Tag Archives: Sen. Ted Cruz

trump’s Fast Descent into Insanity

Insanity – “Mental illness of such a severe nature that a person cannot distinguish fantasy from reality, cannot conduct her/his affairs due to psychosis, or is subject to uncontrollable impulsive behavior.” (law.com). Or, “1. A deranged state of the mind … Continue reading

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Let’s Help trump Pick a VP

If there is one thing we’ve learned about donald trump over the course of his campaign it is that he will say anything to anyone at anytime, no matter how volatile, outrageous, spiteful, hurtful, malicious, petty and vengeful, so long … Continue reading

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Miserable People in the gop

Over the past few days, there have been several stories in the news about absolutely miserable people, some stories being widely disseminated and discussed, others not much. These stories involve politicians currently holding high offices, politicians who formerly held high … Continue reading

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THE 2016 Words to Remember

Over our hundreds of years of presidential campaigns, many memorable statements have been uttered by presidents running for re-election, by future presidents, and by losing candidates. Some have been made on the campaign trail, some specifically for the tv camera, … Continue reading

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“Why Students Lie” Article Misses the Political Point

This past week, the New York Times published an interesting but ill-conceived article written by a high school teacher entitled “Why Students Lie, and Why We Fall for It”. The article discussed the author’s preoccupation with the fact that her … Continue reading

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Most Conservative Supreme Court Ever Is Too Liberal For Some

The backlash among right wing extremists and your run-of-the-mill Obama haters to today’s Supreme Court ruling that correctly interpreted the intent of the Affordable Care Act to validate federal health care exchange subsidies has been breathtaking to observe. The criticism … Continue reading

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Not So Fast, Holder, Hagel, You’re Not Going Anywhere, Yet

Despite the Democratic majority in the US Senate that has existed throughout President Obama’s tenure, Senate procedures and the obscene ability of a minority of obstinate Senators to dictate what can be considered and what can be passed, and despite … Continue reading

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My Response to Criticism of My After-Election Post

I have received considerable criticism after posting this last night: “USA: 1776-2014. RIP” (Why people post on Facebook and not here, I’ll never understand, or accept.) I STAND BY EVERY THING I SAID AND WOULD NOT CHANGE A WORD. The … Continue reading

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The Real Chris Christie For All To See

Until recently, Chris Christie had a level of popularity that made him the poster child for gop presidential pipe dreams. Despite his temper, his disregard for frugality when it comes to living off the public dole, and his frequent insulting, … Continue reading

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