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  • Writer's pictureGregory N. Austin

Trump Supporters - Please Help Us

We would like to hear from Trump supporters on the details of his promises to fix the issues facing our nation. The Republican National Committee, the Federalist Society, and the Heritage Foundation should all try to explain to the country how Trump will perform better than President Joe Biden. Without a vision, the people perish.  Let the Republican Party come forth with their vision.  We need to know what their Administration will do for all the voters, not their supporters only.

RNC, Heritage Foundation, Lara Trump all supporting racist Donald

I am 87 years old, a grandfather, and a retired small business owner.  In the past I have voted mostly Democratic.  However, I first voted for Republicans, Governor George Romney and William Milliken of Michigan.  I also voted for Republican Ronald Reagan in 1980.  I believe that climate change is a major issue for every citizen of the world and it does impact my voting habits.

 

What I would like to hear from Trump supporters are details of his promises to fix many of the issues facing our nation.  For example,

 

1:  Details of his appeal as a candidate.

2:  What is his agenda?

3:  Why is he superior to President Joe Biden?

4:  What were his accomplishments when Trump was President?

 

I would be grateful to receive responses to the above questions.  Exactly why do you believe ex-President Donald Trump deserves a second term in the White House?  What is his platform? What are his plans for the border? What are his plans to cancel the Affordable Care Act?  We need a clearer position from him on climate change, (Greenland is turning black from particles in the air, pushed by the wind, from the United States).  In the past, Mr. Trump has said that climate change is a hoax.  What about vaccinations?  Are they worthless?  What about Vladimir Putin and Viktor Orban who Mr. Trump admires?  Are they better leaders than George Washington, Ronald Reagan, or Dwight Eisenhower?  Let’s get some answers. 

 

Historians rank ex-President Donald Trump in last place for his performance as President of the United States.  What is he going to do to overcome that negative statistic?  Now we are approaching $33 trillion as a national debt.  What are his plans to correct it? 

 

Are we wrong to demand an agenda that outlines strategies to improve America’s position in the world?  Even dictators often show outlines on how to succeed in the daily running of a government. 

 

How will Donald Trump pick his cabinet?  By aspects of loyalty only or will there be qualifications in the program of choosing?  Loyalty alone doesn’t make one qualified for positions in government. 

 

What about foreign policy?  America is known for assisting in trying to guide democratic societies.  Is that now going to be a dead issue? 

 

What about his dislike of the Department of Justice, the FBI, and our tax code?  He criticizes the military often.  Why? 

 

A majority of Americans prefer to maintain the right to an abortion.  What now? 

 

Ex-President Donald Trump often accuses Democrats of being crooked but he never comes up with proof of wrong doing.  How come? 

 

We already know so many of his dislikes, but we still need plans and platforms that show his leadership qualities starting in 2025.  We need outlines and sketches over how he will improve American society.  We simply must have a look at the structure of his political strategy.  Using huff and puff and loud declarations is not the way to convince the public to vote for you.

 

The Republican National Committee, the Federalist Society, and the Heritage Foundation should all try to explain to the country how ex-President Donald Trump will perform better than President Joe Biden.

 

Without a vision, the people perish.  Let the Republican Party come forth with their vision.  We need to know what their Administration will do for all the voters, not their supporters only.


Opening Image Photo Credits: AlterNet via Screengrab, Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call/Getty, The News & Observer, Susan Walsh/AP

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Apr 05

Were your eyes closed during his presidency?

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