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THE DONALD TRUMP PHENOMENON

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THE DONALD TRUMP PHENOMENON

Post by Lobo on Fri 31 Jul 2015, 4:05 pm

[size=32]THE DONALD TRUMP PHENOMENON[/size]
 
By Attorney Jonathan Emord
Author of "The Rise of Tyranny" and
"Global Censorship of Health Information" and
"Restore The Republic"
July 31, 2015
NewsWithViews.com
Contrary to the conventional wisdom, the meteoric rise of Donald Trump in the polls is a bellwether for Republican glad tidings on election day. While it is too early to predict the outcome of the primaries, let alone the general election, the popularity of Trump reveals a lot about American sentiment, and that sentiment is anything but a ringing endorsement for a “third” Obama term, contrary to Obama’s self-congratulatory and hedonistic statement that he could win a third election if constitutionally permitted to run. Ironically, the presidential term limit is among the few constitutional provisions that Obama seems willing to respect rather than violate.
Donald Trump enjoys widespread name recognition but is also the subject of tremendous ridicule from Republican opponents and the media. Trump is brash, vituperative, and condescending. He often attacks the person of his political opponents and media critics equally with the content of their criticisms. He does not profess a deep intellectual understanding of the Constitution, American history, or international politics, but he does epitomize (or perhaps the better word is characterize) a rugged individualism, an unabashed Yankee spirit that there is nothing beyond his reach. He is the antithesis of the Obama theme of an America in decline.
Given his pugnacious nature, why then does he appeal to so many? The answer may well be in part that he is unafraid and directly critical in an age of professional handlers, political spin, and circumspection to avoid offense. In short, he is a bull in a China closet and that appeals to those totally disaffected with American politics as usual and with the politically correct environment that imbues politics.
Moreover, he is appears to be an outsider. Although in fact an insider with well-groomed ties to powerful Republican and Democratic incumbents alike, his verbal bomb throwing makes him unpredictable, frequently at odds with those with whom he previously broke bread and financially supports.
Media pundits, particularly those of a liberal turn, delight in Trump’s rise, thinking it indicative of an internecine conflict within Republican ranks that will weaken overall Republican chances of defeating Hillary in the general election. That, I think, a misreading predicated on a superficial understanding of the Trump phenomenon.
Trump’s rise is in large measure a reflection of public disgust with all things Washington. It is a strong endorsement of challenge to the status quo. It is a rejection of Obama, a rejection of the “Washington establishment,” a demand for action to throw the rascals out, indeed a desperate demand for that action. Trump supporters are fed up with big government, with corrupt government, with dysfunctional government, and with politics as usual. They want a bold America that defends its interests around the world, a robust free market disentangled from suffocating government regulation, and a restoration of limits on government power and America’s primacy in the world as a superpower to be respected for its defense of liberty at home and abroad. They are willing to cast their lot in favor of a man who is unpredictable precisely because predictable politics in America has become ineffectual politics, the politics of a nation in decline rather than in ascendancy. They want to shake things up and bring back the days of American economic and military primacy.
Those sentiments are not indicative of a party in disarray, they are indicative of a force that means to remove from Washington the President, his party, and those who would continue its horrendous legacy, like Hillary Clinton. In short, the Trump phenomenon is not indicative of a Republican party falling apart but of a popular will to throw out the incumbents and, most particularly, the President and his party.
I predict that those who presently endorse Trump will peel away from him following the debates as they become more aware of each candidates personality and positions. They are anxious to endorse that candidate who can best defeat Washington incumbents, eliminate corruption, and reduce the size and scope of the federal government. Those strains of sentiment and opinion were best communicated by Ronald Reagan, whose bright ideological image remains the star that reflects the hearts and minds of a large number of Americans.
Republican candidates for president and members of Congress should take heed: the Trump phenomenon reveals that Americans are demanding sincerity and action. To avoid being skewered by an angry electorate and losing the chance to become President and to capture those now endorsing Trump, candidates have to drop pretense and political correctness and state directly and in detail how they will restore the American republic.
The message coming through loud and clear from Trump supporters is that they are at their wits end and that the time has arrived for action over indecision and precise and far reaching and impactful alternatives over calculated double speak, hesitancy and weakness. To meet the American crisis, Americans, particularly Trump supporters, are demanding an end to the politics of avoidance and dysfunctionality in favor of immediate action to take down what is and restore what was, a plan to liberate the private sector from regulatory constraint, eliminate government agencies that supplant consumer choice with political fiat, and restore a vibrant and free economy and constitutional limits on government and the President.

