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Trump? Are You People That Gullible?

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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 06:34 PM
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News just now that the Trump University case is going to trial - oops.




posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 06:36 PM
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a reply to: UKTruth

Seems like the timing is politically motivated. They are certainly going to start pulling out all the stops to try to stop Trump.

Trump seems confident. He asked for it to go to jury, because he believes the whole thing is a bogus attack.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 06:39 PM
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originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: UKTruth

Seems like the timing is politically motivated. They are certainly going to start pulling out all the stops to try to stop Trump.

Trump seems confident. He asked for it to go to jury, because he believes the whole thing is a bogus attack.



It's only the start - the establishment will not only try to beat him, but ruin him.
It's going to be a rough few months for Trump, but I would assume he expected this.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:01 PM
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People like TV stars and all the other Republicans suck. When your other option is Cruz, I am not surprised Republicans are voting for him.

The two part system sucks. People are more loyal to their party than they are to their religion.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:11 PM
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a reply to: UKTruth

The establishment won't make any overt moves against Trump. They (GOP) runs the risk of alienating millions of GOP voters.

So what they will do is work with the Hillary campaign. They will make it so Hillary is the desirable choice over Trump.

They are already doing it, with the Hillary on-line campaign. People here are even trying to promote Hillary over Trump.

It'll be the establishment vs Trump.

Be ready for some serious social engineering and propaganda.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:21 PM
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a reply to: tigertatzen

I'm not sure I trust your psychological assessment, nor your feelings, which are worth about as much as they weigh. He has done more for other people than all of the other candidates combined.

Does any human being care for everyone else in their country? Has no other human being helped others in order to benefit themselves? It sounds like you're waiting for Jesus to start his long-awaited campaign.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:23 PM
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originally posted by: MrThortan
People like TV stars and all the other Republicans suck. When your other option is Cruz, I am not surprised Republicans are voting for him.

The two part system sucks. People are more loyal to their party than they are to their religion.






posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:26 PM
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originally posted by: seeker1963

originally posted by: MrSpad
Trump has a small loyal group of supporters. You are not going to change their minds, he a brags about it. If nothing he could say or do is going to change their minds nobody else will. However, just as he has his supporters he has much much larger group of haters. Whom also are not going change their minds and suddenly like a guy. If it makes you feel any better you would have better chance of winning the White House as the GOP nominee. If Trump polled like Sanders in the national election polling then you have good reason to worry.


Trump has a SMALL group of loyal supporters? Are you kidding me?

WOW!!!!!


A small majority! LOL



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:27 PM
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The other, safer, option for the establishment is to give lip-service support to Trump, even get him elected! Especially if he has a more establishment minded V.P.. THEN, after the election, work with the left and do everything possible to impeach Trump. Replace him with the more controllable V.P. and avoid an outright GOP mutiny by saying "see, leave the nominee to us...we 'represent' your best interests"....

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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 07:47 PM
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a reply to: nwtrucker

The establishment isn't that smart.

imo



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:02 PM
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a reply to: forthelove

Give me a break.. Danger to the entire planet? Sounds like snowflake theory to me. Bernie is an outright communist and that is a provable fact. Hillary is a traitor, a liar and about as close to a murderer as you can get, again provable facts.

Trump has done nothing but be a successful business man in this great country. Look at what Obama has done to this country. Do you think Trump would be worse? You are delusional at best if that is your theory.

Its people like you that have a real hard time with reality. Nothing is free in this world but the snowflakes think everyone else should pay their way though life. From illegal immigration and building a wall to NATO paying some of the freight, you people think that is sooooo wrong. You think we can pay for everything?

OP=Head in the Sand..



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:25 PM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: tigertatzen

I'm not sure I trust your psychological assessment, nor your feelings, which are worth about as much as they weigh. He has done more for other people than all of the other candidates combined.

Does any human being care for everyone else in their country? Has no other human being helped others in order to benefit themselves? It sounds like you're waiting for Jesus to start his long-awaited campaign.


If I were to make a "psychological assessment" of that buffoon it would take me all day, and I'm pretty picky who and what I waste my time and energy on...believe me, he is not worth it, nor is any other candidate in this circus.

I have not expressed my "feelings", only my opinion, which you are perfectly welcome to disagree with. Your ill-placed attacks on my character however are not welcome nor are they necessary.

