Tuesday, July 2, 2019

The utter absurdity of Trump's July Fourth bash


But consider what we are talking about here: The President of the United States is planning to give a speech that, knowing him, will almost certainly be political in nature.  And he is going to give it on the day in which we, as Americans, celebrate our independence.
The thing is: We already have a big celebration on the Fourth of July! In Washington! I've been. It's wonderful! The National Symphony Orchestra plays! There are fireworks!
Given that fact, it's not hard to see what Trump is doing here. He wanted a giant military parade in Washington on Veterans Day. That got postponeddue to cost concerns -- and concerns that rolling tanks and other military equipment through the streets of our nation's capital might actually not be the most, uh, American thing ever.


  1. “The utter absurdity of Trump's July Fourth bash”
    No I didn’t read this.
    See Long Shot movie Audience reviews Gerald Aranoff
    Wow, a pro-Trump movie from Hollywood! Very funny. I went with my wife to Tel-Aviv to see this movie. We loved it. We laughed at the jokes. Right at the beginning, the fake/comedian POTUS confesses to his Secretary of State he plans to give up the US presidency, so he could do something serious with his life, going to Hollywood. The more absurd the funnier. He repeatedly thanks his Secretary of State for being a good secretary. The implication is if the jokesters of the Democrats win, Heaven forbid, in 2020, the USA will get a POTUS as in the movie: a curse. Everyone should see this movie: those that love Trump and Netanyahu, as we do in Israel.

  2. “The utter absurdity of Trump's July Fourth bash”
    In truth the utter absurdity of the America Left, e.g. in Hollywood. See
    “According to the dispatch, “Dreyfuss told the Hollywood Reporter ahead of the release of his new movie, ‘Astronaut’, that Jews ‘sound very much like our own worst enemies in trying to protect Zionism and protect our own reputations. We really do need to explore what it means to be Jewish and not let it go away.’’ Global Anti-Semitism, he says, ought to be a secondary concern. He wants more compassion and less “oppression” of the Palestinian Arabs.”
    Back to the subject of forgery, where a person not a king and not a judge signs the signature of a king or a judge. “So she [Jezebel] wrote letters in Ahab’s name and sealed them with his seal, and sent the letters to the elders and the nobles who lived in the same town with Naboth.” (1 Kings 21:8).
    Hard to prove forgery. The easiest and best is if the forger admits to the forgery. Wow was Jezebel wicked. Elijah feared her: When Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done and how he had put all the prophets to the sword, Jezebel sent a messenger to Elijah, saying, Thus and more may the gods do if by this time tomorrow I have not made you like one of them. Frightened, he fled at once for his life. He came to Beer-sheba, which is in Judah, and left his servant there” (1 Kings 19:1-3).
    Yes I’m trying to prove forgery in SCOTUS 18-9390 and in NYS COA 649 7/15/2019.


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