Give Trump a chance

Cecil Whig - - FRONT PAGE -

FROM: L. WAYNE FEEHLY PER­RYVILLE

I have read in let­ters to the ed­i­tor about sev­eral peo­ple who say they have voted Demo­cratic all of their lives. I as­sume they voted in ev­ery elec­tion, which means they voted for Obama, both terms, and that is noth­ing to brag about. Now they all know that Hil­lary Clin­ton is run­ning for pres­i­dent. And they all know that she can’t be trusted. If she lied to Congress un­der oath, what makes you think that she won’t lie to ev­ery­one else?

Hil­lary has a long records of ly­ing. She had eight years un­der Bill Clin­ton and four years un­der Obama, and was the worst Sec­re­tary of State on record. What more can you ex­pect? It’s probably not her fault, be­cause she doesn’t know what the truth is. She would rather tell you a lie on credit than to tell you the truth for cash. She would put Pin­no­chio to shame.

And have you no­ticed that all the syn­di­cated colum­nists — the ones who give their opin­ions to lots of other pa­pers but are all from the Wash­ing­ton Post, in­clud­ing Ge­orge Will, Eugene Robin­son, Kathleen Parker, Dana Mil­bank and a cou­ple more who I can’t think of — just spit out their opin­ion even when they should know what the score is. You can’t make out what they are try­ing to say be­cause they just want to show off their ed­u­ca­tion so bad that they make up words that we’ve never heard of. They ought to stick to Wash­ing­ton and let the world make up its own mind.

You can’t hold it against Don­ald Trump that he’s rich. He is not tak­ing do­na­tions for his cam­paign be­cause he doesn’t want to be in­debted to any­one or cor­po­ra­tion.

I say give him a shot, he can’t hurt it any more than it is right now with this do-noth­ing Congress. They can im­peach him, but they don’t know how. They’ve al­ready proven that.

All I can say is “God Bless Amer­ica” or what­ever is left of it.

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