Donald Trump for President

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  • #68805
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    J.D Silvernail
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    Donald Trump is the best presidential candidate for the 2016 election.

    Reasons we should vote for him:

    • He is rich(which is why no one will bribe him).
    • He is not a career politition(he hasn’t been corrupted).
    • He wants to destroy ISIS.
    • He wants to bring back the American Dream.
    • He has been divorced in the past, which is why I think he might support men’s rights
    • He has my personality type ,which might be why he reminds me of myself every time he opens his mouth.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/06/16/politics/donald-trump-2016-announcement-elections/index.html

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    For some reason, he does seem like the type that would tell feminists off.  I actually admit I like the guy as an option.  Many people say he’s so “egotistical and self-centered.”  My answer is, “and the other politicians aren’t?”

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    RoyDal
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    Bumper sticker.

    BUSH – CLINTON
    2016
    What difference does it make?!

    If this election holds to the pattern that has prevailed since the LBJ years, then the candidates will be chosen by the insiders, and the public be damned. Therefore, it ain’t going to be Trump unless he runs as an independent or third-party something.

    Edit. I foolishly used the Visual editor and had to come back and undo it.

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    Leobez84
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    I almost hate to say this but anyone would be better than beta male Obama or literally cries when she doesn’t get her way Hillary Clinton. I’d love for a Libertarian like Rand Paul to hold office, but something tells me the GOP just isn’t ready to accept that the private sector > government. Also while I agree that Jews more or less run the planet, Libertarians like the great Ron Paul were the last bastion against them as he consistently made it a point to not take their bulls~~~.

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    All politicians are downright criminals. Trump may sound good but you’ll never know until he gets in office, it seems after presidents are sworn in something changes, its because the act is over once they’re elected. I definitely do not trust the goverment or Israel.

    Save your money and acquire as many skills and tools as you possibly can, keep your eyes peeled and trust no one.

     

     

     

    "The wounds of honor are self inflicted"

    #69959
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    I’m torn between Donald Trump and Marco Rubio. I really like Donald Trump’s platform and I think he’d be able to negotiate advantageous trade deals and really improve the economy. I really like Donald Trump. On the other hand I like Marco Rubio because I e-mailed him one time about an issue and he actually personally responded to me with a several paragraph personal (not boilerplate) letter. How many Senators do you know that would do that? I’ve never gotten anything but a canned response from any other politician.

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    Thats cool. Ive never emailed any polititions so I wouldnt know.

    I'm married to the game,but she broke her vows.

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    Oh f~~~ no not donald trump. He’s the epitome of the 1%. I have no doubt he knows how to work with money but his only interests are himself. He will only ensure the propagation of money to private interest groups and his interest in ISIL is only as a scapegoat for financial exploitation just like al quada has been for bush and obama. ISIS is a symptom of us being places we dont belong. every time we drone bomb one insurgent, we kill 3 more innocents and inspire a whole new batch of enemies seeking vengeance against us. We have a right to defend ourselves as a country but what we’re doing out there is the equivalent of russia invading us and getting mad because the crips hit their troops every time they take to the streets.

    Rand Paul has my vote. The man filibustered the patriot act by standing on his feet talking for like 15 hours to make sure it couldn’t be renewed. Anyone that will exhaust themselves to that extent to fight for what is right is a man i want in the white house. Plus he wants to cut taxes, enforce term limits an government transparency, end the fed, legalize marijuana, at least medically at the federal level and let the states decide from there. He also wants to enforce a balanced budget amendment that would practically require them to actually pay attention to their finances, which will affect not just his term but those of future presidents as well. Bill clinton was the last president to balance the budget but its important to remember his wife isn’t him, and he risked his president to cheat on her crazy ass. Shes a bitch that only seeks to exploit social issues and use her pussy and feminism as a golden ticket to power. Lets not forget that she’s been the secretary of state for this entire horrible obama administration. And women will vote for her because they want to see a female president, and she will singlehandedly be the downfall of our country.

    Overall i can look past Rand Pauls staunch “pro life” policy, i think abortion should be legalized for only a very specific short period after pregnancy and rather than arguing about whether it should be legalized, people should look to the science to determine up until WHEN in the pregnancy it should be legal. But i don’t think even as president he will succeed in making abortion illegal with all the democrats in congress, and that is ultimately a less important issue than our current wars and financial crisis.

    Marco rubio supported the provisions in the patriot that would allow people to spy on your junk. So yeah. John Oliver kind of proved this is all people care about, so.

    I think his view on the sexist violence against women act was apt, and he’s got more reasonable fiscal policies but its not enough to make him an appealing candidate. Plus the people that got their hands in his pockets are the same ones that went  for Romney and Mccain and you know he’s gonna pay the greedy piper once elected.

    So far even by the far left and far rights news source polls, Rand Paul has the highest chance out of any Libertarian candidate in history to take the presidency, and that includes his father. Fox news and CNN, both ends of the idiot spectrum can agree that he has the best chance of taking Hillary and her feminist bull crap on. He just has to have the sense to learn from his fathers mistakes and not to trust the GOP lest they turn on him like a pack of wolves.

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    Rand paul also has a history of standing against unconstitutional bills for as far back as i can remember. He stood against the NDAA, CISPA, SOPA, and PRISM, even before it was the popular thing to do. Even before anyone else was there to fight with him.

