The State of the Union is Worrying

Thom plus logo We are worried about global warming, all the lobbyists running government, that the economy will crash, that Trump will start a war, for the children that have been ripped from the mother's arms at the border, that Trump has sold this country out to other dictators around the world, and that Mike Pence will destroy the rights of women.

We are also worried because many of us are one paycheck away from the street and the next medical crisis may be unaffordable. But, most of all we are worried - what Trump might do - that we can't yet imagine. When you govern by whim - you get a worried electorate.


-Thom

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Kend 3 years 51 weeks ago
#1

Lobbyists hate him they can't buy him off. He is trying to stop them from making the trip so children will not be put through that. He has sold out to no one , finally someone is looking out for the best interest of Americans. Start a war? he is pulling out of one. Worried about money, wages are going up and taxes coming down. What has he done about rights?

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