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Their concerns are valid.

It was horrifying for them (and us) to see how easily our nation's safeguards could be overturned by one authoritarian asshole and one complicit political party. Thank goodness Biden won, but what happens in 2024? (Or August of this year, according to some.) We're not out of the woods yet.

Ma'am, please hold out the first finger and thumb on your right hand.

OK, put a little super glue on the back side, right between the thumb and the finger.

Now see if that will stick to your forehead.

I am I, Don Baloney, the Lord of Mar'Lago

A Name all the world hears with woe
And the wild winds of fortune will carry me onward
Oh whither so ever they blow

Whither so ever they blow
Onward to Glory I go!

Is it like my plan for becoming an acclaimed Broadway star?

1. Audition for Broadway show
2. Get hired
3. Get great reviews
4. Win Tony award

Easy peasy!

OMG, Susan Wright accepted Trump's endorsement after her husband died of Covid?

And this wasn't early-in-the-pandemic-we-didn't-know-any-better Covid. Nope, he announced on Jan 21, 2021 that he had been quarantining since Friday, Jan. 15th. That could very well be fallout-from-the-insurrection Covid. At the very least, it's must-show-Trump-how-much-I-love-him Covid.

"This will really impress her!"

Narrator: It did not.

It did surprise me that history repeated itself in this area.

After all, in 1918 it was just a hunch that these measures would work. We now have extensive knowledge of how disease develops from viruses and bacteria. Sanitization is as easy as walking to the closest sink with running water and soap, or alcohol wipes/hand gel in a pinch. We have protective masks made of materials that give orders of magnitude more protection than anything available in 1918. All of these supplies and food can be ordered from our houses and delivered to our doors. New and updated information can be disseminated to the population instantly.

And yet, the same clusterfuck of denial, whining and stupidity has played out. There's got to be a psychological construct at work. I look forward to the books that will be written to analyze it.

Don't forget these...that's just from page 1 of a Google search.

Trump Mocks The Accents Of Asian Leaders, Angering Asian ...www.cpr.org › 2019/08/21 › trump-mocks-the-accents-...
Aug 21, 2019 — Evan Vucci, File/AP Photo In this July 6, 2017, file photo, U.S. President Donald Trump, center, meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, ...

Trump Used Asian Accent to Mock US Allies at Fundraiser ...www.rollingstone.com › politics › politics-news › trum...
Aug 11, 2019 — Then, Trump mocked the South Korean president's accent while talking about how he “caved in to Trump's tough negotiations,” the Post ...

Trump's 'Offensive' Asian Parody Sparks Criticism - NBC Newswww.nbcnews.com › news › asian-america › trumps-of...
Aug 27, 2015 — GOP front-runner Donald Trump sparked criticism from Asian-American leaders and the community when he used broken English to imitate ...

'We want deal!': Trump fakes Asian accent to mock Chinese ...www.scmp.com › News › World
Aug 26, 2015 — Just 24 hours after suggesting that Chinese President Xi Jinping deserved a McDonald's hamburger instead of a formal White House state dinner, ...

Donald Trump impersonates Asian negotiators: 'We want deal ...www.cnn.com › videos › politics › 2015/08/26 › donald-t...
Aug 26, 2015 — While attacking Republican rival Jeb Bush on Tuesday, Donald Trump impersonated the Asian negotiators he says he deals with.

Trump, Modi, and a Brief History of Mocking How South ...www.theatlantic.com › entertainment › archive › 2018/02
Feb 2, 2018 — Last week, The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump had mimicked the accent of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Soon ...

Wow! I think that photo caught the moment his hair got Raptured!

Wife Liz doubled down on her support for Trump on the Uline website.

Every so often she pens a ‘Liz’s Letter’, gifting the world with her musings on business and trade. She’s hinted at politics in them and anyone who knew about the Uihleins would certainly understand her subtext, but she went all in on the last one. Guess they learned nothing from their bouts with Covid.

"America First" was President Trump's policy. He made his moves to lower taxes, increase tariffs, renegotiate new trade deals, support immigration laws, stop endless wars and stop America from paying the lion's share for everything, especially NATO. I am a believer in these policies, but they take time.

Then Trump lost.

Now we have the Democrats coming in and, surely, they will have a different policy than "America First." The problem is, how are we going to compete? We need a clearly defined policy and time to make it work.

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