I believe 90% of what the media prints about Trump id fiction as the articles
use words and phrases such as..... "It could happen, It might...perhaps
and so on." Fiction and opinionated as these articles are, they damage the
entire nation. I believe in freedom of the press but I also believe that with
that said the press has certain responsibilities to it's readers. In my
view, the "responsibility" is lacking and the entire nation suffers.
Walter Cronkite, "Uncle Walter" reported the news accurately. We never
knew his personal opinion regarding whatever he was reporting. He left the
forming of opinions up to the reading public. I miss those days when we knew
the news was true.
The cartoon where Obama toots his own horn reminds us all how he spent eight
years blaming Bush for the weak recovery, while burdening the economy with
regulations and Obamacare. He appears clueless that he was the one standing in
its way.I hope he stays on the campaign trail -- as a reminder of
the ineffective leadership we know we don't want.
@rwperkinsjr"Yawn. A whole lot of Trump hate... what a
surprise."Describing Trump is not remotely the same as
'hating' Trump. If the description of Trump has a negative
connotation but is factual, the issue is completely Trump's issue.
Yawn. A whole lot of Trump hate... what a surprise.
It's an interesting morph to see trump as Wile E. Coyote.