Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Don't Blame Donald

Hey, he put in the work. Donald didn't do anything wrong. He put in ample time, he invested lots of money; and now, the ole Don is our president. Congratulations, man... You conniving son-of-a-bitch, you. Congrats!

I mean, what did he do wrong? Besides calling Hillary Clinton "nasty"?  Saying that Jeb Bush "is an embarrassment to his family?"  Asking if "anyone would vote for that (Carly Fiorina face)? Oh, the list of insults went on and on until the very last week of the election. In fact, insults and negativity dominated the entire campaign.

But the people wanted ole Don.  And the people certainly know what they want, right?  Surely, Donald suggested that we build a wall.  The people liked that.  And, Donald did say that we needed to deport illegal immigrants.  Oh how the people loved that!  And China?  Tax the hell out of 'em!  The people were all in.

And what about Hillary?  Tell me again, what was it that she said that the American people wanted to hear??

(crickets chirping)

Yeah, that's pretty much it.  The people did not really hear her at all. I mean, they people wanted to hear her.  They really really really wanted to hear something good from Hillary. But we got truly got nothing of substance.  All that was recalled from her campaign pertained to emails... And oh how she did apologize for sending them.  Once again, cudos to ole Don for staying on top of that.

And the Democratic party?  The same folks who felt that it was an excellent idea to smear Bernie Sanders for the sake of Hillary's failed attempt at a presidency?  Hell, I say shame on you all. Hopefully, Donald's orange skin sizzles your retinas for the next 4 years.

So, what do we do now?  There aren't many options, ya know. I suggest we just hold on to tight while ole Don take us on the ride of our lives?  And I suppose if we're really lucky, we'll get through these precarious next four years.  However, in ole Don's defense, we should give the man some credit... At least he will have something to say.

Sorry, Hill.

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