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The current president of the United States is a “whiney baby.” Ever since he was elected to the presidency, he’s been a whiney baby. He whines about the Republicans because they oppose him on political issues. He blames the Republicans, George W. Bush, Fox News, and his skin color for all of his failures. He whines that people don’t like him because he’s black. Excuse me, Mr. President, but you’re only half black. Like I tell my black Obama zombie friends, I have as much in common with him with regard to racial make-up as you do. They don’t like to hear that, but it’s true.

Of course, his followers/zombies whine about how disrespectful Obama is treated. I often see photos pop up on my Facebook news feed about how the Obama family is so disrespected in spite of the class and dignity they have brought to the presidency. Class and dignity…my you know what!

Okay, you libs, in case you haven’t noticed it, every president since George Washington has been criticized and poked fun of by his political opponents. I confronted a liberal friend who is the originator of many of these posts and asked her why this president was so special that he couldn’t be opposed, criticized, or even poked fun at. After giving me a surprised, bug-eyed look, I told her to get out of the sixties and into the twenty-first century.

Fast forward to Donald Trump, international business man and candidate for the Republican Party’s nomination for president of the United States. Just like Obama, Donald Trump is a whiney baby. He has thin skin and pouts when things don’t go his way. Even though my views on the issues are more in line with Trump’s than with Obama’s, I have concerns about a Donald Trump in the White House. Will he whine like Obama when Congress tries to block him? Will he use his pen to sign into place, executive orders like Obama does? Will he blame everyone but himself when he can’t implement parts of his agenda?

There is one difference between the Trump and Obama. Obama has the mainstream media on his side. His whining played right into the sympathies of our leftist media and the Obama followers/zombies. If Trump decides to employ the same tactics, he don’t be met by a sympathetic media. Instead, the media will hold him accountable for his failures and will also seek to blame Republicans and Fox News for anything in which they’re dissatisfied.

As I indicated above, Donald Trump is an international business man and runs a conglomerate of privately held companies. In his world, whatever he says goes. If things are going wrong, he is able to throw fit after fit. He can scare people and he can fire people. He is the big kahuna.

In the public/governmental sector, it’s just not that way. He has a duty to protect the American people and to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America. He must operate within a government comprised of three separate branches. As president, Donald Trump will have no authority to pass laws or spend money. That’s the job of the legislative branch. A president Trump will also have no authority to interpret law, that’s the job of the judicial branch.

Does our current president acknowledge and respect our three co-equal branches of government? Of course not. But again, the mainstream media will not hold him accountable. You can bet your bottom dollar, though, that the mainstream media will hold a president Trump accountable.

So, there you have it. While their political ideologies are diametrically opposite, their personal traits are similar. They are both whiney babies. And the last think we need as the next president is a whiney baby.