I’ve been A Democrat All my Life & I’m Voting for Trump. Here’s why

  • was born and raised in NYC. I am 50 years old. My bio is here.

  • I am a (liberal?) Democrat. I have given, hosted, bundled, been on finance committees.

  • I was infrequently in school, I cut a lot of classes. I was inadequately indoctrinated and only partially assimilated.

  • Hobbies: I study Supreme Court decisions, Roman, Greek & American History. I play scrabble. I play whack a mole in smoky illegal gambling dens.

  • I have an unpleasant but occasionally profitable habit of asking ‘why’ until I understand all the complexity of something.

  • Favorite quote: “I don’t judge people by what they have, I judge people by what they give back” — mom

My thoughts below are scattered, brief and incomplete.


  • I voted for Obama two times.
  • I believe that the symbolism of a black President shielded Obama from the evaluation, discussion, transparency and criticism that citizens must demand of their leader.
  • TPP is the most urgent example of a President aligned with lobbyists to install the most transformational and anti Democratic bill in American history.
  • ObamaCare Was a transfer of taxpayer wealth to insurance companies. It was cloaked in excessive language to hide its deceptions according to its own architect.


  • When this presidential cycle began I was determined to vote for Hillary.But, I suffer from the double edge of an annoyingly inquisitive nature.


  • Hillary and her political enablers and courtiers argue that the Democratic party must come together to defeat the ‘evil’ of Trump, I disagree…

It is far more ‘evil’ and destructive to the United States to permit Hillary to be our president:


  • I voted for Sanders in the primary.

I am voting for Trump

  • Trump has direction. Precision can be acquired.

“On trade, on immigration, on foreign policy, the jobs, incomes and security of the American worker will always be my first priority.” — Trump doctrine

Trump is anti (endless) war

  • Trump is the peace candidate. For decades we have been led by self-aggrandizing neocon war hawks who desired war and regime change and then reversed engineered their way into those conflicts. The neocons hate Trump and instead they aligned with the vicious war mongerer Hillary. They wrote this inverse letter of support for her.

Economic outlook

  • Our economy is not as elastic or resilient as it once was. We are burdened with both the ‘known‘ debt and the high probability of crippling ‘known unknown‘ debt, such as from bank failure, pension fund bailouts and municipal bond defaults.
  • There has been almost a decade of bipartisan contempt for a federal budget and balancing the taxpayer checkbook.
  • Tax receipts are at a record, yet we are trillion dollars more in debt this year. This is a government personality disorder.
  • Despite trillions of dollars forced into the economy, wealth inequality has widened along racial, ethnic lines during Obama’s presidency: read this from the Pew research Center.
  • I am bullish on startups, venture capital, private equity. Requirements for financial reporting, mechanisms for liquidity, analyst coverage and distribution will greatly improve.


  • Professional politicians have installed a system of big, excessive government as both a business operating system and as a social issues arbiter.

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them — Albert Einstein

Free Speech

Can political correctness kill?

Why has political correctness so aggressively being injected into legislative and judiciary and Executive agendas?

Free speech is a safety valve. Reducing our language of any possible offensive character is being engineered not to salve, but to createturmoil. Big state (your tax dollars) is manufacturing chaos and then big state (your tax dollars) is coming into legislate and police. Big state is setting the fire and then calls the fire department and becomes a hero.

Is #FightingForYou also #VictimizingYou

Is Trump Racist, Islamophobic, Misogynistic, Homophobic? Answer: No

  • People are being pounded into a mass media induced frenzy.
  • Reactions to Trump are visceral. That has been manufactured.

People need to talk and be compassionate to each other. People are not, yet, homogeneous twitter bots.

An uncomfortable discussion that knocks on the walls of a safe space can be frightening to some people. But, that person cowering in their safe space can also be a bully.

