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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #10 on: January 05, 2016, 11:55:08 PM »
I don't know about Trump. I haven't been following the campaigns closely, but he just comes across as someone who says whatever he thinks will cause controversy, whatever will get noticed, whatever will increase his following. I don't see him having any kind of personal principals or vision for the country / world.

As far as his business acumen goes, it was calculated a year or so ago that his personal wealth was around $4bn, but if he'd just put the money he inherited from his father into the bank at the time he inherited it, it'd now be worth $8bn just from standard bank interest. Take what you want from that.



All the candidates are going to dig us into a deeper hole trump included :( Both front runners are a disgrace that are groveling around and begging for votes.

At this point, Im just looking for someone who will dig the most shallow hole, and thats defiantly not Hillary :P Lesser of 2 evils principle.


Also Im afraid that if i don't support a front runner, My time/vote will just be wasted.
« Last Edit: January 06, 2016, 12:02:58 AM by Steve »

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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #11 on: January 06, 2016, 02:07:10 AM »
I'm supporting Marco Rubio personally but if trump wins the primary he'll have my vote most likely. I would hate to see Hillary or Bernie elected. Donald may sound like a complete idiot and I was on the fence about him but listening to him talk genuinely is just inspiring, if you ignore the bs...
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #12 on: January 06, 2016, 03:10:49 AM »
america is going down the toilet.
Some would say that's been happening slowly but surely ever since 1913.

Problem is, if it's true, it's taking the rest of us with it.
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #13 on: January 06, 2016, 05:59:07 AM »
personally imo Hillary will never have a chance anymore from all of the negativity shes produced,or how shes getting caught lying about stuff already bfr even election time.idk alot about the whole benghazi deal,but the email thing def defined how she was gna do in the election,where if all these things are coming up more and more(havent been keeping up lately so idk if any new news from it came up) around the whole email thing then do you think people will feel safe voting for her,being that shes getting caught in all these lies or bluffs?prob not

as far as trump,i like him alot and then im also wary about him too....not as much,but one or 2 things about him are:
he says that how the media is giving him such a bad rep or how theyre trying to make a image out of him,or to try and say something that really isnt what happened,or kinda like what steve said of how theyre stretching the truth..(kinda like paid advertisement of canidates come election day of where they have all of those commercials about a certian canidate and why they shouldnt get elected or why theyre this bad person,and so on,when its more childish and stupid and again how theyre trying to paint that image of someone,or to maipulate others into not voting for them...stupid imo)to where poll wise hes winning by alot

also another thing,or something i admire about him is funding wise,hes doing all by himself,or hes not spending millions of dollars on advertisement or anything else.....hes also spent a little amount on the campaign too...where theres people thats spending 10 20 30million on advertisement alone....why waste all of that money when it could be used for different and more beneficial stuff in general

thats just a little about him that i noticed/liked




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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #14 on: January 06, 2016, 04:29:18 PM »
Some would say that's been happening slowly but surely ever since 1913.

What is meant by this?

Problem is, if it's true, it's taking the rest of us with it.

True.


Anyways, Trump is tierh going to be the best thing this country has ever seen, or the worst. We need a strong leader, someone who wont take any s***. Obama has let countries walk all over us, and Europe is no better. Obama is such a p**** its astounding! Iran has nuclear power? What the actual hell? Hillary is by far the worst secretary of state I have ever heard! I have studied every SoS since from Thomas Jefferson (1st) to about Cordell Hull (Roosevelt) and none of them have screw things up so as bad as Hillary. Her policies are FUBAR. Shes deserves to be in prison.

Anyway before I start ranting,

Bernie sanders has never been to an economics class in his entire life, and his socialistic view of America is the closest thing to a communist takeover since the Factional War. $15 minimum wage? You thought the economy was bad now, woah, were all done for.

Ahem, back to Trump.

