I had a fairly decent night's sleep last night -- tho I haven't really slept well since Lyin' Donald was elected.
This morning's Washington Post had an enlightening op-ed piece by Michael Gerson.
I have a lot of issues with Mr Gerson; his support of the Iraq was and all the Bush the Second's policies that have led us to where we are today. It's good to see so many of the icons of the right-wing opinion establishment finally coming out of the republican closet and speaking out.
The final paragraph of Gerson's column sums up exactly how I feel about the man who pretends to be our President and those who have enabled and supported him:
"Many of the people who should be supplying the moral values required by self-government have corrupted themselves. The Trump administration will be remembered for many things. The widespread, infectious corruption of institutions and individuals may be its most damning legacy."