Statement from the Candidate

In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Friday, February 28, 2020

Maybe You Didn’t Build “That”, But Obama Certainly Thinks That He Did

The lying chutzpah of the Democrat party is amazing and astounding to behold. The most crooked, partisan, do-nothing president we’ve ever had, Barack Obama, is succeeded in the Oval Office by Donald Trump, the most successful president in my life-time, who lowered taxes, reduced regulations on businesses, achieved new agreements on economic trade with the entire civilized world, and thereby caused the greatest economic expansion in our nation’s history, and Obama claims credit for the marvel created under the Trump administration. The fool man is actually saying the he built that, after telling all inventors and all entrepreneurs that they built nothing.

Of course, to the leftist press, Trump didn’t grow the economy, Obama did, after telling the nation that we can never expect to have decent growth in the economy ever again, and that we must accept the “new normal“ of low expectations. He actually said that it would take a magic wand to get the economy in gear again. It appears that only Donald Trump has such a wand because growth has been consistent under his administration. With all due respect, Obama is full of crap.

But President Trump is wise enough to know that he didn’t, personally, create all of the market growth, he just enabled it by making the atmosphere more favorable for average people to succeed, and by getting government out of the way so that success could happen. Trump promised a winning nation if he was elected president, and he’s kept his promises and as a result, we’ve seen the nation prosper on his watch.

Now if we can just keep government at bay, we can continue the prosperity that has resulted from Trump’s idea of a smaller, less intrusive, government.