Dear Mr. Trump – Now is the Time to Get Your Act Together!

Dear Mr. Trump:

Please understand that I plan to vote for you, but I am astounded with the really stupid things you have said in Tweets, TV, debates and interviews. To say that a judge will not adjudicate your case fairly because of his Mexican-American background is insulting of our intelligence as well as 50 million Hispanic Americans!

Where you claimed to have “…thousands of endorsements from graduates,” why not let it pay out and counter the attorneys who filed the class action with an “abuse of process” action and make some money?  They lost their one plaintiff when she turned out to be a nutcase!  You had them!

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In one respect I think you have the Latinos pegged right as 80% of those here are legal and the illegals are undercutting them.  They will never admit it to anyone or complain, such is their culture, but they will vote for you if you present yourself to them well instead of the way you are going about it.

My mother was from Mexico and were she alive today, and I home, I would putting up “VOTE TRUMP” signs in the yard and going down the street to offer them to anyone who would take one.  A more fierce American you have never seen than my late mother, but even she would want to correct your demeanor.

I honestly think you have been at the head of the boardroom table too long and had too many people kissing your butt so long your judgment is in question.  I do not think you have really stopped to define the job of President of the United States.  Much of it is promotion and pleading; not “Your fired!”

You should be talking about ideas like turning over health care to a national free market.  The problem is that we have 50 state insurance bureaus that are corrupt.  There are hundreds of companies selling health care, but only six can to business in California, for example.  They are the ones that paid off the executives of the state insurance bureau and they collude to gouge the people.

On that same tack:  You should call for an investigation, public hearings in both houses of Congress, legislation and sign the bill that comes through.

You should be talking about the power of the people when legislation is done that way; the way it was meant to be: open, debated and voted on in public.  You should be telling the people of the power they have in making their feelings known in the offices of Congress and how impressed they are to get thousands of letters with stamps on them and serious ideas expressed!  That is our power and it is your power too, but you seem not to know!

You should be talking about canceling the “Man in Space” program as it is a total waste and spend that money on oceanography.  We know more about the moon than we do the seas and see beds.  Every oil field of today was a seabed.  Is every seabed an oilfield?  I say “Yes” as the Woodward inventory of the world’s carbon came 30,000 gigatons short and the only place it could be is in the seas.  That is more low cost energy than we can ever use.  We can develop deep diving robot drillers that would return that wealth to us cheaper than what we have wasted killing 60 people to go into a vacuum because a Democrat said, “We don’t choose to go to the moon because it is easy.  We choose to go to the moon because it is hard!”  Pardon me while I vomit.

You should be exposing “Free Trade” for the fraud it has always been.  It has been a one-way street for cheap goods coming into America.  Japan, for example, has long had a 100% duty on American cars and any car coming into Japan had to be completely disassembled and re-assembled by their people before it could enter Japan.  Their cars come into America free!  Sir, that is not “free trade” that is, and has been, suicide for our car business.  Just imagine what it would be if all Japanese cars were kept out.

What we really need is a “trade mirror.”  When China charges a 100% duty on our frozen chickens and we have no duty on theirs we should change it overnight to equal theirs.

It is virtually certain that many of our elected ruling class people have been taking bribes from foreign export consortia and bureaus.  They probably set up foreign number accounts for our Senators and Representatives, turn them over to an intermediary to insure deniability and destroy another American industry.  Dare we call it treason and invoke appropriate penalties?

You should be campaigning to end all war by offering the major nuclear powers a consortium deal that they would jointly nuclear carpet bomb any nation that invades another or is found guilty of executing civil violence like “9/11” or the attacks seen in Paris.  This should be done outside the UN as it is now run by all the wrong, and corrupt, people.

Your major thrust should be a willingness to work with Congress while cleaning out the corruption in the process.  There are honest people there, but we need to “clean out the barn,” in the words of H. Ross Perot.

Again, I am voting for you, Mr. Trump, but you have got to get your act together as it is not now.


Adrian Vance

Adrian Vance is a writer and producer of educational films, filmstrips and audio programs with over 325 productions from script to screen. See a partial list of my credits at . And, have written for ten national magazines, been on the masthead of two as an Editor, done a dozen books and am an FCC licensed broadcaster with ten years of on-air experience in radio and television. See my blog, "The Two Minute Conservative" at where you will find over 3200 daily pieces, enough material to produce 25 novel length books.

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