Donald Trump — a candidate who forsakes giving any kind of real speech and instead, by some sort of bizarre need to over-pitch a deal or fact so that even he can swallow the mass of gross fictions fighting for dominance in his mind — has won in Kentucky.
President Barack Obama — a soft-spoken and thoughtful man who, with calm and comfort, saved the world from economic collapse and the resulting world war while swatting away the neo-fascist fear- and lie-spreading politicians and their smirking but well-honed propagandist minions — has lost in expanding moral and fair human reasoning and logic.
The economy is expanding rapidly outside Kentucky but not here because high tech can’t stand Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Beware, Trump’s values are valueless. Kentuckians are better people than thousand-foot-wall types, beaters and haters. But maybe not.
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Be strong because Trump knows how to grind people down by unstable talking and over-communicating irrelevant information — stopping in the middle of a thought and going off in another direction; totalitarian physical posturing while whining; dragging on and on, complaining, griping and endlessly boasting, pretending to be better than he is.
He thinks he’s cool. Can you believe it? I guess a president can be insane.
Ken C. Arnold