Jimmy Kimmel's Plan to Save Us from Trump

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Jimmy Kimmel's Plan to Save Us from Trump

Post by t w on Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:54 pm


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Re: Jimmy Kimmel's Plan to Save Us from Trump

Post by Idéfix on Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:53 pm

Kimmel knows exactly what's up. Excellent message for trumptards:

You were unhappy with the way things were going, you wanted someone to come in and shake things up, you didn’t want business as usual, nothing ever seems to get done, it’s always the same, these candidates make a lot of promises that go nowhere, it happens over and over again, and you’re sick of it. And so this guy shows up, riding down a golden escalator. He’s not part of the political establishment. In fact, he’s the opposite of that. He’s a billionaire—maybehe’s written books, he’s not politically correct—he’s not even correct, usually—he talks tough, he wants to drain the swamp, sometimes he can be funny, he rips into his opponents in a way politicians never do, have never done before, and you thought, “You know what? This guy’s different, and that’s what I want: different. Let’s roll the dice, let’s get him in there, have him run the country like a business, cut the dead weight, toughen everyone up. Let’s shake the Etch-A-Sketch hard and start over... 

But you’ve been trying to ignore it, because you don’t want to admit to these smug, annoying liberals that they were right. That’s the last thing you want to do. But the truth is, deep down inside, you know you made a mistake. You know you picked the wrong guy. And it isn’t getting better, it’s getting worse. So you can do one of two things. You can dig in like Chris Christie at a Hometown Buffet, or you can treat the situation like you’d put Star Wars wallpaper up in the kitchen. “All right, I got caught up, I was excited, I made a mistake. And now it needs to go.”  Well, now he does need to go. So it’s time for you, especially you who voted for him, to tell him to go.

It is hard to take personal responsibility for your own wrong decisions. But it builds character when you do. The Republicans like to call themselves the party of personal responsibility. So far, I am disappointed in their ability to take personal responsibility for their own decisions. They are still focused on sticking it to the liberals whom they hate, while their Dear Leader destroys the republic. 
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