To The Daily Sun,
The success of Donald Trump should be a loud warning shot across the bow of America's boat. How could an arrogant, blowhard with a Bozo, comb-over gain such traction with voters? For that answer, look no further than Barack Obama.
The working, Main street Jane and Joe have become the forgotten people during his presidency. They have become both disenfranchised and disadvantaged. These are the people whose buying power has shrunk, and whose political influence has vanished. These voters are filled to the brim with disgust and rage at the political class led by Barack Obama. The shadow of success or failure is always cast from the top down. These folks have good cause to be mad as hell. They seek the most anti-establishment, venom-spewing candidate they can find in retribution. Who fills that description better than Trump?
Even worse, for the disenchanted minions. Trump is unelectable, either as a Republican or independent, no matter the illusion of his broad support in the media. A close look reveals narrow popularity in the backdrop of a national presidential election with all voters. Trump's support resides almost exclusively among whites, in lower ecoonomic stratas.
No surprise, These are people Obama has ignored and crapped on for seven straight years. Not because Obama is black and their white, but because Barack Obama is a delusional, self-absorbed, ideologue, blind and brain dread to everything that underlies the economic principles of a country whose exceptionalism, and long history of success has been built on the foundation of capitalism.
That the electorate would be inspired by such inflamed rhetoric from an incompetent, silver spooned, jerk on the right while simultaneously beguiled in fantasy by a self described, bleeding socialist on the left provides an honest and clear understanding where the lack of presidential leadership has left this country after seven disastrous years.
Jerks and European-style socialists are now thought to be credible candidates by tens of millions of Americans seeking little more than security from their enemies and an economy that works for them, rather than against them. These people ask for little. I fear they are going to make the wrong choice again, and suffer the same consequences that has lead to their current deep and desperate despair.
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