So, we’re two months from election and I have had ENOUGH. I am tired of the name calling, which I admittedly have partaken in, I’m tired of one-upmanship, and I’m tired of both sides paying more attention to personality and so little on how we can make America great again.
I want to apologize for my part in the ugliness because this country doesn’t deserve that. Not having been a politician, I allowed myself to fight back at the career politician who is my candidate, as I have had to in some of my business dealings; being too tough, formidable, sometimes downright mean. It’s part of all of our personalities, but there’s a more important part of me which I want to share from now on;
I care about this country. I also understand that this country was built on self-reliance, doing what we could do for HER, not what SHE could do for US, as JFK so wisely said, the same JFK who would have probably been a Republican in comparison with the far Left Democrats have now become, by the way.
Unlike I have been portrayed, I want to welcome immigrants who entered America like your grandparents and mine did years ago, with eagerness to be part of the American dream, taking one of the plentiful jobs, being trained in excellent public schools, enjoying all the goodness that hard work can produce and hoping their children would follow that same path. Is it too much to ask that of immigrants coming in now? Is it too much to remind folks that a sanctuary city is breaking the law and putting our country last while it even welcomes some who mean harm to the American way, indeed, even the American economy and safety?
I could go down the list of subjects the presidential candidate must address, I don’t mean to concentrate here only on immigration, and I will be better describing other points of my platform soon but first, let it suffice for me to say today that I would like my fellow Americans to listen closely to me from now on, closer than ever. Listen to how I lay out my plans for them and our country, forget what even I might call my blustering and unkindnesses of past campaigning….this is the Donald J. Trump I want Americans to know…this isn’t a new Trump, but it’s the better Trump, the more real Trump, and it’s the large part of Trump which I’d like you to know, the Trump who will be an excellent president to all of you.
Thank you for your support….I can’t tell you how humbling it is to stand before America and hear the cheers and accolades of those who appreciate and like my message. By the way, you will like it more starting NOW.
I will spend the next 70 days or so getting my message to more people, not just the base I am so grateful for, but to all Americans. Together we will echo our country’s earliest days, the dreams and ethics of our founding fathers, the Constitution and how important it is we continue to teach it…yes, we will remind America of how we can hold onto those great words of our founding fathers even now and continue to build on what they started, all of us proud to be part of this great country.
I know it’s risky for a candidate to ever apologize or even suggest he or she wasn’t prepared or didn’t know something, or acted poorly, or (God forbid!) flip-flopped, as the media loves to say, but that’s only media hype and biased hubris…Ask yourselves why apologies aren’t as honored in this position as they are in your home or workplace situations! We all learn, we all grow…I am pleased to announce that I will now take you on a path that will show what I’d like to do, and ask that you pay close attention to me, and less on the media, less on Mrs. Clinton, less on the naysayers….America needs our help and it’s going to take everything we’ve got. I’m ready to face that and hope you continue to respect and choose to honor the platform I and my excellent advisers have planned.
By the way….one thing I’ve thought of recently, and I plan to implement after elected, is citizen groups coming to the White House so I can hear, first hand, what’s going on in your communities. Not the mayors and congresspeople, but citizens in your towns coming to talk. I need to hear you if I’m going to help you. I’m going to want to hear from America’s people, not its politicians.
(Trump now smiles at group in the way he only does to people he spots in the crowd who he knows…and he has a wonderful smile…why not use it?)
God bless you all. (and I will not use the word ‘disaster’ anymore) (I promise).
Z: SO…what do you all think? How do you think this would go over?