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Posted by: Helen Philpot | November 1, 2017

The scariest thing about Halloween was the Jack O’ Lantern in the Oval Office or maybe it was the White Sheets. #DumpTrump

helen-mug1 FROM HELEN:

Margaret, what the hell is happening? Nazi’s are fine people. Russia poked me on Facebook. The Real Housewives of Trump Tower are fighting over who’s the real First Lady. And now the Civil War wasn’t about slavery. Has everyone gone insane?

We had an opportunity to have an honest conversation about racism and once again Trump screwed it up. Those football players are kneeling for a reason and it has nothing to do with the flag. And then we had an opportunity to have an honest conversation about gun violence and once again the Republican Party made it about… turned it into… changed the topic to… wait a minute. They didn’t do anything. They just left it hanging out there. It’s just bat shit crazy if you ask me.

And now we are debating the civil war? Again? I know for damn sure we had that conversation a long time ago and it ended with freeing the slaves and a dead president. Compromise? John Kelly says it was about lack of compromise? General Kelly, with all due respect, what was the acceptable compromise? The South could keep the slaves, but they had to give them weekends off? My God is anyone in the  Trump White House not a racist? They’ve got more white sheets than a Motel 6 in Pulaski, Tennessee.

The other day I saw John Kasich on TV talking about his dissatisfaction with the Republican Party and I thought maybe we could find something to agree upon. But then he said that he had no idea what Democrats stood for and I was reminded that Kasich is still an asshat.

Mr. Kasich here is what Democrats stand for.  It’s not a secret.

  • Affordable healthcare for all.  Period.
  • Common sense gun control because you don’t need an assault rifle to kill a deer.
  • Immigration reform.
  • Equal pay for equal work.
  • A woman can be trusted to make her own healthcare decisions.
  • Sex education reduces unintended pregnancies.
  • Love is color blind and gender neutral.
  • Global warming is not a Chinese hoax even though Trump has more chins than a Chinese phone book.   (Was that racist or just a clever play on the word chin being Chen is the 5th most common Chinese surname?  Actually it was a joke about Trump being a fatass which has nothing to do with global warming unless you count the amount of gas Trump releases from his fat ass daily.  Surely there is a scientist who can tell us what harm that is causing.  You know what?  Never mind.  Just get us back into the damn Paris Climate Agreement.  That’s what I meant to say, really. )
  • Happy Holidays is a lovely thing to say to someone when you want them to have a Happy Holiday.
  • Every child should have access to a quality education.
  • College should be affordable.
  • Coal is stupid.  (see Chen reference above)
  • Slavery was bad.
  • Nazi’s are not fine people.
  • Trump is a moron. (Which makes Rex Tillerson an honorary Democrat)

I’m sure I’ve left a few things out, but I think that’s a pretty good list to start. And I imagine if you read the comments below, you’ll learn a few more things we Democrats stand for.

I think the real question is what do Republicans stand for?  Because it appears they stand for greed, racism and coal. I’m not sure if you know this, but Donald Trump Jr. tweets bullshit about as well as his father. Last night he tweeted out a picture of his adorable daughter with her Halloween candy. He commented that he was going to make her give half of it away to children who didn’t go out because it’s never to [sic] late to teach her about socialism.”  Now I don’t know about you, but where I come from a child giving away half of her candy to other kids is called sharing and it’s a very charitable thing to do.  But bless their hearts, the Trumps know nothing about charity.  Maybe it would be a better lesson to have her get 99% of the candy and just wait to see how long it takes for some of it to trickle down to the poor kids she hangs out with. Or better yet, have her pledge to give 25,000 pieces of it to a Gold Star Father and then forget to do it. Oh.  I know.  Teach her to take the candy from other children and then give it away herself so she can tell everyone how charitable she is and maybe take a tax deduction and then hide her tax returns.

