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taste the despair: democrats losing it over trump

friday, august 17th, 2018

it seems the Republican National Committee (RNC)'s cash advantage over the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is even more pronounced than the numbers – $43.8 million to $3.4 million – indicate. As long as Democrats like Nancy Pelosi vainly ignore, downplay, or even badmouth good to excellent to record-breaking (in more ways than one) economic numbers – and in the process beclown themselves – the RNC will have to spend next to nothing when it comes to creating ads for the midterm elections.

Pelosi, in particular, is the gift that keeps on giving to the GOP. Cementing herself as one of our nation's most morally and economically ignorant citizens, just prior to the GOP passing – and President Trump signing – sweeping tax reform legislation in December of last year, Mrs. Pelosi went on a historically foolish rant.

Awash in hyperbole and hypocrisy – remember, she leads the party that stands for, among other immoral outrageousness, the "right" to kill the most helpless and innocent among us, the "right" for boys to take trophies from girls, and the legal redefinition of the oldest institution in the history of humanity – she accused Republicans of embracing "moral obscenity and unrepentant greed."

Blind to her extreme "plutocracy hypocrisy," the 78-year-old grandmother, who's been in Congress for over 31 years and has a reported net worth of over $100 million, claimed that a vote for the GOP tax bill was "a vote to install a permanent plutocracy in our nation." Forgetting that she represents those who hate our Founders and our military and those who think children are a "punishment," Mrs. Pelosi also claimed that the GOP tax bill "does violence to the vision of our Founders" and "disrespects the sacrifice of our men and women in uniform. And it betrays the future and betrays the aspirations of our children."

After the GOP tax bill went into effect and businesses and corporations started shelling out large bonuses and raises, Mrs. Pelosi then had the difficult duty of pretending these were not really good things. Her "crumbs" comments have already come back to haunt her, and they should continue to do so.

Nancy Pelosi is far from alone in her efforts to keep the American electorate from believing what they are seeing when it comes to the U.S. economy. Chuck Schumer echoed her "crumbs" comment; Debbie Wasserman Schultz joined in the "Liberals against a Magnificent Economy" (otherwise known as LAME – I hear they'll be opening for Madonna soon) chorus; and, naturally, the establishment media aided and abetted these absurd attempts at deceit.

Along with trying to put increased wages in a bad light, Pelosi and her ilk also had the unenviable task of convincing Americans that more jobs is a bad thing. While trying to distract from record employment numbers, Pelosi attempted to disown the health care debacle that continues to plague millions of Americans. In other words, along with convincing American voters that increased wage and jobs numbers are somehow "fake news," Democrats are also hoping to dupe us into forgetting that it is they who wrecked our health care system.

The awesome May jobs report gave the left-wing media another opportunity to remind us how smart they are and how stupid President Trump is. They did about as well as they usually do. CNN's Don Lemon said, "There's no question today's job report is good news, including the news that we're as close as we've ever been to full employment in the black community. But what's full employment without full respect?"

As Andrew Klavan aptly put it, "Don apparently thinks Americans don't respect all black people. Who's going to break the news that it's just him we don't respect?" Instead of the great news on jobs, NBC wanted to focus on – and pretend it wasn't the only one focused on – Trump's "premarket tweet." CNN's chief national correspondent, John King, dared everyone to find a president of the United States prior to Trump "talking about, tweeting about, communicating about the unemployment report before it came out." Someone took his dare and proved him laughably wrong.

Things have gotten so good economically – or bad, depending on your election hopes – and so deep is the left's hatred for Trump and his administration that liberals have stooped to "a pox on you and your economy!" On a recent episode of his Real Time show, Bill Maher declared:

Can I ask about the economy? Because this economy is going pretty well. I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point. And by the way, I'm hoping for it. Because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy. So, please, bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people, but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy.

Actually, it's a republic – if we can keep it. And as is sometimes attributed to Ben Franklin himself, when the people find they can vote themselves money – as often happens when there is a ballot cast for a Democrat – that will herald the end of the republic. In other words, Maher and his minions face a political Catch-22: to elect more Democrats, liberals need a "crashing economy," but the quickest way to a "crashing economy" is to elect more Democrats. Good luck with that, Bill.

Maher's selfish drivel was upstaged only by that of Robert De Nero – I mean "Niro." Sorry, I sometimes confuse vulgar, debauched Romans. With his epic "F Trump" rant, De Niro and his enthusiastically approving audience at the Tony Awards again reminded us – as if we needed reminding – of where hedonistic Hollywood stands on the political and moral spectrum.

