Wednesday, February 17, 2016

We Are Well, and Truly, Screwed

I would be more inclined to vote for Donald Trump if he hadn't maligned John McCain for being a POW; didn't threaten a lawsuit every other day; didn't have such a vulgar mouth or call everyone that disagreed or disliked him a moron, idiot, or liar; or spoke as a conservative to issues that concern me: pro-life, traditional marriage, freedom of religion, and protection of the second amendment.  To me, he's more arrogant that BO, and that's saying something.

When it comes to the general election, both Clinton and Sanders are unsettling to me.  But so far, those are the only Democratic options and one of them will probably be on the ballot.  What is worse are the Republican options and the positions they are putting us in.  Unless all but one of Cruz, Rubio, Bush, Kasich, and Carson throw the towel in and unite their supporters, Donald Trump could quite possibly win the nomination.  I'd be as embarrassed to vote for Trump as those that voted for BO should be.  An even more disastrous scenario would be one of the others winning the Republican nomination and Trump running as an Independent.  If he didn't win the election, he will almost certainly be handing it to Clinton or Sanders.

A critical election that many don't seem to fathom.

Gracious, do I seem to have lost a trace of tact?  Maybe they took it with everything else they took out of my body.

Besides the cancer (which has been over 8 years now, hooray), I developed adenomiosis - none of that run of the mill endometriosis for me - so I had to have a total hysterectomy.  Then I developed fast growing cataracts - none of that normal. slow growing stuff for me - so I had lens replacements.  Let's see...torn rotator cuff, torn bicep, and arthritis in my shoulder that was repaired.  Most recently, I had a lipoma removed from the opposite breast.  My PCP said it was unusual to have a lipoma in the breast, so I politely informed him there is nothing normal about me.  Ah well.

KSA, MFS, and MFD are all doing well.  Maybe I'll come back and fill you in one of these days.

Take care of yourselves,