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Trump: "Hillary got schlonged in 2008"

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posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:07 PM
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originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: reldra
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Yes he did, he said it. The word might not mean much, if anything to younger people, but to people Trump's age, he knows exactly whet he meant.

The man has NO class. Everything he has said comes to this. He CANNOT function as a President. He can barely function as a human being.

From now on, if I see any threads that even hint at the fact that Trump may be a good President, I am going to ignore it. Everyone else should too.

No man that uses the word 'schlonged'' in front of a public audience should ever, ever be considered for political office of any kind.


Yet he spoke the truth.

You can take your 'class', I will take his honesty. I will try that as a criteria to be President for a change....

Then you need to pick somebody besides Donnie then. It's been proven that 62% of the time he opens his mouth he is telling a lie.




posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:08 PM
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a reply to: Spiramirabilis

Still waiting for that qoute. Remember, you asked me a question.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:09 PM
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originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: sosobad

And CLinton said they were 'dead' broke!

What's the difference ?

Hillary Clinton on ‘dead broke’ comment: ‘I regret it’

247wallst.com...

Clinton is a one percenter.


Check out my posts from the thread, I am an equal opportunity offender. She is a horrible human being, never once stated she's fit to be president but equally so either is Trump. I know you like your good ole partisan divide but I really couldn't give a toss bout it. It is a bigger fool that buys into the left v right bs when both sides are lubing you up for the shafting.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:11 PM
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originally posted by: HardBoiled
a reply to: sosobad

He started with a million dollar loan that he had to pay bck with interest. He didn't start his bussiness having acces to his fathers money.

Let's say I lend you 5 million dollars which you have to pay back with interest, will it be a walk in the park for you to start your own bussiness that will return you the invested money plus interest plus an empire?

Make it happen.


It would sure as # be easier to start the business 1 million than if I had to start off with the lint in my pocket. Come on now is logical thought a thing of the past these days??



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:15 PM
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originally posted by: sosobad

It would sure as # be easier to start the business 1 million than if I had to start off with the lint in my pocket. Come on now is logical thought a thing of the past these days??


You can't get a business loan too? You go into a bank and show them your strong, detailed business plan (including personal information such as bios, education, etc.) and cash flow projections for at least a year with good credit history and you are set just like Trump.
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posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:16 PM
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a reply to: sosobad

You tried to make it sound like everyhing was handed to him, which is simply not the case.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: Xtrozero

originally posted by: sosobad

It would sure as # be easier to start the business 1 million than if I had to start off with the lint in my pocket. Come on now is logical thought a thing of the past these days??


You can't get a business loan too? You go into a bank and show them your strong, detailed business plan (including personal information such as bios, education, etc.) and Cash flow projections for at least a year with good credit and you are set just like Trump.


Was he likely to get rejected by his father for a loan? Was he beholden to the same interest rates as he would be with a bank or the same payment deadlines? Did he have to use his home as collateral?



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: HardBoiled
a reply to: sosobad

You tried to make it sound like everyhing was handed to him, which is simply not the case.


No I said he is out of touch, which I stand by



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:19 PM
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originally posted by: Spiramirabilis
a reply to: Vasa Croe


Yep...context was exactly the same, to the point I wonder if Trump heard it and used it for that reason.

If anyone else had said it but Trump - I might agree with you. It's not the worst word in the world - hardly. It's about context

From the link in the OP:


Engaging Clinton again on Monday night, Trump described Clinton's late return to the Democratic debate stage on Saturday night because of a bathroom break as "a weird deal." "I know where she went. It's disgusting. I don't want to talk about it, it's disgusting," Trump said, after bringing up the incident unprompted 20 minutes into his speech.

I'm not comforted by all this talk about how dumb Trump is. He's brilliant - or he's following a brilliant playbook

The only thing that let's me sleep at night is a fantasy I have where this is just some kind of stunt. Or, it's a joke and in the end he'll give us the punchline. Or...he's clearing a path for the Dems - so, I guess I need more than one fantasy

:-)

Since nobody else is going to answer my question - maybe you will. Is Trump your guy?


At this point, yes. Though my mind could change prior to voting or if he drops his run.

I think the guy is brilliant AND has brilliant campaign personnel. At this point he is sticking in the minds of everyone and staying at the top. That is not something you can do without being brilliant and calculating. Everyone else is playing catch up and getting pissed at not getting the same coverage. It is quite humorous when really thought about. They can't understand why their lies are not getting more time on air than his.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:20 PM
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originally posted by: buster2010

originally posted by: nwtrucker

originally posted by: reldra
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Yes he did, he said it. The word might not mean much, if anything to younger people, but to people Trump's age, he knows exactly whet he meant.

The man has NO class. Everything he has said comes to this. He CANNOT function as a President. He can barely function as a human being.

From now on, if I see any threads that even hint at the fact that Trump may be a good President, I am going to ignore it. Everyone else should too.

No man that uses the word 'schlonged'' in front of a public audience should ever, ever be considered for political office of any kind.


Yet he spoke the truth.

You can take your 'class', I will take his honesty. I will try that as a criteria to be President for a change....

Then you need to pick somebody besides Donnie then. It's been proven that 62% of the time he opens his mouth he is telling a lie.


And that makes him different than Clinton HoW?




posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:20 PM
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originally posted by: buster2010
Then you need to pick somebody besides Donnie then. It's been proven that 62% of the time he opens his mouth he is telling a lie.


