BY – Celeste Epiphany Waite
Hear my voice, hear my dreams
Let us make a world, world, in which in I believe
Hear my words, hear my cries
Let me see a change through these eyes
You may think I won’t be heard
Still I raise this hand, spread this word
These words of fire, of hope and desire
And now I’ll let them free
Hear my voice, hear my dreams
Let us make a world in which in we believe
In which we believe
Hear my words, hear my choice
The moral fiber of the person who occupies the Oval Office matters to the vast majority of Americans. Across party lines and religious groups, say it is important to have a president who lives an honest, decent life. In looking at the beginning of Trumps impeachment, Trump was tied to the fact that the Ukraine may have been pressured to investigate H. Clinton. After four- years as president few deny that Trump misuses his power.
This president appears to be a pathological liar, rough, bullish and shows personal and professional evilness. I believe him to be a severely damaged human being and a treacherous president. Yet, the presidency deserves respect, even when the president does not. He is willing to say and do things that no other president in American history. Republicans’ are driven by only one thing, to defend their president at all cost, and they will do anything to protect him. At one time the Republican Party stood for truth, honor and integrity, no more.
I am certain that the Republican Party is thinking about their loss of power with Trump in office. It is too late to turn back, four years raced by in the blink of an eye, but it is not too late to make a logical decision about the future. My issue with Trump is the lies; I cannot forgive his moral wrongdoing, his malice and his assault on reality, the truth.
Trump has promised to create 10 million new jobs, is he counting that above the 22 million jobs that vanished due to the pandemic? He pledged to create 1 million small businesses, cut taxes, protect American jobs, and develop a Vaccine by the end of 2020. Return to normal by 2021; make medicines and supplies available for health care. Yet another answer to the question is to ask states to bid on the supplies.
He has pledged to bring back jobs from China, provide no contracts to those outsourcing to China. Hold China accountable for the spread of the Virus. Cut the cost of prescription drugs, lower healthcare insurance, cover all pre-existing conditions. Provide school choice to every child, teach American exceptionalism; American exceptionalism can best be defined as the belief that the United States has a duty to spread its ideals around the world. Trump wants to take limits off Congressional Terms, fund law enforcement, and deem drive-by shootings an act of Domestic Terror. He would dismantle human trafficking networks.
For the future, he want to launch a space force, establish a permanent presence on the Moon, send manned missions to Mars, win the internet race to 5G. Lead the world in clean drinking water and air? Stop endless Wars and bring all troops home, maintain and expand America’s military strength. Wipe out Global Terrorists; build a Cyber security defense system and missile defense system. Continue to nominate Supreme Court judges, defend the freedoms of religious believers and organizations, and support the second Amendments rights.
Creating an impossible list, probably, as the Democrats also create an impossible list. So the purpose of my research is to see how both parties’ promises will probably never see the light of day. Nonetheless, the worse choice of the two is Donald Trump. I am certain my Republican followers disagree with me; your comments are welcome as well as those from the Democrat party. I do not believe either can deliver what they base their presidency on; neither can tell the truth in some cases. No matter who wins we will still have to show a measure of respect for the position they hold.