Your Life Depends On It

I haven’t been a very good predictor of the future, but I want to try my hand at it one more time:

****** If Trump wins the election, he will be impeached and, this time, convicted before the Fourth of July celebration. The only way he can save himself is if he is pardoned (whether he attempts a self-pardon, or resigns and gets the new president [Pence] to do the dirty deed [ala Ford pardoning Nixon] it’s the only way I see it for him to save himself from a charge in federal court).

****** If Biden wins, he will serve less than three years of his term. He will resign for health reasons, or be forced out of office for health/cognitive reasons.

Folks, it all comes down to this: who do you want to see as president, Pence or Harris?

Furthermore, I think we all must prepare ourselves for the upcoming pressures that are going to be forced upon us because of the current mess our country, and to a greater extent the world, is in, fiscally, socially, and environmentally. Someone must pay for our selfish, self-centered, narrow-minded actions. If we’re not going to do it, then our children, grand-children, and future generations must.

Each of the candidates for president have said that they are the only one that can put this country back on track. Don’t they realize that they, and their generation, got us off track? I really don’t understand these politician’s way of thinking—tear the house down just to be able to say you’re the only one who can rebuild it. If it hadn’t been for the political actions of the current elected officials (and those that came before them), we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in right now. But, one of the bumbling idiots on the ballot is going to be our savior. Which one is it going to be?

Now, I’d like to address my previous predictions. A Nostradamus I am not. I realize my predictions have not been all that good. Take for instance this one:

I missed that one by a mile, didn’t I?

And this one? I never thought things would get this bad.

I guess I just wasn’t thinking. I had a suspicion that things would get out of hand, but not as bad as they are right now. I hope to hell Truman Gates is done with his “BAD” attitude, but I fear he is not.

I’d add to this list of lies I’ve heard, but I don’t think there’s room. And, who is going to believe me anyway? Not the 38% of the population who thinks this particular politician walks on water. Let me remind you that he’s only human, like all the other blood suckers in Washington, and the only time you can tell when he’s lying is when his lips are flapping.

Back in March I wrote this:

Was I wrong? I don’t think so. However, the people are no longer scared. They’re tired. Very, very tired. Of the pandemic, the lying, the political posturing (both sides of the aisle), and the upcoming election. We’d like the federal government to stop sniping at one another and actually do the job we sent them to Washington to do. We just want it all to be over and life to go back to the way it was. I hate to be the one to burst your bubble, though, but that is not going to happen. Life will never again be as we once knew it. I only hope it becomes better.

So, vote like your life depends on it. Because it does. I am.

Good night, Mrs. Jackson, wherever you are.