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Trump? Are You People That Gullible?

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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 12:21 AM
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a reply to: projectvxn




I wish Paul would have stayed in, but he didn't. You'll notice he hasn't endorsed anyone for POTUS. Neither will I.


I'm really hoping he doesn't endorse anyone this time around since his endorsement of Romney made me lose much of the respect I had for him.




posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 12:30 AM
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originally posted by: LDragonFire
a reply to: forthelove

I don't think there gullible at all I think there pissed off at establishment statues quo of everything, they think he is the best chance to change things for the better.

I disagree with them, but I'm still pissed off about the statues quo of everything.


I am very pissed off at the status quo and have been for years. However, you do not see me rallying behind a completely ignorant moron whose rhetoric is about as engaging as that of a 4 year old mid-tantrum.

Yeah, I'd love to actually see a real outsider come in and truly rock the boat. Trump is no "outsider", and rather than rock the boat, he has turned it into a cheap carnival cruise. Complete with circus freak show.


(post by Synesthesiac removed for a manners violation)

posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 12:39 AM
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a reply to: yes4141



Everyone knows that if he didn't have such wealth he certainly wouldn't be up there; it's the thing which counters almost every point he attempts to make, every similarity he tries to draw upon and every "inspirational tale of entrepreneurship".


I'm not sure if you've noticed, but it takes a ton of money to run for president. It's either you take out loans and accept campaign donations which will require "favors" in the future or your rich and finance yourself. Now which of the two do you think will have to pander to the special interest groups?



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 12:51 AM
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um so what is your actual point. you didnt reference any actual facts about why trump is as bad as you believe him to be? talking about addictions and stuff?? like are you saying he caused people to become addicts? so how about the thousands of people hes employed?



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 01:01 AM
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Nevermind, not worth it.
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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 02:31 AM
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a reply to: forthelove

This is typical. How does one "cause" others to do those things? This is the typical millenial attitude, someone else's fault, someone else's responsibility, someone else's problem. Someone else will pay for it. Someone else will do it. It's always someone else. I am going to stretch here and guess that you are a Bernie supporter?

When did we let personal responsibility die in this country?



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 03:57 AM
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a reply to: forthelove
From here in the UK we can't quite believe how Trump has brainwashed so many in the US. I have yet to here one single UK person saying anything good about Trump and that is across the political spectrum. Something folks should consider. I'm not telling the US how to vote but to think a minute, if people outside the US from the far left to the far right of politics have nothing good to say about him then there has to be something very seriously wrong.

What astonishes me is his business record. Look at the money he sucked out of hard working people and struggling companies in order to finance his lifestyle.His companies went bankrupt owning billions. Think about it for christs sake where did the billions owed come from ? It comes from workers and companies supplying the trump businesses which they have to write off meanwhile his personal wealth continued to grow. It's legal company theft pure and simple.

Jesus H how gullible do you have to be ?



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 05:00 AM
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originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: forthelove
From here in the UK we can't quite believe how Trump has brainwashed so many in the US. I have yet to here one single UK person saying anything good about Trump and that is across the political spectrum. Something folks should consider. I'm not telling the US how to vote but to think a minute, if people outside the US from the far left to the far right of politics have nothing good to say about him then there has to be something very seriously wrong.

What astonishes me is his business record. Look at the money he sucked out of hard working people and struggling companies in order to finance his lifestyle.His companies went bankrupt owning billions. Think about it for christs sake where did the billions owed come from ? It comes from workers and companies supplying the trump businesses which they have to write off meanwhile his personal wealth continued to grow. It's legal company theft pure and simple.

Jesus H how gullible do you have to be ?



You make it sound like Trump walked around with a clown vacuum cleaner scooping up money from all the peons of the country.
All the money comes from buying and selling products and services. Nobody gave Trump anything without getting something in trade and vice versa. It's just common economics at work, not felony thefts.
The truly gullible and masochistic people are the ones that voted for Obama and his ilk. And guess why 99 percent of them did? Pure selfishness and personal greed based on all those promises Obama made to give people something they didn't work for, or taking it from someone by force of illegal taxes and then promising to give it to them, BUT NOT ACTUALLY DOING IT.

Because Obama never keeps promises and never intended to. He relies on peoples lack of scruples to get them on-board, and then doesn't deliver because he already got that vote so the voter becomes useless to him after that

That is the new modern definition of gullible, which is synonymous with Obama voter.

