Of course you do. You'd have your ass on fire if it were the other way around. I'd hate it if Obama was tweeting like this. I love how much of a badge people take bing a "deplorable". Not that hey ever argue being that way, but it's a badge of honor to be a really ****ty person.
Or we wear it like a badge because we don't believe it, and we think you'll always call all your enemies "deplorable" or some other form of (((evil))). To me, and most of the people who claim the title, it's a laugh. We don't care what you call us, because we know our hearts, not you. Because we didn't riot in the streets and burn buildings, unlike the people calling us (((evil))). Because we don't apologize for people doing that on any side, unlike the Left.
I don't really like Trump, but I do find him entertaining. His policies are not in my favor. But I think that he's right on a couple of issues, whereas I think Hilary was wrong on all of them. He is the Republican Obama, complete with the same cult of personality. I'm just enjoying the shoe being on the other foot, hoping that maybe the liberals/Democrats will realize that picking people based on their identity, or based on a cult of personality is terrible, and that we should be choosing for virtues, for policies, for liberty.
My original take on Trump, back in the primaries was that I think there is a good chance he'll be either the end of the Republic, or the beginning of a Renaissance if he was elected, and for the first option, I opposed him in the primaries. I still think that this is the case with him. It even could be both.
There are a lot of parallels to Rome, if you've studied her history.