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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by thewap, May 2, 2016.
Beyond the mainstream media narrative - A Trump executive speaks out in support.
I'm quite sure Donald Trump is a perfectly fine person to family members and those he knows personally.
But that, in and of itself, is not sufficient qualification to be President of the United States. Trump simply doesn't seem to understand the first thing about foreign policy; about complex, nuanced issues like trade. About the realities of life for millions of people with relatives with complicated legal residence status.
Trump's speaking style is one that many people find abhorrent. Abhorrent. The way he refers to women, for instance, calling them "fat pigs" etc, is not only unPresidential - its characteristic of the sort of personality I don't want within a million miles of the White House. Thats not a random, off-the-cuff comment. Thats a verbal tactic of Trump: Verbally abusing and demeaning those he disagrees with.
Thats not the behavior of a Statesman. Thats the behavior of a bullying real estate developer.
He understands far more about foreign policy than Bush globalists and their agenda will ever admit, same with the so called "free trade deals" that would subvert the USA to the will of an international union of corporatists and bankers.
There is a reason they call him the blue collar billionaire, he grew up with the blue collars and understands their strife.
In a political world where 16 candidates and all news media attacked him for the last 10 months, and over 60,000 negative commercials paid by special interests to attack him, while other get the soft touch, he hits back and hard speaking truth.
A far cry from the silver tongued polished career politicians that have done nothing for the people. The people, the non-elites, understand him well, and also understand how much more he is accomplished internationally than a community organizer puppet who cared nothing about community, once he got into the white house.
You mean by picking a foreign adviser that thinks Indians are going to use a dam for making nuclear weapons?
There are many foreign policy advisers that advised him, the ones who are sick of empirical perpetual wars and nation building in foreign countries.. I know..peace is unpopular these days...and to Hillary.
The Grand Coulee Dam was essential to the Manhattan Project.
And do you think his "hard speaking truth" would gain the respect of other nations?
A few things she said that I could take issue with or criticize, but, for the most part, a genuine, heartfelt plea and she also said many good, true things so thank you for posting this.
You keep sounding like a pathetic clown who babbles on and on about his trash candidate. You never were in the mental state to understand why trying to sell Trump as a "gay friendly" candidate is a total declaration of intellectual bankruptcy - and this seems to apply to all other issues as well, so there's really not much to expect from your garbage threads in first place. And to pull off a maxsix - I have nothing to lose here, I'm neutral, I won't commit and I have no opinion on right or left .
Rallying and primaries are a far cry from holding office and dealing with international politicians and US govt officials which he has experience with already.
He has already gained much popularity with foreigners, although not from EU globalists in partnership with Obama. Putin announced today that he liked Trump's foreign policy seeking possible ease of tension between Russia and the USA.
The EU and their globalist agenda using the Ukrain to push possible war against Russia as the tensions escalate, betrays the hidden interests of the Clintons and their foundation with their deep financial ties to the Ukrain - among the many other foreign interests. - No the EU technocrats/bureaucrats will probably have some difficulty with Trump.
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I didn't ask other pathetic closed minded "clowns" to blabble about their bigotry, your safe space is one click away from not having to view or participate in this thread. In fact I'd rather you didn't as your "intellectual" non-capacity to discuss or comment in a civil manner, reveals the garbage that you probably adhere to and cherish.
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Your poor, little banter attempts ignored (why on earth should I take someone like yourself serious?! Give me one good reason ) - it's amusing to see that you still dodge the issue of being stupid enough to seriously attempt to sell Trump as "gay friendly". Not that I really care about the opinion of someone like yourself "yay I've discovered infowars, I'm SO subversive".
Sell Trump as gay friendly? how does that relate to this thread , your posts are incoherent. I could care less what you think or suppose incorrectly.
I'm talking about your poor abilities of representing Trump in this forum in general. Sorry if I overloaded your mental capacities by referring to something outside of this thread.
