Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Only Days In Office And Trump Destroys...






Only Days In Office and Trump DESTROYS Years Of Bad Policy -Nate Pilate




I paced back and forth in my backyard sipping my 5th cup of coffee smoking a cigarette on the first sunny day in San Francisco I've seen in a while. I was deep in thought trying to figure out the source of this feeling. I've been feeling unusually great lately; colors seem to be more vivid, my thoughts have even more clarity than usual, a new bounce added to my sleek and utterly stylish stride (I'm talkin' Saturday Night Fever stride stylish, soundtrack included). I've been imbued with some new exuberant energy... maybe not new, but reminding me of something I've always believed: nothing is out of reach, everything can be attained. Then it hit me: the reason I've been feeling so incredible - DONALD J. TRUMP IS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES! I began to think about how many times in the past year I had hoped to be able to say that - for four days now I've checked myself when I get pissed off: "Dude, Trump is President. Everything is okay." That's right! Then I began to theorize: "How could Donald J. Trump have such an effect on me and so many I know? Why do we all seem to have this feeling of excellence? What if Donald J. Trump isn't even a person? What if Anthony Robbins created Donald J. Trump in his lab as a personal development delivery drone..."



My insane and unproductive thoughts were interrupted when my phone rang - my ringtone is invasive and obnoxious enough to throw off anyone's train of thought when theorizing about the unnatural origins of Donald Trump ... It was my sister! I had to answer, as I hadn't talked to her for a while. A few months ago, she gave birth to my beautiful niece - a good looking and hyper-intelligent addition to my already overly good-looking and hyper-intelligent family. She was yelling something I couldn't quite make out; she was on the road and it was very hard to hear what she was saying. After a couple back and forths of "Can you hear me now? Good!" I could finally make it out through what sounded like her first skydiving jump: "MAGA! MAAAAGGAAAAA!" Ah, music to my ears and the best words of encouragement a brother can hear from his sister. No sister of mine would be yelling "I'm With Her! Hillary 2016!" If that were the case, she would be added to the DO NOT ANSWER, EXILED FAMILY file on my contacts list. MAGA indeed!







The Presidential Race and victory for Donald J. Trump has been a source of constant inspiration and excitement for my inner circle of family and friends, even my clients which are exclusively business owners. I laughed heartily and drank whiskey while shining guns with my best friend from childhood during the debates. I created, collected and viewed some of the dankest pro-Trump memes with my 14-year-old little brother. I high-fived my Mom every time Trump tripped up Hillary on her numerous scandals. One of my best friends, Jon Arpon AKA Jon The Mortgage banker and I plotted and schemed on our daily conference calls to devise new ways to spread our Pro-Trump agenda to the unwitting masses on social media. I even heard from my clients their real-world fears about a Hillary win, and a Donald Trump loss. It's been fun to find other secretive Trump supporters in the most shadowy corners of a bar in San Francisco and quietly talk of our excitement for his presidency, only to voice it openly and shout down the naysayers (and yes, some fights) after getting a few too many drinks in. Overall, it has been the only presidential campaign I've cared about enough to take any sort of active role in or openly support.



Through the many months of fun and excitement, we now get to see our President make good on the promises of his campaign. In this article, we will take a look at his noteworthy acts only days into his presidency. First, let's talk about...



The Left's Response To Trump's Victory




On inauguration day, we saw more of what has become the default knee-jerk reaction from the left; riots.  Since the election, we have become used to seeing mobs of leftist "protesters" blocking traffic, waving signs proudly displaying their lack of understanding in regard to Trump's policies, and openly attacking (in some cases burning down churches and campaign offices) Trump supporters. I say "The Left" to make a distinction between Leftists and Liberals. Plenty of peaceful Liberals showed up to protest Donald Trump - they had signs voicing their opinions and concerns, they were receptive to questions and willing to speak to the media: good show, lads - no problem here. This is an action proper to discourse - PEACEFUL, non-violent protest.







However, Leftists took the opportunity to incite acts of violence, vandalism, and property damage. They flew the flags of anarchy, socialism, and communism. They wore all black and were pre-fitted with black masks and ski goggles in anticipation of being maced/gassed by police. They broke the windows of businesses, lit limos on fire, attacked (from behind) Trump supporters -  they were rounded up by the hundreds (totaling 217) and are now facing felony rioting charges punishable by up to 10 years in prison. 







