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Problem Creator Clinton Vs. Problem Solver Trump

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Wherever Hillary Clinton goes, invariably scandal and all sorts of problems follow.
In her 24 years in the public eye, even her most loyal supporters have no answer for one critical question, “Name one thing that Mrs. Clinton has accomplished.”

Perhaps there is one.

That one accomplishment is that she has not been indicted ... yet.

Donald Trump is known as a multi-talented entrepreneur who has created an impressive real estate empire and a laundry list of other businesses.  Most successful, a few failures.

However you sum it up, it’s a world-class track record of success.

As Richard Branson said, (quoted recently in Forbes Magazine), “The best entrepreneurs always have been and always will be problem solvers.”

The question now before the voters is who will be best to lead the United States from this point forward.   The coming election for the President of the United States is about the future.

I have read over the Democratic Party Platform 2016 and the Republican Party Platform 2016 with the thought they would provide me a guide what Mrs. Clinton or Mr. Trump are telling us what they will do.

The Democratic Party Platform 2016 is troublesome. It reads more like an indictment of America and a declaration of war. Essentially, Bernie Sanders on steroids.

It takes little imagination to see that if Mrs. Clinton gets to carry out this platform that the country is in for an acceleration in class warfare and race hostilities. Mrs. Clinton wants to pour, metaphorically speaking, more fuel on the domestic fires already burning because of the accumulation of errant and destructive political policies of previous administrations.

To effectuate Mrs. Clinton’s party platform will require the creation of a socialist state dictated by Mrs. Clinton and her bevy of globalist cronies.

She embraces expanding already failed tax and spending policies that will further result in monstrous increases in governmental debt and staggering decreases in tax revenues.  The easily predictable consequent social dislocation effects and ensuing financial costs make for a frightening future.

Mrs. Clinton already suffers from a proven foreign policy record of creating chaos and failure. This platform just gives her additional opportunities to do even greater harm.

While the platform defends Islam and Muslims,  Mrs. Clinton’s support for Israel is limited to objecting to Irans’s failure to recognize the Holocaust. 

The Republican Platform 2016 is a blueprint for success. It rather accurately identifies the problems and issues undermining the social fabric, fiscal stability, sovereignty, and safety and security of the United States today. 

Unlike the Democrats, the Republican platform provides concrete ideas on how to solve the problems. It’s a 69-page document that goes into a lot of detail. I particularly enjoyed the parts advocating the repeal of FATCA and the unequivocal support for Israel.

Mr. Trump wants to re-build America bigger and stronger than its ever been.  His platform shows the way forward for the United States to become financially sound while providing equal opportunity to all. 

The theme that comes through is that Mr. Trump’s policies will be dictated by what is in the best interest of all the American people first. 

The Democratic and Republican Platforms for 2016 dramatically highlight the differences between the two major candidates for the United States Presidency.

What is the bottom line critical differences between Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Trump in the party platforms?

Mrs. Clinton stands for America last and is the perpetual problem creator.

Mr. Trump stands for America first and is the entrepreneurial problem solver.

Come November the voters will decide whether they want the political manifesto espoused by Mrs. Clinton or the building blueprint proposed  Mr. Trump.

Denis Kleinfeld is known as a strategic tax and wealth protection lawyer, widely published author and creative teacher. To read more of his articles, CLICK HERE NOW.

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