Saturday, September 28, 2019

Long Live the Emperor Joshua A. Norton I AND His Successor, Donald J.Trump!

6 comments:

Franco Aragosta said...

Much Madness is divinest Sense ––
To a discerning Eye ––
Much Sense ––- the starkest Madness ––
’Tis the Majority
In this, as all, prevail ––
Assent –– and you are sane ––
Demur –– you’re straightway dangerous ––
And handled with a Chain ––


~ Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

Franco Aragosta said...

"Insanity is the only sensible response to an insane world."

R.D. Laing

Not a genune quotatiin, but a reconstruction by a doubtless faulty memory. The gist, howeer, is presented correctly, I believe.

Franco Aragosta said...

I don't beileve, however, that President Trump is either quixotic or in any way mad.

I think he may very well be THE sanest person in all of Washington, DC.

Franco Aragosta said...

Our president is a model of Courage, Tenacity, tremendous Strength of Character, and far-seeing Vision.

I wish it were possible for him to serve a shot) term as our King invested with absolute power.

I'd love to see what he could accomplish in six years unchallenged, untrammeled, unhobbled, unrestricted.

Withit the childish, irrespnsbe power-mad machnatiins of the Left –– and the utter fools we call RINO's on the Right –– I'm fairly certain President Trump could right the nation, and set it on a highly desirable, salubrious, productive course.

Such power, however, should NEVER be given to ANYONE for more than a few short years, because –– as we've always been told –– "Power Corrupts, and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely."

Since our "elected represeantaives are worse than useless, return to a modified form of MONARCHY might very well be the best way to go –– for a short while at least.

}:^)>

(((Thought Criminal))) said...

Never attribute to malice that which can be explained by incompetence. Trump keeps catching controversy by word and deed because _________.

I'm guessing there's a small clinging residue of rationality within Trump that wishes he could go back to the 1980s and stop himself from snorting so much cocaine.

Franco Aragosta said...

How enervating 'tis to find
A human born without a mind!