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Thank You, President Donald Trump.

December 29, 2017 by  
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(ThyBlackMan.com) I have been waiting all of my life for a president like Donald Trump – one who is not afraid, knows the direction he wants to go and has a vision for America. We needed rescuing from liberalism. Liberalism is an abusive belief system and oppressive ruler. Once it takes control, it will suppress freedom and prosperity.

Defeating the abuser requires sacrifice, and most of us are afraid of that sacrifice, so we go along with the abuse. But we always hope for someone to stand up to the suffocating burden of liberal rule.

President Donald Trump had everything and needed nothing. But the country his grandchildren would inherit was disturbing to him. The fear he had for his grandchildren is the same fear we all had for America. So when Trump put it all on the line, we put it all on the line with him. When he stood up to the noise, we also stood up to the noise. We recognized our leader, and we started following him.

In 2017, we had won the House and Senate, and won the majority of governorships. We saw the tax cut, stock market take off, consumer confidence up, unemployment lower, reducing ISIS to a real JV team, closing our border, opening oil drilling in Alaska and reducing liberal Democrats to just noise.

We began 2017 with riots, protests, “nasty women” and fear. We heard calls for impeachment, conspiracies, racism and bigotry. We did not flinch. They called us names. They tore up our streets, and they accused us of horrible things.

The year 2017 has been phenomenal to watch. A tremendous, forceful and swift move to the right caught everyone off guard. Liberalism can only exist in an atmosphere of fear, misery and oppression. Many subject themselves to it under pressure and oppression. But secretly they wanted freedom also.

Freedom arrived! Jobs are back, and so are the dreams of home ownership and the feeling of freedom across the nation. With this new atmosphere, even liberals are lifting their heads up and leaving the oppressive beliefs of liberalism.

Thank President Trump for all his accomplishments during his first year in office. Send him a FREE card of your choice. Go to ThankTrump.us.

From the coal miners in West Virginia to the auto workers of Detroit, they have had enough. They understand how oppressive liberalism is. They want freedom and are wandering around looking for it.

The Republican Party was founded in this atmosphere. Strong people stepping up and confronting the wickedness of slavery. Delivering those who wanted to be free by way of a Safehouse lined up across the south, leading, feeding and bringing folks out of captivity.

I am traveling the country, speaking on this subject and proposing ways to reach the vast number of disillusioned liberal and freedom seekers. It would be a pleasure to meet you all in your city and share my vision with your group. The first meeting is in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Jan. 19, 2018.

Isn’t it funny that anything good for America, families and business is a negative for liberals? Some of the knee-jerk objections to the tax bill are predictable and revealing. They are against you controlling your life. They are fearful of Americans controlling their income, businesses and retirement planning.

Consumer confidence is very high because they are free from business regulations, income has risen, home ownership is high and folks are feeling good about the future. So why are liberals so alarmed? Why are they so negative about positive news? Because they are the party of poverty.

They celebrate high welfare numbers and decry low employment numbers. They believe you are not entitled to your money, but someone else is. They believe your income belongs to them because you are their slaves.

“No guarantee corporations want to buy back stocks instead of investing in their business.” Who would make that guarantee? But whatever a corporation does, stock buyback, equipment, bonuses or advertising, will create jobs. I want jobs.

I have been waiting all of my life for a president who wanted jobs, not management. Freedom, not servitude. And safety, not fear. On Trump’s first anniversary, we are meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina for a free rally. Join us and renew your pledge to Make America Great Again.

Thank President Trump for all his accomplishments during his first year in office. Send him a FREE card of your choice. Go to ThankTrump.us.

Written by Mason Weaver

Official website; http://twitter.com/masonweaver

 

 



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One Response to “Thank You, President Donald Trump.”
  1. James Davis says:

    The following comment by you shows how disconnected and illogical your reasoning is regarding the reasons Mr. Trump and Republicans passed the Tax Cut Bill in the first place. The following statement by you basically invalidates any reason why we should thank Mr. Trump. You say:

    “No guarantee corporations want to buy back stocks instead of investing in their business.” Who would make that guarantee? But whatever a corporation does, stock buyback, equipment, bonuses or advertising, will create jobs. I want jobs.”

    The basic premise of “Supply Side Economics” which is what this tax cut is based upon states that if you unburden corporations with high taxes and regulations, they will then take that money and invest it in expanding the economy. And in expanding the economy, they will pay back the $1.5 trillion borrowed to pay for the tax cut. Democrats and a hell of a lot of economic experts think this is a flawed concept.

    Suppliers or producers or manufacturers are always going to say, “We need less of a tax burden (that tax burden is projected to be an effective tax rate of 10 percent after deductions as this legislation did not eliminate loop holes) so that we can invest in production. Their theory is, for example, if we build more cars, you will purchase them and if you purchase them, then we will add more labor to produce more cars, even, if there is no active demand for these cars. This is putting the cart before the horse. Why? Because, if there is no consumer demand for more cars, they will pile up on dealers’ lots, and layoffs soon will follow until consumer demand for more cars is balanced with the supply of these cars.

    Because consumers make up 70 percent of our economy, it is more logical, many experts feel, to place money directly into the consumers’ hands, rather than in the pockets of corporations and the wealthy through tax cuts like what just passed Congress that raises the deficit. Consumers then, create demand for products they desire which drives production, which then creates the need for more labor. Where Democrats have failed us is that they have yet to come up with a logical plan that will do just what I have suggested – place money in the consumer’s hands in a logical and long term way and at the same time push back against supply side economics. You can’t do this through infrastructure spending because, as many in the Democratic Party have suggested. This is why they are not in power. In order for me to benefit from say, “building a bridge,” I have to live in the area where the bridge is being built in order to benefit when it comes to job creation associated with the bridge project.

    So your comments above indicates, you are not the best spokesperson when it comes to asking us to, thank Mr. Trump, as you totally ignore the fundamentals surrounding Supply Side Economics. You see, “It does make a difference” what they do with “our money” as you and I will have to pay back that $1.5 trillion.

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