Bump in pay
I see where MSNBC’s Mr. O’Donnell managed to tell us some fascinating fabrications about our president. And they’re making it look like, oh, he’s sorry, and he might be punished. If I know MSNBC, they’re gonna give the man a raise. That’s how these people operate, strictly on political grounds.
I know it’s school time again, we have to watch out for kids on the streets, on the sidewalks. But they need to help us a little. Come on, kids — wear something reflective so you can be seen in the dark. A couple weeks ago, it was before daylight, and here comes sort of a track team running north on Leonard, taking up the road, in the shoulder, and they’re hard to see at that time.
I’m watching the report from the inspector general’s office, concerning James Comey, the former FBI director. It doesn’t look good for him and his violation of the laws and oath he took in office. But if these facts are true, and no one is held accountable, whether it be him or Hillary Clinton or any of the others, then our country, our Constitution and our legal system are done.
Man in the mirror
I’d just like to say I’m a little disgusted with Mr. Biden. When he says white people are institutionally racist, I hope he is referring to himself. Because my family is not racist. We don’t care what color a person is; we care about what they’re like on the inside, not the outside. So I would suggest that Mr. Biden take a good look in the mirror when he talks about being a white man and being racist.
Unfortunately, lawsuits and suing have taken the place of the lottery. And everyone’s in on it, from our government officials to the man on the street, because they know they got a better chance of getting money suing someone than they do winning the lottery.
I was wondering, was it President Trump or President Obama who told Putin’s aide, “I’ll be able to deal with you better after the election?”