Democrats and independents have been complaining about unfairness in our government for years. At issue is to whom Republicans love.
New party leader Donald Trump says, if he’s elected, we will be sick of winning. His discriminatory comments are not an example of winning.
Calling all Muslims terrorists, Trump aspires to ban them from entering the country and construct a border wall from California to the Gulf to stop the influx of South Americans and Mexicans seeking refuge. This is whining, not winning
The Donald says he’s a Christian. I thought the words of Jesus were all about inclusiveness and salvation. Trump’s words are demeaning and hateful. So keep out and Christianity are synonyms?
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To his credit, Trump says he will protect Social Security and Medicare.
Trump’s influence on Republican presidential candidates is significant. Republicans’ debate comments now echo similarly plus much whining. To summarize, what I hear is — “Wah, wah — Obama;” “Marco, you inspire me;” “Emails;” “Benghazi:” “Cruz, eh?” and “Socialism wah, wah.”
Seriously, do we want a narcissistic, schoolyard bully as our president? Or any of the other corporate-enthralled whiners, including the Democrats?
Bernie Sanders is the lone exception to these corporate whiners.
Jim Roach, Moscow