During his first term President Trump survived defensive pressure that would make any quarterback less than Tom Brady wilt. It seemed that half of the time even his offensive line was working against him and his game plan.
Like Brady, Trump’s results are stellar. If you don’t believe it, listen to any Trump speech – he will make sure you know every detail. Unemployment down, economic growth up, energy independence, improved foreign policy, small businesses thriving in the sweet air of less government interference, and – perhaps best of all – a functioning judiciary that doesn’t appear to be on hallucinogenic drugs.
That’s what drives the “never-Trumpers” nuts. Yes, he enjoys winning. Yes, he brags about it. He has to, because Americans will never hear about Trump’s or our nation’s progress anywhere else. Imagine ESPN and Sports Illustrated reporting only Tom Brady’s incompletions and interceptions without mentioning his touchdowns. Or worse, making up crap that didn’t happen.
I got a note from a neighbor friend the other day. He didn’t get the Trump thing at first. Or at second. But defending the loony Democrats and their anti-American socialist nonsense just got to be too much after a while. He is now aboard the Trump train.
About the leftist news media, he says: “They perpetuate EVERYTHING I’m against. You never hear about strong family values on those garbage networks (CNN, MSNBC), just elements of division that ultimately destroy the construct of the traditional family. Which invariably leads to poverty and crime. I’m just sick of it, and sick of having to explain to my friends that this is all deliberate and that they are being used.”
All aboard the Trump train!
Tom Balek, Rockin’ On the Right Side
I’ve listened to preachers
I’ve listened to fools
I’ve watched all the dropouts
Who make their own rules
One person conditioned to rule and control
The media sells it and you live the role
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On Tue, Mar 10, 2020, 6:11 PM Rockin’ On The Right Side wrote:
> Tom Balek posted: “During his first term President Trump survived > defensive pressure that would make any quarterback less than Tom Brady > wilt. It seemed that half of the time even his offensive line was working > against him and his game plan. Like Brady, Trump’s results a” >
I had been a Cruz supporter but I held my nose and voted for Trump in 2016.
I will happily and proudly vote for him this November.
BTW: I couldn’t bring myself to vote for either McCain in 2008 or Romney in 2012.
Another hit article, Tom! On point! Loving all the #Winning…..