Comb Over Chaos: 5 Reasons To Support A Donald Trump Presidential Run

While it is obvious that a President Donald Trump would be an unmitigated disaster, a candidate Trump is something all conservatives should support.  Unconvinced?  Here are five reasons you should be monitoring his announcement on June 16th and cheering “Run Donald Run!” the entire time.

By Professor Liberty Mize, a contributing author of SHTFBlog

1.    He Has No Filter

Here is a guy who will call people out and lead personal attacks that the viable candidates can’t stomach.  This will help in Trump 4 Presidentvetting both the Republican field and Hillary.  This not only makes him entertaining (more on that later) but it also subtly shapes the narrative and discussion. His poking and prodding of the candidates will force them to clarify their stances and play defense as he attacks them in a way that a guarded candidate who actually wants to win simply can’t.

Do you remember H. Ross Perot?  He played this role perfectly in the lead up to the 1992 election.  He was an outsider who could poke fun at the status quo by taking potshots, delivering sound bites and getting under the skin of his opponents.  This shaped the discussion in that election and built the early framework for a viable third party– a framework that was later squandered, but provides a road map nonetheless.

2.    He’ll Raise Issues No One Else Will Touch

Who else wants to talk about our dysfunctional relationship with China, the scourge of ISIS or real entitlement and tort reform Trump 4 Presidentwith anything short of watered down non-solutions?  While most of this is hot air, at least he knows our warts and is willing to address them head on.  The rest of the field is content to work on incremental changes that they won’t implement and wouldn’t work if they did.


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For candidate Trump there are no sacred cows and he’s bringing everything to the table with fresh ideas.  No one else is as creative or able to think outside the box.  By hearing him out on those ideas, we can vet issues that are outside of the talking points of the republican safe zone “taxes, spending and support for small business.”

3.    He Will Engage The Electorate

You want an exhausted electorate to care about presidential politics again?  If so, Trump is just the ticket.  Despite working within the confines of the Republican Party, he’s a true insurgent candidate.  This resonates for an electorate that can’t pull their head out of their iPhones long enough to engage in thought about the country’s many problems.

Lindsay Graham having a take on unfunded pension obligations and the national debt is boring; Trump will find a way to be both incendiary and provocative.  Jane Q Public will have no choice but to pry her eyes away from the latest nude pics of Caitlin Jenner just long enough to force a little thought.   Trump will shine a light on anything and everything he thinks will get him a headline.  He’s all sizzle and no steak, a direct contrast to absolutely every other Republican candidate.

4.    He’ll Provide Pure Entertainment Value

We know that politicians are out of touch and rarely self-aware.  What better way to highlight this fact than to have the least Trump 4 Presidentself-aware man on the planet involved?  The pure sideshow aspect of the candidacy will make logging onto Drudge Report fun again, just to see what ham-fisted opinion he has on a cornucopia of previously inane subjects.


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Trump is the least well-liked Republican candidate among both democrats and Republicans.  A recent study indicates he has higher “no way I’d vote for him” numbers among the right than even Joe Biden does among the left.  This means the hyper-partisan lefty publications will highlight his gaffes and missteps only slightly more often than the hyper-partisan right.  That’s win-win from an entertainment perspective.

5.    He Could Expose The Republican Machine

Lastly is probably the most important consideration of all.  A Trump candidacy would highlight the dirty laundry of the Trump 4 PresidentRepublican establishment.  A once grand party has evolved from a glorious coalition of neocons, fiscal and social conservatives into a loose conglomeration of empty suits who govern as watered-down Democrats.

Trump highlights this so well because he embodies the worst of their flaws.  Today there is only one wing of the party—Big Business.  In a word– Trump.  The Republicans are content to ignore the social issues, and govern by growing the government slightly slower than their Democrat partners, all while running deficits to do it.  Too many people don’t see this.  But The Donald will highlight the Achilles heel of the party and force longtime republicans to finally see what it has become—a complete steaming pile that is truly beyond repair.

For these reasons, today I ask for your unwavering support for Donald Trump in every possible way.  Support him, nourish his candidacy, urge him to take his fight to Washington.  Do everything in your power to support his campaign—just don’t under any circumstances actually vote for him.

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21 comments… add one
  • Anonymous June 13, 2015, 12:23 am

    And he’ll had the white house to Hillary.

    Can’t tell if you think that’s a bad thing. Help me out.

    • Anonymous August 12, 2015, 9:43 am

      Go Donald! He’ll wins!!!

    • Anonymous August 12, 2015, 9:59 am


  • Professor Mize June 13, 2015, 9:35 am

    Candidate Trump will never get out of the primary. Too many negatives, too much of a loose cannon. My hope is that his participation helps flesh out the field and a real candidate emerges. Regardless we get a little entertainment value along the way.

    As for Hillary, I see a clear path to the D’s nomination, but wouldn’t bet on her in a general election. I think Hillary on the ticket can only help conservatives. She has no record, a bad temper and would implode in a debate with someone like Cruz.

