So, if you are a Republican, we have differences of opinion. Okay, that is fine, it is the variety that we work with on a daily basis. We each have things that we believe in that we probably will not see eye to eye on.
If you voted for Trump, I view it as you may not have liked the choices before you. You chose poorly, without thinking of what is best for the country.
If after the first year and beyond, you still support Trump, the chances are good that I have lost all political respect for you and possibly much more than that as I can no longer trust your judgement in many areas.
If you would vote for him again… well, the chances are also quite good that I will see you as being just like him. Birds of a feather and all.
So the government shutdown has no problem spending money to keep people out of parks and other resources during this shut down… but has no problem with granting a permit to let the damn illegals construct a stage and use the National Mall for a rally/protest to demand amnesty and rights?
What the hell kind of bullshit is this?
Of course with the current illegal loving government, even if there weren’t a shut down, nobody would have the balls to round up the illegals and ship their asses back to their countries of origin.
I find the tactics to force the citizenry to give a shit about the shut down to be stunning. All the various services being blocked that may cost more to block than to allow pedestrian traffic. Why should sections of the open sea be closed to fishing?
Are you really going to tell the Border Patrol to stand down and just permit illegals free flow across the borders?
To me that seems actionable. I find THAT to be grounds for impeachment. Kind of funny coming from a non-tea party member right?
Kind of funny coming from a former Obama supporter. I said years ago, that I would call it like I saw it and if Obama proved to be a problem, I would call him out on it. Welcome to that day…
Mr President, it is becoming more clear that you have some sides of you that SUCK!
No, I do not think I would change my votes if I have the chance as I still think he was the lesser of the evils. Some things were good but the more we seeÂ of his second term, the less I care for him.
As the Supreme Court takes on the issue of California’s Proposition 8, and the federal DOMA, and Jeb Bush weighs in that he believes marriage should be a states rights issue, where do you stand on the issue of same-sex marriage, and why. Is it a matter that should be left to each state, should the federal government be involved and to what degree. Or is this a constitutional violation of civil rights, placing it in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Okay as Obamacare goes before SCOTUS, I get this email from some junk mail:
“Dear fellow conservative:” Â My friends do not refer to me that way, in fact most of them would find that quite funny in itself.
Further down it says:
“The Supreme Court is preparing to decide the fate of ObamaCare and we’re sending thousands of signatures to the Court with one clear voice: End ObamaCare Now.”
At what point did the Supreme Court give a shit about our feelings about an issue when they decided it? Did I miss some change in the court where the Court was not just looking to the Constitution and it’s intent on resolving an issue?
years ago I worked in a mass mailing print shop. I was in Computer Operations printing junk mail on forms was one of my tasks. A print job came in from the GOP that was a campaign funds letter. It was saying that they needed XXX dollar as “your fair share” for their campaign. Â I saw fair shares that ranged from double digits to five digits.
That always made me wonder about the GOP definition of fair share.