We should keep our comments appropriate. While the two worst days in America’s history were Election Day 2008 and Election Day 2012, these comments are pushing boundaries. The problem isn’t really that an evil, drug-addled, anti-American, socialist thug is in our White House - it’s that enough voters supported him even after they saw what he was to put him within the margin of fraud a second time. American voters who chose this twice scare me.
I agree, the REAL PROBLEM is the people who vote, even moreso than the president. Then there’s the disturbing fact that plenty of people don’t care about what goes on in the world beyond their own house. For instance, is it bad that an ever-increasingly growing number of pro-apartheid forces are ganging up on Israel? Sure it is, because as Israel and other nations fall, it will isolate immensely the tolerance toward everyone from women to Jews, to homosexuals if the anti-israel ideology has it’s way, and achieves a Second Holocaust.
“While the two worst days in Americas history were Election Day 2008 and Election Day 2012”
My birthday is November 4. My wife’s birthday is November 6. This is not a happy household.
I agree, the two worst days in American history were election days, ‘08 and ‘12, worse than 9-11, worse than 12-7-’41.
We were able to overcome those, I’m not certain America can survive these.