Don't forget about Obama's buddy Al Sharpton who requested to be on that plane too!
people on Facebook are insane today.. Also i like being called a racist by cnn because i didn't vote for a criminal
Also didn't like that or being labeled as an "uneducated white people"people on Facebook are insane today.. Also i like being called a racist by cnn because i didn't vote for a criminal
bigbuckhunter88 said:Also didn't like that or being labeled as an "uneducated white people"
I don't fault you one bit, and completely get what you are saying but in my personal opinion he was the only vote available. As things were I felt there were only two candidates who had a chance and the rest were throw away votes. I actually think Donald could do a great job if he surrounds himself with the right advisers. The way I look at it is the next president could possibly appoint 3 Supreme court justices. I would much rather trust that to Donald Trump rather than Hillary. If she had her choice for justices The Constitution would be something everyone learned about in history class not something thag our country was governed by.OK guys, I'll give you a target...go ahead and pile on.
I didn't vote for Trump...Hillary either. And yes, I did vote. I just couldn't hold my nose tight enough to pull the lever for either one. I'm a lifelong conservative Republican, and I know I wasn't alone in feeling this way. Trump mobilized an entirely new block of voters, but the reason this election was even close (and he lost the popular vote) is because he lost a significant portion of his base...people just like me who couldn't stand the filth that came from his mouth on an all-too-regular basis. I'm entertained by all those who say we need to "drain the swamp" and get rid of the career politicians. Let's ride the wave of political outsiders taking over. In what other business or industry would a complete lack of experience be considered an asset? Hope you're not headed in for open heart surgery I'm not saying politicians should be lifers, but surely having and understanding of, and connections within, the political machinery has to help to some degree. A couple of weeks ago I was visiting with a foreign exchange student in our community and I asked him for his perspective on our election. Without hesitation he said "I can't believe in a great country like America that these are the two people you have to choose from." Nailed it!
Nonetheless, in a couple of months Trump will be my President, and as such, I am praying for him daily. As long as he is reasonable and rational he will have my support. These people who are protesting in the streets are idiots...get over yourselves! I just sincerely hope that Trump the President is a very different person than Trump the candidate. Just my 2 cents.