(ed:..you’d hafta feel a tad uncomfortable being an american about now..eh..?
your exceptionalism somewhat shaken to its’ roots..?
..after all..when the general consensus is that between trump and kim jong-ill – it is trump who is the most unstable – who is the most barking/table-leg chewing mad..
it is clear that america/ns has/have really fucked up – big-time..
so..not a good time to be an american..eh..?..
time to stow that exceptionalism and to eat some humble-pie..eh..?..
‘cos you have elected a fucken demented-fascist as yr president..eh..?..
..and that in itself is kind of ‘exceptional’ in its’ own right – but not in a good way…eh..?..)
Donald Trump hasn’t just tolerated this upsurge of fascist violence — he enabled and encouraged it.
Now he must go.
Now is an era of sadness and despair in America.
Not only have right-wing extremists and Nazis – mostly composed of deeply entitled and privileged young white men – marched openly in our streets – pushing well beyond free speech by committing acts of deadly violence and terror against counter-protesters –
– but it’s become abundantly clear that our chief executive — the president of the United States — is both an enabler and a sympathizer of their lost cause.