The virtues of Trump

Trump and Reagan

There is no Republican running on this year’s ticket who is the total package of strong, principled Christian conservatism, charisma, and leadership.  Ronald Reagan and Teddy Roosevelt are rare breeds, but even they had their flaws and made mistakes.  Using liberals backwards think on polls, pundits are saying Trump has 65% of people voting against him.  With that logic that means 80% of people are voting against Cruz and Rubio.

Rubio, Cruz, Trump; the charm, the brains, and the balls

We all already know that Trump is juvenile is his manner of trading insults with others.  What he needs is a good coach to tell him how to turn it back on others when they do the same to him as Marco did when he decided to jump into the sandbox.  After Marco’s remark about small hands means small weenie, rather than saying he has no problem Trump should have asked why Marco was wondering about the size of his manhood and offer to put it on the podium for him.

Trump makes weak retort to Marco’s childish mockery of his manhood

While Marco Rubio is certainly charming, there is nothing charming about him getting into the juvenile antics of Donald Trump.  And while Ted Cruz is inarguably the smartest man to run for president in a century, he lacks both the charisma and force of will that Ronald Reagan had.  The problems he would face in dealing with Republican moderates is being ignored or steam-rollered because none of them will back him on the most important issues of our day.

In the past, McCain lost 2008 because he refused to criticize Obama during the campaign and reveal him for what he is – an Indonesian Moslem bred to hate America.  Romney lost in 2012 because he wouldn’t bring the fight to Obama and reveal all the damage his policies had already done to the country and allowed the liberal media to smear him without response.  Donald Trump rose to become leader of the pack for one reason alone – he not only brought the fight to the Democrats, but when the liberal media tried to smear him he grabbed them by the scruff of the neck and rubbed their noses in it!

Trump’s virtues –

A proven leader

Trump’s number one virtue is that he is an extremely successful businessman.  It used to be that everyone in government were businessmen, not a bunch of career politicians from law school.  Our current president is a socialist with no belief in the history of socialism as a wealth destroyed who has surrounded himself with like thinking cronies.  His lack of understanding business, along with his ideology of cutting America down to size, has led to an economic malaise known as the Obama Depression.

Obama’s ideas of how the economy should work has led to the shrinking of the American workforce to the size it was forty years ago.  There are no opportunities for graduates, and the only way he can generate more taxes to support his astronomical spending has been to raise them.  Businesses are being choked down by the Obama regime and Republicans elected to stop him have instead allied with him in sucking up American’s wealth.

An unprincipled conservative

No one will accuse The Donald of being a true blue conservative, but he is a red-blooded American.  As a businessman he knows that money isn’t free and what is required to make a business grow.  He also knows that, having dealt with greedy politicians, government is the biggest hurdle in making that happen.

Democrats have ruled from on high for the last century.  America’s economy grew most of that time due to the entrepreneurial spirit that began this country, and Democrats taught Republicans how to hold out their palms to be greased.  Before Wilson, the federal tax rate on Americans was only 7%, now it’s over 40%.  Only twice have Republicans gotten control of Congress to balance the federal budget, and the entire federal debt belongs to Democrats (though the liberal media helps them to scapegoat Republicans saying they give the rich tax cuts “we can’t afford,” which means Democrats don’t get all the money they want).

Trump understands that in order to make money you must have money, and businesses cannot have money if the government takes it from them.  Having dealt with politicians, Trump understands the corruption and cronyism in Washington that must be stomped down in order for businesses to grow.  Obama said six years ago that we cannot drill our way to lower oil prices and shut down much of our drilling, but fracking proved him a fool (but that didn’t stop him from taking credit for it).

One thing to remember when it comes to conservatism is that no conservative is perfectly conservative.  Ronald Reagan began his political career as a Democrat and then realized that Democrats taking money was only going to lead to totalitarianism and stagnate the economy.  But he also had to cut deals with a Democrat Congress that spent like there was no tomorrow despite the increasing tax revenues the Reagan Recovery generated.  Trump may not have been the principled conservative that Ted Cruz has always been, but so long as he is a man of his word and promotes those ideals then why should any conservative condemn him for his past?

Democrats believe businessmen owe their wealth to government for providing them with educated workers and city services.  Do Democrats know how government, the people, paid for those?  They did it by taxing businesses.  Government doesn’t provide anything that the people didn’t pay for first, and people don’t pay the taxes for them except from the wages they earned working for a business.  This is not a case of “which came first?”

