Cough, Concussion, Coverup, Conspiracy

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We never want anyone to be sick, and of course sincerely wish everyone well.


But we are at a critical juncture for America and 330 million people here as well as those in the rest of the world looking to us for global leadership: 


First it was needing help up the stairs.


Then it was exhaustion


Then it was threats to reporters for saying she was low on energy


Then it was a conspiracy


Then it was a cough.


Then it was allergies


Then it was overheated and dehydration


Then it was fainting


Then it was a belatedly-announced (from Friday) pneumonia.


Then she’s “feeling great…and it’s a wonderful day in New York.”


Then it’s time to cancel her campaign trip to California


When the story keeps changing for doctoring Hillary, and the campaign avoids the emergency room and transparency…is there something for America to be concerned about when it comes to our Presidency.


Are desperate times calling for some to commit to desperate national lies?  😉


(Source Photo: Dannielle Blumenthal)

Mon…day

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This picture said it all this Monday morning.  

At this time of year, it’s pretty dark out in the morning, and many people may feel a little sluggish getting up after the weekend.But these people seemed literally passed out at this cafeteria. The one guy on the left is laying on his arms with his bag kind of free floating next to him, and the gal on the right is apparently face down on the table.It reminded me of this funny poster I used to see at the local candy store as a kid, where a toddler in his high chair was face down in a bowl of spaghetti. 

Even without the tomatoey pasta, this was not much better. 😉

Looking at them, I could practically feel their pain…yawwwwnn.

Hey, maybe we could all use a little more shut-eye and a little less on “The Walking Dead” episodes–but it was great again last night. 

(Source photo: Andy Blumenthal)