Non-Sizable Digits

We have a major issue in our society today, and we must take action to bring awareness to others about the need for social change.  As President Obama recently stated in a town hall meeting in the UK, “..change takes time.” However, we cannot stress how urgent this issue is.  For a long time now we have referred to the big toe as the “big toe”. However, this is discriminatory.  Do you know how the big toe feels when you call it the big toe?  That’s right, it feels big and clunky. Do you know how the other toes feel, when you imply that they are little?  That’s right, small and insignificant.  We cannot allow this discriminatory behavior anymore.  It is time for social change. We must now, therefore, refer to all our toes as Non-Sizable Digits. Thank you.


The Donald Campaign Message 04/17/2016

The course has been set.  The ship has left the dock and the sailors are singing the words above as they set sail for the new land. It seems like uncharted territory but, in reality, there is a compass, there are stars and there are plenty of signs to tell us which way to go.  We just need to listen to the words of nature, aka the “still small voice.”

In the 2016 presidential campaign there is a similar ring coming from the bell tower.  The people of the country are sending a message but, no one listens to the faint tones whispering across our land.
We are seeing a polarization of the citizens.  Some are saying, “I’m fed up with the bickering, the indecisiveness, the inability to accomplish even a menial task within the Congress or the Executive Branch.
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Holy Cow!  You mean to tell me that “THE GOVERNMENT” is the biggest problem in America?  Why yes, according to this Gallup Poll.  And a U.S. News and World Report dated Jan. 3, 2016 had “THE GOVERNMENT” listed as the #2 problem, just one percentage point behind Unemployment. The U.S. News article had it listed as “Dissatisfaction with government/Congress/politicians; poor leadership/corruption/abuse of power.
Well now folks, how do we fix this problem?  Let’s see, here are some examples from our previous presidents. President George Washington refused to accept his presidential salary, which was $25,00 a year.  That sent a nice message to the citizens. His inauguration speech was the shortest on record —133 words and less than two minutes long. Doesn’t sound like the verbose candidates running for office today.  Now contrast that 133 words with William Henry Harrison who holds the record for the longest inauguration speech in history at 8,578 words long and one hour and 40 minutes. Unfortunately, he gave the speech during bad weather and a month later, he was dead from pneumonia, making his the shortest presidency on record.  Whoa! I think there is foreboding message there?
On his epitaph, which he composed, Jefferson mentions that he was the author of the Declaration of Independence and the statuette of Virginia for Religious Freedom.  He did not mention that he had been the President of the United States.  Probably, a sign of humility, rare among modern day presidents and candidates.
Barack Obama collects Spiderman and Conan the Barbarian comic books. (not sure what this tells us but you can read into it (pun intended) as you like!
So, where is all of this leading my campaign this week. When you get a few minutes, take a look at this graduation speech given by David McCullough (son of the renown author David McCullough Sr. who wrote 1776). This talk is meant for any and all politicians today.  My message to them from the campaign trail is; “Your are not Special.”
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The Donald Campaign Message 04/10/2016

I saw the other day that the Feds (The Federal Reserve Board) which is made up of our brightest economists (3) and lawyers (2) and vacancies (2) have decided not to raise the federal interest rate.  Now, I was quite surprised in December, after not raising the rate during the financial crisis, they decided to raise the rate by a quarter of a percent.  Now, they say nope, we were wrong, the Ouija Board,Tea leaves and Crystal Ball we were using developed a bad case of the Zika Virus.  We have now returned to throwing darts at the dart board, in hopes that we can get this thing right at least 50% of the time instead of missing the target entirely.

What the Fed said:

In determining the timing and size of future adjustments to the target range for the federal funds rate, the Committee will assess realized and expected economic conditions relative to its objectives of maximum employment and 2 percent inflation. This assessment will take into account a wide range of information, including measures of labor market conditions, indicators of inflation pressures and inflation expectations, and readings on financial and international developments. In light of the current shortfall of inflation from 2 percent, the Committee will carefully monitor actual and expected progress toward its inflation goal.

What the Fed meant:

We’re not just making this up as we go along. There are numbers — so many numbers — and we’re watching them all to decide when to raise rates. Want labor numbers? We got ’em. Inflation expectations data? We’ve got you covered.

Stacks of paper files | Alan Graf/Cultura/Getty Images

Alan Graf/Cultura/Getty Images

These are the files they use as a backdrop for their dartboard.

