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DONALD TRUMP – PART EIGHT

The following article is the finest example of why freedom loving Americans need to pay more attention to the 2016 election cycle than they ever have. I am certain there are other leaders who can shake our people and government up but they are hiding or know that getting elected President of the United States is 100% controlled by money and the most biased press in my 85 years on this earth.

Electing those like Hillary Clinton is just another step closer to Communism and maybe that is what the majority of Americans really want. If so, I am one of the saddest Americans alive today. The millions of brave Americans who served and/or died protecting my right to publish this article served or died in vain, including myself. If “The Donald” does happen to be the next President of the United States, watching the lazy ass politicians finally have to run and hide, will be one of the happiest days of my life.”God bless America”. Clyde W Brewer  A proud veteran of the US Navy. A long time ago.

A great “read” and reasons to think twice about “The Donald” and “Take back America’. Interesting article – it will be interesting to see how this plays out.

Trump’s Trump   By G. Murphy Donovan

Donald Trump is a piece of work even by New York standards: tall, white, loud, brash, entrepreneurial, successful, rich, ruthlessly candid, well-dressed, and fond of heterosexual women. He has married at least three delicious ladies in fact. Trump has five children and seven grandchildren. Indeed, his progeny are well above average too, smartly groomed, photogenic, and successful to boot. As far as we know, Donald does not have any tattoos, piercings, unpaid taxes, or under-aged bimbo interns. He is not a drunk or a junkie either.

Trump projects and enterprises probably employ more folks than the NYC school system — or the United Nations.

You could say that Trump is living the life, not the life of Riley, but more like Daddy Warbucks with a comb over. “The Donald,” as one ex-wife calls him, is not just living the American dream. Trump is the dream — and proud of it.

You could do worse than think of Trump as upwardly mobile blue collar. He is the grandson of immigrants and the product of Long island, a Queens household, and a Bronx education. The Donald survived the Jesuits of Fordham University for two years before migrating to finish his baccalaureate at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

When readers of the New York Times , The New Yorker , and the New York Review of Books speak of “the city”, they are not talking about the Queens or the Bronx.  Growing and schooling in the blue-collar boroughs gives Trump a curb level perspective, something seldom found in Manhattan. Or as any “D” Train alumnus might put it, Trump has “a pretty good Bravo Sierra detector.”

So what’s not to like about Donald Trump? He doesn’t just stay in four-star hotels; he builds them. He doesn’t just own luxury condominiums; he makes them. He doesn’t just own historic buildings; he restores them. He doesn’t just eat at the best restaurants; he creates them. He just doesn’t belong to the best country clubs; he builds those, too.

And Donald Trump, unlike the Manhattan/Washington fantasy Press and every Beltway political pimp, doesn’t just pay lip service to a bigger and better economy, he creates micro-economies every day. The only thing we don’t know about Donald Trump is why he would like to immigrate to the District of Columbia.

In any case, the merits of entrepreneurs like Trump might best be defined by the character or motives of his critics. Trump detractors are for the most part “B” list politicians, ambulance chasers, and a left-leaning Press corps that lionizes the likes of Nina Totenberg, Dan Rather, Chris Matthews, Andrea Mitchell, and Brian Williams.

If the truth were told, most of Trump’s critics are jealous, envious of his wealth and they loath his candor. Donald might also be hated for what he is not. Trump is not a lawyer, nor is he a career politician who lives on the taxpayer dime. Trump is paying for his own campaign. Bernie, Barack, McCain, and Kerry could take enterprise lessons from a chap like Trump.

Unlike most government barnacles, Trump can walk and chew gum at the same time. He knows how to close a deal and build something. He is a net creator, not consumer, of a kind of wealth that provides “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” for Americans — real jobs not feather merchants.

Today, Trump has nothing left to prove. Yet, success has allowed him the rarest of public privileges, an electoral pulpit and the courage to speak his mind. Alas, truth is not necessarily a political asset in a socialized democracy.

Indeed, the erstwhile presidential candidate stepped on his crank recently by suggesting that Mexico, already exporting dangerous drugs, cheap tomatoes, and even cheaper labor, was also exporting violent felons to the US.

