Rambings: Dialog

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: Don’t you know it’s rude to bring up politics in a public place. How hateful.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

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Other: You say that because you are a liberal snowflake.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: So, you are into that socialist, communist agenda. It’s destroying our country right before your eyes. You are a sheep and the wool is being pulled over your eyes.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: You know you hurt me when you say that. Not only me, but your entire family. The family that raised and nurtured you, you’re turning your back on for the sake of your communists friends.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: He is the one who stands for Christians. He’s our bulwark and protector of our way of life. How can you not like him? What’s wrong with you?

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: You are the liar. He’s a good man. I talked to my pastor, and he says you can’t be a real Christian if you don’t see that Donald Trump is standing up for us. No other president has stood up for the Christian agenda like him. Donald doesn’t want us killing babies or marrying our own gender. He’s a good man. A God fearing man.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Other: You have really gone to the dogs. You are a socialist, communist; you don’t love your country or the country you grew up in. You want to tax everyone to death. Have a government that spends like crazy. How do you run a nation like, except run it into the ground? I bet you even hate the flag. I bet you don’t stand up for the national anthem anymore like the rest of the communists. You’re one of those black-loving commies. You’re no longer a Christian, in my opinion. You’re the one who brought up all this political stuff. People like you divide this country.

One: Donald Trump is a habitual liar.

Commentary: I don’t normally do this, but due to the overwhelming response of this post, I feel that I must come back to explain the point. No, this is not literal. No, no one said these word to me and I’m not claiming they did. This is satire and the point I was trying to make is that you can no longer make an obvious observation without it getting woven into some great political narrative. One, above, is simply stating the obvious, Donald Trump has been well-known for lying his entire life. It is clear that lying is dangerous. One said nothing about wanting America to be socialist and etc. If you are a Trump supporter and that offends you, let me make some other obvious statements and see if that bothers you. Joe Biden seems past his prime. Bill Clinton (and of course Trump) was an adulterer. Are you okay with those? I bet you are. But if you skin crawls and you pulse rises with any suggestion that Donald Trump is not, like Mary Poppins, “Perfect in each and every way,” then you may be in a Trump cult and this is no longer a political issue even for you.


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3 responses to “Rambings: Dialog”

  1. Hi Mike,

    How are you? Sure miss seeing you and Denise.

    I appreciate this post and it reminds me of something crazy that happened yesterday.

    I was a Safeway gas getting some gas and people were jockeying for place, so I found one and scooted in. When I looked up there was an older asian man in a black Lexus in his car in front of me, glaring at me with his middle finger up. I was stunned. When I got out of my car and started to gas it up he was across from me again glaring. I looked across at him and simply said, “What?” He yelled back “Trump white privileged.” I was stunned. Now, I guess, if you have white skin, you are a supporter of Trump and feel you have some special privilege.

    I was so sad by this encounter. We have a lot of healing to do as a country.

    Please give Denise a hug for me and ask her if she would still like my Rumba for floor cleaning, will you?

    Blessings, Mike.

    Ann Ann Hutchinson Meyers, Ph.D. Annmeyers@gmail.com 210-213-0320

    “The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”

    Ralph Waldo Emerson



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