The LuLac Edition #3218, May 28th, 2016
If anything these thugs, punks and empty headed “activists” are going to make Trump more powerful and popular.
Freedom of speech is one thing. Protest if you want. But when you become part of the story, when you become unreasonable, when you deny Mr. Trump, or Mrs. Clinton or Mr. Sanders and his supporters the right to say what they want, when they want and wherever they want, you lose your argument. You cease to be taken seriously.
You become what you say you oppose, fascists.
Or worse yet, clowns who mug for the cameras and give obscene gestures to an international and national TV audience.
You become intellectual thugs and further reinforce and fortifies the Trump anger.
This weekend we remember those who fought for our right to speak free of retribution. That includes preventing each other from saying what we want. Denying Trump or anyone else the right to speak is not only rude and ignorant, but unpatriotic.
It tarnishes the memory of the people we remember this weekend.
They died so you could be ignorant ass wipes.
Every time a rock is thrown, you cheapen their sacrifice.
Voit, who is the Republican nominee for PA State Treasurer, is the first statewide Republican candidate from the Keystone State to endorse Trump.
"Today, I join with millions of Pennsylvanians and voters across this nation in endorsing Donald Trump for President. He has proven time and again that he has the resolve and courage to do the things others do not have the stomach to undertake or even say.
"We need to shake things up in Washington, DC and in Harrisburg. We cannot get our nation and this state back on track if we keep fostering the culture of cronyism and selfishness in our political system.
"Like me, Donald Trump has real world business experience and he is not afraid to make the tough call on important issues regardless of political correctness or ruffled feathers. This is something that is crucial for any successful leader and a lesson I learned during my military career." Voit said.
About Otto Voit
Otto Voit has over 30 years of experience in the fields of finance, accounting and operations. His experience includes serving as CFO for an Inc. 500 company, CFO/partner in a software company, CFO/General Manager for Keystone Industries, General Manager for a retail home goods chain and as President of a privately held investment company.
Otto is also a veteran of the Persian Gulf War and previously served with the the 101st Airborne Division. He is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants. Mr. Voit resides in Berks County, Pa with his wife of 27 years, Sheryl.
In November of 2015, Otto unveiled his PACheckbook.com initiative. It is a user-friendly web portal that will give Pennsylvanians the ability to search for the details of spending subsidies and tax expenditures for all state government entities. It will chronicle state expenditures by year and include the categorical breakdown of each year's spending on different sectors.
“We should be remembering the men and women of our armed forces every single day of the year as Americans, but we set aside this day specially to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country. To paraphrase General George S. Patton, it is one thing to mourn their deaths, but it is much better to thank God that such heroes lived in the first place. On this Memorial Day, let us all give thanks to those who laid down their lives so that the rest of us may live in freedom in the greatest nation the world has ever known.”