My vote for Trump will be an enthusiastic one. Here’s why yours should be too.
Even though Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, he had to overcome some strong head winds to get there. Such as?
- Defying the wishes of liberals
- Defying the wishes of the #NeverTrump crowd
- Defying the predictions that he would not get the necessary 1,237 Republican delegates before the 2016 Republican convention
- Defeating 16 other candidates
- Defying the intentional negative perceptions the liberal media tried to use to define him, which continue to this day
- And withstanding attacks from all corners of the political world.
Even though Trump is clearly the top choice of Republican primary voters, some are still nervous about what a President Trump might say or do.
I hear this concern all the time! It’s from people I know, people I don’t know, people who know me at places where I shop, strangers that recognize me as I travel, and even people I meet for the very first time. As soon as they connect the dots that I’m the HC that they hear on the radio and see on the Fox News Channel, they pop the question, and it’s not “will you marry me!”
It’s, “Who are you voting for?” I enthusiastically answer Trump (as if there is a chance in all of eternity I would ever vote for Hillary).
Inevitably, they then ask if I’m nervous about some of the things a President Trump might say or do. I answer no, and then I remind them of a few things to help ease their concerns.
I call it Trump Therapy:
- The alternative is Hillary Clinton. (No way!)
- We have three branches of the federal government. He can’t be a loose cannon as Hillary Clinton has suggested.
- He has been clear about replacing the tax code, repealing and replacing Obamacare, rebuilding the military, taking care of our veterans, real energy independence, and a foreign policy with purpose and a clear strategy.
- He has demonstrated his intent to surround himself with good people. That should be evident because of his business success, but liberals don’t want people to keep that in mind.
- He published a list of 11 possible Supreme Court nominees, which some staunch social conservatives embraced, causing them to look past the political noise and endorse Trump.
- He is results-oriented instead of politically oriented, which means he will shake things up in Washington D.C., and that has a lot of people rattled! Good!
So relax! Take some deep breaths, and ignore the political noise, which is intended to make you feel frustrated and nervous about a President Trump. Michael Reagan, son of former President Ronald Reagan, said in a recent article that naysayers used to say the same kind of things about his dad when he was running for president.
I also remind people, the “third evil” of not voting is not an option!
There’s more upside for our nation with a President Trump than there is downside. His language and the political noise may sometimes make supporters nervous, but there is no doubt that he is a leader, a fighter and a winner. We have not had someone like that in the White House in decades!
So take some more deep breaths, listen to the Herman Cain show at your convenience with Cain 24/7, and call me in the morning.