Posts Tagged: racism

Lying and crying

So, where were we? Well, let’s not dilly dally. I’m ready to jump right in to another (ugh) political post. This one will be a little different, as I discuss what appears to be Trump’s overarching “strategy”. Near as I can tell, it basically amounts to lying and crying. Yes, yes, I seem to be… Read more »

Pardon my indecision

During the week leading up to my big Birthday BBQ, a lot was happening in the world and here. And the following week, I was too bushed to post much. Plus, I have another problem. Too many things worthy of commentary have happened. Because I’m not sure where to begin, I ask you to pardon… Read more »

Racism is stupid

Since I left Corporate America, I’ve had a nice rebirth in humanity. Less anger, more tolerance. Less impatience, more perspective. So, given those improvements in worldview, I feel I can see and say this statement clearly: Racism is stupid. A digression about the word stupid for a moment… I don’t care for the word much…. Read more »

Tolerance is for cowards

I hear it all the time. I read it all the time. We should all be more tolerant. If only people were more tolerant. Less bad stuff would happen if there was more tolerance in the world. Baloney. There’s all too much tolerance in the world. Look at all we tolerate: racism, sexism, ageism, discrimination,… Read more »

Donald Trump is making up ground

You may start to pout You may want to cry You may begin to shout I’m telling you why Donald Trump is making up ground.   He’s checking his polls He’s checking them twice And even though they still Don’t look all that nice Donald Trump is making up ground.   He sees you when… Read more »

Don’t wait for facts to mess up your opinion!

Two catchphrases that should not be used together:  Ignorance is bliss.  Express yourself. We have a little brouhaha down here. Actually, it seems like the whole country is interested.  Or at least has an opinion.  Fortunately, no one needs to wait for facts to have one of those! In the time following the strange departure… Read more »