Donald Trump spells bad news for U.S.
These are attributes describing Donald Trump using the letters of his name.
D – Disgraceful – insults anyone who disagrees with him.
O – Obsessed with power.
N – Noxious to the core.
A – Aided and abetted in the deaths of over 200,000 fellow Americans.
L – Liar – serial liar – can’t tell the truth.
D – Dastard – a dishonorable and despicable person.
T – Travesty – a false, absurd and distorted representation of a president.
R – Racist – his continued downplay of supremacist groups tells the story.
U – Ugly – He’s turned our allies against America.
M – Malevolence – ill will, malice and hatred.
P – Pratfall – He has become the Pratfall king. falling on his buttocks time after time with foolish, crazy comments. In one ear out the mouth.
Just a sideline, look up Sinclair Lewis’s book, “ It Can’t Happen Here”, 1935. It has already started. Martin Luther King Jr. was quoted, “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”
Richard Moran, Sr.
Grateful for caring staff at Ellis Hospital
On Sept. 22, my husband John (Jack) Emery was taken to the Emergency Department at Ellis Hospital. From the time he entered the facility until he passed on Oct. 2 the care he received was phenomenal.
The kindness and compassion began with Dr. Edge and continued when he was brought to the C Wing (fourth floor) of the hospital.
Hospitalists, nurses and techs all made sure that not only was my husband comfortable, but my family was as well.
In my opinion doctors, nurses and their support staff do not always get the credit they deserve.
Their job is difficult to begin with and given the times we currently live in is even harder.
However, everyone in C-4 always presented themselves in a very professional manner. Time was taken to share stories of their families, hobbies and so much more. Even when we changed rooms previous nurses still checked in on us.
Not once was I ever made to feel like a hindrance as they completed their jobs. Actually, they recognized how important caring for my husband was to me. For this reason, even if very minimal, I was allowed to assist during his grooming.
It is my hope that all those who cared for my husband, from C-4, receive positive recognition from their supervisor(s). Thank you very much for all that you did and continue to do.
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