Yes, there are people who care about everyone in their country. There are even people who care about everyone in the world. Unfortunately, none of them apparently are currently running for the presidency.

Of course other people have helped others to their own benefit. Other people have lied and deceived others too, just like he did. But we're not talking about them, are we?

We're talking about Donald Trump, the man who is trying to become the President of the United States. The minute he entered the race, he invited himself to be held to a higher standard than other people. If he has a problem with that then he doesn't belong in the White House. Suck it up, Buttercup. He can always drop out.


Finally, I'm sorry to have to tell you this but...Jesus is dead. He died a long time ago, so I'm afraid his "campaign" won't be happening. You didn't mention how long exactly you've been waiting, but death is pretty final...it typically has a fairly poor recovery rate.

However since you mentioned Jesus, I have to say; by all accounts he seemed to have been a pretty nice guy...if he were to run for President, I might actually consider voting for him.

I hear he was a real humanitarian; seemed to care about everyone in the world. Didn't seem to think lying to people was OK either, or exploiting others for his own benefit. He apparently thought everyone deserved the same chances in life and should be treated equally regardless of where they came from. Now, that's a candidate I could see myself supporting.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:48 PM
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If I were to make a "psychological assessment" of that buffoon it would take me all day, and I'm pretty picky who and what I waste my time and energy on...believe me, he is not worth it, nor is any other candidate in this circus.

I have not expressed my "feelings", only my opinion, which you are perfectly welcome to disagree with. Your ill-placed attacks on my character however are not welcome nor are they necessary.

Yes, there are people who care about everyone in their country. There are even people who care about everyone in the world. Unfortunately, none of them apparently are currently running for the presidency.

Of course other people have helped others to their own benefit. Other people have lied and deceived others too, just like he did. But we're not talking about them, are we?

We're talking about Donald Trump, the man who is trying to become the President of the United States. The minute he entered the race, he invited himself to be held to a higher standard than other people. If he has a problem with that then he doesn't belong in the White House. Suck it up, Buttercup. He can always drop out.


Finally, I'm sorry to have to tell you this but...Jesus is dead. He died a long time ago, so I'm afraid his "campaign" won't be happening. You didn't mention how long exactly you've been waiting, but death is pretty final...it typically has a fairly poor recovery rate.

However since you mentioned Jesus, I have to say; by all accounts he seemed to have been a pretty nice guy...if he were to run for President, I might actually consider voting for him.

I hear he was a real humanitarian; seemed to care about everyone in the world. Didn't seem to think lying to people was OK either, or exploiting others for his own benefit. He apparently thought everyone deserved the same chances in life and should be treated equally regardless of where they came from. Now, that's a candidate I could see myself supporting.


Well you did say "I have a feeling...", not "I have an opinion". My mistake I suppose.

You show me someone who cares about everyone in their country or the world and I'll show you a fool. Not only is such a feat impossible in any realistic sense, but it is likely that an assertion such as that is a mere attempt at moral grandstanding. It deteriorates further into hilarity when we ask him to show how he cares instead of merely claiming that he does.

Yes we are talking about Donald Trump, the same man who employs thousands (or "exploits" thousands in far-left rhetoric), and took it upon himself to help others in the very examples I showed. Either way, most of the people calling Trump # are the people who have never met him, and the people who gorge on the tailored and quote-mined sound bites of a sophistical media, while those who do know him love the guy. I wonder who I should believe?
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posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:52 PM
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Changed my mind...not worth it
edit on 26-4-2016 by Assassin82 because: Wasn't worth it.



posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 08:59 PM
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a reply to: forthelove

What about the politicians who are running for president who have voted for, or who have not voted or rallied against, legalized gambling, legalized alcohol, etc.? Why aren't they as culpable?