When I was a little girl, if you ran into someone like Donald Trump or Donald Trump Jr. you would conclude that they were not right in the head. Now I have a feeling that little expression is no longer politically correct, but in this case, it is medically correct so I could stand by it. Instead, I’ll try not to offend anyone and just say that Donald Trump is not normal, and I don’t mean that in a good way.  He’s about 9 eggs short of a dozen.   A small fries shy of a Happy Meal.  A Saturday devoid of a weekend. He’s only got one oar in the water. If his brains were dynamite, he couldn’t blow his nose. So dumb he couldn’t pour piss out of a boot with the instructions written on the heel… Awe hell. The man’s an idiot and so is his son, Slow Donnie.

Might I remind all of you Republicans out there that your candidates insulted one another’s wives and compared penis size. And then you went and elected the disgusting one who admits to assaulting women. Last time I checked, Democrats didn’t nominate Harvey Weinstein.

I’m a little tired of everyone trying to make sense out of this President. He ain’t right in the head. I mean it really.

margaret-mug1 FROM MARGARET:

Helen, dear, I don’t want to take the chance of offending anyone so I’m donating to Goodwill my Robert E. Lee potholder I bought in Charleston in 1962. The color doesn’t go with my kitchen anymore anyway.

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  1. Thank You Alabama! We needed that.

    Peace.

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  2. As Bill Maher said a few weeks ago, “One of these things is not like the other.” What Franken did/may have done may not be appropriate, but it does not rise (lower?) to the level of a man in his 30s molesting 14 year olds!! There is a continuum of behavior, and if Franken should resign, then so should Moore, the moment he is (oh I hope not) elected. Rethuglican apologists for Moore (and the GOP in general) also seem to have a problem with the issue of consent. Just like they fulminated about “gay marriage” leading to people marrying their dogs (or in my case, my horse? LOL) Neither young teens nor dogs (nor horses!) have the real capacity to consent to such relationships.

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  3. gato – wasn’t Al Franken’s comedy act a bit on the raunchy side to begin with? so what would you expect. I think we really need a conversation on sexual harassment. The difference between just crude joking and actual sexual intent. I worked in an office with 75-125 guys and 3 girls…the only single girl. Yes there were those who were joking/crude, those who would have run home if you had said yes, those who were very serious. And one boss who promised me a raise if I accommodated him. I was 18 – 22, the early ’60s. Yes it was uncomfortable but I also learned to say something to them. Most took the hint and stopped. I am not condoning their behavior. I do think you have to learn recognize the “bad” ones. Bosses and people (doctors, teachers, older etc) in authority are another thing. They should not be allowed to get away with it. If we accuse every man of bad behavior we are going to hurt our fight. From what I read Franken was kidding around but not serious. I understand men are visual but they need to learn that most women are not turned on by dick pics. or naked old men. Dems hold theirs accountable and republicans elect/hire/excuse theirs. I am just venting.

    PS – I did not accommodate…a raise was $10 a month. I thought I was worth much than that!!!

    Peace.

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  4. Agreed… Loathsome, and very, very conniving and dangerous… I doubt he even “thinks” about what he’s doing. It’s really animal survival instinct, as others have pointed out – a cornered “fear biter.” (Why ANYONE is hanging the future of their political lives, or that of their “Party,” on this kind of thing is beyond my comprehension…) But, combined with years of gerrymandering and voter suppression, and making sure that more and more Americans are poor, sick, and carrying weapons, it just might work…

    This latest “sexual harassment” thing is, I’m sorry to say, a brilliant piece of vile machination – who would dare say “it doesn’t matter”? He knows what “his people” droll over: Abducted blonde teenagers stolen by dark, swarthy, foreigners and forced into being sex slaves; adorable orphaned kittens found in a dumpster; scrawny dogs chained to a tree… With starving puppies!

