Keith Olbermann, #56 …. “So, You Wanna Have a New Election? …. Careful what you wish for …. “!!


~~April 6, 2017~~ 


“It was no secret during the campaign that Drumpf was a narcissist and a demagogue who used fear and dishonesty to appeal to the worst in American voters. The Times called him unprepared and unsuited for the job he was seeking, and said his election would be a “catastrophe.”

~LA Times Editorial~


It’s been said plenty of times that a new election may be needed.

This doesn’t stem from being sore losers or ‘snowflakes’.

It stems from the fact that the ‘so-called president’ demonstrated total lack of qualities mandatory in any kind of leader during the presidential campaign.

In spite of some advocating to give him a chance, he has continued to show his inexperience and total lack of empathy iwth the people he was elected to serve.

There’s a ‘de-facto’ line of succession in our government if the elected president and vice president aren’t able to continue in their posts.

Believe you me, none of them are worthy to hold the highest office in the land.

Hence, be careful what we wish for!

The time to vote again should be in November 2018.



The 2018 United States elections will mostly be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. These midterm elections will take place in the middle of Republican President Drumpf’s term.

All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 34 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate will be contested. 39 state and territorial governorships and numerous other state and local elections will also be contested.



I feel this is important information about what is happening in the Republican Administration lead by Drumpf and what we need to be aware of.

Keith Olbermann series called “The Resistance” continues.

He has posted installment #56

The video speaks for itself.

If this resonates with you, good.

If they don’t, just scroll away to the next blog.

Thank you!




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Catch every episode of his new GQ show, The Resistance, and then come join the fight.


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~~So, You Wanna Have a New Election?~~

The Resistance with Keith Olbermann

~~Published on Apr 5, 2017~~

It would be wild and dangerous, but so are these times.



We ALL are ONE!! 


Trust …. how important is it?

~~May 13, 2014~~

One of the pillars of a relationship — whether it’s with family or friends — is trust.

Trusting relationships will encourage family and friends to spend more quality time with you. Building trust also fosters positive communication among family and friends. Whereas negative communication or no communication at all demonstrates mistrust. If you are new to a family or friendship or you are trying to repair a broken relationship, there are steps you can take to help them learn how to trust you.”


Step 1

Communicate your feelings genuinely with family members. Expressing your individuality helps your loved ones learn to trust who you are, according to a Utah State University program designed to strengthen family ties. If you are honest about how you feel in all situations, your loved ones can learn to trust your words whether they agree with what you say or not. Use tact when expressing yourself so that you can avoid any unnecessary hurt feelings.

Step 2

Use active listening skills when your family and friends talk to you. Knowing that you are truly listening helps build trust because active listening demonstrates that you care about their words. Active listening skills include making eye contact, refraining from interrupting and occasionally nodding your head. Use phrases such as “I understand” and reflect what they say when they make a point.

Step 3

Keep your promises. Following through with your promises demonstrates dependability, which fosters trust in relationships with family and friends. If you have to break a promise, make sure you have a reasonable explanation for doing so.

Step 4

Become altruistic. Families tend to have more positive relationships when members act altruistically, which is defined as performing actions for others with no regard to personal benefit. Helping your family or friends in an emergency situation is an example of altruism. When family and friends see you go out of your way for them, they can count on you to be there for them.




~Uploaded on Nov 23, 2010~

What have you learned in life?

Have you made mistakes and had learned from it and tried to move on or are you always on the same destructive path? You have control of your own life …. learn from your mistakes … no one can dictate to you what you can or cannot do … live life to the fullest and always smile and be happy ….

We ALL are ONE!!