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 01:11 AM
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Let's recap. We had a terrible POTUS, Duhbya Bush. He lowered the bar and we got an even worse POTUS, an empty suit named Barack Obama. Both are tools of the NWO establishment, only Obama is more of an automaton they created and control completely. So both are traitors to their parties and constituents. Now we have Hillary, the most self serving arrogant incompetent boob so far. Who's only qualification to be elected is that's she's a woman. Forget that she's a liar and is going to do nothing to help the idiots who are gullible enough to support her. She'll sell them out and only make good on promises to attack gun owners and small business owners and to further weaken the middle class. Or we can vote for Trump, a loud mouth who may or may not make good on his wild promises. Or we have Bernie. A left winger with terrible ideas but who would follow through on them and be willing to be proven an idiot. Maybe some of his and Trump's ideas would work, they'd at least have a shot at being attempted. I mean, how can anybody be idiot enough to support Hillary? Is it just ignorance, hatred of those you oppose politically, jealousy of those with more or just that you're fool enough to think you should be given what you want. The country is going to POT, we need somebody who will take a stand for the people and help them rise up against our corrupt leaders. Trump or Sanders, not good choices but the only ones we have.



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 02:54 AM
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originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: tigertatzen


If I were to make a "psychological assessment" of that buffoon it would take me all day, and I'm pretty picky who and what I waste my time and energy on...believe me, he is not worth it, nor is any other candidate in this circus.

I have not expressed my "feelings", only my opinion, which you are perfectly welcome to disagree with. Your ill-placed attacks on my character however are not welcome nor are they necessary.

Yes, there are people who care about everyone in their country. There are even people who care about everyone in the world. Unfortunately, none of them apparently are currently running for the presidency.

Of course other people have helped others to their own benefit. Other people have lied and deceived others too, just like he did. But we're not talking about them, are we?

We're talking about Donald Trump, the man who is trying to become the President of the United States. The minute he entered the race, he invited himself to be held to a higher standard than other people. If he has a problem with that then he doesn't belong in the White House. Suck it up, Buttercup. He can always drop out.


Finally, I'm sorry to have to tell you this but...Jesus is dead. He died a long time ago, so I'm afraid his "campaign" won't be happening. You didn't mention how long exactly you've been waiting, but death is pretty final...it typically has a fairly poor recovery rate.

However since you mentioned Jesus, I have to say; by all accounts he seemed to have been a pretty nice guy...if he were to run for President, I might actually consider voting for him.

I hear he was a real humanitarian; seemed to care about everyone in the world. Didn't seem to think lying to people was OK either, or exploiting others for his own benefit. He apparently thought everyone deserved the same chances in life and should be treated equally regardless of where they came from. Now, that's a candidate I could see myself supporting.


Well you did say "I have a feeling...", not "I have an opinion". My mistake I suppose.

You show me someone who cares about everyone in their country or the world and I'll show you a fool. Not only is such a feat impossible in any realistic sense, but it is likely that an assertion such as that is a mere attempt at moral grandstanding. It deteriorates further into hilarity when we ask him to show how he cares instead of merely claiming that he does.

Yes we are talking about Donald Trump, the same man who employs thousands (or "exploits" thousands in far-left rhetoric), and took it upon himself to help others in the very examples I showed. Either way, most of the people calling Trump # are the people who have never met him, and the people who gorge on the tailored and quote-mined sound bites of a sophistical media, while those who do know him love the guy. I wonder who I should believe?


I am not going to play the tired game of splitting hairs with you. You seem to be basing a lot of your beliefs on assumption, making blanket statements, and taking things out of context. First, you asserted that there aren't people out there who care about everyone in their country. Now it's oh, OK, if there ARE people like that then they're fools for caring about others. That's precisely the attitude that has us in this mess in the first place. Just stop.

Not everyone who has a low opinion of Donald Trump is just gleaning their reasoning from what they hear in the media. You can believe whatever or whomever you please, as is your right. I prefer to believe my father, who knew him personally. He was a pompous jerk then, and that has not changed. No argument you could possibly throw out there is going to sway my opinion on that. Just accept it and move on.



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 04:02 AM
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originally posted by: yes4141

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?


I just thought it was a funny retort.

No derail for me. lol!



posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 04:13 AM
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originally posted by: Sillyolme
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.


Can you post the link to the details where Trump said he is taking from his employees to fund his campaign?
Is it a wage reduction they are taking? Would be interested to read more about what you have found.
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posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 04:15 AM
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That would be illegal.

It's just more BS. I'm not a Trump supporter, but there's this idea among leftists that if you're a rich businessman then you go there by "robbing the worker" of a fair wage. No one has been able to explain to me how this works.
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