Home Alone…

Edvard Munch, The Scream
The Scream image:imgbuddy.com

Ever feel as if you just want to be alone, preferably on a tropical island?!

We spend so much time trying to fit in, be popular, be a part of the right clique in school…just be liked.

 We strive to fall in love, find the perfect mate…”I don’t want to be alone” is the battle cry of many single women and men. I guess you can throw some married folks into that mix, as well.

Then one day you sit down in your home and declare, “What I would give to be alone. No one asking anything of me, no compromising.”

I can tell you I wanted to abdicate from society after Thursday night’s grim Republican debate. Actually, I wouldn’t call that a debate. It was a bunch of rich, sexist men flapping their conservative lips.

I really felt that the worst of humanity was on display.

Hey Trumpster, here’s a question for you about ebb and flow and when I speak of flow it is not the hormonal kind that you so inappropriately referenced Megyn Kelly about.

Here goes…Is it possible for all insane Americans, you included, to leave the country and flee to Mexico, especially since you (Trump) are going to build “a big, beautiful door” in the border wall so the good, legal immigrants can come and go?

Since declaring Obama “stupid,” can’t our dumb ass President send all the bigoted, sexist, gun slinging, pedophiles, murderers and drug dealers through that big, beautiful door?

Quick as a bunny, let’s get the plan from the Mexican government that you constantly refer to, photocopy it and email it to our stupid government so that those idiots can mandate that all American deviants be escorted through the big door to Mexico…problem is, then there will be no left to vote for you.

Mexico is a very popular destination. Taxes are less, the weather is good so it shouldn’t be a problem getting your supporters to forfeit their American passports since the good ole U.S. of A is such a loser country now…in your frank observation.

Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly
Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly

The Dullard, I mean The Donald, lashed out against Fox News’ Megyn Kelly for her questions during the campaign’s first debate. She had asked the candidate about his use of derogatory language toward women and whether it reflected the “temperament of a man we should elect as president.”

Referring to Kelly’s questions, Trump told CNN in an interview late Friday, “There was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.”

I do appreciate bluntness, but Trump is running for President. Can you imagine him telling German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she looks like a “fat pig” in her pantsuit?

All the male candidates were gung ho to dismantle Planned Parenthood. Other than impregnating a woman, what is a male’s participation in pregnancy? That all the dicks are still dictating, in the 21st century what a woman can or cannot do with her body, is ridiculous.

ELizabeth Warren  photo:kosu.org
ELizabeth Warren photo:kosu.org

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren had this to say:

“I come to the Senate floor today to ask my Republican colleagues a question,” she began. “Do you have any idea what year it is? Did you fall down, hit your head, and think you woke up in the 1950s? Or the 1890s? Should we call for a doctor?”

“Because I simply cannot believe that in the year 2015, the United States Senate would be spending its time trying to defund women’s healthcare centers. On second thought, maybe I shouldn’t be surprised. The Republicans have had a plan for years to strip away women’s rights to make choices over our own bodies.”

Melania Trump, Baron Trump In the Nursery  photo:people.com
Melania Trump, Barron Trump In the Trump Nursery photo:people.com

Well said, Ms. Warren.

Hey, Trump, will you be referring to the esteemed senator as “a dog, slob or disgusting animal” in the future since she doesn’t look like your immigrant wife, Melania Knauss Trump, or your Miss USA posse?

And I wonder why I want to be alone.

One Comment

  1. Paula Lopez says:

    The saving grace here is to quote Maureen Dowd is “that sometimes you need a showman in the show”. In reference to his statement that he contributed money to the Clinton Foundation believing that would be used to do good, not for private planes going all around the world.

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