Trump is saying whatever will earn him votes. Deporting massive amounts of immigrants wont solve anything, in fact we need immigrants to boost out lower level economies. Soon we'll end up like Japan with a higher retirement rate than people entering the work force rate and we'll be forced with another budget deficit problem, possible government shutdown. Unfortunately, I think hes going to win the Republican nomination and the election altogether. I'd suggest everyone puts some money in offshore bank accounts, we are in for a wild ride.

As for me, I would go with Marco Rubio, he seems the only person with half a brain as to how immigration, education, and basic economic stability works. But unfortunately, CNN MSNBC and FOX only wanna talk about Trump, so that's that.
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2016, 04:33:55 PM »

so bow its someones time to step up to the plate and fix the USA. This wolnt happen in one term but over a period of good presidents. Theres one problem,it doesn't look like we'll be getting a goid president anytime soon.



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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2016, 02:49:42 PM »
I stands with Donald Trump. I stand for him for the same reason I stood with George W. Bush, they are goofy. In the end, nothing much changes in office regardless of who ever is in the lead. Every great nation falls eventually. The cycle repeats. I really dislike the way the nation is ran in the first place. The president is usually tasked to fix the country yet everything they do is continuously vetoed and bashed by their opposition. In the end, I feel the opposition would rather the country get worse to make that side look bad. I feel the best course of action would to give 100% control to a side so they can actually try there ideas fulling for fixing the country rather than being at a stand still 24/7. I'd give then a set about of years (more than 4 years, it isn't enough) and if the public is unhappy with them, turn it over to the other side.

In the end, my vote goes to Trump as he further promotes the laughing stock that USA has become and maybe people will lighten up. Our government just doesn't work to well.
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #17 on: January 11, 2016, 07:38:44 PM »
I stands with Donald Trump. I stand for him for the same reason I stood with George W. Bush, they are goofy. In the end, nothing much changes in office regardless of who ever is in the lead. Every great nation falls eventually. The cycle repeats. I really dislike the way the nation is ran in the first place. The president is usually tasked to fix the country yet everything they do is continuously vetoed and bashed by their opposition. In the end, I feel the opposition would rather the country get worse to make that side look bad. I feel the best course of action would to give 100% control to a side so they can actually try there ideas fulling for fixing the country rather than being at a stand still 24/7. I'd give then a set about of years (more than 4 years, it isn't enough) and if the public is unhappy with them, turn it over to the other side.

In the end, my vote goes to Trump as he further promotes the laughing stock that USA has become and maybe people will lighten up. Our government just doesn't work to well.

The presidents job isn't to fix the country, it's to run it. It's an executive office and there are two other branches of government and thier jobs are to fix it. To give one side full control is firstly not the will of the people but would be a disaster. I would rather live in compromise rather than total control from a group that believes oppositely of me with no say.

You may not believe in this system, but it works. The proof is evident that it works better than any other ever made. The system has kept one ideology from taking full control and being tyrannical while also allowing us our freedom.
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #18 on: January 12, 2016, 01:20:59 PM »
The presidents job isn't to fix the country, it's to run it. It's an executive office and there are two other branches of government and thier jobs are to fix it. To give one side full control is firstly not the will of the people but would be a disaster. I would rather live in compromise rather than total control from a group that believes oppositely of me with no say.

You may not believe in this system, but it works. The proof is evident that it works better than any other ever made. The system has kept one ideology from taking full control and being tyrannical while also allowing us our freedom.

But it is all three branches that are suppose to fix it. not just the Judicial and Legislative. They aren't doing it and are making matters worse. The whole of the country is suffering because of it. It's time for a change but people are just too blind to see. Russian leaders spew propaganda just like we do. In the end, a country is like a sports team. We all praise our home team no matter the flaws. The majority of the Russians thing Putin is doing a good job and don't thing hes does anything wrong while us Americans think we're in the right and our country is the greatest. Within our own pride comes blindness... a weakness that will soon be prayed upon.

It's a deadly sin for a reason after all.

Time will tell.
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Re: Donald Trump
« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2016, 11:11:57 AM »
The majority of the Russians thing Putin is doing a good job and don't thing hes does anything wrong

Putin is doing a fine job,

don't be brainwashed by american media giants.