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President Trump: Will He End The "Anything Goes" Movement In America?

Updated on November 13, 2016

In a move that astounded pundits everywhere but was no surprise to the grass roots people of this once mighty country, Donald Trump has been elected to the highest office in the land: President of the United States of America. In liberal households ranging from coast to coast (actually, those appear to be mainly on the coasts) people are wringing their hands and crying foul and wondering what the next four years will bring.

Will President Trump do what he promised to do? Will his threats to illegal aliens become policy? Will Muslims actually be verified prior to entering the country? Will a wall be built?

These and a thousand more questions will be answered, some with the country cheering and some with it sobbing. Time will tell.

We will begin with why the political arena was caught so off guard: they are so out of touch (as I've stated time and again here) that they could not, would not see a future without Clinton in power. The Liberal Media is so far left that it convinced itself it was right, er correct in assuming that the entire country thought as it did, that Trump was a buffoon and Clinton the new Teflon Don. To them, she was untouchable, insulated against any wrongdoing and the sheep (that's America at large) would go along with whatever they were told, acting like good little slaves and toeing the line all the way to the voting booths. Except we did not: we stood up and flipped a finger to the media, to the Democrats, to the Liberal movement that has run amok these past eight years, to the racial divide that has erupted, to the jobs leaving this country, to the "Anything Goes" feeling that has led this country to the point of ruin we currently stand at. Where a boy can "decide" he is a girl today and expect, no demand to be able to use the girl's bathroom that same day; where a girl can decide she is now a boy and do the same. To where a Babylon, a Sodom and Gomorrah-like atmosphere has developed in this country where nothing is taboo anymore, where rapists get off with sentences days long instead of years; to where heroin is on the rise to unprecedented levels.

This is the America we live in today. I hope you are proud of what you have done to it.

Obama, you will be leaving office with the largest increase to the National Debt in history. You will leave office with race crimes at their highest levels in fifty years. You will leave with jobs leaving this country hand over fist, filled by people in third and fourth world countries for pennies on the dollar yet with no decrease in cost to the customers here in this country only an increase in profits for the elite, most of whom seem to be Democrats themselves. You did your best to get Hillary to be able to follow you in office, thereby assuring yourself a place in history as being not the worst President in history but maybe the next worst.

I hope you are proud of what you accomplished.

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My hope, my prayer is that once Trump is in office he will be able to bring the Republicans in the House and Senate, which are the in the majority in both locations, in line and turn this country around. Maybe bring jobs back from overseas and put people here back to work. Maybe reduce the dependence of certain portions of America on handouts, welfare and free housing. Maybe even bring back a forgotten standard this country was founded upon: morals. Boys are boys, girls are girls; stay that way. I am not talking about adults, I am speaking of children and young teens who "decide" they are something other than they were born and demanding access to the opposite sex' bathroom at schools: why should four hundred girls adapt to having a boy in their locker rooms just because he wants to be there? And why should a school demand those four hundred girls accept him, HIM as one of their own and undress and shower in front of him?

Will he bring this country back to a point where we used to be with judges hard on crime like rape and murder; to where hard time meant hard time? To when a sentence meant you would go to jail, go directly to jail, do not pass go do not collect $200. To when lawyers were not allowed to stretch the meaning of what the Constitution meant when it was written, not what they want it to mean or how they interpret it to be.

Maybe the Media will learn from this and refrain from leaning so far to the left as they have for years. Perhaps, just perhaps they will learn from this, the total ignoring of a large portion of the country as they have for so long. I am sorry to have to tell you this Media but we in middle America and rural America do not want your filth and sordid behavior in our back yard. We do not want lives like the Kardasian's flaunted before us; we do not want to ignore our homeless here and welcome illegal aliens into our country then give them free healthcare, free education, free this and that without them making a single attempt to become legal.

And finally, we do not want you dictating to us any longer. Shut the hell up, report the news and stop trying to make it or be a part of it.

Watch the video below and think to yourself: nothing even remotely like this was on display after Obama was elected, nor would it have been if Clinton was. But with Trump being elected, this is if not common then at least not surprising. Does that tell you anything about the direction this country has gone over the past eight years? That this is on display alongside the riots should tell you the difference between the followers of the two parties. This has got to end.