My point is that the lessons in gullibility have been ongoing and repeating since about 8 years ago, so using Trump as an example of this is not only redundant, it is ridiculous as it is irrelevant.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 05:11 AM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: forthelove




He has shown that he is incapable of empathy. He has demonstrated his greed. And yet, here we are on the precipice of giving him carte blanch to inflict his narcissism on an entire planet. As if he has not already done enough damage.


What about the time Trump picked up a sick boy in his jet so that a child could get medical attention across the country?

What about the time Trump payed off someone’s mortgage because her husband committed suicide?

What about the time Trump let Jennifer Hudson stay at Trump tower rent free in order to grieve after her family was killed?

Now compare these to any other candidate. What a real piece of # he is, eh?



Yeah a piece of work.

And helping that Sgt. Tahmooressi in the mexican jail, with money to get him started, that no one in the govt was helping to get out?

Lots of stories about him helping people no one hears about.

Compare him with the list of real bodies the clintons have racked up.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 05:28 AM
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Since Ted Cruz is Canadian, I wonder if hes one of the first on Trumps deport list? Im persoanlly not a fan of Trump as he has used the taxpayers many times to bail him out of economic turmoil... of course his rallies outting all the racist groups and people in communities have been pretty benicifical to the NSA, PRISM, the FBI and the CIA im sure... so obviously no issue with seeing the great divide that "Moses" has been parting through the country.

The corporatist that make up the other side? Well, one has a position of power keeping her from federal charges... and the other to even have a snowball chance with the corrupt system, had to drop being an Independent and make some concessions... obviously, speaking about Mr. Sanders which is likely going to attempt the reform; the system greatly needs in order to have freedom restored, ethics at the forefront, and oust all the corruption that is so entrenched... it is going to take every person working in politics, voting in politics to keep voicing and taking interest in the reform it so desparately needs... im sure both sides including the extremes on those sides know it needs that reform and balance... a two party system is one of extremes as 3rd party due to the republic representative vote in days when all voices couldnt be counted was needed... but with technology all voices now can be?.. and in an attempt to unite better with the world in the name of peace?

The real fight is obvious; and not just contained within borders of county, state, country... as all people are esentially equal when theres understanding and compassion and empathy in an attempt to communicate and move forward as a whole world, and hey... perhaps on into space and out of caves and bomb shelters yelling: "Henny Penny, the sky of falling!" out of paranoia or those capitalizing on that paranoia and perpetuating that paranoia by preying on peoples fear, and insecurities out of a choice of their belief. Why let belief be used against you to divide and control, use it against others to divide and control? Yeah hate can be a real money maker for the greedy, those already living high off the hog... but obviously, its a downward spiral and water slides are a bit more fun for that sort of spiral arent they? Not one in your locality... oh hey theres some industry just waiting to be tapped.

I read that a Saudi prince is talking about removing their own oil dependence by the past price fixing, and deversifying and I think thats a great thing... lots of sand around, talk about a ton of glass, tile, and other material construction that could be exported and put to use. There are obviously needs for such locally too, and I am sure some artisians of very fine quality can grow out of it...

Solutions are the key to a peaceful world, competition of quality and cost instead of conglomerates and monopolies are what actually benefit people, so its nice to see other avenues being explored towards stability and understanding, away from extremist ideologies that solves really nothing but more death, fear, hunger, pain, and misery. Reminds me of when the US was pressuring Russia... Democracy democracy, well russia said alright democracy... now what? Where did the US go... what should we now trade etc. so its obvious that home grown DIY ethic and arts and sciences can be industry viable locally and globally... jobs tsk tsk youve a hobby why not use it? and then all lands become one of opportunity... and equal and free and peaceful and respectful of culture and appreciation of how each culture evolved and expressed their identity as a value of human history and understanding.

Obviously, lots of work to do in joining together... the easiest work to do is talk hate in separation and greed and walk off leaving others to do work worth doing, while children fight in senseless wars generation after generation solving nothing but achieving more and more separatism and perpetuating more and more ignorance instead of understanding and pathways to peace.





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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 05:49 AM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: BatheInTheFountain

And it's a beautiful Death Star, it's great, the greatest!




And it's YUUUUUUUUUUUUGE!!!



