Donald Trump is the only presidential candidate that can save this country. This thought has never been more apparent to me than after listening to the last Republican debate of 2015.
I have spent over 50 years in the free enterprise market working with my family, nine brothers and one sister, in 42 U.S. states and Canada. This experience has given me firsthand knowledge of the political hindrances forced upon business people by local, state and federal governments.
Many people ask me how I, a Hispanic South Valley male, can support the likes of Trump? It’s easy I respond: “He’s the only one that gets it.”
Trump has made his own wealth, and this puts him in the enviable position of not having to sell his political and personal values. I believe this is what will make him a great president. He has the freedom to say what he thinks and what he feels. He is not obliged to be anyone’s puppet.
Trump is criticized for being vulgar, rude and arrogant, but no one is calling him a liar.
The media and his enemies focus on his personality instead of the content of his message. One cannot help but wonder whether this is jealousy from his competitors who wish they had the freedom to speak their own truth without fear of losing their donors.
One does not have to scratch very deep to see the special interests and foreign governments the other candidates – Republicans and Democrats – are beholden to.
Not Trump! What’s refreshing about him is that he is not politically correct and he has been through the trials and tribulations it takes to become a successful businessman in this country.
He employs thousands of people, he is philanthropic and his obvious success are the best testament to his own work ethic. He knows what it takes to do business and make business work.
The United States makes money, spends money, gets into debt, loans money and employs a lot of people. The U.S. government is a business.
But for a business to be successful and survive it has to trim the fat and get rid of waste.
Sadly our government causes overwhelming waste of billions of dollars every year on programs that should be private enterprises, or shouldn’t exist at all.
Considering how crippling our national debt is, whom should we trust? Another politician or someone who has a multibillion-dollar operation that’s soaring?
Politicians make empty promises, but Trump, based on his record, gets things done.