The Donald Campaign Message 03/20/2016

Fellow Citizens…
The pedal’s to the metal, time’s running out, the ink is drying in the well!

Yes, the numbers are dwindling by the day.  At first we had a gazillion, and now, we are down to a few.  Only the strong survive!
The Race is to the finish and our Rambo Chariot is showing strong. Just watch:
We know what the people want and they are cheering us on to victory! Listen to them:
As the number of candidates slowly reduces, the populace coalesces around a worthy few.  When asked what they are looking for in a candidate, the voters of the country, much like those surveyed in Utah, say they are looking for “a candidate who would restore America to values they believe it has lost.” Deseret News, March 20,2016.  They also know what they don’t want, some more of the wasteful spending like what we see in China:
There’s a 70-acre complex in Shanghai that’s modeled after the Pentagon. But where the U.S. version is a bustling hive of national defense work, China’s version is basically abandoned.

The Pentagonal Mart cost $200 million to build and was finished in 2009. Today, though, it’s a rare sight to see someone cruising the aisles of canned. It’s basically become the biggest vacant building in the city. People’s Daily News cites the Pentagonal Mart’s “location and its confusing inner structures” as the main sources of trouble. Which, yeah, I can think of places I’d rather get lost than a creepy derelict mall.

Have our taxes in the U.S. ever been spent on something like this?

Our politicians spend, talk, spend some more, talk some more and finally decide that they’ve spent too much.  At this point, they point their fingers at the other party and say “you’re to blame, for this mess we’re in.”

Roger Ramjet understands, here’s a short conversation between him and his general:

Roger Ramjet: “General, listen. What’s that?
General G.I. Brassbottom: “It’s either turkeys gobbling or Congress is back in session.”
Yes, they are in session, “Congress has approved some version of this fiscal cliff bill thing. Well, taxes are going up, and now, they’re looking to make cuts just about everywhere.
In fact, oil companies today had to lay off 15 senators.”  Jay Leno
Did you notice that prior to the super bowl, there were weeks of coverage.  Both teams, every player, their likes, dislikes. Statistics were thrown around like footballs.  Every blade of grass or turf was counted and inspected by the press. We knew more about those players, how much they made,what they did and what they said about each other (which wasn’t very nice, sometimes) than we know about those we elect to office.  And here’s the big news,  WE CARE MORE ABOUT THE SUPERBOWL AND THE PLAYERS THAN WE DO ABOUT WHAT CONGRESS DOES WITH OUR MONEY AND COUNTRY.  May be something wrong here.
What do our Founding Father’s Think?

What did the Founding Fathers want for America?

richardinman | 17 March, 2012 16:13

If more Americans pondered this simple question they would have a more clear understanding of why those brave men who came before us risked their blood, treasure and sacred honor to create the greatest nation on Earth.

The Founding Fathers were a revolutionary group, diverse in their professions and yet unified in their goal: American liberty.

They understood that the citizens should have a say in their government and that the government only derives its legitimate power from the consent of the governed.

When Thomas Jefferson penned those timeless, eloquent words of freedom in the Declaration of Independence it sent political shock waves around the world that continue to reverberate in the minds of revolutionaries everywhere.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

A challenge was issued that kings did not automatically have supreme authority.

Rights come from Nature’s God and it was time for men to rise up to secure these rights at any cost because it was the right thing to do.

The American Flag being presented to the Founding Fathers.

If Americans truly want the Republic that their forefathers bled for, they must educate themselves on what the Founding Fathers wanted for America and fight to restore that vision through strict adherence and respect for the Constitution.
  • They must stop trading liberty for security.
  • They must stop thinking the role of the government is to be involved in all aspects of their lives.
  • They must take a good look at what the proper role of government is.
  • They must understand that as government expands, liberty contracts.
  • That government is best, which governs least.

Thomas Jefferson, a true literary warrior for American liberty, stated:

“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.”

Did you catch the phrase above, “IT WAS THE RIGHT THING TO DO”

There you have it. My philosophy about governing America. That phrase and the 5 bullet points above from Richard Dinman capture the essence of good leadership for our country.

In conclusion, I will share 2 prominent ideas I learned by going to church today. 

1) You don’t see hearses pulling U-Hauls, with worldly possessions, to heaven.

2) You can’t fatten up the hog on the day of the fair..

Think about those 2 concepts and you’ll outwit any of my political rivals.

Let’s take the advice from above and vote for the right person, because it’s the right thing to do.

Vote; The Real Donald  ✌


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