Tossing Salt Presents:
October 12, 2017
Are you ready to get political? It’s not about right or wrong since the Libs are wrong and I’m obviously right. Or am I? There’s a site called “Opposing Views” out of Los Angeles and they claim to have “no agenda”. Yeah, tell me another one. But the questions are good and I love to read the comments. My brain cells don’t because an average page of reader comments can lower a person’s IQ by triple digits. But what the hell, we only live once. They ask the questions and I have the answers. Let’s do this…
Do you think President Trump deserves more respect than he gets these days?
Absolutely. Whether anyone likes it or not, Trump is the President of the United States and was elected into that office by the American people. Just that alone should assure a degree of respect regardless of if you like or agree with the man and his policies or not. The fact that he’s trying to keep his promises and repair the damage done by eight years of Obama’s failed policies and weak leadership should make it even more required. Trump is like the mean parent. He doesn’t have to be your friend, but is here to keep you safe and make things better, as best he can, regardless. That should matter.
Rev. Franklin Graham says Christians and Muslims absolutely do not worship the same God. Do you agree or disagree?
I disagree in that I personally feel that there is only one true God and supreme force. It doesn’t matter if you call him God, Allah, or Joe, there is just one. The different ways of worship and different religious beliefs come from the different interpretations of his words, put into words written by man with obvious slants and biases in those words. Which is the right set of beliefs? I honestly can’t say, but I know what I was told and taught growing up and what I believe personally. And for me, that has to be enough.
Yes or no: Is Hillary Clinton guilty of criminal behavior?
Do liberals hate free speech (when it doesn’t agree with them?) Is Bill Clinton a rapist? Did Obama lie to the American public about Obamacare (if you like your doctor – you keep your doctor)? Do Hank Jr. and Kid Rock drink Jim Beam? Are more whites shot by police officers every year than blacks? The answer to all of these and the original question about Hillary are the one and the same and that is not only “Yes”, but “Hell Yeah!”.
Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton were recently voted as two of the most admired women in the world. Do you admire them?
Who did the voting for this? Where was the polling taken? At the DNC headquarters? Michelle and Hillary are not women to be admired. Actually Michelle is okay for someone who was never proud of her country until her husband became President and is actually a drag queen that makes Katilyn Jenner look like an Olympic Gold Medal Male Athlete. Oh wait, he / she was. Forget that comparison then. But Michelle is a joke and Hillary is a liar, a hypocrite, a criminal and a stupid idiot who belongs on “The List!”. So do I admire them? Not really.
People on welfare have to take a drug test to receive taxpayer funds. Does that mean Congress should be drug tested too?
I think that everyone in public service, from the people elected to office in Washington, be it President, Senator, Congressman, Congressional Aide, Governor, Mayor, City Council Member (I’d love to see the results for the City Council here… lol), or whatever… test them all, ramdomly and regularly and if they fail, they get the boot, no questions asked.
Who will get your vote in 2020: Trump or his Democratic opponent?
It’s a little early to think about that since we’re not even through with 2017 yet, but I think it’s safe to say that hell will freeze over many times before I ever vote for a Democrat for President again, especially if the Obama and Clinton powers-that-be still have any say in picking who the next candidate is.
In a recent poll, almost 100% of Trump voters said they would vote for Trump again over Hillary. Would Trump get your vote again?
Is it okay for employers to require employees to speak English?
If you’re living and working in the United States, where 99.5 % of the business transactions are done in English and the vast majority of people who would be customers or would be dealt with in a work-place situation are people who speak primarily English, I don’t think it’s too much to ask for an employer to ask that his employees speak English. It’s pretty much common sense.
And there you go. That’s all folks. Comments, thoughts and questions are welcome. Until the next time, stay safe. Have a great one.