Donald Trump could be the presidential candidate who finally provides America with the message most grassroots conservatives have been waiting to hear.
The common sense, populist message of “the Donald”—while not as poetic as that of Ronald Reagan—does go right to the gut of an American population that has been ripping its hair out while watching the destruction of our Republic from within.
The compliance and lack of imagination from the Republican Party along with the aggressive takeover by progressives–who are bent on reshaping America into the image of Europe–has brought us to the point we are now in.
I have not in my lifetime seen such a disparaging portrait of America as we see today, and it will take a leader who understands how to build, not just govern. We have had years of the tired blood of political elites who have dismantled America’s individualism.
We do not need another professional politician at this time in our history. We need someone who has the straightforward common sense and knowhow to fix a nation that has been beaten down by nuanced pseudo-intellectuals who have no practical experience nor leadership qualities.
Trump—whether you like him or not—is the kind of individual who built and made this country great. He is deserves serious consideration in spite of what some may perceive as unpolished presentation.
I watched some of the commentary from the left-leaning news shows and the smug, elitist, smirky attitude which some displayed toward Trump’s message. This is exactly the kind of cynicism that is being taught in our schools in an attempt to strip America of its exceptional qualities. Trump’s honesty and authenticity frighten them because he will not back down from those whose minds are trapped by the idea that Big Government is the answer to all our problems. Trump has the ability to be bold.
Trump can face Russian leader Vladimir Putin and be formidable, not apologetic. I once wrote how we do not need a leader who paints in pastels. America needs a leader who paints in the bold colors of red, white, and blue.
I travel around the world and I sense that it is in turmoil. It wants America to be strong and clear in its message. I remember when Ross Perot came on the scene and had the same kind of positive message. Perot started to take hold until for some reason he left the race. It is interesting that in that 1992 presidential election a Bush was running against a Clinton.
I only hope that Trump follows through and goes the distance without dropping out early and becoming a spoiler. Listening to Donald Trump today made me feel that the greatest days of America could be ahead of us. Donald Trump has the balls, common sense, and know-how to lift America out of the current destructive path it is currently facing. He communicates plainly to the American people with bold clarity.
I look forward to seeing how the race takes shape and how he responds in the debates. While there are many interesting and terrific candidates, we need someone who does not tiptoe through the tulips of ideas. We need someone who will take those ideas on directly. My thinking is that Trump has a knockout punch, the question is: how hard is his chin?