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A Christian

Trump, like most Christians, does not wear his faith on his sleeve.  He doesn’t act like a saint, he doesn’t always do what’s right, and he doesn’t always speak of holiness.  What Christian does?  Anyone who is truly a Christian knows they didn’t become one because they were saintly, but because they were sinners.

The best measure of a person’s faith is not always their own personality and actions because we all are fundamentally flawed, but what they do when they make those mistakes, and how they treat others.  If you want the measure of a man’s heart and soul, observe how he treats those that serve him.  Trump and his children are unknown as abusers of any sort, but always respectful of others and willing to assist them or make amends if wronged.

The liberal media smeared Mitt Romney because he put his dog in a carrier on the roof of his car while all his kids sat inside.  They smeared him by having one man say he took away his wife’s medical care and she died.  In both cases, Romney should have rubbed the media’s noses in it asking; should he have put one of the kids on the roof, and didn’t the man’s wife have medical care till the day she died?

No doubt the liberal media will manufacturer such stories to smear Trump.  But unlike Romney, Trump is ready to take that fight back at them and rub their noses in it some more.  But that doesn’t stop Romney, the guy who lost last time, the guy the GOP leaders wanted to crush the TEA Party so they could spend American’s money on their friends, from coming out and trying to smear Trump as a conman.

What America needs

American needs a principled leader who will stop the corruption in Washington that is sucking the wealth out of the nation.  She needs a leader who will close the door that is allowing millions of illegals into the country to take jobs that Americans will do.  She needs a man who will stand against the forces of tyranny, Islamists, and socialists that the Obama regime has assisted in growing around the world.  And she needs a president who will uphold our laws and not make his own to impose upon us.

If Donald Trump is not a man of his word, God help us.  But if he is, and there are no indications, unlike Obama, that he is deceitful, then his kind of leadership may be even better than Ted Cruz’s principled Reagan conservatism.  This is not a time to waste trying to outsmart the opposition, but to crush them down and tear out their anti-American machinations by the roots!  Donald Trump may be just the force of nature to do just that.

Ted Cruz got my vote in the Texas primary.  But if Trump wins the nomination, and especially if the GOP tries to steal away the people’s choice and give it to someone else, he will certainly have my vote in the general.  Trump is no Ted Cruz, he’s certainly no Reagan, but he is what America needs this day – so long as he is a man of his word.  Republicans are disgusted with the GOP betraying them, which is why the outsiders are winning.  Pray God he will make things right.

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14 Responses to The virtues of Trump

  1. Arthur W. DiMatteo says:

    We have had enough Christians, it is time to elect the first Jew. Many conservatives will switch sides and support Senator Sanders.

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    • dustyk103 says:

      lol! Arthur, don’t you know that most conservatives already follow a Jew? His name is Jesus.

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      • Arthur W. DiMatteo says:

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      • dustyk103 says:

        LOL! I’m always amused at what liberals believe Jesus to be mostly because they have no understanding of either Christianity of socialism. Jesus said to live together and help each other. He never said that no one should ever become rich and He certainly never promoted stealing from the rich.

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    • Texas001 says:

      So you like Trump and think he is conservative, think again. Read this.
      Naeem Oba compiled these facts.

      Donald Trump on Universal Healthcare: “Everybody’s got to be covered, this is an un-Republican thing I’m going to say, I’m going to take care of everybody.”

      When asked, ‘Who pays for it?’ Trump flatly replied, “the government’s going to pay for it.”
      — CBS, “60 Minutes,” 9/27/2015

      2. Donald Trump on taxing the rich: “Well, basically, this would be a one-time tax, 14.25 percent against people with a net worth of over 10 million […] It would pay off in its entirety the national debt of $5.7 trillion, and you’d save $200 billion a year. So taxes for the middle class would go way down, the estate and inheritance tax totally wiped out, and the Social Security system would be saved.”
      — NBC, “Good Morning America,” 11/10/1999

      3. Donald Trump on whether he’s a Democrat or a Republican: “In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat.”
      — CNN, “The Situation Room,” 3/21/2004

