Donald Trump Sets The Standard For The World

Even before he takes office, Donald Trump is making Presidential-level statements and espousing practices and policy that the press, as well as foreign governments, are watching and listening to, preparing themselves for a Trump presidency in which a real man will occupy the Oval Office after eight years of metrosexual occupation.

America’s press continues to dutifully cover Obama, but they’ve quickly begun to realized that all Obama is doing in these waning days of his presidency is weakly defending himself and his eight-year string of failures with excuses and reasons why someone else caused this catastrophe or that disaster, and liberal reporters, along with many in the Democrat Party, seem to be admitting that his ideas have been proven to be total failures in the real world.

So now the whole world is awaiting a worldwide re-alignment of forces when Donald Trump takes office and begins to solve problems that have languished for eight years, and as he leads the world toward stability and common sense once again. Obama has become a laughing stock not only in America, but in the broader international sense, so he’ll not be missed once he’s gone.

As Obama exits the White House he’s becoming a part of history that no one will want to study ever again, except to learn what not to do. His only forte was community organizing and social revolution, and even liberals have gotten bored with these things, which were done to shock the middle class and reward the leftist-fascist/progressive class, and all along Obama’s actions and edicts looked like something a naughty, spoiled child would do just to upset his parents.

The difference between Trump and Obama is the difference between a real, decisive, accomplished man, and a dithering, excuse-making, punk kid.

Say Good Bye, Obama (“Good Bye Obama”).

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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