I so wish Bernie Sanders would have won the presidential election of 2016. We saw him in Sept. in Milwaukee. I was amazed at the turn out, and how many young people were there. He makes sense, and really breaks down Trump’s promises he made during the campaign. A true American.
I wish I could make people sit down and listen to this. I am not sure if it would do any good, it seems you can’t reach people on the other side anymore.
via Bernie Sanders talks money — The happy Quitter!
Lucky Otter nails it exactly how many of us here in the United States are feeling right now. We are scared. I’ve never been this scared , and I’m 58 and have seen a lot of bad things in my life. I’ve taken my existence in the U.S. for granted , never did I think I would see someone like this in power. He is truly frightening as are many in the government. Everyday it’s something, and it’s only been a week.
But it is. I’m talking about the increasing feeling of unreality and foreboding under this new administration, run by a sociopath that even ten years ago wouldn’t have had a snowball’s chance in hell of becoming president. I sat, frozen in horror on election night, as I watched more and more states turned red, even […]
via “This could never happen in America.” — Lucky Otters Haven
I think he should. If he doesn’t, how will we know if his decisions are made for the nation or to fatten his bank account? A friend sent this note: “If you want to support Senator Warren’s request to audit President-Elect Trump’s finances for conflicts of interest, the woman who answered the phone […]
via Should Trump Disclose His Conflicts of Interest? — Diane Ravitch’s blog
http://www.yahoo.com/news/what-just-happened-with-carrier-is-crazy-223106708.html And now, Trump has persuaded Carrier to keep at least half of the 2,000 jobs it planned to outsource in Indiana, a remarkable instance of federal arm-twisting aimed at a single corporation… Everyone’s talking about how Trump saved 1,000 jobs, yet no one wants to mention the other 1,000 jobs that are going to […]
via What about me? — All Things Chronic
I have to say I like Brian Williams, but did he really think he could lie about events that never happened? Come on, we all lie about stuff, but most of us are not making a boatload of money to deliver the national news.
Maybe we can get NBC to start suspending all of these politicians that lie on a regular basis. Now that would be sweet.