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Published Date Author: , May 31st, 2016

> /David Limbaugh is Rush’s younger brother. He’s got a law degree and a > poli-sci degree. He has been a professor, is an author, has served in > political capacities, and is regarded as an expert in law and > politics. The man is an extremely articulate and eloquent wordsmith > with what appears to be a superlative talent for framing his arguments > in visceral terms. His discussion below pretty much puts America’s > political scene, as impacted by Trump, into crystal clear focus./ // >> ———————————————————————— >> _The Establishment birthed Trump!_ >> by /David Limbaugh/ >> / >> /Much of the establishment’s criticism of Donald Trump comes from its >> failure to comprehend the reasons for his soaring popularity. >> Establishment types seem untroubled by the problems facing America, >> so they can’t understand the urgency that fathered Trump’s rise. >> Minor adjustments to the Hindenburg’s dining room menu just aren’t >> going to get it. >> >> Their overwrought analysis, their hand-wringing and their >> contemptuousness for Trump betray a disdain not only for Trump but >> for Americans who recognize the gravity of America’s predicament — >> and who, in desperation, have turned to Trump for bold action. >> >> It’s hard to overstate Americans’ concern for the state of the >> nation. Horrified by President Obama’s Sherman-esque march through >> America, they are tired of hearing that nothing can be done. They are >> through with empty promises from establishment politicians. >> >> People are tired of Obama’s pitting blacks against whites, women >> against men, gays against heterosexuals, rich against poor, >> non-taxpayers against taxpayers, citizens against cops and his >> Muslims against Christians. They can no longer stomach Obama’s >> apologizing for America and excusing terrorists while rushing to >> attack Christians at every turn. >> >> People are sick of being called racists for things that happened in >> this country before they were born or before they could vote, for >> opposing Obama’s destructive agenda, or for simply being Republicans. >> They abhor the war on cops orchestrated by racial hucksters and >> pandering politicians. They are incredulous that any president would >> deliberately engineer America’s decline and degrade our military. >> They are tired of the nation’s chief executive officer’s flouting >> laws and thwarting the people’s will. >> >> Americans are sick of Obama’s trashing America’s founding, assaulting >> capitalism, and bellowing about man-made global warming as a pretense >> to impose more liberty-smothering regulations. They are nauseated by >> politicians who are more interested in bipartisanship with scofflaws >> than with saving the nation. >> >> People are mortified by the nation’s fiscal instability, its >> unbridled national debt, its spiraling entitlements and Washington’s >> refusal to address them. They are sick of the fraudulent spending >> “cuts.” They have had their fill of the lies, especially about >> Obamacare, whose costs dwarf Obama’s promised projections and are >> getting worse by the day. They’ve reached their limit with this >> administration’s rewarding unemployment and laziness while punishing >> work, its honoring socialism and demonizing capitalism. >> >> People are sick of politically correct bullies. They are exhausted by >> lectures about not paying their fair share when half the income >> earners don’t pay income taxes. They are fed up with lies about >> decreasing unemployment rates when tens of millions have dropped out >> of the workforce. >> >> Every other week, we face a new existential threat to the nation — >> threats perpetrated or enabled by Obama and the Washington >> establishment. But the establishment meets these perils with barely >> disguised indifference. Islamic terrorism is overrunning the Middle >> East and has reached our mainland, and Obama doesn’t dare whisper its >> name. Obama refuses to enforce the borders; he orders his >> administration not to enforce immigration laws; he lawlessly grants >> amnesty to millions of immigrants who are here illegally; and he and >> his party set up sanctuary cities that harbor criminal immigrants. >> >> Last year, we faced an invasion from Central America; now, in the >> name of compassion, we are inviting in Syrian refugees – some 72 >> percent of whom are, curiously, men. Are we afraid to wonder aloud >> whether those who sidestep the legal immigration process will embrace >> the American idea? Whether they will end up on the welfare rolls? >> >> With Congress’ help, Obama bypassed the Constitution’s treaty clause >> and entered into a reckless, non-verifiable nuke deal with Iran and >> will give the Iranians a $150 billion signing bonus to fund terrorism >> and build ballistic missiles. >> >> So where does that leave us? >> >> People have heard one too many times that the Republican Party, if it >> regains control, will turn things around. Republicans have been so >> timid in opposing Obama’s agenda that many have quit believing >> they’ll reverse this madness if they acquire full control. >> >> Along comes Trump, who gives voice to these legitimate grievances >> instead of calling people racist, selfish or hysterical. He >> emphasizes the urgency of these problems, and he denounces the status >> quo, the establishment, Washington inertia and political correctness >> without an ounce of apology. */People are dehydrated, and he’s their >> Gatorade®./* >> >> */Whether Trump could or would deliver on his promises is one thing, >> but the establishment’s arrogant failure to acknowledge, let alone >> decry the horror of, the status quo is his lifeblood. If Trump is a >> monster, the establishment is Dr. Frankenstein, so please spare us >> the lectures./*

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