Those who get that message and translate it into a fervent commitment to take needed action will rise, while those who are transparently hedonistic, who love themselves more than the nation and who seek the presidency as if it were a nice addition to their resumes are destined for defeat. The nation is fed-up with our “selfie” President and with his politics of American decline and destruction. The Trump phenomenon resonates strongly with politically disaffected Americans. They like him because he did build that (in contrast to the President’s absurd remark that captains of industry are not actually responsible for their own market innovations). They like him because he attacks everything that is and calls for the greatness that America was. They like him because he is strong, while Obama is weak. They like him because they seem him not only capable of building skyscrapers but also capable of condemning Putin, the Iranian leadership, illegal aliens, and terrorists.
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Re: THE DONALD TRUMP PHENOMENON

Post by mbryan on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 5:18 am

He is also not a career politician he is a businessman

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Post by duck2000 on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 6:03 am

@mbryan wrote:He is also not a career politician he is a businessman

yep a worse one then our current one! LOl

http://finance.yahoo.com/video/donald-trump-business-failures-232307624.html

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Post by mbryan on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 6:31 am

Thanks duck didn't know he at least tried that many times

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Post by duck2000 on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 7:23 am

and failed ... just what we need another loser

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Post by wciappetta on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 9:15 am

Lets see how he handles the debates, ought to be make or break him. I want to see how serious he takes them.


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Post by mbryan on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 1:36 pm

Will be watching also

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Post by wciappetta on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 3:03 pm

Here is the issue with Trump, if he doesn't get the nod he might run as a third party and split the vote so to me how serious he takes this will tell me what he's made of.


In the past he wasn't all in so it could be an issue if he's half hearted. It could be a concern.


 On the other hand  and despite the failures of business interest cited which in reality according to that show said those ventures actually weren't Trump, he merely lent his name out and let third parties run those particular ventures. Hey Warren Buffet has as many failed ventures. Not that Trump hasn't had business failures mind you, but one could attribute that to trying, you're not always successful. I'll take venturing out over government handouts anyday. 


Trump could be very good for the US economy, he knows why money stays off shore and if the tax structure isn't fixed it will stay there forever too. So jobs can be rekindled in this country if we change tax structure, cut loose Obamacare which is mainly responsible for the lack of Job growth, close the EPA, switch to natural gas, we can have a robust super economy. Now I cannot attribute some of those actions as being Trumps, really they're Republican platforms and any of them will seek such options. 


 I do think though Trumps brassy way would cause leaders like Putin, Jinping and Khamenei to pause their aggressive behavior in the world. In fact Putin probably takes up flying with the Geese as a serious hobby lol. they do not know what to expect from him and I think he would cut the military loose from political expediency which ought to keep those toads up late at night worrying about it.


Also if he were the one on the stage with Obama last time out Ms. Crowley  wouldn't have gotten away with that stunt she pulled moderating the debate in the bag for Obama, is there any doubt Trump would have emaciated her? No, afterwards she wouldn't have needed any Jenny Craig diet plan of that I am certain.


Yet his matter of fact behavior could be a two edged sword if  he were to run as a third party and then hand the election to the democrats because those people only see party lines. The Democrats could put up a talking phallus and as long as it had a big  "D" on its chest [is that even possible lol?] history has shown us they're voting for it.


I understand the concerns.


One other thought, the media has vetted more on Trump thus far than they ever did with Obama.


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Post by mbryan on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 4:01 pm

Totally agree with everything you said we need someone that will have a back bone and use it! We don need more politicians need people that will do what they say on the rite things not more freebies

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Post by Pig-Pen on Sat 01 Aug 2015, 8:26 pm

Very well put, wciappetta.

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