I suppose there is an argument for the belief that they helped hand America to socialists two times (in '08 and '12).
But life in all of its facets is a complicated matter, while being simple at the same time. Presumably God intended it to be much more simple than now, but man messed that up long ago, so much so that many of them (people) don't even believe that they did. Well, the bottom line is that it is and it isn't; and so Trump is the simple cowboy who should ride in and make it all better while Gov. Perry is the guy that knows what he's talking about. It's simple but it isn't.
So Trump can rant about the tough things he would do to the deserving villains, but he has to truly identify them first. I want to watch him (and some of you) drag some kind old illegal granny to the bus stop with her ticket to the border. Perry knows it is complicated because he, like me, is an educated man, and not just business educated. But many of the conservative yahoos get online and say definitively: its business; we just need a business man; or others would like a hard ass general or maybe a noncom to just make it all better through kickass technique.
Should those dreams of yours come true, society in the form of moderates and some conservatives combined with the left, would put the whip ass on you. After the whole country had voiced there opinion at yours and perhaps President Trumps attempted action, you might find yourself standing at the bus station in Juarez holding granny's punched ticket and looking at some unsavory Chicanos while muttering "Oh shit" to yourself. America is not going to deport all illegal aliens, period, bottom line.
Now, this is what you have to do. You have to vote non: socialist, liberal, progressive, and Democrat. You can hope (as I do) for a Scott Walker, Dr. Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, or that Carly lady (whose last name I still cannot spell); but you defeat them by voting for whoever is picked to run against them. You do not pick up your toys like you were four and stomp home. If you do, its on you and you will own it. One defeats evil by working against it, even with less than desirable leadership and allies. Take steps: get the evil progressives out of office, and then we can work on the reform of our own leaders. Some of them are too moderate. But some of you are too unenlightened about the more difficult nuances of the modern world. I didn't say uneducated (I just thought it to myself).
The above comments hold true for removing the Democrat progressives; however, two recent commentaries add another dimension to the mix that screams out for a Cruz or Carson, or maybe a Perry or even Gingrich. First, a private conversation with an astute observer of things led to the suggestion that all major players (Democrat and Republican) except the most libertarian are working together toward the New World Order concept, an idea that began with Wilson's League of Nations. Americans were smart enough back then to shun that. It has been suggested to me that Trump's role could be to split the Republicans, enabling only Bush to get enough backers to become the candidate, or to even weaken them enough to enable a Democrat to win the general election. The second commentary is embodied in that speech in the Senate by Cruz, charging McConnell with cronyism and collaboration with the Democrats. It reinforces that scenario of an overall plot to lead America into this eventual New World Order. Apparently, to some Trump's Libertarian Conservative credentials and the politicians he has supported are suspect. Research it for yourself; I haven't yet.