Why Trump won

It’s not about race or gender. It’s about policy. Far fewer black people voted for Hillary Clinton than Barack Obama, while far more black people voted for Donald Trump than voted for Romney. The mainstream media has been wrong about Donald Trump during this entire election cycle and is wrong yet again when they try to paint Trump’s win as purely for white men.

Donald Trump has repeatedly said throughout his speeches that he wants to work for every American. He even detailed out a plan to go to the inner cities and improve education for predominately black and Hispanic communities. That doesn’t sound like someone who’s looking out only for white men.

It’s not about gender. Donald Trump employs many women within the Trump organization. He employed the first woman to be put in charge of building a skyscraper and his campaign manager is the first female to successfully run a GOP presidential campaign.

If you want to get into the basics, Donald Trump won because people were sick and tired of Barack Obama’s agendas and Hillary’s preservation of them. Just the same as people were sick and tired of George W Bush’s agendas eight years ago and their rejection of John McCain’s continuation of them.

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It shouldn’t be such a surprise that a republican win the white house after eight years of democrat control, just like it wasn’t a surprise that Barack Obama won after eight years of republican control under George Bush. After all, who didn’t want ‘hope and change’ after years of wars in the middle east? It is odd then, that any democrats supported Hillary Clinton at all, since she voted for the Iraq war, despite the democrats being the anti war party during the Bush years. So perhaps that plays a part in why she lost.

As far as the economy, bringing back jobs. Americans did not vote for Donald Trump for the things he said. They voted for him for what he has done. Donald Trump is a self made billionaire. After eight years of Barack Obama and a doubling of the national debt, people were sick and tired of it. People need jobs. People want a strong economy. People want education choice. People want lower taxes. Donald Trump has offered all of this. Hillary Clinton did not.

A song played at all of Trumps rallies sings true ‘you can’t always get what you want…but you might find you get what you need.’ America needs Trump right now, despite some of the silly things he has said. When you couple this with Hillary Clinton’s long list of scandals and investigations into her conduct throughout the years, it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that she lost.

So for those who are upset that he won, especially those who are making insinuations of death threats towards him. Knock it off. I’ll bet some of the things you’ve said about him in the last couple of days are far worse than anything he has ever said. We all say stupid things. No one is perfect. But democracy has played out and the American people have decided they want to give this man a chance. So do the decent thing, sit back, relax, breath for a second and watch what happens. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

Jesse Ventura the patriot

I love people like Jesse Ventura. He is not afraid to go after the truth. There are too many people who are worried that society will label them as a kook, that they will not look into ‘conspiracy theories’. Now many conspiracy theories are not true, but the disturbing fact is, that many of them are true.

I like Jessie Ventura because he is not afraid to look deeply into these problems, and when he discovers disturbing facts, he pushes on and digs deeper.

He is not afraid to get into arguments with big name figures, because he knows that he is doing his patriotic duty by standing up for liberty over the popular left vs right rhetoric.

Jessie Ventura has served his country, he is a hero of this nation, and he is not afraid to point out chicken hawks.

Jessie Ventura, like myself, like Ron Paul, and many other sane people in this world, is not afraid to point out that Iran is not a threat to this nation, but that we are indeed a threat to Iran.

If I were Iran, I’d probably be building nukes too, wouldn’t you? After all, we haven’t attacked North Korea for that very reason, and they are more of a threat to us than Iran. Oh but I forgot, Iran is sitting upon millions of barrels worth of oil.

Do not be afraid to look into conspiracies. Do not be afraid to go against the grain, to speak out against both liberals and conservatives.

