daily life now……

sorry I haven’t been blogging so much lately.

I have been busy though, and amazingly have yet to be arrested.

I actually DO expect the dudes in black with those tiny ties and big sunglasses to show up on my front porch….but I digress.

Photo: UPI

I have been :

  1. tweeting the orange baboon daily..responding to his each and every tweet and reminding him what a complete ass he is.
  2. tweeting, writing letters and calling (yes, I charged my phone!) each senator and congressman on a daily basis..expounding upon what morons they are for following the baboon’s policies.
  3. visiting the idiot’s offices here when they are in town..again reminding them who they work for, reminding them I have a voter card and know how to use it, asking questions that make them angry and defensive, and stating exactly what I expect them to do.
  4. Distributing voter registration packets to the home bound, the disenfranchised, the homeless and the recovering…….and offering them rides to vote should they need it.
  5. tweeting, calling, writing letters to companies that spend money on our idiot congressmen and senators, telling them exactly why I will no longer be making purchases..unless and until they stop supporting morons.

And, I have to admit…feeling as if I am doing Nothing……..nothing at all worthwhile as more and more people are thrown into jail for misdemeanors and having their children thrown into concentration camps.

This morning I started tweeting, emailing and calling Ivanka, Melania and every living First Lady requesting they get involved to stop this horror our baboon calls ‘following the law”.

And I still feel as if there must be something more I can do…if I only knew what it was.

25 thoughts on “daily life now……

  1. You’re doing more than most. Kudos.

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  2. Suze, I admire your DOING. You are an “activist”. But you seem to be wearing yourself to a frazzle. Will the ones who need to listen change their ways? Probably not. They simply need to be gone and that will happen in November. So maybe, there is comfort in knowing that.

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    1. i take comfort in knowing that I am helping, even a tiny bit, to make Oklahoma BLUE this November…if I frazzle because of it..well then, I have had a wonderful life and others need to be able to have the same. No regrets.

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      1. Suze, I’m not raining on your parade. I love you for who you are. Wish I had the same stamina. I guess maybe I’m envious. Love ya.

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      2. no worries. i get energy from battling ….assholes. sorry, no other word actually is as excellent a descriptor of those whom I fight. lol

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      3. Hmmmm, asshole is good. I could share other words with you if you run out of words to use. LOL

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      4. i was TRYING to be as polite as I could be…..didn’t work well though!

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      5. Suze, like Gabby sez, “Being polite ain’t all it’s cracked up to be. NosireeBob. “

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  3. I do hope America finds peace and the president finds humanity

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    1. and if he doesn’t let us all hope and pray that the investigation has enough evidence to bury him under the prison for the next ten thousand years………..

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      1. If the Democrats were serious about getting rid of Trump, they would investigate him for violating the Emoluments Clause. Even if Russia did interfere in our elections, they are not the only country that did, and the indictments of Trump associates do nothing to prove that he colluded with Russia. (He would if he could, though.) Regardless, many of his glaring violations as president directly spit in the face of the Emoluments clause and he needs to be investigated along those lines.

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      2. i am quite sure that Mr Mueller has already done so. He’s one smart cookie.

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      3. Mueller is looking at Trump’s finances, among other things. The finance angle makes the most sense to me.

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  4. Keep it up. And do not stop even if he backtracks on this issue or weasels out. His supporters need to get the message that this kind of populism is toxic.

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  5. Wow amazing ! Keep it up Suze

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  6. You are doing fine, keep up the good work… 🙂

    “When one suddenly finds oneself in the swamp up to their armpits in alligators, it is difficult to remember the objective was to drain the swamp”..

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    1. ya know..alligators have very sensitive noses..so it is a good thing I own a baseball bat with which to smack them! lol

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      1. From the looks of the political “swamp”, you might wish to keep that bat handy…. 🙂

        “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

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  7. You are an activist and many people can follow your example. We need to open a dialogue with our lawmakers, although many are listening to their donors, but there are some who will respond to pressure.

    Unfortunately, we just saw another assemblyman in California kill a really good bill that residents wanted. This time, the bill was to reestablish net neutrality in the state. Before, an assemblyman killed a single-payer bill. Both assemblymen are up for re-election this year, so they need to be voted out.

    Ultimately, we need to find ways to protest outside of the electoral process, too, although we should do our best to vote out corrupt and ineffectual leaders and lawmakers. Boycotts are a good idea, but it may be hard to boycott companies that have monopolies in certain areas.

    Right now, I think one of the most effective ways to get to lawmakers is through a labor movement. As I recall, there was a teachers’ strike in your state, albeit a short one. It was part of a rash of teachers’ strikes in “red” states. There might be other labor problems in OK and there are many in “right to work” states.

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    1. there was indeed a teacher’s strike. it worked too. We (indivisible members) are getting a few more groups together to bring about needed changes.

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  8. Looks like you got somewhere. The orange baboon seems to be afraid of collective WOman power you got going 😚

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  9. i dont envy you the USA has gone to shit with the orange baboon in power! your doing a lot though hoping something works out and he gets thrown out of office!

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