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Trump is KILLING the Republican chances for Presidency

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posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:34 PM
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originally posted by: Kyrios0Zero

originally posted by: Indigo5
a reply to: Kyrios0Zero

That was an awesome rant...keep holding onto that world-view..don't let reality pop that glen beck bubble you live in!



where every objective survey of happiness has plummeted despite ever increasing "tolerance" and "diversity" (everyone has to be tolerated, except for whites and males; everyone has to be respected, except for whites and males; every culture needs to be celebrated, except for European cultures and masculinity; everyone should be treated equally, except for whites and males; every option is available for women, except for traditional roles)?


Yes...I have to give you that. I have no doubt that surveys show that racist white males survey as less happy in recent years. Tolerance and diversity is sure ruining their quality of life!

You are a riot




posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:34 PM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kyrios0Zero

I really hope you are either joking with this statement or VASTLY ignorant on what National Socialism is and stands for, because if not, what you just said is absolutely horrifying!

I don't care HOW bad you think the left is, they are no where NEAR as bad as the Nazis were and are. That is a very unfair comparison and tells me that your rhetoric isn't steeped in reality.


I won't get into a discussion of National Socialism is with you, I'm fairly certain we'd be bogged down immediately in a disagreement over the nature of the supposed holocaust. I'll simply say that National Socialism took Germany from a state of weakness very similar to the state of modern America and transformed it into a country so strong that it took the combined might of most of the rest of the world to put an end to their threat to central banking dominance.

We're going to make America great again, but that will eventually mean an end to liberalism and democracy.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:37 PM
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originally posted by: Kyrios0Zero

originally posted by: olbe66
a reply to: Kyrios0Zero


This rant, especially the last paragraph, might be better in the original German. I think I can hear the whine of the loudspeakers, see the flicker of the torches, and see the massed throngs saluting with outstretched arms....

Seriously, did you consider EXACTLY who this sounds like? You hit it all – the leftists must be “crushed”, “destruction” of the middle class, nationalism, the strong “leader” who will “ put out all doubt from the minds of the people,” disdain for academics...Do you know what you are doing?



If you are insinuating that my views coincide with those of Hitler and the National Socialists, I am honored. However, my views lay even further to the right than theirs. I would settle for fascism or National Socialism at the moment though, either one would be a massive improvement over liberal republicanism.


Cuz Hitler just wasn't bad enough!!

Keep em commin!



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:40 PM
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originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: Reallyfolks


Really not a put down of you or politics or support of trump but I honestly do not care what Rickey Martin, Kim Kardashian or even Clint Eastwood thinks about politicians. You people are the highly paid court jesters. Go entertain. I know a lot of people do care if an entertainer thinks like they do, I am not one of them

Wait...you've confused me.....
are you not aware that Trump has been denigrating Hispanics since step one?

Or that Trump is a "celebrity" with his own "Hollywood Star"?
(It's because he's an 'entertainer')
Who are the court jesters again?

*cough*trump*cough


Don't care what entertainers think about politicians. Don't support trump, democrats or republicans. Not sure what your coughing about but whatever.

I was aware he was on some illegal immigrant kick, was not aware he was denigrating Hispanics in general but I'll look into it.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:41 PM
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originally posted by: Kyrios0Zero

originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Kyrios0Zero

I really hope you are either joking with this statement or VASTLY ignorant on what National Socialism is and stands for, because if not, what you just said is absolutely horrifying!

I don't care HOW bad you think the left is, they are no where NEAR as bad as the Nazis were and are. That is a very unfair comparison and tells me that your rhetoric isn't steeped in reality.


I won't get into a discussion of National Socialism is with you, I'm fairly certain we'd be bogged down immediately in a disagreement over the nature of the supposed holocaust. I'll simply say that National Socialism took Germany from a state of weakness very similar to the state of modern America and transformed it into a country so strong that it took the combined might of most of the rest of the world to put an end to their threat to central banking dominance.

We're going to make America great again, but that will eventually mean an end to liberalism and democracy.


Why do I picture your head as a special brand of shiny and white?

Good luck to you in the world...And I hope you find your way..



