Thursday, November 10, 2016

The Overwhelming Stench of Corruption is No More in Wash D.C.

Donald Trump, love him or hate him, is now the new sheriff in town. He pulled off the miracle of the century by promising that, by electing him, he would “drain the swamp” and get rid of the overwhelming stench of corruption that now permeates the center of our government in Wash. D.C. The elites and the members of the establishment, both Democrat and Republican, who have despised him, will now will have to adjust their ways of doing business. He accomplished this miracle with a main stream media being solidly and viciously being massed against him and his policies, and a small group of disgruntled Republican RINO's, who couldn't see the forest for the trees.

The “Typhoid Mary” of American politics, Hillary Clinton, has finally been shown the door before she could do any more damage to our democratic republic. Never did the voting public have a more clear choice to say, “no more Clinton corruption” now or in the future.

Donald Trump made a very conciliatory victory speech, which received much praise from both friend or foe, reaching out to all the American people regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion or gender. Being the smart, intelligent person that he is (contrary to how he was pictured in the biased media), he will be the real uniter and not the divider, like our present leader was supposed to be these past 8 years.

Since Donald Trump was not beholden to any of the various special interest groups, like his opponent was, he will be able to do what is right and not what is expedient for the American people. What a breath of fresh air that is!

Now Donald Trump will have to produce for the American people, who gave him a mandate by returning, for him, a Republican Senate and House of Representatives, but after watching him tirelessly campaign the past year and a half, who doesn't think he won't succeed in his quest to “Make America Great Again”? He has been a tremendous success in most all of his endeavors. He does what only others talk about. His ego, which he has been criticized for, will be his motivating force to succeed as President for all the people. Don't underestimate him.

Yes, Trump is sometimes rough around the edges and sometimes he says things that get him in trouble, but you can't say that he doesn't put his heart and soul into what he believes in. He will not be all talk and no action like some of our feckless politicians have shown a propensity to say and not do.

The fumigating gun has or will arrive in Wash. D.C. to eradicate the “stench of corruption” that persists in the workings of the elites in the halls of Congress and in the bureaucracy that feeds off of it.

God bless President-elect Donald Trump, and may he succeed in bringing back the thoughts and ideas that our “Founding Fathers”, who have given us the means of righting our ship of state that has been off-course these past 8 years.

Conservative commentary by Chuck Lehmann

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1 comment:

Ray Jacobson said...

Did you notice that Obama was playing nicey-nice to Trump at heir first White House meeting? Just the week before he was mocking Trump as being unfit to be president and other put downs. He never thought Trump would win, but now since Trump won, he feels his legacy is at stake so he wanted to soften up Trump to try to salvage many of his misguided acts and proposals after Trump takes office. Obama is going to leave office with the presidency, both houses of congress, most governorships and the person who nominates supreme Court justices, all in the hands of the Republicans. Thank you Obama and Hillary, with friends like you, the Democrats don't need enemies.