I do not think I am the only one who feels disgruntled and disappointed with the Republican Party. Its leadership has changed it from the Grand Old Party (GOP).
Established 166 years ago, in 1854, this political party was founded to fight slavery. Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1861 as its first president and he abolished slavery just four years later.
The Republican Party has elected more presidents than the Democratic Party; with 19 presidents, including Donald Trump. This party is in control of the Presidency, the Senate, it has more governors than the Democrats (26), and it has more state legislatures (29) and the absolute majority in 21 states. In addition, five of the current nine justices on the Supreme Court of Justice have been nominated by Republican presidents.
And I wonder: What the heck have Republicans done with the power they have? Well, very little. Despite Republican hegemony in numbers, the Democrats are in command. They won the House only two years ago, and since then they seem to be the ones in charge of the government because of their leading role, aggressiveness, and political activism. I must admit that they made a lot of noise thanks to their allies, the media, without who they would be in deep trouble.
Every time I vote for a Republican, I do so expecting him/her to defend my rights.
When I vote for a Republican, I do so hopingly that he/she will represent the moral and ethical values that characterized the GOP.
And when I vote for a Republican, the least I expect is to be betrayed in my good faith.
There is no use in continuing to elect Republican candidates if they do not fight against the vile Democrats in defense of our rights.
It is useless to choose coward and fearful Republican candidates who hide under their seats to avoid any confrontation with their democratic adversaries.
It is of no use to us as we continue to pin our hopes on Republican candidates who end up betraying our cause and our values.
The list of inept, cowardly, and traitorous Republicans is long, so I won’t waste my time with it. Providentially, God has given us Trump, a determined warrior who is not afraid of leftist bastards or their tricks. He is the inspiration for those of us who vote for Republicans in every election. Without him, we will be hopeless.
I believe that the time has come for a change; it is time for the GOP to become a party adapted to the current situations we are living in, a responsive, dynamic, combatant, and young-blooded party. A party that decisively fights socialism/communism and that defends American values and our Christian faith.
I propose that the new "Trumpist Party" emerge from the ashes of the inoperative and obsolete GOP. A party modeled after the image and likeness of our current president, who gathers all the good things from the GOP and mixes it with all the good things Trump offers.
Trump would take the leadership of the new party after his second term. Then, this new party would elect Vice President Mike Pence by acclamation as a worthy successor to the presidency for the period 2028 - 2032.
Those in favor of adopting this resolution, say, aye!