NO! I imagine not. In order to subdue my current state of shock I turned to designing memes. I find that they ease the torture my current government is inflicting on all Americans. At least temporarily. The main compensation I get from creating memes is the relief I feel from the hateful rhetoric being broadcast from the White House and Congress. And oh what a relief it is: Enjoy!
When you realize you’re too stupid for any proper universities!
Later. . .He’s in the far right panel trying to run away, but he will never escape the hell he created on earth!
This isn’t mine but it is truly relevant here.
If you made it this far-first, thank you for hanging in there with me. Also, let me know which one is your favorite. More Anon!
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A Woman’s Place is Smack Dab in the Middle of a Revolution In all 50 states and 40 nations people marched in solidarity for, well everyone’s human rights and against the new POTUS. In …
A Woman’s Place is Smack Dab in the Middle of a Revolution
In all 50 states and 40 nations people marched in solidarity for, well everyone’s human rights and against the new POTUS.
In Boulder the line to get on a bus went around the block, and it was only 6:00 am. Full busses, with people standing, left every 15 minutes. Thank you Colorado RTD!
The Women’s March on Denver began at 9:00 am, (I’m in there somewhere!) 40,000 signed up on line, over 100,000 showed up.
The energy, enthusiasm, and common frustration was evident throughout the day:
And then there were signs I couldn’t photograph:
SUPER, CALLOW, FRAGILE EGO TRUMP IS QUITE ATROCIOUS
WE SHALL (NOT) OVER COMB
TOUPEE OR NOT TO EQUAL PAY
NOW YOU’VE MADE GRANDMA MAD
DON’T IMPLY THAT I DON’T HAVE EQUAL RIGHTS
The speakers spoke to everyone in the crowd encouraging them to stay strong. They spoke for five minutes each and didn’t spare any words. There was music and dancing, and lots of standing and singing and believing in what we can accomplish when we all work together. Thank you organizers, speakers and all who attended.
Women’s March on. . .Well Every State is now hosting a march on Jan. 21st, 2017!! Please Join Us! FIND YOUR’S AT: Know your rights in a peaceful protest: Why this day sucks? The U.S. is…
Source: Today Sucks, Tomorrow will Rock!
Women’s March on. . .Well Every State is now hosting a march on Jan. 21st, 2017!! Please Join Us!
FIND YOUR’S AT: https://www.aclu.org/feature/womens-march-state-state-guide
Know your rights in a peaceful protest:
Why this day sucks?
- The U.S. is swearing in a man who
- Abhors 51% of the population
- Appointed a white supremacist to the White House (Steve Bannon)
- Appointed Generals to his cabinet (can you say coop? “Civilian authority should control the military in order to preserve constitutional government” *)
- Thinks people can make money and become RICH by privatizing education (Did he even go to school?)
- Has a vocabulary of a fifth-grade boy (which is a real insult to fifth-grade boys) Sorry guys!
- Never read the United States Constitution (or even a book)
- Defies the U.S. Constitution over and over and over and over. . .again
- Is a heinous embarrassment not only in our country, but throughout the entire world
- The only election in our country that does not adhere to the popular vote is the office of President of the United States. (Say What?)
- No other democracy in the world ignores the popular vote, except the U.S.A.
(“How do other countries elect presidents without an electoral college? Pretty easily.” Washington Post David Weigel, December 20, 2016
- The millennium is only 17 years old and already two, TWO, repugnant white men, who defied the popular vote, were sworn in fraudulently. (Gee, I wish my daddy had nominated the Supreme Court so that I could be president!)
- My vote doesn’t count, contrary to what my civics teacher told me and what I told my civics classes. (And I thought I was a good teacher-Shit!)
- He nominated a racist (Jeff Sessions) to be our country’s main law enforcer (who will never, ever, question white police who shoot unarmed black men, or their police departments. He needs to read the AG’s report on Ferguson, Chicago, Baltimore, and on and on and on. . .oh, but wait, he doesn’t read either)
This list could be a dissertation on the incoming president’s incompetence, his idioms, his ignorance, and on and on and on-But I’ll stop here and get on with tomorrow!!
Why does tomorrow rock?
- Women and men are gathering all over America demonstrating solidarity for everyone’s Human Rights, not only in America, but also around the world.
- We will march to support factions of our population who seek:
- People of Color
- LGBTQ community
- The middle-class
- The poor
- Especially those who fight daily for survival:
- Gender identity
- Ethnic heritage
- Religious beliefs
- Sexual orientation
- We are marching to uphold everyone’s constitutional rights:
- personal freedom
- political freedom
- economic freedom
- PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
- COMMON GOOD
- political equality
- legal equality
- social equality
- economic equality
- POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY
- And to uphold our CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES
- RULE OF LAW
- SEPARATION OF POWERS
- REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT
- CHECKS AND BALANCES
- INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
- FREEDOM OF RELIGION
- CIVILIAN CONTROL OF THE MILITARY
*Source: CIVITAS: A Framework for Civic Education, a collaborative project of the Center for Civic Education and the Council for the Advancement of Citizenship, National Council for the Social Studies Bulletin No. 86, 1991. You can obtain a copy of “Civitas” by calling 1-800-350-4223
January 21, 2017, or. . . Women’s March on Denver 9 am – 3 pm Denver’s Civic Center Park -Marching in Solidarity for Human Rights…Sponsored by Women, For Everyone! O…
January 21, 2017, or. . .
Women’s March on Denver
9 am – 3 pm
Denver’s Civic Center Park –Marching in Solidarity for Human Rights…Sponsored by Women, For Everyone!
On Saturday people will blanket the Washington Mall, downtown Denver, and many other venues throughout the U.S. to demonstrate our commitment and unity to protect the human rights of all Americans from the fierce agenda put forth by the incoming administration.
Women and People of Color have the most to lose with this administration and we must stand strong and be heard throughout its -hopefully- short lived reign. Our message will be broadcast around the world for all to witness our long-standing commitment. We must be heard. I hope everyone has made plans to join a march.
For those of us in Colorado there will be speakers and music that embody our commitment. I encourage everyone to join us for this crucial moment in modern history. We must not let our voices be silenced.
I’ll be there with my sign and my friends to show our support. Please stop by and introduce yourself and if possible sign up to form a committee that will act against legislation that creates a discord in our human rights objectives.
These objectives are detailed in the Women’s March on Denver’s Mission Statement:
On January 21, 2017 we will stand together to tell the nation and the administration-elect that:
1) All women shall maintain the freedom and lawful protection to choose what is best for them as it concerns their biological and reproductive health.
2) The Diverse and vibrant communities of the United States of America shall be protected from political factions that would seek to inhibit their expression and existence by implementing legal restrictions on personal freedoms. These diverse and vibrant
communities are the fabric of our great country and shall not be torn by hateful, divisive, and racist rhetoric or actions.
3) All people, regardless of gender, gender identification, ethnicity, racial heritage, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation and/or socioeconomic status shall be treated equally and equitably, with respect, dignity and justice for all.
1) Advocate for and defend the most marginalized members of our society.
2) Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations within local Colorado communities.
3) Serve as a model of peaceful demonstration for the young women and men, and girls and boys, who will be the leaders of tomorrow.
4) Honor the women and men who have come before us and fought for human and women’s rights.