a breath of fresh air” after the previous guy.

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    Radish the wordsmith  almost 3 years ago

    The hand prints should be red.

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    Radish the wordsmith  almost 3 years ago

    Starved for attention Trump is ‘like a glutton yanked away from the buffet’

    ’He’ll show up to anything. In recent weeks, Trump has popped into engagement parties and memorial services. A Mar-a-Lago member who recently attended a club gathering for a deceased friend was surprised when Trump sauntered in to deliver remarks and then hung around.’"

    “Trump’s is a tale of how much a man will do to be noticed, how much he can do with that notice and — the current chapter — what happens when that notice ebbs. Yes, he personifies the American obsessions with wealth and with power. But more than that, he personifies the American obsession with fame,” he wrote. “It’s an obsession now starved. Facebook revoked Trump’s access. Twitter, too. He no longer leads the news every hour on CNN and MSNBC, and there are now newspaper front pages aplenty without his name in any headline.”

    Adding, “there’s a personal psychodrama going on,” Bruni suggested, “In his head he can probably already hear that magic MAGA applause. It’s stuck there like the chorus of a Top 40 song, but he wants it performed live, in an arena as mammoth as his neediness. The substitute for that applause? Deference. He demands it every bit as much as he ever did and arguably grows more furious than before when he’s denied it.”

    “Has he settled comfortably into a routine? Or has he sunk uncomfortably into a rut?” Brunie wrote before concluding, “I lean toward the latter, which is as dangerous for us as it is for him. No good comes of an ego as ravenous as his. He will make a meal of the Republican Party — and of American democracy itself — if he can.”

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    The Love of Money is . . .  almost 3 years ago

    Doors can be replaced, walls patched and painted. You have to wait until the “trash” has been removed and you’ve found the keys to the door. Some former tenants are losers.

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