I’m ashamed…

I’m ashamed of the idiot at the helm of my country. Not ashamed of my country, just the morons currently tasked to help lead it. His insane decision to leave the Paris agreement, essentially ignoring climate change, will affect not just us but generations to come. We now have the distinction of being classified with such forward thinkers as Syria and Nicaragua. What great company!

I understand trying to make America great again, I just don’t see how he’s achieving that. Everything he’s done so far has been an affront to the values and ideals we’ve held. Every word he speaks, every statistic he uses, is an exaggeration or a lie. His cabinet and associated are obviously in their positions to further his goals and ambitions, or as payback for getting him through the election process and, ultimately, elected.

And why oh why are the taxpayers supporting this ‘first family’s’ desire to live apart? I’m sorry but, the President and his immediate family live in the White House. We are not liable for their comings and goings from one residence to another. We should not have to heft the burden of their financial indiscretions.

Mr Trump, you are the leader of this country; act like it, not like the infantile businessman and embellishing tyrant you have been. Take America as a whole into account when making your decisions. The upper crust you like to pretend to be part of does not encompass the whole of this country (nor do they appreciate your couthless ways). Your self serving actions will lead us straight into a have- and have-not society, right into third-world status. Stop pandering to your cronies and paying back favors, and start looking around you at the reality of our nation, the nation you’ve been tasked to lead.


“Rage, rage against the dying of the 5th”

“A House-Senate conference committee led by Senator John McCain has stripped amendment #3018 from the new draft of the NDAA bill. Senator Levin confirmed this, saying, “The language of the Senate bill was dropped,”

“The decision by the NDAA conference committee, led by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to strip the National Defense Authorization Act of the amendment that protects American citizens against indefinite detention now renders the entire NDAA unconstitutial.”

Ever so slowly we are losing the battle to be free and live as our forefathers set forth, on a handful of papers, not so long ago. We’re just too complacent to see it. I won’t prattle on about the most recent attempt to defraud Americans out of their constitutional rights. Just click here to read, in brief terms, what this bill is up to now.

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