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Morons for Trump

You Trumpsters Better Pray…

​This posting was discovered on Facebook on July 17th, 2018.  It was written by Solied Doves Rosendale, @soileddovesrosendale.  Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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Hanging in the WH

Oh My God! It’s Hanging in the White House …

​Yes that's right, it was accidentally discovered hanging in the White House.  And you can thank Leslie Stahl, the 60 Minutes crew and Josh Billinson for it.

​During their stroll through the White House, on their way to U.S. President Donald "Douchebag" Trump's interview with Leslie Stahl on “60 Minutes”, the cameras caught a glimpse of a painting ...

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Kim Jong Un

The Best of President Donald “Douchebag” Trump’s Twitter Responses … by You!

How would Donald "Douchebag" Trump ​live without Twitter?  What would the rest of us do without Twitter?  How would we be able to express ourselves without this truly great medium?  

With an expanded 280 characters now, it still is fairly quick, concise and brief.  It allows us to express and share our thoughts, feelings and opinions instantaneously with others, the world all over.

And with the political shit storm hitting the fan ...

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Tortoise and Scorpion

President Donald “Douchebag” Trump’s Twitter Parable of the Scorpion and the Frog

The Scorpion and the Frog

The Scorpion and the Frog is an animal fable that seems to have first emerged in 1954.  On account of its dark morality, there have been many references to it since then in popular culture, including in notable films, television shows, and books.

The story goes like this.   A scorpion asks a frog to ... 

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How One Man Walked 18 Miles in One Day Just for the Chance to Vote … But Was Robbed of His Right to Vote (Video)

​In the lead up to the 2018 US mid-term elections, Oprah Winfrey campaigning for ​Georgia Democratic Gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, while delivering a fiery, impassioned speech, recounted a 1946 voter suppression story of how one man was denied and robbed of his right to vote.

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