July 12, 2016

Everyone who frequents this benign outpost in the blogsphere knows where my support lies as far as the 2016 presidential election goes, but, even here in the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, it’s heartening to know that there are more people than me who support Donald Trump’s candidacy. I know it’s just anecdotal, but here are just a few things I’ve experienced:

1. A few months ago I’m at the Wu Loon Ming nursing a Sam Adams Boston Lager with CNN on the TV above the bar. The guy next to me asks me what I think of Trump and I say I’m for him 100% behind him. The guys whispers to me that if his wife knew he was for Trump he’d never hear the end of it. And one by one down the bar, every other guy says the same thing.

2. Last night I’m at the Casa Blanca Mexican restaurant down the street from the Wu. I’m just chit-chatting with the bartender and the guy next to me hears I’m from Arizona. He asks me what I think about Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and I say I’m all for him. He asks if I’m for Trump and I say, absolutely. He tells me he’s a union guy and even though his leadership is pushing Hillary Clinton’s candidacy there’s no one he knows that isn’t secretly voting for Trump. He tells me he thinks November is going to be a landslide for Trump and everyone is gonna be shocked. The guy is convinced Trump is going to win Massachusetts in November.

3. I’m getting a hot fudge sundae at Gary’s Ice Cream, just up the street from where my folks live. On the menu they’ve got an election between two ice cream offerings: “Trump Truffle” and “Hillary Hash”. The results to date: Trump: 710, Hillary 307.

Like I say, anecdotal. Right?

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July 11, 2016

It would be nice to say that the Goodboys have been waiting 51 weeks for the 26th Goodboys Invitational, but the fact it that’s just not so. As the adage goes, the Goodboys can’t wait to see each other until Friday morning. Then, after Friday’s first round and the ‘Boys have renewed acquaintances for a round of golf, Sunday afternoon can’t come soon enough. 🙂

Speaking only for myself, no one – and I do mean no one in Goodboys Nation has worked harder on their game than I have. This time last year I thought I had made significant steps to improve my game, but, looking back, I realize now I didn’t know what the hell I was doing out there; this year, I’ve come to know my swing so well that I can tell where the ball is going just from the sound of the ball off my club face. I’m in a good spot right now, it’s just a matter of seeing if I can execute and if my swing can hold up under the mind-numbing, bone-crushing pressure of a Goodboys Invitational. All the pieces are in place, now it’s just a matter of doing it to it.

It’s time to play ball. Let the games begin.

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July 8, 2016

This is going to be an unpopular post, I’m guessing, so if you have a particular aversion to the truth my suggestion is to bypass this and check out the next one which I guarantee will be a heckuva lot more benign.

First of all, thoughts and prayers are going out today for the police officers killed and wounded during the ambush that ensued last night in Dallas. I suppose one can express surprise that this sort of thing could happen in America these days, but I’m not surprised – not in the least. Because this is exactly the kind of thing that can happen when you have a President who has done nothing – and I mean absolutely nothing – to temper the flames of racial violence in this country since he was elected 7 1/2 long years ago. Anyone with a right mind has to admit that race relations right now are at their lowest ebb since, perhaps, the early ’60s. Why is that? I thought the first black president was elected primarily because as a “community organizer” he knew how to bring people together. What a miserable failure on all counts he has been!

One need only to look at the statements Barack Obama has made anytime there has been violence involving whites and blacks. He called Trayvon Martin, a punk who was up to no good being where he was and when he was, “the son he would have had”. Michael Brown was troubled man who had stolen from a convenience store before reaching into a police cruiser to try and take the gun away from a police office. Who did Obama support? The rioters in Ferguson, Missouri. Obama also backed the rioters in Baltimore after the Freddie Gray incident. Look, no one is saying that any of these folks deserved to die; all I’m saying is that Barack Obama went out of his way to take the sides of the those he felt a kinship towards and created an adversarial relationship in the black community with the police. And now given his decidedly milquetoast reaction to the dead police officers in Dallas, it’s clear Barack Obama despises the rule of law and sides with law-breakers and killers.

From the very start Barack Obama has set as his first objective to divide Americans along every line possible: race, class, religion, political affiliation. It was his Attorney General Eric Holder who approved the running of guns to the Mexican cartels for the expressed purpose of seeing the committing so many crimes that Americans would rise up and demand greater control on guns. It was his administration that empowered Lois Lerner and the IRS to target conservative groups. Along the way Barack Obama used executive privilege to push his own political agenda involving illegal immigration regardless of the Constitutional constraints placed upon his office. Since his inauguration both he and his administration spokespeople have on countless occasions blatantly and purposely lied and obfuscated at every possible opportunity; along the way the pussies in the Republican congress stayed silent.

A pox on both of their houses.

I’ve written about this subject before and I’ll restate it again: if you want to call me a racist, go ahead (after all, that’s the rage these days), but the problems in the African-American community are largely self-inflicted: between voting in one regime of corrupt Democratic politicians after another, choosing to play the race card over self-empowerment and self-improvement at every opportunity, and living as virtual slaves on the Democratic Party plantation as one generation of Democrats after another push legislation and policies responsible for the virtual destruction of the African-American family unit. What you have going on these days is nothing but the result of, and the affirmation of, fifty years of Democratic Party social agenda. As a black man, Barack Obama was in a unique position to speak “truth to power” and bring both political parties together to address long-standing (and valid) concerns in the African-American community, but he chose instead to be a divider rather than a uniter. He and those he has surrounded himself with are a cancer that has been foist on this country, and it will take decades to undo the damage both he and his administration has done.

If that’s even possible.

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July 6, 2016

Because it was always in, and any reasonable person cynical enough to know how Washington works in general, and the way the über-political and recklessly-lawless Obama administration and the breathtakingly-corrupt Clinton machine all work together in particular ought to have known that. Never mind Hillary’s prior statement that “no person should be too powerful to jail”, or Elizabeth Warren’s tweet from earlier this year:

The next president can honor the simple notion that nobody is above the law, but it will happen only if voters demand it.

…Democrats now have as their presumptive nominee someone who has been proven to (not just be suspected of) knowingly and blatantly, on numerous occasions, and in public and on videotape, lying about her activities and involvement in the State Department e-mail scandal. And worse than that, even if her actions might not have been seen as rising to a level that would result in criminal charges – something still quite open to debate – you have someone who treated this country’s intelligence and intelligence organizations with such reckless disregard that anyone not named Clinton would have had their security clearances yanked by now.

Of course, none of this will matter to the most hardened liberals and supporters of Hillary Clinton: like her, they believe laws are only for the little people. For liberals, it’s the political agenda that matters and matters only, and if it means having one of the most vile, corrupt, and dishonest career politicians in memory who best represents your Party at the top of your ticket, well, so be it. Because for liberals and Democrats, it’s not about the rule of law, it’s all about pushing that agenda forward. And for the Clinton machine, it’s all about keeping the money flowing into that criminal enterprise known as the Clinton Foundation / Global Network and preparing Chelsea Clinton and her equally-corrupt and incompetent husband to assume the role of the next generation of shakedown artists and politicians that will infect the Democratic Party and the American political system for decades to come.

Others may disagree, but I don’t think James Comey’s press conference yesterday did Hillary any good. For one thing, he point-by-point challenged all of Hillary’s prior assertions about her conduct, revealing her to be a liar of the highest magnitude, thereby confirming the suspicions of a wide number of Americans who already didn’t see her as trustworthy. Secondly, it’s my view that Comey knew damned well that there was no way the Obama administration and Loretta Lynch’s Department of Justice would ever support any recommendations for charges of any kind the FBI’s investigation might have brought forth – the fix being in almost from the very start – so he simply decided to lay out the basic facts as he knew it in a way the average American could understand. And in doing so, he provided Donald Trump and the GOP with ammunition beyond their wildest dreams – just a look at this YouTube video would tell even the most political novice that.

