Friends and Americans, I'm just listening to Sam talking about the US Postal Service and the "insanity" of the poison pill Congressional bill that caused this crisis. I'm thinking, Friends, that We DO need to use the word "Insanity," and the word "Crazy," but we also HAVE to use the word "ABUSIVE," and any other more specifically descriptive words that communicate that a particular stance or action taken by the Republicans is an outright aggressive "ATTACK" against American citizens, against the intent and definition of our Nation as "WE, THE PEOPLE," and against US, as HUMAN BEINGS. Calling these egregious and moronic goals "stupid," "idiotic," and "crazy" is accurate and appropriate. But we are walking in the world of the nebulous if we do not take them on, head-on, with the Truth: these efforts and intentions are ABUSIVE, THREATENING, and ALREADY DESTROYING HUMAN BEINGS!! We CANNOT LET THIS STAND!! These people are NOT our Friends, and I take offense at anyone who calls them our "Republican Friends," no matter how well-intentioned they may mean it. We KNOW what a Friend is, and it is NEVER someone who is your Abuser!! This will not change unless WE change the terminology toward the TRUTH!!

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