hate him passionately should read this article.

When I read various blogs, I occasionally come across what I would describe to be passionate  blind hatred for President Trump. Some bloggers even state that even though they do not totally disagree with President Trumps political goals on certain issues, they dislike his style or even hate him personally. Many blog passionately on the need to impeach Trump.

However, in today’s Chicago Tribune a columnist touched on the subject in an article titled, Trump is slashing knots that bound Obama, Bush, and Clinton.

I highly recommend everyone read it. Perhaps Trump haters might use some common sense thinking to help change or reduce their personal hatred about Trump’s style.

King Solomon

He who is slow to anger has great understanding, But he who is quick-tempered exalts folly.  A tranquil heart is life to the body, but passion is rottenness to the bones. (Proverbs 14:29, 30)

a heart free from wrath, anger, and envy, and such like passions and perturbations; this contributes much to the health of the body, and the comfort of life: or a “healing heart”, or “spirit” (i); that is humane, kind, and friendly; that pities and heals the distresses of others, and makes up differences between persons at variance: (Excerpt Gils HERE)

In My Opinion

Frankly I find it hard to comprehend because President Trump won the election. If his haters  do not want him to win the next election, they should be presenting their ideas to voters now what they will do to solve the reasons why voter chose Trump  in the last election.

Perhaps if they did, it might contain their anger that has a risk of making themselves physically sick stewing about the results of the last election.

It also appears to me that much of Trump’s anger is a result of defending himself from personal attacks against him from those who hate his personal style instead of National issues. For example, what would they do to reduce trade deficits, border issues, reduce the national debt, pay for health care, or whatever their concerns,

You Decide

If after reading the article, should we just all calm down and recognize President Trump is not a politician. However, his style seems to be obtaining results that the voters want and the previous predecessors failed to succeed.

Regards and goodwill blogging.

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