Truth hurts! Trump’s rude candor is underwritten by nearly half a million illegal felons in American jails. Coincidentally, events have conspired to support Trump’s take on Mexican dystopia with the El Chapo Guzman jailbreak and the murder of Kathryn Steinle by Francisco Sanchez.  Senor Sanchez sported a lengthy criminal record and had been deported on four previous occasions. San Francisco, a “sanctuary” city, failed to honor existing warrants and released Sanchez from jail just before he blew Kathy Steinle away.

As serendipity would have it, Trump then went to Phoenix on 12 July and gave a stem winder to a sell-out crowd on the subject of illegal immigration  Senator John McCain was not pleased to have The Donald on Arizona’s front lawn and intemperately called Trump supporters “crazies.” Trump returned fire saying that McCain was no hero. Here again Trump cut to the quick, pointing out that no one qualifies as a hero because he was shot down or captured. Indeed, being a hostage in North Vietnam is not necessarily heroic either. McCain is thought by some to be a heroic because he refused to accept an early release. In fact, the Hanoi parole offer was a ruse, a Hobson’s choice, designed to embarrass McCain and his father at CINCPAC. If McCain took the parole and abandoned his fellow POWs, he would have shamed his father and been ostracized by shipmates. Indeed, had John McCain not been the son and grandson of famous and victorious, Pacific Command flag officers, no one would have noticed him then or now.

Few of the demagogues who have come to John McCain’s defense could name any of the 600 Vietnam-era POWs other than McCain. McCain is famous today because he, like John Kerry, has parlayed a very average Vietnam military service into a three-decade political sinecure. We know of 50,000 Vietnam veterans that might be more deserving than John McCain. Unfortunately, they died in a war that generals couldn’t win and politicians couldn’t abide. A body bag seldom gets to play the “hero.”

McCain is no political hero either. He is famously ambiguous on domestic issues like immigration. He is also a Johnny-come-lately to Veterans Administration rot, which has metastasized as long as McCain has been in office. On foreign policy, McCain is a Victoria Nuland era crackpot, supporting East European coups, playing cold warrior, and posturing with neo-Nazis in Kiev. McCain pecks at Putin too because the Senate, like the Obama crew, hasn’t a clue about genuine threats like the ISIS jihad or the latest Islam bomb.

To date, Trump has run a clever campaign. He is chumming, throwing red meat and blood into campaign waters and all the usual suspects are in a feeding frenzy. McCain, the Press, the Left, and the Republican establishment all have something to say about “the Donald.” It is truly amazing how cleverly Trump manages to manipulate the establishment. If you are trying to sell an idea or a candidacy, there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

Who knows where the Trump campaign goes? For the moment, he has scored direct hits on Mexico and McCain. With El Capo on the loose again, every time a toilet flushes in Sinaloa, Mexican garbage is likely to spill out in Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Francisco, Portland, or Seattle. Indeed, it’s hard to believe that the Left Coast could survive without cheap labor, pistileros , meth, coke, heroin, or weed. Necrotic immigration and its byproducts are ready made targets for a gunslinger like Trump.

Trump is no bigot. He probably employs more Latinos and Blacks than Enrique Peña Nieto or Barack Obama. In his own way, Donald Trump is both immigrant and POW, a refugee from Queens and still a prisoner of Wharton. The Donald is The Dude, the guy with babes and a role of Benjamins that would choke a shark. He is the wildly successful capitalist that some of us love to hate.

Before democratic socialism, success and effectiveness were measures of merit.  It doesn’t take much insight to compare Trump’s various enterprises with federal programs.  Public education, banking oversight, public housing slums, poverty doles, veterans fiascos, Internal Revenue hijinks, and even some Defense Department procurement programs are consensus failures.  The F-35 “Lightning” fighter is an illustration, arguably the most expensive single DOD boondoggle in history. Pentagon progressives seldom win a catfight these days, but they still spend like sailors. If and when Trump fails, he is out of business.

In Trump’s world, failure has consequences.  In contrast, Washington rewards failure with better funding. Indeed, generational program failure is now a kind of perverse incentive for Beltway politicians and apparatchiks to throw good money after failed programs. The difference between Trump and McCain should be obvious to any fair observer; Trump has done something with his talents. McCain, in contrast, is coasting on a military myth and resting on the laurels of Senatorial tenure.

