Opinion on factual accounts of interest in the Exeter area based on National, State and local politics.
Sunday, August 16, 2015
IT IS CAMPAIGN SEASON AGAIN!!!
I haven’t been keeping up with my blog
partly because I’ve been on the go and secondly if I wrote on everything that
has been happening I would not have time for anything else, so I have very much
enjoyed being a bystander for a change. Thanks for all the phone calls you have
me back on track.
I think we all watched the Fox News debate;
I thought it was pretty sad when Fox finally admitted it was set up to trip up
Trump.To me it was obvious when Megyn
Kelly didn’t seem to ask questions but seemed to make accusations.I think Trump did OK in his usual Trump way,
Rubio and Cruz did well also.
If there was a loser it was Fox News, I
understand they got tons of bad email about how the debate was set up and
handled, Kelly acted like a third year law student trying to interrogate a
professional criminal, she just didn’t get the job done.So her attempt at being a big player in national
politics is a major failure; but, you have to keep in mind Trump is not an
establishment candidate pick.
The one issue that most of the
candidates agreed upon was to get rid of Obama care and not passing the Iran
nuclear deal.I don’t quite understand
Obama’s love for Iran; but, he did give way the shop.I strongly suspect he took major under the
table political contributions from Iran for his political campaigns, why else would
he sell out our country and that is what he did.
What Bam Bam’s administration has done
is guaranteed that Israel wipes out Iran.There is no way Israel will allow Iran, a country who consistently talks
of wiping Israel off the map to get nuclear weapons to attack them, so good bye
Iran and nice job Bam Bam.This Iran
treaty that was supposed to keep nuclear weapons from proliferating in the Middle
East is a total sham and failure.Already some of the other Middle East countries are talking to Pakistan
to buy some, good job boys, I feel safer already.
I was born in NH and have lived in Exeter since I was about 3. I went through the Exeter public schools for grades 1-12 graduating in 1965. After a 5yrs 5 mo's and 11 days of a slight misunderstanding with some asian communist (37 months on combat tours) I have lived in Exeter for all my life. I am married to Dorie and have 3 grown children, Matt, Alexa and Amanda.