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It's Time To Dump The Trump and How We Can Do It!

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 12:38 AM
a reply to: RomeByFire

Donald Trump has indeed mocked a disabled reporter in a most disgusting and demeaning manner, and the equally corrupt media sent images of this shameless act all over the country in order to boost their own ratings. Good point!

Trump indeed has contributed to the Clinton Foundation and supported Hillary Clinton while now whistling a different tune when he is about to confront her as a political opponent. Good point!

As you also comment, Trump promises to clean up corruption when he, himself, has been totally corrupt, and he claims to be anti establishment when he has sucked up to politicians and given many of them money by his own admission because it was "good for business." He also claimed that he declared multiple bankruptcies as well because they made money for him and it also was " good for business." This despite the fact that each bankruptcy resulted in hundreds of lost jobs among his employees at the bankrupt casinos he owned and shut down.

His many scams concerning seniors renting apartments from him, the Trump University scam for which he is going to trial, and the scams arising from the Trump Modeling Agency are other examples of this con artist and corrupt businessman's actions.
The toxic atmosphere Trump has created and his encouraging of violence by supporters against protesters at his rallies is a clear example of his disdain for the First Amendment rights of free speech and assembly.

I want to thank you, RomeByFire, for your most eloquent post in which you made all the necessary comments about this would be dictator and fascist megalomaniac, Donald Trump. Thank you as well for mentioning that this buffoon is finally being seen for what he is around the country, especially by women, per the latest National polls indicating that "The Donald" will suffer a huge electoral landslide defeat at the hands of Hillary Clinton in the fall.
edit on 26-3-2016 by kendix1960 because: Corrected punctuation error.

edit on 26-3-2016 by kendix1960 because: corrected a spelling error

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:20 AM

originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: MrSpad

Does it make you Feel Better that a Criminal such as Hillary is Polling higher than Mr. Trump among People Without a Freakin' Clue Voters ? Do you actually Believe that will Still be the case come November 2016 ? Who knows , Hillary could be Indited and in Jail by then .

Frankly I would prefer another choice but, Trump would be a disaster for the nation. And its not just Clinton, Sanders crushes Trump the same way but, he has a hard road to get the nomination. Frankly the DNC could run anybody and they would win. And can you blame people? When you look at Trumps history do you really think anybody is going to care about the technicalities of post classifications of emails? We talking about technicalities of regulations that are vague at best. And frankly nobody goes to jail over things like that.

The problem for Trump is he has tapped into the poorly educated, lower income and angry white male group and catered to them. Telling them the position they are in is all somebody else's fault. And then he riled those people up into believing he was going to give them the power to change all that just by him saying it. His low brow attacks on everybody encouraged his supporters to follow his lead. If he shows no respect to anybody or for anything why should they. So now he has small loud angry group that he has no idea how to control and nation that more and more hates him and everything he represents.

Of course the GOP knows all this and they will likely make a move to keep him from the nomination. As Trumps numbers get worse.

And the thing about Trump is has not added new support. He still retains the same level of support in the GOP as he did when their were a dozen candidates as people have dropped out those people have gone to anybody but, Trump. That is unheard of. While outside the GOP he grow more and more disliked everyday. The reason people do not run like Trump has is that to win the White House to have to win the moderates which is most of the nation. Once you alienate them you are doomed.

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:45 AM
a reply to: MrSpad

Thank you, Mr. Spad, for your excellent well taken comments concerning Donald Trump. The RNC would surely run any other candidate if they could and likely will have more incentive to dump him as his poll numbers get worse and worse. He has surely alienated the moderates and independents any candidate must have in the general election in order to have any chance at the required electoral college majority needed to win the Presidency. The latest poll from RealClear Politics has Clinton beating Trump by a 51% to 40% margin. That would be an electoral landslide for Clinton and a crushing defeat for the Trump brand and for the entire Republican Party.

Trump has used fear to tap into the uneducated under employed portion of the electorate who are seeking someone they think is tough and who will turn things around for them. They have overlooked the fact that this racist buffoon and megalomaniac has no viable policies with which to help them and no clue how to implement any policies even if he had any.

