Trump’s Success Is Optimism
Contrary to what Scott Walker said in his sore loser quitter statement Monday evening, part of the secret of Donald Trump’s success is optimism.
Donald Trump continues to lead in national polls, confounding all the predictions of the political and media pundits and the Republican establishment who have been predicting his implosion and demise almost from day one.
They’re doing it again. This time on the strength of nothing more than Carly Fiorina having a good night at the CNN TV debate. A little premature me thinks.
Whether it was his statements on illegal immigrants, or his opinion of John McCain’s war hero status, or his row with Fox News’s Megyn Kelly, or even his comments about Carly Fiorina’s face, Donald trump plows ahead regardless.
Trump Tells It How It Is
Yes, Donald Trump tells it how it is. He tells us that America is no longer great, thanks to its current President and the useless career politicians who infest Washington. But that is not being pessimistic. That is just facing up to the truth. The rest of the world knows it, so why shouldn’t the American people?
If he left it at that it would be a depressing message. But facing up to the problems means that you know that they are there. When you know the problems are there you can set about trying to fix them. Donald Trump continually says that he, along with the silent majority of Americans, can turn the country around and “make America great again.”
That is optimism, not pessimism. It is giving the ordinary people hope for their future and the future of their children.
Trump Is A Refreshing Change
Donald Trump is certainly a refreshing change from the pathetic whining of the Republican Party establishment time-servers, like Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Speaker of the House, Rep. John Boehner, who, despite having a majority in both houses, can’t defund Planned Parenthood, can’t stop the Iran deal, can’t do anything to end the evisceration of the military, can’t see to it that proper care is given to America’s veterans, and can’t get to grips with any of the liberal socialist policies that Obama has used to weaken America.
Can Trump do all that he says he can? I think he can. And millions of voters think so too. They are drawn to a politician who is optimistic for the future. So powerful a message is it, that it gave Ronald Reagan a landslide victory against Walter Mondale in 1984. Trump is not Ronald Reagan, but it could well do the same for him if the GOP elite give him the chance. It is a shame that thus far this message continues to be lost on most of the Republican party.
Time for Americans to be optimistic about the future of America.
Support Donald Trump in his presidential campaign and let’s get a real American into the Oval Office.