His own worst enemy

Dear Editor,

The fault, dear Trumpus, lies not in the stars, ’tis in yourself. Stars can mean fake news, election riggers, etc.

My apology to the Shakespeare Club for revising the words of William.

The line, “the fault, dear Brutus is not in our stars, but in ourselves …” is from the play, Julius Caesar. My crude interpretation of this line is: the blame game is a lame game.

The Democrats have been accused of encouraging a victim mentality in various groups. President Trump is now claiming victim status regarding the election. Judges he appointed do not agree. Would Mr. Trump tolerate an apprentice blaming and fussing on his TV show?

Brutus kills Caesar in the Shakespeare play. Trumpus kills his own re-election attempt in the recent “drama.”

Excessive volleys of verbal bullets were often fired by President Trump. Some of those bullets hit his own heel spurs and toes, preventing marching onward to re-election.

The oldies radio recently played a song with the lyrics “clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right” seems to describe recent politics. Hopefully in four years, an excellent presidential candidate or two will be available for a change.

Gary Finger,



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