Tag Archive: politics

The meme is the message

Four years ago Republicans were the target of unforgiving ire lobbed by many on the Left for voting Donald Trump into the presidency. Now that they’ve succeeded in removing him one might expect… Continue reading

The side of lies

“We r at the edge of a democracy possibly starting to collapse due to extreme greed, deception, self indulgence on the part of an incompetent con man and his greedy minions. We are… Continue reading

This is not a popularity contest

It is always better to be vulgarly right than politely wrong. So said statesman and lexicographer Noah Webster. For me, this pithy saying encapsulates our choices in the 2020 presidential election. It shouldn’t… Continue reading

Probably all I’ll ever say about immigration

That’s what I thought when I wrote this a few years ago. I was mistaken, because I’m going to say a little more when I imagine how President Jesus might handle the immigration… Continue reading

Probably all I’ll ever say about immigration

For what it’s worth (2 cents?), I have a few things I’d like to add to the immigration debate currently raging. .01  Unfair, immoral, heartbreaking things are happening all over the place every… Continue reading

Idiot, Christian Pedophilistines

I just want to say a few things about this. Political office is not a reward for virtuous living. It’s not a “Person of the Year” contest with the prize going to the… Continue reading

The meme is the message

I could probably keep a separate blog going just responding to mindless memes. Here’s another one in my Facebook face recently. Let’s break it down line by line. TRUMP SUPPORTERS. First of all,… Continue reading

Politics trumps personality

Barack Obama is a classier guy than Donald Trump. No doubt about it. He’s better looking, funnier, more charming, has a more extensive vocabulary, as well as superior social skills. He loves and… Continue reading

A view to the vertical

I thought I’d start out this post about political parties with a joke. Actually, two…’cause I want to be fair. What do you get when you cross a pilgrim with a Democrat? A… Continue reading