January 20, 2017 – A Primer

So 21 days from now, America will inaugurate a person as president, someone practically no one ever expected to see as the next occupant of the Oval Office. A person who…

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  • …is ruled by his emotions, tweeting at 3 a.m. his hurt feelings because an impersonator on TV wasn’t being “nice” to him.
  • who is thrilled that a certain ruthless dictator was “nice” to him.
  • who thinks it’s fine for his children to sit in on high-level briefings and obtain the highest-security level access.
  • who has denigrated women and various ethnic groups with slurs and demeaning epithets.
  • who wonders why the US hasn’t used their nukes by now. (I mean, they’re just sitting there!)
  • who has zero experience in government – and not much among his extreme-right-wing appointees, either.
  • who changes his mind on issues so often it can cause whiplash.
  • who is completely unschooled in geopolitical issues with no desire (or attention span) to learn about them either.
  • who has at least six bankruptcies under his belt. (So much for his great business acumen – believe me.)
  • On the other hand, he has oodles of experience conning hopeful real-estate students out of huge sums of money for “courses.”
  • has not paid his share of income taxes for many years.
  • has not paid many contractors – large and small – for work done.

We had better quit while we’re ahead. This new “leader” is someone who likes to threaten adversaries with lawsuits – or jail.

10 thoughts on “January 20, 2017 – A Primer

  1. Hi Ellie:
    I imagine that you guys are just as nervous as we are considering the fact that he sits right below you!
    Never mind me, I’m just poking around your site and enjoying myself 🙂

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