I find the need to apologize for the dis-continuity in yesterday’s post. I use an HP lap top with that silly little touch pad. I have trouble with my sleeves dragging over that pad while typing for any length.
That dragging does wondrous and evil things to the text. Some times deleting whole pages and sometimes moving other text into thos blank spaces in the blink of an eye. Yesterday is a prime example. Three whole paragraphs were rearranged and moved, I didn’t think much of the screen blinking, used as I am to it.
I didn’t catch the error for several hours and when I did I decided to leave it as is. I’d forgotten the precise language I’d used to create the post in the first place.
On to Lindsay Graham. He’s a Congress member. He’s also a strong, by rumor, military supporter; and, as he is proud to point out, many retired military members live in his district for elections, they being a block he pays attention too.
Mr. Graham has been in the SEnate for many years. He is a Washington insider. He is dead set against Donald Trump. He says that Donald Trump is de-ranged, incompetent and he fears Trump’s finger on the nuclear trigger. Mr. Graham thinks Trump is not a party member (Republican) and would not support him.
Mr. Graham also indicated on FNC this morning that his colleague’s feel the same way about Trump. He says that Trump has tapped into some of the anger that people feel, shared by the way by Mr. Graham’s colleague’s, that Washington is broken and the voters don’t like it.
Mr. Trump, says Graham, has voiced that anger and is using it by speaking it back to the dis-satisfied voter and Trump supporters. And that is using that anger against the Republican party and will eventually tear the party apart.
Mr. Graham! I am a retired military member. I’m inclined to support Mr. Trump. Why? Because, Mr. Graham, you told the world that; yes, Washington is broken; that you are a Republican and against Trump, who you say is speaking my thoughts and you are against a truth you, your self acknowledge.
Listen to your self, Mr. Graham. Can you hear yourself any better than you have listened to us, the voter. Those of us that might support Trump are being called by you mad, stupid and unknowing, through calling him those things and you denigrate our thoughts —
As do so many Washington insiders that disregard and do not listen to the voters. There are different revolutions than shooting guns.
Mr. Graham. You may have been correct when you said Bernie Baby and Trump symbolized opposite poles of the same revolution.
Pay attention to what you speak, Mr. Graham, even if you will not listen to the voters.
From the reaches,