Donald Trump’s slogan has been, “Make America Great Again.” That’s a good slogan. But here’s one that I’d also like to see, “Get Our Country Back.”
Here’s what I mean about “getting our country back” … before all the liberalism and political correctness infected it.
I feel very fortunate to have grown up in the ’50s and early ’60s, when these were the general norms:
(1) Romance was sweet and popular
(2) The true nature of a woman was respected
(3) Families were strong and intact
(4) God was publicly revered
(5) People were patriotic and loved their country
(6) People were civil and polite and respectful
(7) People were good workers and contributors
There is so much evil and dysfunction that liberals have caused to become a regular part of the culture that people seem to be blinded to it and have caved to an acceptance of it. But comparing it to the ’50s … well, there’s no comparison.
Proof of what I’m saying can be found by comparing the social statistics from the ’50s and now. Also, compare the music, movies and television shows, where they were also held to good moral standards by the Hays Code (which was taken over by the letter rating code in 1969). (You can see about all of that in my book The Plague Of Liberalism – mentioned below.)
All of those good things that I just listed made us feel a lot of love. Yes, there were things that needed to be improved. But unfortunately, the baby got thrown out with the bath water. Hopefully with the election this year, we can get some of those things back. And complaints about Trump and his few imperfections don’t matter in the more important overall mission to get liberals out of the government to the point that they have no control or influence anymore.
Like I said in my book The Plague Of Liberalism (www.ThePlagueOfLiberalism.com), liberals know that there is something wrong, they just don’t know what it is. And in the process of trying to ground that feeling, they have severely made things worse. To see what I mean, go to the video on my web page www.PeaceAndClarity.com where I spell out what truly is wrong.