Kirsters Baish| Why is it that liberals find it so easy to gush about Obama like he was the greatest President our country has ever seen, but when faced with the facts they tend to only see what they want to see? Just look at our country’s economy. President Trump has done more for our country’s economy in a year and a half in office than Obama did in eight years in office. You’ll never hear a liberal talk about that though.
The way partisanship generally works is that Republicans stand by Republicans and Democrats stand by Democrats, so it’s not surprising that liberals are sticking by Obama. But to see people who label themselves as “Republican” going against President Trump in such a vicious way is just unacceptable.
What’s worse is that this man remained silent through eight years of Obama.
Bush claimed that the late Arizona Senator “detested the abuse of power and could not abide bigots and swaggering despots.”
All this proves to be is a disgusting caricature that the left has created to describe Trump.
“(McCain) respected the dignity inherent in every life, a dignity that does not stop at borders and cannot be erased by dictators,” Bush went on.
Bush continued, making a sly comment about borders and “dictators.” It seemed to be a strike on Trump, taking into account that two of the biggest problems Trump is dealing with currently involve our country’s border security and comments from the left that Trump isn’t firm enough with strongmen like Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Why is it that the left continue to ignore, however, that Obama practically licked the boots of the mullahs in Iran?
Throughout the eulogy, Bush took jabs at Trump.