Rand Paul

by Mr. Schnell

Sometimes I get a little bummed out about the news but I am lucky to have an “earth-wondering” friend to lift me out of my pitty pot. We were talking about new cases reported in the news when over the wire came word of Senator Rand Paul and his recent misfortune along with the caustic comments noted on Twitter, in chat rooms, and on Facebook.

My friend stated it was not worth wasting energy on negativity. Bad Energy. He went on to say in order to say healthy we need to have “healthy” thoughts. Healthy energy I assumed.

I agree. On more than one occasion while walking at the local city park I was bummed out about something or another and my buddy would find a silver lining. I can’t explain why but his optimism worked like a charm. I would feel better.

Same here. No room for negative or partisan politics about such a polarizing character as Rand Paul. To much bad energy!

In that spirit of optimism and hope it is my wish that Rand Paul has a POSITIVE experience as he “challenges” his President’s “Chinese” virus.

Hopefully Rand Paul doesn’t infect our front line healthcare workers with his president’s “China” virus infection because they have no protective gear. All we have left, hope and a prayer, to fight this crisis since tests are delayed, the senate bill is stalled (Rand voting against the first bill), federal support is nonexistent, and leadership in Washington is AWOL or run by the escapee from “One Flew Over The Coo-Coo Nest”.

Speedy recovery Rand.

(How old is he anyway? Didn’t he have lung problems when his neighbor beat him up awhile back? Went to Canada for surgery didn’t he?)

Published by starvingcartoonist

StarvingCartoonist is a former ICU nurse that has worked at numerous civilian, military, and veteran Intensive Care Units across the country for better than three decades but has been sketching, drawing, and cartooning since he first picked up a crayon in kindergarten. Dabbled with political cartooning, writing, and general illustrations but the bread and butter came from health care. Recently left professional nursing to concentrate on camping, hiking, nature, the outdoors, trees, trails, and peace of mind. Love a campfire; rather watch it than TV. Avoid bureaucracy, career ladders, ladder climbers, and hero worship at all cost. Evenings spent with a good book, reading until the book smacks my nose when I doze off. Generally up at sun rise, listen to the mourning doves, put the coffee on, and play it by ear the rest of the day.

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