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Post-election Musings

safetypin03-copyRandom thoughts about the monumental, glorious election of November 8, 2016:

Tremendous, YUGE actually, sense of relief about the results. No matter what a President Donald J. Trump does, he’s not Hillary Clinton. The “fundamental transformation of America” grinds to a halt–like a golem bashing itself mindlessly against a solid WALL of opposition.

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Mob Mentality

Scene from London riots by “youths”

© Miri WTPOTUS 2011

London burns.  Thank goodness it can’t happen here.  Or can it?

Disturbing riots in London are variously attributed to disaffected “youths”; to anger over the shooting of a gangbanger by a policeman; to “children” engaging in hooliganism because their parents are uninvolved; to hooded political dissenters, stirred up by unions and activist groups in protest of UK anti-austerity actions; or to “flash mobs” organized via social media by thugs who want only to take things they can’t afford to buy.

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