George Giftos

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George Giftos is a retired travel agency executive, in management for agencies by Fugazy World Travel, U.S. Industries, Carlson Companies. George is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.

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When liberals can’t counter conservative debate, they resort to accusations of racism

Sep 24, 2017 — George Giftos

When liberals can’t counter conservative debate, they resort to their favorite groundless accusations of racism. They are beginning to realize using race as a means to shut down conservative free speech is diminishing and losing its effect, because of the continual abusive usage in this application.


Aug 23, 2017 — George Giftos

Sour grapes makes bitter wine. The country has been under siege by the Triple L’s…..... liberal lunatic left, since losing in 2016 and it is leaving a bad taste on the American palate, because it is dividing us further from where the last administration took us. Divide and conquer is a tactic used to defeat the enemy.

Yes! The traditional conservative American is their enemy and they will stoop to any means to destroy the backbone of American culture with their interpretation of what it should be.

The Triple L cult has created a dangerous precedent adapted from ISIS, who have destroyed ancient artifacts in Palmyra, Syria and in many locations in Iraq, by applying this insanity in destroying or removing any history that doesn’t suit them.

Protesting has transformed into mob battles, where destroying property is acceptable and accusatory words like racist and bigot are wrongly tossed about and labeled on their adversaries that become meaningless, not holding weight, to gain political one-upmanship.

The heinous acts by Triple L’s are corroborated by mainstream media in their bias reporting of facts that has come to be known as Fake News.

I Hate Okra!

Jul 31, 2017 — George Giftos

There is a strand of hate that is highly contagious, especially within a family. It is devastating when disagreements turn into a full blown feud. I treat any disagreement with disappointment, but never allow myself to be consumed by hate.

If there is hate in my soul, it is reserved toward okra, despots, stupidity, even within myself, or any evil that will purposely do harm. That person consumed in hate diminishes any fine attribute he or she may possess.

It is sad that some people need to be nourished with hate to exist. It became evident after the 2016 election, when some factions on the losing side refused to accept the constitutional results and responded with vitriol instead of constructive insight to the reason for the loss. Our country is our family. It is up to us whether we live in harmony or sibling rivalry; who gets more!

I have to admit that at times, I have to retain restraint, because some people exercise their First Amendment rights irresponsibly to the discomfort to others in attitude, appearance, mannerism, hygiene and other interactions that may be obnoxious.

Boomerang Tweets

Jul 24, 2017 — George Giftos

In spite of Donald Trump’s crass exhibitionism during the primaries, I voted for him when he became the Republican nominee because, what and whom the Democrats had to offer was unacceptable. I relied on his business acumen to carry him over the crocodile moat a/k/a the beltway swamp, to implement many of the things he promised that I am in agreement with.

It frustrated me to witness the obstructions the Democrats created to stymie all attempts for the new administration to get a government off the ground and rolling for the people.

The Wheel of Misfortune

Jul 14, 2017 — George Giftos

The Democrats are in dire straits after losing every majority position in the 2016 elections. They haven’t the foggiest idea why they lost, blaming it on the Russians and Trump brown nosing them.

They’ve been resorting to desperate means to support this unfounded theory, from reaching for straws to throwing darts at a board, marked with erroneous accusations to expand on their crusade, but neither have come to fruition, because they have failed the test to provide substantial reason to pursue their attacks.

Who’s Yehoodi?

Jun 23, 2017 — George Giftos

On the old Bob Hope radio shows, Jerry Colona created a catch phrase, Who’s Yehoodi? The response was, “The little man who wasn’t there!”

Yehoodi has reappeared as, “The unnamed anonymous sources,” created by the desperate democrats and adapted as the darling of the mainstream media.

You can be sure he is going to be a mainstay for the 2018 congressional election and the 2020 presidential election, because of his vast repertoire of lies and innuendos that have been widely utilized today, to cripple the present administration from draining the swamp and passing any serious legislation, amending or eliminating programs that are costly and haven’t worked in the past.

