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    May 29, 2018


    Jeanne Byington


    I, too, hope that there must be consequences but based on the history, as you list, short of a miracle, there's far too little of it.

    I keep thinking that not all Republican officeholders can be comfortable with the nasty banter and false accusations but only those who are resigning have had the nerve to speak up. I cannot imagine what conversations at home must be like when the senators and representatives sit down to dinner. What do they say to their children, siblings, parents, spouses and friends about their silence/approval?

    If I weren't so frightened at where all this will land, I'd almost feel sorry for a person who uses words like "truth" many times in a commencement address to Naval Academy grads, opening himself up to ridicule when it is the least likely word anyone could associate with him. I almost feel sorry for a man who tweets, on Memorial Day, what his administration has accomplished, shifting the focus from those who have given their lives for us to himself. His bone spurs or whatever kept him out of serving in the military may have affected other parts of his body as such chronic tone deafness and lack of empathy is a truly terrible disease.

    Maybe the Roseanne episode is a turning point and more public and private people will stop voting their pocketbooks in the short term and follow ABC's lead. Let's hope.

    Shari Reich

    via Facebook ...

    I agree with you.
    No consequences for horror show in the WH.
    What about the Republicans who sit silent and the ones the support the terrible things he says and tweets?
    Everyone needs to remember them all and send them NOW!
    Enough is enough!!!

    Jane Chaleff Gruber

    via Facebook ...

    Completely agree. The only tool we have is our vote. We need to make it count. Over a year later and I am still in shock that this man became president and gets away with everything.

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