This past week was historical when the boy-scouts decided to accept
the girl scouts as members.
It was a politically correct move
encouraged by woman's groups across the nation,
not the girl scouts themselves.
Enclosed is dakinetalk's
favorite meme on this issue
Yes Dear, Trump bashing needs to stop
Blog #1964~Kimo's world #211
What does it do to other nations when our late night talk show hosts are constantly bashing our President? Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers and Steven Colbert make a living of Trump bashing. These are not fun jokes about the president but rather humiliating, demoralizing rants against Trump.
Many of the Hollywood elite bash our President on a constant basis. It's rogue, it's the cool thing to do.Try and remember we are all on the same side and must create a united front to the enemies, otherwise we are beaten before we even begin.
The recent Emmy's that appeared on CBS are a recent example of a Trump bashing fest by the Hollywood elite.
The TV show "The View" is relentless on Donald Trump. They don't let up, from the way he shakes hands with dignitaries, to the shoes the first lady wears.
The ladies are always making fun of his family, even his minor son Baron is not off limits for the woman of "The View."
"Real Time" with Bill Maher bashes and hates Trump, however Maher at least has other issues on his agenda. He also bashes Hillary and democrats. Maher is an equal opportunity comedian.
Late night with Steven Colbert is the ring leader and has one punch line, it's Donald Trump.
His every joke is a slam against President Trump. A sad excuse for a comedian. A sad excuse to constantly demean your own President. In other countries one could be jailed for treason for speaking out against your president like this.
Remember the days of the old Tonight show with Jay Leno? Jay could joke in a respectful manner that was not insulting, but funny about both major political parties. Jay was so good at comedy you never knew what party he was affiliated with because his jokes were fun, not filled with hate-- something our late night comedians need to learn and take heed.
Do these modern day comedians not realize that even if they don't like President Trump, even if they hate him as much as they publicly say they do, it may not be in their best interest or our country's best interest to admit it and go on these rants and hate fests? Do they not realize he is the most powerful man in the world and can at the snap of his fingers behind closed doors without you knowing order an IRS audit and so many other unimaginable audits to make your life a living hell?
Americans bashing our president is not good for our country. Our enemies delight in all this.
My advise to anyone whom doesn't like Donald Trump is to not go public with your hate. You may wind up harming yourself far beyond your wildest dreams. Believe me! Keep your hate to yourself about 45.
If you do not like "The Donald," there will be more elections, stay cool, he won this one. Live with it for Gods sake and in the mean time pretend you like him, it will make your life much more tolerable.
It's the equivalent for married men saying "Yes dear," even when they don't necessarily agree with their wives, the bennies (sic) far out weigh the repercussions.
A Must see! Just last week,
late night comedian Seth Meyers gives the President the middle finger on national TV, check it out. Like Trump or not, this kind of behavior must stop!
This says it all about the current national anthem crisis and the NFL!
Hana Hou, (Encore)