Trumps Win Means More Than Victory

Donald Trump’s astounding win at the polls last Tuesday means so much more than simple repudiation of the Obama/Clinton political machine. It is also a repudiation of the EPSS (Elite Political Sewer System) that exists in this nation today. EPSS dominates politics in this nation on both sides of the aisle, and Americans are getting fed up. From George Bush and Mitt Romney to Nancy Pelosi, HRC and Debbie Wasserman-Shultz, Americans have had enough of the arrogance and self-ingratiating life-styles of our “public servants”.

Why does it sound like a foreign concept to many that our nation was founded based on religious freedom, inalienable rights, life liberty and the pursuit of happiness?

Our nation was founded by tough mavericks. Mostly Christian people who believed in charity but not welfare. They believed in hard work and a vision. It took much hard work and many hard fought battles to win the independence of this nation. And now that we have forged it into the greatest nation on the planet, everyone wants to come here to live. But the founding fathers and our original settlers could have never envisioned such a corruption of the foundation of our homeland.

So what else does Trump’s win mean?  It means that the constitution and the second amendment in particular will more than likely survive the onslaught of attacks by liberals and organizations like the ACLU over the next generation.

Trump’s victory means that many of us can actually enjoy watching liberal news programs. The lame-stream media are desperately grasping at straws, searching in vain for that one silver bullet that would explain HRC’s dramatic defeat. They get it so very wrong, time after time. In liberal media, excuses are preferable to facing the sad reality that their pundits ignore. That reality is, simply stated, HRC is a deplorably corrupt individual.

As Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen wrote yesterday, “There are zero electoral votes in the State of Denial”. And BTW, I do not recall anyone protesting or rioting when the most socialist president to ever serve was elected. And reelected.

“A system of morality which is based on relative emotional values is a mere illusion, a thoroughly vulgar conception which has nothing sound in it and nothing true.” — Socrates



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