    Bottom line -stay tuned. And doing so gets a lot more interesting with Trump involved.

  • Anonymous June 13, 2015, 9:58 am


    I am all for giving the GOP an enema of Trump proportions, but the volume of Rick Perry moments from all involved will be a truckload of sound bites for the dems to blanket the airwaves three layers deep.

    Trump will just pull back them curtain, well rather set it on fire. But without a better plan the bloody stump of a candidate that crawls away from the trump train wreck will just get kicked in the teeth by Hillary.

    The Donald has a way of making others sound dumb. After he has his way with all of them, the younger generation will be so disillusioned with the repubs that they will vote for Siri.

  • John Holmes June 13, 2015, 12:12 pm

    Gotta love Trump’s “Tell Like It Is” attitude. I actually would love to see a true business man like Trump or Romney run this country. I am tired of lawyers and community organizers make the decisions that affect us all. Also, I will vote for anyone that does not have the last name “Bush” or “Clinton” – no more dynasties. My personal favorite is Rand Paul.

  • Candy Samples June 13, 2015, 1:10 pm

    Exactly which virtues does Donald Trump possess that are American?

    Turn the presidential race into Comedy Central. What could possibly go wrong?

  • irishdutchuncle June 15, 2015, 1:00 am

    prepare now,
    like it’s 2021, and Hillary is poised to begin her second term.

  • Professor Mize June 16, 2015, 11:43 am

    Looks like it’s GAME ON!

    • Anonymous June 16, 2015, 3:39 pm

      Or game over.

  • BamaMan June 16, 2015, 6:15 pm

    Voters have shown a lack of desire to elect the older or older looking candidate since Clinton took Bush (albeit Perot splitting votes). So I think Hillary is beatable in the primary or election, just not by Donald Trump.

    • lance June 21, 2015, 12:57 am

      How do you feel about Ben Carson? Haven’t seen him mentioned here and I trust him more than any other politician because he’s not a politician he’s a surgeon but like Donald trump he’s not afraid to call people out…
      He called Obama out at the national prayers breakfast I believe… but anyone’s better than Hillary Clinton!!

  • Anonomous June 16, 2015, 10:19 pm

    Trump has accomplished more than obama can dream of. There are worse choices than Donald Trump though certainly not my 1st choice.

    The real question in my mind is will deal leader be stepping down?? Or are we going to see a 3rd and 4th and 5th obama terms??

    • lance June 21, 2015, 1:00 am

      If Obama serves any more terms I hate to say it but we will have a revolution…

  • Pineslayer June 16, 2015, 11:47 pm

    Just got done watching Trump’s stump. I liked it.

    I’m not a fan, but he sounded like a pissed off citizen. He patted himself on the back a little too much.

    Dream Team, Paul and Trump ? All the others need to look in the mirror and ask themselves, ” Who do I serve?’

    I’m still in Johnson’s corner.

  • Rob July 9, 2015, 10:44 pm

    I think Trump would make a great president, and I’ve never said that about anybody. Unfortunately, I still believe that TPTB, “select” and even groom whoever they want to be president. It still remains to be seen, if there will even be another “election”.

  • Stece July 13, 2015, 9:25 pm

    Let’s see…..which of these larger than life people never could grt elected? A Hollyood actor that became a governor and a two term president (the cowboy); a Hollywood actor that became a governor (the Terminator, a wrestler that became a govermor, a SNL comedian/writet that became a US Senator, a spaghetti western hero that becsme a mayor as did Mr. I Got You Babe and others.
    Don’t be so quick to sell the Donald short. Money talks- BS walks. Thereon lies the bittom line. Owing to no one a running an $8 Billion empite ain’t what I call a sideshow.

    • Too Sad August 10, 2015, 9:44 pm

      In Italy and in San Fran, a lady of the night was very nearly elected to political office. No matter who is elected, the people are going to get screwed. Might as well be by a professional.

  • SoCalPal August 22, 2015, 6:30 pm

    I watched him on the I-Net last time when he was speaking in Mobile, AL. Donald is right on the mark and he ain’t afraid to step on any toes.
    Finally….Someone with a spine to take on Washington’s power elite!
    Heck…I’m ready to vote right now!

    • lance September 16, 2015, 11:46 pm

      What part of don’t under any circumstance actually vote for him did you not understand???

  • Robert Oglesbee August 29, 2015, 2:49 am

    So what’s to stop the Republicans from pulling a Kennedy conspiracy out of the deal and take Trump’s head off with a .308 before the first primary vote… Bush would pretend to be shocked and bored at the same time as the fingers would point to the democrats, while Rubio will denounce the entrenched political elite…. Personally I don’t think Hilliary will even be an issue at that point, and Biden will be the candidate unless Obama pardons hilliary for her “minor breeches of etiquette”


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