with his loud and reckless
was putting my family's safety
And for this
I'd never forgive him."
Who started the questioning of the birth certificate, Michelle?
Perhaps not Hillary, herself -- but supporters of the Hillary Clinton campaign circulated an email of innuendo and powerful suggestion and reckless accounts that questioned the legitimacy of Barack Obama's real place of birth. Trump only picked up the ball and ran with it for a wee bit...because, if you all haven't noticed, he kinda likes to stir the pot every now and again. It's sport.
But the truth of the matter is -- if it weren't for the bold move of a democratic operative at the time, circa August 2008, a Phil Berg.... the guy who actually filed a lawsuit questioning the multiple citizenships of Barack Obama -- dare I say, Trump would never have known or had the propaganda to question anything. So blame Phil; blame the supporters of Hillary Clinton and their anonymously circulated letter exposing the controversy; just don't blame Trump. (just wiki Phil and see what you see...)
"I've never been a fan of politics,
and my experience
over the last ten years
has done little to change that,"
according to the Post.
"I continue to be
put off by the nastiness."
Remember Bill Clinton -- the other "misogynist," of recent history who made it to the White House? Do you all even remember when he said this....while stumping for his wife...when attempting to woo Ted Kennedy over: "A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags." (referring to your husband, Michelle) yikes.
Talk about a nasty back and forth between you'all...
and for this...I believe, that the four of you have never quite fully recovered, unless it's for show.
So to forgive or to not forgive of things imagined and of things anchored in reality --- it's all about one's perspective, I guess:
Trump's response to how Michelle, My Bell, can never forgive Trump for putting her family in danger...even though the Clinton campaign clearly choreographed the controversy from it's conception, under the guise of the end will justify the means (Fifty Shades of Alinsky, right) --
“She got paid a lot of money to write a book, and they always insist that you come up with controversy,” Trump told reporters at the White House before departing for Paris. “Well, I’ll give you a little controversy back. I’ll never forgive [President Obama] for what he did to our United States military by not funding it properly. It was depleted.
and for this -- I need to scroll back up to where I placed misogynist in quotes, for just a moment.
I've said this before, and I'll probably say it again-- but throwing around the word misogynist to describe a guy who actually loves women so much, that he assaults them with his loud and reckless, or his soft and southern, innuendo, his hands, his whatever, is a misuse -- in my view -- of the true meaning behind word, the characterization. Is it a hatred of women, at the root cause of their flamboyance -- the overreach, so to speak -- of a women's private space, and perhaps even her privates? Is it?
I just don't understand why this word is so freely thrown around like a cheap trick to describe Trump -- but not Bill? But I digress.
Of Trump, she adds her “body buzzed with fury” after hearing the hot-mic tape in which he bragged about grabbing women. “It was an expression of hatred that had generally been kept out of polite company, but still lived in the marrow of our supposedly enlightened society — alive and accepted enough that someone like Donald Trump could afford to be cavalier about it.” She tried to block out his election.
and for this, Michelle, in the book, expands upon her fury and frustrations, questioning the intelligence of women choosing a misogynist over Hillary -- while totally dismissing the ideological differences that come between us women.
How frightfully ignorant; shameful, really. It's a wonder how this rather oppressive liberal expectation -- political mandate, really -- to vote according to one's genitalia or the color of our skin, has any street cred left at all these days; the suffragettes of yesteryear must be rolling in their graves...like, we fought for women's voting rights for this? Shame on you, Michelle, shame on you.
Michelle ...before including the word misogynist to describe President Trump, you may want to look at the facts (again)...Here's a great place to start; and ya' just gotta love the irony....as these facts come courtesy from a place called The Hill, here.
and for this, dare I add, that Trump not only adores women (unless he doesn't like you....teehee), he hires them! And hires more than any other White House in American history, like, ever! Unfortunately, for you lefty's, that is just an inconvenient truth.
Thing is, Michelle -- let's look at the latest picture of reality....
Yes, there are some crazies...
And what about these crazies....
and then there's this...
yeah, this girl is put off by the kinds of nastiness infringing upon the peace and security of community and family, too.
Can't we all get along?
Not sure, really; this girl isn't seeing much hope.
The nastiness of politics is as old as the nastiness of prostitution, as old as the nastiness of old men, as old as the nastiness of a bitter old woman, as old as the nastiness of humankind, way back when and now. [And just as a point of interest, Newt didn't invent political nastiness, either; perhaps Saul Alinsky, and the movement back behind Rules for Radicals, may deserve that credit; for the modern day display of loud and reckless and nasty political partisanship has only escalated, beginning with the community organizing from the sixties and seventies.]
Our capacity to love and hate is all the same, really; as we simply, madly, deeply, all get around in our pursuit of happiness on any given day, it gets down to our individual choices that make manifest our world, large and small. The outcome of each of our individual choices effects us personally, at home, and when combined, in the collective, as a nation.
We all walk the line of good and evil with every little thing life brings; and naturally, with the way the universe works -- under the law of attraction -- we create the environment, the atmosphere, the culture of our time in LIVE FEED all the live long day; everywhere and everything we put our minds, every intention and every thought and every word and every deed -- left, right, front and center, high and low -- makes our present moment, for better or worse. For everything begins with a thought; making thoughts as powerful as the president of the United States.
Hate to break it to you, Michelle and all, but the America we see and experience today -- is not entirely Trump's fault.
Which goes to explain the real fraud happening under our feet, exposing just how powerful the left leaning media truly is -- for it is the mainstream media who dishonestly decides and mischievously aligns with what to say and what to print, not only against this republican, right-wing, Trump Administration, but against the actual good that is going on in America, as a whole, today; thereby, reducing mainstream media to nothing more than a 24/7 propaganda stream.
It must be nice to be Michelle, right about now. Her BECOMING, becomes her, because the media loves her, Hollywood adores her, and half of the American men and women in this country seem to worship her. [I think she's cute.] She can say or do no wrong, and is perfect in every way.
And speaking of becoming...you would think our current First Lady, Melania, would gain the same respect, but noooooo; all she gets, is a constant stream of hate. In a word, that is some kind of nastiness. ugh.
and for this, I can't end the day on this note.
Did you all happen to see the story about the emu and the donkey?
How unlikely are these two to not only co-exist, peacefully, but to fall in love....so sweet!
It almost carries enough power to give the American people a little hope, doesn't it?
live, love, laugh....indeed
Make it a Good Day, G