Wishing death? Really?? This just proves how both sides are equally
pathetic. What sad days lay ahead.
Posted by Anonymous to Our Town and Its Business at 19 March 2016 at 07:46
It's a beautiful day in the neighbourhood. The sky is blue and completely clear. Trees have a hint of colour that will change to pale green lace in a day or two.
So much natural beauty to lift the spirits.
I thought twice before I published David Brookes' Op -Ed piece from the New York Times.
But he is a serious writer and the Conservative half of Shield and Brookes,duo of political analysts on P.B.S. hIs views are right of centre but he's not given to excess.
When he says something like the best thing that can happen is for Trump to suffer a heart attack before the nominating convention, I think that's a sign of severity of the crisis.
I've wondered as I watched the Swaggering Provocoteur toss out mindless threats and insults over a microphone to thousands gathered at his feet,so to speak, if he can survive the storm he is creating.
Last night I went to Safari for recall of the exchange between himself and Rosie O'Donnel.
I was aware of Trump's show but never watched it. Like much modern TV., it's not my idea of entertainment.
The site was jam-packed with advertising . That was interesting. I read some of the comments and thought; nope ,if that's what it takes, I can't be party to that.
I also realized the limited choice of entertainment is probably what drives me to the real life drama of politics
Trump really is disgusting. His friends and supporters insist there are two sides to him.even while they argue people love him because he is authentic.
If that's true, lewd and vacuous are virtues, the pay-off is huge and judging by the millions who approve his conduct ...all are hoping his much- boasted Midas Touch will rub off on them .
If he's successful in winning the nomination, things can only get worse.