Dear God Man, Don’t Vote for Trump
I just came across this video that I had heard about during the day today. It is about 20 minutes that you need to spend watching if you are in anyway thinking that Donald Trump is the man that could be our next president. Truthfully, I already knew all this, except for the Drumpf part, but John Oliver delivers it in a way that it completely deserves. Watch it! I’m looking at you Floyd, I’m looking at you.
[The video was removed because even though I agree with the instances John Oliver brings up, it may be deemed offensive to people who are looking for sound political commentary and he uses the same tactics I find so offensive in Donald Trump. I only posted this because I believe John Oliver has the means to make what so many people are ignoring about Trump, because they are ignorant and/or do not want to educate themselves about things beyond the hollow promises he is making. Even though I knew of the things John Oliver speaks about, his delivery brings the argument down to an immature level beyond what political discourse should be. Please forgive me.]
I have been darn surprised by the fact that so many people are endorsing this joke of a quasi-man, but there are the few who are coming out when they would have never said anything about politics before. And there are many others. I don’t think it’ll do anything for the way this is going on this “Super Tuesday” election. The reason I have come out so against him myself, is that he is so far from what I believe represents conservatism, decency, truth, character, that I have to speak up. Sure most of those qualities are not normally used to describe any political candidate these days, but I don’t want to have one person believing that since I am conservative, think that I am associated with this steam-roller candidacy. It is all God ordained I am sure, but my feeble mind can’t imagine the loss our society has suffered since the election of Bill Clinton, and I voted for that guy! Only the first time though. I remember my Nana saying to the television during the Clinton hearings about Monica, “Just leave him alone. What he does in his private life doesn’t matter to the good he does as president.” And then there was Bush II. People actually said that they didn’t want his faith to play a part in the decisions he makes for this country. I just about ripped my hair out at that point. Then we get a guy who runs on hope and change, and all our hope is gone and he didn’t change a thing. Politics, politics, Politics! Yarrgghhh! That is why we have Trump and I guess he is the candidate we deserve. Whomever we vote for in office this year, I vote for the one who will finish of America and our culture the quickest.
But I digress… Lord, You are our God. You are the one I depend on no matter what trials I myself am put through or the country You so graciously allowed me to be in at this moment in time, is put through. For you honor your people with trust. You give us this moment to spread the word about You. As I said before, so I’ll say again, there is no man who can offer any true hope, peace and security such as You can my God. I give you the glory whether you allow Donald Trump to be the man on the Republican ticket or not. You love him Lord as You love me. You love him in his shallow surety, and me in my prideful anxiety. You created each of us. He will have a great awakening Lord if he is to proceed all the way to the white house, that this leadership role is not what he expected it to be. Humble him Lord as You humble me everyday. And if there is another candidate who gets to the white house Lord, I pray that they bring Your name there. At least that there is honor and decency and character spoken of again. That those words are not just by-words, but that they carry weight and meaning. Humble Your servants Lord. Humble them once again.
Posted on March 1, 2016, in Pop Culture Scrutinizations and tagged Character, Decency, Donald Trump, Drumpf, Faith, Integrity, John Oliver, Max Lucado, Sovereignty, Trump. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.