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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

A Great Man, and it ain't Trump







Dear Trump supporters,


In case you haven't figured it out yet, you've been played.

Conned.

Hornswaggled.

The list of campaign promises your guy made is already crumbling faster than that wall he promised you, but now says he won't be building.

Imagine that.


Throwing Hillary in jail?

Nah, changed his mind about attempting to do that too.


Instead he's enjoying the attention he's receiving from throwing temper tantrums on Twitter while showing the world that he's not only a bully, he's finally even showing his supporters what a liar he is.

A misogynist.

A guy who you voted to be a world leader of a democracy.

A guy who doesn't have the first clue about what our constitution says - nor does he care.

A guy who's meeting with world leaders with his kids, but hasn't met with the state department.

A guy who's costing NYC $1 million a day (according to some reports - you look it and come back and tell me I'm wrong if you want) because the White House doesn't exactly "suit" familial needs. 

If he's so rich, I'd suggest he pay for those costs. 

Family is important, I agree.

But.

Not just HIS family.

What about the families he's about to destroy?

If you don't believe me, just sit back, wait and see.

In the meantime, if you'd like something to read, might I suggest a speech written by a truly great man.


He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986.

I can guarantee you, this is not a prize Donald Trump will ever have a chance in hell in winning.

But.

Bless his heart, he's still pretty upset about that Emmy he never won, so he's probably not going to be too broken up about the Nobel Peace Prize.

But, here - give it a quick read, you might enjoy it.
http://www.eliewieselfoundation.org/nobelprizespeech.aspx

'course now, all this is just my opinion. I am, however, going to be interested in learning if any of you come to change your mind in the coming days.



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