When I first read Thomas B. Burnison’s letter, I thought the Herald must have made a mistake in the printing, substituting Democrats for Republicans (“It must be miserable being a Democrat,” Feb. 6).
It’s funny and sad that while on opposing sides, our argument is the same. Trump supporters think that Democrats are having meltdowns over the election; we actually believe that it’s the Republicans having the meltdown, as they bring it up all the time.
I never hear my fellow Democrats referencing the election, Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. Our issues with President Trump are not that shallow.
The comment was made that Democrats are crying, need diapers, etc. Now that’s funny, since it’s Trump who floats around as a giant hot air balloon baby in a diaper. He’s known as the Tantrum Tweeting Toddler.
Trump hasn’t gained respect from foreign leaders. I’m guessing Mr. Burnison missed the video of foreign leaders laughing at his boorish antics. Trump kissed the ring of Putin in front of the world in Helsinki. He threw the Warmbier family under the bus as he bowed down to Kim Jong Un, giving him a pass for their son’s death.
Trump is nothing more than a vindictive, angry teenager.
If you disagree with him, stand up to him, he doesn’t have the strength of character to tell you to your face, he tweets about it.
If Fox news doesn’t center their coverage all around him, he attacks them as well.
It’s tiresome reading from those who have fallen for the long-debunked conspiracy theories surrounding Iran’s money.
While some think Democrats live under a rock, I think many Trump supporters have taken one too many rocks to the head.
Joanne GravesForest Lakes