The Newnan Times-Herald


Trump doing what he said he would do

  • By The Newnan Times-Herald
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  • Aug. 09, 2018 - 6:13 PM

I was reading the article Mr. Jack Bernard wrote in NTH on 8/2/18, and I can say for sure he really likes to quote polls.

He has a poll for this and a poll for that. I wonder how he has any time for anything else, and, of course, all the polls he gives are ones he agrees with, and are anti-Trump.

If President Trump came up with a cure for cancer, liberals would find something wrong with it, like this is going to put some people out of work in the medical profession. I will say this for a fact, he is the only president that I can remember that is trying, and doing, a lot of what he said he would do if elected.

And all this talk of "we are a nation of immigrants." I was born in this country. My parents were born here. So were my grandparents. I am as much a native of this country as any Indian is, and the Democrats know that. It is nothing but a ploy to get their vote once they get in power again just like Hillary did by doing a lot more of her campaigning in black areas to get votes, and saying to herself we Democrats will be back to see you in four years to do it all over again, and the sad part is they keep falling for it

Mr. Bernard mentioned the fact that illegals are doing jobs that Americans won't do, and he is right about that, but why is it happening? It wasn't that way when I was growing up in the forties and fifties. It is happening because Democrats started paying people not to work – so you have a lot of people that have no incentive to make something out of themselves go for that like a child goes for ice cream.

And one other thing, I am tired of liberals calling anybody that doesn't agree with them on a subject that deals with other people a racist. We have bad people in every race that is on this planet. Always have and always will have. I simply believe everybody should obey the laws of the land regardless of what you look like, and if that makes me a racist you can spell it with capital letters.

Richard Morris