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    I almost hate to say this but anyone would be better than beta male Obama or literally cries when she doesn’t get her way Hillary Clinton. I’d love for a Libertarian like Rand Paul to hold office, but something tells me the GOP just isn’t ready to accept that the private sector > government. Also while I agree that Jews more or less run the planet, Libertarians like the great Ron Paul were the last bastion against them as he consistently made it a point to not take their bulls~~~.

    They got the jump on Ron by changing the rules of the GOP just at the last minute. and he was so close, too

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    Also what other candidate for president wants to get rid of the entire IRS and start over from scratch on ANYTHING? When at any point in american history has any president just scrapped failed legislation and started over?

    He could have had my vote on that alone.

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    Donald knows business and our nation is ran like a eldritch business. The only reason why we’re not bankrupt is because we can levy taxes. A corporation cannot directly subject people to it’s law.

    I’ve pondered a business man running American. He’ll find ways to add incentive for quality work at all levels, find ways to reduce bloat and streamline government functions. I know ways to do this actually that would really speed things up. Right now we have a system that rewards increasingly slovenly work.

    Likewise he’ll have the knowledge and skill to know what works and what does not. This is something we definitely need.

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    Lazarus Long
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    He’s the epitome of the 1%.

    Exactly so lets get him in office so he can help the rest of us get there. He understand business so he should push to deregulate, and to get the government out of our affairs.

    There was a time when people used to look at the rich and think how do I become rich, what can I learn from him, now sadly all they think is look how evil he is.

    his interest in ISIL is only as a scapegoat for financial exploitation just like al quada has been for bush and obama.

    Do you have any facts to support that assertion?

    ISIS is a symptom of us being places we dont belong.

    No, ISIS is the result of the re-radicalization of muslims. Before World War II (and after about 1400 years of terrorism) muslims were in a relatively moderate state and were mostly getting along with other people. AMIN AL-HUSSEINI (alleged great-uncle to Yasser Arafat) who was denounced by the muslim leaders of the time came to power because the British, against the local Muslim vote, appointed Amin Al-Husseini as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. He then went on to found one of the largest divisions of Hitlers army, radicalize muslims and started the muslim brotherhood.

    The muslim brotherhood has continued to wage a total war on the rest of the world to subjugate all peoples since.

    Willfully turning aside from the truth is treason to one's self. -Terry Goodkind

    #76368
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    Trump is a failed businessman who stays in the news selling people on how he is a success, and is all about himself.  He will say and do about anything to remain relevant.  He is a man from a rich family who ended up repeatedly taking excess risks that almost always collapse and fail, and pushing his name out there as if he is a success.  In politics, he is going to say and do about anything to get you to pay attention to him.

    "I am my own thang. Any questions?" - Davis S Pumpkins.

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    He’s the epitome of the 1%.

    Exactly so lets get him in office so he can help the rest of us get there. He understand business so he should push to deregulate, and to get the government out of our affairs. There was a time when people used to look at the rich and think how do I become rich, what can I learn from him, now sadly all they think is look how evil he is.

    his interest in ISIL is only as a scapegoat for financial exploitation just like al quada has been for bush and obama.

    Do you have any facts to support that assertion?

    ISIS is a symptom of us being places we dont belong.

    No, ISIS is the result of the re-radicalization of muslims. Before World War II (and after about 1400 years of terrorism) muslims were in a relatively moderate state and were mostly getting along with other people. AMIN AL-HUSSEINI (alleged great-uncle to Yasser Arafat) who was denounced by the muslim leaders of the time came to power because the British, against the local Muslim vote, appointed Amin Al-Husseini as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. He then went on to found one of the largest divisions of Hitlers army, radicalize muslims and started the muslim brotherhood. The muslim brotherhood has continued to wage a total war on the rest of the world to subjugate all peoples since.

     

    Somehow they keep deleting my responses to your utterly idiotic argument. How about the part in his announcement speech where he literally said he wants to go after ISIS for their oil? At least george bush actually bothered to lie about his intentions.  Oh and you can bet your ass Trump is going to do with the United States exactly what he’s done with every business he’s ever owned:

    http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2015/06/donald-trump-companies-bankruptcy-atlantic-city

    milk them for every penny and leave them failing and bankrupt.

    Oh by the way, we armed ISIS, by doing business with their partners in the iraqi military who sided with ISIS because they’re enemies of the taliban. Now we’re giving weapons to the kurds to fight isis, who will likely side with the taliban being the major player in the area who is in opposition to ISIS.

     

    http://www.jihadwatch.org/2012/09/taliban-call-on-kurds-and-turks-to-join-the-afghan-jihad

    thats not even taking into account our codependent relationship with israel who doesn’t even want to fight for their own damn country and are committing war crimes on our watch in opposition to hamas, who isn’t much worse of a regime than israel itself.  we’re fighting on three different sides of al clusterf~~~ of a civil war, arming each of them to fight each other, and then complaining when they use those weapons to turn on us, because we’re also arming the people they fight against. Our partners are partners with our enemies, our weapons spread through the area like STDs and our intervention only exaccerbates the problems and arms insurgency, or at least, what we deem to be insurgency, which could really be applied to any group in the middle east at this point because its basically a massive anarchist gang war free for all. And our troops and drones lack neither the understanding of the political landscape nor even a means of detecting peoples identities before they kill them and their families with drones, all they know is its some dude with a gun shooting and that doesn’t really bode well if what they’re trying to do is stabilize the region. If we weren’t there, they would kill each other, and a new nation would rise from the fallout, but because we pick sides and because we CAN’T pick a side, because the sides are poorly drawn and look more like a series of confusing venn diagrams, there is no resolution and we can thank only ourselves for that.

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