Good speech! I have mixed feelings on "The Donald" running for president. But, for some reason I hope he throws his hat into the mix. I think it would be interesting having him as a presidential candidate.
I'm with you, Teresa.Trump has the kind of experience sorely lacking in the current administration, which is comfortable playing hardball with working class families, the elderly and sick--even helpless infants who miraculously survive abortion--and terrorized ranchers living on our southern border, but who can't cut a deal with other players on the international scene unless it is to our nation's detriment.I want to hear what Trump has to say.
I'd be a million times more comfortable voting for Trump than I would be voting for Romney. Or Huck. And about a thousand times for comfortable voting for Trump than I would for Gingrich. I'm not sure if this is really a celebration of Trump or just my complete disdain for the "front runner" GOP candidates. Either way, though, Trump has a lot right, a lot more so than the other three.
@Fuzzy - Trump is a tough, no-nonsense guy, and we need a tough no-nonsense guy right now. The pendulum has swung so far in the direction of pantywaist metrosexual diplomacy and socialist economic nonsense that a swing toward an expert negotiator and master capitalist seems inevitable, even natural.