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la-na-trump-news-conference-scene-20170111COMMON SENSE: At his impromptu press conference, President Trump did more than answer dozens of questions from the press. He changed the way a Republican President dances with the media. Heretofore, with the notable exception of Ronald Reagan, for the past half-century, the media has led and the Republican Presidents have followed. Democratic Presidents, on the other hand, have led the dance, while the press has dutifully followed.
 
Rejecting this model, Donald Trump has taken charge. He is leading the dance, while insisting the press follow him. Since they are used to leading Republican Presidents and believe it is their right to do so, it’s no wonder they are having their ties stepped on, as they thy to reassert their right to lead. Trump will not have any of it. Instead, he has doubled down on leading, refusing to be a PWR President—Pussy Whipped Republican President.
 
Unlike Nixon, Ford, or the two Bushes, President Trump will not be submissive. As the American people watch how awkward this dance has become, we have developed two conflicting opinions about it. Half of us insist it is the President’s role to lead, and we are tired of watching weak-willed men be submissive to the domineering media. The other half of Americans feel exactly the opposite way. They want things to remain the way they have always been in their lifetime, which is to have the PWR model.
 
Consequently, for the foreseeable future, the dance between President Trump and the media will continue to be awkward, disjointed, and contentious. Will it ever change you might ask. The answer is who knows? Perhaps it will a little, but I doubt that it will very much.
 
Jack Watts
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hillary trump_4COMMON SENSE: Hillary Clinton has contempt for the Rule of law—shame on her. The Republican Establishment has equal contempt for the will of it’s party’s voters—shame on the Republican Establishment.
 
My original candidate was Sen. Cruz. When he quit, I shifted to Trump. The Republican elites refuse to do this. Dan Senor, a Bush/Romney/Paul Ryan hack, is behind the audio clip aimed at derailing Donald Trump. This makes Senor a Quisling in my book. If Ryan had anything to do with this underhanded plot, he needs to resign as Speaker of the House.
 
When Trump went up against Hillary Sunday night, he was simultaneously fighting a coup from within his own party. Yet, he stood tall and soundly trounced the Queen of Corruption. Fighting for us, the American people, Trump was Presidential. I don’t know about you, but I will proudly vote for him in November.
 
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MAR-A-LOGO MONOLOG: Mr. Trump, your economic speech was excellent.Unfortunately, few paid any attention to it. Your entire agenda—all of which is essential to return America to greatness—was marginalized because of that one silly statement that was construed as being threatening to Hillary Clinton.
 
Sir, it’s time to take the gloves off and get tough—not with Hillary but with yourself. You simply must stop allowing the news cycles to be about unimportant, off-the-cuff, ad hominem attacks that go over the top and alienate voters. You promised us that you would not “blow it” like Mitt Romney did four years ago, but that’s exactly what you are doing.
 
There is so much coming out about Hillary’s poor judgment and corruption that her supporters should be abandoning her candidacy in droves, but this isn’t happening because of you. Each day, you are allowing the opposition—Hillary, her campaign, and the media—to paint you as an unsuitable alternative to her.
 
You simply must stop giving them ammunition to do this. If you can discipline yourself for three months, we might be able to save this great nation. If not, we will elect an unrepentant criminal to be our next President. The choice is yours, Mr. Trump, and so are the consequences.
 
—Jack Watts

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thCOMMON SENSE: Although I have consistently written about the political corruption in the Capitol, I’m even surprised by how deep it goes. Not only has Hillary skated on her email server scandal—thanks to the FBI and DOJ—but now we learn about how the DNC has rigged the system to ensure she received the nomination. Adding insult to injury, many of the GOP’s most notable leaders actually favor Hillary over their own party’s nominee.
 
Trump is right. The system is rigged. There is only one thing that stands in the way of Evil’s complete triumph—you, the American voter. Will you sustain this massive assault against our core values, or will you rise up collectively, in righteous indignation, and say, “No!”
 
Will we coronate the Queen of Corruption, or will we put an end to her deceit and influence peddling? Will we sit by passively, as the values of our Founding Fathers are swept aside in favor of Progressive Socialism, or will we repudiate this Tsunami of Evil? Will we justify corruption, saying it’s always present, or will we insist that the Rule of Law make everybody accountable, as our founders envisioned?
 
The answers are yet to be determined, but we will soon know—that is, if the voting machines have not already been rigged.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: I voted for Cruz, but he lost. Eventually, he couldn’t even compete. Now, I support Trump. In fact, I champion him. He may not be the Constitutionalist I desired, but he is a fearless advocate for the American people, and I’m tired of being led by a man who feels it is his duty to apologize for us.
 
I would rather have 75 percent of what I want than another four years of something I know I do not want. If Donald Trump secures our borders, rebuilds the military, and makes us energy independent, we will once again be a great nation, and he intends to do a lot more than that.
 
I exhort my fellow Conservatives to choose pragmatism over petulance and embrace the Trump candidacy. A seat at the table of power is being offered by this patriot, and we would be foolish to reject it, in favor of some misguided sense of self-righteous purity. To choose the way of a fool, as Mitt Romney has done, will do nothing more than ensure Obama’s legacy is preserved by the most corrupt woman in American history. Let’s help make history rather than be a victim of it.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Four years ago, my first choice for President was Newt Gingrich. He was clearly the most capable man, but Mitt spent a small fortune to destroy Newt in FL and take the nomination. In the general election, knowing how disastrous Obama had been, I supported Mitt, even though he was a very weak candidate.
 
Now, four years later, Mitt will not reciprocate and support the will of the Republican electorate. Although I voted for Cruz, I have no problem transferring my allegiance to Trump, knowing how disastrous Hillary would be as President. Why can’t Romney do the same thing? Is his arrogance and self-importance so great that he cannot condescend to accept the will of the people? His behavior is appalling, as is Eric Ericsson’s, and that little twerp from the “Weekly Standard.” I’m truly disappointed with them and will never support anything they ever do again.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: A new Quinnipiac Poll shows Trump winning Ohio and just 1% behind Hillary Clinton in two other battleground states—Pennsylvania and Florida. In 2012, Obama beat Romney in the Electoral College by a decisive margin, 332 to 206. In 2016, if these three states that voted for Obama are flipped, the total would be—Trump 273, Clinton 265.
 
Since it takes 270 Electoral votes to win the White House, if every other state remains the same and these three key states are flipped, which is going to happen, Trump will be the next President of the United States.
 
As President, he will choose the judges for the Supreme Court and not Hillary Clinton. He will also be responsible for our economy and for ferreting out political corruption, including Hillary Clinton’s.
 
—Jack Watts

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