Thursday, April 14, 2016

The Bright Side of Trump

I feel sorry for Donald Trump. Everyone is always picking on him, saying really mean things. Don't they realize he has a ten-year-old son who hears this stuff about his father? I mean, so what if he's a bit of a braggart -- is it so terrible to talk up one's good qualities?

For example, last night in a TV interview the topic of coal and other forms of renewable energy came up in a question posed to him: How would he handle it as president? Donald's answer, "I know more about renewable energy than anyone else on the planet," surprised me. I wondered how and when he had found the time to gain such expertise as a real estate developer in Manhattan. And "more than anyone else on the planet," even scientists who devote their entire lives to research on the subject. Admit it, that's pretty impressive.

Trump snuggles with his son, Barron.
When asked about his past negative comments regarding women, Trump explained, "Nobody respects women more than I do." And as for charges of racism, he confided that "I am the least racist person you will ever meet." Trump is going to build "the greatest wall" on our southern border. In his administration, there will be "millions of jobs" for college students. In fact, "each graduate will have about four or five great jobs to choose from."

Considering all that, he sounds like a great guy. Someone would have to be a complete idiot not to vote for him. Really. He's going to be great, maybe even our greatest president ever.

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