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Trump hit all the hot buttons about our economic and social crisis when he announced this candidacy. No matter what happens, this is now a historical event. Finally, someone tells it like is. I certainly hope and pray he changes the course of history. Free trade economics has
failed. The major news channels stay quiet. With President Obama having to bail out the process and having to borrow trillions of dollars from the future to do it, he confirmed free trade economics being a ponzi scheme. And all the good conservative big money interests, financial
communities and Wall Street now take part in this ponzi scheme.

The last several popes say we must find a new economic system. Raw Capitalism is a sin. I call free trade economics a structural sin against all in society. Trump is more for the common good for all in society than any other candidate. It did not have to end up this way but
the globalist free traders newspapers like the Plain Dealer, Washington Post, New York Times etc and their journalists told only one side of the story.

2016 election is a "Back to the Future" election

Personal and business bankruptcies broke records in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In fact the millions who lost their jobs and businesses are obviously for Trump. The suburban white collar upper middle class who are conservative Republicans with many losing everything it took a life time to accumulate, do not vote. Now they are coming out as a way to express their lost. More than a million in the computer industry lost their jobs, thousands of computer businesses went out and hundreds of major computer manufacturers closed down too due to free trade economics.

And now with free trade economics failing with Pres Obama bailing it out by borrowing trillions of dollars from the future, it is a ponzi scheme. People like Cruz are endorsing it. Rubio tells outright lies about the merits of free trade economics. The Bush family held hands with the
Clintons in the passing of it.

Real Conservatives answer the call for human dignity in the workday and the real free enterprise system :

Chuck Baldwin, the 2008 Constitution Party presidential candidate is close to supporting Trump. He seems to feel the same way I do. If not Trump then who else is there. The Constitution Party platform should be a pearl for Conservatives and all people of good everywhere. I found a survey saying that 65 percent of Constitution Party members reject Cruz. It is a small sampling but it seems to hold true. Here is what Chuck Baldwin says about Cruz. Baldwin is also a Pastor.

Former Congressman Virgil Goode and the 2012 Constitution Party Candidate has joined the Trump Campaign. He says, “Contrary to the claims of the political consultant class, Mr. Trump is the only candidate who can defeat Hillary Clinton. Millions of Republican voters stayed home in 2008 and 2012 because they felt the GOP represented the interests of Wall Street rather than those of working Americans,” Goode said in the news release. “Donald Trump is the best candidate to connect with voters who feel disaffected from both parties.”

And here is what Pat Buchanan says, ( See also my published Plain Dealer letter - 2016 election is a "Back to the future" election.... It is a continuation of the campaigns of Pat Buchanan and th 1998 "Battle in Seattle" protest for human dignity in the work day and the real free enterprise system. - Search Ray Tapajna Buchanan Cleveland Com for copy.) Pat Buchanan says, " What Trump has today is conclusive evidence to prove that what some of us warned about in the 1990s has come to pass. From 2000 to 2010, the U.S. lost 55,000 factories and 6 million manufacturing jobs. What Trump has in hand now to prosecute his case
against the Bush Republicans and Clinton Democrats is hard proof these trade deals have de-industrialized America. If the GOP wants to know why it lost the Reagan Democrats, it is because the GOP exported their jobs to Mexico and China. The returns are in. And testifying to that truth is not only Trump’s attacks on those trade deals but the lack of a vigorous
defense of them by Clinton Democrats or the GOP establishment. Who today celebrates NAFTA, as John McCain went to Canada to do in 2008? "