I am pretty sure that Meterologists would score higher on Advanced Placement tests than Federal Reserve Board members. When is the last time you listened to your weather person with any degree of reliance? So, Economist’s and Government officials, with whopping degrees are no smarter than the average American citizen. Only thieves have a better success rate because they have found a way to bilk the system and make money by taking from others.
What does this have to do with a political campaign? Well, the President appoints the Chairman and the Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve board.  My appointees for both positions would be ONE Fortune Teller and ONE Las Vegas Roulette Dealer.  Watch this economy soar!
The banter between candidates keeps rising. It’s reaching a boiling point.

212 degrees-The Extra Degree-motivational video – YouTube

All of the remaining candidates sound a bit like this to those who now have to choose a candidate for America.

Just remember, “You can’t fatten up the hog on the day of the fair!

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The Donald Campaign Message 04/03/2016

As March Madness concludes, the hopes, aspirations and plain old “good luck” (think Syracuse) of all the teams comes to an end.  There are only two teams left to enter the final match.  Which one will come out victorious?
At the beginning of this campaign, there were 17 candidates who wanted to be the next President of the United Sates of America. Now, we have the “Surreal Six.”
Surreal, you say? Yes, having the qualities of surrealism; bizarre.
“a surreal mix of fact and fantasy”
Synonyms: unreal, bizarre, unusual, weird, strange, freakish, unearthly, uncanny, dreamlike, phantasmagorical
PHANTASMAGORICAL? That’s the perfect word for this election year!
Here’s a basic look at the six remaining candidates: (Click on the pictures below and then go to the link below the picture)
Still, the other 5 candidates fail to consider the burning questions that are at the top of all our citizens minds. For example; ” A spinning top always stops. Why does the Earth keep spinning?” Our citizens are concerned. What if the Earth quits spinning. Can the next president handle this issue?

It’s essential that a potential President can address these issues to alleviate any fear that may prevent the public from doing their daily chores like chopping pickles for canning. Without pickles, all major hamburger joints shut down and everyone starves to death because no one knows how to cook a homemade meal anymore.

Here are some of the other major concerns on the minds of Americans:

  1. Near 20-Year High: Bee-pocalypse Postponed Again, Until 2017
  2. California Drought Patterns Becoming More Common
  3. What does a physicist do in his/her spare time?  
  4. Ancient DNA Shows European Wipe-out Of Early Americans  
  5. The Top Quark Mass In 2016

Only the “Real Donald” is aware of these concerns and has a platform to address and solve these issues.  Next week we will address these issues.

Now a member of my campaign staff will give the Pledge of Allegiance to show how we will start every meeting in the White House and Congress if I am elected. (Make sure you watch it until the end, it’s only 4:20 minutes.

Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance – YouTube


That’s it folks, have a happy and prosperous week!

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The Donald Campaign Message 03/27/2016

Throughout the country, “Inquiring Minds want to Know,” What in the World is happening around here.  Have you had people say, “I’ve never seen anything like this,”  This is the weirdest political year ever,” “Where is this country headed?” “
Hang on to your hat!

Hang on to your hat. Hang on to your hope. And wind the clock, for tomorrow is another day.

There is hope.
Kelby, our future “Secretary of Labor” showed us:
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So, those on the dole, really can work.  See age appropriate chores for all age groups.
Here’s a couple of ideas:
We need people to feed the pets…This dog loves peanut butter!
and here’s a man who has made the most from his talents:

Homeless Man Plays Piano Beautifully (Sarasota, FL …

So, what’s the message for this week? If a person has a need, let’s address it, let them work, in some way to pay for it, and then let them have the respect to get back to a fulfilling way of life.
Any time the country tries to do everything for everybody, the country ends up doing nothing for nobody.  We all loose!
Let’s fix this mess shall we?
Vote the Real Donald  ✌

The Donald Campaign Message 03/20/2016

Fellow Citizens…
The pedal’s to the metal, time’s running out, the ink is drying in the well!

