Sunday, February 28, 2016

Trump. Perspective.

This is a tribute post dedicated to America's grandmothers.

If you wasted time on social media as I did today, you'd now know from the Bitter Cruzingers that Trump has a long history with the KKK, he cheats on his taxes, and he is the second coming of Mussolini.

What you may have missed is an exchange between some grandmothers:

BTW, Trump had a crowd of 30,000 in Alabama today.  3,000 more were unable to get into the event.

I'm trying to stay emotionally unattached in my support for Trump.  How about you?

1 comment:

sth_txs said...

No illusions here. We can only hope he can push things to get fixed in the right direction to some degree.

If you may permit, here is Chris Cantwell's take and I kind of feel the same way:

"It is possible, even likely, that right after Donald Trump is elected, I’ll hate him. I’m not under the impression that the President of the United States has the capacity to do objectively good things. He is, after all, but the winner of a popularity contest, picked by the same idiotic vermin I perpetually say have not the intellectual capacity to organize world affairs. But similarly to my support of Ron Paul, I lose nothing in this. It’s not about any particular policy agenda. He has policies I like, and policies I don’t like, all of which will meet the test of a worthless criminal congress. The goal is to bring pain and suffering to my enemies, and in this I am richly rewarded, with minimal investment."

I like the last sentence best. Just seeing the media and SJW's squeal like the women they are is joy in itself.