    It is becoming more and more obvious that the primary “targets” of the fast-flying accusations these days are “liberal” Congresspersons and media hosts: Charlie Rose, Al Franken, Matt Lauer, Garrison Keillor (!) As for Franken, his primary “accuser” was co-hosting a UjSO show with him, and did plenty of her own flouncing, butt-patting, and smooching herself – and had just signed a book deal with Sterling Publishing. (Oh, surprise!) And who knows what Kellyanne Conway might have gotten herself up to over the last twenty years…

    I was appalled to learn that a group of Democratic Congresswomen think it would be “best for the country” if Franken steps down. At a minimum, their timing sucks, frankly – just as good ol’ Roy Moore is running neck and neck for the Senate seat in Alabama. Does anyone think, for a moment, that Bible-banging mall-hound is going to “step down” if he – god forbid – is elected?

    That’s why this particular side show is so effective: If Democrats don’t speak out, they’ll be accused of “not protecting women.” If they do, and are successful, they lose one of the few voices of sanity left in the Senate. And pretty soon we can expect women to come to work in something close to a burka, for their own “protection” – if they’re allowed to work at all.

    Ask Mike Pence. It’s just not safe for any man to be alone with any woman, anywhere, other than his wife. And since men are currently obsessed with who gets into what room,things don’t look very promising.

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  5. How/why/what does the president of the United States determine the capital of another country? Hey, no way are his…um…hands that large.

    Peace.

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  6. trump thrives on creating chaos. I have never hated someone so much. I too can not stand to watch or to hear him speak. Fortunately, I live surrounded by corn fields or I would be jailed for screaming obscene language in a public area. I can not believe America has fallen this far down!

    Peace.

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  7. And now their claiming, “He’s the PRESIDENT. He CAN’T be accused of obstructing justice.” No doubt if he killed someone, they’d say “He’s the PRESIDENT, he CAN’T be accused of murder.” AAARGHHH!!!

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  8. I, too, have all my hopes pinned on Mueller. Follow the money, I’m sure that’s where the skeletons are buried. It’s a sad state of affairs but here is where we find ourselves. So far the Trump presidency is worse than I feared. I’m tired of seeing him, hearing his voice and reading about him.

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  9. Gato et al., we may yet see the first prez in history to do the perp walk out of the White House. Mueller is no fool. What he finds will have strings tied to it and they all tie Putin to Trump. So far he is doing a magnificent job. Lets hope he keeps healthy!

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  10. Ah, Cynthia… It is an absolute madhouse, is it not? But before we all sharpen up our pitchforks, or pack up our menfolk and puppies, and head out of the country, let’s just each DO ONE THING: CALL YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVES ATO THE US CONGRESS, ND TELL THEM YOU ARE APPALLED AT THIS WHOLE MESS, AND THAT YOU WILL VOTE ACCORDINGLY. Do this as many times as you can. Even if your Reps are already totally opposed to this travesty, the more voices they hear, the stronger their position.

    Sadly, impeaching this nutball will accomplish not much of anything, and, IMHO, sets a dangerous precedent. Presidents should never be impeached for anything other than breaking the law – no matter how loathsome anyone finds them, or how despicable their hollow souls may be. This one is likely as not going to end his days, staring into some brass-plated mirror, somewhere, rocking back and forth, mumbling, “Fake news… failing media… no collusion…best president ever… Crooked Hilary… loser… people are saying…”

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  11. IMO, the United States of America, as we know it, died last night around 3 am. And wanting to give it a royal burial the (*&%$#@*& trump will start a war with NK. The two immature, egoistical little boys will stop at nothing to prove they have the biggest, yuuuugest peepee. I am for picking up the pitchforks and forking every republican pendejo in congress and the one in the white house. I am through, looking for another place to live. I am embarrassed to say I am an American.

    Peace.

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  12. Wait….no Thanksgiving letter from Helen?!?!
    Oh, now, these really are tragic times.
    Or, maybe, just maybe, her family FINALLY got it and the letter wasn’t necessary this year?
    I’m going with that.