Yes, the numbers are dwindling by the day.  At first we had a gazillion, and now, we are down to a few.  Only the strong survive!
The Race is to the finish and our Rambo Chariot is showing strong. Just watch:
We know what the people want and they are cheering us on to victory! Listen to them:
As the number of candidates slowly reduces, the populace coalesces around a worthy few.  When asked what they are looking for in a candidate, the voters of the country, much like those surveyed in Utah, say they are looking for “a candidate who would restore America to values they believe it has lost.” Deseret News, March 20,2016.  They also know what they don’t want, some more of the wasteful spending like what we see in China:
There’s a 70-acre complex in Shanghai that’s modeled after the Pentagon. But where the U.S. version is a bustling hive of national defense work, China’s version is basically abandoned.

The Pentagonal Mart cost $200 million to build and was finished in 2009. Today, though, it’s a rare sight to see someone cruising the aisles of canned. It’s basically become the biggest vacant building in the city. People’s Daily News cites the Pentagonal Mart’s “location and its confusing inner structures” as the main sources of trouble. Which, yeah, I can think of places I’d rather get lost than a creepy derelict mall.

Have our taxes in the U.S. ever been spent on something like this?

Our politicians spend, talk, spend some more, talk some more and finally decide that they’ve spent too much.  At this point, they point their fingers at the other party and say “you’re to blame, for this mess we’re in.”

Roger Ramjet understands, here’s a short conversation between him and his general:

Roger Ramjet: “General, listen. What’s that?
General G.I. Brassbottom: “It’s either turkeys gobbling or Congress is back in session.”
Yes, they are in session, “Congress has approved some version of this fiscal cliff bill thing. Well, taxes are going up, and now, they’re looking to make cuts just about everywhere.
In fact, oil companies today had to lay off 15 senators.”  Jay Leno
Did you notice that prior to the super bowl, there were weeks of coverage.  Both teams, every player, their likes, dislikes. Statistics were thrown around like footballs.  Every blade of grass or turf was counted and inspected by the press. We knew more about those players, how much they made,what they did and what they said about each other (which wasn’t very nice, sometimes) than we know about those we elect to office.  And here’s the big news,  WE CARE MORE ABOUT THE SUPERBOWL AND THE PLAYERS THAN WE DO ABOUT WHAT CONGRESS DOES WITH OUR MONEY AND COUNTRY.  May be something wrong here.
What do our Founding Father’s Think?

What did the Founding Fathers want for America?

richardinman | 17 March, 2012 16:13

If more Americans pondered this simple question they would have a more clear understanding of why those brave men who came before us risked their blood, treasure and sacred honor to create the greatest nation on Earth.

The Founding Fathers were a revolutionary group, diverse in their professions and yet unified in their goal: American liberty.

They understood that the citizens should have a say in their government and that the government only derives its legitimate power from the consent of the governed.

When Thomas Jefferson penned those timeless, eloquent words of freedom in the Declaration of Independence it sent political shock waves around the world that continue to reverberate in the minds of revolutionaries everywhere.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

A challenge was issued that kings did not automatically have supreme authority.

Rights come from Nature’s God and it was time for men to rise up to secure these rights at any cost because it was the right thing to do.

The American Flag being presented to the Founding Fathers.

If Americans truly want the Republic that their forefathers bled for, they must educate themselves on what the Founding Fathers wanted for America and fight to restore that vision through strict adherence and respect for the Constitution.
  • They must stop trading liberty for security.
  • They must stop thinking the role of the government is to be involved in all aspects of their lives.
  • They must take a good look at what the proper role of government is.
  • They must understand that as government expands, liberty contracts.
  • That government is best, which governs least.

Thomas Jefferson, a true literary warrior for American liberty, stated:

“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.”

Did you catch the phrase above, “IT WAS THE RIGHT THING TO DO”

There you have it. My philosophy about governing America. That phrase and the 5 bullet points above from Richard Dinman capture the essence of good leadership for our country.

In conclusion, I will share 2 prominent ideas I learned by going to church today. 

1) You don’t see hearses pulling U-Hauls, with worldly possessions, to heaven.

2) You can’t fatten up the hog on the day of the fair..

Think about those 2 concepts and you’ll outwit any of my political rivals.

Let’s take the advice from above and vote for the right person, because it’s the right thing to do.