For me it is the 100% of the time that he just opens his mouth that bothers me...lol but this whole schlonged thing with Hillary should be looked at as a positives thing since the last time before 2008 she got schlonged was when she conceived Chelsea so it is about time for her.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:21 PM
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originally posted by: sosobad
Was he likely to get rejected by his father for a loan? Was he beholden to the same interest rates as he would be with a bank or the same payment deadlines? Did he have to use his home as collateral?


Just saying your business awaits.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:23 PM
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Was he likely to get rejected by his father for a loan?


Irrelevant. If your business plan is sound chances are you won't be rejected. Obviously Trump's business plans are sound.




Was he beholden to the same interest rates as he would be with a bank or the same payment deadlines? Did he have to use his home as collateral?


It takes a lot more than just money to make a business work and to build an empire. Don't act like everything was handed to him.





No I said he is out of touch, which I stand by


Yes, you say he is out of touch with normal people, because unlike normal people, everything was handed to him. There is no other way to interprete what you said.

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posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:26 PM
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a reply to: sosobad

Oh yeah that is sure some 'partisan' divide I gots going on.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:27 PM
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I think the guy is brilliant AND has brilliant campaign personnel.

It's been partly opportunism - he took a few steps and was amply rewarded - so they worked the campaign around that. But - yeah - he's found his hook. Brilliant


They can't understand why their lies are not getting more time on air than his.

And you admire him for this?

I know this is the mudpit. Having a real discussion about all this probably isn't possible

I was hoping to find out why Trump? I wanted to know that people were going to vote for more than a batsh!t crazy kind of moxie

Is that really all it is?



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:28 PM
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Apologies to everyone but it is well worth reading this.

Trump was born in New York City in 1946, the son of real estate tycoon Fred Trump. Fred Trump’s business success not only provided Donald Trump with a posh youth of private schools and economic security but eventually blessed him with an inheritance worth an estimated $40 million to $200 million. It is critical to note, however, that his father’s success, which granted Donald Trump such a great advantage, was enabled and buffered by governmental financing programs. In 1934, while struggling during the Great Depression, financing from the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) allowed Fred Trump to revive his business and begin building a multitude of homes in Brooklyn, selling at $6,000 apiece. Furthermore, throughout World War II, Fred Trump constructed FHA-backed housing for US naval personnel near major shipyards along the East Coast.

In 1974 Donald Trump became president of his father’s organization. During the 15 years following his ascension, he expanded and innovated the corporation, buying and branding buildings, golf courses, hotels, casinos, and other recreational facilities. In 1980 he established The Trump Organization to oversee all of his real estate operations.

Trump eventually found himself in serious financial trouble. In 1990, due to excessive leveraging, The Trump Organization revealed that it was $5 billion in debt ($8.8 billion by some estimates), with $1 billion personally guaranteed by Trump himself. The survival of the company was made possible only by a bailout pact agreed upon in August of that same year by some 70 banks, allowing Trump to defer on nearly $1 billion in debt, as well as to take out second and third mortgages on almost all of his properties. If it were not for the collective effort of all banks and parties involved in that 1990 deal, Trump’s business would have gone bankrupt and failed.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:29 PM
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Most American's don't want a rich-elite-corporate-big bank friendly candidate. They want someone who can relate to middle class-poor class issues. Like healthcare-education-crime-taxes-etc, etc. Trump is too much like Romney...just more irritating.

That leaves out Clinton, Bush, Trump and quite a few others.

Not sure why republicans in lower income brackets can even relate to him?



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:41 PM
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originally posted by: Spiramirabilis
a reply to: Vasa Croe


I think the guy is brilliant AND has brilliant campaign personnel.

It's been partly opportunism - he took a few steps and was amply rewarded - so they worked the campaign around that. But - yeah - he's found his hook. Brilliant


They can't understand why their lies are not getting more time on air than his.

And you admire him for this?

I know this is the mudpit. Having a real discussion about all this probably isn't possible

I was hoping to find out why Trump? I wanted to know that people were going to vote for more than a batsh!t crazy kind of moxie

Is that really all it is?


Why Trump? I think the American people need someone that actually talks to them as they want to be talked to. Told the things they are thinking in a straight forward way. I think he does this more than any other candidate.

I like him for his business prowess and actually believe he would be able to cut our debt down and help to make the US more of the vision our founding fathers had, once again.

I know every single candidate has an agenda and has to pander to their constituents and has to help advance those that gave them more money than others and on and on. I actually think that Trump had to do more to get where he is than any other candidate in the running. I am tired of politicians being the only ones in the mix, and Trump is no politician and that is refreshing. While I am sure he has had his fair share of shady business deals, I think he may be exactly what the US needs for the next POTUS right now.

There is not a single other candidate in the race that even stands out or stands up for anything in regards to making the US a better place. Every single one drones on and on about the same stuff. Trump is actually LEADING the discussions and topics by getting to the real questions that real people have....that is something I have yet to see with anyone else in the running.

It is funny to me when people complain that the MSM is causing all the hype about terrorism and economy and blah blah blah, yet fail to see why Trump is killing it right now....it is because he is actually discussing these very topics that are pushed by MSM every day. It is really a smart tactic and he comes across as being sincere to me.

I don't need a classy president....I need one that gets $hit done regardless of class.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:42 PM
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a reply to: sosobad

Ok, you obviously got a good point there, but this piece is not about his starting up period, which his comments were about.



posted on Dec, 22 2015 @ 01:43 PM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

What needs to happen is a cap on campaign spending and donations needs to be instituted (overturn Citizens United). Trump ISN'T the answer to our election woes. He's actually a product of it.




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