Offended

In the beginning, Trump was speaking, unlike a president. He was stepping into an unfamiliar role. Like a comedian whose life has been making people laugh, it carries over into their daily life. Often their personality rubs those without a sense of humor the wrong way. Does that turn these folks off from the comedian? The comedian’s way of looking at life crosses the line and offends the no nonsense folks.

Toward the end of his term, if you honestly watched, you can see the change in his personality. He became more presidential, but at the same time, he wasn’t going to be kissing butt either. By this time he had already irritated those who held a strong dislike for his former speech. No one in their right mind can say that he didn’t help every American with his policy changes. There was not one single person who can say they weren’t better off in one way or another!

His policies gave people the chance to grow, prosper, and protected Americans. His policies weren’t the issue. Those who voted for Bidden, was doing so on his “Good ole boy” personality. His policies are destructive to America but that’s ok as long as we get to watch this “Good ole boy” look and speak presidentially.

Those that hated Trump were in a sense judging the book by the cover. What was inside was life changing but many couldn’t get past the cover to appreciate the wisdom within!

Battle of opinions!

Today a friend asked Trump supporters to de-friend him. I did so gladly, as I am not one to let others tell me how I should feel, speak or vote. It was his way or no way and anyone objecting to his opinion was guilty of everything he said Trump was. Murder, rapist, ect, his arrogance is disgusting.

A mature person realizes that not everyone is going to agree with them. They don’t try to pick a fight; they accept that each person has a right to his or her opinion. Before this incident, I felt that he was more intelligent than me. I actually respected him and his opinion on many things. Now I see that he is immature and nowhere as intelligent as I gave him credit for!

I never made one mean remark against his choice, but he still wanted to make a mole hill into a mountain. I suppose politics brings the worse out in some people!

It’s our money!

Where does Washington get its money? Whose money is it? Why are they taking our money and giving it to other countries? Our own people are starving, jobless, losing their life savings, losing their business, can’t afford their medication and homeless!

Afghanistan ($4.89 billion), Israel ($3.3 billion),Jordan ($1.72 billion), Egypt($1.46 billion), Iraq ($960 billion),Ethiopia ($922 million),

Yemen ($809 million), Colombia ($800 million), Nigeria ($793 million)

Lebanon ($790 million).

Multiple foundations are pleading for donations.

Wounded Warrior Project, Disabled American Veterans, Hope for the Warriors

Meals on wheels, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Unicef

Feeding America hungry, Feed the children, No kid hungry

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, First Responders Children’s Foundation Emergency and the list goes on.

Goodness, how about a novel idea? Use it to pay off the government’s debt! As dad always said, take care of your family before you take care of others. Share what’s leftover with those in need.

Where is the sanity today?

I have never seen such anger in the USA in my 60 years of living! Friends are jumping down the throats of friends because of the difference in opinion. I’ve lost several friends during elections because they didn’t like my response to their railing against my choices. I am not mad at them and will always respond to them if they contact me, I seriously doubt that will happen though.

There is always a winner and a loser in any challenge. Both sides need to realize that there can’t be two winners and no losers. Life simply doesn’t work this way! I am a republican, I want my party to win because I believe in them as much as those who are democrats, but common sense says I may not win. I will adjust to the results as long as it is done with legitimacy.

This generation has damaged the children. They aren’t taught that there are a winner and a loser. Everyone gets a reward even if they fail. How can these children learn to deal with real life? It is no wonder there are so many suicides among young people, in the real world everyone isn’t nice. We are doing our children no favors in teaching them that everything is always going to be peaches and cream!.

Dr. House and Donald Trump

I know that Mr. Trump needs to be a bit more discipline in his tweets. I also know he has made life better for the world in many ways. When I watch the news I just want to smack them. They refuse to say one nice word or give him credit for his accomplishments. They twist his words and refuse to show his campaign ads. When Obama was in office I felt bad for him because it seemed that he was mistreated, but Trump has been treated the worse of any president in history.

I loved the series “House”! House is rude, crude, childlike at times, and stubborn. His bedside manners are horrible. However, he finds answers that normal thinking doctors overlook. His methods sound barbaric at times. Yet, at the end of the day, he has saved a life. He pushes the envelope to the edge and tilts it slightly. Hate Trump if you will but you can’t say he doesn’t provide the answer to the problem. His personality rubs everyone the wrong way but he gets the job done.