The media is still going berserk with hundreds if not thousands of articles every few hours on the Trump presidency and the world of politics.
As for the Liberals, they are still thrashing wildly about unable to accept the result of the election. There have been many pieces on how far Hillary is now ahead with the popular vote; there are petitions to give the Presidency to Hillary and there are many pieces on how voting machines might have been manipulated or hacked in many states.
I’m making this an LTMD as there is enough being written about Hillary’s shock loss and I’m not interested in adding to the conversation. I just want to let my descendants in the far future know some of my current thoughts. And my thoughts are this:
Most of us, including myself, only know politicians by the news and information we receive. From this information we form an opinion based on our own mindset, beliefs and what we’ve been taught through the course of our lives. So I don’t know Hillary, I only know ‘of her’ through the information I read.
In the New York Times this morning there is a wonderful article entitled “The Economist Tends Its Sophisticated Garden.” As a decade old subscriber I was very curious to see how my favorite magazine would be treated by the Times.
After treading the opening introduction of The Economist, I am extremely impatient to see how the Economist is going to respond. Being a British publication I am quite sure they will come up with a stinging, witty response to The Times. Or not, I have never been able to understand those British but I am voting for a STINGING, WITTY RESPONSE!
In the past week there as been a major Federal court decision which declared Proposition 8 unconstitutional. Proposition 8 was passed last year by a statewide vote which disallowed gay marriage in California.
In the past week I have seen many articles concerning the influence of politicians service (or non-service) in Vietnam. Most recently, Richard Blumenthal claimed he served when actually he did not. During the presidential election of 2004 there was a big issue about the “swift boat” soldiers and to be honest, I forget what the controversy was and really do not feel like looking it up.