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originally posted by: awareness10
a reply to: FullBloodedNative
Er no, you're not posting FACTS at all. What Fin'g facts did you Post? I don't see any?
If anyone is getting their panties in a knot it ain't me I'm not even Voting, i'm just analyzing those who can't read and pretend to have all their ducks in a row, which you don't by the way.
So, watch the Vid and then spout off what you will until then you're just spouting for the sake of spouting.
btw, i think you left your panties at the ATS outdoor, to your left just in case you needed them
Sen. Marco Rubio said businessman Donald Trump inherited $100 million from his father for his business, while Trump said he started with only $1 million. Both are stretching the facts.
Trump claimed the government could save “hundreds of billions of dollars in waste” through negotiating prescription drug prices. But that’s well above the entire yearly spending for Medicare Part D.
Trump grossly exaggerated the U.S. trade deficit with China, and falsely claimed that the U.S. runs a trade deficit with “every country.”
Trump repeated a bogus claim that the wife of a 9/11 terrorist left the U.S. two days prior to the 2001 attacks and that she “knew exactly what was happening.”
Trump said he was “always against going into Iraq.” He was an early critic of the war, but there is no record of him speaking against the war before it started.
Trump claimed that Trump University has an “A” rating from the Better Business Bureau, but the last rating we could find was a “D-.”
Trump falsely claimed that Rubio was the first person who ever disparaged the size of Trump’s hands. Vanity Fair‘s editor did so more than 25 years ago.
Businessman Donald Trump flip-flopped on making his tax returns public, one year after saying he would “certainly” release returns if he ran for president. Trump also made the dubious claim that he “can’t” release them while being audited.
Trump said Sen. Marco Rubio was “totally wrong” to claim that Trump had to pay a million dollars as a fine for hiring workers who were in the country illegally. Rubio wasn’t totally wrong. Trump lost a $1 million lawsuit and then settled on appeal for an undisclosed sum.
Cruz said that Trump favored the U.S. intervention in Libya that led to the removal of Moammar Gadhafi from power. Trump denied having said that, but Cruz was right. Cruz claimed that Sen. Harry Reid favors Trump because “he can cut a deal with him.” But Reid has denounced Trump as a “hateful demagogue.”
Trump wrongly claimed that Americans “pay more personal tax” than residents anywhere in the world. In 2014, the U.S. wasn’t even in the top 10 of industrialized nations in terms of tax revenues as a percentage of GDP or per capita.
Trump claimed he was beating Hillary Clinton “badly” in two polls. He’s barely ahead in one and narrowly trails in the other.
Trump said he wasn’t proposing to build a wall along the U.S.-Canadian border because it’s “about four times longer” than the border with Mexico. Actually, it’s less than three times longer.
Under the Iran nuclear deal, "we give them $150 billion, we get nothing."
Common Core is "education through Washington D.C."
"GDP was zero essentially for the last two quarters."
Says the man who rushed the stage at him in Dayton, Ohio, "had chatter about ISIS, or with ISIS" in his social media posts.
originally posted by: Bobaganoosh
a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
I should have just worked a new reply instead of editing my previous.
I think we are past pacifism...
What I can't understand is why people are still caught up in the left vs right crap?
originally posted by: stinkelbaum
had obama given the go ahead for a few nuclear reactors at the site instead of solar, would you be happier?
originally posted by: burgerbuddy
originally posted by: FelisOrion
You do know Donald had four business ventures that failed? Sigh, never mind.
I'm sure Donald is the man for the job!
How many didn't "fail"?