Why I voted for Donald Trump

The final reason wasn’t my confidence in Donald – It was my certainty about Hillary

Unlike Barak Obama, Donald Trump’s past is unshielded and available for all to observe and research.

We can know and expect many things about Donald Trump, most of them good, but some possibly objectionable to ideologues on either end of the Liberal/Conservative spectrum. What we can’t predict is how Trumps skills will transfer into the challenges of the presidency. So there is some unpredictability about Donald Trump.

Like Donald, Hillary also has a history that can be studied.

Hillary has been active in international affairs for years, definitely long enough for us to make accurate predictions. We can see that if she became president, she would corrupt every part of our government to serve her personal desires. We can see that with the power of the oval office, anyone who opposed her or became inconvenient could be quietly removed (killed) in the same way she and Bill did all the way from Arkansas to DC.

So my vote for Donald was more importantly
a vote against Hillary.


 

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MeThePeople
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MeThePeople

My vote was not a NEVERHILLARY vote, although we had a belly full of Clintons, Obama, all the DC insiders for quite a while. Being from NYC and being aware of Trump’s ability to succeed in a world-wide business environment which is even more competitive than the backstabbing U.S.Congress, and listening carefully to his values seeing his team, and watching his campaign, I was happy to vote for him. There were a few kind of “viable” GOP contenders in the primary, but the debates revealed enough about the candidates and the totally screwed up MSM to seal the deal for… Read more »

marblenecltr
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Okay, but apart from that, why didn’t you vote for her? (Sarc.) How does Donald Trump shock others? Although wealthy and well educated, his life involved working dealing with many wearing blue collars, not those living in a world of thought and idea production that is often far distant from physical reality. He did not go to law school and learn and practice how to most effectively address others to accomplish his goals. He dealt directly with others who all lived the same lives. It was labor, management, financial, and political interests being addressed at ground level with every party… Read more »

Anonymous
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Anonymous

One word: Benghazicomment image

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Anonymous . . . That is the most telling picture I think I have ever seen. Thank you for sharing. It truly is stellar . . . the whole story is told in just one very simple picture! Bravo!

filia.aurea
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Tragic loss of life caused by dereliction of duty. Not a single person with the authority to intervene and save lives acted in the affirmative. Several people had the opportunity to redeem themselves for the heinous crimes committed in Libya. They chose to double-down on evil. RIP. We will Never Forget Benghazi.

marblenecltr
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Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
“We can ignore reality, but we cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.” Ayn Rand

Steven Broiles
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Your reasoning was exactly my reasoning, Trail. And notice how analogously similar our reasoning was to Pascal’s Wager: Better to risk on that uncertainty likely to yield the best outcome than to risk certain loss! President Trump’s Administration has gotten off to a rocky start, and he has already committed an impeachable offense by bombing Syria. Although he has slain the CNN dragon with aplomb, he has yet to go on the offensive against Soros-linked infiltrators and saboteurs. He has yet to slay the Obamacare Dragon once and for all. But despite these minuses, President Trump has done more in… Read more »

stlonginus
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IF you think he actually bombed syria……
I hold out much more hope than you do Steven, even though I agree with most everything you’ve stated in the comment section over many months.

DCG
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Yikes, that picture is the stuff of nightmares!

pigpen51
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pigpen51

I am from MI, and so for me, a vote for a third party candidate for conscience sake simply was not a viable option this time around. I knew that our state would be one of the close, important ones this time around. And having seen, and read, a lot about the Clintons and their abuses, there was simply no way that I would take a chance on her winning, while I could at least vote to stop her. On a similar topic, our local newspaper this Sunday, ran as it’s frontpage, a huge article about gerrymandering, and how it… Read more »

truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

My vote started as a “Never Killary” vote,but the more I looked into Trump-what he promised,what he believes,and far from least,his ability to get things done regardless of adversity,the more I felt that he was THE ONE-I believe it possible he was Heaven sent for the job he has ahead of him. I believe it’s true that only God can save the USA now,but I also believe President Trump was destined to be here to make what corrections he can make until God takes the wheel. Yeah-I voted AGAINST Killary,because I’m fully aware that if SHE was to become the… Read more »

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truckjunkie
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truckjunkie

Hopefully a good round of “branding” career criminal politicians with the Big “T” (and the subsequent removal from the gravy train) would be enough to cause a fair number of “early retirements” or resignations,to avoid getting branded themselves.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

To be honest, I couldn’t bring myself to vote for either candidate of the NWO Party. But, I never do. I will say that I was gratified that Trump “won” rather than Shrillery. I am not totally negative toward Trump, I just don’t trust him. My experience tells me that they don’t allow real enemies of their little plan to take office. So, to the extent that he does things properly, fine. I have to say that his foreign policy sucks. What happened to disengaging from these imperial coups worldwide? What’s with the Russia bashing? Why would he appoint someone… Read more »

