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Letter: Trump flora analogy explained

Since we are so entrenched in identity politics, and because I was so angry at Lou when I read his comments in the GJ paper while staying in Hotchkiss I succumbed.

A buttercup is a bright orange flower that grows in large, tight bunches, in rich, well-watered soil. It is very toxic, yet there has been no medicinal qualities discerned.

I can see that Trump has been very good for the country. He embodies, and thus, has woke more people to, misogynists, serial molesters, pedophiles, bigots, racists, bald faced liars, gun fanatics, xenophobes, white supremacists, shallow, self-centered thinking, greed. And he has opened our eyes to the bold thievery of the Republican Party better than anyone else could have done. The man is a genius at kicking ant piles. I especially love the new genre of movie he inspires that I call “Trump Effect” movies like “Black Panther” and “A Wrinkle In Time” that teach us what the noble, human spirit looks like. I look forward to many more.

Become the change we want to see.” — M.Ghandi

John Hoffmann


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