Governor Nikki Haley lectures Trump and Americans to watch their 'tone'

When asked about presidential candidate Donald Trump's remarks on illegal immigrants from Mexico, South Carolina governor Nikki Haley told Meet the Press's Chuck Todd she understands Trump's "frustration" but that he needs to watch his "tone." 

Haley went on to say "we" all need to be respectful of each other and nix the "harsh" language.  Offensive talk "hurts people," and it's "just not necessary."

She also said we need candidates who unite rather than divide us.  On this point, Haley should be pleased.  Trump is definitely uniting a lot of folks.  His Facebook page has 2.2 million likes compared to Jeb Bush's  218,000.  Trump is galvanizing the true conservative base like no other candidate in the Republican field.

From Sunday's Meet the Press:

I think we've got 16 candidates. I'm looking forward to debates. I'm looking forward to a lot of things. But I will tell you tone and communication is one of the things that everybody's looking for. We want someone that brings people together. We want someone that understands that what unites us is a lot more than what divides us. And that's going to be something that I think the entire country is going to be looking at is how someone communicates, the tone, and are you bringing more people in as opposed to excluding people out?

The Republican governor's criticism of Trump's non-PC comments is surprising coming from a woman  elected in 2010 with the support of Tea Party-type conservatives shellacking the Democrats.  In fact, she sounds like Obama with his numerous calls for inclusiveness and civility (while he mocks and ridicules the opposition – at one point calling Tea Party folks "teabaggers").  Obama, like Haley, has also advised us not to be hurtful to those who do not agree with us:

From Whitehouse.gov 2011:

It's important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds...and that the forces that divide us are not as strong as those that unite us.

So the reality is obvious.  Trump's straight talk has Governor Haley channeling Obama.  After capitulating to left-wing, media-backed activists, opting to remove an "offensive" flag under the guise of racism, she’s kowtowing to the MSM and political elites.

Haley has learned nothing from the last seven years.  We all know which side needs to tone down its “if they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun” rhetoric.

When asked about presidential candidate Donald Trump's remarks on illegal immigrants from Mexico, South Carolina governor Nikki Haley told Meet the Press's Chuck Todd she understands Trump's "frustration" but that he needs to watch his "tone." 

Haley went on to say "we" all need to be respectful of each other and nix the "harsh" language.  Offensive talk "hurts people," and it's "just not necessary."

She also said we need candidates who unite rather than divide us.  On this point, Haley should be pleased.  Trump is definitely uniting a lot of folks.  His Facebook page has 2.2 million likes compared to Jeb Bush's  218,000.  Trump is galvanizing the true conservative base like no other candidate in the Republican field.

From Sunday's Meet the Press:

I think we've got 16 candidates. I'm looking forward to debates. I'm looking forward to a lot of things. But I will tell you tone and communication is one of the things that everybody's looking for. We want someone that brings people together. We want someone that understands that what unites us is a lot more than what divides us. And that's going to be something that I think the entire country is going to be looking at is how someone communicates, the tone, and are you bringing more people in as opposed to excluding people out?

The Republican governor's criticism of Trump's non-PC comments is surprising coming from a woman  elected in 2010 with the support of Tea Party-type conservatives shellacking the Democrats.  In fact, she sounds like Obama with his numerous calls for inclusiveness and civility (while he mocks and ridicules the opposition – at one point calling Tea Party folks "teabaggers").  Obama, like Haley, has also advised us not to be hurtful to those who do not agree with us:

From Whitehouse.gov 2011:

It's important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds...and that the forces that divide us are not as strong as those that unite us.

So the reality is obvious.  Trump's straight talk has Governor Haley channeling Obama.  After capitulating to left-wing, media-backed activists, opting to remove an "offensive" flag under the guise of racism, she’s kowtowing to the MSM and political elites.

Haley has learned nothing from the last seven years.  We all know which side needs to tone down its “if they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun” rhetoric.