Letter: Dems still stubborn

Well, it’s finally over! If you are a liberal Democrat (progressive), you have been soundly defeated! That particular group does not accept defeat well, because they have been programmed to believe they are the elite and are always, in any situation, absolutely correct.
This election, in my mind, was about many things, but mainly about the policies and high-handed behavior of President Obama. Here is a man who truly was not qualified to be president. However, he is not gone yet, and Democrats are intent in making him president for life!
Democrats dismiss anything bad about them and adamantly refuse to believe any of it. They will however, believe anything from their party bosses about their opponents. I venture to say that they haven’t a clue about Donald Trump other than what they “know” to be true from the mouths of their party, which has an excellent record of personal character assassination.
Now that they have lost, they revert to the same immature practice of rioting and looting to show their angst. The current riots in this country reported to be against Trump likely were bought and paid for by billionaire George Soros, who I believe enlisted the services of convicted felon Robert Creamer as an organizer. This is the same thing they did in Ferguson, Mo. Creamer put out the call, and all those anarchists and hangers-on responded! By the way, Creamer has visited the White House at least 342 times to visit with somebody (Obama?). I wonder why.
With all the riots going on, it may be time to call for martial law so the president can stay on. You think?


William O. Darby More than 1 year ago
No one should ever take a Democrat-Socialist seriously.  They live in a fantasy world of their own making and are only dangerous when given the power to implement their nightmarish agenda.

When they are out of power, all they know how to do is lie, condemn and tear down anything and everything that works for the people.
Roy Whitley More than 1 year ago
democrats are not stubborn. They are a fringe society, insulated from life by sanctimonious rhetoric and unethical lifestyles. Their judgement day will come.
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Kathy Loudermilk More than 1 year ago
I have a story to tell you. Decades ago, we had a young family with 2 boys, and baby and a 2+ - 3 year old. A young couple moved in next door to us. He was a college professor. She was a first grade teacher. We got to be good friends, but were total political opposites. Had lots of interesting discussions, never arguments.

One of the disagreements was the merits of private versus public schools. She was a huge proponent of public schools. She did get to know my oldest son as a toddler and and tested a theory she had on him. Not important for this discussion.

We moved, they moved. But when it came time for my son to go to the first grade, she begged me not to let my bright little boy to go to the public school he was supposed to go to. It was not because of demographics. It was more of a personel problem she had with the school. (Not where she taught.)

We had no intention of sending our boys there anyway. They could read when they hit kindergarten. 

At the private schools, the fact that they could be bored was recognized and prevented by individual teachers, not extra money infused programs.

Paul Rosenthal More than 1 year ago
Well-said Mr. Smock.  Might it be wise and helpful for the future for President Trump to immediately re-do the way the unemployment rate is determined by including those 92(?) plus million who quit looking for work in the calculation.  That would demonstrate the dishonesty of prior years and provide a fresh start.


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