Friday, November 11, 2016

New Day in America

Welcome friends. It is a new day in America. As I said yesterday my vote was a protest vote against Crooked Hilary/Obama ill policy, which destroyed our relative peaceful world, from Africa, to Middle east, east Europe, and Asia. The warmongers had no solutions for the aftermath of destruction, massive upheavals they have created around the world. It was a protest to restore America's credibility here, aboard.

It is to make America great again after so many years of decadent moral policies. It is to bring back jobs for the working families who have been working hard but earned not enough money to feed the families. It is a vote against military industrial complex waste of trillion dollars on wars that have ruined our economy. It is a vote to create, rebuild America’s dilapidated infrastructures, and bring jobs home. It is a vote to restore America greatness in science, technology, commerce.

 And we have proved it to pundits, bandits today, that we have taken our country back to restore hope, prosperity for the many. And our votes proved it, alerted the few crooked establishments, that history has been rewritten, for good of the country. Through our president Donald Trump we are going to empower the poverty trapped broad masses of the American people, restored hopes, rekindle broken spirits, we shall be prosperous again.  Again the people have spoken clear, loud last night, said enough is enough, have taken stolen sovereignty back into their hands. America is going to be great again, no more wishy-washy.

As election concluded some people still shed tears, moaning, protesting, not settled with election verdicts. I think they had to come term with the loss of election results, move on. Even one do not like the outcome, there’s nothing one can do right now. One couldn’t rewind back the history of election triumphalism. It is done, over. If I were one of them I would just relax, wait four years till another election. Or move to another country, stay there for four years and come back later. Peace! Peace!



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