Trump’s First 100 days and the Democratic parties civil war.
Our time to move, and move fast, is now.
For months the Main stream media and so many on the left and right cried about the failed GOP, how the party of Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Reagan would be declared dead on Nov. 9th 2016. As it has turned out, everyone including some within the Trump campaign were very wrong. Trump will go onto win 306 electoral votes when congress is presented the results and certifies them.
There are many lessons for both democrats and republicans to be learned from this election. Those lessons will be discussed by countless pundits and talking heads. Today I want to talk about the mandate the American people have given the Republican party. After 8 years of a relentless progressive assault on the American people and their daily lives, they stood up and said no more. Since Obama was elected in 2008, over 900 seats have been lost for democrats.
As it stands now, the Republican party being led by Donald J. Trump will control the Oval office, the Senate, the House of Representatives 33 governorships, 24 states where all branches are in Republican control and 8 others have 2 of the 3 branches. This is a level of control rarely seen in American history, and it can lead straight to the death of the GOP if the party does not give the government back to the people.
The agenda outlined by President Elect Trump for his first 100 days must be acted on quickly and with an unforgiving advance. The people have spoken and the democratic party is fighting a civil war. Now is the time to make a multi front attack to restore this control to a limited federal government of the people and for the people.
The Republican party has the leverage to move on three fronts’ now, and they must.
Front One, the Oval Office, Trump has to strike all the illegal and unconstitutional executive orders from Bush and Obama. Place the Executive branch back 20 years. Limit its power to cause war without congressional approval, restrict and reduce the tangle of bureaucracies under the executive branch, and return powers to congress that belong there. Make congress do their job again. Most importantly support a constitutional convention.
Front two, Have two thirds of our states call for a Constitutional Convention to be held no later than May of 2017, and concluded by December of 2017. Have the states propose changes to restrict the federal government and restore the balance of power. Restore the voice and rights of the states who make up this union. Allow the majority to say no to the federal government. As of now a state or states can only sue the federal government in court when forced to do an unconstitutional act. The time is now for the states that make up this union to reign in this federal government.
Front three, Congress shall restore its proper role under our constitution. It shall write laws that restrict the power of the federal government, approve the assembly of the states to amend the constitution, and require a balanced budget.
All three fronts must be opened up this January when this mandate is made official by each person swearing in with the oath of office. The mandate is there, the obligation to act is there, the majorities needed to act are there. It is time for the republican party to act now or die of a civil war in 2020. The leverage held now is a once in a generation opportunity for freedom. We can achieve the generational change we have claimed to be working for, for 15 years.
The Grand Old Party can be Great Again, Great Again by the people, and for the people. Fail to act, be bold and think big. We the people will revolt to a new party and save this county.
The Democrats will fight us every step of the way, this will not be easy. Achieving great thing with Great leadership is never easy.
You can hold the Republican party and the leaders we have elected accountable. Call you state Senate and state Rep. Call your congressman or senator. Tell those who voted in support of this republican wave to do the same.
We have ideas on how to Make America Great Again, let us discuss, debate and finalize these ideas. Then we must act, act now to save this Constitutional Republic.
An American who voted to Make America Great Again