There is something sickening about a politician who will say and do anything to get a vote.
In his 2006 book, “The Audacity of Hope,” Barack Obama echoed many of the sentiments Donald Trump has shared on the campaign trail including the economic dangers of mass immigration. So, why is it that Trump is branded a racist when he argues remarkably similar things in his stump speeches?
It has a lot to do with the fact that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are just typical politicians. The murky waters of Washington are a far cry from what the Founding Fathers intended. I’ll give you a hint: nine times out of ten it isn’t the president who is really running the country.
A presidential candidate will usually start off sounding young and idealistic. Even Obama appeared to put America first in this early work, but once he obtained power his true colors came out.
Obama, like many other presidents, ran into the mob that we call the special interests. Although most people didn’t listen to Sean Hannity in 2008 when he discussed Obama’s many ominous associations, such as with the Reverend Wright or Bill Ayers or George Soros, perhaps they should have.
For those who are still on the fence about Trump, I get it. He says things you don’t like. However, you need to realize this is actually a POSITIVE thing about him.
If you haven’t noticed by now, Donald Trump is not your typical politician. He will not say or do things against his moral grain to get elected. His opponent, on the other hand, will.
Trump is also remarkably focused. One candidate might just say in passing, “we need a border wall,” but Donald Trump has made it a hallmark of his campaign. In that regard, he is a lot like Ronald Reagan. Reagan had one major task in his administration: to defeat communism.
Donald Trump also has one overarching task: to further the interests of America. This is why he isn’t your typical politician and why many individuals on both sides of the aisle don’t know what to make of him.
He might be falsely labeled a fascist simply for wanting to put America first, but he has gained a lot of support from ordinary, frustrated Americans. Because of this, he’s going to win!