    Happy Thanksgiving Ladies!

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  13. I know, and in spite of, the fact that is has been a hard DISGUSTING year but I still insist on at least thinking hopefully for us all. Happy Thanksgiving, Margaret and Helen. The two of us had a decent turkey dinner which I managed to prepare without accident! And that truly is an accomplishment! Yes, of course, I had the fire extinguisher standing by! I don’t cook like this very often so I know I have to be careful. When we sat down at the table I recalled all the times I did not do something which turned out to be a very good decision for me. I know it sounds rather odd to be thankful in that way but it is liberating! Bless you all! Now I have to soften the ice cream up a little to serve with the apple pie!

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  14. Helen – are you not having Thanksgiving this year? I made green jello salad ready to bring.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all. Enjoy your day together but don’t talk politics!

    We are so deep in poop with these &^%$#@*(* in power. Where did we &^%$ up?

    Peace.

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  15. I just can’t….The governor of Georgia – a woman – says she believes Roy Moore’s accusers, but she still encourages people to vote for him because he’s a Rethuglican. Sure, he’s a paedophile, but he’s one of ours. Truly. And Trump believes him because Moore says ne’s innocent. Just like he “believes” Putin. I mean, they wouldn’t lie, would they? And of course, Trumplethinskin adds that they CAN’T elect a Dem, he’s soft on crime. Right. A former prosecutor is soft on crime. AAAARGGGHHHh!!!!!!!

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  16. Dear ladies, pls help, How can I tweet or in another way spread your word?

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  17. I absolutely love what I read. Right on, Absolute and Forever Real,Love you Both…

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  18. Harken yee nay-sayers! What happened in the vote in Virginia was no fluke as proven by the percentages in the different areas! Crossover is the name! And Helen and Margaret, my eternal thanks to you both for telling it like it is!

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  19. Ultimate irony was the placement of an ad for concealed carry holsters at the top of your blog tonight. Keep preachin’ it, Sisters. We need your wise words and your sass. Another proud Democrat here.

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  20. I’m weeping with gratitude for your always no bullshit and right to the point writings!
    I’m proud to be a Democratic and LOVE you points on “What We Stand For!!!!!

    😎👍👊☮️🙏💪🏻

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  21. Brilliant as always.

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  22. Helen, I want to be like you when I grow up. And, I’m 66.

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  23. Just saw the 70th anniversary show of Meet The Press this a.m. they had a terrific video history of the show since its start. The originator/producer and chief panelist was a woman! With all these video clips they certainly did have one of Trump done years ago when he was asked if he would ever run for president. He equivocated. No. Maybe. Yes, if he was at the head of a reform party. If you haven’t seen this and if you are lucky enough to have rebroadcast of it in your viewing area, it would be worth your time to watch.

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  24. you are a sane voice in the realm of unreality, keep up the good work!

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  25. In a nutshell, Helen.
    Regards from down under.

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  26. We have lost perspectives of what our country represents.

    Read the preamble of the constitution for clarification please

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  27. Amen, Keith and all! The guy in the WH wears designer diapers! And boy do we need a change!

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  28. Yes!

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  29. I am a Republican and I do not understand why the vitriol continues.

    He is an uncovered child of an alcoholic family who is exhibiting all of the standard behaviors of that status. We should all support efforts to terminate his Presidency. He is sick.

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  30. The repugnican motto: “I’ve got mine, f**k you.”

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  31. Thanks for your post. As an Independent voter who has been a member of both parties, I have been frustrated by the lack of civility, lack of truth and lack of due diligence shown by the President. I am also frustrated by the ongoing rationalization by his party for his behavior. When he was elected, I said let’s give him a chance as his success will be ours and that is how this works. I did have low expectations which he has failed to achieve. After I made the above statement of hope, within days he appointed Steve Bannon as a Senior Advisor and that made a huge statement to me, that white supremacy and nationalism had a chair at the table.

