The Trump Card


Let me start out by first saying I do not support Donald Trump for president. He has no political experience to be running a country. Plain and simple.

But I fully support what he stands for and his use of the political system.

Donald Trump has serious feelings about what is wrong with this country and has no issue standing up in front of the entire country and making these issues known. He has made a plethora of inappropriate comments and does not apologize for it once (sure, some of his comments he should apologize for. Poor Rosie O’Donnell didn’t even do anything… and Megyn was just standing up for all women). How many politicians have had something they’ve said been twisted? Donald Trump is the first time I have ever seen someone say, “no, I didn’t say that. Who would say something like that? You would have to be disgusting to think something like that” and pointed out how everyone knows the media manipulates everything anybody ever says for their own political agenda. Trump is a real person who isn’t afraid to say what the average American believes.

At the GOP debate, when candidates made an oath not to run as an Independent if they do not receive the Republican Party’s nomination, Trump was the only one to raise his hand. Was he the only one who wanted to? Maybe… but maybe not. How many of those candidates can honestly say they would rather not be president at all than not get the nomination and run? I’m willing to bed the majority of candidates want to be president so badly because they want to change America in so many ways they are willing to go to any length to do so. Any candidate who does not want to be president this badly is not someone I want to be my president. Sure, there is something to be said about Republican Party loyalties. But if you care about impacting this country, nothing should stand in your way.

We don’t have to look through red-white-and-blue-glasses anymore. Trump isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. And that is extremely refreshing. Even though Trump will (most likely) not win the election, I think there is something positive Americans can learn from him. If you believe in something strong enough, go out and change it, no matter what the cost may be. Donald Trump has committed Republican party suicide by going against FOX news and as a result the majority of Republican voters, but he isn’t afraid of standing up for himself and what he believes in.

That is inspirational.