Think about this: Many people my age voted for Obama because he spoke of ‘hope and change’, many people my age (and unfortunately many older people) didn’t realize that this was a hollow promise, that the hope and change was not the direction we all wanted to go in. After eight years of George W Bush, people were sick of the direction the country was heading in. We had two wars, massive debts and government spending, and our rights were being stripped away from us by such unconstitutional legislation as the patriot act. Of course we wanted hope and change. Many on the right are so quick to jump on the ‘blame the progressives’ bandwagon, that they marginalize the youth who voted for Obama, who so easily would have voted for someone else of the same caliber on the right (think Ronald Reagan). Obama gave nice speeches, personally I didn’t like the substance, but hey, many people lapped it up. They didn’t want a no-good progressive like McCain, who was a carbon copy of George W Bush, and quite accurately labeled by many as ‘McSame’. Of course people voted for Obama. It wasn’t because everyone of them was a radical lefty. It was because the other candidate offered nothing new or exciting. Those who voted for McCain did not realize how much of a progressive he was, they just wanted to have a republican in the house, so the evil left could not take over. They didn’t realize that the right was infested also. Do you really like all the things that George Bush did during his presidency? Do you actually like the patriot act? Have you read it? From the radical right (yes I’m going to call it that) we got Guantanamo Bay, which goes completely against everything this country stands for. What good is our country without the law and order that it stands upon? We got the patriot act, which is about as unpatriotic as any bill I’ve ever seen. We got two wars in the middle east from countries that were no threat to us. And we got huge deficit spending. So everyone voted for the guy who was shouting ‘hope’ and ‘change’. The landslide victory was not because everyone is a socialist. It was because everyone was tired of the crony capitalists from the radical right. I’ve spoken to so many people my age who regret that they voted for Obama. They are not socialists, they are not loopy liberals. Whenever I do hear them talk about the government helping them out in some way, I am very quick to point out that the government never does anything to really help you. I’ve helped to persuade many people to become more libertarian. They voted against conservatives because they were corrupt and crony, and now they will vote against liberals who are corrupt and crony also. That is why I admire people like Jessie Ventura, that is why I admire people in the Tea Parties. I admire anyone who stands up against government, because government is the cause of almost all problems, not the solution. My purpose with this blog is to help wake people up, and to let them see that a stage has been set, for them to fight amongst each other and tear each other down, rather than build each other up, so that they might take down the very framers who set this ugly stage for their own benefits.

Remember that the original definition of the word ‘conspiracy’ comes from the latin; ‘con’ which means; together, and ‘spiro’ which means; breathe.

And remember that people like Jessie Ventura, no matter how strange they seem, are patriots, and all patriots point out the truth, no matter how controversial and scary it might be.

Would you rather vote for Obama?

Will you vote for the lesser of two evils this November, or will you vote for a patriot?

A lot of people would ‘rather vote for Obama’ than vote for Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney. And to be honest, I can’t blame them. Newt Gingrich is a globalist and is typical of the corrupt political establishment and Mitt Romney is practically a mirror image of Obama, and may as well be a liberal himself.

The only problem is that voting for the lesser of two evils (no matter if you choose Obama or one of the other two) is still evil.

Does Newt or Mitt portray fiscal conservative values? Do they have a track record to prove it?

Does Obama show a good record of this? That is a silly question since he has doubled the national debt in only three years, but it must be asked since you will have to ask yourself that when you vote.

I have decided to vote for Ron Paul, no matter if he wins the Republican nomination or not. Whether he runs as an independent or I have to write his name in. There are thousands, if not millions who will do so if it comes to it.

A real patriot does not vote for the less of two evils.

To vote for Gingrich or Romney, just to get rid of Obama, will not fix the fundamental flaws this country is currently experiencing. At least with Obama, you know he is an enemy of the constitution. With Gingrich and Romney you get a lot of rhetoric and talking points, but just like George W Bush, you still get the patriot act and other anti-constitutional bills which erode away at the Republic.

You must choose where you stand. Are you a sunny day patriot? Will you vote simply to remove one tyrant from power, just to replace him with another? Will you replace one snake with another snake in sheep’s clothing?

THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives every thing its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated.

And for all those holding off on voting for Ron Paul in the primaries because you have been led to believe that he has a dangerous foreign policy. I will show you tomorrow; why I think he actually has the best foreign policy, and why I think he is our last chance to save the Republic.

Your vote matters, but what matters more is standing for principles. Without principles we are nothing. Our Republic is founded upon beliefs and principles. We must stand for them, even if current tyrants hold power.

The current left/right, liberal/conservative genre is used to divide and conquer us. The last major landslide victory in an election was by Ronald Reagan because he spoke to the middle. Both liberals and conservatives alike loved him because he spoke to the common man, because he spoke of liberty for all.

I do not believe that Newt or Mitt could beat Obama, and even if they did, it would be a shallow victory. Has the Overton Window really shifted so far that we would vote a flip flop liberal conservative or a corrupt political establishment 3 time married fraud into the white house? I think not, I think people would rather vote for Obama. And that is indeed sad.

The lesser of two evils is not good enough anymore, it never was, and now it is more important than ever to stand on principles, no matter what the outcome.

As of right now, Ron Paul is still in the race to become the Republican nominee. It is my sincere hope that he succeeds. If he were to run as an independent and split the vote, and not win the overall election, at least he would cut the power down on both sides, and show the nation that independence is more important than simply picking a side. The Tea Party movement is growing, and more and more people are re-discovering the constitution and voting in ways that represent a smaller and more accountable government.

Liberty will prevail if enough people stick to the cause and see it through, no matter how hard the times ahead.

O! say can you see by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming,
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there;
O! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave,
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?