President Trump - page 3

Good, Bad, or Indifferent: We all have many different and rational feelings.... What are some things you hope to see improve, change, or stay the same during the next presidency regarding... Read More

  1. by   toomuchbaloney
    I'm not familiar with the Trump or Republican proposals or plans for eliminating a racial divide in this country.

    That seems like something to add to a list of things that you look forward to during the Trump administration. Trump ran one of the most racially charged and divisive campaigns in decades. Is that what would make you think he could over see the racial healing we need?
  2. by   azhiker96
    This is funny.
  3. by   BCgradnurse
    Quote from azhiker96
    This is funny.
    Just saw this and thought it was very clever. Other countries must be laughing their heads off at us!
  4. by   herring_RN
    Quote from azhiker96
    This is funny.
    Thank you!
    I sent this to my sisters. It IS funny!
  5. by   elkpark
    Quote from azhiker96
    This is funny.
    Hysterical! LOL
  6. by   Spidey's mom
    It sounded like Alec Baldwin doing the voice-over.
  7. by   ElvishDNP
    Quote from Markperry
    Looking forward for tax cuts and especially for small business owners.

    Looking forward to deporting illegal aliens especially the ones with criminal records

    Building a Wall on our southern border

    National Pride coming back to the USA

    Stop bringing in immigrants from countries where ISIS is prevelant.

    I want to see racial division be gone, Obama breed this issue

    I want to see our Police and law enforcement get the target off their backs

    I want our government to support American and not have back door deals and send millions to Palestine and to Iran. Take care of Americans

    Stop sending our jobs to Mexico or China where a worker only makes a few dollars per day
    Might as well start shouting Deutschland uber Alles! and make sure your brown shirt is nice and crisp.
  8. by   NotYourMamasRN
    Hi Everyone,

    Sorry I haven't responded quickly. Thank you all for your responses. Some I agree with and some are the other side of the coin, so that helps with my assignment. I hope to be able to show a clearer picture of the different arguments. Thank you again!
  9. by   NotYourMamasRN
    Quote from azhiker96
    This is funny.
  10. by   Tweety
    Quote from Spidey's mom
    I'm hopeful that political correctness will be overrun as it should be and people can speak their mind without fear of being called names.
    This frustrates me. You afraid of being picked on? Getting your feelings hurt? You feel you can't speak your mind? Personally I speak my mind and can handle the heat.

    How about the SNL person that Tweeted about Trump's son and got fired? She couldn't speak her mind?

    There comes a time when people really have to be respectful and be called on for speaking their mind. It's called, respect, decency and manners.

    Watertown Daily Times | St. Lawrence County lawmakers censure LaPierre for Facebook post
  11. by   Tweety
    Apparently many of you are going to get your wish about Trump and some of his campaign promises.

    Wednesday in Trump’s America was the worst day yet.
  12. by   Tweety
    Quote from Spidey's mom
    YI'm hopeful that political correctness will be overrun as it should be and people can speak their mind without fear of being called names.

    Of course, sometimes it is a bit much. It's a bit much. Someone should be able to say "I'm against gay marriage" and not be called a hateful bigot. On the other hand, if people are speaking decently from their heart and with conviction, they should be a snow flake and whine about not being able to speak their mind and degrade others for being politically correct.
  13. by   toomuchbaloney
    Maybe an example of speaking one's mind and they being called names is in order.

    We recently demonstrated in large scale that there are millions of Americans who have some pretty hateful and ugly things on their minds and hearts. I'm sure some of those people might be called names when they double down on their sentiments.