Why I Support Donald Trump for President

What I am about to say may anger some of my fans and readers and some people may say nasty things about me.  But, we are at a very crucial time in American history and this election is unlike any other election we have ever had.  The future of our country is hanging in the balance.  In this election the American people have a choice between continuing on a path led by the liberal progressives to fundamentally change and alter the country and our constitution, or stick up for our constitution and become the great nation that we once were.

When our constitution was signed someone asked the great founder Benjamin Franklin, “What kind of country did you give us?”

Dr. Franklin replied, “A republic if you can keep it.”

When our nation first began politicians not only represented the people, but they worked for the people to get laws passed that would improve the lives of Americans.  The President, the senators, and congress worked for us, the people. Our great republic is slowly being chipped away by the growing government. We need to restore our freedoms and personal liberties that made America exceptional and allowed people like Donald Trump to become successful.

Today, when politicians run for office they depend on big donors in order to afford to campaign.  Then the donors and the super packs make their candidate promise to pass laws that favor their interests.  This has been going on for a long time in American politics.  The big donors get someone elected and the elected official now works for the donors, not the people.

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In 2010 the people of this great nation revolted against President Obama’s policies and elected  a majority of Republicans in both houses of congress.  They promised us they would repeal and replace Obama Care, de-fund Planned Parenthood among other things.  I was excited after the election of 2010 and felt hopeful that Obama would not be able to continue with his destructive policies during the last half of his administration, because we finally had Republicans that would stick up for us.

Now it’s 2016 and we still have Obama Care.  My health insurance costs have gone up.  My husband finally has a good paying job, but we can not afford to put our whole family on his health policy so the kids are still on Medicaid.  Planned Parenthood is still being funded and continues to kill thousands of innocent babies.  Obama continued with his executive orders and Congress did nothing to stop the reckless Obama agenda.  We were betrayed by the people we trusted to represent us in Washington and we are angry. It is time to take our country back.

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Donald Trump will not accept donations for his campaign.  He can not be bought.  He understands why the people are angry and he promises to work for us.  This is why the Republican establishment is so upset and they are trying everything that they can to destroy Trump.

The political elite and Republican establishment are used to the way things have always been.  They get millions and millions of dollars from wealthy donors so they are able to remain in power.  The donors are afraid that if Donald Trump becomes President he won’t sign or enforce what ever laws, bills or regulations that they are paying Congress to pass. For example, if you are the CEO of a big company and you reached out to 50 different representatives in Congress and offered them money in return for passing legislation that is favorable to their business, a Trump President may or may not sign it or enforce it. So they are doing everything that they can to stop him from getting the nomination.  Our government should not be bought.  They need to represent us, the people and not the wealthy, corporate elite class.

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The Republican establishment is destroying their party by chosing not to support Trump.  I am ashamed that I ever considered myself a Republican.

We need to support Donald Trump.  He is the only one that can beat Hillary Clinton.  He draws huge crowds and is bringing in supporters from nearly every demographic.  The voter turn out for Super Tuesday on the Republican side in 2016 has surpassed the voter turn out in the same states during the primary in 2012.  ABC reported that GOP voter turnout for the twelve Super Tuesday states was over 8 million.  Votes for Donald Trump in most of the Super Tuesday states were nearly twice as many as Mitt Romney received in 2012, according to The International Business Times.

The Democrats are less energized in this election.  ABC also reported that voter turnout for Clinton and Sanders in the Super Tuesday states was only 5.5 million.  The result of the general election is going to depend on voter turnout.  If Trump can bring in millions of more people to the polls he will win.  If the Republican establishment succeeds in having a brokered convention and choses a nominee that does not represent the will of the people, 2016 will be the first Presidential election that I will stay home instead of voting.  I urge all Trump supporters to do the same.  If we don’t stand behind Trump, Hillary will become the next president and you can say goodbye to Lincoln’s, “Government, of the people, for the people and by the people.” Under a Clinton administration the government representing the people will perish from this earth.

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For more information about Donald Trump, his policies and to get involved in the campaign to help make America great again visit DonaldJTrump.com.

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  • Hannah , March 5, 2016

    Although we are all entitled to our opinions, I don’t see how anyone could support Donald Trump. He is a racist, prejudice, misogynist, who makes fun of people with disabilities. He is a hateful person. I can’t wrap my mind around how anyone would want someone like that to represent their country. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t support Hilary either. I think they’re both clowns. I would much rather my vote go to someone like Bernie Sanders who actually cares about the American people. I hope and pray that Donald Trump does not become president. He will run this country to the ground.

  • Cascia Talbert , March 5, 2016

    Thank you for sharing your opinion. That’s what is great about our country. We have the right to free speech and can disagree peacefully.

    Thanks for stopping by, Hannah. Have a terrific weekend.

  • M klapman , March 6, 2016

    Trump is a Frankenstein monster brought on by the Republican party for the last 7 years when they began to substitute uncompromising viciousness for real debate. The Republican problem is that they have evolved into a party that most serves the interests of the richest fraction of the USA. However they do not have enough people to win elections by themselves, so they have used fear and hatred to court other people who eat it up. Now Trump has tapped into that fraction.

  • Cascia Talbert , March 6, 2016

    Great point. Thanks for stopping by and leaving us a comment.

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