Bring on the Blue Tsu

I want more than a mere Blue Wave of Democratic votes in November. I want more than a Big Blue Wave. I want a Blue Tsunami. A gigantic Big Blue Tsu. It won’t fix everything, but it will be a start.

We need to send a message that Donald Trump and his supporters will understand, a message that we, the majority of Americans, will not tolerate gross incompetence in Washington.

Let’s bring it. A Big Blue Tsu in November.



Categories: Politics

15 replies

  1. Love that image! I’ve got my fingers crossed PT. But I’m also prepared for the Trump camp to declare any negative results as Fake News!

  2. Please please please please please please please please please please please please please !!!!!

  3. A good example of the challenge Democrats face in the midterms is the McCaskell/Hawley matchup. Claire is the real deal, smart, hardworking, experienced. Before the senate she was a hard-working and effective state auditor. However, she is also an older woman. I just wonder how many citizens see voting as a celebrity contest? I think it’s many but I hope I’m wrong.

    • Given the average age of our senators and representatives, I wouldn’t expect age to be an issue. And this strikes me as the perfect time for a woman to be running. As for the celebrity thing, I worried about that when Trump was elected; I worried even more when there was talk of Oprah running. It’s painfully apparent that simply being a celebrity does not make you fit to be president!

  4. I keep wondering how long it will take for voters to realize that the rivalry that exists exclusively between the two major parties is why none of the promises they make ever come to fruition. Personally, I won’t waste my vote on either of them.

    • And I keep wondering when we’ll get back to a time when, despite party rivalry, our elected representatives put country ahead of party or personal gain. Yes, I really am naive enough and idealistic enough to think that used to be the case.

  5. Your lack of voting will probably help trump be re elected. If you are ok with what that will mean for the future, then you don’t realize while we have an imperfect system, it’s all we got.

“I cannot be an optimist but I am a prisoner of hope.” ~ Cornel West

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