From my archives, originally published on my blog, “The Thirteenth Insight” which has since then been commandeered by the “Open Domain Market” and is now a portal into a Web Sex Cam site. Yes, I am quite insightful but I didn’t see that coming…
Original Publication Date: 11/22/2016
I had heard Donald Trump say, “I’m going to make America great again!” This has been his slogan, his tagline, his campaign pledge. What does he really mean by this, I must ask myself! When did he first decide that “America isn’t great?” I really need to know if you really want to know the truth. Why? Because I must understand better the factors that he has chosen to declare that “America isn’t great!” Is it the economy? Is it our cultural diversity? Is it that we’ve a black president now? Or is it a combination of these factors?
To get a better picture of perhaps Donald Trump’s true agenda, his motivations, his proclivities I must use the past, his past as a guide, a road map if you will. I must listen more closely to his proclamations, his sometime-inflamed rhetoric, both on the campaign trail and in private.
I must always remember a simple truth: “Don’t always believe what you see or what you hear!” Ah, but I must often rely on what I feel – sometimes driven by my own conscience or at times, by means that are beyond this realm.
Firstly, let me clarify a valiant point: I as an optimist and one who seeks harmony versus dissension wants nothing more than Donald Trump being a successful president. I want nothing more than seeing this country come together and not falling apart. I don’t want to see clashes between races, between cultures, between male and female, between those in the city and those in the rural areas. I don’t want to see deadly clashes between the so-called left and right.
(to be continued)
Since I originally penned that blog posting, 1583 days had surpassed, a lot has happened, a lot has been learned, a lot has been discerned.
Through the tragedies, triumphs and trampolines I for one stand on this precipice, staring out again into the vastness of the sea and still journey back to that day when I chanced to be free…