Stretching Real World Topics to Humorous Extremes!
Hello and welcome to a political humor blog created to address real world political topics with a humorous edge.
My Blog Therapy: Your Entertainment
Although I enjoy entertaining the masses with my strange wit and eccentric humor, blogging has served as my therapeutic outlet for years. When life presents you with salty lemons, you make raspberry lemonade by ranting and raving on your own personal platform! I’ve learned that blogging is a life long commitment that benefits your mind, body, and spirit. You may not earn a substantial amount of money, but at least you feel like your thoughts and ideas are transcended into the world via WiFi connection.
Since the disappointing 2016 presidential election in which all decent persons everywhere gasped collectively, I have written more than enough posts about Donald Trump. I use to watch the cable news stories during both terms of Obama’s presidency, but as soon as the Trump twat came along, its been hard to watch the direction of the country. I also find it disturbing that Republicans are allowing Trump to destroy their party. Personally, I’ve never cared for republican politicians because I believe in a woman’s right to choose, and I am against their voter suppression laws. If you want to refer to me as a liberal, go right ahead; but I refer to myself as a common sense voter with a very prickly opinion about the direction of our government.
Our country is forever changing, and sometimes our laws are slow to catch up with our very diverse population. I was so excited about the LGBTQ community having the right to get married like all Americans. After the Supreme Court made the monumental decision, the world didn’t cease to exist and the Dow Jones Industrial Complex didn’t implode. Opponents of the measure took to social media making grand and apocalyptic statements about the country rotting from inside out, and proclaiming that the US is a Christian nation founded on Christian principles. I’m a Christian, and I must say, the United States is far from a Christian nation. The hate and bigotry supported in this country has nothing to do with religious beliefs. Racially motivated voter suppression driven by Republicans and the unresolved water crisis and poisoning of American citizens in Flint, Michigan doesn’t feel Christian to me. So, taking out the religious aspects of people’s argument, there was no reason to deny marriage equality to a specific population living a certain lifestyle. In the end, a population of people were granted rights they should have enjoyed since the conception of our great nation.
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