Monday, August 8, 2016

Republicans of Low Moral Character

Republicans supporting Hillary Clinton over the Republican nominee are again raising their heads in an attempt to persuade more Republicans to vote for Hillary Clinton.

And talk about scare tactics, these supposed Republicans sound like Democrats!

In a letter which was reported by The New York Times, the Republicans who served in the administration of president George W. Bush question Trump’s knowledge of the U.S. Constitution as well as saying that Trump has no understanding of the importance of strategic alliances. They even go so far as saying that Trump does not understand the democratic values.

These so-called Republicans say that Trump "would be the most reckless president in American history."

Imagine that for a moment! This group of 50 former Bush administration officials did not come out to take Hillary Clinton to task over her emails which was indeed a breach of National Security, the Clinton Foundation's suspicious criminal activity, Hillary Clinton's lies, or her responsibility in getting Americans killed in Benghazi, Libya. 

By the way, all of what I just mentioned is proof Hillary Clinton has no knowledge, or completely disregards the U.S. Constitution; has no understanding of the importance of strategic alliances; and does not understand America's democratic values.

Those former Republican officials say that Donald Trump lacks the character, values, and experience to serve in the office. Yet they do not address that fact that Hillary Clinton's sleazebag character is not what we need in the White House. They don't say Hillary Clinton's lack of values, morals, and ethics are not the same as the rest of America. And no, these so-called Republicans do nopt address how our experience with Hillary Clinton, the scandals, her breach of National Security, her dis honesty, makes he ineligible to serve as the leader of our nation. 

But you think they targeted Hillary Clinton's shitty record? No! Instead they are working for the Hillary Clinton campaign by attacking Donald Trump.

After finding out about the letter as reported by The New York Times, Donald Trump appropriately summed up their comments by saying, "The names on this letter are the ones the American people should look to for answers on why the world is a mess. We thank them for coming forward so everyone in the country knows who deserves the blame for making the world such a dangerous place."

While all on the list of Trump attackers are indeed career politicians, one Republican in name only, RINO, on the list is former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge. And frankly, because of his sketchy past, I was surprised that he would be involved in saying that Donald Trump would be "the most reckless president in American history." 

Why was I surprised? Well first, since Donald Trump has no record as a politician, so I can only guess that he and the others are basing their opinion on what Donald Trump has said while on the campaign trail.

Second, I would really think that Tom Ridge would have thought twice about saying something like that considering his past actions and deeds. His record of recent involvements really stinks! 

Tom Ridge is the same ultra-Liberal Tom Ridge who in 2013 was a signatory to an legal brief submitted to the United States Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage.

But more importantly, this is the same Tom Ridge who supported the removal of the Iranian terrorist group known as the People's Mujahedin of Iran from the United States State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations within the last few years.

The Islamic Communist terrorist group known as the People's Mujahedin of Iran were placed on the list for killing six Americans in Iran during the 1970s and attempting to attack the Iranian mission to the United Nations in 1992.

The group was listed on the State Department list from 1997 until September 2012 when President Obama and Hillary Clinton had the Iranian terrorist group removed from America's list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. 

Tom Ridge, along with other former government officials and politicians including Democrat presidential candidate Howard Dean, were criticized for their support of the Iranian terrorist group. 

When subpoenaed during an inquiry about who was paying his speaking fees, Ridge and others did not deny receiving money from that group. Instead, they wrote an article for the National Review stating their position that the group should not be classified as a terrorist organization because only the United States listed it as a terrorist group.

Does that make sense? No. But it does have me asking how Tom Ridge who supposedly got speaking fees from an Iranian terrorist group thinks he's qualified to make the comment that Donald Trump would be "the most reckless president in American history"? 

Tom Ridge has supported a terrorist group within the last few years. So yes, I would think people would take that into consideration when hearing him campaign against Donald Trump and for Hillary Clinton.

So while it is a surprise that Tom Ridge would want to put himself in the spotlight after openly supporting an Iranian terrorist group, it is no surprise that Ridge would come out to say such a thing considering he endorsed Jeb Bush and then John Kasich after Bush's withdrawal from the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.

And yes, Tom Ridge has stated as early as last March that he would never endorse Donald Trump even if he were to become Republican nominee. Like Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Ted Cruz, and other Republicans in the Washington establishment, Tom Ridge would rather see Hillary Clinton win the White House.

Tom Ridge and the other so-called Republicans, all of those who penned that letter in The New York Times, actually want to see Hillary Clinton in the White House despite her criminal actions and deeds, her lies, greed, and dishonesty. 

Because I see people who support Hillary Clinton as being of the same ilk, I see her so-called Republican supporters as being individuals without honor, pride, or concern for America. I see Clinton supporters as people of low moral character.

And yes, that's just the way I see it.
Tom Correa


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