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:56 AM
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originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: forthelove
From here in the UK we can't quite believe how Trump has brainwashed so many in the US. I have yet to here one single UK person saying anything good about Trump and that is across the political spectrum. Something folks should consider. I'm not telling the US how to vote but to think a minute, if people outside the US from the far left to the far right of politics have nothing good to say about him then there has to be something very seriously wrong.

What astonishes me is his business record. Look at the money he sucked out of hard working people and struggling companies in order to finance his lifestyle.His companies went bankrupt owning billions. Think about it for christs sake where did the billions owed come from ? It comes from workers and companies supplying the trump businesses which they have to write off meanwhile his personal wealth continued to grow. It's legal company theft pure and simple.

Jesus H how gullible do you have to be ?



It's a presidential candidate that may or may not get get nominated or even elected for that matter. People are so easily influenced by headlines that control the narrative and these are the people talking about others being brainwashed.

Has your country gone crazy? Whats wrong with you to allow your politicians to have your nation to lose its identity? Are you that gullible? Muhammed has taken over as the most popular name over George. Worry about yourself, we'll be fine.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:59 AM
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originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: forthelove
From here in the UK we can't quite believe how Trump has brainwashed so many in the US. I have yet to here one single UK person saying anything good about Trump and that is across the political spectrum. Something folks should consider. I'm not telling the US how to vote but to think a minute, if people outside the US from the far left to the far right of politics have nothing good to say about him then there has to be something very seriously wrong.

What astonishes me is his business record. Look at the money he sucked out of hard working people and struggling companies in order to finance his lifestyle.His companies went bankrupt owning billions. Think about it for christs sake where did the billions owed come from ? It comes from workers and companies supplying the trump businesses which they have to write off meanwhile his personal wealth continued to grow. It's legal company theft pure and simple.

Jesus H how gullible do you have to be ?



Thank God we decide our country's direction based on what the UK thinks. We wouldn't want to offend another predominately Muslim country.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:51 AM
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a reply to: BatheInTheFountain

All of the above.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:58 AM
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a reply to: carewemust

Very preceptive that Trump is a business person and the other four have been in government for decades
Gee I wonder who would be better to do government work ???
The one who's never lifted a finger or the other hard working Americans?
No experience vs decades of experience???
Hmm which is better? It's so hard to decide.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 09:06 AM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: carewemust

Very preceptive that Trump is a business person and the other four have been in government for decades
Gee I wonder who would be better to do government work ???
The one who's never lifted a finger or the other hard working Americans?
No experience vs decades of experience???
Hmm which is better? It's so hard to decide.


Ya, hard to decide.

The one funding their own campaign or the one who is answerable to Wall Street because they fund her campaign and she won't even release transcripts of her highly paid speeches to them?



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 09:09 AM
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a reply to: BigBrotherDarkness

OMG
Are we going to reopen a freakin birther issue again. Like the moronic movement that totally failed with Obama???



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 09:14 AM
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a reply to: UnBreakable

He's billing himself for the campaign which means the people who work for Trump in hotels and casinos and apartment buildings are paying for it. Please don't be blind . He's his own super Pac but he's not taking money out of his own pocket. He as much as said so.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: UnBreakable

originally posted by: yorkshirelad
a reply to: forthelove
From here in the UK we can't quite believe how Trump has brainwashed so many in the US. I have yet to here one single UK person saying anything good about Trump and that is across the political spectrum. Something folks should consider. I'm not telling the US how to vote but to think a minute, if people outside the US from the far left to the far right of politics have nothing good to say about him then there has to be something very seriously wrong.

What astonishes me is his business record. Look at the money he sucked out of hard working people and struggling companies in order to finance his lifestyle.His companies went bankrupt owning billions. Think about it for christs sake where did the billions owed come from ? It comes from workers and companies supplying the trump businesses which they have to write off meanwhile his personal wealth continued to grow. It's legal company theft pure and simple.

Jesus H how gullible do you have to be ?



Thank God we decide our country's direction based on what the UK thinks. We wouldn't want to offend another predominately Muslim country.


Oh no! Another person who can't understand how discussion works! Look how he threw a grenade into the conversation to completely derail it! Masterful.

Freedom of religion?

Imagine a large mass of people coming to a country and completely sidelining the aboriginal people and their culture to replace it with their own pious religious dogma?!?
Wouldn't that be just Awful?



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