As Ricky says, ” ‘Splain this to me.” Okay, I will try…

My daughter is probably a bit upset with me.  I can’t be sure unless she comes right out and says it (and I am not stupid enough to just ask!).  So, we will keep it at probably.  Why?

Well, it’s not because I missed her birthday or stepped on her feet, or wrecked her car with mine, or even hit her garage door with something I was carrying.

She is probably mad because…I am voting for Trump.  Yup!  Are you mad now, too?  Well, at least, let me explain.

I tried this in another post >HERE< and thought I did a good job, but not many people commented so maybe they just skipped it.  This is my thing:

  1.  There are no other good Republican candidates.  They are all, basically, with the Establishment.  Those are the grass roots Republican Party people who run the governmental part of the Republicans.  I don’t trust them.  I doubt you should either.
  2. There are no good Democratic candidates.  Hillary may be indicted (and should be, if only to prove she is innocent) and Bernie Sanders is a Socialist (We don’t need that any more than to be like the Muslim government).
  3. He is being, for the most part, truthful.  Yeah, he has told some pretty obvious fibs, but he says it directly and out front.  I have criticized Cruz because he doesn’t and I will stick to that.  He talks in circles.  Heck, even Kelly said it right to him, “Will you answer the question I have asked you?”
  4. I believe he will truly try to do most of what he says he will do.  The government may not agree and may vote his ideas down, but his vetoes will be a good bargaining power, which is what he says – bargain.
  5. I don’t think this country will change much at all with anyone in there but him.  The way we are heading, this is toward certain death.
  6. He is a people’s person.  He is more down to earth.  You may not like some of his stances (I don’t), but I haven’t liked the stances of several of our last presidents…they still functioned.
  7. It’s time for the common man, instead of the big politician, to be in charge.  See what happens.
  8. I really doubt that other countries would do much messing with us when Trump has the football.  I don’t think he would throw it unless he had to, but he would throw it.

Now, I feel better; don’t you?  Don’t throw things, it’s rude and someone could get hurt.

Okay, all take a deep breath and repeat after me:

Dear God.  You are in charge.  Put the person we need the most in the President’s position.

Amen

Namaste,

Scott

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  • A Star on the Forehead  On April 27, 2016 at 10:38 am

    I respect and even understand your opinion. But being a woman and an immigrant I cannot in good conscience support someone that, among other things, is so radical in his ideas of separation…this is making for an angry and divided country, not what I love about my USA. I am scared of what his presidency would look like.

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    • kindredspirit23  On April 28, 2016 at 1:04 pm

      I perfectly understand. I have the same view of the rest of the candidates. They seem to be conformists and I am afraid things will only get worse.
      Thank you for the respect of my opinion.
      I need what one woman said the other day, “I need a well-mannered Trump”.

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  • Lady from Manila  On April 21, 2016 at 9:55 pm

    Scott, I’m so happy to have seen this post. I’ve written about my support and admiration for the man a number of times since last year and have even lost a couple of blog pals as a consequence. I’ve stuck to my belief Trump means well for your country and couldn’t understand the elitism and hypocrisy of many who go in a manner like “I’m an intellectual, therefore I must be anti-Trump.”

    Trump is the best candidate indeed and I’ve read countless articles from different news sites and watched debates and speeches to solidly back that up. I’m sure your daughter will come around and warm up to the man if he wins and starts making America great again.

    Thank you for this post as I don’t feel so alone anymore on WPress for believing in the current Republican frontrunner. Perhaps I can write about it again. 🙂
    I do hope he succeeds to become the next POTUS and that nothing bad happens to him (sadly, we never know what those anti-Trumps are capable of doing).
    Warmest Regards.

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  • Denise  On April 12, 2016 at 9:17 am

    Well I am leaning in the same direction! Do I love Trump? No, but I feel this country needs to be shaken up a little and I think he may be the right one to do it. I wouldn’t trust Clinton or Sanders with anything, let alone our country! I have said the only one that was in this campaign, that I even respected and agreed with his ideals, was Dr. Ben Carson. But for all his intelligence, soft spoken ways and very mild demeanor, he couldn’t persuade the masses. So am I concerned with our choices? Most definitely! God bless America!

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