Wednesday, February 22, 2017

President Donald Trump

Strictly from an observational standpoint: people from both sides of the political fence are being shaken up on a daily basis. But most particularly on the left Crying, screaming, moaning, disruptive demonstrations and calls for impeachment of a President who has only been in office a little over two months and the opposition is delaying candidates on so many positions it's difficult to make a rational decision on what the administrations policy will actually be.

All that being said, in my opinion, those that are complaining the loudest are more to blame than they care to admit. Similar to a little kid denying their own faut by pointing and yelling at whoever is nearest. Why was Donald Trump voted in? He's definitely not a politician. The party on the right could not find another candidate strong enough to win. The party on the left could not find a candidate strong enough to win the election. Does that mean that Donald Trump won by default? No, that means he won by their fault. I wish they'd quit bellyackin about it and get on with business.

pointing fingers is lame and childish. It'll be the grown'ups who will win over and unite the voter the next time. Not taking a side other than for our country. We've always had disagreements and we made it this far.

Monday, February 20, 2017

President Trump

Watching all the hub bub regarding President Trump, his cabinet choices and proposed policy and law changes is truly seeing our form of government in action. Whether a person views President Trump as a friend or a foe one thing is sure, he is certainly a shaker and a mover of things considered normal and all the professional politicians and members of the judiciary are finding it necessary to step up and take action. That's how I see it. Complacency doesn't work.
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