Any way you look at it, Donald Trump is good for national politics, good for democracy, good for America, and especially good for candor. If nothing else, The Donald may help Republicans to pull their heads out of that place where the sun seldom shines.

The author had two tours in Vietnam as a junior officer and subsequently served as command Intelligence briefer in Hawaii where he updated CINCPAC, John McCain’s father, on POW matters.

DONALD TRUMP – PART TWO

Donald Trump has captured my attention deeper than any human I ever voted for since Ronald Regan. I was skeptical of Reagan at first because of his being Governor of LaLa land, the home of fruits and nuts. What he did for America has steadily been destroyed by Bush, Clinton, Bush and totally wrecked by Obama. I can’t bring myself to address Obama as Mr. or President as I have absolutely no respect for him as a man or what he has done to destroy our Constitution and States Rights.

Do I like Donald Trump? Liking him is not a leadership factor and I have never met the man. What I do respect is his proven no-nonsense leadership and a burning desire to clean up the out-of-control mess in Washington. Several of the others say they will do the same but only one, Ted Cruz, has the determination to do what the Donald has promised. Cruz will never get the nomination as he no big money supporters and will not be able to buy the nomination. He would make the perfect replacement for Joe Biden and be President after he and the Donald shake up America like it has never been done before. Everyone in politics and the sugar daddies, Soros, Buffett, the Koch’s and hundreds more who actually run the government  are scared to death of the Donald and Cruz.  In this series I am working on you will see facts that many didn’t know about him, including me..

Some love Trump and far too many spew hate but no one can deny he is thought-provoking, and clearly deserves a chance to be the Republican nominee. I hope you will read all of the articles I am working on before you write Trump off. He is abrasive and unfortunately he is the enemy of all of the others running, except Cruz.  Remember how the politicians made fun of Ronald Reagan. Reagan did not have to combat the Republicans and the 100% negative press by the networks who all also hate his guts, including Fox. 

Trump has stirred up the RINOs, like McCain, Graham, Boehner, McConnell and many more. This will be obvious in the evident during the GOP debates ( really donkey barbecues)  that are underway today. What is so obvious are the charges made and the criticisms of Trump that are amazingly unproven cheap shots. So far the Republicans, Democrats or the rabid major networks can’t find any ​negative facts from his employees or others who have done business with him. Rest assured they will dig up dirt and any highly successful person will make enemies from the zealousness of losers and ex-wives. 

I just read a great article that related some facts about the Donald that impressed me deeply, I will share them with you. “His long-term employees call him a strong and merciful leader and say he is far more righteous and of high integrity​ than people may think​. While it may surprise many, he’s actually humble when it comes to his generosity and kindness. A good example is a story that tells of his limo breaking down on a deserted highway outside of New York City. A middle-aged couple stopped to help him and as a thank you he paid off their mortgage, but he didn’t brag about it”. Generous and good people rarely discuss any charity they bestow on others”. Take the time to absorb some on the “facts” you will read. I will start off with his position regarding the military.

Trump has no desire to take military action in any other country’s problems unless we are compensated for doing so. Risking our military lives or incurring major expenditures must also be compensated.  He has cited that the Iraq War was a huge monetary expense to American taxpayers (over $1.5 trillion, and possibly much more depending on what sources are used. The loss of American lives can never be compensated and the loss of Iraqi lives was horrible. Trump has made it clear that Iraq should have been required to compensate America with oil for all of the expenses we incurred. Trump added another debt that Iraq should pay for, includes the medical costs for our military and $5 million for each family that lost a loved one in the war and $2 million for each family of soldiers who received severe injuries. How many of you knew this? I did not.

Trump is committed that America must have a strong military again. His number one priority for the federal government is national defense. He has stated that we need to groom military leaders like General Patton or General MacArthur to rebuild our military back to the strength it must be. That’s all for today, the remaining articles will address how Trump views other issues. The need for an Executive branch of government that will “Kick ass and take names” will be decided in 2016. I hope you will join me in electing Trump/Cruz.  

C Brewer  

 

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