Also for the record, that is an (ATF) cap he’s wearing, ..
“Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms.”
Kinda’ gives one a warm and fuzzy feeling to know that “we,” and/or, America is protected by such intellect.
But then, when you understand that we elect our leaders in America these days by “who” has the best relationship with the press, none of the images above are that far out of line with the mentality of the average American.
According to Webster: “in·tel·lect,” n. The ability to learn and reason; the capacity for knowledge and understanding.
Not that I am in any way shape or form explicating that the average American isn’t laden with knowledge.
According to Webster: “lad·en,” v. (in context) Weighed down with a heavy load.
Americans; (on average), are “laden” with more information and knowledge than any other demographic on the planet.
The drawback in America is; sadly; …
In my youth, I “earned” my pocket money and occupied my time by cutting grass…
Not smoking it.
One of the most outrageous doctrines in America today is the touting that if a young man or young woman does not attend a university, “he, she or they” will be (irreconcilably) disadvantaged for life.
..is a four letter word, it holds no ill connotation.
Currently America is being led by an individual whose only real work experience…
..was soliciting folks on the street to help working folks spend their money.
And “filling in” at the University of Chicago…
..as a (part-time), “Guest” instructor.
Think about it, the Democrats in Minnesota elected a guy that couldn’t make it as a comedian to represent their state in the Senate.
(Al Franken – Minnesota’s laughable Senator).
So what does it take to become a “Governor” in America, is being “qualified” a consideration any more, or has (celebrity) kicked qualifications under the bus?
Let’s take a quick look back at Ronald Reagan, America’s “Regent,” and/or, (first) celebrity commander-in-chief.
Was Ronald Reagan actually qualified to be the president of the United States?
And of course, since we live in a nation that pretty much has two schools of thought on everything, the answer is yes and no.
Going with (yes), because of [George W.] and [Barack H.] ..I wholeheartedly agree that anyone could be president of the United States.
Going with (no), the question of “ability and character” come into play, which (being a “common sense” conservative), are (to me), more important than grin and swagger.
Question: What makes a good leader? (in my opinion), its simple, honesty and integrity.
Abraham Lincoln – United America.
I’ll take an individual, man or woman, who understands the difference between right and wrong and chooses right over wrong in practice…
The Obamas – Divided America.
..over an individual who doesn’t understand the difference between right and wrong and practices self-indulgence as his way of life.
According to Webster: “hon·est,” (in context) Not deceptive or fraudulent.
According to Webster: “in·teg·ri·ty,” (In context) The quality of being whole or undivided.
The plaque on the Statue of Liberty provides an invitation…
Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, ..
The plaque invite’s individuals seeking to make a better life for themselves a place to (breathe) free,…
..not a place to (eat) free,
..or live in a government subsidized home,
..and receive subsidized healthcare.
Society these days refer to these programs as social justice, when I was growing up, society referred to people who lived off the labor of others as freeloaders…
Albeit America is a nation that was founded to accommodate everyone, (to include our detractors), the Constitution (is not) and (never was) intended to be an adoption agreement.
Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back tomorrow