Had Comey’s investigation brought forth recommendations or even formal charges against Clinton, she could have used the old “vast right-wing conspiracy” argument to play the victim card and present her own evidence to the contrary to bolster her supporters and reassure Democrats who still held on to a shred of evidence that she had, in fact, been telling the truth all along: Hillary could say all would be revealed in time and that ultimately she would be vindicated. Thanks to James Comey, that is no longer possible, and no matter what she does or how she tries to move on with “business as usual”, the video evidence will be shown over and over that she lied repeatedly to the American public, and there will be no getting away from that. Republicans and conservatives already knew her unsavory qualities to the nth degree; now Bernie Sanders supporters and independents who hadn’t really been paying attention to date know it as well.

The stench that will surround Hillary and her candidacy will only grow over the next days and weeks as American are rightly left to wonder whatever happened to the rule of law in the country. Has our political system grown so corrupt, and so separate from the average Joe, that someone like Hillary Clinton can be above the law? If they hadn’t believed it before, most people now know that the rule of law no longer applies to Washington and the politically connected. I believe – and again, I may be wrong – we’re heading towards the greatest constitutional crisis since Watergate. Anyone who thinks this story is going away anytime soon is deluding themselves.

Of course, it’s hard not to ignore the political implications of all this. I’m still not convinced Clinton will be the Democrats’ nominee. As it is, Hillary already needed every centrist Democrat and independent that came out to vote for Barack Obama in 2012 in order to beat Donald Trump. Now, on top of being a soulless, uncharismatic, and uninspiring candidate to start with, these voters also have someone shown to be a liar and untrustworthy to handle American intelligence to consider voting for. Donald Trump may not be everyone’s (or anyone’s) alternative choice, but compared to the baggage Hillary is now carrying – this on top of the baggage she had already been carrying – the average American now has a clear choice, and you can expect Trump to push the “crooked Hillary” meme every step of the way. And given James Comey’s press conference yesterday, it’s going to be increasingly hard for Democrats to defend her being at the top of the ticket.

Joe Biden has to be licking his chops.

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July 5, 2016

Days until Goodboys Invitational weekend: 11
Location: Superstition Springs Golf Club
Score: 49 + 50 = 99
Handicap: 24.2 / Trend: 23.8 (-0.4)

Funny how golf is. Most of the time we high-handicappers post a score we trudge to the 19th hole, plop ourselves down in front of a brewskie and our playing partners and bemoan those six or seven shots that got away from us, truly feeling (whether rightly or not) that we left shots out there that kept us from posting a real low score.

Today was not one of those days.

I chose the title of this post for two reasons: 1) I feel damned fortunate to have escaped from the clutches of Superstition Springs Golf Club with a 99, and 2) I’m ecstatic at the prospect of not having to tee it up there again for a very long time. In both ways, I have escaped the torture of the Springs and the special form of punishment it seems to reserve for The Great White Shank, no matter what game he brings to it.

I was actually feeling pretty damned good about my game going into today’s round. Per a suggestion from Alex Black during my last lesson I bit the bullet and tweaked the take-back on my driver in order to gain a more repeatable swing, and had had one of my best range sessions of the year yesterday. As a result, I think I had the best day ever driving the ball at the Springs. But the problem with the Springs is that it doesn’t care one way or the other: you can struggle off the tee and make good approach shots. You can hit the ball well off the tee and be just a hair off on your approach shots (as I was today). Or, you can hit the ball well off the tee and hit good approach shots and struggle with your short game, as I did on several holes today. It doesn’t matter: the Springs will find a way to penalize you to the umpteenth degree. In short (as you’re probably guessing by now), you have to have all cylinders firing on your game in order to post a low number at the Springs, and you can never relax, not for one shot, or you’ll be looking at double-bogey so fast it will make your head spin.

Today it seemed no matter what I did the Springs did everything it could to make breaking 100 excruciatingly hard. Every bounce – and I do mean every – seemed to go against me. A slightly pushed 5-iron off the tee at the par 3 #3 hit something and bounded far left, leaving an incredibly tricky pitch under a tree that I was lucky to just get back near the green. My approach with a pitching wedge on the next hole was a foot from being perfect; instead it bounced uphill into a pot bunker. Rather than having at worst a two-putt for bogey I ended up with a quad eight. Balls that typically bounced left would go right, and vice-versa. And not for anything good.

