At 1:29 today, I registered as a Republican – again! On the way to the gov-site, I came upon a article about IMPEACHING our Republican President. I am all for this, but, this will not be my priority. Watch this space!
From now on I will go by the name on my birth certificate and voter registration.
JOHN GREGORY PRESCO
The first thing I am going to do when sworn in, is challenge Steve Bannon to a wrestling match, that is, if he is still alive. I heard he’s got ingrown warthog size hairs growing up his – you know where – that might pierce his heart causing him to bleed out of you know what.
I am considering drafting a State Civil Rights Bill that will include all races, and define all people’s major concerns;
I would like to see all States appointing members of the State Department, as well as the Intelligence Community.
A group of Democrats on Wednesday announced that they would be filing multiple articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, marking the most significant push to remove the president from office. The move was led by Representative Steve Cohen of Tennessee, who first declared his intention to initiate the impeachment process following Trump’s controversial “both sides” remarks in response to deadly violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Cohen is joined in his efforts by five colleagues, including fellow Judiciary Committee Democrat Luis Gutiérrez of Illinois, who announced his decision to join the push two weeks ago. Also at the press conference were Representatives Adriano Espaillat of New York and Al Green of Texas. The latter is one of the president’s loudest critics, and he has previously filed his own articles of impeachment.
Five articles of impeachment will be introduced, alleging obstruction of justice, violations of both the foreign and domestic emoluments clause, undermining the federal judiciary and undermining the freedom of the press.
Cohen called upon the Judiciary Committee to begin hearings, but accepts that is unlikely to happen in a Republican-controlled House. The Judiciary Committee, Cohen claimed, is operating like a “branch of the administration.”
I have shared these personal stories with you to make a point. When family or friends are there to care for senior family members—as is the case about 80% of the time—the final years can truly be golden. I remember my mother saying at age 88 that these were the happiest years she could remember. My two sisters and I were always there for her. She once laughed and said that all she had to do was snap her fingers and we would come “a-runnin.” But, when a senior citizen does not have a support system of family and friends, society—which means community and not just government programs—has the opportunity to provide more than a roof, a bed, Medicaid, and Medicare. We can help give many of our senior citizens the dignity, the honor, and the opportunity to live out their final phase of life in the comfort and familiar surroundings of their own homes.