... Letter To The Editor
I thank Jeff Bust for
writing and the Wisconsin State Journal for running Sunday's column,
'I'm Still Glad I Voted For Trump.' Very illuminating.
views on most issues, he declares, are "not attractive ... " And he's
tired of being "guilted" for "having a job, etc." He has decided that
any 'guilting' isn't about his unattractive (and unstated) views, which
would be about him, but rather about his "finding a way to live
comfortably." So it's really about them and their unreasonableness.
feels "this country does not have the right to spend future taxpayers’
money." But candidate Trump didn't campaign on fiscal responsibility
and President Trump has not made it a priority. His priorities have been a 'Muslim ban' and a border wall; features of his campaign.
"I don't like Trump either." But, "I voted for Trump because we can't
afford another president we simply like. We need one who does
something." And "I am happier with my vote every day."
either doing 'something,' is all this Trump voter needs (doubtful) or,
fiscal protestations aside, what he really wanted all along was what
candidate Trump proposed. So why, then, doesn't he like him?