It is my hope that by the time the California Republican Primary takes place in June the folks there will have seen the further erosion of Trump's brand and vote for Gov. Kasich of Ohio instead of for Trump. Given the resulting brokered convention in July, the RNC will do everything possible to urge the delegates to nominate a candidate who will defeat the dishonest and disingenuous Hillary Clinton in the general election next November. The polls show Gov. Kasich would beat Clinton by 11%. The same margin by which Trump would lose!

In any event, Kasich is quite simply the best candidate out there for the office of President of the United States by reason of temperament, experience, and a thorough knowledge of all the issues, both foreign and domestic.

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 01:40 PM
a reply to: kendix1960

Thank you kendix1960, MrSpad, & RomeByFire! You giys are on my same eave lenghth. You have expressed my same sentiments perfectly.

It kills me to hear & see that Trumpster boast, brag, bully & demean. He has never had one intelligent remark to add to any conversation. It is always about himself or to put others down to make himself feel even greater.

I find him to be a despicable human being. He sets a very poor example for those who seem to be entralled by his behavior & see him being praised for it. This is a man running for the highest office in our land. Is this the message we want to send to our young & impressionable or to those with tendencies like his own, or to our nation & to the world. This type of behavior is deplorable & only serves to divide & destroy.

At this point I only see Govenor Kasich as right right man for the office of president. He has tried & true experience in many areas of government. He understands the major problems we are facing & has good solutions. I also find him to be intelligent, sincere & very presidential. He has my vote if only he can make it that far!!!

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:26 PM
a reply to: onequestion

Insulting language used on this site as you have done only reflects poorly on yourself and serves to diminish your own credibility.

I suggest you look into Trump's own admission that he has given much money to politicians because it was good for business. He obviously expected something in return. He even gave money to Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation.

Wonder what Trump expected in return when he scammed students out of their tuition money to attend the non accredited "Trump University" to teach them how to do well in the real estate market? He was sued and the case has been ordered to trial by an appellate court. Or what he expected when he scammed many young women with his "Trump Modeling Agency"? Or when he bilked seniors out of their money regarding apartment rentals? Or how he felt about the hundreds of employees at his casinos when he declared bankruptcy multiple times costing these innocent people their jobs and again said "it was good for business and I made money each time."
You think this fellow isn't corrupt himself? His separate agenda and con artistry are certainly not going to do America any good should he reach the White House.

As far as the M.E. is concerned, Isis started a war against Western Civilization and values and they mean to kill us. We didn't start that war but we MUST win it.
edit on 26-3-2016 by kendix1960 because: Removed some words for clariity, added others, and corrected some puntuation errors.

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:31 PM
a reply to: MrSpad

Unless people are captured and being tortuted who are involved in intelligence, AS WE SPEAK

, because HUMAN INTEL was on those emails, someone DID hack into the server and spread what he found far and wide to cover his ass.

People wont care like the intelligence community will.

They may ask for blood if they dont get JUSTICE.

Just saying, the investigation is on going, and the intelligence community is PISSED,not like just upset......AT WAR angry.

They have reasons we dont know YET.

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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 02:51 PM
a reply to: kendix1960

Oh god please.

That moron vote our jobs out of this country just like the rest of these corrupt morons.

That's right I'm using insults because it's well deserved.

Anyone who ships 12 million jobs out of this country isn't getting my vote and deserved to be fired and banned from politics and possibly tried for treason for corruption.

Funny the first thing you did was attack my character talking about how I attack someone with insults!

Hypocrit much?
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posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 03:12 PM

originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: RomeByFire

" I'll be honest - I don't feel like finding the link for you, but did you hear what Trump had to say regarding libel laws and suing journalists? "

Defamation Of Character is a Criminal Offense . The Media must abide by the Same Laws the People do . Mr. Trump was just Pointing that Out there .

Who is your Alternative to Mr. Trump then as President ? It would have to be Someone who will Inherit a Boat Load of Problems facing our Nation today and have the Ability to somehow Solve them . Last time i checked , no one presently Fits that Bill running for the Highest Office in the Land . Trump is the Next Best Thing to someone like that IMO .

Who would my alternative"S" be, you ask?

John McCafee, Gary Johnson, Rand Paul, I'd absolutely take Bernie over Trump.

