When The Truth Is Found

Acid. Because I don’t think he’d do too well with that. It’s an ego-destroying thing where you are not in control. You’ve got to know what you’re doing with it. You’ve got to have somebody who is not high to make sure you don’t decide you’re a raven and fly off the roof. There are all kinds of things about it that are tricky. We’ve got a president who is orange—everybody’s least favorite color. Bill Maher said never underestimate the stupidity of the American public, and, at this point in time, he is right. But I realized what a patriot I was when he got elected; it made me so sad thinking about how there were 12 or 15 guys who, now 240 years ago, started an entire country. Although they may not have practiced all their ideas—they had slaves and were talking about how all men were free—they were wonderful ideas as far as how to treat each other and yourself. Then you get this nut-job goofball as our president, and it’s embarrassing. He shouldn’t be running a country. Guy is a mess.

Grace Slick

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1 Response to “When The Truth Is Found”


  1. 1 santera hoochie September 12, 2017 at 7:54 pm

    She’s (Grace Slick, not Pink) one of the smartest and most savvy historians of her generation.

    Loved this especially: But I realized what a patriot I was when he got elected; it made me so sad thinking about how there were 12 or 15 guys who, now 240 years ago, started an entire country.


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