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Mr. Ected

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Trump told us EXACTLY how he plans to take over the presidency for another 4 years last night

Knowing full well that he can't and won't win this election fairly and squarely, he intends to take it to the Supreme Court and allow them to usurp the power of the people and deem the irregularities in the vote to have negated the election. He intends to be INSTALLED for a second term.

He was quite clear about this. With all the attention on his disruptive behavior and his call-out to the white supremacists, this seems to have been given short shrift. In the end, it may be the news byte we are doomed to see over and over again as the death knell of our democracy. We can only hope that there are sufficient means to stop him from what he has spent a lifetime doing: exploiting the shortcomings of our judicial branch to win by fiat what he couldn't accomplish legitimately.

You know who would have leveled with the American people AND not caused mass hysteria?

Barack effing Obama, that's who.

That's called leadership. You don't feed the people bald-faced lies in an effort to avoid panic. You tell them the truth, and then you tell them how you intend to lead the country back to safety and optimal health.

You know who else would level with the American people and not cause mass hysteria?

Joe effing Biden, that's who.

My God, the machinations these people have to go through to justify their utter dearth of humanity and leadership skills.

He's spent us deeply into debt, isn't religious at all and he hates the military

Who the hell is his mythical base, then?

Haters, Conspiracy Theorists, and the easily pandered to.

Anyone care to add to the list?

If you could bring back one discontinued cereal, what would it be?

Lately, I've had a craving for a cereal that I haven't eaten in probably 50 years:



I remember this was lightly sweetened and something I could shovel into my mouth so easily that a box would magically empty in one sitting. There's was also another cereal, more like a dessert, that was only on the market for a short while, and when it disappeared from the cereal aisle, it was a traumatic experience for a prepubescent kid:



As I got older, my father expanded his breakfast repertoire beyond Shredded Wheat and Cheerios to something sweeter; I co-opted his new choice as my own new favorite:




For me, many of my childhood memories revolve around the breakfast table and Saturday morning cartoons. I'm sure I wasn't alone. What cereals do you wish would return to the shelves?

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