Thursday: Things to Think About

Here’s my weekly installment of political education, including a hopeful piece about passing legislation. Great things really can be done if people would work together; sadly, it seems that many can’t, don’t, and won’t even come to a consensus about what to work together on.

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  2. buffalotompeabody
    Apr 01, 2017 @ 17:26:32

    LOL and whew! I can’t wait until the day we find ourselves viewing Trump and the Trump publicans in our rear-view mirrors! 👍👍

    • sepultura13
      Apr 02, 2017 @ 21:30:33

      If the Dems would grow some balls and vote against Gorsuch, that day would come much sooner! It irks me that they won’t unite and unanimously vote against everyone that the Drumpf names for any position, but I guess that shows how much the DINOs have infiltrated the party, and have successfully done so since even before President Obama’s two terms!

      • buffalotompeabody
        Apr 03, 2017 @ 07:18:51

        Neil Gorsuch could be the worst of them all. I mean, talk about your unflushable turds!
        I can’t be the only one frustrated by this “knowing right from wrong doesn’t matter anymore” Republican attitude. Free will eventually cross the line and decent people will have to stand up against them.

      • sepultura13
        Apr 05, 2017 @ 10:59:56

        The hypocrisy of the psychotic Drumpf apologists is as nauseating as his daily early-morning tweets. He clearly has no self-control, no boundaries, and not even a lick of common sense – but people still support him without question. All of the lies he told, and continues to tell, are ridiculous. His corruption and lawlessness are over-the-top and in everybody’s faces, but people still convince themselves daily, and try to convince others, that Hillary would have been so much worse.

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