Most every left-wing liberal pundit blames President Donald Trump for the ills of the nation. But the president is not at fault; he is acting like a doctor diagnosing and prescribing how best to fix the ills we face. In less than seven months, the president has found the elixir to make us better.
The anti-Trump zealots are continually placing obstacles in his path. Where are the roadblocks going? Nowhere. Thankfully, the president has the fortitude to keep going forward, believing in his motto to make America great again. By this uplifting message, we should be grateful for his determination of moving ahead and not allowing the forces of evil to prevail.
In seven short months in office the elixir is working, Trump has green-lighted construction of the XL Keystone pipeline; appointed Judge Neil Gorsuch, a legal scholar in the mode of Justice Antonin Scalia, to the Supreme Court; struck down the Trans-Pacific Partnership and signed the Woman's Entrepreneurial Act and 36 bills..
Some coal miners are back to work in West Virginia and in other coal-mining states. The stock market has broken more records. The unemployment rate is down, as are Mexican border crossings. Arrests and incarceration of crime gangs are beginning to have an effect. There is renewed confidence in businesses as bureaucratic red tape is slowly being diminished. And many other positive signs are emerging but go unreported by the biased mainstream media.
The sad part of this entire attacks upon the president is that not one member of the Republican-led Congress, like Rep. Tom Rice, will speak out on Trump’s behalf. They stay numb and mute.
And, lastly, Washington insiders don't understand the president's plain talk. Trump is frank and to the point. They are confused by Trump's say it the way it is lingo. Washington elitists have no idea, not even the slightest, of how to interpret the president.
When the president says a budget increase of 5 percent is proposed, the Washington crowd will call it a decrease because they expected a 10 percent increase. Trump tells it the way it is; the insiders go nuts with long-winded, merry-go-round, playing with words.
God bless American, and God bless President Donald Trump.
The writer lives in Myrtle Beach.