Tag Archives: reality

turning dreams into reality

Courage is the key for turning dreams into reality. Persistent pursuit of a vision requires both faith and courage, but it pays off when the dream is finally realized. Just ask Mickey or Donald.

brilliantly understated by Captain Obvious

Even though it’s refreshing to see that Cabinet members do have at least a tenuous grasp on reality, Secretary of State Tillerson wasn’t quoted correctly.¬† At least one source reports that he actually called the #BLOTUS¬† “a F_ _ _ _ing moron.”

That makes more sense, and is a far more accurate description of his boss. Call ’em like ya see ’em Rex.

a prostitute and his John

This wonderfully graphic cartoon illustrate the reality of the relationship between the NRA & gun lobby with our Congress. Just in case you’re confused, the John is on the bottom. The one getting paid, the pro, is on top.

there’s a difference

We owe a debt of gratitude to the journalists and reporters whose work is to make sure the truth is exposed and the public knows the facts. Too many have too much to hide. It’s the dedication and commitment to the truth that is the bedrock of our freedom.

listing the Liar’s lies

When was the last time a US president’s lies filled an entire page of the New York Times? When has there been a time in our nation’s history when so many ignored the lies to continue supporting such a real loser?

The growing shame of our country is not the ignorance, greed and total immorality of #BLOTUS. The true shame of our nation is the willing acceptance and continued support of such a man by all those who do not care about the reality of what he is and what he grabbing.

ramming through the “wealthcare” bill

This isn’t democracy at work…it is unadulterated greed; ¬†partisan politics working to benefit the wealthy, with no pretense of helping those in our society with the greatest need. Every senator voting for this bill is sending a clear and unambiguous one-finger salute to the vast majority of our nation.

a life-saving transfusion needed

There’s a huge difference between healthcare and wealthcare. We truly do not need more tax breaks for the wealthy of our nation, especially at the price of taking away medical care for those most at risk, Our democracy needs an immediate and life-saving transfusion of a 50/50 solution of justice and compassion.