The Great Crusade begins
(Hell, there were times that I couldn't even figure out the actual differences between Odoofuss and Romney. He was that bad a candidate.)
And he is winning.
As for his many business failures- a reader pointed out to me after I originally wrote this post that the public laughingstock that is Elizabeth Warren, Fauxcahontas herself, had made a big deal out of some analysis done on Mr. Trump's business ventures. Apparently that analysis concluded that Mr. Trump could have simply plonked his money in the stock market and spent the rest of his days on a yacht
You know what that tells me? It tells me that Mr. Trump is a man willing to work to earn his status and his power and his privileges. It tells me that Mr. Trump is smarter and better and more capable than well over 75% of all active money managers out there- many of whom are registered Democrats, for some bizarre reason. It tells me that he is of a methodical cast of mind, lives by his own exertions, and doesn't take shit from anyone.
I work for a living too. When I see a man who is not only willing but happy to take on great risks to achieve great rewards, I don't think that such a man should be torn down- I think that he should be respected and admired for his tenacity and his skill.
He is also a man whose sons and daughters are, in no uncertain terms, great successes in their own right. His personal life is certainly colourful, but his children speak of him as a firm yet loving father. Having a strong father myself, I know how important that is, and I respect Mr. Trump greatly for the fact that his children have spent their entire lives in the public eye- yet all of them are models of grace, dignity, and human decency.
Can, say, the Kennedy family claim the same thing?
As for his changing political beliefs- yes, he has been inconsistent. To which I reply: so what? Ronald Reagan started out as a liberal Democrat who supported President Roosevelt's massive social engineering programs- yet he grew out of that phase and became a rock-ribbed conservative and the greatest crusader against evil since Richard the Lionheart. Contrariwise, Hillary Clinton was a Goldwater Girl in 1965, yet look at what she has become now.
Satan used to work for God, too, y'know.
But recent events have given me reason to hope, as I had scarcely dared to hope before, that the American people will still rise up and take back what was once theirs.
I expect that this margin will only grow over time, especially once Mr. Trump begins campaigning in earnest against the Hilldebeast. She is an ATROCIOUSLY bad candidate, who is only able to stay in the race because the globalist media in this country hate and fear Mr. Trump so much that they will do literally anything to provide cover for her.
Again, I could be hopelessly wrong. It could be that, once in office, his Macchiavellian tendencies take over and he betrays everything he campaigned on. It could be that he gives in to the Washington establishment and becomes exactly the kind of squishy, useless centrist that has done such profound and terrible damage to this nation.