Friday, March 31, 2017
Thursday, March 30, 2017
I’m a show queen and proud of it. One of my favorite shows was Miss Saigon, which is back on Broadway and features one of my favorite songs, and so here it is:
President _____’s approval rating slipped even lower this week in the Gallup daily tracking poll; now barely a third of the country thinks he not a giant douchebag, while the majority knows he’s a dick out of water.
Fish? No, dick is right.
|This past Monday my Dad’s dog Foxy died ... just a week after the tumor was discovered. She did go peacefully, and spent the last week sunning herself on the deck and watching life in Toledo, Oregon.|
Looks like North Carolina has just found out that Hate is expensive! Their Bathroom Bill is set to cost the state some $3.76 billion—with a b—in lost revenue.
I think the state should sue the GOP and all the haters to recoup their lost coins.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Jon Ossoff. You may not have heard of him before, but he may be the first real win in the Resistance.
Ossoff is a 30-year-old Democrat who is running for Congress as the "anti-_____" candidate in a special election for Georgia's 6th district. Ossoff wants to take the seat of former House representative Tom Price, who left to become _____’s new Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Now, the 6th district is a traditionally red district but just might become a test as to whether the Democrats can capitalize on anti-_____ sentiment."
In fact, and this I love, Ossoff's campaign pitch is:
Make Trump Furious.
And Joel Ossoff is running on protecting Medicaid and Medicare; he is fighting for Planned Parenthood; he is pushing a healthcare policy that sounds similar to the Affordable Care Act. And he may well have a good shot because, as I said, while the 6th district is red, _____ only won it by a margin of one percent over Hillary Clinton.
From Attn:, here are four things you might also want to know about Jon Ossoff:
1. He’s Fought Global Corruption and Sex Trafficking
Ossoff is the CEO of Insight TWI, which produces award-winning documentaries that shine a light on underreported issues in Africa and South America, including one project about women once-captured by ISIS returning to the battlefield to take them on.
Ossoff’s “team has taken down human traffickers, exposed dozens of corrupt officials around the world, and uncovered atrocities committed by ISIS in Iraq.”
2. He’s Been Compared to Han Solo, Sort Of
As a part of a $1.1 million media attack by a GOP super PAC, an ad was released that will run until the April 18 special election depicting Ossoff as an inexperienced, college kid that likes to dress up as Han Solo and have keg parties. The ad tried to undermine Ossoff’s years of experience as a senior national security staffer in Congress.
Surely the GOP must be a’scurred if they’re spending that kind of money on this one election.
3. Ossoff Has the Support of Civil Rights Icon John Lewis
Ossoff interned with Civil Rights Icon, and Democrat John Lewis, who represents Georgia’s 5th district, and he has earned the congressman’s endorsement:
“Jon is committed to progress and justice and he knows how to fight the good fight. We should unite behind Jon and send a clear message that Donald _____ doesn’t represent our values.”
4. Ossoff is currently winning in a race of 18 candidatesOssoff has polled as the front runner in the race as recently as this week, ahead of runner-up Republican Karen Handel who served as Georgia’s Secretary of State from 2007 to 2010, and the ten other Republicans running for the seat, four other Democrats, and two Independents.
Ossoff’s donation pitch to his supporters, “Make Trump Furious," seems to be helping him get millions of dollars in support.
And wouldn’t that be a great reason, all by itself, to vote for Jon Ossoff?