Posts in category "human rights"
Trump in China was welcomed with song, And was toasted, perhaps, with oolong. He took in the sights, Didn’t talk human rights, And on trade spoke like nothing was wrong.
The president says that he loves all the Dreamers. Yet he’s letting them hang on a limb. Let’s hope that he does the right thing for all them Or why should they ever love him?
“Every one to whom much is given, of him will much be required; and of him to whom men commit much they will demand the more.” Luke 12:48 We talk about health care on buses, in cabs; But the knowledge we have comes in dribbles and drabs. The debate sometimes ranges From mandates,... Read more »
“You, you said that they — What’d you say just a minute ago? They had to wait and save their money before they even thought of a decent home. Wait? Wait for what?! Until their children grow up and leave them? Until they’re so old and broken-down that — You know how long... Read more »
Trump reminds many of this dictator, A notorious human rights hater. Mussolini, by name. They may not be the same. But Trump seems like a good simulator.
“It remains unclear how Trump will behave after his inauguration, but his tweets and actions during the transition leave plenty of room for misunderstandings both domestically and diplomatically.” [katu.com] At the times now when peace and good will are unfurled, We know wisdom must guide every word stitched and purled. Let it be... Read more »
For Clinton I voted for which I am proud. And I firmly believe she did win too. In no time at all we’ll be crying out loud, “Here’s another fine mess he’s got into!”
Now Trump will be put to the test. Though I’m not sure how well he has known it. His decisions will be second-guessed And each policy failure he’ll own it.
“Trump has repeatedly lauded Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un for their ability to control their people.” [people.com] Why is it that Russia does want a Trump win? The question’s ignored by the e-mail din. Is it that Trump caters To fascist dictators Like Assad, Kim Jong-un, and Putin?
“We must learn to live together as brothers and sisters. If not, we will perish.” [Congressman John Lewis] In Dallas five innocent officers died Protecting the right of assembly outside. Let us not solely call out Whose fault in the fallout. But heal the wounds joining hands unified.