The United States of America, the Greatest Country on Planet Earth!
Diane Richardson, a former Democrat, with research by Laura Cambria, a chronic Conservative
Why I can no longer support the Republican Party or many so-called Conservatives -- why I support Trump. Why we support Mr. Trump. But, this is NOT about Trump.
Above all, I am an American through and through. I would die for what America stands for as described in the Declaration of Independence. The US Constitution needs to be tweeked a bit to deal with the conniving scum that have surfaced since it was written, but I support it too. So, it should come as no surprise that Obama, the Clintons and Sanders make me sick to my stomach, as does the lying Socialist and Communist Left and many crony capitalist Republicans and so-called Conservatives.
Common sense has always been behind my ways of doing things and making judgements, so when Mr. Trump entered the race for the presidency and I learned about who he really is and what his goals are, I joined millions of others in supporting him in fighting to restore America.
On the opposite side is Cruz, Rubio and Kasich, who all support amnesty in one form or another (yes, even Cruz) and free trade, the main tool for making Americans jobless after the Communist Muslim Obama does his evil deeds with over regulation, and Congress lets him. It came as a surprise when I learned that Limbaugh and Levin decided to support Cruz, who is not really a Conservative at all but a Bush insider masquerading as a religious conservative.
It is my hope therefore that after Mr. Trump wins, if he cannot get full support from the so-called elites in the party, he creates a third party for us common sense Americans.
In the meantime, here is what we are up against:
The Elites fight to maintain their Control of the GOP, while their Polices are Destroying America.
[To prevent Trump from reaching 1237 delegates the] amount of money Washington DC is spending to attack Donald Trump and support Senator Ted Cruz is astounding. [Cruz and McConnell are enemies, and the names of these PACs are outright lies. ]
With your help, by voting only for common sense Conservatives that support Trump in the next election, Mr. Trump will try to end these abuses to America:
Donald Trump used to love Apple products, Oreo cookies and Carrier air-conditioners. But as the New York property developer has made the transition from billionaire businessman to frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination, he has made some of those same companies and firms the target of his “Make America Great Again” campaign.
US Companies that have moved or are moving production to Mexico, at the expense of American workers, then paying no import tax because of 'free trade.' (Lobbyist support members of congress to maintain this anti-American process -- known as crony capitalists for free trade (which Cruz, Rubio and Kasich support) -- while unemployed Americans go on welfare, which costs us over $100 billion per year globally. Plus untold misery from loss of homes, pride, self-esteem and government dependence. )
Despite a lot of talk and articles written about reshoring -- bringing production back to the United States -- offshore outsourcing of manufacturing and service-sector jobs to foreign nations continues to plague the American economy.
Hundreds of major American corporations are shipping thousands of jobs overseas, according to an analysis of Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) filings made to the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration on behalf of the displaced workers.
While the trend is down from its peak, it has not fully abated, and there are many times more outsourcing events -- as per the TAA petitions filed with the Labor Department -- than there are reshoring (or "insourcing" or "onshoring") announcements, as per searches of media stories on www.news.google.com and www.news.yahoo.com.
A survey of petitions filed on behalf of workers to receive generous TAA benefits and training during the first three weeks of July, 2013, indicates that offshoring of American production and jobs -- as well as import substitution -- remains a fixture of the largest and most well known American companies. Seventy-seven petitions were filed on behalf of American workers, from companies such as IBM, Walgreens, International Paper, Sanmina Corp., Chicago Bridge and Iron, NCR, AT&T, Tenneco Automotive, Micron Technology and Honeywell, among others.
If it were not for the TAA program, few of these company decisions to displace American workers with foreigners would be known. The database is searchable at http://www.doleta.gov/tradeact/taa/taa_search_form.cfm.
Not only should none of this be allowed without penalty, we should publish a shame list of un-American activities. And Congress should create a law that demands no imports or H1-Bs unless the real unemployment rate is less that 6% -- it is currently about 20%. Companies could train unskilled workers if need be. That would be the American way to solve employment issues.