Wednesday, November 9, 2016

My Reaction to Trump as President (Reminds me EXACTLY of The Little Red Hen; read it)



I really have so much to say.

First, this is a very historic time.  I am not sure to rejoice with all of the supporters or to try and help my friends to calm the heck down.  Inside, I am so happy.  It is amazing to see a candidate that no one seemed to want fight and win against the odds.

First, again, I am not a fan of the media and I don't rejoice just because Trump won.  I rejoice because I completely dislike how the media is one-sided and did not represent the opinion of the people in a very comprehensive and balanced way.  I am so happy to sit back and watch CNN, ABC, and all the celebrities complain because they tried, in a very biased manner, to push people to follow what they wanted them to follow and it didn't work.

I watched first hand the differences between Fox News and the other news channels and believe me it was not the same.  It was obvious how Fox was trying their hardest to be more balanced than the other news channels and they were also the only channel, in my opinion, to objectively support what trump is doing..

This is a happy day for people who do not like the media, pundits, pollsters, the establishment, and all others related.  That is why this is a happy day for me.  People are afraid; and this kind of fear (and I think a good fear) is exactly what our country needs right now.  Proof was in the belligerent maligning of Donald Trump so opening and conceitedly, which occurred all over the country; that was simply not right.  I sat (quietly mind you) in classrooms where the professor OPENLY maligned Donald Trump to their students, egging them on to join in.  Now in the place of open maligning we will get fear, and what I think is a healthy fear.

 Trump received none of the superficial support, so now, this to me is like the story of the Little Red Hen where thankfully these people, the cat (pundits), the dog, (media), and the billy goat (pollsters) will be ashamed to give any of their twisted assistance from today on.   I suggest everyone read the story of the Little Red Hen and that basically sums up this journey for Donald J. Trump.

Congratulations, Sir.





Little Red Hen        


On a bright sunny day, all the animals said,
"Wouldn't it be nice to have some bread?"

The little red hen and her chicks of ten
They started to lead the way.

"Who will help me plant some seed?"
Said the Little Red Hen to her animal friends.

"Not I," said the cat.  "Not I," said the dog,
"Not I," said the billy goat.

So the hen and her chicks did all the work
While her animal friends did nothing, but smirk.

They planted all the seed.

"Who will help me cut the wheat?"
Said the little red hen to her animal friends.

"Not I," said the cat.  "Not I," said the dog,
"Not I," said the billy goat.


So the hen and her chicks did all the work
While her animal friends did nothing, but smirk.

They cut down all the wheat.

"Who will help me mill the wheat?"
Said the little red hen to her animal friends.

"Not I," said the cat.  "Not I," said the dog,
"Not I," said the billy goat.

So the hen and her chicks did all the work
while her animal friends did nothing, but smirk.

They milled that wheat to flour.

"Who will help me bake some bread?"
Said the little red hen to her animal friends.

"Not I," said the cat.  "Not I," said the dog.
"Not I," said the billy goat.

So the hen and her chicks did all the work
while her animal friends did nothing, but smirk.

They turned that flour to bread.

"Who will help me eat the bread?"
Said the little red hen to her animal friends.

"I will," said the cat.  "I will," said the dog.
"I will," said the billy goat.

But the little red hen just shook her head
And she told them that they had to work for bread.

The cat felt ashamed, the dog felt to blame
and so did the billy goat.

So the hen and her chicks ate all the bread
while her animal friends just watched instead.

Next time there's a task, you won't need to ask
the cat, dog, and billy goat.



No comments: