I think the reason Trump won is the same reason the Tea Party was so successful in winning. Independents and Conservatives wanted to try something new. They were fed up with the same thing happening year after year with promises being made by both Democrats and Republicans, with neither side following through.
The problem is the media painted the Tea Party as a racist group that hated Obama—and liberals still think that. I remember many Tea Party leaders saying, “You don’t have to vote for our candidate, just don’t re-elect the the incumbent.” Liberals say they want change and they want to work together, but when they actually had the chance to get new blood into DC they chose not to. All they heard was the word “racist + Tea Party”, then they repeated it, and they ignored everything else.
Trump’s victory was partly because of how bad Hillary was as a candidate, partly because how upset the majority of America was about Obama’s policies—dispite how likable he is as a person, and I think mostly about trying a businessman (something new) in the White House.
Trump voters didn’t buy the media’s portrayal of him as a racist because the media has cried wolf so many times before we wouldn’t believe them even if it were true. But again, Liberals heard “racist + Trump”, they repeated it, and ignored everything else. They didn’t even realize that they were helping him to win, and they still don’t realize that with every ridiculous statement they make, they are actually helping him. They are setting the bar so low, that he just has to be an OK president to get elected again; and this could be a bad thing.
If you look at my past blogs about unions, you probably know how I feel about the thought of an auto industry bail out. Just the fact that they say if they file for chapter 11 they would be able to restructure, and renegotiate union contracts, is all the info I need. This is coming from a person that only buys Ford products.
Keep in mind that I have not posted in a long time, but this I had to get out. He can’t even control the little things. His own website is full of security holes, as well has hate speech.
First the security holes.
A while back it was noted on LGF that the BO website was full of open directories. Now everyone knows that open directories are bad. While a person can not modify the files, they can view the files, and potentially find a why to hack into the network. He wants to run the most powerful country in the world, and keep us safe and secure. Yet he can’t even keep his on website secure. Now, I am sure that he himself is not the one that is managing the entire website, but it is his job, to make sure the person in charge, is doing their job. NOW BO is looking for a security expert. A little late?
Now on to the hate.
The hate does not come directly from Obama himself, but is does come from his website. I would think that he would want everything on his website to reflect his views, but I guess I am wrong. BO has a My Obama section to his website. This is a place where ordinary people can set up their own blog, and write about politics and why BO is the the greatest man to ever live. Does this sound like a good idea or a bad idea to you? A good idea if you are MySpace, but a bad idea if you want to become president. As it turns out, non of the blogs are moderated, and neither are any of the groups. So what happens? Well, the new black panther party joins up.
Just more lack of leadership skills as far as I can tell.
In fact, there was no debate. See how news on the Internet spreads like a wildfire; even wrong news. It turns out the debate set for January 6 was canceled three weeks ago. But the Ron Paul fan boys seem to have slow brains. They are still seeking out their revenge for Fox not excluding Ron Paul from a debate that was never going to happen in the first place.
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A new report says that Fox News has excluded Ron Paul from the next Republican debate. Not really a big surprise here, seeing that his poll numbers are substantially lower then his competition. But that doesn’t stop the outcry from loyal Ron Paul supporters. The Ron Paul campaign points to the recent success from their historic fundraiser as to why they should still be included.
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