Dr. Eowyn
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Like other commenters on this thread, I voted for Donald Trump because the alternative, Hillary Clinton, would be DISASTROUS for America. After 8 years of destruction wrought by Obama, a Pres. Hillary would set this country on a course from which there could be no turning back. 2016 was our last chance to reverse course.
But I also voted for Trump because he is a populist (of the “rust belt” and the forgotten middle class) and an American nationalist.

vistabee1
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vistabee1

Over a year before the primary, I took a poll that revealed I was ‘most aligned’ to Trump. At the time, I thought it was funny. Did ‘they’ give us Trump as a ‘feel good’ candidate? I do not know for sure; but I have never regretted my vote.

EdK
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EdK

I voted for Donald J. Trump because he is not politically correct. The first step to actually making America great again is to end the pc culture that has criminalized speech. The second step is to end multiculturalism. A divide and conquer technique, plain and simple.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Dr Eowyn . . . No one could have summed it up better than what you wrote. I know The Donald has his warts and all . . . but then, unfortunately, so do I, and at last glance I find that everyone around me has them also. He is human . . . but he is just butt kickin’ great! I saw a clip just an hour ago, showing our President walking with some high ranking military officer, they were headed towards the helicopter that POTUS uses. It just so happens that the young military man who was stationed… Read more »

pigpen51
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pigpen51

Here is a clip of the incident you were talking about. I typed in the search trump retrieves hat, and it popped right up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAbgc41pksE

Dr. Eowyn
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ManCavePatriot
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ManCavePatriot

My vote for Donald Trump was NOT party-driven in the least because I have as much disdain for many Repugnants as I have for Hillary and the Communists/Progressives. His campaign spoke to the forgotten Middle America/Middle Class which most politicians only give ‘lip service’ during the election cycle. He may be trying to hold together a republican coalition in order to get changes through congress, but the PEOPLE know what kind of CREEPS are walking the halls of the Capitol, on BOTH sides of the aisle.

Dave
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I voted for Trump because he is a REAL American (warts and all) and I believe he truly loves America and wants it to thrive once again.
The same cannot be said for comrade Broom Hilda.

CP
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CP

❤️

greenworxx
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greenworxx

As Dr. Eowyn stated, “2016 was our last chance to reverse course”. After decades of intense corruption which further culminated in unbelievable attacks on religion, privacy and personal freedoms from the obummer regime, those who were “awake” realized how close we were, and still are, to losing our God given rights and the country we so love. To have voted for any other candidate would have spelled the end of our sovereignty. It may not have happened as quickly as with hillary, but it would certainly would have happened. I personally feel Ben Carson is a great man, but don’t… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I agree. My point about the media is that, if they continue to allow this, it makes them appear weak and ineffective. I honestly think that this is by plan. They can’t be that dumb or weak.
Whenever I catch a glimpse of this I immediately think “Worldwide Wrestling”. It’s all so contrived. If they were serious about this they’d pull the plug on this circus so fast it’d make your head spin.
Trust me, it isn’t because I like to say it. I’m afraid we continue to be had.

Glenn47
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Glenn47

Well put TD. My thought was, if you consider the damage Hillary did while just being the Secretary, as well as the riches she obtained, imagine the damage she would do if she had control of the whole country. There is no doubt in my mind those supporting her now have very fat wallets. I have gone back and listened to the muffled recording of Trump in that bus and to me he said, “if you have enough money, you could even grab them by their p…..,” not an admission that he actually did it. So many banked their decision… Read more »

CP
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CP
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CP

Hillary was never an option for me. She’s a greedy, money grubbing, power hungry sociopath who sold America to the highest bidder.

thelibertariannationalist
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Trump is doing quite bad as of late. He needs to either move to the centre in order to bring some moderates on board or revive and energise his original voting bloc once again. In terms of healthcare, he would be best to abandon previous Republican strategies of repeal and replace and instead cover all of his constituents. If he doesn’t do this he will lose the support of the blue collar workers who proved critical in his election victory.

filia.aurea
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I love our President. His fabulous success in business placed him in ‘elite’ powerful circles for the past thirty years. This was his boot-camp. He has acquired first hand knowledge of the systemic corruption that drives U.S. politics, at home and abroad; bringing not only this nation, but the world to the brink. I firmly believe his circumstances have been crafted in preparation for this Presidency. The President-elect was 70 years, 7 months and 7 days on Inauguration Day. He serves at God’s pleasure, he will not fail. I pray for him daily, in the name of Our Lord and… Read more »

CalGirl
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Ditto,, filia—–it”s a bumpy ride and will be for untold time……but I, too, pray and support this POTUS.