The case against political correctness is not the case for Donald Trump

January 5, 2016

by Nick Novak

This column was originally published by The Washington Times.

Conservatives are fed up. I get it.

The administration of the last seven years has done everything in its power to move our country away from the constitution. President Obama has taken it upon himself to implement the policies he sees fit, whether or not the people’s representatives in Congress vote for them. And we have a group of politicians in Washington that care more about being politically correct than actually getting something done.

Because of this, a very large majority of voters believe our country is headed in the wrong direction. Some may even fear that America is no longer great.

Step in Donald J. Trump. In an era where every debate line is rehearsed for weeks, Mr. Trump seems like he could be a breath of fresh air. He says what’s on his mind. He isn’t afraid to offend anyone. He knows how to give a speech full of red meat.

And allegedly, he knows how to make America great again.

Here is the problem. He doesn’t know how to make America great again. The only thing he knows how to do is make Donald Trump great again.

The New Yorker is a media mastermind, and that is all. He knows how to get ratings, and he knows how to get Twitter followers — so do the Kardashians. That doesn’t mean they are qualified to be Commander in Chief.

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