Donald Trump takes command, and “Empty talk is over.”

donald_trump_official_portraitThe 45th US President of these United States, Donald J. Trump, has assumed his position of leadership for America, and there are already signs that our long American malaise may finally be lifting.


It all ended today.


As protesters and malcontents wailed in the streets and smashed windows in the streets of Washington DC, they did so because they realized their time has passed.  They finally had to come to terms with the realization that it’s not just about them. It’s about all of us.


We’re done with the patronization. We’re done with the pampering. Dad has finally come up to their room and said, son, it’s time to go to work.


The economic furnace that has been our nation will no longer sit cold and idle. As idle as the men who made America great through their labor were forced to be idle, while politicians dickered over how they’ll be able to find jobs in the new solar or wind economy. While these people’s families starved and went without.


President Trump began his administration with words of hope for a renewed America, free of the shackles that held it back. No more will we reject the notion of American exceptionalism.


“The American Carnage stops here and now.”


When Donald Trump uttered those words, he was speaking for those of us frustrated that the dreams we held for our children were slowly robbed from them by the red tape of regulation and the shackles of poverty, fueled by a government who wanted to raise up the poor by lowering us all.


The long eight-year winter of our nation is over. Eight years of increasing community unrest. Eight years of our resources for growth being strangled and stymied at the call of special interest groups. Eight years of unprecedented growth in government programs, creating a new generation of those dependent upon others. And eight years of treating one of our most trusted allies in the most turbulent part of the world – Israel – as an enemy.


We’re done with all of that. And today is a brand new day.


Our organization, Rushmore PAC, liked a lot of what we heard today. Similar to our new  president, we holds core values of energy independence, peace through strength, and balancing our budget


Donald Trump announced to the country that we will bolster our infrastructure. We will rebuild our country with American hands and American labor.  We will be a strong economy, and we will lead the world.


As Trump noted to the country today

“We stand at the birth of a new millennium, ready to unlock the mysteries of space, to free the Earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow.


A new national pride will stir our souls, lift our sights, and heal our divisions.


Your voice, your hopes, and your dreams, will define our American destiny. And your courage and goodness and love will forever guide us along the way.


Together, We Will Make America Strong Again

It’s a good way to start an administration.

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