“I remember when Halloween was the scariest night of the year. Now, it’s Election night.”

“When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I’m beginning to believe it.”   Clarence Darrow

imaginarygardens What Fresh Hell is This? – November Word List Imagined By

Wouldn’t it be novel
If you couldn’t get rich
or be on Letterman
or have at your command
Air Force one and limousines
if it didn’t set you up for life
in a higher tax bracket money
you could manipulate
and get around the IRS
why, then,
maybe then,
we’d get a leader to lead.
The presidency is beginning
to look a lot like a CEO –
perks and big salaries
and toss integrity overboard.



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11 responses to ““I remember when Halloween was the scariest night of the year. Now, it’s Election night.”

  1. The process of selecting a president is just as unreal as a reality show… please is there an off button anywhere.

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  2. Scariest of them all….when will the nightmare end, and people wake up to their senses.

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  3. Its going to be a scary time Debi for all you US folk…..you said it very well.

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  4. The 2 quotes perfectly summed up the current situation, debi! The general feeling seems to be ‘ que sera sera’, what will be will be.


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  5. This election it does, for sure………….and it wont be pretty after election either.

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  6. Yep. Clarence Darrow for president! Argh


  7. The only statesman of the lot got pushed to the curb, and now it’s a hostile takeover situation–America, Inc, indeed. Well-said.

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  8. The world – we watch and wait; Some nice parallels shown here

    much love…


  9. Integrity sailed away when this whole race began. Well done, Debi!

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  10. Totally agree – it has become a circus – or has almost always been a circus… History tells quite the story – wish we could change the “ending” one of these days.


  11. M



    thanks for adding your voice, Debi, and sorry for taking so long to visit ~

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