Our Stupid Leaders

Did you see Joe Biden’s latest tough-guy move. Here it is right here.

Our leaders just don’t get it.

What don’t they get?

The goal is to create friends – not enemies.

The very fact that we have to go after someone and kill him because he’s an enemy is an indictment of our leadership.

The United States creates enemies – not friends.

Furthermore, we took an individual out in another sovereign nation – not our own.

We just invited ourselves in and assumed that we could do what we wanted to do.

Hey, that’s what we do.

We’re Americans.

We own the fucking world.

Wait a minute now.

How would we feel if other countries came into our country and took out our leaders?

It’s not going to take too long before the enemies that our leaders have created do just that.

The United States has a bad habit of thinking it can go around the world and kick ass without retaliation.

That’s a mistake.

Unfortunately, it’s the people of the United States who are going to pay for the stupidity of its leaders.

Do you wanna know something?

When I was young in my 20s, I didn’t think this way.

I was a hawk.

I used to watch these Vietnam veterans who were against the Vietnam war, and I thought they were traitors.

I thought they were hurting America.

I was wrong.


Archer Crosley

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Impeachment? Cui Bono?

Impeachment is inevitable according to Elizabeth Drew veteran columnist for the New York Times.

Ms. Drew is as old as the hills, and she was a former director of the Council on Foreign Relations. Well, when you are as connected as she was with the “gentlemen” from Corporate America who now rule our country, her opinion must be considered seriously.

Of course, impeachment is not a conviction. Impeachment is a trial.

One must ask first, though, why the real rulers of America, that being Corporate America, would want their boy, Trump, thrown out of office.

He’s doing just fine by them.

Sure, he’s removed a few token troops from Syria in order to fire up his base, but has he made any real dent in America’s war machine? 

Has he fired John Bolton?


He continues to support Israel to the hilt. He continues to wage verbal warfare against Iran.

It sounds to me like he’s just getting going. It sounds to me like he’s getting the war machine ready for the next offensive.

As for James Mattis resigning, if James Mattis resigned it is only because Corporate America wanted him out of there. He wants a job on a boardroom someday, doesn’t he?  Well, if he does he better not anger Corporate America. They never forget.

No, I think Mattis was perhaps too reasonable for our corporate warmongers, too much the voice of peace, always a danger to the aspirations of corporate America.

Hey, remember those halcyon days when American leaders cared about peace in the world?

Ha, what a pack of wimps those guys were.

The stock market plunge? Why would  Corporate America give one rat’s ass about the stock market? They’ve been manipulating it for years, stealing money from the American people. They don’t care if the market goes down; that just gives them the opportunity to swoop in and buy stocks cheap.

The shutdown over the wall?  Corporate America couldn’t care less if a few Americans go without pay for the next month or two. That doesn’t affect them.  They rather prefer the fracas and discussion over the wall, a stupid idea if there ever was one.

Indeed, Corporate America loves the wall and the discussion there of. They do so because it distracts Americans from discussing the real cause of immigration from Central America, which is that Corporate America has raped the people of Central America and have been doing so for many, many decades.

Trump is a good thing for the corporate elite. Why would they want to get rid of him and have some wild and crazy guy like Mike Pence get in there?

Mike Pence might do something wise. Mike Pence might have a sensitivity to the American people and feel that war is not in their best interest. Mike Pence might feel the pain of people who’ve lost money in the stock market. He might see it as the casino that it is. Mike Pence might agree with Mr. Obrador in Mexico City who feels that investment in Central America and improving the lives of its inhabitants might prevent immigration into the United States.

Oh the horror, the horror.  What would become of the common market and the Amero?

It wouldn’t become, and that is the point.  The elites from Corporate America desire to build their new world, and they will have it.

At this point in time, Trump is an  integral instrument to achieve that.  And so, in this author’s opinion, Trump will be with us for quite some time.

Sure, there might be an impeachment process, but if Corporate America doesn’t want a conviction to take place, it won’t happen.

Corporate America controls the U.S. Senate. Their boys will do what they’re told to do, or they won’t get the money to get reelected.

That’s what I think of Trump’s impeachment.

Cui bono?



Big Mike’s Christmas Letter

Dear Big Mike,

In the spirit of  the holiday season and the brand of Jesus Christ you admire, I’d like to kick your ass and punch your head into nothingness; however, since such an event is unlikely, this epistle must suffice.

I hope this holiday season, as you are sitting down with your children in front of the Christmas tree , you will keep the cholera-ridden children of Yemen in your thoughts.

This would be fitting as you helped engender this epidemic by supporting the Saudi royal family.

As to why the Persian Gulf is necessary to the interests of the United States anymore given the massive production of oil and green energy that is currently taking place in the world is anyone’s guess. Perhaps you are addicted to war.

Certainly you are not addicted to dieting as your waistline attests.

Nevertheless, as you partake of hot chocolate and warm Christmas cookies, which will undoubtedly broaden your unhealthy waistline, I trust you will think of the 400,000 Syrians that died at the hands of you and the murderous regime you represent.

Let’s not forget the millions of Syrian refugees who live in tents. How would you like to live in a tent this Christmas, Big Mike?


I didn’t think so.

Well, how about if we say a prayer for those people in their time of need, something to buck them up.

I know a passage.  Let’s try Psalm 37. That’s one of my favorites.

I think about you when I read Psalm 37.

Here are a few excerpts.

The wicked plot against the righteous and gnash their teeth at them; but the Lord laughs at the wicked, for he knows their day is coming.

They’re talking about you, Big Mike.

Here’s another passage.

Turn from evil and do good; then you will dwell in the land forever.  For the Lord loves the just and will not forsake his faithful ones. Wrongdoers will be completely destroyed; the offspring of the wicked will perish.  The righteous will inherit the land and dwell in it forever.

I hope you will take the time to read this to your children this Christmas Eve, Big Mike, before you go out caroling.

Lastly, let us not forget our Savior, Jesus Christ, for whom we celebrate Christmas.

Jesus said: Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.

Hmm.  I’m confused, Big Mike.  Wasn’t Jesus talking about peace?

He must have been because according to Wikipedia, you told a church group that Christians needed to “know that Jesus Christ as our savior is truly the only solution for our world.”

Huh, I guess you forgot to tell your pal, Mama Gina, when she threw those guys in coffins in order to torture them.

Yep, she threw in some cockroaches to sweeten the pot.

Is it true that she stamped her feet and sung the Horst Wessel Lied?

Say, Mike, how you would like to spend time in a coffin this Christmas?

Well, let’s all hope that never happens.

That wouldn’t be very Christmasy.