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Trump Comes To Town

I'm a very slow reader. When a blustering Trump first hit the political road I thought he was some kind of joke with his ridiculous red hair mop and a Jersey boy gutter speech pattern. During the following weeks he firmly, and not very politely, proceeded to accuse the establishment of gross corruption and dereliction of duty. He put his clumsy and angry voice to all of the national problems he could think of.  He focused on very progressive liberal Democrats whose actions have led us to the mess we find ourselves in. So sayeth Mr. Trump.  He went on to establish his (Starwars) ambitious  plan to:  
  • 1. To take back the White House from the
  •      Obama/Hillary types
  • 2.  To shake up and remove the corrupt politicians from the establishment
  • 3.  Return America to invincible stature among the worlds nations.
  • 4.  Bring back monetary support of our enemies. (Egypt, for example?)
  • 5.  Withdraw our military protection of nations that can protect themselves. 
  • 6.  And from nations that do not support our humanitarian efforts in the world.
  • 7.  Temporarily slow or halt immigration and return the control of borders law.
  • 8    Provide a timed path where illegal immigrants can become Americans. 
  • 9.  Deport those who do not complete the path. 
  • 10. Return to a planned immigration quota system.
  • 11. Insist on English as America's only official language.
  • 12. Eliminate attacks on the second amendment. 
  • 13. Prohibit private ownership of explosive weapons used by our military forces.
  • 14. Restrict rapid fire weapons by additional security and increased taxation.
The Democrat Party candidate Hillary Clinton, being a proven liar, accused criminal, and military secrets abuser, simply can not be elected President.  It is still months before the election. The loudest, most personal, and ugliest primary season in memory is over. Hillary is the Democratic candidate.

The Republican Party candidate Donald Trump, comes across as vulgar and crude. He is clearly not a polished politician, diplomat or scholar, and he apparently knows little or nothing about our military. Potentially Donald Trump brings a few things to the job. 

  • He is smart, articulate and a good negotiator. 
  • He has valid credentials managing and administrating a business.
  • He bends liberal when necessary, but is independent or conservative more often.
  • He has not been proven a liar or criminal. 
  • He is considered to be honest. 
  • He thinks much of our foreign aide is wasted. 
  • He believes in Capitalism. 
  • He knows our income tax system is no longer fair to all.
  • He knows that the American election systems are broken.
  • He understands that our three political divisions are no longer equal.
  • He sees great merit and relevance in our Constitution and Bill of Rights.

All things considered, Donald Trump is the most suited Candidate for the office.


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