People who voted Trump thought he was right person for the job because he was a good business man. Well if they had looked into his past they would have know he wasn’t. He cheated many hard working Americans out of there money so he could get rich!
Any news Trump doesn’t like he calls fake. That’s is why he prefers FOX News (F for Fake) because they spin the news for him!
Trump being rich doesn’t understand our government is not a business. It’s more like a service to serve the peoples needs. Our taxes pay for police, fire, roads, bridges, social security, FEMA, military, airports, port security, plus so much more.
Cutting government jobs the way Trump has been doing only hurts us Americans. He doesn’t understand that poor people need to talk to social security agents, or medicare, medicaid agents. Americans out of the country need help from our embassies from time to time. Cutting these kind of jobs puts more Americans in harms way.
Trump is not helping us. He is just destroying all the good things that America stood for!
The current president-elect, who ran his campaign on the slogan, “Make America Great Again,” seems to be a bit selective in whom he chooses for greatness, in spite of his pledge to “be president for all Americans.”
To cap off an already questionable list of candidates for high office, for secretary of state he has chosen an Exxon/Mobil executive who, in that office, would have the power to negotiate toward lifting sanctions against Russia, thus allowing it to move ahead with oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean. This venture has the potential of delivering billions in profits into the pockets of this particular individual, as well as to “communist” Russian president Vladimir Putin. Small wonder Donald. Trump has pledged to broaden relations with this country.
Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp” seems to amount to little more than simply swapping out the present population of alligators and water moccasins for a bigger, more voracious array of denizens. If this is what it takes to make America “great” again, maybe we should opt for not being quite so great, after all. Or, perhaps greatness needs a bit of redefining.
Obama was born into a country where laws barring his very conception—let alone his ascendancy to the presidency—had long stood in force. A black president would always be a contradiction for a government that, throughout most of its history, had oppressed black people. The attempt to resolve this contradiction through Obama—a black man with deep […]