In the 16 months since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, he has said many hard-hitting and provocative things. But he has also said the single most important thing of the campaign. It was something that Obama hates. It was a statement that was so obvious and deceptively simple that it largely evaporated into the political ether.
A great little piece from the Washington Times
But it was also a statement of such power that it transformed the Republican presidential race — and may very well determine the future path of the nation. And it was only five words long.
“I’m rich!” he exclaimed. “I’m really rich.”
That declarative statement was as profound a statement any candidate for president could make — because for eight long years, President Obama and the left have waged a vicious, relentless war on the wealthy, individual success, business and the nation’s prosperity. Personal wealth has been endlessly attacked and demonized, and economic growth has been stifled. Mr. Obama and his comrades have used brutal class warfare to radically redistribute wealth in order to achieve what he called “the fundamental transformation of the nation.”
With just one phrase, Mr. Trump counterattacked — and began to reverse Mr. Obama’s socialist advance.
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