I imagine we’ll be hearing all kinds of stuff about Donald Trump this week. This whole political season has been so predictable and childish. It’s about time we stop talking about Trump’s alleged hatred of women and Hillary’s emails. Let’s get down to the important issues.
I want a president who believes in life – who promises to preserve it and uphold it and keep it healthy. In other words, abortion should not be determined by the government, end of life shouldn’t be mandated by law, health care should be truly affordable and people need to get back to work.
I want a president who doesn’t deceive me and the rest of America – who would make deals with our enemies, accept bribes from them, and let them know when we’re coming to get them.
I want someone who will return to the Constitution of this great country – who will forget about tolerance of every kind of behavior, including vigilante justice, violence and being offensive. I want my voice to be heard as well as those of my neighbors.
America wants a strong leader who will patch up the holes and have an optimistic view of the future. I really want a return to God and His providence, but I’m sure that will never happen in my lifetime. I want someone who I can trust to tell the truth – get the job done – have a staff of wise advisors and a Supreme Court filled with fairness for everyone.
We have minimized so much of what Hillary has done in her career to advance herself and not the good of a sagging economy, a hopeless nation and those who need help. When it comes to her becoming the first female president, I would ask those of you who would vote for her would consider if she is the role model you would set up for your children. Is she going to save women and make things better for them? Seriously? Someone who has shown such disdain for women in the past is not the one I want as the first woman in this most important office.
I will vote for Donald Trump because I believe he will surround himself with intelligent and capable people. He definitely knows how to manage and make decisions based on good information. He can get people to work again because he knows how to build a business. He is dedicated, smart and even though he sometimes puts his foot in his mouth, he tells it like it is. He is speaking for the people of America – not the government. Sure, he doesn’t have years of on-the-job training, but he loves this country and wants her to return to her greatness both here and the world.
OK, I’m done for the day. Now I’ll stop, already! I feel better.