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Author: Raine    Date: 06/25/2018 13:13:35

I don't know about you, but I am having a really hard time with some people saying we should let those who are just following orders be left alone in public.


I am having a hard time being told that because I disagree with the WaPo editorial board then they must be the enemy; They are not.

If we make all credible journalist our Enemy, then we have given this administration what they want.

I refuse to accept that any of this is ok and I refuse to let fascist enablers to become normal.

That is where I am today. How about you?

and

Raine






 

30 comments (Latest Comment: 06/25/2018 20:22:31 by livingonli)
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Comment by wickedpam on 06/25/2018 13:21:57
Morning


I think so long as one is polite, as the Red Hen owner was, an American citizen has a right to confront any person working for any government that is holding kids hostage and trying to kill all of us.

As for the protest in the restaurant, I did get a bit of joy from it but then I worried about the other people in there, including the staff.

Now for the protest at Hildewhatevers home - hey, its a public street paid for with local tax dollars, so long as there isn't any violence, have at it.

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 13:26:13
Quote by wickedpam:
Morning


I think so long as one is polite, as the Red Hen owner was, an American citizen has a right to confront any person working for any government that is holding kids hostage and trying to kill all of us.

As for the protest in the restaurant, I did get a bit of joy from it but then I worried about the other people in there, including the staff.

Now for the protest at Hildewhatevers home - hey, its a public street paid for with local tax dollars, so long as there isn't any violence, have at it.
I must have missed that last one? What was that?

Did you see this over the weekend?






Comment by wickedpam on 06/25/2018 13:33:19
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
Morning


I think so long as one is polite, as the Red Hen owner was, an American citizen has a right to confront any person working for any government that is holding kids hostage and trying to kill all of us.

As for the protest in the restaurant, I did get a bit of joy from it but then I worried about the other people in there, including the staff.

Now for the protest at Hildewhatevers home - hey, its a public street paid for with local tax dollars, so long as there isn't any violence, have at it.
I must have missed that last one? What was that?

Did you see this over the weekend?







The last one was the protest of the HHS person at her home by you

I did see that one. It was non violent, didn't even hear any swearing. I was ok with it.

Comment by Scoopster on 06/25/2018 13:41:25
Mornin' all..

I've been viewing this whole thing not as a protest of their political beliefs, but of their malicious & rude behavior.

If they didn't want to be called out in public & ostracized from established business with reputations to uphold, then they need to learn that the citizens of this country aren't gonna put up with their shit. It ain't about politics.

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 13:50:09
Quote by Scoopster:
Mornin' all..

I've been viewing this whole thing not as a protest of their political beliefs, but of their malicious & rude behavior.

If they didn't want to be called out in public & ostracized from established business with reputations to uphold, then they need to learn that the citizens of this country aren't gonna put up with their shit. It ain't about politics.
And this too.


Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 14:02:14




Comment by Scoopster on 06/25/2018 14:19:14
Meanwhile on the other side, they're still flat out discriminating based on gender identity.





Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 14:24:02
Quote by Scoopster:
Meanwhile on the other side, they're still flat out discriminating based on gender identity.




I swear this world is going to hell in a handbasket.

Comment by Mondobubba on 06/25/2018 14:50:04
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
Morning


I think so long as one is polite, as the Red Hen owner was, an American citizen has a right to confront any person working for any government that is holding kids hostage and trying to kill all of us.

As for the protest in the restaurant, I did get a bit of joy from it but then I worried about the other people in there, including the staff.

Now for the protest at Hildewhatevers home - hey, its a public street paid for with local tax dollars, so long as there isn't any violence, have at it.
I must have missed that last one? What was that?

Did you see this over the weekend?






Couldn't happen to a nicer attorney general.


Comment by livingonli on 06/25/2018 14:54:07

The Fascists are winning despite the fact they are a (very loud) minority.

Comment by Scoopster on 06/25/2018 15:05:15
Oh yeah, how about the thing this morning where he pretty much came out & tweeted "hey, let's get rid of the rule of law!"?





Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 15:06:05
Quote by Mondobubba:
Quote by Raine:
Quote by wickedpam:
Morning


I think so long as one is polite, as the Red Hen owner was, an American citizen has a right to confront any person working for any government that is holding kids hostage and trying to kill all of us.

As for the protest in the restaurant, I did get a bit of joy from it but then I worried about the other people in there, including the staff.

Now for the protest at Hildewhatevers home - hey, its a public street paid for with local tax dollars, so long as there isn't any violence, have at it.
I must have missed that last one? What was that?

Did you see this over the weekend?






Couldn't happen to a nicer attorney general.

I think the thing that blew me away was that is was at the Mister Rogers documentary.

This is a bunch of people that are So comfortable with their malice that they just don't see what tehy are doing.

and that's what really bothers me.

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 15:06:50
Quote by Scoopster:
Oh yeah, how about the thing this morning where he pretty much came out & tweeted "hey, let's get rid of the rule of law!"?



yeah, screw the 14th amemndment.



Comment by TriSec on 06/25/2018 15:18:43
Morning, comrades.

TriSec's day off, so I've been puttering around the house this am.

But I'll be writing a wing-dinger of a blog for Saturday. I did something today that I haven't done since the Bush "administration"....so stay tuned for that.

The big news of the day is that young Javier started driving school this morning. (Angels and ministers of grace, defend us!)

I'm sure it's not too many days until I'll come home to find this in my parking spot.

https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/vehimg/31626/21018811-1L.jpg


Comment by wickedpam on 06/25/2018 15:27:12


The scene Monique was talking about. Wonder if just turning around and silently staring at them would work?

Comment by BobR on 06/25/2018 15:31:07
Quote by Raine:
Quote by Scoopster:
Meanwhile on the other side, they're still flat out discriminating based on gender identity.




I swear this world is going to hell in a handbasket.

This country anyway

Comment by Will in Chicago on 06/25/2018 15:42:40
Good morning bloggers!!! I hope that everyone is well.

I am hopeful that we will have people mobilized to vote this fall. It should be shocking that it rook imprisoned children as the first thing to get some of Trump's Congressional allies to disagree with him.



Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 16:09:57
Quote by wickedpam:


The scene Monique was talking about. Wonder if just turning around and silently staring at them would work?

Or that == all I know is that shunning is what needs to happen.

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 16:10:47
Quote by TriSec:
Morning, comrades.

TriSec's day off, so I've been puttering around the house this am.

But I'll be writing a wing-dinger of a blog for Saturday. I did something today that I haven't done since the Bush "administration"....so stay tuned for that.

The big news of the day is that young Javier started driving school this morning. (Angels and ministers of grace, defend us!)

I'm sure it's not too many days until I'll come home to find this in my parking spot.

https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/vehimg/31626/21018811-1L.jpg

Wow, JAvi is driving!

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 16:36:19
Comment by TriSec on 06/25/2018 16:41:15
Aaand listening to Purple Rain at "concert hall pitch" today has provoked a surprisingly strong reaction.



Comment by Scoopster on 06/25/2018 17:08:51
Comment by livingonli on 06/25/2018 17:13:00
Some people that I wish would choke. Maybe a massive case of food poisoning at Mar-A-Lago.

Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 17:29:11

OUCH!

Comment by Will in Chicago on 06/25/2018 17:33:14
Quote by Raine:

OUCH!



I hope that Senator McCaskill heals up soon. I am glad that she is still with us.

Comment by livingonli on 06/25/2018 19:28:14
Ali Veshi pointing out how unfriendly our policies are for families compared to other countries. Most European countries mandate paid vacations and our companies don't have to do that.

Comment by TriSec on 06/25/2018 19:28:54


He did it correctly, then. Says the first-aid guy.


Comment by Raine on 06/25/2018 19:30:04




Comment by livingonli on 06/25/2018 20:22:31
Did anyone hear about the passing of Dan Ingram?