First thing in the morning the last thing I want to see is “The Donald” throwing his wallet around. Mr. Trump will not let sleeping dogs lay.
I thought that this question of President Obama’s status as a qualified U.S. citizen to be president was settled.
What I saw was an out-of-control madman demanding things and coming just short of blackmail on the national news. I am sure if I were to do this, even for five buck, I would be seeing a Secret Service agent coming to knock in my door to drag me downtown for a little Q&A. Mr. Trump, are you a bigot, or are you just sounding like one?
I have been around the world on Uncle Sam’s dime (and some contractor’s contracts, too). Everywhere except here I have had to carry papers proving who I was and what I was doing in their country, in third world nations not doing so will get you thrown in to jail. It sound like that is the type of world that Trump wants and he wants to be in control of it by merit of his bank account.
This tantrum that he threw makes him look like a bigot. “Where are your papers?” or “Aren’t you on the wrong side of my town?” are not questions to be asked in America” Maybe if we wore signs on our backs telling everyone who we were and what we were he might like this better. Show us your papers Mr. Trump, but I can’t come up with five million just now.
By J.L. Myers
(Editor’s note: For those of you who don’t follow Donald Trump’s activities, Mr. Myers was referring to Trump’s offer last week: “If Barack Obama opens up and gives his college records and applications, and if he gives his passport applications and records, I will give to a charity of his choice -- inner city children in Chicago, American Cancer Society, AIDS research, anything he wants, a check, immediately, for $5 million.”