LETTER: Women’s Day march participants certainly weren’t that impressive

Were the Jan. 21 rallies impressive?

It depends on who you ask.

My guess is that more than half of the participants could not tell you why they were there other than being told to go.

How many of these participants lost their jobs due to the fact a company went out of business or was forced to cut back their number of employees?

How many of these women have experienced or witnessed a criminal act in some manner?

How many are aware of companies being robbed or even burned down due to criminals and protesters running wild in the streets?

How many of these women participating in rallies have relatives or friends in law enforcement or the military who put their lives on the line to protect us all but were limited in how to do their jobs by the previous president?

A number of us women are not impressed with Hollywood and its limited vocabulary abilities or its movies that encourage criminal acts.

The whiners who lost the election love “stupid” people.

President Donald J. Trump’s agenda — to get our people back to work, all American citizens having health care and our country once again not looking like the JV team — is a beginning.

Obama left our country going backwards, and remember, we Americans were all called “stupid” by Obamacare adviser Jonathan Gruber.

He left our country vulnerable to attacks by the enemy.

President Trump is betting all Americans are not stupid, and he is working for all of us to prove it.

Shirley Berg,