Politically correct America
Donald and other things
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Much of what Donald Trump has to say I agree with, however, in expressing it, he sounds like the kids in the playground I grew up with on Long Island.
Being from there himself, Jamaica Estates, it doesn’t seem he’s grown out of that tone.
Becoming president isn’t going to happen for him, because he is in so many enterprises needing his attention that would prevent it. Who will watch the store? His progenies can’t without it being a conflict of interest, unless their last name happened to be Clinton.
I find it offensive by people who are offended by everything that has been traditional, moral and decent, since time immemorial. A group who has made protesting a profession and the ACLU, their defender. They seem to be on the wrong side of peace and harmony; dividing a nation that has worked hard to correct its wrongs from the past. By redefining racism and secularism to silence voices opposed to their interpretation for a politically correct America.
It is a new concept of liberalism that revisions history to fit its agenda, by patronize those whom they label as oppressed victims, and accuse anyone in opposition of being the oppressors.
The adversities between these neo-anarchistic liberals and the decent, law abiding populous appears in religion, race relations, entitlements, patriotism, immigration, abortion, homosexual marriage, drug legalization and diplomatic relations.
This has caused an unacceptable number of people who reside and partake of what the United States offers, to scorn and denounce it; but not wanting to be or assimilate to become American.
Even sensible people can be drawn into an ISIS-type syndrome, where they destroy ancient artifacts to erase past history. No matter what you may think of the Confederate flag, it is a part of our history.
Beware: A snowball rolled down a mountain side can gain enough momentum to cause an avalanche that can not be easily stopped.