Trump may indeed be a social liberal with Democrat leanings. In fact he admits as much. What in the world is making me say anything nice about this guy? How can I contend that a guy, who probably gets very little guidance from the Word of God, is the best thing for the Republican Party since Ronald Reagan?
I know the criticisms. He’s pro-choice, he supported Universal Healthcare, he supported the Kelo decision and used eminent domain to steal land from others for a song so he could build his empire, he’s given money to Democrats like Hillary Clinton, he used to be a Democrat, he had illegal immigrants build for him, and the list goes on.
Before I’ll get to his stance on abortion, which may still evolve into one that is Godly, let me discuss the building of his empire. Incidentally, he has said that he would support Ted Cruz in shutting down the government if that’s what it took to get Planned Parenthood defunded after all of the baby-body-parts videos that are presently being released. Don’t pretend for a second that we’re not about to change the views of many people on the evils of abortion. And Trump’s tax plan is an outstanding pro-growth plan. The liberals will ask, “Can the government survive on such a small allowance?” But the real question is, “With all the additional cash in his pocket, can the little guy survive without the government?” And the answer’s a big YES.
In building his empire, he didn’t have the luxury of building according to God’s will. Situated in New York City, one of Satan’s favorite playgrounds, he was at the mercy of the Democrats that run that town like plantation full of slaves that get whipped regularly for even thinking about running, whether they thought about it or not. Building permits and access to money sources don’t come in this kind of size without the approval of the powers that be. And those powers have been controlled by the Democrats since they first acquired them.
Thus, if Trump was to build his real estate empire, he had no choice but to play by the rules set by the Democrats in power. God doesn’t cosign loans, and banks would have no possible way of certifying His signature even if God were to sign on behalf of Trump.
In other words, the question isn’t: Did Trump give money to Democrats? The real question is this: Did Trump like that he felt like he had to give money to Democrats in order to build his real estate empire? Liberals love to claim that the Republicans are for the rich every time they’re trying to get a poor or middle class person to vote for them. If the Republicans really are for the rich, why didn’t Donald Trump donate all his campaign contributions to Republicans? Might it be because the Republicans don’t have any power? If he really liked the fact that he felt he had to give it to the Democrats, why isn’t he running as a Democrat? Doesn’t the fact that he’s running as a Republican suggest he might actually think the system sucks? Aren’t there a ton of really good points that Trump can make from his experience of working inside the sucky system that will have extra meaning as a result of the fact that he’s had this experience? He says that he’ll be the best jobs president ever. Perhaps it’s because he plans to destroy the sucky system that necessitates that people fund the Democrats and therefore the evil perpetrated by the Democrats in order to be wildly successful in America. If that’s the message he brings to the table, that alone would make him the best possible candidate out there. Politicians can have the same message, but, because they’re a part of the sucky system, it’s more likely assumed that they’re just telling you what you want to hear. Think about that seriously. How many successes have the Republicans actually had recently? This nation is speed sliding towards Gomorrah. They shut the government down and did a couple of filibusters, but big whup. It didn’t accomplish anything because the party, as a whole, is so ready to fall on the sword of compromise the second some left winger starts whining about racism and gay people giving each other AIDS because they feel like no one likes them.
Table of Contents Donald Trump is the Best Thing to Happen for the Republican Party Since Ronald Reagan- Part I- Introduction Part II- Trump Can Turn his Moral Weaknesses into Strengths Part III- How Trump is Different than Other GOP Candidates Part IV- How Can We Take Trump Seriously on Illegal Immigration? Part V- Donald Trump vs. John McCain Part VI- Trump Gives Confidence to Other Republicans Part VII- Conclusion: Social Issues, the Minority Vote and Third-Party Possibilities
Trump has made it in America. I don’t care that he had to file for bankruptcy protection in the past. That’s part of the system that allows people to take risks. There are few humans alive that can tiptoe through the landmine-riddled economic cycles unscathed. Bankruptcy protection is there because sometimes one buys a building on credit for too much before a major correction in real estate prices or a recession that would dramatically decrease the income from that said property. That he got up again and succeeded anyway is part of the American Dream.
Temporary setbacks are only defined as defeat by those who let them be defined that way. The Republican Party of today is so used to defeat that they don’t even pretend that they can achieve victory. Trump accepts nothing less.
Yet the Republicans regularly publicly proclaim their own defeat before they even pretend to go into battle. America wants a winner, not another chump looking forward to defeat after a bunch of bipartisan compromise. Compromise is for losers, and it seems that only the Democrats put that fact to use. Trump seems to know how to use the bully pulpit to go over the heads of the plutocrats like no one since Ronald Reagan himself. And that’s what we need.
This is where Trump can change everything if he chooses to do so. I don’t know that he will, but if he does, he could be one of the greatest presidents the nation has ever seen. Quit scoffing at that insinuation. I’m not saying it will happen, but I am saying that, if he wants to, he can rip the rug out from under the ruling class. And believe me, this is why the ruling-class Republicans and Democrats are so eager to see him destroyed. He knows where the skeletons are buried, and he knows who put them there.
Look what he did to Lindsey Graham after Grahamnisty called him a “jackass.” Trump told the story about how Graham wanted Trump to get him on FoxNews and then gave out Graham’s personal cell phone number to prove it- which then forced Graham to get a new phone number. That was brilliant. Graham was a fly on a water buffalo’s butt, and Trump shot him like a sniper from 500 yards. The water buffalo, like the Republican electorate, wouldn’t even realize that Graham was gone.
And then when Gawker gave out Trump’s cell number, he put a campaign message inviting all callers to join his campaign and directing them to his website. This is a brilliant marketing idea that aspiring entrepreneurs can look at in awe- how to turn a setback into a benefit. The American Dream is defined by those who get up after getting knocked down, and Trump does that without even messing up his hair.