Rhetoric can be fun and illustrative but in the end, it’s just words. Words may or may not define a person. Actions speak not only louder, but should totally dominate a discussion of who someone is. Words are literally hot air, warm ink or cyber bits, but actions are reality. A bad person DOES bad things. All people SAY bad things. Judge them by what they do.
I am more than a little shocked that Trump’s decade old locker room bravado has hurt everything his actions have demonstrated. He’s built over 500 companies that employ thousands of people with many women sitting at the top of the corporate heap.
Every man in a locker room has said things similar to Trump and has spoken about his appendage being bigger than the next guy’s. Whoop-di-f&%$ing-do. The words don’t align with their actions when the same man calls his wife and asks if she needs anything from the store on the way home. The same man loves the ladies in his life and would be devastated without reciprocation from his wife, daughter, mother, sister, aunt, grandma etc. The locker room men are good men who say stupid shit while calming down after competing. Trump has apologized for his words and has nothing to apologize for when it comes to his actions. If we disregard words and judge him by his actions, Trump is a good man.
On the absolute opposite end of the spectrum sits Hillary. Her public words have always been meaningless. As a Senator, she talked about creating jobs then ran jobs out of New York. As Secretary of State she murdered entire nations and hung frantic Americans out to dry in Benghazi. Those are actions, they should define her, not the empty lies that she spews so well.
Her knowns being scary enough, I fear that all we know about Hillary is just the tip of the iceberg. A just and rational world that judges people by their actions would be horrified to look into the eyes of a terrified Juanita Broaddrick as she testified to Breitbart about Bill Clinton raping her twice in 35 minutes and nearly biting her lip off.
You don’t believe Juanita? How about Paula Jones or Kathleen Willey or even Monica Lewinsky? Monica was more of a teacher-raping-willing-student scenario, but Monica was raped nonetheless. Any resistance by Monica would’ve been dealt with summarily. Bill wasn’t one take no for an answer and he knew that the silencing element of his team would show no mercy. Enter Hillary. It would be a special person who could look a rape victim in the eyes and say “If you think round one was bad, baby, you haven’t experienced round two yet. Shut your fucking mouth or those 35 minutes will turn into 30 years of pain.”
Hillary’s just a good woman protecting her man right? Kathleen Shelton was a 12 year old girl and was raped by a scumbag. Hillary defended the scumbag and got him acquitted. I don’t have a problem with competent counsel winning. I’ve seen lawyers disgusted by the scum they represent, but they believe in the principles of justice that say everyone has the right to a fair trial. None of these lawyers celebrate that their client is back on the street. They appreciate the consequences of their legal actions.
Twice, Hillary is taped laughing about getting her guy off. She hasn’t the human component that would inspire a twinge of sadness in such a victory. And on it goes. An endless string of credible Bill Clinton rape victims followed up with an endless string of Hillary follow ups, threats and intimidation.
It astounds me that the actions of the Clinton rape team are nullified because she spews hot air to the contrary. At the same time, we nullify Trump’s grand benefits because he spoke like a cretin. Before people vote, they should ask themselves what they think is more valuable in defining a person – actions or words? Whatever the choice, things will be crystal clear.
Dennis has been to 35 countries and carried a gun in most of them. He's worked as a soldier, policeman and intelligence operator before and during the Bosnian war. When looking into the abyss, he found that it has several faces and names that can and should be identified. A Henchman's Honor tells the story of his path to discovery and blows the lid off the organization of evil.