Okay, I have just about had it. That’s a phrase my mother used, probably often, and I did too as a mom and grandmother.
I am mad and I’m not taking it anymore. What can we do as citizens, men and women, to stop this parade of horrible, repulsive high office seeking individuals? Is it not bad enough we have the ultimate top dog of disgust as our president? Do we also have to install them in the highest court of our country?
I think what bothers me most is the degrading of women by these men. What a horrible example to our young boys and teens! You would think all of this behavior was acceptable. It certainly is not! But it must be or these people would not even be considered to run for any office!
I know for a fact there are plenty of good men out there, a huge majority, of course, so why choose these ne-er- do-wells for any office at all? Let them crawl back under their rocks and suffer the consequences of their behavior. Is it the “good old boy” syndrome, money, connections? What gets them anywhere near offices like these?
Trump saying, why didn’t these women come out earlier? Anyone, anyone? Bueller? The answer is obvious to anyone who is not a mysogynist. This movement of women is way overdue. The weaker sex is no longer accepting that title. If these perpetrators think they can still get away with disgusting behavior they have another think coming.
There has to be a change. Good people have to step up. It’s time to set a good example to our younger generation. It starts with parents of course, but look at the leadership examples we have now. How do we explain that to our children?
How are you explaining it to your children? Are you voting? Are you protesting? Here in Cheyenne there was a big protest group against a dog shelter supervisor for his treatment of a dog. Yes it was bad, but people, if you get off your couch for a dog, why can’t you get off your couch for your fellow man?
Okay, done, I think. I’m not promising I won’t be back. But hey, there’s always the handy delete button.