Tempest in a Teapot: A Sh*thole by any other name

 

 

By Girdis Eckstein

That tempest line came to mind after listening to the news for the second day. Oh, my, how the little news-worms carried on. At first I thought the country had been covered with shameful, foul language that we should never live down. Then, what was the tempestuous event that had so rattled news-Illuminati? Nothing greater than the president using a bit of salty language, the very thing ignored and bleeped away for any other person in political power.

However, we must remember that Trump, the outsider, must be taken out or, by any means, be reduced to wretchedness.

Herein lies the hypocrisy. Ask yourself honestly, would you rather have your president call another country a s…hole or would you rather have Hilary Clinton, aspiring president, call half the people she so much desired to govern “deplorable,” a term slightly more elevated than it its other form, which is “disgusting.”

I, for one, can forgive the unsophisticated s…hole, as it is the unvarnished truth that I have observed in my travels, while I cannot forgive Hilary and the political humorists on the left who call my president an a..-hole and worse.

Those of us who despise political correctness are not offended by Trump’s candor speaking of the bad places in the world, but we are thoroughly disgusted by the horrible labels put upon us by the left.

Girdis Eckstein is a Ventura County Resident


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One Response to Tempest in a Teapot: A Sh*thole by any other name

  1. Neil SANKEY January 14, 2018 at 7:26 pm

    I totally agree, I, too have seen it, it IS as he says. What is, IS ! (who said that!)

    Reply

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