The economic guru has concluded the Dude in the White House is mentally ill. I think he’s got that, like his economics, wrong. It’s a matter of time. Illness is generally temporary and subject to being, if not totally cured, ameliorated over time. What the Dude is exhibiting is a life-long cognitive disability that his inherited wealth and family support have masked. None of them are prepared to manage an organization that has to be functioning 24/7 every day of the year.
Medication won’t help and, if they try it, he’ll either crash or turn into a zombie.
Let me start by observing that the publication of this story on a Sunday in the Georgia Times Union is not going to get it much attention in the coastal communities the changes are designed to affect. Moreover, I can’t even provide a link because the electronic version of the TU isn’t timely and Terry Dickson’t report is not yet online.
“Revenge is a dish best served cold.” It seems that many a vote for the New York/New Jersey dude was an act of revenge — as if people said to themselves, “let’s give him what he asked for and see how he likes it.”
It’s deplorable, but the voters who pulled the lever or checked the box for Trump were not in a pleasant mood.
Talk about leaving someone twisting in the wind.
Why is this woman laughing? What do we call it when a person’s attention is out of order? Attention disorder?
Dear Friends of SLEAT:
When we drove by the Canal Crossing commercial site yesterday afternoon, I could not believe my eyes. A structure on the southeast corner of the development right next to the historic Brunswick/Altamaha Canal, where I had presumed the JWSC located their sewer lift station, according to the site plans, suddenly sprouted signs identifying it as a Sams Club facility and sporting numerous gasoline pumps.
Political prayers are a multi-purpose exercise. The spouse like to say politicians pray before they prey to excuse their subsequent behavior. However, at the recent swearing in of our new Glynn County Commission, the prelate they recruited for the occasion made what, to me, was a novel claim by thanking God for giving the Commission “authority” over us.
It wavers berween antagonism and adulation. In both instances, individuals define themselves by their relationship to someone else — a relationship which may be entirely imaginary. Which means the reality is likely to be totally unexpected.
How will the Dude cope? It is entirely possible that he won’t even notice. He’s so used to living in a gilded cage.