"Cowardice asks the question...is it safe? Expediency asks the question...is it politic? Vanity asks the question...is it popular? But conscience asks the question...is it right? And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular but one must take it because it is right." ~Dr. Martin Luther King

Friday, 29 April 2016


D'you notice how often Hillary has said :

"Donald Trump's comments are not only wrong ,they  are  dangerous"

Trump's inflammatory remarks, reported hourly 24/7 by Trump, CNN journalists, male and female, have fanned the flames and the fire spreads. 

Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper repeat the comments with a lurking grin then solemnly report anger growing in the community, like they have had no part in generating the fury. 

Riots have begun.

Angry youth and the police with weapons are pitted against each other. 

Both are at risk. 

It has all the potential for catastrophe. 

No responsible, political candidate,male or female, messes with those  underlying forces. 

Trump has the police and  a secret service detail to look after his safety. 

Hillary must be having  an invisible moment. 

She spoke and was not heard. 

She sounded the warning but "the entertainment " continued. 

Except...now it's acknowledged as a strategy to draw in  "blue collar, less educated" 

 Trump's people whom he  so dearly "loves" 

Yeah, right. 

It's a good point to stop and examine how male thinking differs from nurturing. 

A boy is more likely to up his dukes and settle a dispute physically. 

Mum's the one who has to clean off the blood and grime and patch up wounds and torn shirts.

For obvious reasons, sensible women think beyond immediate visceral satisfaction. 

They put it on the back burner and go about things differently. 


Anonymous said...

Trump has always obtained what he wanted. I am just hoping this time will be different. Almost half a year to go & it is already ugly. We are so very very fortunate in Canada.

Anonymous said...

Elections are all ugly. The US just has a bigger audience and their media is sleazier. He's captured what they call a movement of anti establishment. Ontario will probably have the same movement in 2018. And if it does, municipal elections will be a sling fest all over the province.