I think that’s all the usual insults out the way. Oh and I have never been a liberal. My politics are considerably more red than that.
The woman’s march in Washington DC attracted several memes on my Facebook page about how it wasn’t a march it was a tantrum. And how it was all anti-Trump. I think it’s more anti-Alt Right, the disease that is spreading across the world.
Anyone who shared one – welcome to the start of fascism. I’m so disgusted that I’m not even going to include one of those neat little propaganda pieces on my opinion piece. Of course the march was anti-Trump as it’s unlikely anyone who voted for him attended. Those that marched care about:
Anyone who really genuinely cares about the rights of of those who are not wealthy, male, Christian, straight – didn’t vote for Trump.
I am absolutely sure Hilary Clinton is everything those that didn’t want to vote for her says she is. I am absolutely sure that world politics is so corrupt that there is no easy fix. I get why people didn’t vote for Hilary. I get why people wanted change. Hell I want change. I didn’t want Hilary Clinton in charge.
What I don’t get is why people voted for Trump instead and that they wanted to change one lot of corruption for another lot of corruption. A corruption that craps on every American who doesn’t fit Trump’s image of an American. He’s not there to drain the swamp he’s there to get rid of the people in his way. Is the media corrupt? Of course it is but Trump doesn’t want a truly free press he’s more than proven that. The swamp will get deeper but with a different kind of shite.
My wife to be is trans. She’s also American. I’m the only member of my family who doesn’t have an American passport. My wife to be has every right to feel rejected by any fellow American who voted for Donald Trump. Anyone I know who went on the marches around the world were part of or supportive of vulnerable groups. They were not having a tantrum. They’re worried and scared and they have every right to be.
Those people who think millennials are snowflakes are absolutely right. My children are three unique individuals who are absolutely precious and beautiful. To the millennials I know uniqueness is something to be celebrated, loved and admired – they are the most tolerant generation.
The Kimlin Family