DEAR MR. TRUMP:

4 05 2011

I know you don’t know me, but I sure know a lot about you.  If I didn’t, the media would tell me anyway.  I just want you to know that so far – so far, I am in your corner.  I am pushing for you to become President of these United States of America.  It’s about time someone with some backbone became President.  I am so tired of politics as usual with the non-stop meetings and the attitude of never accomplishing anything.  You are the only person in all that field of supposed hopefuls who has the guts to stand up and say what needs to be said.

Now, don’t get me wrong.  I didn’t care much for the curse words you said the other day and you need to make sure you don’t make that mistake again.   After all, you are talking to mothers who are telling their sons not to talk that way.  So you’re going to have to get used to setting a good example for all of us.  How else are we going to be able to tell our sons that they can grow up to be like you.

And, I don’t care much for some of your background like the numerous marriages, but I understand or try to understand that sometimes people have problems and it is really none of my business.  Best I can understand, you have been a good father to your children and I always appreciate that.

I really like how you have been able to handle your financial affairs.  I know that others might laugh about that one and say – after all, he has gone bankrupt.  But in my opinion, if you can go bankrupt for millions of dollars at a time and then be able to pull out of that and make a profit, well, then you must know something about money that most of us don’t know.  I mean, if I was half million dollars in the hole and pulled that out and then could brag about having more money than that – well, then that is real monetary experience and I respect that.  That would mean that maybe, just maybe you could pull us out of debt in this country  Most people have no experience working with big money figures.  I know I sure don’t.  But since you have this previous experience, you KNOW what you are doing with it, no matter how much it is.  So maybe you wouldn’t need a thousand or more advisors who could tell you what little they know  Instead, you would know how to do this every day, all day long.  Hooray!  That in itself is a great asset.

And then to add to that, you also have the ability to step up to the mike and say what you think.  Most of the other candidate hopefuls don’t dare do that.   They are afraid they will lose a vote or two.  Not you. You say it straight out without any hesitation.  That would mean you could tell those trouble makers of the world to ‘get over it’ and get on with life. And then maybe, we could all get on with our lives.  Maybe we wouldn’t have to listen to all those who tell us what is wrong with this country when they are what is wrong with this country anyway.

I think the biggest asset you could bring us besides the monetary policies and the fact that you tell it like it is, is the fact that you have this charisma that says to everyone around – this is it.  We are going to do it right beginning right now!  Hooray again!

I note that the media is really after you most of the time.  You know this is because they think you might really have a chance.   And that scares them bad.  They want  someone they can tell how to talk and how to act and how to run our government.  And you just ain’t that one.  So that explains all the crude cartoons, the smart aleck remarks and the absolute statements that you cannot possibly win and should just go on home.

All of this makes me want to vote for you because it is ‘them’ I am sick of.  It is ‘them’ I am tired of hearing whine and complain about this wonderful country of ours.  And this is what they seem to do all the time.  Nothing right.  Everything wrong.  Not so.   This is a wonderful country and ‘they’ just need to get up, get out, get a job, and stop griping and complaining.

As I said, I am in your corner.  Don’t goof it up.    Thanks.

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