I don't care who you are or whether or not you disagree with my ideas or Trump's policies: if you initiate violence you are a criminal and you should be met with violence either at the hands of the person defending themselves from your attack or by the police, which will then take you into custody. There is no defense to be made for those that wish to impose by force their beliefs or agendas on other people, these people are FASCISTS - under the true definition (political violence being justifiable means), not the corrupted definition a leftist would use to describe Donald Trump.


President Trump Acts!



The following is a list of Executive Orders passed by President Trump thus far, as summarized by FoxNews.


Obamacare



An order that directs federal agencies to ease the “regulatory burdens” of ObamaCare. It orders agencies to “waive, defer, grant exemptions from, or delay the implementation of any provision or requirement” of ObamaCare that imposes a “fiscal burden on any State or a cost, fee, tax, penalty, or regulatory burden on individuals, families, healthcare providers, health insurers, patients, recipients of healthcare services, purchasers of health insurance, or makers of medical devices, products, or medications.”
TPP Withdrawal


He signed a notice that the U.S. will begin withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Trump called the order "a great thing for the American worker."


Ends Funding For International Abortion Counseling




An order to reinstate the so-called "Mexico City Policy" – a ban on federal funds to international groups that perform abortions or lobby to legalize or promote abortion. The policy was instituted in 1984 by President Reagan, but has gone into and out of effect depending on the party in power in the White House.


Freeze To Federal Hiring (Except Military)



An order imposing a hiring freeze for some federal government workers as a way to shrink the size of government. This excludes the military, as Trump noted at the signing.


Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipeline








Two orders reviving the Keystone XL pipeline and Dakota Access pipelines. He also signed three other related orders that would: expedite the environmental permitting process for infrastructure projects related to the pipelines; direct the Commerce Department to streamline the manufacturing permitting process; and give the Commerce Department 180 days to maximize the use of U.S. steel in the pipeline.



America Back On The Rise




My sister mentioned something that I've felt for a while about the Trump Presidency, and idea very prevalent in his Inaugural Address: she said, "Make America Great Again is about making ourselves great again - the individual." To which I immediately thought: "Very insightful, wise sister - wouldn't it be a shame if I stole your quote and acted as if I thought of it?" But in the end, I have to give credit where credit is due. As someone very heavily engaged in constant personal development, "Make America Great Again" is a very sobering mantra - it suggests that America somewhere along the path has fallen short of the standard it set for itself, yet is perfectly capable of redemption; this is how I often view myself. To suggest "America is already great" is to suggest that there is no work to be done - we only need to look to Chicago, Flint and Detroit to determine that our work is ahead of us. 



American Exceptionalism is back on the rise - Donald Trump is on a mission to give power back to the American People. For my circle and I, patriotism has always been badass - yet it's great to see more people taking pride in what America is: the greatest country in the history of mankind.




As an Objectivist and Capitalist, individual liberty is of the highest importance, and it is extremely exciting to see a president (for the first time in my life) that believes in people enough to do what is right: get the hell out of our way. The only job of the government is to protect our rights and our borders - they have no business whatsoever meddling in the market's decisions on healthcare, business, education, etc. If our government is large enough to invade these aspects of our lives, then our government's size needs to be decreased, simple as that. I don't expect to see a decrease in the size of government during this presidency to satisfy a Libertarian or even an Objectivist for that matter, but I believe we are moving in the right direction. 



Rest well, America - we've got a great eight years ahead of us. MAGA!






Nate Pilate is a professional salesman, small business owner, and internet troll donating his spare time to debating and hurting the feelings of Commies, Collectivists and the overall LEFT....
















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13 comments :

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    Trump has flipped his view on mass deportation, visas for high-skilled workers, the Iraq War, the Libya intervention, deposing Hosni Mubarak, Syrian refugees, fighting ISIS, NATO, nuclear proliferation, banning all Muslims, abortion, the minimum wage, Obamacare mandates, gun control, taxing the wealthy, releasing his tax returns, his party affiliation, his views on Ronald Reagan (from a “con man” to the president he admires most), Bill Clinton (from his sexual predatory habits being “totally unimportant” to him being “the worst abuser of women in history of politics”), Hillary Clinton (from “probably above and beyond everybody else” as secretary of state to “the worst secretary of state in the history of the United States”), and Barack Obama (from “doing great” as president to being “probably the worst president in the history of our country”). And this is only a partial list.

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