www.thegardenisland.com

Follow by Email

Monk Seal and Me...

Search This Blog

Monday, May 16, 2016

"Stop the hate and remember to vote..." 'James "Kimo" Rosen' (Kimo's world #128)

James "Kimo" Rosen is a retired professional photographer
 and amongst other things lived in a tent outdoors for 7 years.
Rosen currently resides on the tropical island of Kaua'i
with his best friend and spiritual adviser Obama Da Dog!
Kimo's world #127

Stop the hate and remember to vote

A true football fan enjoys a great football game and should  appreciate even the opponents great plays.

 Many football fans can only enjoy the team they are fans of and yell vulgarities and hate at the other teams no matter how talented or great they may be.


Politics have become  much the same way. I am a fan of politics. I can actually appreciate great play from both major parties which is why I am a registered Independent.  However most people have a favorite party and can only relate to one party and  yell hate and vulgarities at the other.

Sometimes the opponent  can make a decent  play. It's a true sport! Gentleman, lady or in this case political junkie whom can appreciate the competition. It doesn't mean you need to vote for them.


Just stop the hate and remember to vote! 
Aloha Nui Loa


Hana Hou, (Encore)  





5 comments:

Melinda Kontos said...

So true!

Judith said...

Yes...exercise your right to vote....

Chester "Unc" Lau said...

RIGHT ON KIMO,WE ARE LIKE MINDED PEOPLE,HOPING THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY WILL RISE SOME DAY WITH DONALD TRUMP'S MONEY ,MAYBE CHANGE THE POLITICAL TITLE TO " FREEDOM PARTY " FOR EASY RECOGNIZANCE . THE WORD LIBERTARIAN IS TOO DIFFICULT FOR PEOPLE TO COMPREHEND WHAT THE PARTY IS ALL ABOUT ,MAYBE THOMAS JEFFERSON CAN EXPLAIN.

NOTE:I CANNOT POST ON YOUR FACEBOOK SO I POST IT HERE AS COMMENT.

UNC

Glenn Mickens said...

Glenn Mickens said by email; "You are right on target, Kimo. No matter how much I wanted to beat the other team when I played or coached I had respect for any of their players who made great plays against us. When we played teams all over the world with our UCLA Alumni team (particularly against the Cuban club) I always judged the players from a standpoint as if they had the talent to play on our club or in the Big Leagues and the answer was positive for many of them.
I did the same when I pitched for 5 years in Japan and some of them were great and could definitely play in the Bigs.

And yes, I may not agree with you or anyone who wants Trump for our President but I certainly respect you for whatever opinion you might have. That's called democracy, isn't it?"
Glenn

KimoRosen said...

Glenn, Right on! really wish you would run for political office!