….and Barry

…as Paul what’s-his-name said, “Here’s the rest of the story.”

Relying on other than schooling in religion, as I can claim if asked, I think it can be agreed that a large and unfortunately representative number of Americans (read:’US citizens’) believe their hope is in the title name.

To correspond with the previous post category of Hell, the other place for the Barry-worshippers is Work for a Living. As for me, having earlier named a God other than any Pope’s God, I can still qualify for being able to choose other Gods than my announced God (even for the Pope, other gods were allowed but not before Him) so here’s my–what’s a good kind with which to label him?–economic? political? that second fits with Barry’s category better–political god:

Dr. Benjamin Carson

His tax plan: Flat tax of 10% (tho the Fair Tax is better!) “Everybody should tithe . . . . good times and bad.”

His health plan: ‘”When a person is born, give him(her) a birth certificate, and electronic medical record and a health savings account to which money can be contributed-pretax-from (birth) to (death) (which) you can pass on to family…and there’s nobody talking about death panels.”‘

And I heard him say ere he passed out of sight (on Fox News) “If I had a nickel for every time I’ve been told I should run for President I’d have enough money for the campaign!”

And I hope you noticed I didn’t soil the title of President?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About aslak122

writing novels, 7 so far; golf (again, with a titanium left shoulder) Jean, still really lovely a wife, cooks our(mostly my) noon meal, we forage separately for breakfast and evening snack. I rotate from cereal with extra raisins, banana slices, honey to 2 soft-boiled eggs (70 seconds boil over low gas) and a bagel (whole wheat). Oh, and with the cold cereal a precursor of yogurt--cherry or blueberry., and a cup or two of green tea, Lipton's if you please! And several ounces of red wine with the noon meal, opening with one of Jean's absolutely best salads. Takes a while to tell about good food, right?
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