In 1978, the band Boston was urging us to “Don’t Look Back.” However, recently I have been looking back because what’s behind me is more than what’s ahead of me. And I’m not referring to my fat ass. I’m taking about life. In 1978, I looked to my life ahead of me. In 2019, I do tend to reminisce a bit.
Recently, my elementary school was holding an all-alumni school reunion before it closed forever. I didn’t go, but after seeing on Facebook who went from my grade, I waxed a bit nostalgic. If only I had waxed my neck and shoulders before the reunion, maybe I would have gone.
But then, reality hit me in the face like a fish out of water. I think I’m mixing metaphors, but that allows me to use this gif …
I think I know what Boston was getting at back in ’78. I’ll explain.
There are already too many Democratic candidates for the 2020 Presidential race. So each month, I will reduce the field by one candidate through an announcement in this blog. If more keep joining the race, we may have to eliminate a candidate every two weeks. After my blog post, the candidate named in the post will be notified and expected to withdraw from the race. Maybe by the 2020 convention, we’ll have the field whittled down to a single, strong candidate to defeat Donald Trump in 2020.
The first candidate I am eliminating from the race is …
I hope you had a good Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day. I took some of the day off, and I hauled my 10 year old and her friend to an arcade where they could pretend they were somewhere else, anywhere else than with me, until it came time to recharge their gaming cards.
Also today, Donald Trump and Mike Pence surprised everyone with an unscheduled visit to take a minute to lay a wreath at the memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King. That was it. A minute. No words. No service projects. One quick wreath. The house cartoonist for Mad Dog PAC, @repeat1968, offered up this cartoon on Twitter to perfectly memorialize the event.
First, apologies to monkeys. I did not want to drag you into the swamp called the Trump administration, but I was missing a title and that one seemed appropriate and did not require much thought.
By now, you may have seen this.
I just wish Trump had also tried kissing Melania. Would Pence have tried, too? Probably not as Melania I am sure would have fended off Trump’s amorous attempt. She has been able to protect herself from less so far that we have seen …
Hindsight always seems to be 20/20. No, not this kind of hindsight …
I’m talking about looking back and rethinking decisions. For example, take Hawaii, please …
I don’t know if Mike Pence broke any actual laws by using an unsecured AOL email address as governor of Indiana. Actually, I’m pretty impressed. I mean, in a state like Indiana where chances are you will marry a cousin, AOL is pretty cutting edge technology.
Well, it looks like he has learned his lesson, and from now on, the emails he receives at firstname.lastname@example.org will be much more secure in the future.
By casting the deciding vote to confirm Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, the over-sized loaf of flaccid white bread masquerading as VP, Mike Pence, has temporarily taken the mantle of America’s Most Hated Person away from Donald Trump. I am 100% confident that Trump will regain that title shortly, perhaps as I type this post.
The neighborhood that Mike Pence and his wife will be moving into has prepared for the Pence’s arrival with a display of the LGBT flag on many houses.
I wonder if Pence not only supports gay conversion therapy, but also gay supporters conversion therapy? Regardless, the DC neighborhood is not stopping at flags, but has even more surprises in store for the Pence’s once they move in.
With all the lies spewed during this last Presidential campaign, we don’t need to spread another. The latest fabrication making the rounds is that Mike Pence successfully went through gay conversion therapy to save his marriage. It certainly appears obvious that Pence was hoping for much more than just an air peck on the cheek from Trump in this shot.
Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee Mike Pence recently made a campaign stop in Centerville, Ohio during their Pumpkin Festival.
In a blockbuster move designed to salvage his flagging political career, we hear that Mike Pence has withdrawn from the Republican Presidential ticket. After ruining Indiana with his cretinous, archaic policies, Pence took his political hate show on the road nationally as Donald Trump’s running mate/sidekick/accomplice/apprentice troll. It was never a good fit as Trump’s bloated ego could not handle that the general public seems to prefer the hate-filled Pence to the Orange Goblin Trump.
Sources tell us that Trump has already chosen a Pence replacement, and it is a familiar political name … Bush.
I made the mistake of watching the Vice Presidential debate on Tuesday night rather than make another dryer lint bunny.
Republicans have constructed the most overtly anti-LGBT platform in history, but Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump is doing his best to show he is sympathetic towards the LGBT community.
Donald Trump is reconsidering his choice of Mike Pence as Vice President.
The Republican presidential ticket of Donald Trump and Michael Pence is set to enhance the Trump legacy.