The man is the President of the United States of America. He has power to do things, appoint people, hire and fire people, and initiate actions. And by the way, you don’t have to agree with those things he does or the people he chooses. He answers to the American people, who by the way, elected him based on his brash, in-your-face, call it like I see it, UNpolitically correct promises to Make America Great Again. He didn’t change. He campaigned as the same person he is now that he’s president. No bait and switch. No tell the voters one thing and then get into office and not do any of it. This man is actually doing what he said he would do if we elected him President. ... Congress, how ‘bout you start doing your jobs. And, no your job is NOT to conduct neverending investigations into all these lame and sketchy charges Trump’s opponents keep conjuring up. Grow up and put your petty personal differences aside for the good of the country. ...
Month: November 2019
Helping People is Good; Socialism, Not So Much
The socialist philosophy that all should have their basic needs met resonates with our own humanity. No one really wants people to suffer. ... There is a symbiotic relationship between doing and having. With few exceptions, those that do, have; and those that do not, do not have. ... If you want more than you currently have, then learn from others, work harder or smarter, sacrifice to put your goals first, find or create opportunities, and utilize support systems to help you succeed. No one said it would be easy, but if you really want something, be willing to work for it. ... not your parents, not the government, not social programs, not welfare. ... Socialism would aim to “help” those able-bodied by throwing money and services at their poor choices instead of letting them flounder through and learn from them. ... So, how about we help those who are truly unable.