Conservatives are finally embracing a Trump presidency after years of resistance.
Here are five reasons why.
(Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) Conservatives are now embracing a president who they feel is a realist, who understands that we’re in an economy that’s rigged against him and that he is in a position to make the economy work for everyone.
But this is not just about Trump’s election.
Conservatives need a president to make them feel confident about their economic future and to do more to fight the rise of the global power elite.
The first priority is to put our country back on a sound fiscal footing, which means restoring fiscal responsibility and ending the wasteful spending that’s killing jobs and driving down wages.
We must do more than just cut spending.
We also must restore tax cuts and the repatriation of tax revenue.
For conservatives, this means that we should take a more aggressive stance in our efforts to rein in our runaway national debt.
Conservatives can’t afford to be complacent.
The federal government’s debt is $16 trillion, the highest it’s been since the 1930s.
If we’re going to address this crisis, we need to do better than the Obama administration.
If the government’s fiscal situation is such that we can’t do it without raising taxes, we’re likely to have to use the threat of default to force other countries to raise their taxes to meet the debt burden.
This means cutting spending, raising taxes and raising taxes again.
This is exactly what happened in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when the Reagan administration and Congress tried to force Japan to pay more in interest and principal to the U.S. to prop up the debt.
But by the 1980s the Japanese had made good on their commitments, and the U,S.
and other countries were able to keep their deficits low.
Conservatives have to fight this in the courts, and we need a Supreme Court Justice who understands how important it is to reinstate the full faith and credit clause.
This provision guarantees that the federal government will continue to pay interest on its debt until it reaches a certain level.
This allows us to pay down the national debt, and it’s why the Republicans have been pushing for a constitutional amendment to overturn this provision, and they’re now pushing for it to be included in the 2016 version of the budget.
The American people deserve to know that we are serious about this debt crisis and that we will fight for their recovery.
And we must not let the next president try to roll back any of these progressive steps.
So, in order to get this debt-reduction package passed, conservatives need a conservative Supreme Court justice who will not bow to Democrats and who will uphold the Constitution.
We need a President who will defend our Constitution and restore our freedoms, like the one who fought and died to uphold it.
But we also need a commander-in-chief who understands the urgency of our moment.
In this fight, the Republican Party is on a path to victory.
It is on the defensive, and there is a danger that it will lose the battle.
The conservative movement needs a leader who can win this fight.
We can’t let the Democrats control the White House.
We will have to get rid of the Democrats from Washington and hold them accountable for their obstruction of this debt reduction package.
We have to build a new Republican Party, and that’s why we need conservative Senate candidates to win in the next election.
The Republican Party must win back control of Congress in November.
The next President will inherit a nation that is in the grips of a fiscal crisis.
We don’t have a president ready to tackle this crisis.
And that means a Congress that will not allow the Obama Administration to push through a spending bill that is not balanced and balanced and balance.
A president with a record of fiscal responsibility who will fight tooth and nail for every American who needs it.
And a Congress willing to fight for all Americans.
Conservatives are already fighting for a president they believe in.
In a time of such crisis, conservatives have a duty to lead the country forward.
We are fighting for the values that have brought us prosperity, prosperity and prosperity.
The fight to reinvigorate the conservative movement is already underway.
As Republicans, we have to continue to push forward and fight for the principles we hold dear.
But conservatives are also fighting for our own future.
We’ve built the Republican brand for decades, and in the years to come we can be the party that unites the country and makes it stronger.
That’s what we must do.
And if we’re not, we’ll never have a chance of winning this battle.