Vote; The Real Donald  ✌


The Donald Campaign Message 03/13/2016

Yep, that’s it! I finally figured out why we’re having so much trouble with this election year cycle.
We’ve crossed the summit, we’ve reached the boiling point, we’ve eaten all of the Blue coated M & M’s, we’ve “fiddled why Rome burned”, Not familiar with this phrase? Well, here it comes….(According to a well-known expression, Rome’s emperor at the time, the decadent and unpopular Nero, “fiddled while Rome burned.” The expression has a double meaning: Not only did Nero play music while his people suffered, but he was an ineffectual leader in a time of crisis. Sound familiar?
Our country has been overtaken by CONTRARIANS, not aliens, CONTRARIANS!  Who are they? A person who opposes or rejects popular opinion. One who goes against the current practice. According to Patricia Jones who wrote an article in the Deseret News, on March 13th, they are “popping up in national polls in today’s volatile political election process.”  She calls these Contrarians, “C.A.V.E.s, Citizens Against Virtually Everything” and here’s what’s interesting. She says the research indicates, ” that older men were consistently more likely to fall into the C.A.V. E. category.” That puts me square in the middle of the C.A.V.E.s.  Alas! another great reason to vote for me.
Here’s a couple of guys from an old T.V. show in the 70’s that were contrarians. Watch this:
I’m pretty convinced that the number of C.A.V.E.s in America is growing exponentially because they had to write “antidisestablishmentarianism”, which is 28 letters long, on the blackboard of their classrooms when they were kids. After all, that is cruel and unusual punishment for some 8 year old kid, who got caught sending paper airplanes out of the second story window at school.
And, you know what’s making voters more frustrated?  Antidisestablishmentarianism isn’t even the longest word in the English language. There is a word that is 189,819 letters long and takes a person three and a half hours to pronounce it correctly. (It’s the chemical name of titin,a giant protein) according to Patricia Jones. Holy Cow! Who thought of that?
You see, we just have a bunch of grumpy people running around our streets, wondering if any of our nations issues can be fixed.  They are Citizens Against Virtually Everything because they’re angry from their elementary school days and worse yet, now, our politicians can’t even decide whether or not to keep daylight savings time.
As I traverse this great nation, from small town to small town, I encounter people who actually know how to fix problems.  After all, they can fix tractors, and rockets. They repair people and animals. They even know how to screw light bulbs into a socket, as opposed to some of our politicians, why can’t we gather their ideas and solve some of our woes. Bring them back to Washington D.C. for a couple of hours, they’ll solve our problems, and we can send all of the politicians home to write, I’m sorry” on the blackboard 189,819 times for misleading all of the people who voted for him/her. Thanks for fixing nothing while you were in office.
If elected, I will find the problem solvers, solve the problems one by one, and allow people to be Happy, Happy, Happy.
Vote for the REAL DONALD alias C.A.V.E (man) ✌

The Donald Campaign Message 03/06/2016

Yes campaign staff, we have reached a milestone for the Presidential Election of 2016. The state caucuses and primaries are coming and going faster than bees around a hive. The number of  “Real Donald” supporters just keeps growing by quintuple digits. Massive amounts of Americans are looking for a better way to control the outbreak of “LARGE GOVERNMENT DISEASE.”  These people want to see someone elected who believes that the small, 3 pound, 100,000,000,000 (100 billion) neuron organ that sits in the middle of our skull should be used to make good, practical decisions that will benefit the citizens of our land.
These decisions should lift our country out of debt, provide jobs for those on the dole, give us pride in our nation and prevent large swaths of the zika virus from overcoming our population.  Payton Manning understands this, he is retiring.  He is taking his 18 years of experience and money and riding off into the sunset never to be seen again. He will build a large plexiglass bubble around his home so that the “Zika carrying mosquito’s” can’t penetrate his sphere of influence. Now that’s a man who is practical.
Now here’s another practical patriot,We’ll try to cooperate fully with the IRS, because, as citizens, we feel a strong patriotic duty not to go to jail.

American columnist & humorist
as Mark Twain said “I was very particular about the kind of job I wanted. I didn’t want to work. So, I went over to the Congress, that Grand Old Benevolent National Asylum for the Helpless, and I reported on the inmates there.”
The problem is that last time Congress convened, this was what the whole blame opening session looked and sounded like:
The country and congress needs leadership, someone who takes control, is decisive and leads us to victory.
Watch out America, here comes “The Real Donald”
Vote Soon ✌

The Donald Campaign Message 02/28/2016

As I continue down this campaign trail, I recognize that the best part of walking or (riding in my Rambo chariot) is that I can meet so many cool people and I can observe so many neat places in life. So, today I share with you some of life’s learning’s that make me not only, a better candidate but, a better person!  Here we go…………….Hold on!

