Could Trump re-Ignite Constitutional Governance?

For a few decades old-time Democrats (actual liberals, not today’s anti-liberal “liberals” ) have noted that they didn’t leave the Democrat party – the Democrat party left THEM.

Guess what, GOP?

Americans support the Constitution, the Rule of Law… and America. The establishment GOP and the establishment Democrats… do not. It looks to many that Trump… does. This is the reason for his historic lead.

Trump has spent his life being looked down-on by the ruling elites. Just some brash & vulgar casino builder for the great unwashed. Now both parties hate him, he’s sticking it to them and even the Davos elite are afraid of him.

This is the red flag before a Trump bull charging right at them to ram their elitism up their ass.

It is about time someone does.

The country is learning that Americans who support the Constitution and Rule of Law – and this group does NOT include today’s Democrat OR Republican parties – are a far broader and deeper bunch than the elite’s caricature of conservative voters as gun-toting anti-gay Neanderthals.

We’re a far more diverse crowd than the media (and parts of the conservative base) will admit.

We are orders of magnitude more diverse than the Democrat Party.

Democrats discovered “Reagan Democrats” to their dismay. They’re back, to the dismay of the GOP, as well.

Will Trump be perfect? Nope. Will he burn down a GOP that badly needs torching? Yep. Will he move the GOP away from the Social Conservative anti-enumerated powers crowd of the Far Right? Yep. Will he broaden the party by doing so? Yep. Will he broaden it more with the inclusion of many Black voters, among whom he seems to be polling very well? Yep.

As Hillary picks up her deranged pandering “Black” “accent” will she drive MORE Blacks to Trump? Bet on it.

Can the totalitarian anti-Constitution Democrat party survive a Trump who takes even 20% of the Black vote? No.

Add the high probability that SCOTUS will hold against mandatory dues for public sector unions and it is difficult to see how the Democrat party even survives… Perhaps in 2016 BOTH Ruling Class parties are destroyed.

It may – and it may not – be reasonable to compare Trump (politically) to Sam Adams, the Revolutionary firebrand who agitated long and hard against the ruling elites of his day until he ignited the rebellion… but it’s worth a thought…

If Trump wins, will a bipartisan Ruling Class Congress who hates him begin again to enforce the Separation of Powers and their Constitutional role, to restrain the malignancy of the Imperial Executive they have allowed to metastasize ‘way past the Constitutional boundaries of the office?

Perhaps a Trump presidency will be the best thing that’s happened to America – and our Constitution – since we threw Nixon out of office for LESS THAN WHAT CONGRESS ALLOWS OBAMA TO GET AWAY WITH EVERY DAY.


About Alex Scipio

About Alex Scipio: Alex moved out of the People's Republic of California to the Free State of Arizona, finally tiring of the lack of the Bill of Rights, the overgrown idiocracy, and the catering to non-Americans & welfare recipients. He still wonders how America got from Truman, Eisenhower, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan to the Liberal and Conservative extremes so badly managing America today. And, yes, islam DOES need to be annihilated. And doing what he can to get folks away from the extremes of political life.
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1 Response to Could Trump re-Ignite Constitutional Governance?

  1. Gemma says:

    Will Trump be perfect? That is right Mr. Scipio he is not perfect. For example, discussion on subsidising Ethanol while in Iowa. He and I disagree. The dumocrats have no trouble lying everywhere to get votes. The guy is smart.

    The American Hostages may very well be released. No, its not 1979.

    Funny, but there is an awful lot of work to do EVEN if he does get elected.

    And on the hillary front, my husband reminds me, she has not yet been indited on anything. : > (

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