On the Other Hand

Reading the news still feels too much like reading Harry Potter books 6 & 7, in which Voldemort consolidates his power as a racist dictator supported by a puppet bureaucracy and by a few chosen favorites forever squabbling with each other.

However, unlike our current figurehead, Voldemort is capable of choosing words sequenced in an order that effects a generally understood and accepted meaning. 

 

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2 thoughts on “On the Other Hand

  1. A.M.B. says:

    Agreed. It’s hard to listen to him or even read his tweets.

    • Elizabeth says:

      That article by Amy Davidson is brutal. A sobering read. How can someone so privileged be sub-literate like this?

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