Me & My Muse – Day 1292: President Donald Trump

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Whether you voted for him or not, it is official.  As of noon today, President-elect Donald J. Trump will be our 45th president of the United States.

And with this still being a free country, I’m entitled to my own opinion.  While the protests are going on in the background, I will be celebrating this historical event in our nation’s history.

For eight long horrible years, Obama has been in power. Before he took office, the nation was $9 trillion in debt.  To date, that figure is more than $20 trillion. Furthermore, we have the following figures:

  • The lowest labor participation since the 1970’s (95 million Americans out of the labor force)
  • Lowest home ownership rate in 51 years
  • The weakest recovery since the 1940’s
  • 11 million more Americans on food stamps
  • 43 million Americans living in poverty

It’s time to make American great again.  It’s high time to get our jobs back and drain that wretched swamp in Washington DC.  Trump has 100% of my support and am ready to see positive change in this country.

 

Muse:  Go Trump!  USA! USA! USA!

Aren’t you excited?

Muse: Definitely!  This country is a wreck, and it’s good to have a leader that is very passionate about restoring it.

I am looking forward to seeing how this will turn out.  The one problem that we have to get past is the Democrats.  If they’re not going to stand with us, they need to.  After all, Clinton told her voters to do this.

Muse:  Did they even hear her concession speech?  This country needs to unite.  Being divided like this isn’t going to solve any problems.  It’s only going to create more of them.

And if those protesters are so angry, maybe Trump can give them real jobs.  Jobs that pay more than what Soros is giving them.  And with less taxes too!

Muse:  I agree.  How would they behave if they were given a job?  Holding a picket sign and screaming in the streets hardly qualifies as one.

They could get jobs in social media and marketing.  Or anything else.  If they have a dream, they can pursue it.  The sky is the limit.

Muse:  Time to watch more coverage!  I’ll talk to you later!

 

I’m with you.  I have to see Obama leaving the White House and Trump getting sworn in at noon.

I will bring this to an end, since I would like to watch more of Trump’s Inauguration.

Today’s high is going to be 37 degrees and the silver lining is Donald Trump getting sworn in as president.

To those of you are witnessing this historic event, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.

 

Muse:  Obama just left the White House!  It’s about time!  Good riddance!

 

Wild Card Friday: Politics or Prevarications?

With my Platinum Trophy Finally obtained for Katamari Forever, all this free time has suddenly become available to me.

Since that time, I have been thinking about the fate of this web site.  Do I continue with the same “Politics as usual” or do I merely reduce this site as a den of solitude to record all my literary musings? As it is, my site attracts more spam than what the average Hawaiian could eat in a day.

No real bloggers, political and non political alike who visit here, traipsing around the political mire and ooze of our slowly decaying country.  For the record, I only have one real person who visits this blog on occasion.

Should I continue with the political route, I’m afraid it would be just a futile charade that would be updated on a semi-regular basis.  Don’t get me wrong.  I do care about politics, and what’s going on in this country.  I just don’t think my fascination is sufficient enough to reach “junkie” status.

I respect the experts that go out of their way to dig up this stuff for us to sort through.  It’s just that they get paid for it, and well….I don’t.

I hearby dub this blog the Blog of Literary Musings and Prevarications (meh….>_< I REALLY need to work on the title!).  I will talk about politics now and then, but just on a less frequent basis. Oh, and my last words to say about this topic?  A eulogy for our dear departed site.

Walker on Politics – January 27, 2009October 16, 2009

This has been a good experiment, while it lasted.   It’s now time to move on to my true passion: writing. In closing, I guess I can say the pen is mightier than the politician.

Wild Card Friday – Tokyo Game Show 2009 and the Light at the End of the Tunnel….

That’s right.  TGS 2009 is in full swing, and it just started yesterday.  It  offically opens to the public tomorrow, so I may be reporting on what I find out then. In another news, I am just getting over the flu, so this update is going to be a quickie. I’ll see you later for more TGS updates.  If not, have a nice weekend!

Wild Card Friday – The Wait is Finally Over!

What wait?  Katamari Forever! While this game was supposed to come out in 4 more days,  I was able to get it early.  That’s right.  Gamestop just got it in today, so I drove to the mall and got my reserved copy. With that copy, I got a Prince cellphone charm.

It’s supposed to light up when I get an incoming call, but I can’t seem to get it working.  I also heard that it can do this by tapping it against something.  Granted, the trinket is cheap but at least it comes free with the preorder.

I also got a red DualShock 3 controller, so that I could do all the challenges in the game for the Platinum trophy.  One of the challenges requires 2 player vs. mode, so that should come in handy for that. With that, I’ll be playing a lot of Katamari tonight. Let the Katamari celebration BEGIN!

Where the Frick is the Media?

On Saturday,  nearly one million people protested in Washington regarding the health care bill.  These people want their country back!  I want my country back!

But where was the media to cover it?  Okay, CBS did a little blip on the massive Tea Party.  That’s hardly adequate.  How could they ignore nearly one million protesters?  That’s one frickin’ million and they pretty much dismissed it as a footnote.  The Immaculation (Inauguration) was covered to death by the Left!  About 1.8 million showed up and they covered it for weeks!

Why would they ignore nearly one million protesters? I’ll tell you why.  It’s their agenda.  Washington is playing their same old games and they are not playing by the rules.  Well attention Washington!  America is speaking to you!

These people are all united with one common goal: they want their country back!  They are not being paid to do this.  These people love their country and are sick of being ignored. If an event like this goes nearly unreported,  then the majority of media can’t be trusted anymore.

What remains are the underground media like Fox News and talk radio.  Call it fringe media, or an institution of wackos.  That’s what the Propaganda wants you to think.  Stations like this scare them, and the Left will stop at nothing to try to oust their enemy. I guess the statement is true:  “Ignorance is bliss”.  On the other extreme,  overexposure can lead to insanity.  I stand in the middle, between the two so I’m not taken by surprise, nor driven off the deep end of lunacy.

Looking on the bright side,  this turnout in Washington is a sign that America is waking up.  The Left may tell you otherwise, but that’s their agenda.  Nutcases?  Extremist conservatives?  Far from it.  These are people like you and me that are fed up with the way their elected representatives are running the country, and I support them.