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Toodles!
Your best friends,
The Vicar Buffalo Tom, Gunther, Iggy & Willie Nelson

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Gunther Tootie, Sermonette, Vicar Buffalo Tom Peabody

Thursday Sermonette: Legacy

Don’t expect too much…

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21 thoughts on “Thursday Sermonette: Legacy

    • LOL! From the very beginning Gunther said we should wear masks like all the other Caped Crusaders… I thought full transparency was the way to go… but now that we are part of the resistance movement I think we need invisibility cloaks! πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    • Thanks for reblogging!
      Right now I’m listening to Weekend Edition on NPR… so far it’s been one Republican interview after another spouting their hateful bigoted crap and going completely unchallenged. Scott Simon of NPR’s weekend edition has got to be the world’s biggest weenie.

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      • Weenie interviewers from any program, whether on radio or TV, are incredibly annoying – sad that they can’t or won’t challenge bigoted hate-speech. We’re sliding towards the Fourth Reich, but I guess it was only a matter of time. After all, Japanese-Americans were placed in internment camps unfairly, while nazi murderers and war-criminals were welcomed to the USA with open arms, after getting brand-new identities in South America. Go figure!
        😐

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      • I have finally decided that most Republicans suffer from personality disorders in varying degrees of severity. My experience with Republicans that I know personally is starting to make more sense because I’ve noticed they have many personality traits in common with Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, Mike Pence and Paul Ryan… as a matter of fact many of them are carbon copies. The scariest trait that they possess is a lack of respect for boundaries end of belief that their ideas are the only ideas and everyone else is wrong. They also get “sideways” with just about everybody very quickly. very much in the same way that Donald Trump thinks that leadership is simply bossing people around. They remind me of petulant children. I think this weird conservative trend of electing conservative talk show hosts to government is part of that Republican style over substance attitude.(Minnesota just sent another really stupid talk show host to Congress.) This “Cult of Personality” mindset is probably one of the biggest dangers in the Republican Freak Show. like most control freaks, they don’t care what they do to you just so long as they control you. oh well, it’s just a theory.

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      • Your theory is pretty correct, from what I see! I was raised by Republicans, so I saw their psychotic hypocrisy and sociopathy up close and personal. Their motto always boils down to: “Do as I say – not as I do!”
        You nailed it right on the head with this:

        “like most control freaks, they don’t care what they do to you just so long as they control you.”

        That’s exactly right.

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      • This whole Republican “thing” is so absurd, in every way, that I can’t imagine they will be able to pull it off… how does someone who has spent their entire life living in the United States end up hating democracy as much as Republicans do? It has to be insanity; profound debilitating ignorance or both: Newt Gingrich has been gleefully bragging that over the next four years Republicans will roll back every civil rights advancement made since the 1950s because that’s what’s holding America back. If it’s possible, Republicans are Beyond absurd.

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