I know the Democrat's are howling like never before today. I know Obama is worried beyond belief that his baby, Obamacare will cease to exist. He isn't worried that what he told us, what he sold it to us on wasn't true; that insurance providers are running for the hills and deserting his program thereby removing choices from the equation, leaving those on it with a single, extremely expensive option. To him, we are but cattle to be herded and sold for slaughter at his convenience; Hillary would have continued this process and probably even expanded upon it.

I can say it now: Thank God Trump was elected. We could not have endured four more years of Obama policies!

Of course, not everyone agrees with me, or the majority of those who cast the votes necessary to elect Trump. There are those who are now complaining, rioting or just losing their minds. Ranging from media giants to the everyday Joe in the streets, people are stunned, disbelieving or just plain out of control with grief, feeling that we have now reached the End of Days.

Of course, all hell may break loose and this country continues to decline but at least, in my opinion, we have a chance to break free from what we were bound by and rebound somewhat in the coming days and months. And now we will see if Clinton really was being sheltered from the FBI by the outgoing President, if she was up to her ears in illegal deeds involving the Clinton Foundation.

Time will tell. Good night America, and God Bless.

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      Old Poolman 10 months ago

      Austinstar - I could be wrong but it seems you are missing the purpose of the Electoral College. I too was dead set against it until I did some reading and learned why it was created and how it works.

      It really has nothing to do with making vote counting easier.

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      Austinstar 10 months ago from Somewhere in the universe

      OP, In this day and age of computers and vote counting, we don't need the electoral college anymore.

      There are so many things we don't need anymore. If only we could rid ourselves of government waste.

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      Lori Gross 10 months ago from Nashville

      Yeah. The Founding Fathers were stupid and the Constitution is a piece of trash. Got it.

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      Old Poolman 10 months ago

      They actually don't have a greater say. The number of electoral votes are based on actual population and adjusted up or down as the population changes.

      As weird as it sounds, the electoral college is really a fair way for all of America.

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      Wild Bill 10 months ago

      Ironically, I agree with Austin on this one. Getting rid of the electoral college and going by popular vote does not affect the states. It gives each citizens Vote more meaning. I am middle right politically and I would even make that suggestion because it would increase voter turnout. Right now we only get about half of eligible voters to the booths on a presidential election.

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      Austinstar 10 months ago from Somewhere in the universe

      Why should low population states have a greater say in the country?

      On person, one vote. That's the way it should be.

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      Lori Gross 10 months ago from Nashville

      Democracy has not been destroyed and we don't live in a democracy anyway. We live in a Republic. If there were no electoral college then low population states would have no say at all in who is elected president.

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      Old Poolman 10 months ago

      Your certainly entitled to your opinion. I liked some of the ideas Trump presented during the campaign but all we can do now is wait and see what happens.

      I will be happy if he is able to accomplish at least some of his goals.

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      Austinstar 10 months ago from Somewhere in the universe

      I don't have a choice about giving Trump a chance. Like I said, I really hope you will be happy.

      Democracy has been destroyed, but I hope everyone is happy!

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      Old Poolman 10 months ago

      Austinstar - I'm sure Trump was not your choice, but how about if we give him a chance to see what he can do? If he can't do the job there is another election in just four years.

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      Austinstar 10 months ago from Somewhere in the universe

      "Maybe bring jobs back from overseas and put people here back to work." - Good Luck with that.

      "Maybe reduce the dependence of certain portions of America on handouts, welfare and free housing." - Why are you using the words, 'maybe? Don't you believe in your candidate?

      "Maybe even bring back a forgotten standard this country was founded upon: morals." - Have you SEEN Melania? Have you heard the way Trump talks about "women and the little people"?

      "Will he bring this country back to a point where we used to be with judges hard on crime like rape and murder" - Will Trump pay off all the lawsuits against him? The ones for sexual assault and RICO crimes and labor disputes?

      Will you ever get over the popular vote that has cheated democracy out of FOUR presidents now?

      I really hope you will be happy, but I suspect you will just keep on whining and complaining. Have a great life.

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      Lori Gross 10 months ago from Nashville

      Good job. You've summed it up nicely. I am so sick and tired of all the special little snowflakes. Hopefully, we can turn things around now before we reach the point of no return.

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      Bill Holland 10 months ago from Olympia, WA

      Like with every other Presidential election, there is a whole lot of hope and a whole lot of angst. I suspect reality will fall somewhere in-between, my friend.

      Happy Monday, Mike!

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      Old Poolman 10 months ago

      Bravo I can't disagree with a single word in this hub. You nailed it.