Michael Smith is an Australian radio host whose blog is filled with such items as, "Germany's Angela Merkel thanks everyone who's helped flood Germany with young unemployed Syrian men no matter what country they come from."
He invited listeners to listen to an hour of Donald Trump, as he did. He included a video of Trump speaking, and added:
Until recently I didn't know much about Donald Trump beyond the headlines and caricatures, so I've been reluctant to say anything about him.
I'm asking you to do what I've just done. I'd like you to spend an hour listening to Donald Trump talk about his plans for the United States of America, the country he loves. America needs fixing. Trump wants to fix it. If I was a headhunter looking at the field of applicants for the job of CEO of the United States, Trump would get the job. By a country mile.
I don't want one dimensional repetitious comments about Mr Trump on this thread. I'd love to hear your informed opinions once you've at least listened to the bloke for an hour. Let's talk about him once you've done that -- I can guarantee you'll be better informed about Trump than 90% of Australia's population and 100% of The Left who simply know better.
Trump is important because America is important. I love freedom, the rule of law, free markets, peace and democracy. America is a force for good in the world because it cherishes and promotes those concepts. The world needs a strong and well led America and Trump is a chance to take that job -- so we all have an interest in finding out about the man. I want to know about him and I hope you do too.Got that? "America is a force for good in the world because it cherishes and promotes those concepts."
The 21st century has gotten off to a bad start. America needs to get her act together, before our liberty is traded in for sharia law.
Baby Boomers had one job -- one job -- to pass on to our grandchildren the freedoms and rule of law that Michael Smith wrote about. And we are blowing it. We have to do better. We must. The world depends on us. Yes, nowhere in the Constitution does it say we have to bee the world's policeman -- but nowhere does it say we cannot be. We are who we are and it is time to stop shirking our duties.