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:42 PM
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I don't think they had much of a chance anyway.

a reply to: Krazysh0t



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:45 PM
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posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:45 PM
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a reply to: IAMTAT. I agree.
Krazy is a lot more logical and less emotional. Cudos Krazy on succeeding in your new resolution

Even if we disagree 100% of the time!



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:46 PM
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a reply to: Kyrios0Zero




I won't get into a discussion of National Socialism is with you, I'm fairly certain we'd be bogged down immediately in a disagreement over the nature of the supposed holocaust. I'll simply say that National Socialism took Germany from a state of weakness very similar to the state of modern America and transformed it into a country so strong that it took the combined might of most of the rest of the world to put an end to their threat to central banking dominance.



Yeah, this is scary stuff you're preaching brother. They bought that line in 1930's Germany, and we saw how that worked out. Fortunately, we all know how to stop evil fascist in their tracks - with our words. Um, as for "central banking dominance," I assume you mean the Jews?




We're going to make America great again, but that will eventually mean an end to liberalism and democracy.


No, you are going to be ridiculed and shunned like the foul beast you are.
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posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:47 PM
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originally posted by: Reallyfolks
a reply to: Krazysh0t

If true democrats will be happy, republicans not so much. If not republicans will be happy and democrats not so much. The rest of us will sit back and laugh at all the supporters for believing at the top level there is any difference or that politicians regardless of party will solve anything.

Seriously, what's the last problem politicians solved. Not band aided, kicked down the road, plugged a part of it only to have another part of it spring up. Or temporarily "solved" only to have it come back worse than before? If you can't answer that question and still think your party is the solution. You're the problem


This is a result of American politics and having elections every two years. Everything has to be temporary in nature so that it can be used as a political issue again in the future. Nothing can be permanently solved, because if it is then there's no room for disagreement, reform, give, and take the next time renewing it comes up for a vote.

Dictators permanently solve problems. Elected officials who have to fight off challengers every two years don't.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:47 PM
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originally posted by: Kyrios0Zero

I'll simply say that National Socialism took Germany from a state of weakness very similar to the state of modern America and transformed it into a country so strong that it took the combined might of most of the rest of the world to put an end to their threat to central banking dominance.



And here I thought that invading neighboring countries and plundering their resources and national treasure was the reason for that transformation...silly me.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:50 PM
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a reply to: Reallyfolks


was not aware he was denigrating Hispanics in general but I'll look into it.

Cool.

Let me know if you need links or sources to do so.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:52 PM
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originally posted by: Aazadan

originally posted by: Reallyfolks
a reply to: Krazysh0t

If true democrats will be happy, republicans not so much. If not republicans will be happy and democrats not so much. The rest of us will sit back and laugh at all the supporters for believing at the top level there is any difference or that politicians regardless of party will solve anything.

Seriously, what's the last problem politicians solved. Not band aided, kicked down the road, plugged a part of it only to have another part of it spring up. Or temporarily "solved" only to have it come back worse than before? If you can't answer that question and still think your party is the solution. You're the problem


This is a result of American politics and having elections every two years. Everything has to be temporary in nature so that it can be used as a political issue again in the future. Nothing can be permanently solved, because if it is then there's no room for disagreement, reform, give, and take the next time renewing it comes up for a vote.

Dictators permanently solve problems. Elected officials who have to fight off challengers every two years don't.



Interesting post. Nice job.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:53 PM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Jobeycool

Nope I haven't. How about posting some sources instead of just talking about it? And by sources, I mean sources that actually have numbers and historical facts in them. Not opinions and rhetoric.

I'm also still curious how he is going to overcome that VAST negative opinion he has among Hispanics, who AGAIN, are required to win the Presidency these days.


