I heard Rush on the radio a few days back playing the clip of Clinton suggesting that this nation needs someone to care for them again.  A comic here plays the same theme.  It hearkens back to the election where some voter didn’t believe in adulthood and requested the the impeached so-in-so be a father.  Anyways, I would be happy to have a president who knew the rule of law.  I would be happy to have a president who believed – by actions – that “shall not be” means something.  I would be happy to have a president who required responsibility – individual – and promoted policies advocating the same.  I would be happy to have a president who knew that a border was an absolute requirement for maintenance of a country.  I would be happy to have a president who knew that every country had blots in their history and ours was a history in which one could have pride.  I would be happy to have a president who understood that there was a 10th amendment meaning that states had responsibility and were not simply agencies to fulfill federal mandates.  I would be happy to have a president who reduced the unelected bureaucracy to return power back to the states and people from whom these bureaucracies have stolen it.  I would be happy to have a president who didn’t apologize for our country when abroad.  I would be happy to have a president who stood erect in the presence of other world dignitaries, who represent repressive regimes by the way.  I would be happy to have a president who stands by our allies and doesn’t insult their gestures of good will.  I would be happy to have a president who understood that energy produces good products when in the hands of productive individuals.  I would be happy to have a president who understood that muslims have no good will for this country.  I would be happy to have a president who understood that socialism is a threat to the prosperity of this people.  I would be happy to have a president who understood that welfare steals the soul of the individual and has a history of destroying families.  I would be happy to have a president who understood the family is the basic unit of society and needs support, not derision.  I would be happy to have a president who understood the safety of this country lies on the backs of men and women committing their lives to a cause greater than themselves, who deserve to be treated with respect, not used as a social petri dish.

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