In response to this: link I'm responding to Hunter Sartwell's letter in which he
claims, "Many are left wondering how Tedra Cobb feels about Nancy Pelosi
and Andrew Cuomo." Really, Nancy Pelosi? I'm more interested in her views
on healthcare, opioids, the environment, gun violence, immigration and so on.
And looking at her website, she has well thought-out ideas on those subjects.
One thing I do wonder about is why President Trump and his followers spend so
much time and energy denigrating Democratic women. Among our allies, Angela
Merkel and Theresa May receive extra abuse. The childish nickname for Sen.
Warren is a two-fer. It manages to be offensive to Native Americans, as well.
I'm also curious if Rep. Stefanik is running on "repeal and replace Obamacare"
again. Or is the plan to just allow the president to continue sabotaging it?
Also from the letter, "Cobb's actions...would only
continue this atrocity that we have to deal with in our daily lives."
Things such as the Holocaust and killings by the Khmer Rouge are atrocities.
Whatever is being referred to in upstate New York is not. Please consult a
dictionary. Mr. Sartwell provides some advice for Ms. Cobb, presumably.
"Being a member of Congress requires the ability to be forthright with
constituents, even when the questions are difficult and there isn't a good
answer." Since I'm assuming he's a supporter of our congresswoman, I'd
encourage checking the entry for the word irony, too. There are many who might
offer those words of counsel to Rep. Stefanik.
So, I was reading Ecclesiastes 9:17 this morning and gotta say thank you God for writing such a very, very great book and without ghostwriters.
The words of the wise heard in quietness are better than the
shouting of a ruler among fools.
And then I went on to read Jack Holmes who also, I presume, does not use ghostwriters.
If you're keeping score at home, the President of the United
States just managed to combine disrespect for Native Americans with disrespect
for women to form a crude sort of anti-joke story, which was of course met by
customary sneers and jeers from the Real Americans in the audience.
And from Liz Warren who I'm also going to go out on a limb and say does not use ghostwriters.
While you obsess over my genes, your Admin is conducting DNA tests on little
kids because you ripped them from their mamas & you are too incompetent to
reunite them in time to meet a court order. Maybe you should focus on fixing
the lives you're destroying.
People who are not authoritarian cult followers of Donald Trump would see that as a burn.
Also at the Montana rally of fools, hey blame Solomon he said it, the guy who does use ghostwriters declared that Putin is "fine" after trashing two men, McCain and HW Bush, who despite their flaws are better than Trump could ever dream of being. He is, however, a wonderful ruler of fools.
I'm responding to John Sharkey's letter about the
"verbal attacks on President Trump and his family." It seems like
with Evangelical pastors surrounding Mr. Trump he'd have heard about reaping
what you sow. Space prohibits listing all the people he's maligned. Let's just
go with his years of pushing the idea Barack Obama wasn't born in the U.S. He
may still believe that and, if he does, likely a majority of his Republican
followers do also. Folks can decide for themselves the degree of racism
inherent in birtherism.
What's undeniably racist is the e-mail, sent by Carl
Paladino with African tribesmen dancing, entitled "Obama Inauguration
Rehearsal." He sent many that can't be described here. The ones about
Michelle Obama are truly disgusting. The Obamas were grace and dignity in the
White House and didn't deserve this hatred. Of all the people Mr. Sharkey
mentioned, Rep. Waters is the only elected Democrat. Who knows the affiliations
of the others? Oh, and Mr. Paladino? He was the Republican candidate for
governor in 2010 and ran the Trump campaign in 2016 in New York.
I don't understand why Tedra Cobb should randomly rebuke
disparagers of the Trumps. Should Rep.
Stefanik rebuke Paladino, Roseanne and Ted Nugent? She did support the Trump
candidacy. He has a National Security Adviser, foreign policy adviser and
deputy campaign manager who've all pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. His campaign chairman is behind bars, with
bail revoked, awaiting trial. His attorney in charge of mistress payouts (and
go-between with Russians) is destined for turning state's evidence or prison.
Since our congresswoman and the president are so close, maybe she should rebuke
him. I'm missing the degrees of separation between Tedra Cobb and Peter Fonda,