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Establishment elites are afraid Trump will succeed.

March 3, 2016

That Word That Rhymes With Mitt

Mitt was my first. In some ways I started writing these articles because of Mitt Romney.

After living in Ukraine for nearly 2 years, I returned home to find my country becoming more and more like a third-world country – with a failing economy, corruption in government, an elite ruling class, and voter fraud. I knew Obama had to be stopped while there was still a home on earth for the free and the brave.

My very first political rally in my life was to see Mitt. I gave my very first political contribution to Mitt. (It wasn’t much, but please don’t tell my wife.) As you’ve read, I supported and defended Mitt in these articles, many times. I voted for Mitt.

The major reason I voted for Mitt was the same reason I voted for Ross Perot: because for many years I’ve wanted to see a businessman in the White House. Over the years it had become obvious that politicians (including community organizers) didn’t have the skills, or even desire, to create jobs, to balance the budget, or to do any of the other commonsense things required to be successful. (No, I don’t want government to grow, but you can’t shrink it unless you can first manage it.)

Many of the reasons I supported Mitt (except for RomneyCare) are the reasons why I am supporting Donald Trump – who has a much better resume than Mitt.

Mitt touted his own business experience (including being the savior-organizer of the failing Salt Lake Olympics) as one of his major qualifications for president, and he praised Trump’s business skills and success during his 2012 campaign. Now he says that Donald Trump doesn’t have the moral, political, or business skills to be president.

Mitt touted himself as someone who could work across the aisle, but now says Donald is unqualified for that very reason.

Mitt and other elites from the Republican establishment, Democrat establishment, talk-show hosts, and even leaders of other countries are joining together to try and stop Trump. So I’m wondering: When will these elites think it’s OK for WE THE PEOPLE to pick our candidate?

My guess is that they are afraid Trump will succeed. And that success will end a lot of pork for a lot of people who live off of the system – including politicians, donors, and media types.

Please don’t misunderstand me, Mitt. My support for you in 2012 wasn’t because I personally liked you or disliked you. I tried to hire you in 2012 because you had the best resume for the job at the time. We now have a much better applicant in 2016, and you slamming him just makes you sound like a bitter ex-applicant.

Thanks, Mitt, for the lecture and for giving me yet another reason to hire Donald Trump, and to never hire you.

Also, understand us, media and political elites. We Trump supporters are not angry, per se. Make no mistake, it’s not revenge we’re after. It’s a reckonin’. And Trump has said, “I’m your Huckleberry, that’s just my game.”

Oh, and that other word that rhymes with Mitt, is... Quit. Mitt.

What Mitt Romney’s said in 2012 when Donald Trump endorsed him:

There are some things that you just can’t imagine happening in your life. This is one of them, being in Donald Trump’s magnificent hotel, and having his endorsement is a delight. I’m so honored and pleased to have his endorsement.

Donald Trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works, to create jobs for the American people. He’s done it here in Nevada. He’s done it across the country. He understands that our economy is facing threats from abroad. He’s one of the few people who stood up and said, “You know what, China has been cheating. They’ve taken jobs from Americans. They haven’t played fair. We have to have a president who stands up to cheaters.”


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