Words Or Deeds?

Which is more powerful, words or deeds?

While the argument can be made that they can have equal power (and in very rare instances, they do), in general that is not the case. We are most often judged by our deeds, good or bad. Words are easy, cheap, and can be meaningless if not backed up with action.

But to hear the DNC-MSM tell it, Trump's words from 11 years ago are far more important that Hillary's deeds...or misdeeds. Common sense should tell us that's absolute crap.

Donald Trump's gutter talk about women shows yet again that he is bad news. The problem is that Hillary Clinton is far worse.

Trump's talk is indefensible. But Hillary Clinton's actions as Secretary of State, carrying out the Obama administration's foreign policies, have cost many lives in many places, including the American ambassador and others killed in Benghazi.

See the difference here? Trump's words may have hurt someone's feelings. Hillary's deeds left Americans dead, Americans that should not have died if she had acted. But then that's what's more important to the Progressives - feelz not facts.

Women have a right to be offended by Trump's words. But women have suffered a far worse fate from Secretary Clinton's and President Obama's actions. Pulling American troops out of Iraq, despite military advice to the contrary, led to the sudden rise of ISIS and their seizing of many women and young girls as sex slaves.


Meanwhile, President Obama tried to downplay ISIS with flippant words, by calling them the junior varsity. His half-hearted, foot-dragging military response has allowed ISIS to parade before the world as triumphant conquerors, appealing to disgruntled people in Western countries to carry out terrorist attacks in support of their cause.

That is a lot worse than some stupid and gross words by Donald Trump, which even he has had to repudiate. Make no mistake about it. Neither party has a good candidate for President. The choice is between bad and disastrous.

Are women more in danger from Trump's words or Hillary's actions? Are Americans in general more in danger from Trump's shallowness on issues or Hillary's ruthless grabs for money and power -- a track record that goes all the way back to the days when Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas?

This is where the Democrats fail, believing American women are in more danger from words uttered by Trump eleven years ago as compared Hillary's illegal and immoral deeds, much of which has been well documented in the thousands of e-mails hacked and handed over to Wikileaks.

So which of the two is really the reprehensible one? Trump, for his locker room talk? Or Hillary for the growing list of dead bodies, inhumane treatment of women by monsters she helped bring to power, and the long list of foreign 'friends' who bought access to her, her husband, and the State Department with millions of dollars worth of 'donations' to the Clinton Foundation?