Trump Clinches GOP Nomination 4

Donald Trump , Republican Candidate for President of The United States

Donald Trump , Republican Candidate for President of The United States

Oh, my goodness! Donald Trump has enough delegates to claim the Republican nomination for President of The United States. How many pundits have you seen on the television, today, talk about how impossible this seemed one year ago. I was in agreement, then, but now I think I have figured why Donald Trump is so popular.

Donald Trump is a WINNER!

Yeah, I know. Winning has become such a bad thing in modern American life, primary because of those who are hesitant to compete. In life no matter what economic system you are under, you have to compete for your status and eventual level of lifestyle.

Sometimes, I think Trump is so inarticulate that his message is not getting across. It gets across. People understand winning, and they are tired of losing. Trump has virtually patented that approach to the Presidency, and it is about time.

As Americans, we are tired of losing. We are tired of those who say we cannot stand up to Russia, China, or Islam. It’s all loser talk. We don’t need anymore losers in the White House.

Trump has always been weak on policy, but that is correctable. Policies come and go. Believe it or not, I happen to think that Obama’s approach to Viet Nam is a good one because any relationship we have with Viet Nam is a thorn in the side of the Chinese.

Policies may be complex, difficult to implement, and result in things we cannot foresee. That’s OK. Donald Trump is a bright guy, and I would rather trust the future of our country to a winner than a prevaricating politician and scofflaw like Hillary Clinton.

Milquetoasts and cowards like Barack Obama can ruin our country for generations. Winners can bring us back on line fast. It takes energy and dedication, none of which have been present in former GOP Presidential candidates, to turn this country around. Donald Trump is the only man in eight years that can do this.

No matter what people think about intellect, policy, and politics, winning is still the most important. If you can’t win then find something else to do with your time other than politics.

Trump is a winner. Pass the word around.

 

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4 comments

  1. You keep spelling whiner wrong.
    “They’re mean to me.” “They said nasty things, really nasty.” etc.
    When all that’s important is winning, we’ve lost.

  2. “When all that’s important is winning, we’ve lost.”

    The Democrats were in much the same position after GW’s second administration. They were really frustrated, and just wanted a winner. They got that winner in Barack Obama, a guy that had never had a real job, and had no accomplishments of any kind in his past. He could talk hope and change, and is, indeed, a great speaker. Substance means nothing to them, and I think it is about time we took a page out of their campaign book. You have to win before you can do substantial things. That’s my story, and I am sticking to it.

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