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While listening to fellow workers in  our department talk about their therapists I started to wonder: should I go see a therapist to find out why I don’t have one? Odd. Maybe, there is something wrong with me after all! (Fight the urge to answer.)

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I have several inspiring posts lined up for the up-coming Holiday season, but with all that’s happening in Washington now I thought what the heck—it’s almost Halloween…

BTW, if Trump didn’t lie he’d be a mute—that guy is enough to make every therapist in the world a billionaire.

Okay, this past week seems to have been a meltdown week for Trump and the GOP. That party needs a very long couch and therapy session.

The U.S. actually just had a number of GOP representatives break the rule of order in Congress by barging into classified hearings on the Hill because, ‘The democrats are breaking the rule of order while taking testimony?’ The rule of order GOP members referenced in this just-so-wrong mob mentality 1) doesn’t exist and 2) investigations like this always begin by taking testimony from people that other potential witnesses won’t hear. This process ensures no so-called witness will know what the other said when giving their testimony. This fact-finding method is very simple and very correct. And, 3) the process the democrats are using was drawn up and created by the GP when they hoped to impeach Obama!!!! Factcheck=100% true on this.

What’s not correct? How about the U.S. sending tanks and soldiers to protect oil fields in Northern Syria (where the Kurds lived until this week) while Kurd’s run for their lives past our forces?* Most of the the Kurds have absolutely no place to go?  Off hand, I’d suggest the oil fields as a safe place for the Kurds to go but would our troops hand the Kurds over to Turkish forces and still ‘man’ the oil fields?

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One other question: how is it fifty nuclear war heads we had stored in Turkey are said to be still under our control? Is the world now a safer place?

I have to admit—I’ve a few more questions.

Why should we all feel like puking?

Imagine, take a moment, in the place where you live, maybe have always lived and fought to stay living, you and everyone else are told to leave in five days…Some of you have little if any savings, some live off the land…now all of you have no land… you must leave in five days.. imagine, if you will, the entire place, town or city you live in, leaving in five days or the people who can’t or haven’t will be shot dead… now.. how is that for you? America didn’t make an agreement with Turkey, it signed a death warrant for thousands of Kurd’s who trump claims need to be,’ cleaned out.’…….the real number of Kurd’s Trump has tossed aside is two million–all women, children and men. Most will will die in this ethnic cleansing initiated by Trump.

Does Trump’s tendency to equate large groups of people to scum, rat invested thieves, to something less than human mean he is much like Hitler? People ask. Well, Trump did refer to the Kurd region of Northern Syria as something that should be cleaned out. How grotesque. Thing is, I know Hitler liked dogs—and I think he liked music—so Trump isn’t exactly like Hitler. I remember that Hitler had a girl friend and I’ve never read he was accused by 19 women of sexual abuse. I admit, there are differences between these two genocidal maniacs.

We have things to be thankful for. At least Mexico might pay for the wall in Colorado.**

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And Trump’s second budget proposal, like his first, cuts Social Security and Medicare which he promised to save and not cut. See? Trump is consistent: if he’s talking, he’s lying.

There is one last bit of consistency from Trump I am thankful for: whatever he accuses someone else of doing he has already done or is about to do. This way, we always know what a low life, con man, double dealing, back stabbing man Trump is. We can take comfort in knowing who Trump is since he tells us everyday in every way. All we have to do is listen and the lowest of the lowlife Trump comes babbling out of his mouth.

GOP members continue to go pee on themselves by supporting their lunatic in the White house.

Hmmm… that reminds me: wasn’t there something about a pee-tape?

GOPee republicans! Why wait for a break during Trump’s next self-promoting advertising so-called rally. Just do it Republicans, but why are you standing down wind? Trump supporters—go ask your therapist about that.

Franque23

 

*https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trumps-focus-on-protecting-oil-in-syria-highlights-an-evolving-us-mission/2019/10/24/fbb91f3e-f68d-11e9-829d-87b12c2f85dd_story.html

**https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/video/2019/oct/24/donald-trump-falsely-claims-hes-building-a-wall-in-colorado-video

 


A report today….
“But the defining moment for Mr. Bannon came Saturday night in the form of an executive order giving the rumpled right-wing agitator a full seat on the “principals committee” of the National Security Council — while downgrading the roles of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the director of national intelligence, who will now attend only when the council is considering issues in their direct areas of responsibilities. It is a startling elevation of a political adviser, to a status alongside the secretaries of state and defense, and over the president’s top military and intelligence advisers.” *
Is anyone out there thinking like I am that this isn’t good? Does this move bode well for American security?
Here’s part of the deal in a ‘Nut-shell’, no pun intended. Trumps basic thematic message during his presidential campaign was to not trust our experts in Washington since they’d screwed everything up for the past so many years. This is why, in part, his appointments seem so left fieldish. (No,I don’t mean fiendish) Trump has turned away from appointing established experienced party members who may seem qualified for positions and mostly chosen out-of-the-blue new faces instead. Why? Experience doesn’t matter—this is part of Trump’s message.  When a horse is in a race, experience doesn’t make that horse win, the horse just has to be faster than anyone else in the race to win.
I get that twenty or more years of discontentment with a weakening middle class, blue-collar workers, farmers and many well-educated grads who can’t find work in their field of study, has created a huge ground swell of grass roots voters. They agreed with Trump: throw the experience out; it isn’t helping us.
It’s just that some areas of our government does, by an inherent understanding, require experience to be ,well, safe. Screw up a pipe line decision and some will be happy, others mad, some better off and others may die. Thing is, many agendas have a ‘wash’ affect built within their sphere’s of influence. But National Security?
National Security in terms of how America postures with long-term adversaries and new-found threats is NOT an area where experience is to be taken lightly—no way, no how.  An event that leads the world closer to conflict is not akin to the barn door being left open; it’s  can be so much worse.
I had a father and his four brothers who all fought in war for our Military. I have relatives now who have served or are serving in our military. Through their eyes I have been given small glimpses into the severe importance of our military’s actions. Trump should have never downgraded our own Generals and our CIA when it comes to his access to their opinions and intelligence. He did that today, and it’s wrong.
I trust our military; we have the strongest military in the world! Anyone who thinks as I do that our military leaders are the ones who should be advising our President on military maters of national security had better contact their representatives or the White House.
Democrats and Republicans need to unite and stop this particular peculiar move by President Trump.
Franque23

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