    The President consistently is more untruthful than he is not. It has been measured at 69% of the time, which is kind as it gives him credit for partial truths in the 31%. This is not news as Politifacts said he lied 70% of the time during the campaign and his five biographers and ghost writer for his biggest selling book all said Trump has a problem with the truth. Thomas Wells, an attorney who worked with Trump, wrote last June, 2016, that Trump lies “every day, even about things of no consequence.” Other leaders in the US and abroad do not trust this man and why would they? So, I keep it simple and do not believe a word he says as the odds are in my favor.

    Then there is the demonization of everyone who dares criticize him or did things he did not do. Everything Obama or Bush did is “horrible” and every thing he will do will be “beautiful” or “make you happy.” But, it is the transactional, zero-sum game he plays with critics. He must crush them to make it alright in his mind. He rarely criticizes on issues or policies as he is not steeped in details. He prefers a mud fight. This lack of civility to people who have lost loved ones, homes, livelihoods, civil rights, etc, is downright un-Presidential and un-Christian. It would not be confused with the right thing to do.

    If this were not bad enough, almost every decision is made off rhetoric, not data. Our problems are too complex to solve them without knowing what caused them. Or, solving a problem that has been over-simplified or does not exist. Right now, the Department of Defense says not reacting to climate change is a threat to national security. If you take this one step further, then a President who ignores climate change, must also be a threat to national security. Thomas Friedman wrote an excellent piece about the holistic problems in Niger, which includes the impact climate change has had on desertification and causing farmers to invite in ISIS. This is what a President should consider.

    The sad part about the last issue is the President does not show any desire to learn things. We have woeful staff shortages and he has a limited attention span. Michael Lewis has written about how Obama’s people made transition books and invited the Trump people in to meet. Department by department, very few took them up on this.

    I am sorry for the long comment. I wanted to share the view of this Independent. We now need more Republican leaders to remember to whom they swore their oath – it is to the Constitution, not the party or this President. He needs to be censured and he may eventually need to be impeached, if what appears to be true about Russia, in fact is. That is what I believe.

    Keith

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  32. I grew up with a family of Chins, the two brothers were a year younger than I am. They had a large enough family to account for most of Fergus’ neck-flaps. And I can’t imagine any of them being offended by your joke.

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  33. Way to nail it Ladies!!!! BRAVO!!!!

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  35. I have loved every single one of your posts. Until I read this one. I take exception to your use of “fat” as a perjorative, rather than as simply a descriptor. Please don’t do it any more. It is not worthy of you.

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  36. […] a great slapdown of the ridiculous argument that Democrats don’t stand for anything—here. Thank you, […]

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  37. You ladies are awesome. We need to locate the fountain of youth so you can take a loooong drink and never leave us. We need you. The boogeyman is under our bed.

    On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 8:32 AM, Margaret and Helen wrote:

    > Helen Philpot posted: ” FROM HELEN: Margaret, what the hell is happening? > Nazi’s are fine people. Russia poked me on Facebook. The Real Housewives of > Trump Tower are fighting over who’s the real First Lady. And now the Civil > War wasn’t about slavery. Has everyone gone ins” >

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  38. […] a great slapdown of the ridiculous argument that Democrats don’t stand for anything—here. Thank you, […]

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  39. Love you Helen and Margaret!

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  40. These two ol’ gals are a breath of fresh air!

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  41. Another jewel in many of your posts!

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  42. He! He! He! Never laughed so hard in my life. Helen, thank you so very much! I really needed it. I really needed this awesomeness of a piece to remind me that life is ever affirming and we can laugh even when we don’t want to. You found every way to affirm your grit and your ever present wit. This was truly awesome. We deserve so much better than what we have to deal with right now! What was America thinking?

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  43. You guys are awesome. Thanks for this light in the darkness.

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  44. Slow Donnie!!!