God forbid, if the country ever reverts to a socialistic pattern again, you won’t have to ask, Who’s Yehoodi? You’ll know!

A Different Frame Will Not Change the Appearance of a Repeated Subject

May 16, 2017 — George Giftos

Accumulating enormous wealth has ramifications in how it is acquired. We can assume no matter who ever possess it aren’t squeaky clean, due to the process in how whom one must deal with, to obtain it. It doesn’t mean they are all evil, but measured in how the wealth is used.

Long ago a man of good intent was brought forth to face the Sanhedrin in Jerusalem to defend himself, because He spoke of God and His influence was a threat to the power structure of various groups who controlled and counted on the ignorance of the people to maintain that position of power.

HGTV is one of my favorite viewing platforms on television

Apr 26, 2017 — George Giftos

HGTV is one of my favorite viewing platforms on television. I like seeing a property in dire condition, renovated into a livable and improved state.

Trolling in the Potomac can be dangerous

Mar 4, 2017 — George Giftos

During President Obama’s tenure, there were opponents to many of his policies by Republicans. Some of it was uncivil and some of it personal and much of it justified; but now Democrats are lurking in the Potomac city like piranhas on a feeding frenzy, to tear the flesh off anybody working for, or backing President Trump’s attempt to repair the breach between the races and classes, damaged during the last administration.

Trumpatize the Traumatized into Trumpians

Feb 22, 2017 — George Giftos

Former Governor Howard Dean commented that the young have been traumatized, because Donald Trump was elected president. The outcome might have been different if they made the effort to go out and vote, It will not be beyond belief that the President’s policies will turn them into Trumpians by trumpatizing them before his first term ends.

The Trump Version of HGTV

Jan 9, 2017 — George Giftos

President elect Donald Trump should not estrange himself from his creative ingenuity in real estate and apply it toward his vision for the country a la HGTV, where the status quo has to be gutted for renovation into a functional mechanism of government.

There is much to be done to fix the shortcomings of the out going administration’s failed attempts to make the country safer, prosperous and unified again.

Hope to make America great again with change

Dec 12, 2016 — George Giftos

I was eight years late casting my vote for “Hope and Change.”

“Make America Great Again” Is the hope and change I thought we were getting eight years ago, but didn’t. Now we are!

Making “America Great Again,” is a work in progress

Dec 5, 2016 — George Giftos

With just a few weeks to go before we rid the country of the unpleasant liberal odor the present administration has been trying to leave, a whiff of fresh air is starting to imbue the country with renewed hope. We cannot relax yet, because there is still time left to add to the damage already done. Although I’m not enamored with the style in presentation by the new incoming administration, its platform is reason to feel and believe a new era is on the horizon, that will be more beneficial in all aspects for the endeavors of the country and its legal citizenry.

You don’t have to call 911 for an SOS

Nov 22, 2016 — George Giftos

I consider myself to be a traditionalist that falls in the realm of conservatism, with no party affiliation, rendering my vote to whomever most closely reflects my hopes and beliefs for my country, my loved ones and me. This prevented me from giving any consideration for Hillary Clinton to earn my vote, because of her character and policy.

Compromise determined the direction I took, even with some qualms, because the deception and corruption attributed to her, was just to overwhelming to negate the vote of my eventual choice.

Liberal promises have held minorities in a relationship with a party of false hope that never materialized, like an abused wife remaining with her husband, afraid to live without him, thinking things will change for the better, but never does; and continues to endure the deception, because she doesn’t know there is an alternative.

I and many others are gambling the alternative will finally restore the foundation America was built on.

Another First Amendment Visit

Nov 15, 2016 — George Giftos

Abuse of the First Amendment has been the subject of many of my writings in the past, and the need to look into honing its interpretation and application, where one side retrofits it to their devices and denies it to its opponent. It has become evident a neo liberal motion has invaded the democrat party, denying its protection to any one not in sync with their socialist agenda.

Under their code of political correctness, to express an opinion contrary to theirs is racist, misogynistic and bigoted.