GOP’s Success or Failure?
Trumps success by his individual determination to return pride and economic success to
America with his non traditional bash ‘em policies that “elite" politicians simply do not
understand, is leading the political change in American. Some call it the Trump Train, others
thinks it’s hogwash. If the GOP, even with its few elite rogue elements still holding office, fails to
keep the House, America is in for a very rough ride indeed.
A few Republican politicians understand that we are in a historic cycle of desperately needed
political change and are working to keep Trump’s momentum going. Like him or not, Trump is
making things happen for the best. Does the compassionate conservative of a bygone era,
Ohio’s Governor John Kasich, really believe he can top Trump by reengaging the GOP in the
coils of socialist government elitism? I seriously don’t think he can.
If that were so, then why is the GOP still fearful of a “Blue Wave” in this coming 2018 election?
Is there a “Blue Wave” coming or is all rhetorical media BS designed to frighten voters into
voting Democrat? Democrats have nothing to offer that remotely even compares to Trumps
success. All they can do, and are doing, is filling the airways with peripheral nonsense.
The non ‘Freedom Caucus’ GOP members of the House know full well the dangers of the
Marxist Democrat party regaining power. They want a complete reversal of Trumps economic
success (4.1% growth) so citizens will again become dependent on government provided
Socialism. They want open borders for the worlds immigrants to flood in and they want
sanctuary cities for those already here illegally. if the Senate were to go along with a Democrat
House, then Trump would be removed,“tout suite.” Gone would be his tax cuts, American jobs,
prosperity and freedom. The reward will be an immediate reorganization of the welfare state,
socialized health care and open borders and with it the promise of a Socialist utopia, a la,
Venezuela. When will they ever learn?
To date, remaining members of the GOP ‘elite’ class, still cling to the vain hope that the now
completely phony Mueller inquiry will find something against Trump that will ensure his removal
and the survival of the corrupt deep state, and protect their role in it.
The GOP’s problem is, unlike Trump, they don’t keep their promises. They promised smaller
government and grew it bigger. They promised to balance the budget yet threw it into overdrive.
They promised to repeal ObamaCare and didn’t, and Trump had to do it piece-meal. They
promised to fully, fund and build a wall along the southern border, stop borrowing money that
runs up the national debt, and cut taxes to sustain Americas economic revival.
It is no secret the House has been in need of new leadership. It has a GOP ‘elite’ with Paul
Ryan at the helm but, as it turns out, he is part of the problem and can barely disguise his own
contempt for the President. Ryan doesn’t see the future through Trumps eyes so, because of
the growing in-house opposition against him, he has thrown in the towel and will retire in
November. Until then, the House remains effectively, all but leaderless.
The Freedom Caucus is gaining hegemony in the House with Rep. Jim Jordan in the main role
as Speaker. The old guard still have McCarthy and the bullet ridden Scalise as popular choices
but the scene has changed and their brand of leadership, designed to save the un-savable, will
no longer satisfy the base. It’s time to get on the Trump Train and Make America Great Again.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em! (28Jul18)