My parents were never on the left, but they both were Jeb Bush-type GOP. He was so polite and moderate that he didn't scare them.
Trump scared them.
But, God bless them both, they voted for him rather than see Hillary win.
My mother now supports him because all the right people hate him-- and that tells her that he's doing the right thing.
No problem. As for the safety of keeping things the same, that was getting us nothing and nowhere except worse every day.
I was not a fan of the Bush family, except for that one day when Dubya was on the pile down at Ground Zero.
So Jeb was even further down on my "DO NOT RESUSCITATE
THIS CAREER" list.
That is the most recent show that my friend was telling me about -- she wanted to watch it for the guests, but it was horrible and even her Christian sister said, "why are you watching that garbage?" It was all about Trump-bashing.
@Lisa22 Yes, the man is offensive in the extreme. Has been for years, but Trump has outed his really hateful nature. He's like Jim Carrey with a talk show.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.