‘Salty’ nature accompanied by results
Sometimes, people have a “salty” vocabulary and use this language many times in their everyday conversations. Our President Donald J. Trump happens to be one. Appreciating what the man is doing doesn’t mean we worship the salty person or even desire to be like him. It doesn’t mean God admires him, either. I think God just knows he’s necessary for a time such as this.
I believe God uses this no-nonsense, salty man to get the job done. God placed Donald Trump in our White House to give this nation one more chance. Donald Trump is what he is – and he is still the man he was before the election. I very much admire what that salty man is accomplishing.
He is not like me. That’s perfectly fine with me. I don’t want to be like him. I never would behave like him. It’s insane and a little mind blowing at times, but I can’t help admire the stamina and ability he has – acting with his heart rather than a calculated, politically correct, think-tank screened, carefully edited script.
I am excited with what he is doing for my nation, for the cause of Christ (whether intentional or unintentional, doesn’t really matter to me), and for the concept of rebuilding America and putting her first. I will not be ashamed of my position because others don’t see him through the same eyes.
Should it matter me if a fireman drops an F-bomb while he’s pulling me from a burning building? Would I really care about what came out of his mouth in those moments? I think not. I’d care about what he was doing. All I would be thinking in those moments is, “Thank God for sending the fireman.”
Donald J. Trump is our fireman. This man is crass, OK. He’s not careful with what he says. OK. You feel offended that he’s not a typical statesman. OK. But he is doing the job of rebuilding the nation my three sons served for in excess of 40 years. Don’t allow our America to become a hopeless cause by becoming a socialist country, please.