President Obama’s campaign slogan was “Hope & Change.” This was a great slogan. It said nothing, but everyone could interpret it to mean whatever they wanted it to mean. The Change portion of the slogan was significant because people were fed up with the
Obama could have been considered a political outsider because, as a first term Senator he had never been part of the establishment. He had never done anything except campaign for office. The closest thing he ever had to a job was as a community organizer, if you can call that a job.
Obama was very charismatic and delivered a great speech, as long as he had a teleprompter. People could imagine him to be whatever they wanted. This hope for change, and the fact that he dominated the black, Muslim, and black sympathizer voters was enough to elect him twice.
The American working class is even more fed up with the
establishment and is still looking
for change. Donald Trump could bring
real change. He brings out voters and
supporters that have never been involved in politics before. Washington
Trump’s slogan is “Make America Great Again.” He is promising change just as Obama did. The big difference is that Trump actually has the necessary experience and skills to get it done. He is a leader, negotiator, and a deal maker. I hope that means he can make bipartisan deals for the good of the country and it’s people.
The republican establishment is concerned that Trump is not a True Conservative.” I feel Trump is conservative, but he will not blindly follow the Republican agenda. This is good because I have had enough partisan politics.
The argument that Trump is a dangerous unknown is a joke because he says what he thinks and is seldom “Politically Correct.” Trump is an open book, and I love it. I recently heard a political commentator say Trump should have called someone “lawless” instead of “criminal”. This is ridiculous. The two words are synonyms. I am sick of reading political connotations and implications into every word. Progressives and the media need to grow up. Political correctness has gone too far.
Some people do not like Trump because he is arrogant, which is true. That trait probably comes with being smart, knowledgeable, and successful. If you were hiring someone to work for you, isn’t that what you would want? We are hiring someone for the greatest job in the country.
Trump will not let anyone push him around. If someone pushes him, he will push back. There is nothing wrong with that. That is what we want in a President.
We don’t want someone like Mitt Romney who let a nobody like Candy Crowley make a fool of him. In one of the Presidential debates between Obama and Romney,
deviated from her role as a
moderator and took on the role of Judge to support Obama in a lie. Romney stood there like a muted moron and let
her do it. Can you imagine someone
trying that B.S. with Donald Trump? I
would love to see it, but most people are smarter than that. Crowley