I lost my Mom in 2013 after a over-year long fight with Cancer. I miss her all the time, lots.
She said lots of things that I understand better now that I have children and a few years' experience.
One of the most important that has stuck with me and helped me more than I could say is this:
"Actions speak more loudly than words."
In this "alternate reality" climate we're in, it seems more relevant than ever.
Don't look at what Trump says or does not say. Watch what he does.
He hires someone who doesn't care about the environment to "lead" the EPA.
He says he's going to get us better deals, but he simply pulls out of several.
He says he wants to drain the swamp, but the list of criminals and those under investigation is growing fast.
He's picking trade wars with enemies, friends, and pretty much everyone who will sit down with him (except for Russia, of course).
Again, "Actions speak more loudly than words."
Watch what he does and form your own opinions. You don't need Trump forcing opinions down your throat.
My Mom was really smart sometimes. I miss her.
How can anyone who considers themselves "religious" support Trump?
He promotes hate and violence.
By trying to convince you that 'Antifa' is a bad thing. Antifa means "anti-fascist". That means people who don't want a dictator, and in practical terms someone who objects to hate groups like Nazis and the KKK. Why is 'Antifa' a bad thing?
He's an adulterer.
He's a liar. He's admitted to lying 'because people agree with him'.
He's performed crimes. He's cozied up to Putin, even after it's been proven to a legal standard that the Russians are still trying to influence American politics.
He's single-handedly ruining the planet, and revoking almost anything Obama did that could be considered to help the planet or to protect the little guy.
He's claimed to have 'solved' the Nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula, but North Korea has not slowed even by a little their nuclear efforts.
He's started trade wars, and hurt America's image around the globe.
How is /this/ the guy to represent anyone who claims to support religion?
I'd like to define a couple terms...
In Montana (and several other states), Intimidation is a legal term meaning:
(1) A person commits the offense of intimidation when, with the purpose to cause another to perform or to omit the performance of any act, the person communicates to another, under circumstances that reasonably tend to produce a fear that it will be carried out, a threat to perform without lawful authority any of the following acts:
(a) inflict physical harm on the person threatened or any other person;
(b) subject any person to physical confinement or restraint; or
(c) commit any felony.
(2) A person commits the offense of intimidation if the person knowingly communicates a threat or false report of a pending fire, explosion, or disaster that would endanger life or property.
(3) A person convicted of the offense of intimidation shall be imprisoned in the state prison for any term not to exceed 10 years or be fined an amount not to exceed $50,000, or both.
With that in mind, how could anyone read this article and believe that it's not an illegal incitement of violence?
In anyone else, this would be enough to take action. Enough to be arrested, jailed, and perhaps convicted.
For those who voted (and would still vote) for Trump, did you really wish for a bully, a bigot, a pussy and a coward to be in the White House?