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Random Thoughts Tuesday

Sorry I didn’t get the Sunday funnies out, but I promise I’ll get them out next weekend. Can’t deny you guys for too long. As I was saying in my email last week I’ve been making quite a bit of progress on my second book. It’s almost finished. If you’d like to read chapter 1, let me know I’ll email to you.

So on to my thoughts. I have plenty of them. Is anyone else as sick as I am of listening to Democrats and their bullshit talking points? I’ll give them credit – they get on the same page and they by God do not leave it. The same shit comes out of every one of their mouths whether it’s true or not. The hot topic this week has been recession. Each and every Democrat is downplaying it. Won’t happen. Hot tip, in nine days we get second quarter GDP. If it is negative – we are already in recession. But they really don’t care, they actually want a recession. They need something they can save us from to try to get at least partly back in the game from the almost certain drubbing they are going to take in the mid-terms. In the meanwhile, everyone stay calm, the Democrats are here for you!

Where are we at in this country these days? Sky high inflation, obviously. You feel that every day at the gas pump and the grocery store. But that’s not nearly the problem that the woke left has become. For example, did you see this one? Oh yes, this man was denied the opportunity because he refused to answer the question: “Are you currently pregnant?” Yes… HE refused to answer. Complete idiocy.

There is however, some hope in this world. This year’s recipient of the Ray Willard Memorial Scholarship was Lincoln High’s Bailey Puckett, and the leadership of the fund received this in the mail a few days ago:

Pretty cool – good luck Bailey, we know you will make us all proud!

1 thought on “Random Thoughts Tuesday”

  1. Thomas “Pops” Petty

    Bailey provides hope in the midst of the mess we live in. A bloated housing market (2008?), a recession (I don’t care what they report the GDP to be, people lie!), a people so focused on “inclusiveness,” they fail to include the very people they need.

    Our nation is doomed. Washington D.C. is not the answer, it’s the problem. Regardless of political affiliations.

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