Well, Trump is at it again! The very idea of this man protecting us Americans, ridding the world of another terrorist, without getting permission from the very people who are trying to “save America” by impeaching him!

This isn’t the first time he has gone off on his own and done things to help keep America great. How dare he make trade deals, build an “unheard of” economy, provide jobs for thousands of people, cut regulations to aid companies and businesses to re-locate in the USA, and appoint conservative, constitutional judges, instead of “playing ball” with long-time congressional leaders like Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Chuck Schumer, Nadler, etc. to maintain the status quo!

Oh, the gall and arrogance of this uncontrollable man! Who does he think he is? The president of the United States? I guess he is delusional, thinking he “can do it all.” A normal person would finally grow tired of the opposition and fall-in-step with those who have gone before him, but not Trump! He is unrealistic, “eat up” with his own self-importance and un-touched and un-afraid. He seems to be stronger today than when he was elected. He feels that he is here to stay, that he can finish what he has started.

I have to admit that everything that has been done to stop him — the lies, witch-hunts, the conniving, slander, seem to run off his back like water off a duck’s back. Talk about a human dynamo. I’ve always heard that if you brag on someone long enough, he’ll work himself to death. You reckon? The saying comes to mind, “There never was a horse that couldn’t be rode, nor a cowboy that couldn’t be throwed!” Apparently Trump never heard that.

Who was it who exclaimed, “I’m mad as h- — and I’m not gonna’ take it anymore”? What do you think we can do? Everything that has been planned, made-up, dreamed up, tried, has failed over and over and seems to even turn out in his favor. People could move to another country.

From what I read, some would rather serve a terrorist like Qasem Soleimani than Donald Trump. What about facing the fact that he may be unstoppable, that we should “climb aboard and enjoy the ride!” Or admit that he could be right in what he’s doing? If we don’t do something, in five years, he will turn this nation into a country that is the envy of the world. He’s already got a good start.

Buddy Bankhead wrote this column from the banks of Moss Point.