a reply to: TheLotLizard
I posted this idea a bit earlier (i'm not trolling)
For someone who is now supposedly the world leader, there was very little 'humility' on offer.
After all, 'you' are The One, Donald
Usually, when you takeover form someone, you praise the ground that your predecessor walked on.
if they have done something that you consider really
bad, you don't talk about it (enough is (not) said)
Leaders generally develop an idea, a certain 'vision' over time.
A 'vision' that could even encompass the 'non-believers' , that could create Scuttlebutt
"well ... let's see now...", is a start for a leader
I felt none of that during the inaugural speech
It felt as though there was a need to re-comfort the people who voted for him and nothing else.
Sure, he wanted to reassure people deeply involved with their religion, as well as people in danger.
All of which is all very good and noble, very comforting for tha USA, and quite right too.
From an International perception it's very bad : US isolationalism, believe it or not, is a good thing for nobody