Whether De Niro or Samantha Bee, Joy Behar, Susan Sarandon, Chelsea Handler, Lena Dunham, J.K. Rowling, Jennifer Lawrence, Jimmy Kimmel, George Clooney, Matt Damon, Danny Glover, Michael Moore, Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert – the more they open their foul, godless mouths, the more they also remind us why Trump was elected and why liberals and liberalism have been so widely rejected.

©7/15/2018 By Trevor Grant Thomas, "American Thinker".

A Day In The Life.

Although wanting to sleep-in late on Friday, I had things to do. LOTS of things to do. After coffee, I remembered that Friday's garbage pick-up day, and since I only had 2 bags at the curb, I filled 3 other bags with very heavy books I didn't want, and literally dragged them to my and my neighbor's curb. And the Republic Waste Truck took them all. I started dismantling my wine racks, putting books, DVDs and "tchotchkes" in separate boxes, the wooden wine racks stacked at my from curb, and they were snapped-up within an hour by neighbors. All the other boxes full of colored glass went into my basement for future use, and the clear glass went to neighbors for their upcoming yard ales. Glad to be rid of it all, after 28yrs.

Now, I searching for a house vent, house duct and dryer duct cleaning company, and have chosen Zach-Vac in Elizabethtown. I worked from 8a to 5:30p, to get the stuff from the wine racks separated, boxed, labeled and lighter items ready to go to the basement, for storage in their own area. I was exhausted, had a Chicken Salad Sandwich, some red plums, and plopped down in the leather recliner chair, and slept until 9p.

The condo's dining room looked absolutely naked without all those wine racks, books, DVDs and "tchotchkes", dammit. Next up is getting the kitchen prepped – minus the computer system – with appliances and my chef's tools displayed on the walls. I need to set-up many more boxes, or go get more at Staples. By 11p, I'd shut down the computer and headed upstairs to bed. A very productive day, all in all.

I slept-in until 9a, on Saturday; felt good. My hip, legs and back were hurting from all the boxing-up, lifting and carrying so much stuff, including the 13 wooden wine racks, that I was limping all over the place, with hip and leg pain in both sides. I took some Tylenol, but that sure didn't help much. I canceled Lee coming down for the day to help, and re-scheduled him to the 18th. I had duct/vent cleaning services to call for estimates, and choose one. Floor refinishers, painters, electricians, a Comcast employee doing side work to move my computer etc from the kitchen to the new sunroom, when it's painters, refloored and office furniture set-up handymen – you name it. I'm tired already, and the real work hasn't even begun in earnest, yet.

I quit at 6:30p, and settled-in to relax, get something to eat, and watch some CATV. There were some good documentaries on History Channel and NatGeo. But everytime I sat down, sipped some ice water, had a smoke, I started nodding-off. 12midnight: time to call it a day and get some sleep.

Keeps me going and tastes damned good!

I again slept-in until 9:30a on Sunday, and needed that extra sleep. I made coffee, had a peach and nectarine for breakfast, and drove over to Home Depot to get some White Lithium Grease, to lube my garage door's tracks and wheels. I lugged some more boxes of books to the basement, so there isn't much left in the dining or living rooms which need stowing until the painters arrive. Next comes the upstairs, but most of that stuff can go in dresser drawers or on the beds until the painters and carpet layers finish.

I ordered a "loaded" Domino's Pizza for lunch, for home delivery, online. Amazing what you can get these days. Pretty darned good. After hauling boxes to the basement all morning, I needed to eat and rest for a while, so I watched parts of the Michigan 400 NASCAR race. Later that evening, after a tip from Becky, on QVC (which I never watch), I ordered a Serta Perfect Sleeper Cache Hotel Pillowtop Queen Mattress for $699 (marked back up in ad; sale was on to midnight Sunday), Item #H217902. A hell of buy to replace my 30yr old Simmons BeautyRest. By 11p, I was fading fast, so I pulled the plug, and went upstairs for some sleep.

With no appointments scheduled, I slept-in until 10a on Monday. Felt good. After coffee and oatmeal for breakfast, I sat down with scores and scores of construction, painting, handyman, flooring, carpeting, designer, and dozens of other folders, and tried to get a handle on "what's next?", and narrowed them down to the best I've used so far. I spent the day calling them, lining them up for the next 2 weeks, and still have more to go, before September 1st. After lunch, Dad & Becky stopped by for a visit, and I watched new episodes of "American Pickers" until 10, and called it a day Tomorrow's going to be very busy.

