Say what? Well, that's just a taste.
This same indifference that helped Trump carry the election has
continued into the early days of his administration. With it comes a
refreshingly freeing state of mind. Personally, I don't feel in any way
responsible for Trump, nor do I feel compelled to defend him against
Why? Because I voted for retribution.
"He's think-skinned and petty!" shrieks the left. "He takes everything personally!"
Good, I say. I want him to take attacks personally and deal out payback. I know I won't be the target, you will be.
"He's unpresidential! He'll destroy the integrity of the office!"
No, that's already happened. Remember, you elected a shit-talking
jackass who takes selfies at state funerals when he's not giving stealth
middle fingers to his opponents during debates. There is no dignity of
the office, not after Clinton and Obama.
"He's a narcissist! He's got totalitarian impulses!"
Yes, he's basically a mirror version of Obama. Except now, he'll be working for what I want. The end justifies the means. You taught me that.
There's more. Oh my yes. And I suspect this covers a lot of people:
And this is where everything funnels down to the very nexus of my
change in attitude from "Do unto others" to "I will do unto you what you
do unto me."
It's two words: Memories Pizza.
It was that moment that everything changed for me--not only the
harassment, fake Yelp reviews and the death threats that forced them to
temporarily close up shop--oh, that was bad enough, but the most
powerful man on Earth bullying a couple of small town pizza owners from
Indiana simply for expressing an opinion on a hypothetical asked of them
by a reporter with a malicious agenda? That was when I snapped.