Upon reading Andrew Fiala’s “On Ethics” piece on Donald Trump (Nov. 12), it became immediately clear that he wasn’t interested in providing readers with any kind of edifying insight into the results of the recent election.
What was clear, through the Machiavelli analogy and his “bullying” phraseology, was his disdain for anyone who thoughtfully followed a presidential candidate who offered an alternative to years of presidential abuse of our Constitution.
Since Professor Fiala so strongly espoused his political and social biases in his article, he must have been in total agreement with Hillary Clinton when she dubbed half of the winning candidate’s voters “deplorables.” It is at this point that I have to ask, “Who’s being intolerant and filled with hatred?” Maybe he should look at his own heart and attitude in regards to others who voted wisely and prayerfully.
I don’t believe for a minute that Trump voters were bullied into voting for him, nor do I believe that Trump will run his administration with anything other than honorable goals and objectives. His success in life and strong family values will make him a successful president of the United States.
Randy Berger, Fresno