Within a few days, Atlanta has two major eruptions on the interstate. Can two be coincidence?
The editorial in Wednesday’s paper, suggesting America is becoming ungovernable, is laughable. We have a president who will not release his taxes, lies with impunity and calls the news fake unless it favors him. Who in their right mind would stand for this? The protesters are loud and obnoxious, but so is our president. We take our lead from our fearless leader, who is so brave, as long as others are putting their lives on the line. This draft dodger needs to take a chill pill.
The media and police report that actions and words against people because of race, headwear, misinterpretations of symbols, LBGT status and perceived races have increased since Trump and his Breitbart and other supremacist pals have shouted out from the start of the campaign. We will continue to protest all the bigoted and racist nonsense.
Another Trump big-time lie: He dares to sign an executive order to push others to buy American-made items but he imports items for his hotels from Canada, Bangladesh, Mexico and other places for everyday items such as bathrobes and towels. Then he dares to say he buys things that cannot be made in America. What a way to support American-made goods. The executive order is like a lie, which is just as bad as the illegal ones he tried to push through like the Muslim travel bans.
Another truth outs about Trump supporters: Ivanka was included in a session during the Chinese president’s visit because she now gets to sell her stuff in China. Are they the same items that were made in China that she’s trying to sell expensively here in the U.S.?
(It is) interesting that a story about a project that “stays on budget” never mentions how much.
Some want to waste time reporting and counting the Rants &Raves but say we should not count the errors by Spicer or Trump and other Trump supporters. Hah, we will keep that count up. Has Bill O’Reilly now lost enough ads for the lying Fox News as United Airlines lost in stock (over $250 million per the one-day data)?
Each weekend, we all should walk the streets of our neighborhoods, greeting our neighbors and picking up the trash that mindless dolts toss out. That’s a win-win, and another win if we count the exercise we get from the walk.