George Will claims that Donald Trump will be the person who destroys the Republican Party, but what Will is really worried about is that Donald Trump will destroy the status quo. For the party elites, the destruction of the status quo pretty much spells the end for them in terms of power and control.
Mr. Will’s comments flagrantly disregard the will of the people. After all, Trump has become the party’s presumptive nominee without any support from the party elite. Quite the contrary: they covertly worked to undermine his candidacy and met with complete failure; Trump has prevailed and certainly deserves the spoils of his efforts. He is beholden to no-one, having accomplished this feat on his own dime. To me that says a lot about his profound belief in himself and his willingness to invest in himself as a commodity the Americans want to buy.
Donald Trump understands that the destruction of the USA as we know it would presage the destruction of Donald Trump. He is a free market capitalist who believes in limited government intrusion and regulation. He realizes that the private sector, not the federal government, is the engine of job creation. He knows that illegal immigration will eventually dilute the voter base in the USA,and he is keenly aware that the USA cannot take in thousands upon thousands of un-vetted refugees and not suffer in terms of our security. He is outspoken and passionate about these issues, almost brazenly so. For that incivility, some have jumped on George Will’s bandwagon, yelling, Never Trump!
In two terms Barack Obama—along with a devious bunch of Democrats and a colluding RINO establishment—has done more damage culturally, socially, and financially that any previous president, surpassing even Jimmy Carter. Is it any wonder that a large portion of the American people are willing to get behind a candidate who promises to change course? At the same time, it baffles me that there are those who still refuse to see that Hillary or Bernie offer more of the same: a trip further down the road of socialism that advances the disastrous policies and practices that Barack Obama has undertaken.
In a scathing op-ed piece, George Will would have you believe that it is the duty of the GOP to turn on Trump, not because of his positions, but because he is “unelectable” and may take the House and the Senate down with him. Indeed, Will is bald-faced in his desire to save the establishment:
"If Trump is nominated, Republicans working to purge him and his manner from public life will reap the considerable satisfaction of preserving the identity of their 162-year-old party while working to see that they forgo only four years of the enjoyment of executive power."
Yes. You read that right. To “save” the party, George Will would consign us to four years of Hillary Clinton. He and the rest of his cronies point to Donald Trump and try to convince us that this man is the poison pill for America. Here’s a tip, folks: The first dose of poison for America is already sitting in the Oval Office, and the second dose, in the form of Hillary Clinton, will likely be lethal.
Ever since Hillary Clinton arrived on the scene in American politics it has been abundantly clear that short of landing cushy positions on the coat-tails of hubby Bill or being appointed by him to serve in some unofficial capacity (HillaryCare), she is a woman of dubious accomplishments. Through her words and actions and even her early writings on child welfare, it is clear that she follows the teachings of Saul Alinsky and prefers our current trend toward socialism. In fact, she recently said in her usual strident manner that she will not sit back and allow someone like Donald Trump to destroy the progress that has been made in the past seven and one-half years. What progress might that be?
Donald Trump was never at the top of my list as the nominee but he was never at the bottom either. Nominee or not, he brought a feisty gumption to this election season, bringing up time and again issues that need to be addressed. Until he came on the scene, those in the politically correct corner had effectively hushed up rational-minded people across the nation. That horse is out of the barn now, so to speak, and a large portion of the populace is fully engaged and not afraid to vent its anger and frustration.
America stands at a crossroad. To the left is a future that makes the people a slave to big government and eventual socialistic globalism. To the right is the road that begins to restore this nation to its roots and conservative values and the belief in American Exceptionalism: the conviction that freedom and opportunity is all that is necessary for success if one is willing to work hard for it. I suggest that George Will pack his bags and join the rest of the liberal pundits in the lame-stream, Left-leaning media if he hasn’t already. His job is done.
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