What held my game together today was my driver and my putter. The scorecard would show only six fairways hit, but by and large I was on target nearly all day. And between holes six and eleven I one-putted five of those holes. I’d like to have that pushed tee shot left on #14 that ended up in the pond, but it was the crappy 5-iron I had no business trying to get to the green that went OB that pretty much sealed my fate for the quad-bogey eight that resulted. As the back nine went on and the heat began to really cook both me and everything around me, I was grinding on every shot – even the two-footers I had left for bogeys and double-bogeys coming in. The Springs wasn’t giving anything away for free, and when I tapped in a two-footer for my double-bogey and a 99 their was no sense of joy or angst or anything: I was just numb, physically and emotionally drained, just glad to get the hell out of there.

With only eleven days to go before Goodboys Invitational weekend I’m not in a bad place. The Springs is just a damned tough course with no holes whatsoever that even begin to fit my eye. Had I played any other course, say, Trilogy at Power Ranch or Lone Tree or Stonecreek I really think my game today was good enough to hang something in the low 90s up there – my tee game was that good. But I know there’s still some work out there to do: I have to get more confident with my irons – Alex would be on me about not trusting my swing and fighting my weight shift. And I’ve got to figure out where the hell my 5-wood and my 3- and 4-hybrids went: I’d been hitting them so well recently and today they really hurt me on some holes. But these are minor things: as I say, Superstition Springs demands precision and accuracy on virtually every hole, and speaking only for me (others may feel differently) I can never relax when I play there. Disaster always seems to be around the corner, and the pressure to consistently make good shots doesn’t translate well to my swing.

It will be interesting to see how my game translates to New England golf and the pressure of a Goodboys Invitational weekend. My game seems quite different from the last time I teed anything up there, and I’m looking forward to the challenge. As for Arizona golf, I’m pretty much done for the year, but I’ve made great progress: I started the year as a 26-handicap and have take more than two strokes off it since. So I’m trending well heading back to New England and looking forward not just getting away from the heat, but Superstition Springs as well.

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July 4, 2016

Happy birthday, America! May Hillary Clinton never get to be your president.

…and a big Happy Anniversary to my Mom and Dad – Mom almost made it to what would have been their 63rd anniversary. But love never dies, and I will still keep sending anniversary cards to my dad as long as he lives.

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July 3, 2016

It’s the long July 4 weekend here in the Valley of Sun and the weather is about as one would expect it to be. The monsoon of last week has departed, leaving us with temps in high 100s, the pool temperature is back to 92, and life is good.

One of the quiet pleasures of the weekend is to have my morning coffee at the Tiki bar. The heat hasn’t come on yet, and it’s a joy to watch the ubiquitous house sparrows and the mourning doves and foo-foo birds (I’m not sure exactly what their name is but that’s what I call them) come by for a drink in the swimming pool fountain. I noticed this morning that the mesquite tree in our backyard has gotten so big that I can look up from the Tiki bar and see mesquite branches reaching over to create a near-canopy of green above me. Time to get Carmelo and the boys busy: you don’t want a monsoon storm or – gasp! – a microburst felling branches on top of the Tiki bar – not after all the hard work I put in last summer to replace its thatch roof.

My favorite time of day out on the back patio is dusk, when everything is kinda sorta all shades of gray and the heat of the day is starting to subside. I’m really pleased with the redesign of the backyard and reducing the amount of lawn that needed to be watered. The dichondra clover I’ve planted still has a way to go in spots, but all seems to be according to plan: by this time next year it will look as if the Tiki bar is floating in a Sargasso Sea of clover. Not only will it be pleasing to the eye, but walking on it will make you think you’re walking on a carpet of soft green. It will be lovely.

I’m really pleased with the way our back yard has turned out. We had a nice landscape to start with when we bought the house thirteen years ago, but if I do say myself, I’ve been able to turn it into quiet and peaceful place with happy colors and well-chosen desert foliage plants in virtually every color to make it a refuge from all the stresses and strains of daily life. Having lost Mom a couple of weeks ago, I’ve come to rely on the back patio as a place where I can I find some sense of tranquility and enjoy the results of all the work that we’ve done to create this little postage stamp of an oasis in the desert.

