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July 25, 2015

Top of the Mornin’!

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 12:33 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the sunny, gorgeous, perfect island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this amazing Cape morning here at the Hyannis/Hyannis Port Waterfront(s)–this 25th day of July, 2015–just returning from one of the many outdoor activities awaiting one if one were to venture to these historic shores, bringing one back in ‘time’ to a day when our so called leaders actually cared about principals over personalities and the almighty dollar:  biking.

One becomes one with the one, if you will…

I assume reporting the ‘news’ these days must be up there with the professions of dentistry and/or dog catching.  All three seem very, very depressing.  Take the coverage of my pal Donald, “please don’t quote me on that toots”, Trump;  the circus act never bringing much in the way of Joy, often lacking in moral, intellectual or spiritual substance, let alone humor.  Yes, the fantastical and magical mystery tour coverage coming from “down at the border’ recently.  Apparently, it was a dangerous and desperate place for ‘the Donald’ to fly his personal Boeing 767 into, much like going into Deng Yang ‘back in the day’ I should think…

Indeed, top marks for bravery.  Personally flying that bird into territory that must have evoked wicked PTSD flashbacks…  No?   Were there F-16 escorts?  If not, there darn well should have been!  Donald Trump is a national treasure and I pray to all of the “God’s” out there, that he run, especially as a third party candidate.  For there will be a SEA of BLUE come November 2016.  Please God, we are in need of some Love down here on the mean streets of this equally mean spirited, ‘free market’ gone wild country of ours.  A truly cold, greedy, rigged monetary-market system that may just  bankrupt “the whole ‘dang country.”

A little help: PLEASE?

Anyway, the point of this inane blog lies in this question: just how many reporters do you need to get all of that information in a staged news conference somewhere on some random and desolate border town in Texas?, I think?  A news conference to discuss what exactly?  A fair question considering the fact that not even the U.S. Border Patrol bothered showing up for, you know, the people who invited him in the first place to presumably endorse the man and take Trump for a spin around deserted places where a fence should have been erected?  50?  100?  And just how good an actor does one have to be to look at least somewhat interested in this mind numbing ‘news’ conference?  I’d give an Oscar to NBC News’ intrepid reporter Casey Hunt, who–no matter the subject or despicable politician being discussed or interviewed–always looks positively radiant, happy and fulfilled.  It is uncanny and just, well, in a word, amazing…

“Build the dang fence!” (credit: Arizona Senator and former POW John McCain)

Enjoy your Saturday everybody.


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