Previously I have documented that there are a lot of very scary signs involving Donald Trump. He never speaks of principles, history, the constitution, heritage, congress, courts, and many other critical institutions fundamental to our country which gives educated listeners a bitter taste of populist centralism in their mouth; and I have shown that he very likely may be a fully fledged sociopath.
Now I am going to make the case for him.
But first, some additional disclaimers. Donald Trump has made some doozy of statements that if they are followed through on, would make him a nightmare. These statements include openly espousing religious discrimination, war crimes, censorship, disregard for natural rights, meeting with wicked men, and hyper-central control. Indeed, for most of my positive arguments, there is an easy argument against him.
Nowhere in searching hundreds of hours of content available from the well documented and public life of Donald Trump is there a single indication that he hates women as a gender, people based on the color of their skin, people based on where they were born, people based on what religion they are from. In fact, his policies that have led for many to conclude or assume this is true, are all rooted in his well declared belief in national sovereignty. For all intents and purposes, he is a very liberal New Yorker who really does claim to have a heart for all of humanity but we have gotten to a point where to believe in having a border, to be selective on who comes into the country, in promoting the welfare of American citizens, we have been conditioned to connect these platform points as somehow a form of discrimination; it is not, it is simply believing in the concept of having a nation with citizens of that nation.
Second is this concept of violence. Donald Trump rarely if ever has ever swung first, in almost any confrontation he has had with anyone in the public sphere. In common law, a person is not considered violent if they do not initiate violence. He is a “tough guy” with a reputation of being a fighter and hard hitter but again, he correctly points out that he doesn’t start it and so when we turn on the network corporate broadcasting media such as Fox News or CNN and see and hear about how violent this man is, this also is not a true assessment.
The main thing that makes Trump a person worth voting for is he is the first independent person to have a real shot at attaining the high executive office in many lifetimes. This is very important. When a free nation reaches its collapsing point it is usually centered around decadence, corruption and money. When I say money, I mean special interests. This means politics retreats from the public spotlight to the backroom with handshakes and agreements made between the wealthy and those in office for the gain of everyone involved except for the general public. The fact that Trump was in those backrooms making the handshake deals is actually a good thing so long as he blatantly admits it and is very much wanting to end the concept of corporatism and secret governance. By him declaring his independence from money and special interest, stating how much he hates that he had to spend $200 million in extortion money to politicians, he has hit an important niche that actually gives him the opportunity offer real reform, something unseen in any living person’s lifetime.
Secret Trade Agreements
Trump is the only candidate left in the race who is passionately against secret trade deals that screw everyone in the world and benefit the very secret “elite.” He correctly explains that China will come in after the structure is made and private corporate controlling boards are established to control all international commerce and will basically take over. There is no amount of energy that can be poured into this article that can stress how important opposition to the Trans Pacific Partnership is and that there is really nowhere to turn other than Trump to have a principled stand against such dark agreements.
When Trump does take on the mantle of “conservative” something that does not fit his platform, it is in the fact that he believes in cutting spending, balancing the budget, lowering taxes, and removing special interest. He personally has never gone bankrupt, he has bounced back from major economic downturns, he has been a entrepreneur and builder his whole career and several of his so called “bankruptcies” were him making sure that his core businesses which employ thousands upon thousands were not hurt. It will be in the next presidency that the nation will be forced to either change its fiscal habits or go into default. Default is not a place that projects any sort of strength. The one huge positive of a successful business man is that they have actually had to be concerned with finances. This may be the time in the history of the nation when a real businessman is the president.
War and Peace
Trump claims he was always against the invasion of Iraq based on its poor premise and in how it served American interest. In his discussion on war, and on his website, he states that he believes that war should be won. HE ACTUALLY BELIEVES IN WINNING WAR!!! This is a radical change from the policies of the last 3 administrations who have most conclusively incorporated a system of eternal war into their war policy. He has talked about making countries pay for our army being in their country, about bringing military home to America, about destroying the enemy and being done. I strongly disagree with him talking about taking other nations resources as a spoil of war, and if he sticks with defensive and decisive war, this will not need to happen.
Donald Trump also believes in peace. This is also a huge deviation from all other candidates. The other candidates want to get in a conventional land war with Russia, over, nothing they did but instead what we are doing. When Trump said he would become friends with Russia’s president and team up against common enemies, I cheered! This is common sense, and it is something that is unique to Trump.
Other Positive Moments
Other positive moments from Trump is when he was willing to state that loading little toddlers up with enough vaccines to inoculate a horse was a seemingly dangerous policy and gave anecdotal evidence to back it up, I cheered. He said there are secret pages of the report that was made on the cause of 9/11 and that he will get it unclassified, I cheered. When he called out the Bush family for protecting the family of Osama Bin Laden and making special arrangements to get them flown out of the country, I cheered. When he said he would audit the Federal Reserve I lit up with happiness. When it was reported that he told Judge Napolitano he would tap him for Supreme Court, again I cheered. When he released a actual free market plan for health care, I celebrated. There are many more moments that are very much a positive related to the orange skinned, funky hair pompous buffoon and they are just positive enough to make a real case in his favor.