I personally don't know how Trump will overcome the negative opinion held by many Hispanics. I did come across a column that addressed some of your questions though:






There are at least three reasons that Trump is likely to make a decent showing with Hispanic voters:
What’s the Republican alternative? Will Hispanics flock in droves to Mike Huckabee, Scott Walker, Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, or much of the rest of the GOP presidential field? Not likely. Only two of the other 15 "also rans" could get in Trump's way with Hispanics in the GOP primaries: Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush. And instead of speaking forthrightly about issues such as immigration, the Floridians often seem cautious and reserved in their comments as if they’re afraid of alienating white people. Here’s a warning to them, and politicians everywhere: When you flinch, Hispanics notice. Trump’s immigration hard line is not a deal killer with all Hispanics, many of whom want stricter border security. More than half of all Border Patrol agents — about 52% — are Hispanic. Moreover, the closer you get to the border, the more likely you are to find Hispanics who worry about the issue that Trump brought to light: the alleged criminal element coming across the border. That was true in Arizona, where a controversial immigration law requiring police to check the legal status of anyone with whom they came in contact found pockets of support among those who lived on the front lines. Hispanics are just like other Americans. And why not? In New Mexico and Arizona, some trace their family histories back seven or eight generations. Thus what appeals to many other people about Trump also appeals to them. Hispanics have been deceived and manipulated by both parties. And they’re hungry for a candidate who says what he thinks, doesn’t back down, hammers the news media, and doesn’t sugarcoat differences with opponents. Apart from substance, Trump will get points for his style which — during a hot summer — seems as refreshing as a cool breeze.

www.usatoday.com...

I have vilified Trump in the past in other threads for his lack of knowledge in government workings, and the inability to detail plans on how he would address many issues facing this Nation. As a voter whose name ends with EZ, I don't find fault with some of his perceptions in illegal immigration, however simplistic they may be. It's just more fresh meat for the masses...



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:53 PM
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a reply to: grandmakdw


Krazy is a lot more logical and less emotional. Cudos Krazy on succeeding in your new resolution

Even if we disagree 100% of the time!



NICE!!! Very nice. Applause for you!!!!
Nice backpedal.
Clever.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:54 PM
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a reply to: Krazysh0t
Good question

Look at the presidential candidate field the Republicans have one black two Hispanic and one Indian running for president

The Democrats only have old white people of candidates

If the Democrats are truly the party for racial minorities then why do the Republicans have 100% of the minority presidential candidates

The proof is not in rhetoric but the proof is in action

Instead of just giving lip service to minorities having the same abilities the same smarts the same qualifications of white people it is the Republicans who are the ones who are acting as if the minorities are smart and capable in this election cycle



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:57 PM
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a reply to: Aazadan. Really you think a dictatorship is the answer look at Venezuela it is falling apart under dictatorship look at North Korea falling apart under a crazy dictator there isn't a single dictatorship in the world that isn't slightly crazy and failing and actually doing great harm too it's people



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posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:57 PM
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a reply to: SubSea

Are you trying to suggest that being from somewhere other than America means that one is somehow less equipped to have a useful or insightful opinion on these matters, or that if one should have such a view, that it should be ignored?

I think you may have rather missed the point of this website, and be selectively ignorant about geopolitics and the importance of co-operation between nations, which is essential for the running of your nations affairs. Electing a jerk that no one can work with because he has a stick up his arse about everything is not going to function long term. That's true no matter which side of the pond you might happen to be from.



posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 03:58 PM
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originally posted by: Reallyfolks

originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: Reallyfolks


Really not a put down of you or politics or support of trump but I honestly do not care what Rickey Martin, Kim Kardashian or even Clint Eastwood thinks about politicians. You people are the highly paid court jesters. Go entertain. I know a lot of people do care if an entertainer thinks like they do, I am not one of them

Wait...you've confused me.....
are you not aware that Trump has been denigrating Hispanics since step one?

Or that Trump is a "celebrity" with his own "Hollywood Star"?
(It's because he's an 'entertainer')
Who are the court jesters again?

*cough*trump*cough


Don't care what entertainers think about politicians. Don't support trump, democrats or republicans. Not sure what your coughing about but whatever.

I was aware he was on some illegal immigrant kick, was not aware he was denigrating Hispanics in general but I'll look into it.


Trump is an entertainer and a member of my Union "The Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists ...

www.sagaftra.org...

Being a Union man must rankle a lot of the Right Wing GOP being as how union busting is one of their credos.
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posted on Aug, 27 2015 @ 04:01 PM
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a reply to: TrueBrit


Electing a jerk that no one can work with because he has a stick up his arse about everything is not going to function long term. That's true no matter which side of the pond you might happen to be from.

But....he's "really nice", he said!




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