I want to preface this post with the following. I am not a political pundit by any stretch of the imagination. However I felt the urge to write about politics in this context which I like to call my State of the Nation address.
I will be telling you why I believe Donald Trump should be our next president!
I don’t know how many of you remember the 1992 presidential election. There were 3 candidates. Ross Perot, Bill Clinton and George Bush. Ross Perot was and probably still is a business man. He ended up taking votes from George Bush, Clinton won the election and the rest is history.
I think Clinton did a pretty good job running the country with a few exceptions but those indiscretions don’t really matter anymore. Politicians will be politicians and since women are attracted to powerful men, these potential pitfalls will always exist. Much like very famous musicians always deal with temptation. I can’t speak on this topic with much experience other than to say I can’t imagine how any man can continue to say no when sex is literally being offered up on a continuous basis. Oscar Wilde said it best when he said “I can resist everything except temptation.”.
Decision 2016 makes me think back to 1992, except this year the business man is running as a Republican and not an Independent.
Donald Trump should be the next president of the United States because he is a business man. I think it’s high time we start viewing running this country from a business perspective and stop viewing it as a popularity contest.
I imagine you’re probably thinking that Trump has said some pretty dumb things. That may be the case depending on how you believe but he’s also said some very true things. I sincerely believe that Donald Trump would make a good president not only because he’s a business man but because he says the truths that people don’t want to hear but they need to hear. Often times hearing undesirable truths is just the thing people need to hear for real growth and forward progression. You may not always like to hear what the man says but at least he’s not afraid to speak the truth. Reality needs to be faced at some point and the sooner the better, no matter how painful it might be.
This is a man who doesn’t need campaign contributions. He should not be susceptible to being in some campaign contributor’s pocket when he gets in the white house. That means he will actually get to execute his own plan and not have to “payback” campaign contributors.
Can you honestly say the same thing about Hillary Clinton? Hasn’t she already cost people their lives as Secretary of State? Hasn’t Hillary been alleged to have mishandled Top Secret information? How many questions marks are acceptable for a Presidential candidate or even worse a Presidential candidate’s character? Does hurting people’s feelings with your words now carry more power than killing people with your actions?
My fellow Americans we have a big decision in 2016. We have seen and already know how politicians run this country. Perhaps it’s time we see how a business man would run the United States of America. For me it’s been refreshing to hear a candidate speak the truth (even abrasively) and not just say what I want to hear to get my vote.
It’s time to stop focusing so much on partisan lines and start focusing on making this country great again. At the end of the day we always take a leap of faith with whatever candidate we vote for. Let’s take a leap of faith on business and let politics sit this one out.