Posted in News Sunday Meditation From Thailand Ed Heinzelman February 28, 2016 Something for the Sanders people and one for the Trump people” Share: Related Articles Mark Block facing federal campaign finance investigation? Will Guam capsize? Edwin Lyngar’s story: “I was poor, but a GOP die-hard: How I finally left the politics of shame” Fiscal Conservatives
3 thoughts on “Sunday Meditation From Thailand”
With Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s endorcement of Bernie Sanders, and getting a discussion in America of how it is important to have a president with the foresight when not to use military force, I think its a game changer. I had never heard of her before today, and I think that she will be a figure in national politics for years to come.
For The Donald, I think the Business Community wants stability, and in Billionaire Circles they have all had clashes with The Donald. I am sure the Wisconsin Manufacturers of Commerce Business Billionaire types nationally will stick with The Donald, but their are Billionaire’s that are a lot more successful than the ones in Wisconsin and understand the importance of a well off society and a stable government is part of it.
How about this Monday “dreamingly” meditation on MSNBC !!!
Melissa Harris Perry to her conservative boss: ” I am not a token mammy, or a little brown bobble head…” as she leaves her program.
MHP officially dismissed: http://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/story/melissa-harris-perry-released-from-msnbc/vp-BBq7PuG
I guess misogyny and racism exists even at MSNBC.
BIG MISTAKE Y’ALL!
Mika, get all the white girls to take a walk at MSNBC
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