We should all respect the office of the President of the United States. However, I find it difficult to transfer that respect to the body that sits in the seat today. For me, this has been caused in part by his relinquishing to the United Nations a portion of his important authority and power.
In David Horowitz’s “Rules for Revolution,” we are given all kinds of reasons to be suspicious of “the man in the seat’s” socialistic-communistic leanings and their introduction into many branches of government today.
We have three more years to suffer with the actions and philosophies of the man in the seat. Then through recognized and accepted and Constitutionally supported means, the man in the seat can be removed — your vote.