I find that any political post online is riddled full of bias, bullshit, and catchy quotes, and that’s why I decided to post my own political rant for the day.
I’m going to start off by saying I was raised a, Conservative Republican, and I’m proud of my upbringing. My parents instilled in us many morals and views I still carry to this day.
With that said, when you grow up, and start experiencing the world, your views might shift here and there, but your fundamental baseline pretty much stays the same, unless you are gullible, easily persuaded by peer pressure, or completely turn from away from the morals you were raised with.
I’ve learned over many years what issues are more important to focus on, and those in which don’t directly effect my day to day lifestyle. Issues like gays getting married, and woman choosing abortions, are things that I have opinions on, but find myself not placing my entire focus on them during an election.
If you have a different opinion on that logic, it’s fine, but in my mind, this world has turned its back on many of the values it was founded on, so some of the things we find morally wrong, aren’t going to change. For example, abortion, abortion will NEVER be outlawed, and although the stages at which abortions can be carried out may change, as I believe they should, the fact that women have a choice to abort will not; so although this is a topic I feel strongly about, it’s not one I hone in on at election time.
The issues that one should be entirely focused on, are issues that pertain to the safety and integrity of America, which includes our borders, our continued need for a better healthcare system, and bringing back jobs, that in turn raise our economy. These are just a few, but I find them highly more important than some of the liberal agendas that get shoved down our throats on a constant basis!
Anyways, no use getting too deep, because I could go on forever. So let me just get started here.
This entire election process has been a major headache! When it came down to the two candidates we were left with, I felt disheartened.
I’m not getting into each candidate, or the reasons behind my choice to choose Trump, because it’s done. I’m also not going to argue about all the many reasons why Hillary Clinton shouldn’t have even been allowed to run, because that would take too long. I’m just going to say that America, as a whole, has spoken.
You can conjure up all your fictitious logic on why Hillary was the popular choice, how qualified she is, all her “vast achievements,” ………..(sorry I needed a pause to laugh about that one)…..or whatever else you might read in liberal media outlines, but when you look at the United States election maps, they are crystal clear and blatantly evident.
My advice—>stop whining about your loss, shut down the pity parties, go back to work, and move on!
It’s disgusting to wake up after Election Day, and hear about all the hypocrites who criticized Trump for mentioning he might not accept the election results, now finding themselves unable to accept the outcome, using hashtags like, #notmypresident, and even encouraging riots and protests. GROW UP!
How sickening is it that liberals, and social justice warriors, at least the majority I have come in contact with, preach about tolerance, peace, and love, yet do the exact opposite with anyone who has a different viewpoint from their own. Funny how you can expect the world to tolerate your choices, views, and lifestyle, but can’t practice what you preach.
So Trump wasn’t your choice, why not act like damn adults and try and give the man a chance! If you can’t seem to get past the fact that your fellow neighbors, friends, co-workers, and possibly family members chose a president they felt could build America back up again, then find yourself a corner of the room, and continue sucking your thumb and whining on social media about the injustices that have crumbled your soul overnight.
Now let me add something important, because I know someone will think it, so why not hit all the maggots at one time.
“How could anyone vote for a candidate who condones sexual assault,”
Well, I’m going to answer briefly.
FIRST OFF, Please find me an example of where this is true! I need only one example where Trump has clearly stated he condones sexually assaulting women. Stating you can just walk up and grab a women by her p$$$y, simply because of who you are, is NOT an example! Think logically before considering an argument, because sheep-like quotes from the masses won’t be tolerated.
SECONDLY, if you can put your hand up to God, or Satan, whomever you are choosing to serve this week, and say you have NEVER listened, or jammed to, a song that didn’t objectify women, or talk about extreme sexual situations in which women are abused, (pretty much Eminem’s early music), watched pornography involving abuse, or violence against women, or talked about a member of the opposite sex in a demeaning manner, then shut your big, loud, hypocritical mouth! I’ve worked in a multitude of different settings in my life, and have heard MANY women, and men, talk about the opposite, and even the same sex, the way Trump did! It doesn’t make what he said right, but it most definitely shouldn’t be a topic of ongoing discussion, as it has become a broken record liberal key point for the past few months.
I’m sure you’re glad you can sit around and say what you please, without having your words and actions recorded for the world to hear, because I can guarantee the heads of those so strongly opinionated about Trump’s words, aren’t covered with heavenly halos.
If you are like a majority of us, the election sucked, but we pulled our fingers out of our asses on November 8th, and didn’t waste our vote on a damn gorilla, write-in, or third party candidates. We did our duty, and voted for the only candidate we thought would follow up with their promises. If your choice was Hillary, I’m sorry your candidate lost, (actually I’m not sorry, but I feel for you), but she lost, and it’s time to move on.
If it’s unity you want, then we must unite together and work towards a common goal. If it’s love, tolerance, and acceptance you want, then start practicing those things yourself, and stop looking for others to start the process for you.
Stop sitting around in your cloud of bitterness, and hatred, and move on. Stop teaching your children to protest in the street, and instead teach them there will be times in life when things don’t work in their favor, and that it’s okay to be angry, but one must move forward with life.
The Government isn’t going to make all the changes you want to see in your communities, YOU ARE! Stop pouting cause Hillary lost, and move forward in the hopes that Trump will make a positive impact on this Country!
Trump is not polished, or perfect, and he certainly doesn’t have the temperament of Mother Teresa, but he should be given a chance to do what he said he would.
If you sit down with an open-mind, you know, the thing you want everyone else to think with, and read his goals, you might be surprised to see they are positive, and not so politically one-sided.
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. -George Bernard Shaw