We survived the presidential debates, and now we have no excuse not to vote early— today if your state allows it. November 3rd is only eleven days away, and America’s first Putin placed POTUS is at the end of his noose. With an empty bag of tricks, his administration has resorted to following through with … Continue reading Eleven Ah ha ha! Eleven Days Left to Vote!
Buckle up. We are almost there. Don't make me turn around. Are you ready for this nightmare to end? I am, and we have our first "last" to look forward to: Thursday night is the last presidential debate. I’ve never been able to tolerate listening to Trump’s vitriolic vomit, I typically hit mute and read … Continue reading Count Down: Two Weeks
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8788571/amp/Full-transcript-Donald-Trump-Joe-Biden-debate.html The link above includes the full transcript from the first presidential debate for 2020, between Biden and Trump. I challenge you to find one true statement made by the illegitimate squatter. The train wreck we witnessed last night was the first of three scheduled presidential debates. Last night Trump’s primary goal was to keep … Continue reading Presidential…Debate?
“I think this will end up in the Supreme Court and I think it’s very important that we have nine justices, and I think the system’s going to go very quickly,” ~D.J Trump I often wonder whether the willfully ignorant population is a product of their environment or genetically predisposed to be incapable of critical … Continue reading Thirty Seven Days Left to Vote – Don’t Wait; Vote Early
*Disclaimer: I will vote blue, no matter who. Last night’s debate was worth every minute of my life, that I’ll never get back. The gloves came off and we saw candidates fighting for the life of their campaigns; it had to happen. I forgive them for giving Don the con the night off. That said, … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Was “Mean.” If Only She Had a Hanging Organ She Would Have Won the Debate
Even a flawed human being, like me, might be disappointed to settle for an imperfect candidate to represent our political party. While no one is perfect, no one is more flawed than what we have in the White House now. I’ve said this before; I'd like to build my own candidate, taking qualities from each, … Continue reading Who is Still Running for the Democratic Nomination?