Americans will want to hear what Donald Trump has to say about an open border policy that has brought to the coast of Maine the Somalian horde Americans horrifyingly saw portrayed in Black Hawk Down. Mr. Trump will be able to speak on the scourge that is MS 13. How have any of these emergency room clogging, cutthroats been allowed into the United States? Indeed let’s hear what Donald Trump would do about our porous open borders and the radical Muslim element that now proliferates American college campuses. How does Mr. Trump think the Muslim Brotherhood fits into our Founding Fathers’ model of a federal republic?
Donald Trump has announced with predictably great fanfare that he will be the jobs president Americans have not seen before. It will be useful to find out specifically how all those lost jobs the nation-building Bush/Cheney administration and the Marxist-tinged Obama crowd sent flooding to China will return to America.
Donald Trump will be able to speak forcefully on our tax code and why junking it and moving to a low and fair flat tax can produce thousands of high-paying jobs. Trump has been an enormous business success and has not achieved his goals with a big government, open borders, income redistribution model practiced by the failed Obama administration model, never mind a foreign government influenced “charitable” foundation model now being promoted by Hillary Clinton. And aren’t Americans fed up by even the voices and images of the Clinton/Bush gang plastered all over the media?
“Votes for Trump will be votes to reject a regime run by Bushes and Clintons that plunged us into unnecessary wars, cannot secure our borders, and negotiates trade deals that produced the largest trade deficits known to man and gutted a manufacturing base that was once ‘the great arsenal of democracy’ and envy of mankind.”
Trump says America is becoming a “ dumping ground” for mass immigration from the failed states of the Third World, that Mexico is not “ sending us her best and finest,” that China is stealing American jobs, that invading Iraq was a blunder.
If Trump wants to stake his claim as a different kind of Republican, he will go to Washington and pound the Boehner-McConnell Congress until it gives up on Obamatrade and fast track.”
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