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July 2, 2016

If there was any doubt whatsoever that Hillary Clinton is truly concerned about the FBI investigation into her shabby and reckless (and perhaps criminal) use of a private e-mail system to conduct official State Department business while Secretary of State and using the State Department as a vehicle to shake down connections world-wide to contribute to her and Bill’s Clinton Foundation, one look no further than the scandal that has erupted over Bill Clinton’s off-the-cuff visit with Attorney General Loretta Lynch while there respective planes sat on the tarmac at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor airport this past Monday.

Originally, Lynch characterized the visit as purely social, and one where the two of them met solely to discuss the grand kids (!) and such – a comment that, rightly so, was viewed as an insult to the intelligence of every American over the age of five. And a comment that resulted in some serious damage control at a hastily-called press conference.

Very seldom, if ever, do I agree with Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post, but he is right on target here in noting that, not only does this stink to high heaven, but now, no matter what the FBI were to come up with in terms of findings and/or charges against the former First Lady and Secretary of State, the very presumptive presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, it will be widely viewed that the fix is in:

A big part of politics is appearances and perceptions. If something looks bad, people will likely conclude it is bad — even if there’s no actual evidence or proof of its relative badness. Politicians know this; it’s why they don’t wear funny hats or get in tanks (anymore).

And it’s why Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch should have known better when they huddled privately at the Phoenix airport earlier this week. Lynch is the nation’s top cop and, as such, oversees the FBI, which is conducting an investigation into whether Hillary Clinton or any of her associates broke the law in setting up a private email server for her electronic correspondence during her four years as secretary of state. Meeting privately with the former president of the United States who also happens to be Hillary Clinton’s husband looks really, really bad.

And, lest there be any doubt about how this meeting ended up taking place, Ken Kurson’s article in The Observer is beyond incredible in that in this day and age Bill Clinton’s actions should be so brazen:

According to the source, the FBI agents protecting Lynch “knew former POTUS was in town and another executive was coming and knew Lynch was coming so we knew there’d be congestion. We were waiting for her plane to touch down at the executive terminal area of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor where it’s best suited to control. Clinton’s plane was on the ground already. But he wasn’t there. We had been hoping to get him out before she arrived, just to avoid too much traffic. They [their planes] were 75 yards apart. We have a procedure we do to clear [space for] a motorcade. As we were ready to receive her, I saw the other motorcade coming in—we were like, ‘great timing.’ ”

The source was being sarcastic in saying “great timing,” indicating that it would have been better logistically for Clinton’s plane to take off before Lynch’s arrived, to avoid the congestion of two motorcades on the tarmac at once. The source indicated that Clinton’s people at the airport didn’t know what was taking Clinton’s motorcade so long to arrive and speculated that the delay was engineered specifically so that Clinton would not have left before Lynch arrived.

“Then I see Clinton walking over. His detail guys ran over to hers and said he’s coming. ‘He’s closing.’ He walked straight there to the Air Force guy at the door and next thing I know he’s going up the steps [of her plane].” Asked about the Air Force detail, the source later clarified to the Observer that “There was an Air Force airman at the base of the stairs of the [Lynch] aircraft, as you always see on TV with POTUS.”

According to the source, “Nobody knew this was coming. We just knew to be aware there were other events going on. There was no planned meeting. It was just chance contact. The fact is, he just started walking over. I don’t think it was pre-arranged. He just started walking over and [even her security] can’t tell him, ‘you can’t do that.’ He walked in her plane for at least 20 to 25 minutes and the FBI is standing face to face with the Secret Service and just chatting on the hot tarmac like, ‘what the hell.’ ”

You have to read the whole thing to believe it.

Given all the above one truly has to wonder whether Democrats are really going to be that willing to go the well with a candidate as unsympathetic as Hillary Clinton. Folks can say all you want about Republicans and Donald Trump as their presumptive nominee, but last I checked, Trump wasn’t the one asleep at the switch (both figuratively and practically) when Ambassador Christopher Stevens and four brave Americans were killed in Benghazi. And it wasn’t Donald Trump pushing that inane, nearly-immediately discredited narrative that the attacks there were spontaneous and all over a YouTube video. Last time I checked, Donald Trump wasn’t under a potentially criminal investigation by the FBI for recklessly – against the advice of her closest advisors – running a totally unsecured e-mail system for her State Department business. Last time I checked, Donald Trump’s closest associates weren’t pleading the Fifth repeatedly during interviews with the FBI. Last time I checked, it wasn’t Donald Trump’s wife ambushing the Attorney General on her plane while it sat at an airport.