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  45. Every time you write, you are exactly on target, no more so than this time. Thanks for speaking boldly and accurately — and for listing what Democrats stand for.

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  46. Amen! Sing it loud and sing it long! Your letters are relief from all the yelling (at the news) and pounding our heads against anything solid!

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  47. I’m waiting for the ambo to pick them all up and lock them up. love it girl.

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  48. No, see the Civil War wasn’t about slavery, it was about States’ Rights — except when free states passed laws prohibiting the return of escaped slaves, then it wasn’t about States’ Rights, it was about slavery. Wait a minute; I’m getting confused. I’ll look into it and get back to you.

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  49. Pure gold! Thank the gods for truth-telling like this!

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  50. In all fairness, we Democrats DID nominate Bill Clinton. But at least he didn’t brag about his affairs.

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  51. Workers can organize. Corporations aren’t people.

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  52. May I add to the list of what Democrats stand/stood for and instituted that serve so many people so well? Social Security. When FDR did that he was castigated by all the plutocrats, most of whom were Republican, for being a traitor to his class!!! Get that? Well, the Repugs are still the same damn way. Being biblically illiterate can hurt yourself. In this case, never having heard of Matthew 25 and helping the poor, etc. so you can at least get through the eye of the needle, dammit! And they never heard about that old saying, how it is easier for a camel to get through the eye of a needle than . . . oh, hell, never mind! And that is exactly what we have to lay on these whatsits whenever they babble “Well, what have the Democrats done? Stand for?” And then there is this thing called the Constitution! We stand for that cuz the majority of us have read it and know what it means and actually will stand on constitutional ground when a Democratic lawyer has to help out a Rethug on the basis that everybody – everybody! – deserves a fair trial!

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  53. Slow Donnie is the best, most appropriate name to be used when referring fo Trump Jr. No one in that family is right in the head.

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  54. Love your postings!

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  55. Just brilliant, as usual

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  56. […] This:  post from Margaret & Helen  is an absolute must read.  Go do it now. […]

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  57. Love, love, love these women

    Sent from my iPad

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  58. YOU should be president!!

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  59. There are a lot less Republicans than Democrats, so why do so many get into office? Let’s eliminate Citizens United, gerrymandering, electoral college and hidden financial contributions and see what happens.

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  60. Absolutely LOVE your point of view and how you present it. Make America Great again – Dump Trump! Just hope we survive till the 2020 elections!

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  61. Brava!! Thank you for again telling it like it is. I laughed out loud. Haven’t done that in quite a while. Now to figure out how to get rid of the whole kit and kaboodle 45, Pence, McConnel, Ryan and on down.

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  62. I love to hear what you have to say. Mostly it is so much more coherent than my cursing…..

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  63. I couldn’t agree with you more!

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  64. Once again, very well said. Let’s add Democrats believe in birth control.

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  65. well done as usual,never fail to make me laugh and G-d knows we need a way to laugh at what is happening.

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  66. Trump Jr’s comment tells so much about them. His daughter went from door to door yesterday and asked for a handout, and people gave it to her. She’s young, it’s tradition and it’s adorable. He, however, treats like she performed an act of hard labor and she’s entitled to compensation, unlike all those other kids who for whatever reason that he didn’t research stayed home and didn’t try to exploit the situation.

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  67. MAGA – Morons Are Governing America!

    Ladies, you are a blessing. Keep up the great work.

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  68. Right on!!!

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  69. Helen, you and Margaret are keeping me sane in a world gone mad. I enjoy your blog so much. And Margaret, you did the right thing with your Robert E. Lee potholder. Your blog is perfect because it hits the nail squarely on the head, but still makes me laugh, which I desperately need right now.

