Ironies that Fool, Deceive, and Humor

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"Mother and Child" 11 x 14 brush drawing

Ironies that Fool, Deceive, and Humor:

  • People who constantly remind others of their honesty usually aren’t!

Case in point: I had a Real Estate Agent who had the habit of repeating the end of each sentence. She wanted me to trust her advice and opinion and told me how thorough and wonderful she was. She concluded by saying “I’m so honest, I stink, I stink, I stink.” Hey, I believed her! I found a new Realtor.

  • Those who use high-sounding rhetoric to make promises they cannot keep are usually full of baloney!

Take the current winner of 10 Pinocchio’s according to the Washington Post: our current President Obama. He has promised what he has not delivered, and continues to use the same rhetoric to declare his promises were true. Results matter! Words cannot distort the facts! Trust must be earned not given.

  • Most Hollywood elites want gun control yet they are the first to promote gun violence in theater.

Money at the box office and in their pockets seems to make up for the lack of integrity and Constitutional smarts these buffoons display.

  • The very people who espouse a one-size-fits-all doctrine for others are the same ones who tailor their own wants and needs in specifics.

Our legislators, our government has one set of policies and rules for us and another for themselves. They have their own tailor-made health care plan, refusing to sign up for Obama Care.

When they retire from governing, most have accrued sizable bank accounts and a guaranteed retirement income equal to or better than their current salaries courtesy of the American tax payer.

  • A code of ethics works only when people are honest. The dishonest will always find a way or ways to bypass, ignore, or corrupt the system.

  • People spend exorbitant amounts of money on their pets and rescue animals, yet they cannot find room in their hearts for one more baby.

Human infants are at risk. They are currently an “endangered species.” We are fast failing to replace ourselves in numbers. Who will take care of the next generation’s aging population?

And that’s my two cents! What’s yours?

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