I have 600 words worth of rhetorical questions for my Democrat-voter friends. How can you still believe in your DNC? They look so embarrassingly ridiculous. Adam Schiff claimed he had hard evidence that Trump colluded with Russia. After a two year investigation, NOTHING. That didn’t work, so they moved on to their next scam. How… Continue reading Rhetorical Ranting
Imagine, if you will, that your next door neighbor accuses you of breaking into their house and stealing some expensive items like jewelry and electronics. Of course, you know you didn’t do such a thing and have never committed a crime in your life. Your neighbor simply hates you and accuses you of this in… Continue reading Proven Innocent but Still Guilty
I don’t get how liberals don’t see it. They want to be the righteous ones so desperately, that they don’t see the lies and manipulations being fed to them. The reason I don’t get why liberal voters can’t see the lies, is because I used to despise Trump, and now he has my undying support.… Continue reading Obvious, Blatant, Evident, Glaring, Lies
There can never be justice in a country that isn’t consistent in its principles, morals and laws, and chaos will be the result. Whenever we point out the inconsistency of liberals, their hive-mind response is, “That’s Whataboutism.” I have questions. What does “whataboutism” mean? How does that answer the question, “why are you being inconsistent?”
“Wow…If Mitt Romney had come out swinging against Barack Obama like he has against President Trump he might have won. Trump’s “behavior” is old news. America’s divide was deepening long before this president. I appreciate gentlemen politicians but appreciate achievement more.” ~ Charles Payne After dealing with conservative friends who bashed Trump over the holiday… Continue reading Defending a Man I Thought I Hated
Dear Liberal Democrats, It’s time you ask yourselves some questions, but since you won’t do it yourselves, I’ll ask them for you. It’s time to self-reflect.
Incivility Incivility is a general term for social behavior lacking in civility or good manners, on a scale from rudeness or lack of respect for elders, to vandalism and hooliganism, through public drunkenness and/or threatening behavior. The word “incivility” is derived from the Latin incivilis, meaning “not of a citizen”. Hooligan a violent young troublemaker,… Continue reading Incivility