Trump perspective Written by Felipe Zapata THIS WONDERFUL young woman puts the latest Trump controversy in perspective. Sharing improves your attitude.SharePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... 22 thoughts on “Trump perspective” And here I was, just about to leave a snide comment about Trump being in Tapimba off camera with the model babes and then I hear the email gong on my phone and it’s Felipe with a new post about the man. LikeLiked by 1 person Scott: I hope you’ve come to your senses and decided not to vote for a fringe candidate, the only important result of which would be to give Hillary a little boost. Tsk, tsk. LikeLike She raises some excellent points. She is clear in her analysis of Trump’s schoolboy words vs. Hillary’s corrupt and criminal actions. The choice is clear. However, I believe the average person who endures the wall-to-wall bullshit from sources like CNN and MSNBC feels overwhelmed and compelled to follow the herd. When you listen to those channels you really have no choice: Trump is a jerk you would be immoral to vote for him. Just another sad reminder of the uneducated masses that dominate our political landscape, the statist media, and the consequences that follow. LikeLike Right on all counts, Mark, yet again. LikeLike PS: I hope Tomi finds a new outlet. She works for Glenn Beck’s organization, and Beck, to his eternal disgrace, has announced he’ll vote for Hillary. LikeLike Felipe What it comes down to is what you are willing to accept from your hero. He can do anything and you just pass it off with his explanation. The slightest misstep from anyone else deserves no less than the death penalty. Republicans are dropping him for the same reason you should. His arrogance and lack of conscience. He has never been answerable for anything in his life, and doesn’t know the consequences of anything. He and the Dictator of South Korea have the same background and moral compass, and the same disregard for what the outcome of their actions will be, and they don”t care, because they know one thing. Whatever they do, the last person it will affect is themselves. LikeLike Kris: Warts and all, Trump is a breath of fresh air, which is why both Democrats and the GOP hierarchy oppose him. The nation is flagrantly on the wrong path, put there by both Democrats and Republicans. I’m ready to try anything, and so are millions of disgruntled Americans. LikeLike PS: That wrong path will affect your Canada too. Don’t think it won’t. Is Trump the ideal candidate? Not by a long shot. Is he the only alternative to the status quo represented by the lamentable Hillary? Why, he sure is. LikeLike Dictator of South Korea?? LikeLiked by 1 person Dan: Yep. Sometimes you just gotta roll your eyes and keep on rolling. LikeLike Southed when I should have Northed. LikeLike Dang, I didn’t even notice that error. When I mentioned rolling of eyes, I was referring to the dictator analogy. Oh, well. LikeLike Do I vote for the candidate the got people killed, enabled her pervert husband, endangered our national security, took bribes from just about any nation and crafted this horrible health system? Or do I vote for the guy that says mean things. I opt for mean things; if you don’t like it, that is just too bad. LikeLiked by 1 person Señor Gill: And that was precisely the point that Ms. Lahren was making. LikeLike Wow! It’s like she read my mind. The Republican establishment just can’t seem to figure out why it is that a brash ego-maniac like Trump could win the nomination and continue to draw big crowds despite allegations of impropriety. It’s because millions of people like me are fed up with both sides of the corrupt establishment. It is time for real change, even if it comes from a less than perfect human like Donald Trump! LikeLike Hi, Troy: Yep, she read your mind and my mind and the minds of millions. Trump is quite flawed, but he’s currently the only alternative to a far more flawed candidate, flawed for other, worse, reasons than simply being crass and potty-mouthed on occasion. And maybe she is crass and potty-mouthed too, but no one has taped her. Thanks for the feedback, and come again. You won’t be moderated in the future. LikeLike Felipe, thanks. I’ve been a reader for several months now. Really like your commentary and pictures. Found you on Mexpatriate Steve’s blog. Would like to follow you and Steve down to Mexico as soon as I can get my youngest son out of college and off the payroll. Still unsure which suits me better, the highlands or the coast. LikeLike Troy: If you like unattractive towns, sweating in buckets and fending off clouds of tiny bugs, surely the coast has your name on it. If you prefer beautiful surroundings and being comfortable, inland is better. There is a reason the majority of Mexicans do not live on the coast. We are not masochists. LikeLike Felipe, Living in Texas these past 21 years I’ve adapted to sweating in buckets. However, ugly towns and lots of tiny bugs I can do without. Perhaps my interest in moving to the coast is more based on the thought of an idyllic retirement on the beach as opposed to a more realistic one in the highlands. Who knows? Will have to get down there soon to give each a try! Regards, Troy LikeLike Troy (mounddweller): You changed your moniker, which is why your comment was sent to the moderation file again. WordPress does it, not me. FYI. The notion of spending one’s retirement years under a palm to the sound of pounding surf is a powerful and appealing one. I understand that. The reality, I think you will quickly discover, is less delightful. I too lived in Texas for a long time, but it did not make Mexican beaches any more bearable. The good thing is that due to the topography, it’s easy to live in the mountains and have the ability, due to our modern highway system that is often better than what now exists in the crumbling U.S., to go to the beach quickly for vacations of a few days. Then you can hightail it back to where sensible people live. You mentioned that you read Steve Cotton’s blog from the beach. Steve’s a very bright guy. He’s also a masochist. We all have our issues. LikeLike Felipe, LOL, loved your comment about Steve! The reason I showed up with a different moniker is because my earlier comments were sent from my Kindle Fire which used my FB account to sign me in. My comment from this morning was sent from my desktop PC which used the profile from my old WordPress blog to sign me in. Sorry for the confusion. LikeLike Mounddweller: Your feedback is welcome no matter the name stuck to it. However, to avoid confusion and being sent to the moderation line, it’s better to pick one and stick with it, if that is possible with your plethora of high-tech gear. LikeLike Comments are closed.