One Reason Americans Love President Trump…

Donald Trump is a real and caring person who simply loves the United States of America. He didn’t seek the presidency for power, wealth, or fame…he already had all three…and before he ran for office, he could enjoy all three without having to endure the sick, demented, filthy hatred of the democrats. He loves this nation, and is trying to do his best for us. You can’t say that about Obama, Clinton, or any other democrat for the last forty years…


Screenshot: DailyMail
Screenshot: DailyMail

Maybe it’s because he’s a decent person…

Photo: IOTWReport

Remember when Mr. Trump sent his jet to help stranded U.S. Marines

or when he stopped his limo to save a man being beat with a bat

or when he helped this young girl

or this man’s story of how Trump helped him realize his dreams

or this black woman’s insider view of Mr. Trump???

4 thoughts on “One Reason Americans Love President Trump…

  1. Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    The president must straighten things out and authorize Constitutional Carry, and forget the reciprocal farce. Right now, the president is doing the “ham sandwich” (really big hamming it up) stuff, just like Obama did.

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    1. I think he has a lot on his plate, and he gets attacked at every turn. I want the wall, and ALL illegal aliens back where they belong. Ban on most immigration, and ALL muslim immigration. I’m concerned about the “healthcare plan,” as the government should have NEVER been involved in it in the first place. Now the dems have screwed it up to the point that it will be difficult to “fix” it, and some people actually think it’s a “right.”
      I know that we already DO have “Constitutional carry” rights, as it’s plainly in the Second Amendment, and clarified by studying the founder’s writings, and early state laws…in some states men were required to carry a functioning weapon to church, or they were fined…Yet I also think their should be some training required…training should have been at home from dads and uncles and such, but we know that doesn’t always happen now. Maybe it could be given in high school, but I don’t know if they could be trusted with it either. I’m as concerned now with some nervous newbie ccw with a glock in his pants mistaking who the bad guy is, as I am the bad guy. I also see quite a few people who simply aren’t mature enough, or smart enough, to have ready access to a weapon. Perhaps they would weed themselves out in a few years, but it would be bloody.


      1. 2A states nothing about training. Up to the individual as voluntary.
        I would rather have Constitutional Carry, and forget about the wall or refugees, we can take care of any problems.
        Twelve states are Constitutional Carry. We do not hear about mass murders or similar. Those states also have prisons to handle crime. There are relatively few issues beyond people knowing their state laws and, that is where unifying Stand Your Ground, would simplify everything with one set of laws.

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        1. I knew you would jump on that. I’m mostly on your side, but the “well regulated” portion of the Second Amendment addresses training. It DOES NOT mean regulated by laws and our government, but refers to being well disciplined and drilled. As the founders did, I believe it’s a GOD given right to be armed. The Second Amendment merely affirms that the right exists, and prevents the government from regulating that right in any way at all. We actually have a Constitutional right to own LAWS, tanks, and Cruise missiles…and I would sure LOVE to have me some Cruise missiles…
          “…Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American… The unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.” – Tenche Coxe, The Pennsylvania Gazette, Feb. 20, 1788.
          The best way to handle things might be to point out that modern democrats are simply NOT Americans, and therefore are not afforded rights under the U.S. Constitution…thus keeping firearms out of the hands of the vast majority of criminals and those who lack the mental capacity to make decisions.

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