Thing is - I'm not under the impression that it is the sole duty of the president to "solve things," as you so simply put it.

Politics is much, much more complex than that and I've never been one to put much faith into a single man or woman, even if they hold the title of POTUS - and for good reason, there exists checks & balances that, in theory anyway, prevent such actions as say a president having absolute authority - although I will admit there is much in the realm of politics I am simply not educated on.

I agree with your statement that no one fits the bill for POTUS out of our current candidates, albeit Bernie Sanders could easily prove to be a candidate that truly is for the people - but don't misconstrue me, I don't agree with many of his stances, in particular immigration but I digress.

And I absolutely understand the concept of libel - but the way Trump presented it was... ridiculous. I'm paraphrasing but Don boasts about how he is going to sue the crap out of someone because he has the best lawyers, he's going to sue them like they've never been sued before!

Shortly thereafter, Donald's own son partook in libel by peddling (sharing on social media) memes that were distorted and a flat-out defamation of character - yet nary a peep emerged.

Trump, as others have mentioned, mocked a disabled man - how is this not defamation of character? Not necessarily libel, but Trump is going to be a pouty baby and "sue the crap out of someone," if someone says something negative about him, yet he is untouchable when mocking a disabled man?

I have tried to understand the appeal of Trump, but it's all but lost on me - he's a former TELEVISED ACTOR, and yet he is somehow not representative of others who have made a living off of carefully-scripted televised events.

To say that Trump is anti-establishment in my opinion is wishful thinking, I just am not buying it.

Zbigniew Brezenski - a man who is RARELY discussed on ATS - in Montreal in 2010, said and I quote, "For the first time in human history, mankind is politically awake."

Not even six years later, "the political establishment is being shaken up!," and the very mainstream media that was once so denounced on ATS is carrying and broadcasting this message - and is raising zero flags for some. If Trump were anti-establishment, they wouldn't give him ANY airtime within media... as is the case with Ron/Rand Paul.

We have shifted from a community that had a general consensus that our votes ultimately don't matter and we have little say in policy, to where we are know parading for candidates who are going to single-handedly accomplish all of these impossible tasks.

It absolutely amazes me at how some say, "Bernie has been in politics for 'x' amount of years and hasn't accomplished anything!," well - not only is that not true, but ONE PERSON cannot accomplish or alleviate a myriad of different tasks - and then these same people turn around and parade Trump for his fabricated ability to "shake things up in D.C.!," single-handedly.

To put it bluntly, there are plenty of other candidates that are much more for to be POTUS - the television certainly won't entertain the idea of them - but to quote Dr. Ron Paul, "in the age of information ignorance is a choice."

Americans made their choice long, long ago - and now,it is the whiny and entitled young-un's who get to deal with the fallout of unsustainable national deficits and a populace that is generally apathetic towards political affairs that has led to unprecedented levels of corruption that exist within and plague our nation.

Back in the early '50's, the U.S. Government granted Nazi scientists amnesty in order to work under military projects. Operation Northwoods, the Tuskegee Experiments, "The Octopus", the murder of Fred Hampton - how many people openly discuss topics such as these?

posted on Mar, 26 2016 @ 03:17 PM
a reply to: onequestion

Trump has a line of clothing made in China and and Mexico and has never brought the manufacture of those clothes to our country. Who is the hypocrit? Obvious we're not on the same page. That is O.K. We have a right to disagree. We're Americans! Let's just call it a day and move on.

posted on Apr, 25 2016 @ 03:14 PM
a reply to: Muse7:

The Republican Primaries tomorrow, especially in Pennsylvania, the May 3rd Indiana Republican Primary, and the June 7th Republican Primary will go a long way to determine whether Trump can be prevented from reaching majority before the convention in July.

If we do get the brokered convention as anticipated, the delegates can chose a candidate as an alternative to both Trump and Cruz who can beat Clinton in the national Election in November, and all the polls show that John Kasich is the only one who can do it.

Lets all hope we can still "Dump The Trump,"and then we can elect Governor John Kasich of Ohio who just happens to be the best choice for America by a wide margin, both domestically and internationally, of all the candidates out there today!

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