The LuLac Edition #3396, January 5th, 2017
President Barack Obama was voted the most admired man in America in 2016. That news was released by the Gallup organization.
Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump 31 Dec 2016.
Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don't know what to do. Love!
Various media outlets and pundits say that I thought I was going to lose the election. Wrong, it all came together in the last week and.....I thought and felt I would win big, easily over the fabled 270 (306). When they cancelled fireworks, they knew, and so did I."
This man is by far singularly the most ungracious person on the planet.
Thank God he has Twitter because he certainly has no friends.
It was announced that former Presidents Clinton and Bush as well as former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will attend Tiffany's dad’s swearing in. This is going to be a true reflection of the class of Mrs. Clinton. Plus the restraint of Mr. Clinton and Mr. Bush.
Pulling into the driveway, I heard a caller from Wilkes Barre, I believe it was Jim who called Corbett the scariest thing on the radio. He at one point told the talk show host that he and others should give the new President Elect a chance. Here’s what I thought about that:
Why should I give this so called President a chance when he has embraced a leader of Russia?
Why should I give this guy a chance when he wants a Muslim registry? I work with Muslims of color and not of color. Does the caller want to put stars on them like the Germans did to the Jews in WWII?
Why should I give this guy a chance who mocked someone who was sick at a 911 event?
Why should I give this guy a chance when he has disavowed the intelligence community that he will be in charge of?
Why should I give this guy a chance when he has no historical appreciation for this office?
Why should I give this guy a chance when he has taken credit for things that pretty much fly in the face of credulity? Carrier jobs? Saved? Any alcohol addled county Commissioner can do that by pouring government money into having a company stay somewhere.
Why should I give this obstructionist sleazy party of cowards, perverts and classless thugs a chance when for the last 8 years they prevented any meaningful legislation from a Democratic President who happened to be black?
Immigration. Guns, Jobs. Health Care premiums. All of those things could have been solved but for the party of no and know nothing.
I will make it my mission to oppose this big man child who cannot control his own impulses.
I will make it my mission to call out his childish behavior as well as the corrupt and controlling Congress that validates his very existence.
As for the Trump supporters, one of the main issues I have with them is the use of their language.
Steve Corbett one of the scariest things on the radio?
The WILK callers don’t know scary. They don’t know scary if they ran into it. Corbett responded and then moved on after Jimmy said his nonsensical peace.
But here’s what is going to be scary.
January 20th, 2017. Noon. Washington, D.C.
January 20th, 2017. 8PM Moscow, Russia.
Vladimir Putin rubbing his hands together in anticipation. He has his fool at the helm.
No missiles. No nukes. No war games. No invasions.
And all he had to do was say nice things about him.
That’s scary Jimmy boy, that’s scary.
This Week on Sunday Magazine
Magic 93's Frankie in the Morning speaks with Kylee McGrane about her "Moment of Magic" project, where college students dress as Disney princesses to visit children in the hospital, and a fundraiser to benefit the project on Saturday Jan 21st at Rodano's in Wilkes Barre.
An encore of Brian Hughes' interview with Mary Bach from AARP about phone scams targeting senior citizens.
And Brian speaks with political analyst Christopher Kelly, who previews President elect Donald Trump's foreign policy.
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