The RTM Making a Difference
I began blogging during the 2015 campaign season and throughout the Trump administration and into the Biden presidency and you might be surprised at the responses I’ve received.
Some are congratulatory in nature, while others were not so impressed, and that’s okay.
I tend to write about events, people, places, politics and religion that stir my soul or tickle my imagination or both, as I attempt to chronicle current events to encapsulate both the good and the bad.
Case in point – Donald J. Trump, successful businessman turned reluctant politician
I wrote about this man who dared to believe that God wanted him to be President, yet stepped out in faith and against all odds on January 20th, 2017 became the 45th POTUS.
Many thought he was crazy because he did some totally unexpected things.
He challenged Congress to fulfill their duties as the legislative body, fix broken laws, and create new ones that would make our country great again.
He actually thought that securing our southern border with Mexico was in the national interests of the United States.
He thought making America great and strong again would enable us to help ourselves first and other people better.
He created another branch of the military and called it the United States Space Force, while others called it farfetched and unnecessary.
He moved the United States Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem when others said it couldn’t be done.
He was instrumental in the signing of the Abraham Accords, bringing together middle eastern nations, some for the first time in history.
He canceled international agreements that were against the interests of the United States.
He implemented tariffs to offset United States trade imbalances.
He made it plain to our enemies that we would seriously counter any and all threats to our nation or to our allies.
He made it plain to NATO and our allies that we would stand firmly beside them so long as other nations paid their fair share of the military expense.
When the Chinese virus struck our nation and the world, he mobilized government and private industry to identify problem areas and bring workable solutions from the table to fruition.
He battled a democratically controlled misinformation campaign, acts of resistance and a very active insurrection by sitting members of Congress with aims to curtail his presidency by any means necessary.
I’ve been asked why I go to such lengths to defend this scoundrel of man who is nothing more than a liar and a cheat.
I am reminded of what Jesus said in John 8:7, “He who is without sin cast the first stone.”
It’s easy to rout for the underdog and in the case of American Politics vs President Trump clearly there is an underdog.
“It’s a very imperfect world, and you can’t always choose your friends. That’s life. But you can never fail to recognize your enemies.” – President Donald J. Trump
As President he fought for the very soul of our nation, declaring boldly “We bow only to Almighty God”.
My answer is simple, if not me, then who?
Where is your line in the sand? –