disneyland…here we come!

I’ve never been to Disney World so I’ll come at this from what I know…Disneyland. If the media pundits have anything to do with who wins the presidential elections…and they do…we, the 98% American majority, are done pressing our noses up against the iron gates of Mickey Mouse’s grandiose play land. All of us, every last one, are going to benefit big time when, not IF, Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders becomes the next President of the United States.

The Republican Party’s pillorying of Hillary Clinton will have succeeded, as expected. And Bernie Sander’s fantastical rhetoric promising free-everything will have so hoodwinked the voting majority to the blinding light of reality, from which they won’t rebound until President Sanders faces off with a filibustering Republican Congress, led by Paul Ryan AND Ted Cruz, as well as his arch enemies on Wall Street. Good luck!

And then there’s President Donald Trump, carried triumphantly into the Oval Office on the strong-arm tactics of his KKK Klansmen, intent upon returning America to the good ‘ole days when everyone fit nicely into social stereotypes that worked  just fine for white folks, especially men.

The way I look at it, those of us with two feet still planted firmly in reality should de-stress, and enjoy Mr. Frog’s Wild Ride. We’ll either get free-everything, or we’ll regain our status as the Ugly American, the world’s biggest bully. 

After all, Americans are really adept…

…at making the most of a bad situation.

………hugmamma.

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9 thoughts on “disneyland…here we come!

  1. By the time the Hispanic and Afro-American voters influence the powers that be, I don’t think Trump stands a chance. That’s even without the female voters he’s insulted. He’s put his foot in his mouth so many times I’m surprised it hasn’t started to grow there. He’s probably going to at least be responsible for a good voter turnout. I think Sanders is at least fairly honest for a politician. If Hilary wins it’s due to her understanding of the voting process. That may be what counts in the end. 🙂 — Suzanne

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    • Wish I had your optimism. I listen to too many political pundits who make a living off sensational news. And Trump…and Sanders…definitely stir the pot. Trump doesn’t like to lose at anything, so he’ll pull out all the stops to get the presidency. Voters seem only too willing to buy what he sells, and overlook whatever doesn’t fit their perception of the mover and shaker they believe him to be. Sanders at 74 is an honest man, for sure. How he plans to turn America inside out in 4 years is beyond common sense. I’m for Hillary because I’d like a smart woman who knows the rules and can stand up to the men who have dominated all that we do since the beginning of time. All the flack thrown at her would have wilted a weaker, less courageous woman. Why she wants to take on the presidency in the face of the abomination that’s been heaped upon her is beyond me. I would have thrown in the towel long ago. I’m not saying she’s perfect, although I don’t buy much of what is said. It’s the same old, same old. Men are threatened by a strong woman who can do the job as well, if not better, than them. There won’t be another like Hillary to challenge the status quo for a long time to come. I’m not about to let this opportunity go by. That’s my opinion.

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hugs for sharing some brief thoughts...and keeping them positive

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