Thank God for Trump
Since the seventh grade, some 50 years, I have been following politics, and have never seen it as vicious and vitriolic as now. The country seems to be more divided now than ever except during the Civil War. The main difference is that it is not between North and South, but between liberals and conservatives; between friends, neighbors, and even between family members.
Some of these Trump-bashing pundits, politicians, and others are so pathologically full of hate that their faces seem to be permanently distorted. We finally have a President who has the economy moving again, with unemployment at its lowest in decades, including among minorities, and a President who stands up against our enemies instead of giving them billions of dollars to use against us as his predecessor did, and one who is actually doing something about the immigration problem — no thanks to Congress. He has kept every one of his campaign promises, and then some.
He is one of the most transparent leaders we have ever had. After all, the Speaker of the House once said, “We have to pass it so we can see what is in it.” Mr. Obama said, “If you like your doctor, you can keep him. If you like your insurance, you can keep it.” We all know how that turned out.
One of the main problems with the left is that they have become so socialistic and even quasi-communistic, that government has become their religion, and, in fact, abortion is their unholy sacrament. They have a bunch of overgrown kids running for President, with a couple of them being 70-some year old teenagers.
Hopefully, the President will ultimately abolish Obamacare, which is clearly unconstitutional. He almost did except for the vote of one bitter Senator — God rest his soul. When that goal is achieved, health care will, hopefully, be under control of the states.
The clowns in Washington and the American voters need to wisen up. If President Trump happens to win the popular vote in 2020, you can be sure his opponents will change their minds about abolishing the electoral college.
Submitted via Virtual Newsroom