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Trump and the Unholy Quartet
Posted:Jul 17, 2019 9:41 am
Last Updated:Jul 19, 2019 4:33 am
Does calling the President a F*cker count as discrimination. What do you call a Congresswoman who married her brother?
Trump Insults on an Equal Opportunity Basis
Posted:Jul 15, 2019 5:58 pm
Last Updated:Jul 17, 2019 9:38 am
Democrats are victimizing the detainees by refusing vote in favor of additional funding for these centers and they’re victimizing the agents are trying their best manage an impossible situation.

I thought what Democrats tried doing Brett Kavanaugh was about as low as they can go. I was wrong, there is no bottom of the barrel. They have no shame and I hope voters remember.

S*X Scandals, the Unholy Trinity and Politics
Posted:Jul 13, 2019 4:28 am
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2019 5:46 pm
Years ago, when Bush Junior was running President - he was asked about cocaine use in his youth. His response was "none of your FiretrUCKING business!" He didn't get my vote but he did get my respect.

I could have respected Slick Willie a whole lot more if he would have said, "Yeah! I had sex with that woman and your point is..........................." It would have saved a lot of tax dollars with Congress investigating the presidential b.j.

Do people really care? I don't want the government in my bed nor am I interested in what happens in the government's bed. So what if Trump paid Stormy Daniels to not discuss the pre-presidential spanking on social media. The 11th-hour, 11-year-old locker-room is only interesting to political opponents.

So now we have the unholy trinity screaming racism because they are not getting their ways. I sincerely hope that their bids for reelection don't go their way either.
Legal immigrants and refugees are welcome in the United States but there the expectation that they are law-abiding and respectful. That does not describe the unholy trinity.

Just my not so humble perspective.

Posted:Jul 11, 2019 8:08 am
Last Updated:Jul 12, 2019 10:22 am
Whenever I visit my in Atlanta, there is always Robo-Vacuum. Robo-Vacuum is on a schedule to clean the living room. My sets it to wake him up work. My thought was always, "I want one of those!" My advised me that they are not inexpensive.

I remember when computers were very expensive but time brought down the price. A few months ago, I found a Robo-Vacuum Sixty-Some Dollars. A few weeks ago, I purchased an upgraded Robo-Vacuum Three Hundred and some change. The two Robo-Vacuums are so cute together.

I am not a domestic Goddess like the more Virgo folks but those robotic vacuum cleans are going to make spring cleaning in the summer a whole lot more interesting. The fact that they are on a schedule simpifies it as well. I am placing the remote controller right next to Grumpy's picture. He loved his controllers when he was on this side.

The challenge is what do I these "two little darlings" and what time should I schedule them . I wish I could teach Alexis to get them started.

Peaches, Peaches For Pizza, Pizza
Posted:Jul 10, 2019 5:23 pm
Last Updated:Jul 12, 2019 5:54 am
This afternoon I was shopping and customers frequently ask me where to find a product. I encountered a grouchy old man on a riding cart who was grumbling about asking an employee about peaches, he was told aisle four and they were nowhere to be found. "I bet I can help you find them," I told him. I looked down aisle 4 and saw a section marked canned fruit. "Peaches are on aisle four," I informed him.

"I don't want any @#!%!* peaches, I want PIZZA!" "What wrong, can't you hear!" I explain to him, "Actually, my hearing is NFG but it's easy to mix pizza and peaches. Try Aisle One in the Freezer Section."

Later, I found him in the Freezer Section grumbling to a age employee about where is the pepperoni pizza! I bent over to whisper in his ear, "Frozen peaches are on the other end of aisle two in the freezer section." His response, "I don't want any @!#$%! Peaches!" My answer, "maybe you should get some peaches because you are such a peach yourself" Laughing, he answered, "Maybe I should!" Hopefully, he left the store in a better mood than when he came in.

Alcohol Sales, Puerto Rican s, A Grouchy Old Man & His Wife
Posted:Jul 7, 2019 11:21 pm
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2019 1:00 am
When I was an Area 1499 Cashier, I had refuse an alcohol sale for a group of young Puerto Ricans after a minor showed his ID. The young man standing next the minor asked if he could buy it for him. Nope. Third party alcohol sales for minors are a no-no. They left and the next customer had a fit because they were speaking Spanish. He told me that I was right to not sell them beer because they didn't speak English. I advised the customer that Spanish is the cultural language of Puerto Rico which is part of the United States but it's still illegal for me to sell alcohol to minors. The customer was buying wine. I told him that I was reaably certain that he was well over 21 but I needed to check his wife's ID. It made her .
Republicans, Democrats and the American Flag
Posted:Jul 6, 2019 12:59 pm
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2019 1:00 am
In the first place we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage discriminate against any such man because of creed, or birthplace, or origin. But this is predicated upon the man's becoming in very fact an American and nothing but an American.
Theodore Roosevelt

