The Democrats are already united behind their so flawed and irreparably damaged candidate, albeit some very reluctantly. Whatever their issues and disagreements, no one democrats is ever seen criticizing or castigating their candidate nor casting doubts or actively sabotaging the campaign of their candidate, Hillary Clinton. The Republican Party on the other hand, is showing a lack of balls, afraid that someone somewhere might call them out for supporting someone they are trying desperately to pigeonhole and paint as a cuckoo. Icheoku says no matter how bad a whacko-painted Trump is, a republican Trump must be preferred as far a better option and being more republican than a liberal democrat Hillary Clinton. Such a Trump would also pursue more conservative policies than a liberal Hillary would ever care to tolerate and deserves a full house support.
So where then lies the wisdom of those anti-Trump saboteurs of this election in the Republican Party? What is their objective - to help elect Hillary Clinton and lose out whatever credit they may have with the Republican base voters. Icheoku says the best way forward is for these people to change their ways, sheath their swords and together help the party's candidate win this election. No matter how bad his rookie mistakes are, a Donald Trump's presidency will always be a better fit for the Republican Party than the Hillary Clinton's scorch earth partisanship. Later these disaffected could always help him be the best president America ever had. Nothing else will suffice nor ever justify nor support this anti-party activities of sabotaging their party's presidential nominee's effort to win the presidency. The worst thing that will ever happen is for Trump to lose this election because these people refused to help him win; and the American people will forever hold them responsible for being the reason for the loss.
Icheoku says no man is infallible and for a beginner politician who never held any elected office before nor ever ran for one, Donald Trump is expected to make some mistakes about political speaking, which being not filtered, comes across to naysayers as horrible. Donald Trump has not committed a crime challenging the statuesquo, nor has he ever been convicted of any other crime for that matter. So what if he called people names or used some not so flattering words to describe some other people. Words never a person killed; actions do, leading to the question why all these piling up on Donald Trump? Icheoku says but for all these mosquito bites distractions, Hillary Clinton would be running on empty and so far behind Donald Trump. But fortunately for her, her paid hacks are busily hanging on one manufactured misspeak of imaginary crisis after another to maintain the semblance of traction.
Icheoku says the worst nightmare on Elm Street facing Hillary Clinton is a united, fully throttled Republican Party, out to help their party's nominee win this election. Hillary Clinton is incapable of running an issue based campaign as she has nothing to run on. She cannot also defend her hopeless records of the past 40 plus odd years of being in politics nor can she run on any policy that is different from the last eight years of President Barack Hussein Obama's knee jerk elliptical balancing and playing with words, all talk and no action governance. Hillary Clinton has lost the narrative of making America great and better, hence her desperation to change the subject and attack the character of the other guy and paint him in light so unfavorable and scary.
Like their usual time tested playbook, when you have nothing to run on or meaningful to say, attack the other guy. If you cannot beat the message with a superior message, attack the messenger. Just throw as much mud as possible at the other guy and dirty him up so much to make him equally an unacceptable option. The Clinton Campaign is busy disparaging Donald Trump for what he said or did not say politically well; not that his philosophy and policies will not make America great again as promised or proposed. Icheoku says why not the Clintons rebut Donald Trump's laid out plans of getting America out of its presently dug hole; but instead, they are changing the subject trying to parry the issues away by pointing at what was said and making up others as they go.
Icheoku says the Republican Party must not fall to this baiting by the Clinton's machine and instead, must unite and reclaim their mandate which American people are ready and willing to hand over to them in this election. Cutting the nose to spite the face is not an option in this election as the consequences will be too very far-reaching and somewhat unsalvageable following a Hillary Clinton's presidency of vengeful conduct. The faith of the Republican Party and the need to keep it still competitive must override any other personal animosity or feeling of being slighted by either the nominee or the primary process that threw him up. Donald Trump will implement Republican Party agenda more than a thousand Hillary Clintons would ever concede. Therefore, the fate of Republicans and the Republican Party will be better served under and with a President Donald John Trump.
Icheoku says Donald Trump is not the problem, Hillary Clinton is. Donald Trump is not the Darth Vader he is being painted as, rather Hillary Clinton is the incurable lying disruptor in chief out to permanently silence the Republican Party. Donald Trump is not and should not be the enemy, Hillary Clinton is the one trying to permanently put the Republican Party to sleep and for good. Donald Trump is not and should not be the reason to stay aloof and do nothing, the need to stop Hillary Clinton should provide the fire in the belly to fight to win. Love of and for the Republican Party ideals should trump any other petty-minded reason for staying out or indeed sabotaging the within reach victory. Icheoku therefore urges every disaffected Republican to indeed see the big picture instead of being held back by their hatred for the party's nominee.
The fate of the Republican Party in a Hillary Clinton's presidency and subsequently thereafter should be the overall controlling authority and motivating factor for every Republican to man up and facedown the Clinton's machine politics which is desperately trying to snatch victory from the mouth of Donald Trump. They are piling up on Donald Trump because he is speaking the truth and they know he has touched a core of the American people who are swinging to him and they want to stop it by all means necessary. They are ganging up to silence him through intimidation and in order to maintain the statusquo and not rock their Washington boat nor displace their power structure. Amidst the mounting problems facing America, the Clintons instead of preferring solutions to them, are rather busy talking about touchy-feely what Trump said and how he said it?
Icheoku says words never a person killed; so how is what Trump said or did not say going to affect his proposed solutions to America's mounting problems? How is what Trump said wrong going to impact an economy that is sputtering or an ISIS that needs to be decisively smacked down or an increased watertight security for the homeland? But regardless, come this November, American people will also red-card Hillary Clinton and that way similarly retire another American politically over-exposed family like they did with the Bush family and tell them enough of the Clintons too. Icheoku adds that it would be a preferred option for everyone to be part of the effort so that they could all celebrate together when the battle is finally won come November 8, 2016. Go Trump; Vote Trump and help America moving forward again. Enough of the new normal mediocrity.