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Trump is Having Such a Hard Time

I worry about his fragile little ego, so I thought I would send a nice, thoughtful sympathy card:


Alternative Facts Orwellian Double Speak

This is double plus ungood.

Remember how one of the points of double speak was to limit vocabulary and streamline sentences so that a person could say what they had to in as few words as possible? I just realized that is what the Commander in Tweet is doing with his Twitter account.

Screw it! Let's Divide the Nation!

Democrats and repukes carry ID cards detailing their ideological preferences. Democrats get to keep everything we had under Obama, NO CHANGES! Repukes can deal with all the fascist crap the shitgibbon lays on them.

This is the ONLY fair plan the way I see it. The election was stolen. The president is illegitimate. He cannot force the majority of voters to be subject to his will.

What say ye?

My Taxes Going to Pay for tRump Clappers?!

No wonder he needed to cut all those unnecessary programs! He needs to pay for all those idiots who will clap themselves silly for him.

I'm seriously considering not paying any taxes until he is deposed.

Place Your Bets Everyone

Bet on tRump's assassination, impeachment, or painting the WH gold!

At the Casino.org site: https://www.casino.org/blog/president-trump-odds/

Did such a thing exist for Obama? This is far beyond ridiculous.

Indirect Democracy, complacency, and the Fall of the Roman Republic

I've been thinking of how similar Rome's history is to ours. The Roman senate was a form of indirect democracy such as we have. It bred complacency in its citizens who were happy to just let the senate do what it thought best. This is similar to most of the U.S. who does not want to be involved in politics. The end of the Roman republic came out of a manufactured crisis kind of like Obamacare, Drain the Swamp, etc. Finally, the first triumvirate had a celebrity (Julius Caesar), a military man (Pompey), and a man with a lot of cash to fund the coup (Crassus). We have a celebrity (tRump), a military man (Putin), and a people with a lot of cash (RNC donors, Putin again, supposedly tRump). In the beginning, Caesar refused to be emperor. In the beginning, tRump said he did not want to be president (might just withdraw after he won the RNC). Slowly but steadily, Caesar gained more power and became a true emperor. Slowly, tRump has been insinuating himself into government (with his cabinet picks and pushing congress to get rid of ACA, etc).

We know how it ended for Caesar; the senators, his buddies, stabbed him to death. At what point will this happen to tRump?

The scariest thought to come out of this has been the fact that Rome did not learn its lesson and continued to allow increasingly bad emperors to assume control. Will this happen to us?

Why won't Twitter ban tRump?

Can someone explain why they won't? I really don't understand how he can be allowed to spew hate. Aren't they getting thousands of complaints daily? Maybe everyone should boycott Twitter, just lay off of it for a few weeks.

Show us the TAXES!

Peegate is hilarious, but you know what would make more sense? Actually getting a peek at the tRump's taxes to see if there is anything incriminating in them. It seems like Peegate has backfired and given more credence to tRump's fake news conspiracy. I do not want to fall into a trap. I do not want to be mislead from the real news by sensationalism. This is getting dangerous. tRump attacked two media sources today, basically telling buzzfeed he would see they get shut down after he is sworn in.

The taxes route worked for Al Capone. It wasn't as sexy as listing all his hits, but it worked to put him away.
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