Voter who supported Trump in 2016, based on his policies, now regrets that choice

Posted 21 August 2018 at 7:49 am


It’s a matter of fact that I supported and voted for Donald Trump in 2016. Not because I was inspired by him or because I hated Hillary, I just happened to agree with Mr. Trump’s position on several key issues. It is also a fact that I have come to regret that decision for reasons I will not entertain here.

Does this somehow suggest that now I too am “inspired” by Hillary as Mr. Atwell openly accuses Mr. Capurso? Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think Mr. Capurso mentioned being inspired by anyone in his recent letter. Nor do I recall Mr. Capurso accusing Mrs. Gregoire of having Trump’s values simply because of her inspiration one way or the other. The fact is, if Mr. Capurso can be assessed with saying anything of a personal nature regarding Mrs. Gregoire, it is his admiration for her by taking an active role in the political process. Personally, knowing what I know now, SpongeBob would have proven “most inspiring” had he been on the ballot in 2016.

I need neither the Fake nor Faux news to know without doubt that Al’s letter was pretty much spot on. The good Lord blessed me with parents who taught me right from wrong, a brain to understand The Golden Rule, ears to know a lie when I hear it and most of all … eyes to finally see that this President (whom I voted for) has no clothes. And here’s a shocker, neither Hillary nor Obama has anything at all to do with it! If anyone has projected their values personally on another in this recent exchange it is not Mr. Capurso.

It was asked: “Who is worse, a liar and a cheat or a liar and a cheat? Does it really matter who inspires who …?” Benito Mussolini and Adolph Hitler so much inspired each other’s political aspirations that it would ultimately lead to the deaths of well over 60 million people or 3 percent of the world’s population. In my humble opinion Jeff, it indeed DOES matter.

Lastly, if the “No Vacancy” sign is on the “whining room” door as previously stated, whoever’s in there please be sure to flush – maybe twice. “Two years” doesn’t even come close to get us to which lies, rather … I mean, what lies at the end of this long dirt road.


Tom Graham


AHS, ’78