On another topic, why are CNN talking heads allowed to talk about their religious beliefs (or lack thereof) on national television? I have never liked Chris Cuomo (and much less Don Lemon) to begin with. But it appears they're crossing some sort of line with their commentaries. Should this drivel be allowed on the air? I would assume people tune in to the news media to TRY and get some semblance of the news (as laughable as the notion is nowadays). I certainly don't go sifting through the riff raff of televised news to be greeted by the nauseating, condescending attitudes of these bozos.
I realize change is constant and all we can do is adapt to it as best we can. But had Rip Van Winkle just woken up in 2020 after his 20-year snooze... he'd probably rush to the nearest pharmacy and get himself enough sleeping pills for another 20 years. I've made clear on here that I'm neither Republican nor Democrat. I identify with some views of one... other views of the other. I intensely dislike Trump because regardless of what anyone says, he enjoys the Grand Canyon-sized chasm he has helped form in the American public... and he revels in it like a kid on Christmas morning. Divide and conquer. I think he's a boorish, obnoxious, hugely unlikable jackass with about as much leadership qualities as a palm tree. If the American public wanted a President from outside Washington politics to teach those politicians a lesson... they certainly did that. But they picked the worst person in the world to do it. Yet this is probably the worst election year on record. Trump's opponent is an increasingly senile old man with the fragility of a butterfly in a hurricane. The Democrats wasted four years... doing little but crying, fretting, and in DENIAL that Trump had actually been elected. Instead of going about the business of working on their own faults and failings which led to Trump being elected in the first place.