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originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
eta: And the whole "I can't be bought" thing. Of course, if's that's true, I like that too. But I don't believe it. Donald Trump can't be bought? I mean, he's always been about money. Why should we expect that to change? Money defines him. He admits it. Always has.
originally posted by: WeAreAWAKE
a reply to: ladyinwaiting
OP...I'll tell you the truth and actually answer your question instead of making jokes. Trump speaks the words that many right-wing Americans wish they could...but can't, won't or are ignored. Our representatives don't do what we elected them to do. The President is a criminal and is forcing a far left-wing agenda including support for a welfare society, political correctness, illegally allowing illegal immigrants to enter, stay and mooch off our assets, forcing Obamacare down the throats of the people and so much more. The corruption in our government exceeds that of the Mafia. Benghazi, million dollar websites that don't work, demanding more money for government to fail with or waste, playing with the employment numbers while most can easily see the economy sucks and is too fragile, insulting our allies and embracing our enemies while they call for our deaths...but you know all this.
Trump is the ONLY candidate that "says" he will do the opposite. The ONLY candidate that speaks the truth instead of PC bullcrap. This has made him a candidate of and for the people as opposed to a government of the government. Most of us have realized that the country is going in the wrong direction...180 degrees in the wrong direction. Nothing today is done for the people...but it is stated that it IS for the people. In the end it is for power and control. And we on the right are so sick of it that Trump is likely our last effort before all out revolution.
No...not grabbing guns and marching up to the White House, but a revolution none the less. The funniest part to me is that Trump makes everyone nervous EXCEPT the people! That is a sign of a President that we can be proud of, a President that if nothing else says what we want...even if it ultimately turns into the same old crap.
We are desperate to save our country from those who wish to change it because they hate it. And you only change something you don't love. Like marrying someone hoping you can change them...it doesn't work.
originally posted by: 8675309jenny
Haha, well either way, supporting partisan politics is stupid and supporting trump is stupid. I will stand by that statement all the way to 2016, when we can come back here and see, because he is playing a very clever, yet very simple game. The psychological research was carried out DECADES ago by many governments, and of all agencies Mossad and the CIA play it best.
If you can't figure out his game and who he's targeting, oh well. You'll see.
Second, we’d be in a theater-level war in the Middle East. That’s not an exaggeration. Donald Trump wants to seize control of oil fields in the Middle East and North Africa. While he has recently focused on his desire to “bomb the hell” out of ISIS-controlled oil fields (a comment that does not constitute strategy), his oil agenda has deeper motivations than security. In 2011, Trump explained to CNN that the U.S. should have seized control of Iraqi oil fields as “spoils of war.” He was confused by his interviewer’s skepticism. But that same year, Trump expanded on his underlying oil-centric theory of foreign policy. Speaking about the Libyan revolution, Trump stated that the U.S. should have supported the anti-Qaddafi rebels only in return for “something special.” In Trump-world, this special gift would have entailed “50 percent of their oil.”
And that’s just the start. Perceiving our seizures as the ultimate proof of jihadist propaganda — that America seeks corrupt domination — both Sunni and Shia terrorist groups would receive a windfall of new recruits, funds, and popular support. The U.S. would be forced to close embassies around the world — some voluntarily, for reasons of security, and others because of expulsion. America’s regional allies would be treated as collaborators, and nations like Jordan and Saudi Arabia might fall into the hands of terrorists. And beyond the Middle East, the U.S. economy would face global sanctions as other allies moved in disgust to separate themselves from President Trump’s action.
Trump isn't there to get votes, he's there to get the other Republican hopefuls to make themselves look stupid and run them out of money in the process!!!!