First off, Donald Trump opposes NAFTA (which hurts Mexico's economy, especially with government subsidised businesses in the U.S. driving Mexican businesses down and forcing people to the U.S. for better jobs) and the the TPP (https://www.rt.com/usa/257377-tpp-deal-trump-criticism/).
As for his past financial mistakes, so what? I'm pretty sure that there are many successful people who made mistakes and learnt from those mistakes.
Third, he wants to put in term limits and get money out of politics. Even at least one writer from the left-wing website Alternet agrees: http://www.alternet.org/election-2016/donald-trump-could-be-military-industrial-complexs-worst-nightmare.
And this is nothing against Jewish people (I am against collectivism).
When listening to this guy, question everything he says. I do NOT agree with all of his social views.
I reccomend reading Donald Trump: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly .
Now here are a few other good things...
Donald Trump is what we get for not getting in Ron Paul before.
And don't think that Bernie Sanders was all that great.
War and peace:
Sadly, Canada (or at least their government) is not a peaceful as many think. Sure, they spend less than 2% of their GDP on defense, but not only are they hevily involved in Afghanistan (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_history_of_Canada#21st_century), but also, partisucarly as explained in the CBC news article Let's not kid ourselves, Canada is in the war business, Canada is exporting arms to Saudi Arabia and the government didn't even complain about it.
The corporate tax rate is actually lower (http://taxfoundation.org/blog/canadas-lower-corporate-tax-rate-raises-more-tax-revenue), and Canada is listed in this article as having one of the freest economies: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/blogs/insight/canada-ranks-top-10-economic-freedom-study-shows-172337119.html.
How truly good is universal healthcare? I hope that you're willing to wait in long lines.
Multiculturalism: is it really all that great? And this is not hate rhetoric.
Freedom of speech.
Canada has a few laws on hate propaganda. But isn't there a better way to handle things?
Before we get into laws, let's see how many people own guns.
As of 2015, there are over 2 million firearms licenses (http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/citation/news/663).
As of that same year, there are more than 5 people out of 100 who have a firearms license (http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/citation/quotes/4214).
Okay, it's a bit of a challenge to get a non-restricted firearms license (even more so for restricted and prohibited).
So deactivated machine guns and rifles with plugged up barrels are legal.
So rubber ball shooting paintball guns are legal.
So fully automatic blank guns that shoot gases out the front are legal:
So pellet rifles and pistols are legal:
(Yes, the air rifle above is avalible in Canada: https://www.airgunsource.com/kalibrgun-cricket-25-cal-no-stock/dp/1702.)
Fully automatic bb (not airsoft!) guns are legal.
New flintlock rifles and shotguns.
And even fully operational antiques: http://antiquegunscanada.com/Home_c1.htm?page=all, http://usedfirearms.ca/ad-category/antique-firearms/.
But guess what about violent crime? And is there a gun or knife epidemic in the Czech Republic.
Austria's firearm laws are similar to the Czech Republic's (and also allows black powder and airguns), but pump-action (and potentially lever-release) rifles, and double, triple, and quadruple barreled shotguns can be brought without restriction by all Austrian citizens who are 18 years year old or over, and they only have to be registered to a gun shop or gunsmith within 6 weeks after the purchase.
And, as for semi-automatic rifles and shotguns, the license required is one of the easiest to get in its class in Europe.
But we don't see too much violent crime in Austria, do we?
Keep in mind though that marriage is not a big issue to me: however, I personally believe in permitting all consenting adults to marry if they so while.
So Canada is America's liberal utopia? Give me a friggin break! I spent hours working on this article just trying to educate people who might not even get all the way through. And this has to be one of the biggest slaps in the face to people who ever thought Canada was some leftist progressive utopia.