2016 Election, Donald Trump, Elections, Issues, Tax, Trade

Trump and America win: A letter to America

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Dear America:

Thank you, thank you, thank you.

You just saved the nation.

All of those unconstitutional pen and phone executive orders to do what Congress rejected — ripped up.

The regulations that are intended to destroy the coal industry and drive up the cost of manufacturing forcing jobs overseas — rescinded.

Image Credit: Gage Skidmore CC BY-SA 2.0

Image Credit: Gage Skidmore CC BY-SA 2.0

All the bad, bad trade deals that put the wants of big donor multi-national corporations ahead of the needs of American workers — torn up.

The job killing highest corporate tax rate in the world that has stifled economic growth — lowered.

And the near permanent takeover of the Supreme Court by those who don’t believe that the Constitution should be their guide, but instead hate the idea of individual liberties that come from God Almighty himself — prevented.

America, Nov. 8, 2016 will go down in the history books as the day that the people stood up and remembered that their country is one of laws and not men and women, rejecting the easy temptation of continuing a slide into the recesses of history, instead choosing the more difficult, noble path of freedom.

Your choosing in favor of our common national bond over those who would hyphenate each of us, separated by our race, religion and even sexual preference stops the slide into the abyss of mean-spirited fights that deprive us of our individual and national character.

The very transformation that you rejected is one designed to conform our nation to the world, rather than playing the role that God created for America to be a shining beacon of freedom for all in the world to see and be inspired by.

Donald Trump is just one man. He is flawed like all of us. He will need to be kept in check, just as the Framers intended for all presidents. And he may falter and fail, but the vote of 2016 signals that America is not dead, but instead is a concept that its people still cherish and are willing to fight for.

Hope for the future can now replace the despair of acceptance of a new normal where every day each of us were just a little less free, with a little less opportunity to make our own way without Uncle Sam’s forceful guiding hand.

In the end, that is what America is about, a land of individual opportunities to try, sometimes fail, get up and try again with an eye to becoming the best that each of us can be with the collective result being a strong, vibrant people and nation.

America is about an abiding faith that our freedom comes from God Himself, and cannot be taken away by men. A freedom worth fighting for not only here, but abroad as we help others overcome oppressors to join us in the light.

We were losing that confidence and sense of purpose and vision for ourselves. On Nov. 8, a glimmer has been restored in the lamp of freedom.

Thank you, America, for taking a chance on yourself again. Now, let’s get to work with the hard task of restoring our nation.

This is a guest post by Rick Manning President of Americans for Limited Government.
  • sk_in_co

    I like this guy’s optimism, but the reality is Trump hasn’t done anything yet besides make promises and stop the the White House from being a bunker for The Corrupt. At the same time, if Trump does 25% of what he promised, he’ll be a major success — especially considering the alternative.

  • RLTMLT

    I think most of this current rioting over Trump’s election is being inspired by a privatized media that consistently slammed Trump throughout the whole campaign. This is the result of past FCC actions to consolidate the media in this country under privatized ownership, blocking participation by all independent, non commercial media ! This FCC action was an issue early on in the Obama administration. Since then we’ve seen the attack on various respected foreign news organizations like RT and Al-Jazeera who have repeatedly breached the Marxist news filter in this country using the Internet.

  • Robert

    The vote on 8 Nov was very similar to what put Hitler in power, FEAR MONGERING, No jobs ,low wages and supposedly no hope for a better life, Promise them the world knowing you can not deliver but get their hopes up.
    There is one major difference, in Germany there were no religious people who thought that the laws should be made based on Religion which is against, the Constitution of the USA, It is called Freedom of religion or no religion, no law shall be made based on religion. The Government, no Government can make laws supporting any religion, or show support of an religion.
    So get over it this is not a Christian country it is a multi-religion country, equal to all religions, the Constitution says that in plain words a third grader could understand,

    HAVE A NICE DAY.

    • Curtis Harvey

      You are dead wrong about the Constitution and religion. The Constitution states that Congress shall make no law regarding the establishment of a state religion. In other words, no law shall be passed that makes us all Catholics, or Protestants, or Muslims, or any other State religion.

      • Robert

        Curtis Harvey
        I hate to tell you how wrong yu re about your interpitation on the wording but the Federalist Papers spells it out in no uncertain terms, and the Supreme Court decision makes it final,.
        That is why there can be no Religious symbolism in words or articles in any State or Federal place. That is why the Ten Commandments plaques had to be removed. If the Government supports one religion over another then that is a State supported religion.
        HAVE A NICE DAY

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