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Monday, October 15, 2018

Disney Politics

OK, so if Trump called Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas" because he didn't believe she had any Native American ancestry........


........and he used to claim Barrack Obama was born in Kenya.......


......and both claims have turned out to be utterly untrue, (link to Elizabeth Warren's DNA test) would that make Trump......


...........Pinocchio? After all he does come across as a puppet (Putin's) whose desire to be regarded as a "real boy" (i.e. taken seriously) is thwarted by his compulsive lying. Maybe if he keeps up this reckless mendacity, he should end up like the clock-boy in "Pinocchio"?



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    1. It's going pretty well. It's funny. Rosa used to tease me about not getting frequent O's......and now she's teasing me because I am getting them!

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  2. It would appear to me that rule applies to every one in politics. None of them know truth from friction.
    archedone

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    1. I am not sure if you were being very clever or if that was merely a typo......but whether intentional or not, that was hysterical! And I'd have to agree as well!

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  3. I know this is beside the point, but mention of "Disney" always riles me up. The company is practically a neo-fascist organization. Whet goes on below the streets and behind the facades of the "happiest place on earth" ain't that happy.

    Yes, I DO have my own opinions.

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    1. OMG! ME TOO! It's a running joke among family and friends that if you want to get me going just say "Disney is great!" and wait for the tirade.

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  4. There is a side of me that envies the clock-boy in Pinocchio. My backside! Doug

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    1. You need to find yourself a "spank-mama" then! It's never too late!

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  5. Of course, according to Stormy Daniels' account, 'Von Trump' did end up like the jelly-stealing 'clock boy' in "Pinocchio," at least playfully.

    Of course, it's too bad she didn't have a Lochgelly tawse in her hand at the time... --C.K.

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    1. Very true. I can't believe how perfect the Pinocchio moniker is and how no one is using it. What a waste!

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