The question is not whether Donald Trump lost a billion dollars and didn’t have to pay taxes for 18 years. Sure what he did was legal. And sure many would consider that good business, but that is not the point. The question is yet again, a question of a moral core. The fact is that Mr. Trump could afford to lose a billion dollars. It did not change his life style. But what about the people who worked for him and lost their jobs. They went from employed to unemployed. Their lifestyles certainly changed. Many lost their homes. Couldn’t pay health insurance or medication. And couldn’t put food on the table.
Trump couldn’t imagine what that would be like. He thinks he is a good businessman. Some people think he is totally out of touch with people who do pay taxes. There is no question that he has had many businesses. Some successful some, not so much.
There are lots of angry and dissatisfied folks in this country, but why would they elect someone who does not care about how paying taxes impacts on them, Who, by the way doesn’t care about Vets, doesn’t care about children, (except his and other rich kids) and certainly doesn’t respect or care for women. Why doesn’t he think Hillary looks like a President..... we all know the answer. He is someone who has 50’s values and expectations.
But nothing bothers me as much as the angry tweeting at 3am. He is not a person who thinks black lives matter. He does not think that Hispanic people belong in this country--any of them. And he certainly doesn’t trust anyone else to do or say anything about the campaign. He went to the spin room after the debate because he has no one. And he has surrogates who also have a questionable moral core. Christie, who closed the GW Bridge but did not admit to it. And Rudy Giuliani who says that cheating on your spouse is the new acceptable cultural norm.
How did we get so lucky... Buffoon for President.
I tried to make this funny but... take a look at this and send it to everyone you know
We're just sayin' .....Iris