Ponder this…

Date: March 16, 2022 at 12:33:32 PM MST

Author unknown

If the current power grid can’t handle a night of 20 degrees temperatures without rolling blackouts, how are we going to plug 100 million electric cars up at night? 

Are there any countries that tax their citizens and send some of it to Americans? 

Imagine, if you will, a world where every tweet and meme must be fact checked, with one exception…. a ballot. 

How to stop drunk drivers from killing sober drivers? Ban sober drivers from driving. That’s exactly how gun control works. 

Can we still order black coffee? Are brownies being taken off the shelf? Is White Castle changing its name? I’m sure Cracker Barrel is in trouble. Can we still play Chinese checkers? Is that season still called Indian summer? No more Italian sausages? How far do you want to go with this foolishness? 

Hell of a job, Democrats! You’ve managed to re-create the 1918 pandemic, the 1929 depression, the 1968 race riots and the 1973 gas prices – all at the same time. WOW!

hat tip to Gail Rice

#Democrats #DeepState #WhiteHouse #Republicans #U.S.voters

“Envy was once considered to be one of the seven deadly sins before it became one of the most admired virtues under its new name, ‘social justice.’” —Thomas Sowell

One day a man named Truth and a man named Lie stood by a river just outside of town. They were twin brothers. Lie challenged Truth to a race, claiming he could swim across the river faster than Truth. Lie laid out the rules to the challenge stating that they both must remove all their clothes and at the count of 3, dive in to the freezing cold water swim to the other side and back. Lie counted to 3, but when Truth jumped in, Lie did not. As Truth swam across the river, Lie put on Truth’s clothes and walked back in to town dressed as Truth. He proudly paraded around town pretending to be Truth. Truth made it back to shore, but his clothes were gone and he was left naked with only Lie’s clothes to wear. Refusing to dress himself as Lie, Truth walked back to town naked. People stared and glared as naked Truth walked through town. He tried to explain what happened and that he was in fact Truth, but because he was naked and uncomfortable to look at, people mocked and shunned him; refusing to believe he was really Truth. The people in town chose to believe Lie because he was dressed appropriately and easier to look at. From that day until this, people have come to believe a well-dressed lie rather than believe a naked truth.

About budbromley

Bud is a retired life sciences executive. Bud's entrepreneurial leadership exceeded three decades. He was the senior business development, marketing and sales executive at four public corporations, each company a supplier of analytical and life sciences instrumentation, software, consumables and service. Prior to those positions, his 19 year career in Hewlett-Packard Company's Analytical Products Group included worldwide sales and marketing responsibility for Bioscience Products, Global Accounts and the International Olympic Committee, as well as international management assignments based in Japan and Latin America. Bud has visited and worked in more than 65 countries and lived and worked in 3 countries.
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3 Responses to Ponder this…

  1. Barbara McKenzie says:

    A lot of good points here. Can’t see a button, but I’ll share on facebook anyway.

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    • budbromley says:

      Thanks for sharing Barbara. Personally, I do not use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc due to their censoring, cancelling and editorial policies and biases. Aloha.

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      • Barbara McKenzie says:

        Glad you’re not excited. I have about 1000 friends on fakebook, and we don’t see any of each others stuff without consciously looking – timeline is filled up with sponsored posts.

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