Who said it’s bad luck to let people know what you are wishing for next before needing to blow out an extra-large candle to the middle on your birthday cake. This tradition can be traced back to the Ancient Greeks who burned candles as offerings to their gods and goddesses. For birthdays, they baked round honey cakes to symbolize the moon and topped them off with candles as a special way to pay tribute to the moon goddess, Artemis.
Hmmm: Romney did say his faith played a huge factor in deciding where to cast his vote.
Ummm: Is Mitt aware for any wish to ultimately come true it’s supposed to be kept a secret?
Who is it that always stands up with the world’s worst actors? It’s always Russia, typically with China alongside. And so in terms of a geopolitical foe, a nation that’s on the Security Council that has the heft of the Security Council, and is of course is a massive nuclear power, Russia is the geopolitical foe.
The House called witnesses, the Senate did not (the first Impeachment trial in US history where the Senate didnt call on witnesses). Trump supporters can whine about a broken House process all day, but they’re still wrong.
The Republican party became the Trump* worship party… and we’ll see in November if that’s what our fellow citizens want for the future of our country.
Ditto Medicswife2002 on wishing no one ill will. We all should be careful what we wish for. Otherwise, as the saying goes, our wishes might ultimately come true. Maybe Mitt is playing his real wish cards close to the vest?