I was up at 5a on Tuesday; just couldn't sleep anymore than 7hrs. I made coffee, had sunny-side-up eggs and toast, scanned the weather and news. Yesterday's hard rain brought more floods to York and surrounding counties, and I feel bad for people living in low-lying areas. But who the hell buys property and lives in a flood plain?" IDIOTS!

At 7:45a, I got a call from Becky, telling me that Dad, 94, had fallen during the night, on a bathroom trip, and smashed his face and head into a wall, leaving a large dent/hole, and messing-up his face with a large gash, and ending-up with a severe brain bleed. She called 911 and the rushed him to the hospital's ER, and she's asked me to come to her house to stay with the cleaning ladies and painter (getting samples of her leftover paint for my sunroom), until she calls from the ER with a report. He also fell yesterday and hit his head at Glen-Gery Brick Co, in York, while choosing brick for his new patio. More as this develops. He's being operated on, and will go to ICU for more than a few days, and then to a private room, for who knows how long. I hope my prayers are helpful.

I left Becky's around 11:30a, stopped for a few errands, went food shopping at Weis Market, and went home to unload groceries and wait for Becky to call with an update. She stopped by, picked me up and we drove to the York Hospital ICU to visit Dad. Things are in God's and the surgeons' hands now. She and I left at 5:45p, since Dad was being CT-Scanned and other tests were coming-up, plus he needed sleep. We stopped at 5 GUYS BURGERS and got some dinner, and I went back to my sunroom schedule, to take my mind off Dad. He's under the best care there is, and it isn't doing any good to worry about it.

The sunroom scheduling has become a nightmare, since everyone is just getting back from the shore or vacation time and is backed-up for days, weeks and months, which screws my schedule up, bigtime. I didn't expect such scheduling problems, or I'd have started all this 3-4 weeks ago. DAMMIT! Next, I'll be into Labor Day on 9/3, and my Comcast Tech guy probably won't be able to help if he takes a 3-day vacation. Not much I can do; it is what it is.

I have to be in at PSU-Hershey Medical Center at 7:15a for a CT-Scan, and for a 9:00a clinic conference with the Dr, so Becky's picking me up at 5:00a, and I'm crashing tonite at 10p. Night all.

3:45a came too damned early on Wednesday morning, but I made some black coffee (no milk or cream solids; only 'clear' liquids), and was ready when Becky showed-up at 5a. We have a Garmin unit which gets us there and back, but it wasn't working at all. A fuse had blown for the cigarette lighter outlet it was plugged into, which we later replaced with a new fuse. Luckily, it's am easy drive to Hershey by memory, as we've made it many times. I hate the drive to Hershey in rush hour traffic, but coming home is easy before the 12noon lunch rush starts.

Becky and I drove to York Hospital and spent 2hrs w/ Dad, who wasn't conscious and had a bad night. After discussing Dad's tests' results with the surgeon and various nurses, we left around 4p to get other things done. Both of us were so tired from getting-up at 3:45a, to be on the road by 5a, I went home for a catnap, and so did Becky. The "catnap" lasted 3-4hrs.

I watched CATV's "American Pickers", which showed all episodes I'd never seen before, though I was darn near dead tired, drinking plenty of ice water, and Starbuck's Vanilla Coffee in a can, until 1:00a, and finally threw in the towel. I can sleep late in the morning, since Tammie, the interior designer and window treatment expert and her installer, wouldn't be here until 1p, to install the 4ft x 9ft motorized sunroom blinds for the curved windows. The 6 other south-facing window blinds with blackout shades won't be installed until later, after the painting is done. On Friday at 8a, the 1-800-Got-Junk? crew will be here to remove couches, speakers, and numerous other items to make room for painters, new carpet, new vinyl plant flooring and new furniture, so tomorrow is a good day to sleep late.

I managed to sleep until 8:30a, on Thursday, made coffee and had Shredded Wheat w/ a sliced banana. Still tired from yesterday, I fell asleep at the table while scanning the news and weather. The coffee helped a little, but I was exhausted and couldn't get out of that "mode". Tammie and Ed, her installer, arrived at 12:15p, and installed 3 motorized blinds in the sunroom, John, one of the painters called to say he'd be in tomorrow at 7a, and 1-800-GOT-JUNK? will be in at 8a, to get rid of a pile of stuff from the condo. I fell back asleep in the leather recliner, and missed my 3:30p mtg at Wells-Fargo Bank with Becky and Travis, the W-F VP. I'll call him next week for an appointment and get the Power of Att'y papers signed on Dad's accounts.

I climbed back into the leather recliner around 5:30p, and dozed for a few more hours. I woke-up to catch the final hour of The Mark Levin Show, then called it a week. Tomorrow's going to be a busy day, and so will the coming weeks.

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