You, dear senators, have been busy trying to bring about the apocalypse, which doesn’t leave a lot of time for self-care. That’s why it’s imperative that these next four weeks be about one thing and one thing only: your self-care. Here are a few ideas to get you started
You, dear senators, have been busy trying to bring about the apocalypse, which doesn’t leave a lot of time for self-care.
Let’s break this down for Spicer.
It is the decent men who have failed us.
Media scrutiny of the former President and the Republican nominee’s cheating ways have become more contentious talking points than many of this year’s biggest issues.
By now, unless you are a true Luddite, you’ve heard about yet another vile thing that Donald Trump did. During this entire election process, he’s proven himself to be a narcissistic, bigoted, racist, misogynist. This isn’t shocking. I feel like my head is going to explode.
"Duke first won office three years ago when he was elected as a joke. But it turns out he’s so beloved by the townspeople that they have re-elected him twice now!" Image: www.wday.com
Hopeful readers, may I present to you, the three-time mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota: DUKE!
The Me of four years ago is shocked by this and doesn’t quite recognize the person she is staring at. Image: Thinkstock.
I may not be thrilled to vote for her, but I’ll be damned if I’m going to let the misogyny and toxic masculinity we fight so hard against control the campaign narrative of the first major woman presidential candidate.
Pigeon is the president America deserves, but not the one it needs right now. Image: Disney Publishing Worldwide.
Instead of waiting around for someone with questionable morals and a lukewarm personality to take over our country’s leadership, it seems more beneficial to apply our lofty presidential idealism to characters we can actually count on. I long to amend the ridiculous process of modern American democracy by nominating candidates who closely resemble the following characters within my family’s most beloved children’s books.
Settling for less than what you want or know you deserve sucks. However, in some cases, it’s absolutely necessary.
I wholeheartedly agree with Sanders’ supporters’ main talking point that it’s high time for the current political system and its lack of inclusiveness to be overturned.... On the other hand, since Clinton has so alienated a third of Sanders’ progressive base, it’s high time for her to rethink some things, too. Who knows, maybe challenging her to move to the left on certain issues could be even more productive than shaming the “Bernie or Bust” faction.