Obama and Hillary have plans for;
- “Common sense” gun control
- “Common sense” immigration reform
- “Common sense” America reform
They make about as much sense as their “common sense math reform.”
Republican Mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani, instituted common sense gun control when he had his police stop and frisk known criminals if they thought they were carrying a gun. Turns out many of them went back to prison for illegally obtaining guns. But the new Democrat Mayor, de Blasio, did away with that reform and murders in New York have doubled this year.
Obama and Hillary want to institute their “common sense gun control” on the American citizens by making laws that make it harder for law-abiding citizens to obtain firearms, but nothing for criminals in possession of guns. Sounds like common sense if you believe in nonsense. This is not an effort to make citizens safe, it’s an effort to make Democrats safe from citizens who would defend their rights.
The same goes for their “common sense immigration reform.” We already have immigration laws that work, but Obama is not only choosing to ignore them, but is acting against them. He and Hillary both want to bring millions of illegal immigrants into America and give them citizen benefits and rights. What kind of nonsense is that? It’s called betrayal of the American people.
Vote Democrat, die off, and be replaced
Hillary has been endorsing the Black Lives Matter terrorist group that has been assassinating police, and now she is demanding police unions to force their officers to vote for her. As Trump says,
“We should only admit into this country those who share our values and respect our people”
Hillary says we must show “common sense compassion” to “refugees,” when she really means Americans must be replaced who will not vote for Democrats. People are angry with Trump for behaving like a Democrat during the primaries. Now they don’t want to listen to him as he espouses American values against a real Democrat to whom Republicans are not Americans. She and Obama have smeared the people of Lincoln as racists and raised themselves as saviors when the only “common sense” reforms they offer are the nonsense of globalism. Hillary says,
“Trump wants to build walls, but we want to build bridges.”
We build walls for the same reason we lock our doors, not because we hate the people on the outside, but because we love the people on the inside. We build bridges to our friends. Common sense does not suggest we build bridges to our enemies any more than we unlock our doors to our enemies. Inviting your enemies into your home is not common sense, but nonsense!
Trump’s full speech on fighting terrorism
The Refugee Jihad – the insanity of the Left’s ‘build bridges, not walls’ philosophy
Trump is an enigma to the political establishment and even to many voters. Many of his critics charge that he used to be a Democrat and therefore still a Democrat and that they should vote for a “real” Republican. In fact, Trump did exactly what the neocons did decades ago: they were originally Democrats who took control over the Republican Party and made it the party of racist war hawk Democrats. And both parties became the Uniparty, the Republocrat party.
What did Trump do? He seized control of the Republican Party, and told the neocons to get lost. This worked so well that many neocons have publicly stated their support for Hillary Clinton. What Trump exposed was that the Republicans were the party of illegal immigration, open borders, etc, a Democratic agenda, and that the Democrats were the war mongers, usually on the Republican agenda.
His critics are right about one thing: Trump wasn’t a true Republican. But as exposed during the primaries, the Republicans party brass weren’t real Republicans either. By moving the Republican Party more to the left, Trump enfranchised a lot of voters who used to be Democrats and the party is closer to what it was decades ago. The enigma was the exposure that each party represented the tails of the bell shaped curve, rather than the middle. Trump brought the party to be more towards the middle of the bell shaped curve, and that will have profound effects for years to come. Even though the RNC is still run by the Republican elites, like the DNC’s Wasserman-Schultz, they’ll soon be ousted, if Trump fails to do so.
I still think it’s confusing to use the term “neocons” (conservatives who endorse war for the purpose of conquest) as if they are the “far right” but act like liberals-lite. Trump didn’t expose the GOP who are Democrat allies as we all saw them for what they are. What he did was galvanize opposition behind a leader which didn’t exist, even in Ted Cruz who fought ineffectively against them. With Cruzers joining the GOP elites against Trump that now makes him the “far right candidate.” This is where the whole Left-Right paradigm can get really confusing.