Posted to Saint Peters Blog
August 9, 2015
How Donald Trump Can Win
Presidential campaigns are always won with big-picture ideas articulated with simple, memorable and disciplined messaging. Even in a primary, voters respond more favorably to a candidate with a grand vision of what our country should be than to policy wonks. Just ask President Gingrich.
Although I resigned from his campaign effort last week I remain convinced that Trump and Trump alone has the stature, experience and guts to take on the entrenched special interests and save America from further decline under the failed policies of the Bush/Clinton combine. I have wanted Trump to run for president since 1988.
Donald Trump soared in the polls this summer by delivering exactly that kind of message: make America great again. He wants to fix the immigration problem, create jobs, make our enemies respect us, and take care of our veterans.
In a political climate dominated by special interests, Trump is a breath of fresh air. He’s widely known as a savvy businessman with enough of his own money to ignore the lobbyists and donors seeking influence. Trump isn’t beholden to the SuperPAC funding billionaires. He is a billionaire. Rather than fall for the Left’s divisive class politics, voters got behind Trump immediately. They know only a successful business leader can bring jobs back to the U.S. instead of China. He was the only candidate with the courage to say what they were thinking and they loved it.
Roger has announced that he is considering running for the US Senate for the Libertarian Party of Florida. It is unclear whether he quit or was fired recently from Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign for the Republican Party’s candidacy.