The F.B.I. recently uncovered several other items Donald Trump took from the White House: (1) Abe Lincoln’s Stove Pipe Hat (2) J. Edgar Hoover’s Hoop Skirt (3) Teddy Roosevelt’s Big Stick (4) Eisenhower’s personal collection of, “I Like Ike Buttons (5) Martha Washington’s secret recipe for Cherry Pie (6) Ronald Reagan’s undocumented S.A.G. Card. (7) Barack Obama’s Afro Pick Comb. (8) George W. Bush’s Crayola Crayons. (9) Jimmy Carter’s Elevator Shoes. (10) F.D.R.’s Wheelchair Lubricant. (11) Bill Clinton’s Address Book. #tinyyellowhat
Congresswoman Margorie Taylor Green is a festering pimple on the nose of democracy. Presently, the representative from Georgia is the quintessential queen of conspiracy theory simpletons. The hard-shelled loser’s harassment of David Hogg, the Parkland school shooting survivor, was despicable. Into the bargain, free speech does not entitle ugly Americans like Margorie Taylor Green to openly threaten her colleagues with death. The congresswoman’s bugnutty behavior should never be glossed over. Her expulsion from Congress is a no-brainer. Resist.
Good and Decent Human Beings
There are more of us than there are of them. There are more good and decent human beings in our country than victims; miscreants; whiners; haters, and conspiracy driven simpletons. Good and decent human beings bear the blame for their own mistakes. Rather than looking for scapegoats, they look for solutions. Wherever good and decent human beings encounter hate, they sow love and reach out to those less fortunate. In turn, they are curious, loving, kind and altruistic. Good and decent human beings not only inspire others, they yearn to make our planet a better place for their children, grandchildren, and future generations. Nelson Mandela said: “As we let our own light shine, we give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates everyone.” No one should ever feel compelled to owe racism, xenophobia, and misogyny an open mind. Resist.
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