Now that I have your attention (and by the way, Jeff Gordon should have been drinking lemonade from one of the children’s stands in his neighborhood instead of Pepsi if he supported local business) we can look at some of the other great people out there who have practical ideas for families in our country.

What Practical Life Skills/Values Are You Going To Teach Your Children?

by Ann Simpson

It’s important that we teach our children practical life skills–skills that teach them how to survive in society–how to thrive in society. These practical life skills can be divided into at least six categories and the skills that fall within each category are many, varied and probably endless.  The question then arises as to which life skills you value and which life skills you and your spouse want to teach to your children.  I’d like to share with you what I am teaching my children–

  1. Communication skills.  It is absolutely critical that people learn how to effectively communicate with one another, both verbally and through the written word.  I’m teaching my kids the following–
    • Be truthful–your word means everything
    • Speak kindly–don’t be hurtful with the words you use
    • Say please, thank you, no thank you, etc. People appreciate manners
    • Eye contact is very important
    • As important as your words are, your actions are even more important
    • When in doubt, ask questions
    • Being able to organize and write your thoughts down on paper is important
    • Realize that what you write may be read by many people–unintended readers as well as intended readers
    • Be very careful what you write/post on social network sites
    • Never, ever, ever use your communication skills to bully or make fun of anyone
  2. A similar important skill set is the formation and maintenance of relationships. The ability to form and maintain relationships affects every aspect of our lives.  Relationship beliefs and skills that I want my children to master include–
    • Treat others as you would like to be treated yourself
    • Do not confuse kindness for weakness. Recognize and value kindness
    • It’s important to be reliable
    • There is no such thing as being too polite, too kind, or too reliable
    • Value other people’s time
    • Friends come and go–but your family is forever
    • Empathy–it’s very important
    • It is better to love and to be hurt, than never to love at all (I believe Shakespeare said it so much better!)
    • You love people for their faults as well as their strengths
    • It’s important to treat animals kindly
    • Treat other people’s property with respect
    • As important as your words are, actions are even more important (so important, it’s mentioned more than once)
    • Be kind to those that love you
    • You have instincts for a reason. If something or someone doesn’t feel right, trust yourself
    • Compromise is important
    • You don’t always have to be right
    • It really is more fun to give than to receive
  3. Financial skills are extremely important as money is a necessary part of life.  The repercussions of not having these skills can be devastating. Financial skills that I want my children to learn include–
    • Understand the value of money
    • Know how to budget and live within your budget
    • Know how to make money through investment vehicles such as money market accounts, 401Ks, stock options, etc., and know how to purchase/invest in these vehicles
    • The concept of compound interest
    • If an investment opportunity looks too good to be true, then it probably is
    • The importance of a FICO score
    • The importance and pitfalls of credit
    • Know how to make a dollar go a long way
  4. Day to day living skills/concepts  are certainly important and should not be undervalued.  Every day living skills/concepts that I want my children to master include–
    • Know your way around a computer–know how to fix things–know how to use programs
    • Understand that Math and Science are extremely important
    • History is not dull. You really can learn from other’s mistakes and triumphs
    • Know how to swim
    • Know how to maintain a vehicle so you don’t run out of oil and so your windshield wipers always work
    • Be able to change a tire
    • If you make something from scratch it gives you a personal sense of accomplishment
    • One man’s trash is another’s treasure
    • Know how to do the wash, hem your pants, sew on buttons, and iron a garment
    • Know how to make healthy food
    • Know how to read a label
    • Know how to make a dollar go a long way (also a financial skill)
  5. Philosophical lessons are very important and can have an effect on one’s happiness.  I want my children to understand the following–
    • Thoughts are very powerful
    • Enjoy what you have
    • Always do your best. Realize your best may change from day to day
    • It’s ok to be wrong–in fact, that’s how we learn
    • If something looks too good to be true, it probably is (again, important enough to be listed more than once)
    • Value and nurture your creativity
    • Value and nurture your own quiet times. Take time to rejuvenate
  6. Religious/Spiritual Lessons–these are very important, very personal and very family driven lessons.  My children do have a foundation.  They have their beliefs.  One of my children recently  commented that I teach by example. She had no idea what a wonderful compliment that was!

