Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Is this the end of the world?

Every time they cross a line, I think this is it. This is the line that is too despicable for the American people to tolerate. But they are ripping children - toddlers - away from their parents, flying them hours away, and sticking them in cages in a no-contact-allowed prison for babies. No hugs. No comforting. Older children and changing the diapers of the little ones. And I'm reading tweets of support from the deplorables.

This wasn't the line.


  1. Today's headlines: he's pulling us out of the Human Rights Commission, his poll numbers are rising, Fox News calls these internment camps "like summer camps." Oh, and we're going to militarize space, hurrah! There's no sense, no compassion, no sign of the native good sense that I foolishly believed was part of the American ethos. There's just a celebration of ignorance, and a cult-like support for evil.

    1. I long for the good old days when I just thought he was stupid.

    2. I long for the days when I thought his person was simply his persona, and that deep down he was a rational and "normal" human. I don't even know what normal is anymore.

  2. I'm watching from afar in disbelief. My local newspaper had two cartoons on the subject this morning. You're right. There doesn't seem to be a line. It's appalling.

  3. I have never hated anyone as much as I hate him.


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