Certain government officials have taken to testifying against Trump. More will probably do so. One may come forth with more information than that of all the others put together.
Politico Magazine this date has run an article asking who next will stand up to Trump. Who with great significance? More information than any other.
The cover of Politico is a picture of what purports to be the Last Supper. Trump, Jesus. The apostles surrounding him. An error or two. The “disciples” number 10 rather than 12. Also, there is no Mary Magdalene.
The purpose of the cover immediately obvious. Who of the men surrounding Trump would be his Judas?
There will be a Judas. Inevitable.
How Trump handles the attacks upon him I do not understand. So many. Daily. Such does not mean I am sympathetic to the man. As the good Book says, “As ye sow, so shall ye reap.”
He deserves what is befalling him.
A new book being released November 19. Copies are already in the hands of the media. The book titled A Warning.
The author strange. Anonymous. Unusual. Yet Anonymous’ book already receiving notice and acclimation.
The work anti-Trump. Its contents spell out reasons against Trump’s re-election. The author believes the re-election would be courting disaster.
The book appears to be directed at the undecideds. Generally independents. The author suggests they supported Trump 3 years ago and have lived in a cave since. Time for them to come out and observe what has been going on.
The author is thought to be a high ranking White House official. Described as a senior administration official. A Republican at heart. He appears happy with conservative judicial appointments, deregulation, and tax cuts. His concern is with Trump’s stability. As reflected by his “unbecoming” behavior and “unseemly antics.”
One example of Trump’s unforgiveable conduct occurred at the time of John McCain’s death. The flag above the White House was at half staff in memorial and recognition of McCain. Trump ordered the flag raised above half mast. Trump was “determined to use his office to limit the nation’s recognition of John McCain’s legacy.”
Out of the blue comes Michael Bloomberg! If he seriously intended to run, he should have joined the other Democratic hopefuls at the beginning. Not now after almost a year of them campaigning.
I respect Bloomberg. Think he would make a great President. Have said it several times over the years. I dislike however his method and timing for entering the race.
What Bloomberg is saying in effect is that he does not consider the present front runners as competent. Horrible! Hurting the candidacy of each!
By his announcement that he was filing for the Alabama primary, Bloomberg comes off as another Trump: I am a rich man and can do what I want.
By his conduct, he has hurt himself, the Democratic Party and the United States. He could very well be what Trump needed to get a second term.
Two thing have impressed me in my life. Man walking on the moon and the Berlin Wall coming down. Both impossible till they happened.
Thirty years ago on November 9, 1989, the people of East and West Berlin began taking the Wall down. At 10 in the evening. The impossible had become possible.
Two great American Presidents spoke at different times in Berlin re the Wall.
John Kennedy in Berlin June 26, 1963 before 450,000. He said, “Ich bin ein Berliner.” “I am a citizen of Berlin.”
Ronald Reagan stood before the Brandenburg Gate on June 12, 1987. His words, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
A side thought. What happened to Presidents the quality of Kennedy and Reagan? Trump is certainly no Kennedy or Reagan.
This day in 2016, a sad day for America. Trump defeated Clinton for the Presidency.
Yesterday, my primary care physician. Dr. Norris.
Neither he, my heart physician Dr. McIvor, and the emergency room can tell me why the chest pains. Probably good. I hope.
Next week, 2 more doctors to visit. I am on a “specialist” route.
Workers require unions. Without, management controls. Working people are in danger of getting screwed. They generally do.
Yes, I support unions.
Unions are at a low level today. Management and most workers are happy that is so. A mistake. Non-unionized labor can only survive so long before employers take advantage.
All this a lead up to a labor situation in Key West. Back a few years. It was 1899. A strike had been ongoing at the Gato Cigar Factory. It was settled this day in 1899.
One of the first successful union led strikes in the U.S.
Florida has been part and parcel of Presidential elections in the modern era. On this day in 2000, the famous Bush/Gore recount began.
Wednesday night, the official college basketball season began for Syracuse. Syracuse lost to Virginia 48-34.
Virginia was ranked #1 last year. The team must be as talented this year as last.
My alma mater may be causing my chest pains. Syracuse’s football season absolutely sucked. Much better is hoped of the basketball team.
Enjoy your day!