Quick Reminder For GOP Candidates: RINOs Need Not Apply

Written by Candace Hardin on January 3, 2019

The 2016 election saw around 60 million people voting for Donald J. Trump for President.

All of his rallies show huge arenas packed cheek by jowl with supporters, as well as an equally large crowd of enthusiasts outside of the building, watching screens set up for these people’s viewing of the President and to hear his speech.

Voters turned out in record numbers to keep support for the current administration in the midterm elections, gaining seats in the Senate, and only losing a few in Congress.

Unfortunately, the few gained seats in Congress caused a majority for Democrats, but, this administration lost the least amount of seats in either house during a midterm election in about one hundred years.

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It is obvious that President Trump has a good base of support with the people.

There will be new people in Congress and the Senate.

One of those people will be Senator Mitt Romney, supposed Republican of Utah, also known as Miss Also Ran in 2012.

He was a real wuss with Barack Obama, preferring not to hit hard on the shortcomings of his opposition, pussyfooting around and being polite. This caused him to lose his presidential bid, and be a loser. By refusing to be tough, he let everyone who pinned their hopes on him down.

Romney feels that the President has not risen to the mantle of the presidency, and so he writes a scathing op-ed to call him out on his job performance.

Exactly where does Loser Romney get off advising the first hard-hitting, fight for the American People President we have had in a long time on how to act and represent the United States?

The Democrats and the media are enough of an obstruction and a sideshow for this administration to fight through without RINOs jumping on the bandwagon and selling out their party because they “disapprove” of the President.

This was the exact reason so many of them retired this year. They were too wimpy and sheep like to stand up for those they were supposed to represent. They didn’t want to lose their “in crowd” card by taking the path less traveled and giving the popular kids any push back.

Romney’s op-ed was so unpopular, even his own niece had to disavow it. RNC Chairperson, Rhonna Romney McDaniel, felt that this kind of rhetoric from a freshman senator was “disappointing and unproductive.”

The People sent Donald J. Trump to the White House. He is in line with their agenda.

Those Republicans who were voted into office have a DUTY to their constituents.

They have not been sent to work against the President.

There was always been plenty of that kind of obstruction.

The People want border security.

The People want America First, first in prosperity, jobs, and benefits for the people here at home.

The People want to stop being the policemen of the world. The US cannot continue to project values and morality upon those who have no interest in changing whatever it is that is ruining their own country.

The People do not want to turn our country into the place immigrants found so odious that they were compelled to leave it, neither do the People want to foot the bill for the protection of the world.

It is time for the elected officials to use their head for something besides a hat rack and their ears for listening.

The reason Trump is in the presidency is BECAUSE THE PEOPLE PUT HIM THERE!!!!!!

Remember who you work for and to whom you are beholden.

Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on PolitiChicks.tv. and has a blog, kandisays.blogspot.com. Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.

 

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