Saturday, November 12, 2016

When you wish upon a star

I made some comments on my Facebook page this morning that went like this:

"Do you remember when Rush Limbaugh and countless others said they couldn't wait for President Obama to fail?

I'll let that thought lay where my reminder sends you."

After saying that I want to make something clear about those comments. I do not in any way, shape or form wish a failure upon the Trump residency (sorry, I still cannot afford him that title that so many good men have earned). 

I do not wish to be construed as a cheerleader for doom. You see, I believe that a president's failure is America's as well. It is really too bad that Washington's politics during President Obama's two terms did not observe those same sentiments.

My comment was merely an effort to call out all the Republicans saying "stop being such a big baby" and "let's all get along."

And just where were these same Republicans the past eight years? And talk about playing nice? Don't even get me started....

All I can do is laugh at the utter, utter hypocrisy. Except this election still makes me want to cry.

That said, I predict that Resident Trump and the GOP are going to piss off the American people so badly by the time the midterms roll around in two short years that the Democrats will be derelict if they fail to take full advantage of GOP arrogance.

Just wait when all those throngs of angry voters realize when the GOP move to destroy Social Security and Medicare; when the GOP cuts the taxes of corporations and the rich but not the poor; when the GOP do nothing to bring jobs back to America. You think trickle down economics works? If so, I hope you enjoy golden showers.

Do evangelical Republicans recall being horrified when God let "that Kenyan, that horrible socialist Muslim and *gasp* black man" in the White House?

First off, God could care less who our President is and more to the point, if you prayed that God would put the right man in the Oval Office, and then President Obama was elected, not once but twice, would that not be a sign from God? Heaven forbid if you believe Satan was more powerful than God and let the anti-christ be elected.

Personally, I do not see how evangelicals will ever be able to forgive themselves for condoning Trump, the religious pretender; Trump, the thrice-married adulterer; Trump, the man who plans to turn this nation's back against those in need; and Trump, the cruel misogynist, xenophobe, homophobe (and more) into the White House. They regularly called President Obama the anti-christ.

Again, oh the hypocrisy, the irony, not to mention, SIN.

Imagine the anger when the voters who put him in the White House realize they've been duped by Trump, Pence and the rest of the sorry lot sitting in a Republican-led Congress. 

I'd love to laugh, but we, the pawns of Washington, are going to be the ones that suffer, of that you can be sure... Congress always finds a way to protect itself... at out detriment, I might add.

1 comment:

  1. There are but two classes in America... the rich (and powerful) and everyone else...