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Trump is what US deserved

Posted: December 18, 2016 - 1:33am

Dear CNT Editor,

The words of former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill explain why Russia appeals to Donald Trump. Instead of Russia, Trump "is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma." More than that, Trump is a product of America's trifold evolution into a capitalist economy, a socialist government, and a hedonistic culture. That is why America elected a money-worshiping, fascist-leaning president, who possesses a wind-directed moral compass.

Moreover, Donald Trump's reason for ascending to the presidency is the same reason used by early European explorers to colonize America, to enrich themselves and their investors. Trump is a businessman and America is a business. Hence, he does not care for America's working class. Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again," was rhetorical opium to sedate disillusioned white voters who were looking for a white savior to replace Barack Obama. It mattered not if the white savior was a billionaire snake oil salesman. The voters needed Trump and Trump needed present-day America.

Naturally, a fascist-leaning capitalist president needs a socialist government to transfer more tax revenue from its citizens to corporations. Then, pacify overtaxed citizens by legally sanctioning promiscuous, nontraditional lifestyles and debauchery under the guises of diversity, inclusion, political correctness, and orientation. For now, Donald Trump is the star in America's evolutionary reality show.

Kevin Palmer



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Clinton Supporter Crying In His Drink

Mr. Palmer must have bet the farm on another candidate. He’s whining here with his derogatory diatribe against Donald Trump who hasn’t even taken office yet. Palmer admits we have a capitalist economy then disparages the system. He says because Trump is a businessman, he doesn’t care for the working class. That’s a bizarre conclusion. Workers are appreciated by business for the value they produce. They are the engine of any capitalist machine.

His line about Americans looking for a “white savior” to replace Obama is frankly racist and puts this letter in the non serious, stinky trash can. He reaches a hilarious comedic level when he somehow blames “promiscuous, nontraditional lifestyles and debauchery” on Trump instead of the liberals where it belongs. But the most telling part of the letter is when Palmer reduces early American colonists to those seeking to enrich investors. To him, recognizing the greatness of America is a horrendous matter.


Looking for a savior ---yep

Looking for help with some common sense thinking is what I want....I haven't seen it in years..nothing to do with race.

Give the man a chance.