(why would you care? Exactly. You don't. You mean nothing to me either, that's a given here, on a message board, welcome to the internet! yay!)
Good we finally agree, we mean nothing to each other, which brings nothing to this thread but useless prejudice.
Sorry to disappoint but you're confusing "prejudice" with "intellect". It's not me making an idiot of myself by trying to sell some pig as presidential candidate.
His posts are incoherent.
Dude, it's puff, puff, pass. Blue collar? He grew up in Jamaica Estates, one of the most lily white rich neighborhoods in NYC. He attended private school and then a military academy (which he has told us makes him more qualified on military issues than those who actually served) and then an Ivy League school. As a rich kid, he received deferments from serving in Viet Nam. The closest he came to growing up with blue collars were his Brooks Brothers shirts that his daddy bought him.
He always accompanied his father on construction sites, just as his sons and daughter did when they were kids, so yes he grew up with blue collar workers, and has often said he prefers the company of blue collar / common workers than rich people - before his candidacy and after. It is common knowledge and is the reason he has always treated regular people decently. News often calls him the blue collar billionaire.
Kids got deferment from serving in Vietnam if in college - up to 4 times, later was classified 4F due to bone spurs in both feet. (flat feet also got people classified 4F).
Trump was classified 2-S – deferred due to college study – from July 28, 1964 until January 1, 1968.
On July 9, 1968, Trump’s status switched to 1-A, meaning Trump was available for unrestricted service.
His number did not come up for 3 months.
Three months later on October 15, 1968, the real estate mogul’s availability was restricted to only periods of war or national emergency, having received a result of disqualified on his Armed Forces Physical Examination.
Trump was ultimately classified 4-F, medically unqualified for military service, on February 1, 1972 – over three years later.
If "rich" had to do with it, please provide source how his father got him out of service.
Would that be the same people who advised him on:
First two wives?
Trump: The Game?
Trump Casinos (including 4 bankruptcies)?
Because they've done a stellar job so far.
Taking tours of the middle class means your grew up with them?
I guess by that logic I grew up as a radio personality because my mother took me to work now and again.
The denial is strong with the Trumpsters but at least the rest of us can look forward to a fun eight years of mocking everything else they "assert".
BTW, having Putin as the only world leader that supports you is a pretty damning place to be.
You don't want someone from the low or middleclass to run a country.
Trump ran a successfull multi-billion dollar business.
It is idiocy to claim that this is not a qualification for a US president
A couple of hundred businesses, some small venture failures vodka, wine etc.., 4 bankruptcies, the failure rate is extremely low and negligible. The hallmark of every successful businessman is that they keep getting up no matter how many times they get knocked down, and learning by their failures and never giving up. Every time you fail, you learn a better way to do it next time. (trust me I know).
After a lifetime of business and now a billionaire with his own empire, these "bankruptcy" attack memes are pretty laughable.
Maybe you see success in a different light - campaign contribution professional politicians?, community organizer for communists who magically got into Harvard by some mysterious sugar daddy?
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It is hope for a more peaceful approach, unlike the rest who are spewing more war even after 15 years of war.
I think the denial in war monger Hillary fans beats the Guiness world record - a life of scandals, failed secretary of state coup queen, now with 38 foia civil lawsuits, 2 FBI investigations - one under the espionage act, the other for criminal racketeering through the Clinton Foundation, lying about Bengazi letting our Americans die and claims who cares?, who litigated against defendants to protect hubby rapist, who's mentor was a grand pooba of the KKK.
Now thats, some kind of special denial...lol
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I don't want someone who actually knows what life is like for the vast majority of the population making decisions that affect their lives?
Business qualifications don't have anything to do with governance. Human needs from a business just get passed along to the government (Ex. wages so low that people qualify for food stamps), who does a business leader running a government pass that along to?
People are not externalities.
WOW! Someone on the Trump payroll comes out in support of him.
She is clearly an objective party who has nothing to gain from this.
This surprising and not what I would have expected to happen. Not at all.