Well with all the talk from the left concerning Judge Kavanaugh’s temperament after his testimony last week, I thought we should examine other people who want to be a congressmen or women.

Judge Kavanaugh was upset concerning this attack by the left on himself, his wife and children.  Ask yourself if you were accused of something you did not do, such as sexual assault, would you vigorously defend yourself?

Now on to a women who wants to represent Detroit and Michigan in our congress and what she has done.

The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Rashida Tlaib, who is a shoe in as the replacement for disgraced congressmen John Conyers in the U.S. House of Representatives, was arrested yesterday with 17 others during a pro-labor rally in Detroit.

It is being reported that apparently hundreds gathered at Warren and Woodward avenues and marched down Woodward to a McDonald's as part of a national walkout of workers from McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and other chains organized by the Fight for $15, which advocates for a $15 per hour minimum wage.

Why was Ms. Tlaib arrested, because she refused to move from their seats at a table the group set up in the middle of Woodward Avenue. How would you like to be just trying to get to work or do your daily activities and you find that a congresswomen wannabe has set up a table in the middle of a very busy street, stopping you from getting to work or just going about your day.

Does this show the temperament of a person who wants to lead you in the Congress?

I say it does not and thus has proven to us all that she does not have the temperament to be a congresswomen.

It appears that all she cares about is herself and only a certain group of her possible future constituents.

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