Written By Bob Dahl:
Dateline: America, The United States, the USA, the Land of Disappearing Freedoms or by whatever handle you prefer to use, there is an air of uncertainty all around us based on which side of the fence you are sitting on. Many want to know who will be crowned the champion or winner of this race. Those that have kept the faith with Donald J. Trump know for certain what the outcome will be delivered on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
The name of Donald J. Trump will soon fill the name bracket for the 45th President of the United States. It will not be an easy win against Hillary Rodham Clinton his Democratic opponent. Like any prize winning recipe, it will call for a generous amount of both challenge and desire, a dash of whit, a measure of common sense, a hint of tenacity and a significant amount of determination.
Since the race for the presidency began, critics have questioned Mr. Trump’s lack of a political background and competence much less his faculty to handle the tenuous task of the presidency. Moreover, they have continually speculated on his ability to be successful. Jumping into the fracas literally to confuse and, in some cases, to intentionally mislead the public relative about Mr. Trump himself or on issues relative to his empire, has been the public media. Ironically, these outrageous attempts to discourage the public trust of Mr. Trump have only lead to reflect negatively on the media itself.
The Donald presently owns, or has controlling interest in 155 companies (which varies depending on his aspirations and investments). In his career as a real estate developer he has filed for bankruptcy only 4 times rather than the impression of many more times that the media has tried unsuccessfully to convince the public he has. Based on these figures, when calculated, represent a .025% percent loss, which is far less in the venture investment profession than most multiple holding real estate development corporations and far better than most of his competitors in the nation could only dream of. This is an outstanding accomplishment and the sign of someone who is willing to take a plan, put it into action, make it work and reach a goal.
In the final analysis, the one thing the media was not prepared for was the fact that Donald Trump thrives on negativity as part of his success strategy and has handled it as the professional that he is.
Bio of Bob Dahl:
Born in Chicago, retired military, retired teacher, published writer, been in the political arena since I was born, and am passionate about electing Donald Trump as our next President.