Grass, gas and guns
Virtually everything in our economy requires the use of fossil fuels. So how are you going to manufacture electric cars without the massive amount of electricity needed? These stupid, ugly turbines and solar power aren’t dependable and aren’t strong enough to do that. Can you imagine if they take away our cars? That’s what they want to do. And our guns. We’ll be helpless. Please, think of all the different things that we have to have fossil fuels for. How are the big-tractor trailers supposed to transport food across the country? Oh, that’s right. We’re supposed to eat grass and lettuce and stuff like that.
Let me see if I got this right. Joe Biden actually admits to using the power of his office to threaten the president of the Ukraine if they don’t stop investigating his son, and President Donal Trump is the one that’s in trouble? It’s an amazing world we live in.
Same old song
Trump’s got a new one-sentence song he keeps singing on TV all the time. “The whistleblower ought to be revealed. The whistleblower ought to be revealed.” He just goes on and on. Aren’t people tired of Trump yet? Trump’s a liar.
The king of bankruptcy would be Donald Trump. Markets tripled under former President Barack Obama. Let’s not forget what he inherited from the Bush Administration. I just can’t believe there’s still people out there who think Trump is some kind of wizard.
Chance to play
We have three baseball, three basketball, three track, volleyball, football, golf, tennis, debating teams, etc. If we consolidate our schools, how many kids will get to play? This is a bad idea. Keep it the way it is. Not enough money? Then cut back on some salaries, not on our kids.
This deal about paying college students to play sports is tricky. The quarterback and pitchers would get more money. But without the other players to catch the ball, their ability to throw a ball wouldn’t matter. They should all get equal pay. It takes a whole team working together to excel at anything.
What’s the point of sending legislation to the president? To acknowledge that he isn’t a king, and that the Senate can always override a presidential veto — if they had any courage.