Donald Trump

Unlike so many of my fellow Americans, I don’t follow politics much. I don’t care what the president, or congressmen, say – because they only say what they say for political gain. After they’re elected, they do whatever moneyed interests want them to do.
But Trump intrigues me. Why? Because he dares to speak the truth about immigration, because he’s not beholden to political correctness, and because the media hate him. For these reasons alone, I’ll vote for him if given the chance.
But I just looked over the Council of Conservative Citizens website, and it seems to me that a lot of pro-whites are putting way too much stock in Trump. You’d think he’s the Second Coming. We should vote for him – as a protest vote. But I really don’t think he’s a bona fide pro-white, or that he’ll dismantle the Cathedral. Even if he wanted to, there’s only so much a president can do. Take Obama for example. The fact that there are still white people alive in the US is proof enough that his power is limited.

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9 Responses to Donald Trump

  1. Reblogged this on Arlin Report and commented:
    Interesting and probably very accurate point from this blog on power of a president, any president. “Take Obama for example. The fact there are still white people alive in the US is proof enough that his power is limited.”

  2. Robert Marchenoir says:

    Ha ! Much nicer layout. The previous one was depressing.

    • Casey Phyle says:

      Yup, like an obituary page.

    • jewamongyou says:

      What happened is that as soon as I published the “Diversity Song,” (with which I had formatting trouble), the WordPress gods got angry and moved everything on the sidebar to some random spot near the bottom. The only way I could fix it was by changing the theme. Later, I found a better theme (maybe the same one I had before?) that also worked. WordPress is convenient, but really buggy.

  3. Stary Wylk says:

    Short of new information that would make me change my mind, I’ll vote for Trump whether he runs or not. Clinton fucks up everything she touches. Bernie’s a weakling. Jeb Bush is part of the problem. Et cetera.

  4. CanSpeccy says:

    “there’s only so much a president can do”
    True, but it’s interesting that in stating what he’d do as President, Trump has focused on what he’d be able to do without Congress, e.g., enforce existing law on immigration, etc., acting as Commander in Chief in Iraq, and negotiating deals on trade, which would be linked to America’s overseas military roles, e.g., defending Japan, S. Korea, etc., i.e., deals that Congress would almost certainly be unable to turn down.
    The implication is that Trump is, as he claims, a lot smarter than the leadership in Washington now. He’s the opportunist who would take advantage of every available means to drive government in the direction he wants, that would include imposition of import tariffs aimed at bringing off-shored jobs back to the US.

  5. 0jr says:

    his daughter became and married a jew and hillery is a distant cousin

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