To the fans of The Donald, I, like you, am frustrated with our government, tired of our roller-coaster economy, angry about immigration, static wages and lost jobs. But The Donald is not our answer. He says things that we like to hear, what we feel, but he is not telling us the truth.
I don’t want to insult us, since we are not dumb people, but when we use rational thought, it’s clear that he cannot deliver on his outrageous promises. What he says would be impossible, logistically, financially, ethically, morally. His plans would create great chaos and division in our country, and the world, economically, politically, diplomatically, and the U.S. would for the first time be the enemy at large, liked even less by others, and be the diplomatic laughingstock of our allies and enemies.
Here’s what could happen: Sometime before the GOP convention, or he might wait until after his radical fans have rioted over his not being the presidential nominee, Mr. Trump will tell us all that he is just kidding, he just wanted to see how many citizen viewers he could gather and how powerful he is as a personality and that we will believe anything if we are insecure and afraid…and then as he is finished with us and we have no one else to turn to, when he no longer needs us, he will say, you’re fired.
Jim R. Rogers, Surfside Beach