Time for change in the White house

This blog entry is a little lighter side viewpoint. Its about the people we see in our politics. This writer is tired of the same faces and the same names and the sames families. It’s time we bring fresh new talent into our White House.
Let me be very quick to say that this is not a criticism of the family of the current occupants of the White House. Socially, culturally, and really, they are just fine. And let me immediately say this has nothing to do with the children of our President. Like the Obama family, this writer would protect and defend his children against one and all. Yes, the kids are just fine.
During the Democrat convention, we saw the same old faces, the same tired expressions, the same families and names and all of the old celebrities and that old stuff. After all, the Clinton family has already occupied the White House for eight years and if we include Hilary as Secretary of States, and although she spend almost all of that time out of the country, we could say the Clintons have been at the White House for twelve years. And what was the chant I heard before, “No more Bushes!!” So, maybe we can chant no more Clintons.
As I said, this is intended as a lighter side blog. And in that spirit, I will tell you that I enjoyed looking at the Trump family. They are both a beautiful and a handsome family. They are new and they are different. And yes, I have seen the photos published by the New York Post and do not expect such to be true at the White House.
But it is time for a change of scenery. Time for new faces and refreshing personalities. Yes, even time for a little more pizzazz. Maybe, that is not enough reason to vote for a President. But, it is an interesting and delightful effect of the vote. So, although it probably shouldn’t be your reason to vote for Trump. Well, it can be a consideration.
Hope this brought you a smile.

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Retired army chaplain, Rotarian, moderately right of center on most issues, big on self reflection and self analysis.

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