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DUBIOUS GOVERNMENT – WHEN YOU AREN’T SURE IF YOU HAVE ONE

November 14, 2017

Love this one, cartoons and all!!!

SERENDIPITY

DUBIOUS – an adjective about which you may hold much conjecturing.


Dubious is an adjective — as in hesitating or doubting — not to be relied upon. It also means suspect as in “extremely dubious assumptions.” Add it that suspicious, untrustworthy, unreliable, questionable and just for kicks, morally suspect.

That would pretty much sum up our government these days. I’ve been assured by others that their government is no less dubious or morally suspect than ours, but I defy any government to be more hugely, gigantically, and outrageously dubious that the current American version. Australia may have lost more than half its governing body because (it turns out) they weren’t actually Australians — and Canada may have significant doubts about what Trudeau is really doing “up there,” but for pure blowhard untrustworthiness and morally suspicious behavior, it would be hard to top The Big Donald.

He sort of has it all wrapped…

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2 Comments
  1. Thanks for the reblog. I got hung up trying to figure out why one of the pictures won’t appear, but I don’t know because it’s appearing on my site, so some kind of WP thing. Every time I read one of my posts elsewhere, I catch ALL the typos. Why can’t I see them before? Again, thanks.

  2. Ever read “Ode to the typographical error?” I learned of that when I worked for the Minnesota Newspaper Association when I worked for their clipping service. Have a copy or two around somewhere.. LOL It is good – that error that hides,quiet as a mouse until the paper is printed out…. And loves to show up in a Headline or another heading.

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