    Kindest Regards,

    Connie Grover

    ________________________________

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  70. Once again you ladies have got it correct. I’ve never been so ashamed of a sitting president (apologies to the previous 44) even Nixon wasn’t this bad. As for blue falcon Kelly, he deserves to have some stars removed for lying. I always thought that officers were supposed to be truthful and apologize if they made a grevious mistake. But racist misogynist Kelly refuses to apologize to a sitting United States Congresswoman when a video shows that he’s wrong. He lied. She wasn’t in Congress when the building funds were appropriated and he refuses to admit he’s wrong. And that empty-headed mouthpiece backs him. But then the entire White House is run by racist morons who should be nowhere near government. The Ancient Greeks had a group of female Goddesses the Furies who went after those who broke their oaths. In those times, an oath was a sacred bond. They were called by cursing the oath breaker(s). The Furies then tormented those unfortunates on Earth and into hell. Let the cursing begin!

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  71. I love your analogies at the end. I have one to add: Weakest link in a chain of fools.

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  72. Dump Trump, go Helen!!!!

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  73. Great stuff – you’re helping me survive all this madness. But while I’m certain Trump should go, I start looking at Mike Pence. He just might be even scarier. What’s your take on Pence, Helen?

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  74. Helen and Margaret, thank you both! I love reading your post!

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  75. And that is the best thing I have read all week!

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  76. I know we’re suppose to tolerate others’ beliefs, but I can’t tolerate Trump supporters any more. I can’t believe we have a complete moron in the White House and anyone is ok with that!

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  77. Fair pay for a day’s work, support for a healthy lifestyle including vacation, metal health support, proper diet, and you mentioned healthcare.

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  78. Thank you, thank you! I haven’t laughed this much in days? weeks? months! Hurry back, as there are plenty of issues that need your take!

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  79. I’ll tell you what Dems are against: the “I’ve got mine, screw the rest of you” philosophy espoused by the GOP. Know what? They are neither grand nr much of a party. Just old.

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  80. I’ll tell you what Dems are against: the “I’ve got mine, screw the rest of you” philosophy espoused by the GOP. Know what? They are neither grand or much of a party. Just old.

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  81. I love you!!! Lolololol

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  82. Good grief – “you’re.” Trump’s America is dumbing ME down now.

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  83. Nothing makes me happier than seeing a new post from Helen. You are spot on, as always, and I love that your pulling fewer punches every time.

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  84. This may be your best ever, and that is speaking BIGLY volumes! Sharing across social media. Love to you both. I mean it, really.

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  85. When I finally grow up (50 years and three grown sons, you’d think I’d be there by now, but I digress), I want to be just like you, Helen.

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  86. A moment ago, hubby came in from reading the news headlines – apparently the majority of republicans find higher learning to be bad for the country. “..58 percent [of the GOP] saying such institutions negatively impact the state of the union.]

    WHAT THE HELL?

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  87. Helen, I love you!

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  88. Great piece! Love your humor.

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  89. There simply aren’t words to describe how much I love you two, especially Helen. You truly are my inspiration for aging. I’m 67 and am looking forward to kicking asses from here to the end. Stay strong ladies, stay strong AND vocal.

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  90. Thank you for speaking truth. Always a bonus.

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  91. Helen, I love you and your blog and your honest insight into this crazy Republican bullshit. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  92. I love you so. Thanks for a bright spot.

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  93. Helen, you just made my day tolerable! On a day when we should have been focusing on Mueller’s progress, we were distracted by yet another pathetic immigrant who decided to just rent a truck and kill some people. Your message (hopefully) will get us on track on the issue that really needs to be talked about–far more Americans will die if we don’t deal with the ass in the White House. Thank you for keeping our priorities straight!

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  94. Marry me. Your writing is right on. Keep it up.

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  95. Love your speaking out, Helen! If you see things as they are so clearly, why can’t everyone?

    W~

    Sent from my iPad

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  96. Love you two!!!

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  97. Preach it!

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  98. I’m with you, really

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  99. what she said.

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  100. >

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  101. Brava! Brava! Encore!

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