"Gather ye rose-buds while ye may." Robert Herrick

"Gather ye rose-buds while ye may." Robert Herrick

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Donna Baker

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Beyond Low


 

I try to steer clear of politics and religion.  This person has all of the character traits that I abhor in a human being.

Please, use your own blog to defend this man if you must.  I don't want to know who supports him.

PS ~ last night my grandkids spent the night with me.  Bella, 9 years old, told me that Trump said to grab girls by the vagina.  How low can it go?  Not much lower.

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  1. This could be the end of Little Caesar.

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    1. We've all heard the term. It is the sum of all of his behaviors that should negate this person from even coming close to President of the United States of America. He has serious pathological disorders - bad enough to keep him from office anyway.

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    2. Ever since Bush decided to invade Iraq, I have wondered if there is any sort of safety net in place as to the mental capabilities of our leaders. Obviously, there is not, especially as applies to candidates.
      Your blog has beautiful images. I'm glad I've met you.

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    1. I hate to comment Sandra, because I really love my followers and friends and don't want to lose them. I know I won't change anyone's mind if it is already made up, but we are facing an unprecedented time in America. I just think it is time to stand up and say enough.

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  3. Sigh. From this side of the world we are watching in horror. And fear.

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    1. Oh, Child, I've been holding my breath for so long now. I do believe a win for Trump will herald a dangerous time in history. I have beloved friends, and even my own husband, that are voting Trump. The reason I hear most is to keep Hillary from getting President. I guess it is also loyalty to the Republican party. I used to love politics; now I am disillusioned and no longer consider myself Republican or Democrat.

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  4. I don't support either of them. They are both disgusting amoral people.
    Both the Democrats and Republican have shot themselves in the foot or the head or our head or foot.
    I will not vote for billary or trump.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. We are in deep you know what, Parsnip, but I won't throw my vote away as the stakes are too high, but I understand your choice. Many will do that.

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    2. I can not in all good consciences vote for either I am tired voting for the less of two evils. my x knew someone in the close circle of Clinton and it is worst than you think.
      She lies and hides it, there are bodies. Trump spews garbage and doesn't hide it. They both lie.
      If we all voted for a third party it would send a shock wave to both parties. But I must admit that Trump in the beginning was listing to all the people like me who feel like they have no voice in government.

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    3. Voting for Trump is like playing Russian Roulette with your country. Voting for Hillary is like putting a shotgun to your head and pulling the trigger. I am not defending Trump, but the things said on the red cap are the things that were actually DONE by Bill Clinton, and worse. Hillary defended all of Bills disgusting episodes and trashed the victims. Hillary as a lawyer defended a man that raped a 12 year old girl for 5 days, got him off, and then laughed about how she was amazed he passed the lie detector test because she KNEW he was guilty. She is corrupt, sick and disgusting. Trump is Only disgusting but at least he didn't sell out the country to foreign governments for Cash. It's okay to disagree on politics without losing friends. I would never shut off a friendship because of it.

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    4. You have said so much so much better than I.

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  5. The Debate is less than an hour away.

    Let's meet up again tomorrow. xo

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  6. It makes me sad to know that your granddaughter is privy to some of the vulgar things Trump has said. How can one escape it? I imagine children being confused by this man. I'm 46 & I certainly am.
    When I was Bella's age Jimmy Carter was in office. The worst thing in the media about him was actually about Billy, his brother, who was meant to have been a bit of a bozo. The image I had of Billy Carter had to do with 'Billy Beer' and peanut farming. -rather timid when compared with Trump's shenanigans.

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  7. Makes me sad too Bea. The littles are listening and talking about it.

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  8. I actually think this is a test of our humanity. And so many other things going on here. I'm beyond being astounded that he got this far... what gets me now are the people (WOMEN) who continue to defend him. I am heartened every time I hear of women (and men) who have decided they refuse to give him their vote the more they witness. Not much longer now!

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    1. Yes Kirsten, I am astounded too. Trump is such an embarrassment and makes us look crazed around the world. No matter how much people don't like Hillary, she is a thousand times the person that Trump is. I'm so glad it's almost over, but I think Trump will still be spewing his ignorance.

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