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Your Views: Trump speech signals nation’s return to the Constitution

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

I am so proud of Donald Trump for his brilliant speech at the U.N. General Assembly. He focused on strength and sovereignty and gave special credence to our invaluable U.S. Constitution. I feel like we finally have adult leadership, controlled by no establishment types, special interest groups or any other entity that would detract us from our goals.

I’m also thankful for the silent majority who recognized someone with courage to confront the real issues such as immigration and climate change with logic and wisdom and not emotion. This is the first time the U.N. showed any credibility because our president was telling it like it is with tough talk on terrorism and hard lines on rogue nations.

This nation is a republic which calls itself a democracy and acts like an empire, but if Trump embraces the Constitution more than the U.N., we will go back to being a constitutional republic, completely sovereign and greater than ever. We must depart from the status quo that was hatched and nurtured by U.S. strategists after World War II. George Washington advised “peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”

Trump’s victory was no accident.

I believe that much of the left felt Hillary Clinton untrustworthy and soulless. Even Judas Iscariot had remorse. Not Hillary.

There is a God. Hillary lost, and hopefully 1984 is a little further down the road.

KIM OLSON

Janesville



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