  • Women: Women that I have spoken to are not offended by Trump, he is anequal opportunity offender.
  • Transgender: Being the odd people person that I am, I asked atransgender person their thoughts on the subject and its periphery matters. She thinks it is a state issue. She is voting for Trump.
  • Islamophobia: The Obama administration has forcibly removed ‘Islamic Terrorism‘ and ‘Radical Islam‘ from our vernacular. We have lost very important qualitative and quantitative measures that can distinguish the ‘good’ from the ‘bad’. Without this evaluation how can we win a war on terror? Or, maybe that’s the point? Trump calling for a temporary ban on entry for Muslim immigration was an opening bid to a discussion. I know many Muslims very enthusiastically voting for Trump.

Refugee crisis and economic (illegal) immigration

Trump didn’t create the wars in South America or provoke Americanintervention in those countries. He didn’t draft, advocate or sign NAFTA, CAFTA which caused massive economic disruption. He is unmolested by the legacy of those issues. This gives him, and us, a chance to sincerely discuss very real issues.

Supreme Court

Both parties use this contrivance to lure straying voters and attach them to a cause. I don’t see any certainty that one side, left-wing or right, will produce a different outcome than any other. We are fortunate to have a very durable foundation.

Dodd-Frank and Banks that are too big

  • From the applause the Democrats gave themselves a person might think that Dodd Frank was useful legislation, it wasn’t. It didn’t solve any problems and managed to create new ones.
  • If you want to read a scary short story, this letter from the Fed to Jamie Dimon, Chairman of JP Morgan Chase — potential threat to “the financial stability of the United States.” (page 11)
  • Banks have to be ‘broken up’ and Trump is the only candidate who can take away their candy. David Stockman, cofounder of Blackstone, wrote this great piece, pls read: The Case For A Super Glass-Steagall

Trump foreign policy

“The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies, that we are always happy when old enemies become friends and when old friends become allies, that’s what we want. We want them to be our allies. We want the world to be — we want to bring peace to the world. Too much destruction out there, too many destructive weapons.”

Trump vs ______

  • The ‘job’ of the pundit, expert and intellectual is to preserve the status quo thru ‘any means necessary’. This includes ridicule, marginalization, outright lies. It is an exchange, the Government and/or its apparatus and American apparatchiks will give a person privilege, in exchange they must legitimize whatever absurdity is implicitly demanded of them.
  • Politic is a consumer item and ‘buyers’, the voters are deliberately being bombarded with crazy attacks on Trump. The intention is not to create an accurate, rational, narrative of Trump. The purpose is to continually ‘shock’ the voter. It is a tactic that George Soros has discussed as an economic theory. Soros: General Theory of Reflexivity

Miscellany incomplete thoughts

  • The mechanics of propaganda are bombarding every channel of distribution with an untrue and anachronistic view of our remarkable history, our people and the achievement of our Constitution. There has never been anything like it and it is being eroded, purposefully, by both sides. Each take turns pushing its envelope and each uses the Supreme Court to legitimize the Federal overreach.
  • If someone is interested in reading some well informed and wonderfully constructed examination of our political system, I would suggest starting with this brief read (pdf), the Anatomy of the State by Murray Rothbard.From this starting point work your way backwards or forwards in time, from Thucydides in ancient Greece to contemporary history.
  • Free college is a lie, because…College as a 4 year program is a lie. College is the cable TV bundle, why do I need to pay for all the channels if I only want ESPN?
  • ‘White privilege’ is a political tactic manufactured and promulgated to create conflict and increase violence. Politics is always about directing rage, the true culprit is not ‘white privilege’ but rather those who are the masters of the system, who are white. So ‘White privilege’ is meant to cast a too wide net, its target should be narrowed to the ‘1% privilege’, some of whom are white. Y’all dig? Please read this 1970’s radical treatise ‘Prairie Fire‘ by Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground. It is the architecture of much of the deliberate civil discord we are experiencing now.

President Trump

America needs a true leader, not just someone swathed in American iconography and reciting focus group certified slogans. We are anemotionally frail country. A generation of Americans have never known a country not at war, not in debt, not printing money. We have to get out of the state of wardom, spend our money on us and save for our future.

  • I believe Trump’s business failures and successes are precisely what makes him qualified.
  • The solution to creating more and better jobs is not more government, itsless.
  • As an employer, Trump understands how onerous the government and its compliance and regulatory structures have become. Washington has led anassault on business.

I am voting for Trump. Make America Great again.


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