Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Dear Republicans*  and others who voted for Donald Trump as POTUS,

From:
GKS420@verizon.net

   We are seeking an answer to some questions for which you may have the answers.  Kindly help us understand, we truly have a deep desire to comprehend your point of view.

For the most part, are you happy with this administration and its proposals to this point in time?

What about the proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act, are you on board with the changes to be made by the Trump administration?   Why?  Why not?

And what about your thoughts on the proposed cuts to the budget which will add 10% to the military whilst slashing programs for the disenfranchised ?   How does this set with you ? 

Could you kindly explain to us your view[s] on President Trump's consistent tweeting,  many of which have been proven to be outright lies ?   Is the President just "blowing off steam" and as such, we should not take him seriously ? How do you, as Trump supporters, deal with what many of us consider to be overt insipidness, on a daily basis ?

Oh, and this one really requires some type of explanation from you as we simply don't get it.  Really.  How does one call oneself a "Christian" and yet seems to ignore the following words of Christ: "Whatsoever you do to the LEAST of my brethren, that you do unto ME."  You know what we are referring to ,,,, how DO you justify supporting Trump's budget cuts to the most needy amongst us,
whilst giving tax breaks to the rich and increasing military spending ?

We have many more questions, but this will suffice for now.  It is not beyond the realms of possibility that we are simply ignorant.  We truly want to understand.  Kindly help us,,,PLEASE.

Sincerely,
                     Gregory   Greg   Craig

P.S.  When we bring up politics on this Blog, most REPUBLICANS and TRUMP supporters manage to CLAM UP ---  WHY ?  What are you so ASHAMED of ?  We know who some of you are, even the less vocal amongst you , , , WHY are you hiding ?



 *  Until November 15th, 2016 MJ and GGC were registered Republicans.  Both of us raised in staunch Republican households.  We "saw the light" [so-to-speak] during the administration of George W. Bush, but kept hoping our political party would turn back to what it used to be.  Alas, it became even worse.  The first time we actually voted for a non-Republican, we both felt a little odd but yet we knew it was the correct thing to do.   Finally, when we could stand it no more, we changed our political party association and became Democrats.  [[ We waited so late to switch, that said switch could not occur until one week after the General Election of 2016.  Hence we have been official Democrats for a little over four months now.]





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