We do teach by example…as well as in lesson form.  And it’s our responsibility to make sure our children possess the skills necessary to survive — even to thrive in the real world.

So, the question is, what do you and your spouse want to teach your children?

See what I mean? So much to learn from others if, we have an open mind.

Of course the problem is most candidates running for office have forgotten how to be practical.

Take a listen to this: Paul Harvey says it like no other;…/the-rest-of-the-story-paulharvey-conservative-talk

Now that’s what I’ve learned this week and that should make you want to get out and vote or, at least ask a bunch of good questions to those who are running for office. Go ask those good questions!

Love, the “REAL DONALD” vote, vote, vote..


The Donald Campaign Message 02/21/2016

The title of my campaign message this week sounds a little like a play in the Super Bowl, doesn’t it?  And by the way, how bout’ them Broncos!  Just lovin’ that score.  If they can win so, can the “Real Donald.”
Yep, it’s four states down and 46 to go before we know the winner of the 2016 presidential race.  South Carolina and Nevada were good to us.  I’m pretty sure I picked up a half of a delegate in each state. That should produce a whole, unless the government has found a way to tax delegates too and then I might only end up with 2/3 of a delegate.  Either way, it exceeds expectations!  We’re on a roll.
Speaking of rolls!  Notice how people just keep fighting around the world? Everyone wants to chime in, According to the U.N. there are 10 major wars going on around the world today with 32 intrastate wars.  A President has to have a plan.  So,here’s my plan:
Put all of the leaders of these countries in a gym and let them have 250 marshmallows.  The first person knocked out with a marshmallow is out of the war. This continues until a winner has taken over all of the territory of the losing leader. But, you ask, what happens if no one is knocked out by a  flying marshmallow?  Ah, they all return home and a contract is signed that they cannot war with each other until everyone on earth returns to being a farmer and likes beats.  Humm! I wonder how long that will be?
Farmer? That reminds me, we have a travesty in America. We need more people to return to their roots, farming. Hundreds of acres of farmland. No more cry babies! Oh, I hurt my toe, I stumbled on the carpet. I’m laid up for weeks. My pinkie finger hurts, I had to lift up a can of soup. Laid up for months. That’s what we hear, all of the whiners! Let’s take care of that, shall we?
Paul Harvey has it right.  We need the people who run this country to care about the country, the people who live in it and, about the future of America. All we have in Washington now, is the whiners. Why? because they have no “common sense,” which is defined as “sound judgement in practical matters.”  Sound judgement? The politicians in Washington think this has something to do physic’s, like giving an opinion about sound waves.  And every time they have or give an opinion, they think they need to “write a bill” or “make a law.” Yep, let’s make a new law that restricts how much “common sense” people can have.  Practical matters? we better write a bill limiting the use of common sense in practical matters.  We wouldn’t want a country full of people that make good decisions, just because it is the right thing to do, do we?  After all, “according to a new estimate, Congress has had a full work week just 14 percent of the time since 1978.” I mean, “Congress said they planned to address an important report next week because it’s already Tuesday.”  Jimmy Kimmel
I guess it just goes to show, “You can lead a man to Congress, but you can’t make him think.” Milton Berle
Lest we think, it’s just our politicians, how about this; “if the cash you doled out for a Las Vegas cab ride hurt your wallet, it’s not all in you head–auditors in Nevada (by the way, the state, where they just voted for a woman, who I won’t name, who received $3.15 million from Wall Street businesses for speeches given in 2013, according to CNN) also think taxi rates are outrageous. Las Vegas area cabs are overcharging customers to the tune of $47 million a year.” Deseret News
That makes me wonder?  Do you remember when gas prices were high and going up? Restaurants, airlines and trucking services charged an excise tax on deliveries of food, meals and airline tickets. WHY? because they said gas cost them so much.  Now that gas is below $2.00, did these restaurants, airlines or trucking companies give that money back to the customers? Oh! they forgot. I’m sure it’s coming next week. 
Give us an honest farmer.  How about an honest Native American. We kicked them off of their land and gave them some sub-par desert property.
We need housewives, mothers, firemen, pilots and just, plain good people to run our country.  I’m thinking that anyone who attended this show in 1964 is probably a prime candidate for a political office.
If you can scream like that, you should be able to be heard from the floor of the chamber. Besides, you don’t have to say much of importance and you only have to show up on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Carry on till tomorrow!
The Real Donald ✌