Confusing maze of borscht and blunders



“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph.”  —    Haile Selassie

” I T ‘S  M Y  P A R T Y  F O L K S ! “

“I like the campaign trial but I like governing.” — Donald J.Trump.


Donald J. Trump is a drama queen who has repeatedly  grasped  defeat from the jaws of every victory.

It seems that he has to have some degree of conflict in his life and many times cannot leave well enough alone.

He is the type of person who cannot remain silent on anything.

He is the type of guy who is childlike and sports a very fragile ego that demands absolute loyalty from those in his close circle of friends, associates and family members.

Truth be told he has no impulse control. He is ready to change his position on almost any policy decision he has made and will throw loyal associates under the bus if he believes that it is in his best interest to do so.

His recent firing of FBI Director James Comey when combined with his behind closed-door meeting with Russian diplomats might be typical behavior for a man ill-equipped to assume the top office of the United States.

In what was supposed to be a closed-door Oval Office meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, pictures have emerged of meetings between President Trump, Mr Lavrov and Russian Envoy Sergey Kislyak via Russian media and Russian government social media accounts

His ignorance and ineptness may be interpreted as guile and deception.

But when an infant throws a tantrum you offer it a soother and a rattle and not the keys to the Oval Office. 

For Mr T. everything appears to be a laughable issue except of course the humorous political barbs that late night show host Stephen Colbert has continually thrown his way.

Might be a good idea if The Donald takes a few Valium when he gets up in the morning , quit stewing over his own ineptness and begin to take his role as president a lot more seriously. –gc



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4 Comments on Confusing maze of borscht and blunders

  1. ‘Donald the Aggressor’ I think this handshake is known as the Twister, given by a person who feels the need to show he’s the one in control. So, aggressive, needy and controlling, is that about right?

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    • Right on the money Susan.I wonder if that was a part of the course curriculum taught at Trump University? If it was then the students gullible enough to invest their money truly did get a bad “shake”.

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  2. It would be nice if he took that advice, however, he doesn’t know that he needs any advice. He’s perfectly happy getting his own way. I wish the rattle he has been given didn’t have a disaster button on it.

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