Immigration and Detainment (c&p)
Posted:Jul 2, 2019 12:11 pm
Last Updated:Jul 6, 2019 1:18 pm
The Los Angeles Times published an op-ed piece written by Jonathan Katz, a national fellow at New America, titled, “ Immigrant Detention Centers What They Really Are: Concentration Camps.” According to the piece’s deluded author, judicially monitored civil detention in a U.S. facility is exactly the same thing as being detained in a Third Reich internment camp.
Clearly that’s a hyperbolic claim intended to cast the president and his cabinet as “a racist, lawless administration.” But it is woefully inaccurate. The temporary incarceration of foreign trespassers, in modern detention centers, monitored by the judiciary and pursuant to laws passed by our democratically elected legislature, isn’t the least bit comparable to the impriment of political opponents by an authoritarian government.
The German konzentrationslager, the Russian gulag and the Chinese lao gai existed solely to punish any actual or potential adversaries of the ruling regime. Men, women and ren confined to these facilities were often detained on the flimsiest of charges, frequently without review by any court. They were locked up specifically to punish them for failing to think and act in the manner demanded by a totalitarian state. And they rarely lived long enough to walk out the pri gate.
But that’s not remotely the case with aliens detained in the United States. All aliens held by the Department of Homeland Security have either broken our immigration laws or have arrived at our borders without a visa, asking for asylum. None of them are American citizens, with a legal right to remain here. And all of them will eventually be released, whether in the U.S., in their country of origin or in a third-party state.
Aliens are held in civil detention not as a form of punishment but in order to ensure that they attend a hearing before an Immigration Judge. And the purpose of that hearing is to determine whether they have any lawful basis for remaining in the United States.
Ultimately many migrants will be paroled into the interior of the United States and permitted to await their day in court on their own recognizance or subject to a bond. Many others will prevail before the Immigration Court and obtain legal authorization to make this country their new permanent home.
That’s a far cry from facing forced labor, starvation and execution in some secret gulag hidden on the edge of nowhere.
Colorful invective is often a part of political debate. However, the current tendency for illegal alien advocates to equate the policing of our borders with crimes against humanity is as offensive as it is off-base. Doing so cheapens the suffering of the countless millions who suffered and died under Hitler, Stalin, Mao and others, while simultaneously ignoring the fact that the U.S. has given refuge, and a bright future, to more migrants than any other nation in modern history.

West Virginia Elections and the Russians
Posted:Jun 30, 2019 9:38 pm
Last Updated:Jul 2, 2019 6:10 am
Last month, I was a poll worker for the city election. I thought that it was interesting because the mayor and city council members were running uncontested but legally there has to be an election regardless. They all have to get at least one vote in order to take office.

It is also interesting because any task has to be completed by two members of opposing parties. There were four people working on the table for our district. I was not allowed to sit next to the Republican. I had to sit between a Democrat and an Independent. Everyone treated each other with respect regardless of political differences. MAGA hats and Pink Pussy Ear Hats were not allowed.

I don't see how any kind of election fraud would be possible considering the way the different parties worked with each other. I will probably be working with the same crew for the 2020 elections. It should be a bit more eventful than this election. I usually vote early at the courthouse. The Russians better start working on learning West Virginia Lingo if they are going to interfere with the elections.

Syrian Refugees - Star's Soap Box for Today
Posted:Jun 18, 2019 9:37 am
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2019 1:03 pm
#rationchallenge Day-3 Mujadara (made with Quinoa, Brown Rice, Lentils, and Cumin) Flat Bread (Made with Teff) Dandelion Tea which is an excellent substitute for Coffee.
I am participating in a Seven Day Refugee Challenge to live on what a Syrian Refugee is given to eat for a week. I made a few adjustments for health reas. A Syrian Refugee would not have option. A few of the arguments, I am getting are, Americans should be helping Americans especially our veterans.

Also, the Refugees are Muslins (Gasp!) God forbid they come here. These people are in Jordon, they are not all heading to the U.S.A. but so what if a few of them come here. If you want to meet a Muslim, jump in a cab in New York or Washington D.C. and have a conversation with the driver. is frequently the first line of work they do when arriving in the United States.

These people are being driven from their homes by the same group bombed our towers. I can guarantee the battle has nothing to do with religious ideology. It is more about corporate greed and oil. If you want to help the Veteran. Cool! I am the and former wife of Vietnam veterans. I am also the mother and aunt of Gulf War veterans. After helping the Veteran, there is nothing wrong with helping the people left behind to deal with the mess.

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