Why Trump Is The Man

To think that someone like Hillary Clinton would call trump supporters Deplorable and use such names as she did to define her meaning of deplorable is to me very degrading and shows her true feelings about the American people as a whole.

The Trump people, such as myself, has a very simple and plain explanation that is easy to understand: Trump’s fearless speech-making against the socialist-progressive agenda  (in more simpler  words that we can all understand “Communist Agenda”)  of Obama and his administration has  captivated  and rallied the minds and thoughts of the American people. The Trump movement and its impact on American politics is a reaction to the communist policies that were advanced by the Obama establishment for the past 8 years. And for that we are called deplorable.

One of the consequences of Obama’s communist policies has materialized in the extraordinary divide between elites, or the ruling class, and we, the American people. The ruling class: politicians, big businesses, liberal media, the Political Correctness police, all have entertained the idea that people are ruled by elites, who make the rules as they go along, and those rules serve only those in power. This also goes for the elite Republicans who are saying never Trump. They have the mindset of the democrats.

The American middle class, once envied, has now, under King Obama, h become the underclass. The nation founded on the Constitution and the rule of law has become a nation without borders, of crony capitalism and political corruption. We have liberal news papers calling this nation a democracy and it is not. The United States is a Republic and we are governed by the rule of law. Our personal freedoms are vanishing every day at the hands of a federal government that is exceeding the law and going to far.. The notions of self-reliance and individualism have been replaced by an economically unsustainable welfare state.

The working American is demonized by the media and the ruling class or liberals. They think of us like Hillary as does. In their eyes we are racists, bigots, homophobes, sexist, Islamophobes, intolerant and ignorant, just because of just because we disagree with the radical-leftist policies of the Obama regime and with Hillary Clinton if she is elected.

We (the American people) have finally found a voice in Donald Trump. Why do I say this? It is because Trump’s appeal to the American public has defied the odds; he defeated the Republican Party Elite, and won the nomination of the Republican Party. Trump talks to the American people, to the silent majority, to those forgotten by their own government.

Trump rebukes the idea of a new globalist political order, where people are ruled by elites. He promotes a return to the principles that has made our country great and has stood the test of time: that we the people are sovereign and equal under the law.

Not voting for Trump is a vote for socialism and globalism. Not voting for Trump is a vote against law and order; against immigration enforcement and border security. Not voting for Trump is a vote against free-market capitalism, and pro-growth economic policies. Not voting for Trump is a vote against America’s greatness and a vote for the ungodly way that will come to our country if Hillary is elected. Not voting for Trump is a vote for Hillary, and a vote for Hillary is nothing short of an end of America as we know it.