Roger King

Roger King is a 55-year-old computer programmer with a master’s degree from Clemson University, Born on a farm in Ohio, he now lives in the suburbs of Raleigh, N.C.

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Response to a Trump Hater

Jun 27, 2017 — Roger King

Not long ago, an old friend texted me her thoughts on President Trump.  She felt that he should immediately be impeached for the following reasons: he was a dictator, he colluded with Russia, that he tampered with the FBI investigation, he has practiced gross misconduct and that he is a “dumba”. Furthermore, Obama put stuff in place during his administration for the good of our country and now we are spending tax dollars undoing these things, which proves President Trump thinks it’s his country not everyone else’s.  Finally she felt Trump is grossly inappropriate, short tempered, off the wall, unrealistic, unreliable, untruthful, uncouth, a big baby, racist and stupid.  She felt that if only I would watch “The Real News” (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Headline News, MSNBC, etc.), I would know the “truth”.

Although my friend is well meaning, she has been swept into nothing less than an attempted soft coup of a duly elected president by the very swamp he has promised to drain.  Aside from the fact that most of these charges are not impeachable and, the rest have little or no proof, that level of hate is tremendously common among Liberals and is extremely dangerous.  Why is it so terribly dangerous?  This level of hate is used to justify crimes such as the 30 GOP Congressmen that have been attacked or threatened since May or the shooting of the GOP whip Steve Scalise, which would even bring our republic to its knees.


Dem’s Double Down

Jan 20, 2010 — Roger King

The question many are asking after Scott Brown’s amazing 5 percentage point upset victory for the Massachusetts Senate seat is what will the Democrats do now? The simple answer is to “Double Down.”