Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Why Donald Trump Would Be A Great Next President
I am not a big Donald Trump for President fan...yet.
For I don't like the fact that he called George W. 'evil' recently, and the fact that he has supported Democrats in the past.
Neither do I have confidence that he appreciates national security issues, though I am open to hearing what he has to say about that.
He is not necessarily your proto-type Tea Party Conservative, and would likely not share all the concerns the Tea Party is interested in.
But, that having been said, there are several things about The Donald that make him very appealing as one who can get us out of the mess the socialist libiots have gotten us in to.
Primarily, and with no doubts, The Donald is this: DRIVEN, TOUGH and NO-NONSENSE.
And if our economy is the primary concern among most Americans, Trump, as a hard-nosed, seasoned businessman, it without peer in either party as the person most able to get us back on course.
For he would be in the White House as he is in the Board Room, direct, to the point, probing, decisive and does not tolerate excuses. He is brave and strong enough to call an idiot and idiot, a bribe a bribe, a scam a scam, and is far from gullible. He expects others to be responsible with what is tasked to them and excepts no excuses.
Furthermore, he would not be intimidated by anyone, whether that is George Soros and his minions, the press, the Democraps, or anyone, for that matter.
Donald Trump is a decent guy. He is compassionate and kind. I like him as a man and a person. He is a dedicated family man. But when it comes to business, he is shrewd and as mentioned above, absolutely no-nonsense.
Now transpose these images into the White House and it is hard not to see him succeeding in making the right decisions to begin to bring us out of the Democratic nighmare we are now living in.
For he will unabashedly call the Dems on their B.S. He will expect results from those who have tasks. He will not accept excuses. And, most importantly, he will fire those who are not performing.
Can any of that be a bad thing?
I know that The Donald loves America. He loves capitalism and has benefited from it's freedoms. His decisions will be good for business and the economy, I am convinced.
And though I am a Newt Gingrich sort of fan, in the times that we now are faced with, I believe that Trump's business experience and intolerance for foolishness could be the best shot we have at beginning an economic recovery in this country.
Plus, Trump is getting plenty of traction in the media these days. His wealth allows him to send investigators to sniff out all of Obama's well-hidden secrets and, in fact, has been the only one powerful enough to get Obama to put forth a real birth certificate (if indeed it is real). That kind of power, already demonstrated, could lead him all the way to the White House, although many conservative Republicans would have to bite the bullet on some issues in the name of getting us back on our feet, economically.
For I have no doubt that the great Christian American Spirit can recover from the Democratic Doom imposed on us, and once again rise to prominence and success.
And I really don't see that happening with any other Republican candidate at this time.
So, maybe not any time, but for THIS time, with the situation we are in, it is hard to argue that Donald Trump would not be the Republican's best weapon to defeat socialism and put us on our feet for an economic recovery.
For, can you see The Donald at the bargaining table with OPEC? Perhaps the conversation would go a little like this:
TRUMP: We want you to drop the price oil to $30 a barrel.
OPEC (after bouts of scornful laughter): And, why, Mr. President, should we do that?
TRUMP: Well, if you do not, we will increase our price of food we sell to your country by 1000%, we will withdraw our military support from the area and you will all be devoured by Iran, and we will set a naval blockade around your countries so that you cannot sell a drop of oil to anyone.
Or something like that. The point is, Trump's shrewd business acumen means he understands what cards we hold and he, of all people, will be able to leverage these things so that America once again starts to get fair deals from other countries instead of nothing but the shaft.
And the final reason that Trump would make a good President at this time, as seen in the picture above, is that he is always around beautiful women... ;)
p.s. How's that, Debbie? :)
Posted by RightHooks at 12:22 PM