Mid-Week Musing’s

You expected help to be free: Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Patrisse Cullors demanded in a letter Saturday that Biden and Harris need to prioritize the BLM agenda. “Black Lives Matter invested heavily in this election … We want something for our vote.” TANSTAAFL.”*

Just wondering: According to some “news sources” there are literally hundreds of people signing affidavits stating they witness this voter fraud or that voter fraud. Other sources are saying these are not true, it didn’t happen. So will all those people, signing those sworn court documents, be charged with false statements or perjury? Just wondering.

Sad good-bye: Aloha to country great Doug Supernaw, 60, after battling cancer. His 90’s hit, “I Don’t Call Him Daddy” was nominated for “Song of the Year”. His voice and talent will be missed.

I listen, maybe too much: Overheard one of those “radio” pundits talking about the Hunter Biden connection, and it’s trail to the White House. Their comment; ”Seems like the people don’t give a shat.” I got news for you, the people DO give a shat, the people don’t haver a voice. You do, stop using it to criticize the wrong people.

Logan’s Run:  Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, one of ten advisory board members named to self-identified president-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force, is not a fan of seniors.  In his essay “Why I hope to Die at 75” he argues that “living too long … robs us of our creativity and ability to contribute to work, society, the world.”  Why wait until then. Why not 65? Hey, you can retire at 50, so let’s make it mandatory you die at 55. Oh hell, I’ve seen this movie. It did not turn out well.

*There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch.*

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