Talking about politics

Barbara invited a few friends over to talk about politics and you know what can happen. They all live in NW Ohio.

”So, what do you think about the director of the FBI being fired?” Barbara asked.

”I think it’s terrible because he was investigating this collusion problem,” Janet answered. She’s twenty-five, rather tall with lavender dyed hair and soft brown eyes.

Then Jackie said, ”The president made a decision that he felt was best.”

”He’s done a lot of business with Russians and he praised them for being tough and smart. That’s what he said on the Lettermen show four years ago. Now, half a year is almost over and they claim there’s no evidence of collusion. That’s a bunch of crap!” Barbara continued.

She’s 30, the oldest one. Her fluffy natural is soft and thick. Her deep eyes peer right through. They’re sitting in the lounge room snacking on sharp cheese crackers and a light drink. The women are wearing stylish summer dresses and jazzy sandals.

”We haven’t seen any proof of this collusion claim whatsoever,” Jackie pointed out.

”They keep delaying things and that’s the hold up,” Janet said.

”You democrats are still mad because Hillary didn’t win, that’s the problem,” Jackie continued.

”No that’s not true. That so-called president has been a problem since he ran for office,” Janet made clear.

”He’s made mistakes just like the others,” Jackie said.

”No. He has lied more than any president. And what’s wrong with showing your income tax form?” Barbara asked.

”He doesn’t have to,” Jackie answered.

”Being audit doesn’t mean you can’t reveal your tax form,” Barbara continued.

”Well, it’s his decision,” her friend said.

”Anyhow, we’re going to continued this later, I have to get my hair done.”

Well, at least they’re still friends.