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Democrats Plat Form On Immigration

A friend of mine sent me this link to the Democrats Platform on Immigration. It is unbelievable. If you think Republicans want to change the USA into Mexico, check out the Democrat platform. While there are plenty of details further down in this post, the first thing I want to discuss is the Democrats’ platformed position on immigration. The platform wholeheartedly supports Obama’s executive amnesty, while promising that they will go even further than him. This is probably the most disturbing part of their platform because it shows how out of touch they are with most Americans who continue to have concerns about the impact illegal immigration has had and continues to have on our country.

During the 2016 campaign, President trump understood that immigration was a game-changer for elections. His campaign slogan, “build the wall” connected with grassroots Republican voters. The wall became the symbol of President Trump’s call for reducing illegal immigration to protect Americans. The Democrats watched this dynamic and thought they would try to outflank President Trump by moving ever left on the issue. Trump’s message during the election provided a solution for a problem many Americans faced. Even though the Democrats tried to run away from the issue, President Trump’s message resonated with voters. His philosophy resonated with voters.

People are tired of politicians who make empty promises, or worse, don’t give them any solutions at all. His philosophy resonated with voters. People are tired of politicians who make empty promises, or worse, don’t give them any solutions at all. By electing President Trump, the people sent a clear message that they were fed up with politics as usual. Now more than ever before, people are going to be demanding accountability and results from their leaders. The only way for politicians to get things done is to govern on behalf of the people that elected them and fully support their agenda. Any politician who thinks that they will win re-election by breaking promises, or delivering half-baked on what they promised is completely delusional.

President Trump has one of the best track records for pulling from his promises and getting things done. He is now setting his sites on the 2024 election. When it comes to politicians, we like those who are straight-shooters that can also get things done. This is what makes President Trump wildly popular with the American people. His success in business has helped him create a diverse business network (something that has rarely been seen in Washington). This has given him access to some of the top minds in business and allowed him to bring an unprecedented amount of solutions to the table. Ted Cruz is an unconventional politician who doesn’t play the game with voters. He is not really interested in trying to garner their love.

He instead seems more interested in garnering their respect, and he doesn’t seem interested in winning a popularity contest so much as winning an election and then executing on his agenda. And that appears to be what has a lot of people excited about Ted Cruz. If Donald Trump doesn’t run for the Presidency again, then Mabey he can help Ted Cruz through the door. I figure I best get this one out of the way now as to not be considered a liberal. Donald Trump says he will make America Great Again. How would you rate the overall success n President Donald Trump did while he was President? Or to rephrase it another way, how would you rate the overall success of Mr. Cruz in two years’ time? This is the biggest fear Nancy Pelosi has, she is terrified Donald Trump could very well win the next Presidential election or worse another Republican. I love the fact she goes to sleep and has these nightmares. Long Live Conservatism !!!

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