I must say, Donald Trump has been a refreshing stimulant of finally saying things the way we have been waiting for someone to come along and not only say things bluntly but has hit the ball out of the park as to the way the American people talk about the issues of the day at their kitchen tables that because of political correctness the conservatives have been only touching the surface on these issues. I must say there is the perfect candidate out there that has been telling it like it is for awhile now and that is Sarah Palin and for the life of me I still can’t understand why she has not declared her candidacy.
Now Trump as we know loves attention and he will say and do things to get it. On the other hand as he has said so many times he’s a businessperson, not a politician which also must be said that when you are a businessperson like he is you will not become a billionaire by doing and saying the wrong things and stepping on peoples toes.This is why Trump calling out Senator John McCain as not being a war hero I am sure he must of known the uproar it was going to create. Whatever disagreements I have had with McCain in the past I cannot take away the fact that he spent years as a prisoner of war and what makes it ever so much more heroic was the fact that he was given the opportunity to be released but he decided to stay with his fellow prisoners of war. For Trump being a shrewd business person and always seeming to make the right deal with plenty of common sense this attack on McCain by him raised a red flag as far as I am concerned. This has pissed off the whole Republican Party except maybe for a very small amount of people who might agree with him, never mind millions of veteran’s which naturally include Republicans and Democrats alike. This does not make sense whatsoever, there is much too talk about other than John McCain not being a hero.
The following was posted by John Fund, published by the National Review: “In reality, Donald Trump simply flies his own flag of convenience as the head of the Opportunist Party. As a businessman seeking political access, he could be excused for making occasional contributions such as the ones he made to former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid. But through the last presidential election, a majority of his political contributions went to Democrats. And then there is Trump’s decision to declare himself a registered Democrat from 2001 to 2009. He explained to the New York Daily News that he did so because he didn’t like George W. Bush and because “most of the politicians I know are Democrats.”
“At the same time that he was plumping for single-payer health care in 2000, Trump called for a one-time 14.25 percent net-worth tax on individuals and trusts with a net worth of over $10 million. He has also called for a 20 percent tax on importing goods. All this has led talk-show host Glenn Beck to declare: “Donald Trump is a progressive. He’s not a conservative.”
I have been saying for a week or so now that I’m not convinced yet that Trump is a conservative. If he’s going to make statements like the one he did regarding John McCain at the very least he is a loose cannon and he will just bring the Republican Party to answering for his mishaps. The main thing is to get some conservative through the primaries and I have complete confidence he or she will take care of whomever the Democrats bring forward. I can feel it, can’t you, We The People have had enough of socialist polices that Obama has brought forward. Lets not be too eager for the inconsistencies of a Donald Trump. This is not the time to play poker, we want a winner that will not self destruct such as a Donald Trump.
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Something wrong, is correct.
Can we draft Charles Krauthammer and Judge Andrew Napolitano?
The field of presidential candidate hopefuls is pathetic. All are unqualified. All, think that it’s a junior high school popularity contest.