posted on Jan, 21 2016 @ 03:37 PM
I could never bring myself to vote for Trump.
"he's got the globalists running scared!"
I'm sorry, I'm just not buying it. The man opens his mouth and lies, hatred, and ego fall from his mouth.
Anyway, a friend of mine recently showed me a video of Trump and his absolute appraisal of The Wicked Witch. His words, not mine, "Typically the
economy does better under Democrat presidencies," I have absolutely NO idea how someone can actually see him as being an "outsider."
Then again, while spending upwards of ten hours in hospital waiting rooms over the last few weeks, I'm not buying Trump's BS. He is being hailed by
the media for being an "outsider," and it literally played like a trailer for Batman v. Superman - CNN especially just wouldn't stop talking about the
"battle between insiders and outsiders."
Sorry, folks - I'm just not buying this bread and circus show. I know many people who have unfettered support for Trump, just recently my mother told
me "he has balls, it's what we need to take our country back!," upon asking her what exactly "it is," they we need to take back, how we plan on
"taking it back," the dialogue quickly shifted to the good-ol "he's a businessman, not a politician," as if there is any sort of difference.
Alan Greenspan and Zbigniew Brezenski aren't "career politicians," and have arguably done just as much damage as the imaginary "career politicians,"
(who are these people? Can we have specifics, please?) that people so vehemently villify.
Anyway - I wouldn't call Trump a "Nazi," although his ideals that trash the 1st amendment are pretty troubling... but I digress, for whenever
Republican presidencies pass legislation that violate our Consitutional rights (Patriot Act, domestic NSA surveillance), there is hardly a peep from
There's something that doesn't sit right with me about Trump. Whether it be him suggesting he would date his daughter, his unparalleled love for
himself and his business, the constant gloating/bragging about how smart he is, suggesting Muslims self-identify by wearing special patches,
suggesting building a wall to keep Mexicans out and have Mexicans pay for it, his very Orwellian take on "I love war, I'm actually pretty good at
war," and his inability to take any sort of criticism with integrity, I just don't see Trump is being a calm and collected individual who actually
cares about the 300+ million Americans.
I've heard it before, "Trump represents the average American more than any other candidate."
LOL - where's my small loan of a million dollars (adjusted for inflation, how many millions is it in 2016 dollars?) for pops - and I'm nearly positive
I haven't declared bankruptcy four times, and I have never been divorced.
*Insert something here about the presidential candidate that lived in a three-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn.
More so than Donald Trump, his fanbase and supporters are what truly worry me. I said the same thing about Obummer, people voting because they like
what the candidate has to say - rather than supporting a candidate based on how they stand on an issue or policy.
Trump may be a businessman, but I don't know, personally I wouldn't consider to be a country with 300+ million individuals from a myriad of cultural
background to be a "business," but I digress.
I'm pretty stoked about this wall Trump is going to build, and as I've said before - a very simple search can inform one of the number of illegals
that come through other ventures as opposed to the "Mexican border," but - I personally am stoked to see a wall being built straight up into the
stratosphere and down to the core of the Earth to prevent airplane/underground tunneling into the United States.
I've become so disappointed with the state of American politics - that at this point, who honestly cares? We have a megalomaniac, a "Communist," as
people say, a woman that's committed crimes that would land any one of us in Federal prison, a guy that believes that the pyramids were to store some
dude from the Bibles grain, another woman that rides off of the back of her dead child to push an "anti-drug," stance (although her child succumbed to
legal drugs), we have one guy who was born in Canada (this was a big deal in '08, suddenly it's all good?), an obese man who preaches about
addictions/health, Jeb Bush (nuff said), and another guy who looks like he just graduated high school (Rubio).
Rand Paul isn't even mentioned - I wonder why that is - it's honestly beyond a joke at this point in time.
I sure do envy the optimism some have in thinking that Trump is the antithesis of "the establishment." I could waste my time providing a few links of
Donnie talking about how much he supports not only Bill but also Hilary Clinton, and the MANY instances in which he's suggested he leans more towards
Democrat, but I'm not wasting my time lol.
Donnie has flip-flopped on virtually every issue - prime example, the Ted Cruz birther non-sense. Trump said awhile back that he had all of his people
check out Cruz's paperwork and that he's fine to run for president - and again, Trump's words, not mine; "It wasn't really an issue until he started
doing well," then - of course, Trump goes on the offensive to attack Cruz and his "ineligibility," to run for President.
In my opinion, he is absolutely no different than the vast majority of media-whores, it doesn't matter if he's a "career politician," the guy has some
issues if you ask me.
"Unconsciously or consciously every woman flirted with me on The Apprenctice. That was to be expected."
"If you're really, really, really smart - like me,"
"And it doesn't take a genius - even though I am a genius,"
"I hit him with a PADLOCK!... and his name was BOB!"
"From what I've seen, the economy typically does better under Democrat presidencies,"
"I'm a big fan of Hilary - she gets things done, and I've been a friend to Bill for many years,"
"I'm going to build a wall, and it will be a Great Wall,"
Oh - and making fun of a disabled reporters physical handicap?
Hahahahahah, Trump is truly "making America great again," alright. If Trump does get the election, I guarantee that within four years all of those who
have kissed his feet will be the first to start preaching about how "we need to get that bum out of office," or - Obama will be blamed for everything
that happens within the next presidency.
My favorite excuse from Trump supporters is how he is a "capitalist," and how he represents a "free market."
You mean the "free market," in which some banking institutions were "too big to fail," and therefore were bailed out by tax-payer funded money? This
is called corporate welfare, and it directly contradicts a "free market," sort of how those who self-identify as a certain religion are protected
under the 1st amendment (1st clause), and it's Unconsitutional to force them to wear special badges to self-identify.
Could you imagine the outrage if someone proposed that all Christains self-identify by wearing special patches due to Christain extremism and
violence? And yes - it does happen, all over the world. South Africa?