      4. Donald Trump on guns and background checks: “I generally oppose gun control, but I support the ban on assault weapons and I also support a slightly longer waiting period to purchase a gun. With today’s internet technology we should be able to tell within 72 hours if a potential gun owner has a record.”
      — Donald Trump, “The America We Deserve,” 2000

      5. Donald Trump on quitting the GOP: “I really believe Republicans are just too crazy […] I mean, hey, I lived in New York City, Manhattan all my life, okay? So my views are a little bit different than if I lived in Iowa, perhaps.”
      — NBC, “Meet the Press,” 10/1999

      6. Donald Trump on abortion: “I’m very pro-choice. I am pro-choice in every respect.”
      — NBC, “Meet the Press,” 10/1999

      7. Donald Trump on who’s the most qualified to make a nuclear deal with Iran: “Hillary Clinton. Hillary’s always surrounded herself with very good people, I think Hillary would do a good job.”
      CNN, “The Situation Room,” 9/24/2007

      8. Donald Trump on impeaching George W. Bush: “I’m very impressed by her [then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi], she’s a very impressive person. I like her a lot. She was going to really look to impeach Bush, and get him out of office, which, personally, I think would have been a wonderful thing.”
      CNN, “The Situation Room,” 9/24/2007

      9. Donald Trump on Obama’s economic stimulus: “I thought he did a terrific job […] I thought he was strong and smart, and it looks like we have somebody that knows what he is doing finally in office, and he did inherit a tremendous problem. He really stepped into a mess, Greta [Van Susteren].
      Fox News, 2/9/2009

      10. Donald Trump on the Democrats’ economic policies: “It just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn’t be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats. …But certainly we had some very good economies under Democrats, as well as Republicans. But we’ve had some pretty bad disasters under the Republicans.”
      — CNN, “The Situation Room,” 3/21/2004

      11. Donald Trump on immigration and the DREAM Act: “For people that have been here for years, that have been hard workers, have good jobs, are supporting a family, it’s very, very tough to just say ‘you have to leave, get out.’ How do you throw someone out that’s lived in this country for 20 years, you just can’t throw everybody out.”

      12..In 2012, as Obama was running for re-election, Trump called Clinton “terrific” again in an interview with Fox News, saying she performed well as Secretary of State.

      “Hillary Clinton I think is a terrific woman,” he told Greta Van Susteren. “I am biased because I have known her for years. I live in New York. She lives in New York. I really like her and her husband both a lot. I think she really works hard. And I think, again, she’s given an agenda, it is not all of her, but I think she really works hard and I think she does a good job. I like her.

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  2. Arthur W. DiMatteo says:

    Mr Trump is an obvious megalomaniac.

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  3. Kaylee says:

    It has been proven that 76% of Donald Trump’s campaign statements are false. Why would anyone want a president who lies in 3 out of every 4 of his statements? Not to mention that his tax plan would add 9.5 trillion to the deficit in 10 years. If those tax policies stayed in effect until 2036 the total added to the deficit would be 34.1 trillion.

    Trump Is NOT a good businessman. He has had countless failed brands and 4 bankruptcies. I understand that in business bankruptcies are sometimes necessary, but not 4 times. You’re an idiot if you can’t make money with a casino.

    Trump has done nothing but take advantage of those less fortunate than himself. Duping people into attending his fake college, taking people’s properties when they don’t want to sell and can’t afford a lawyer and fencing an elderly couple into their home and sending them the bill for the fence.

    Oh, and every time someone calls him out on his crap he either tries to blame someone else, blame the victim or has a meltdown like a toddler. He doesn’t have the temperament to be president. If senate and/or congress try to block him from doing what he wants (and they will try) he will throw a giant fit. He’s used to giving orders and having everyone listen. He doesn’t have the patience for it. He expects things to happen fast, he doesn’t understand that the democratic process takes time.

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    • dustyk103 says:

      Why would anyone want a president who lies? Ask the 60 million people that voted for Obama.

      As for his tax plan, liberals said the same thing about Reagan’s plan to cut taxes, and lo and behold the economy grew so fast that the government was taking in more revenue than before the cuts. But Democrats controlling Congress not only didn’t stop deficit spending, they increased it.

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    • if i were you i would look into hillary’s and bills background and what is going on NOW—-PEOPLE LOOSING THEIR LIVES AND THE LIST GOES ON AND ON——–it was said she is smarter than billy——–that’s why i think she should have a watch dog by her side at all times(including billy

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