The Liar In the Room.

The LIAR in the room. That person who says all the lies that he can and expects us to accept what he says. He thinks that we are gullible and some are but most aren’t. You might be scratching your head and wondering who this person is. Let me give you a hint. Orange tan, hair piece, small hands, escalator oh and made fun of a disabled person. if you haven’t figured it out yet……..Donald J Trump is who I am speaking of. How do you know that he is lying, his lips are moving.

Birthright Citizenship!

He has claimed that the US is the only county that has Birthright Citizenship. No other country allows it…..ummmm sorry but he lied. Here is  a list of countries that allow Birthright Citizenship:

Rank Countries Who Offer Birthright Citizenship
1 Antigua and Barbuda
2 Argentina
3 Barbados
4 Belize
5 Bolivia
6 Brazil
7 Canada
8 Chile
9 Cuba
10 Dominica
11 Ecuador
12 El Salvador
13 Fiji
14 Grenada
15 Guatemala
16 Guyana
17 Honduras
18 Jamaica
19 Mexico
20 Nicaragua
21 Panama
22 Paraguay
23 Peru
24 Saint Kitts and Nevis
25 Saint Lucia
26 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
27 Trinidad and Tobago
28 United States
29 Uruguay
30 Venezuela

So you can see that not only did he lie he has no idea what he is talking about.

Most Popular President

He claims that he is the most popular President of all time… fact it is just the exact opposite.

2018 Quinnipiac poll

A Quinnipiac University poll taken March 3–5, 2018 asked 1,122 voters in the United States who they thought were the best and worst Presidents since World War II.[45]

Best President since World War II:

  1. Ronald Reagan (28%)
  2. Barack Obama (24%)
  3. John F. Kennedy (tie) (10%)
  4. Bill Clinton (tie) (10%)
  5. Donald Trump (7%)
  6. Dwight Eisenhower (4%)
  7. Harry Truman (tie) (3%)
  8. Jimmy Carter (tie) (3%)
  9. Lyndon B. Johnson (2%)
  10. George H.W. Bush (tie) (1%)
  11. Richard Nixon (tie) (1%)
  12. George W. Bush (tie) (1%)
  13. Gerald R. Ford (<1%)

Worst President since World War II:

  1. Donald Trump (41%)
  2. Barack Obama (21%)
  3. Richard Nixon (10%)
  4. Jimmy Carter (8%)
  5. George W. Bush (6%)
  6. Bill Clinton (4%)
  7. Lyndon B. Johnson (tie) (2%)
  8. Ronald Reagan (tie) (2%)
  9. Gerald R. Ford (1%)
  10. Harry S. Truman (tie) (<1%)
  11. Dwight Eisenhower (tie) (<1%)
  12. John F. Kennedy (tie) (<1%)
  13. George H.W. Bush (tie) (<1%)

Sorry Donald, you aren’t the most popular..but you are #1 as it’s worst President!


The Wall


He has said that the wall is built…it is not, not even close to being built. Part of it and well yeah, it won’t work.


The Iraq War

He says that he was against the Iraq war…he lied. He said on the Howard Stern show in Sept 11, 2002 when asked if he supported going to war in Iraq…

“Stern asked Trump directly if he supported going to war with Iraq, and Trump hesitantly responded, “Yeah, I guess so.”

Yup, he lied!


The Stock Market

Donald Trump says that the Stock Market was open the next day after 9/11. Ummm he was wrong…again!

“The stock exchange didn’t open again until Sept. 17, 2001. Even a week after the attacks, conditions were hardly normal.”
So like yeah…you were wrong Donald!
The Tax Cut
Sorry, but once again you are lying Donald. Your tax cut is not the biggest of all time….that honour goes to Ronald Regan! Not batting a thousand here Donald.
So like these are but a few of the lies and misnomers that Donald Trump has said. He pulls myths from a hat and spouts them as true. He is a liar. He is not a genius. He is a dumb ass that lied and feared his way to power and he is doing it again. He needs to be stopped. He makes fun of disabled people and calls out for his followers to beat people up. He acts and looks like a child when he doesn’t get his way. He is the worst President of all time!
So when you vote on Tuesday, vote for who you want…not who Donald wants. Don’t buy into his fear mongering! Vote your conscience. It will never lead you wrong!
“Keep Looking Up! For His Coming is Nigh!!”

The Long Road Home

I Just finished the National Geographic Docu-series based on the book “The Long Road Home” written by Martha Raddatz.

First thing I have to say is that it was wonderful. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. So much so that I will have to go read the book now. It brought back the fact that even though these were American soldiers and that battle took place, that it could have been any country in the same situation.

I am a Canadian living in the US and I want to say to those men that fought in that battle, that I thank you for your bravery and your gallantry. You fought a battle that was harrowing and vicious and through it all you showed compassion when the need was given.

To all the countries in the world that fight for the freedom that we so take for granted, Thank You! For my Canadian brothers that are doing the same, Thank You! You fight so  that we don’t have to. You fight so that we can enjoy the freedom that we have, and we as I said before, take for granted.

Martha, if I may call you that, thank you for writing this book. Till I had seen the series, I had not heard of the battle. I was moved to tears at times and cheering at other times. I saw men that were brave and vulnerable at the same time. The kept their heads for the most part and weren’t afraid to show the pain and the suffering that they went through. I applaud you and say again thank you.

To the 1st Cavalry Division, thank you also. Through it all, you took on the enemy, fought with courage and bravery. I have never been in the military. I was not “good enough” due to medical problems. I don’t know what you went through. I don’t think I could have done it. Thank you for your service.

Miss Raddatz, I don’t know how to get a hold of the service men that fought then. I am hoping that you will pass this on to them and offer them my thanks.

To the folks that are reading this, please Thank a Veteran. No matter what war they served and no matter what country. They all deserve our thanks and appreciation. I have two brothers that although they never saw battle, did serve in the military in Canada. My brother Robert “deseased” (Army) and Leyton (Airforce). So say thank you and shake their hand and if they will allow it, a hug.

“Keep Looking up. For His coming is nigh!”