Tag Archives: disgust

a parade for lil Donnie

The only military parade our lying, racist, traitor of a president should get is in Moscow from the country he serves. Military parades should be reserved for American heroes who can never be given enough respect. Five-time draft dodgers deserve nothing but shame and disgust.

a hunter’s dream

The best part of this “Witch Hunt” is that it’s open season all year long, and there’s no bag limits. It’s a hunter’s dream.

#BLOTUS can call Mueller’s investigation anything he wants. The truth, however, is already disgustingly clear.  Trump has sold out the United States to Russia. He is a traitor that needs to be impeached, indicted and put on trial for treason. And the same holds true for any member of Congress still supporting him.

#BLOTUS at the UN (part II)

This snapshot of those listening to Trump’s speech at the UN is priceless. It really does capture the moment better than words. This is what happens when a “dotard” gets to play in public.

no deals on the Day of Judgement

Kudos to the Dayton Daily News for Mr. Peters’ excellent cartoon of the #BLOTUS meeting with Pope Francis. The expression on the Pope’s face is an example of exceptionally true-to-life realism.

I admire Pope Francis as a authentic spiritual leader. He teaches and guides by example as did the man from Nazareth I attempt to follow. A good example is his gifting a copy of his letter on climate change to the #BLOTUS during their recent visit. (If only the President could read…)

What caught my attention, however, was the Pope’s expression during the visit. Normally smiling and laughing, the Pope just could not hide look of distaste (dare I say, disgust) during his time with the first family.

His true feelings for the President of the United States were plain for all to see. But, on the bright side, he didn’t openly laugh at the man as did several of the world leaders gathered at the NATO Summit.

The #BLOTUS might have written The Art of the Deal, but there’s no deals going to be made on the Day of Judgement. Maybe that will bring a smile to the Pope’s face. It certainly brings one to mine.