By Ray Starmann
You did it! Yes, you, the American voter.
Yesterday, you voted to save the Republic. You voted to rescue your nation from the shackles of globalism, the tyranny of political correctness, the insanity of open border policies, the feminist destruction of the military and the pusillanimous foreign policy of the Democrats.
You voted for an uprising, a peaceful Second American Revolution that all but guarantees the right to bear arms will live for another generation and that the 200 freight car train wreck, Obamacare won’t.
You voted to wrestle the power out of the hands of arrogant, establishment puppets who are the dutiful minions of George Soros and Wall Street robber barons.
You voted to ensure that a criminal sociopath in Doctor No attire wasn’t sitting in the Oval Office.
You voted to guarantee that Huma Abedin, a Saudi intelligence officer with ties to radical Islam, never steps foot in the White House, except as part of a school field trip.
You voted to certify that the Clinton Foundation has a going out of business sale.
You voted because the rule of law was being flushed down the toilet by James Comey and Loretta Lynch.
You voted to stop the endless, unwinnable wars and to smash the dark, twisted Napoleonic dreams of the neocons.
You voted for decent wages and the pursuit of happiness, which had become nothing more than vestiges of our former greatness.
You voted to stop the spread of cultural Marxism in our grade schools, colleges and churches.
You voted for Donald Trump and his victory will resurrect America.
President-elect Trump’s to do list is long indeed. His immediate tasks include: rebuilding the military, ending Obamacare, fixing or privatizing the VA, appointing conservative Supreme Court judges, renegotiating our trade deals, BUILDING THE WALL, destroying ISIS, ripping up the Iran Deal, repairing the nation’s decaying infrastructure and creating jobs, jobs and more jobs.
The election of Ronald Reagan in 1980 was gigantic, but Trump’s victory seems even larger. While Jimmy Carter was largely incompetent in many aspects, he was at heart a decent man who did what he thought was best for the country. Reagan’s election was a repudiation of Carter and a rebirth.
Trump’s election is also a rebirth for the nation, but there is the feeling that the country has dodged a bullet. We were close to electing Hillary Clinton, a criminal and a puppet of the globalists who would have overseen the destruction of this Republic.
But, Americans knew better and elected Trump. As Winston Churchill once remarked, “Americans always do the right thing, when they’ve exhausted all alternatives.”
A year ago, who would have ever thought the Cubs were going to win the World Series and Donald Trump was going to be elected President. These are indeed interesting times!