Hate is OK if it’s in your heart and mind that it’s a good thing; we have the right to personal feelings, objections, disagreements and attitudes. I consider hate never OK.
Thankful to be emotionally strong, I am able to accept slanderous, rude, condemning remarks, passing them off as someone else’s problem. Those who viciously attack others by way of accusations and nasty words don’t matter at all.
One writer recently said people don’t change, but I disagree. My thoughts about President Trump have changed on a large scale these past few years.
To be absolutely clear and standing up to the viciousness of bullies who despise and dissect my opinions, I do not approve of “The Donald’s” prior-presidency past. His sexual attitude toward women, philandering, improper encounters, and his insane wealth displayed egoism beyond compare.
Having never met the man, I admit not wanting to during many visits to New York. Fully aware of his unequivocal existence, I realized he was idolized and praised. Most Hollywood actors, producers and directors are viewed the same, morally, along with politicians. I’ve made my point.
I won’t argue previous presidents’ failures, sleazy office encounters, White House orgies or extramarital affairs. Outrageous expenditures, crude comments and behaviors not befitting America’s leaders belong to almost every president.
Admittedly, I was dismayed when Donald Trump decided to run for president; however, he was America’s choice.
I have kept an open mind regarding his many accomplishments, realizing his dedication, determination and kept promises. His strength is impressive. Never have I seen or heard such unwarranted ridicule, lies to denounce his progress, and hatred for those who appreciate reality and will vote for him again.
President Trump is imperfect. He speaks out of turn, rebelling against hate, often childlike, with words better left unsaid, gestures misunderstood, and sarcastic references to those who are equally offensive. For this, he is vilified.
Finding good in this presidency is easy; open your eyes and stop the madness. Let others have an opinion without being subjected to unnecessary damnation.