The Man Who Would Be King

King Donald“This whole mess gives me pause,” Michael said.

“Well, it makes me feel jittery,” Michele admitted.

“The whole damn system is broken, as far as I’m concerned,” Chris added.

“I know,” agreed Peter, “The president is acting like a goddam king, a despotic ruler who is out only to enrich himself and his family at the expense of the American people.”

“I wish Congress would do its job and move more briskly to impeach the man before it’s too late,” Michael said.

“Hear, hear,” the others chimed in, clinking their beer steins together in a toast to a better future.


Written for these daily prompts: The Daily Spur (pause), Word of the Day (jittery), Ragtag Daily Prompt (broken), Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (ruler), Daily Addictions (family), and Your Daily Word Prompt (brisk).

8 thoughts on “The Man Who Would Be King

  1. Marleen October 18, 2019 / 2:46 pm

    This video clip isn’t from today. But I had actually wanted to share it, today.

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      • Marleen October 18, 2019 / 3:08 pm

        The lunacy seems never-ending with these people, the Trump-allegiance.

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        • Marleen October 18, 2019 / 3:12 pm

          Hmmm. That’s the first time I’ve used a Facebook link. I don’t have a Facebook account, but I’ve been able to look at some Facebook content without one. However, when I click on that video here, outside of the place from which I got the link, there is a pop up query for me to allow cookies and so forth such that Facebook would collect content about me. If I choose not to allow, then the video won’t play. I imagine it plays for people who already use Facebook or who (even if they don’t already use Facebook in the sense of having an account) choose to “allow” — although I can’t say really from experience.

          I will say this: if you take that heading or summary (Fox News Fool Wants Trump To Be King) and use it for YouTube, the content is there as well.

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          • Fandango October 18, 2019 / 5:32 pm

            It played fine when I linked on it in your comment on my post. No pop-up about cookies.

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