Love it! Well, if it weren’t so true.
My first thought is the Mar a lago “Party” of him and Epstein in 1992. Revolting.
This might be funnier in a few years. But it’s still kind of funny right now, (she said laughing through her tears).
Why does anyone in this country put up with treason by their not elected president? Losing by 2.7 million votes and being jammed into office by the electoral college(which I need to point out, has NEVER “APPOINTED” anyone but a republican/fascist/capitalist) still allowed in a so-called “FREE” country? The amount of brainwashing is difficult to fathom. Almost anywhere in Europe has a much greater degree of “FREEDOM” than most americans are capable of wrapping their small brains around. The vast majority of us citizens I’ve spoken with consider the United States as “America” having no knowledge of North, South and Central “AMERICA”.! I’ve spoken with many well educated US citizens who believed Canada was in South America! And incoming freshman at universities in Texas when asked, “What is the country just south of the United States”? Over 50% answered incorrectly! These were children born and raised in Texas! The most common incorrect answer was California, closely followed by Dallas, Georgia, Florida and, yes, Canada.
Too bad the states messed up the way electors are chosen, the intention of the electoral college was to prevent people like Trump from being President. Jay has a point about Freedom, I spent 9 years in Europe, the reason they have more freedom is because businesses have more rules that prevent the exploitation/robbing of people and national healthcare systems. We used to have rules like that also, and rules that allowed different views, other then those of corporate sponsors, be brought out in mass media. Now even the internet will have a big business bias.
Jay one of my pet peeves is us assuming that we are the only Americans. Anyone in this hemisphere is American. We should not have the right to claim that it’s only us that are American. I would like to see people born in the Americas claim their Americanhood and start calling themselves American.
Dan, have you ever read any books by Jim Hightower? He wrote one many years ago, (that unfortunately I can not remember the name of), that was in part, about when corporations were first introduced in this country. There was a lot of distrust and many more rules. If I remember right, they could not incorporate unless they could prove it was for the good of the people. I wish I could remember more of it, but I found it very interesting when I read it.