Monday, August 29, 2016

Convince Me That I Should Vote For Trump

Violence, intimidation, and racism, evidently is what Trump supporters’ support. Therefore, every one of Trump's supporters must approve of vulgar behavior, incivility, intimidation, racism, and acts or threats of violence. There is no other reasonable conclusion. It really needs to be explained why it is reasonable to support Donald Trump. I would really be interested in an honest coherent answer, not just political talking points, to that question. Particularly from those who call themselves Christians.

I will not vote for Trump because he will bring to the presidency all behaviors I abhor and ideas that I don’t support. He will bring to the presidency all of what America should not be.

I am even ashamed that Americans could find his qualities and ideas to be so outstanding that he’s nominated for President of the United States.

It seems not one Trump supporter is willing to, or simply cannot, give me an answer to my question: why is it reasonable to vote for Donald Trump?

I posted this question on social media two days ago. I find it very interesting and amusing that there are no replies.

Please convince me that I should vote for Trump.

Copyright © Horatio Green 2016

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Fear is a Manifestation of Ignorance, the Fearmongering of Donald Trump and David Horowitz

Donald Trump and David Horowitz
David Horowitz states, “The Communist Party is the Democratic Party.”

Communism is an inflammatory word. That’s why Horowitz uses the word. He knows to the older generation Communism drums up hysteria of the “Red Scare” and McCarthyism. To have a better understanding of Communism, Socialism, Capitalism, and the free market system, it’s important to understand there are differences, variations, and adaptations in economic systems. If Horowitz’s followers take him at his word, believing that Democrats are Communist, their ignorance—lack of knowledge—will lead to unfounded fear and hate of Democrats.

Monday, August 15, 2016

When will Enough be enough?

It has repeatedly been said that if we’re concerned over how we are governed, our perpetual wars, our lack of gun control, our capitalistic ways, our cultural ways, our politics, police tactics, and the decline of our freedoms, and want things to change, collectively we have the power to bring those changes to fruition.

Monday, August 1, 2016


There is a striking similarity between the rise in popularity of America’s Donald Trump and Germany’s Hitler, between Trump and McCarthyism

For almost a decade after 1933, Hitler enjoyed a remarkable degree of popularity among the great majority of the German people.” Like Donald Trump, Hitler's “character and personality – in some respects bizarre, in others downright mediocre and wholly unpleasant – can nevertheless do little to explain the magnetism of his popular appeal.”