I’ve said all along that I don’t believe Hillary Clinton will end up being the Democratic nominee. I still think it’s going to be a Joe Biden / Elizabeth Warren ticket come November. Hillary Clinton has more baggage than the cargo hold of a fully-booked Boeing 747. People don’t like her. People don’t trust her. People know she’s as phony as a four-dollar bill and someone who will say and do anything to become President. She’s entirely shameless and without virtue of any kind, someone without any shred of integrity; she’s a vile (I would include evil), self-serving, elitist politician who couldn’t even be elected the dog-catcher’s pooper-scooper if her last name wasn’t Clinton.

But, at least in my mind, that’s the basic difference between Republicans and Democrats: Republicans aren’t afraid to beat each other up over any question of character or impropriety whatsoever (one look at what happened to Herman Cain and Todd Akin in 2012 will tell you that), whereas Democrats appear to have no scruples whatsoever when it comes to supporting their candidates. They can cheat (William Jefferson), be completely unethical (Charlie Rangel), and it doesn’t matter: they’ll give you every reason in the world why they support the likes of Hillary Clinton.

I would respect any Democrat who had the guts to say that by her actions involving the use of her State Department e-mail and what happened at Benghazi that Hillary Clinton is completely unqualified to be President and should be forced to drop out for the good of the Party and the country. Joe Biden? Bernie Sanders? While I don’t agree with much either of them stand for politically, both are true statesmen and worthy of the Democratic Party nomination were it to be given them. Compared to Hillary Clinton they’re paragons of virtue. The fact that there are Democrats out there – and I’ve heard them and talked with them – who unabashedly continue to support Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, with all of her baggage and the scandals surrounding her, begs credibility; hence, I have zero respect for their political beliefs and will not humor them in political debate.

But I guess that’s why what Bob Hope so famously (and accurately) said about Democrats still holds true today.

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July 1, 2016

A bunch of my liberal Goodboys friends are positively aghast at Great Britain voting to exit the European Union, but it’s not hard to figure out, really. You’ve got all these snotty elitists in Brussels subjugating the sovereignty of EU nations to take in more and more poor and indigent Muslim refugees who will: a) overwhelm the social services infrastructures wherever they are sent, and b) take jobs away from those country’s legal citizenry. Oh, and did I mention the fact that they are pushing this knowing full well these refugees have little interest nor desire in integrating themselves into the culture of the countries they are being sent to? Britian is just the first country to wake up and realize this is a big lose-lose situation for everyone in the EU. Good for them.

But that’s what liberals are, both “across the pond” and here in America. They all think they know better than everyone else and have absolutely no shame in shoving their values and their perceived ideas of right and wrong down the throats of everyone else. I guarantee you that there isn’t one – and I truly mean this – one liberal out there willing to take in a family of Muslim refugees and house, feed, and clothe them. Far easier instead to show just how “compassionate” they are by supporting increased and unvetted Muslim immigration and leave it to governments at the federal, state, and local levels to act upon their so-called compassion.

Oh, and all the moaning, groaning, and hand-wringing about what the GB vote to leave the EU would mean to financial markets? err…never mind.

Come November, I truly believe Donald Trump will shut all of them up, and they’ll be positively shocked, shocked, I tell ya. Because they never saw it coming. Because they live in their own little insulated world where everything they hear and know comes from their own little smarmy, elitist circle of like-minded friends and acquaintances. Because all the news they get comes from the Boston Globe, the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, and NPR. Because they all think they know better than anyone else, they’re more compassionate than everyone else, and anyone who doesn’t think like them is a racist, sexist, homophobe, or xenophobe. Because to them the ideas of what diversity, tolerance, and acceptance are all about are on their terms.

I’ve come to despise the liberal elite and the mainstream media that serves as their mouthpiece to shame those who dare to think differently. They’re all nothing but a bunch of vile hypocrites.

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