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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by ericgtr12, May 19, 2016.
Yeah but he sold steaks at the Sharper Image, that should count for something.
what the woman who attacked other women who accused her husband thinks is irrelevant.
lol What else is she is going to say?
More like what else does she need to say.
It's politics, which is essentially "debate on steroids". In a debate, there is no room for appeasing opposing viewpoints, just to succeed in selling the viewpoint one is appeasing the moderator/emcee/audience with. Once elected, it's no longer as easy and compromises have to be made.
Hillary defends her rapist husband; ergo, she is unfit for the presidency.
File under: Things that will be on the news, but are not actually news.
FYI while this story is covered by almost all networks just head on over to FoxNews where there's no mention of it. Here's a list of their "fair & balanced" stories from their front page.
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The wife of a rapist or an actual rapist? They're both just as credible and never been charged, your logic states they're equally guilty. So why are you voting for a rapist?
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Hey she did not lie cool.
Bernie has never been accused to rape. That is a scurrilous lie and clear evidence that this thread contains a fifth column of Hillarybots.
The reality is that, by any reasonable measure, Trump isn't qualified to be President.
We've only ever had a couple of Presidents who had never previously held elected office. The last being Dwight Eisenhower - who had extensive experience dealing with matters of State and international affairs via his military career.
Not only does Trump not have any record of Government service, he's never had any experience of service period. Donald Trump has never worked at a job where he was responsible to anyone other than himself. Even the last few corporate executives who've ran for President (I'm think of of Ross Perot and Mitt Romney) had experience in the military (Perot) or as Governor (Romney.)
Experience isn't everything, of course. And if Trump had shown himself as a paragon of careful and principled public statements; with a history of insightful leadership skills; things might be different. But Trump doesn't. If anything, his lying, boasting, and spiteful insults suggest that in addition to lacking experience, he also lacks the temperament to be President.
You clearly have no idea why we support Trump. If he HAD held an elected office, he would not be our candidate this time.
I'm waiting for Trump's people to do a reboot of the "It's 3 a.m. Who do you want answering the phone?" Hillary's team did against Obama.
Run clips of Hillary waffling on issues, getting caught lying about personal anecdotes, and the lies she told America about what set off the attack on our diplomatic outpost in Benghazi.
She's not qualified to occupy any leadership position in this country.
Yes, because why would you want the leader of the free world to have any sort of qualifications for the job.
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IMO Democrats need to go full Willy Horton on Trump, exploit his temperament and poor judgement, show the mushroom cloud and the whole nine-yards. When it comes to foreign policy the guy would be a ticking time bomb.
Meanwhile, Republicans can run an ad criticizing Obama's immigration policy that led to Kathy Steinle's death at the hands of a seven-time felon who had been deported five times.
Obama's approvals are higher than all of them, have at it.
Because people like you give democrats a pass while complaining about republicans. No matter what they did .
More likely that it's because he's out of the fray, same happens with anybody who is sitting on the sidelines not stirring the pot, regardless of what side they're on. All he has to do is get vocal on an issue that's evenly divided and he'll drop again. Such as the circle of politics.
The price rate hikes for Obamacare are going to be showing up in November. And the economy is supposed to tank by then too.
We'll see how his numbers hold up when it's time to put another Democrat in charge.
You support him cause you think of him like Santa he will give you what you wish for but he would be more like the grinch.
I love the logic of this line of thinking: "I want to vote for a guy who doesn't know what he's doing, because the last group of guys who knew what they were doing kinda sucked. Ergo, people who know what they're doing are terrible."
You voted for a community organizer. I'll happily vote for a billionaire.
Hey, at least he had experience dealing with people in a political sense.
That is the most absurd rationale for hiring someone I've ever heard of.
Its like deciding, because you are sick with cancer, to entrust your medical care to a successful vacuum-cleaner salesman. He might not be part of the corrupt medical establishment, but at least he'll bring some fresh ideas to the situation
As I said, its not just that Trump has no experience of Government service. Its that he's got no experience of serving anyone. Not a boss; not a superior officer; not even a board of directors or shareholders. The sole person he's had to satisfy his entire life has been himself.
And the reality is that being President is serving. Not just your country and the voters. But the entire planet itself. Its making decisions based on, not what's best for Donald J. Trump, but on whats best for the nation and its people.
Trump is an egomaniac. You see this in the way he plasters his name in huge letters over everything he is associated with. And at this late stage in his career he's decided to go for the biggest ego-boost he can imagine: Having the Marine Band playing "Hail to the Chief" as he walks off of Air Force One. But he brings nothing to the table, other than rehashed nativist idiocy designed to appeal to middle-aged white people who are afraid of losing their privileged place in American society.
Really? Democrats have lost seats in the last two election cycles to the point where Democrat office holders are an endangered species. He has to issue executive orders to get anything done. And he's broken more than 110 promises.
What was there in his experience that led you to believe he was good at dealing with people in a political sense? He only got elected state senator by kicking his opponents off the ballot:
As a community organizer, he had helped register thousands of voters. But when it came time to run for office, he employed Chicago rules to invalidate the voting petition signatures of three of his challengers.
The move denied each of them, including incumbent Alice Palmer, a longtime Chicago activist, a place on the ballot. It cleared the way for Obama to run unopposed on the Democratic ticket in a heavily Democrat district.