We can’t suffer another buffoon as our president


Let’s skip the hysterics over the crude sexual references that Donald Trump made in private conversation 11 years ago. If this was 1960 I could understand it - but it’s not 1960, it’s 2016 and I can spit further than you have to go to hear younger women talk the same way in public.

This is a new age that I don’t particularly like, but it is what it is.

The important thing is that this country is in deep trouble. We have survived buffoons as president.

But if we elect Hillary Clinton it will be an admission of a lowered standard of morality than even Trump’s remarks reach.

Jim Barber



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CarlR 2 years, 5 months ago

Where are the comments posted before the website change? Mr Barber is once again babbling and spewing nonsense. Question, barber, will you accept Sec Clinton as President of these United States when she is elected, or, like would be king don, would you not accept the election results?


cconover 2 years, 5 months ago

What's tiring about Jim Barber is that he's so partisan. Obama and Bush could do the exact same thing, but Barber would call Obama a "buffoon" and he'd defend Bush until the end of his days. All we hear from Barber is defending Trump over and over again no matter what he does and how terrible a President Obama is, despite the fact that the economy is in SO much better shape today than it was in 2009. Yes, we know the debt is huge, Mr. Barber, yet you support Trump's additional tax cuts for the rich with no way to pay for them, making our debt even larger. What I'd really like to hear about is good direction for the town and the country without constant defense and attacks against the two disasters currently running for president.