Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Who’s the Winner; David or Goliath?

“We’ve staked our future on our ability to follow the Ten Commandments with all our heart.”
James Madison

Matt Walsh has it right. Read his piece, “Dear Trump Fan, So You Want Someone To ‘Tell It Like It Is’? OK, Here You Go.” He has effectively put his finger on the pulse of Americans and their politics. Trump fans, read his piece carefully, fully and with an open mind. Americans are great because we have grown great based of our values and principles. Understand what these are. The question of the hour in this political season is this: Who’s the winner, David or Goliath and why? We the People need to make this choice.

Mr. Walsh has effectually painted a picture of Donald Trump that I will tag as Goliath in this analogy. Bigger than life, loud, inconsequential boaster, but the only voice noted because of this. Donald is not afraid, sees he has everyone’s attention and tells them the truth as he sees it even when he has to lie to do it. He has the goals in sight, screams them vociferously over the valley to all challengers asking to prove him wrong, even though he gives no directions how to achieve anything.  Goliath is not afraid but that does not mean he is right.

Now I will insert the David in this correlation. In most ways he is the opposite of Trump. Not the vision, only the honest way to accomplish it. Dr. Ben Carson lives the values that Donald pretends, stands strong and fearless without bulling and bragging. Now David and Goliath are face to face. One will fall. We The People are Ben Carson’s sling and stone. Trump fans are Goliath’s watching minions. Or they could be We the People if they accurately believe the true outsider stands fearless, sling in hand, against forces leading our nation astray.  Support Ben Carson, the real outsider with answers to Heal, Inspire and Revive.

“For my part, I sincerely esteem the Constitution, a system which without the finger of God, never could have been suggested and agreed upon by such a diversity
of interests.”
Alexander Hamilton

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