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Trump disagrees with every position held by Trump. A video montage of Trump exposing Trump.

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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 02:39 AM
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A nice montage here of Donald Trump disagreeing with himself on a multitude of topics.

Very easy to follow, and I recommend watching it in its entirety.

Before the 'what about Hillary?' crowd arrive, yes, I'm sure you can find plenty of things she has flip flopped on, but this thread's on Trump, and it's a lot of fun to watch.

Caution, there is offensive language in this clip.



If you think the clips have been altered, dubbed, or otherwise falsified or taken out of context, there are a collection of links here.

sites.google.com...

Enjoy

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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 02:57 AM
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a reply to: cuckooold

I wonder If people will address Trump and his comments this time? Nah deflect on Hilary I bet.
He is no different though to any politician lies, says what he wants to look good at the time.
But vote him in please gonna be sooooo funny.
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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:00 AM
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a reply to: cuckooold

This is golden. This is exactly what I've been telling the red team for months. And this is not a case of a man changing his mind. This is an actor playing a part for your vote. And the fix is in. I believe he will win. And nothing he's promised will come to pass. And the idiots that voted for him won't notice or care, just like Obama voters. I would also try to convince Hillary voters against their choice, since she sucks too, but I've never seen one. And its not about who sucks less, people! It's about not giving legitimacy to obvious misfits for office. I have never, WILL NEVER vote for Coke OR Pepsi.








posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:04 AM
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a reply to: MayanBoricua

Obvious plant is obvious.
Open your eyes people.
So correct that last pic.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:36 AM
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a reply to: cuckooold

Well I know he thought removing saddam was a mistake and believed we needed to go back and correct our mistake. So I don't think that changed. And I would say his position hasn't changed on abortion even though people like to play the game he did. He was asked if a law states aboration was illegal what would happen. He fell for a trap basically he believes in rule of law as he stated. So if abortion were made illegal he said there would have to be some kind of punishment.

But if you don't take that part out of context and instead watch thr whole interview. What he actually says us he believes that is a matter to be decided by states and not the federal govt. His beliefs were not asked other than his belief that the gov't should not be making decisions on it in the first place.

As for the rest taken out of context look I don't like Trump but this is just wrong. I have been watching the press attack Trump to the point of being silly. I read a piece in the new York times where they said thr press can't remain neutral it's there job to expose Trump to save us all. So the press is actively attacking Trump and little they say can be trusted.

I'll make it simple he's not a Nazi if you beliebe he is you don't know what a Nazi is. He doesn't hate women you can look at his company for proof. He's has women in the highest positions in his company for decades. In fact he was one of the first huge companies to do so.

No he disn't want to round up Muslims he said that we should stop bringing them on the country until we can vet them to make sure they aren't a threat. Yes he says incredibly stupid things to the point I have to wonder if he can handle the job. Still making my determination. As of now probably vote 3rd party but will see if Trump can figure out how to play the game.

The reason I'm even giving him a shot is thr constant attaxk by thr press I hate when people try to rig the vote and don't kid yourself that is exactly what thr press is doing I have never seen this in my life. Where you aware there is a trial going on about donations from China to the clintons? Of course you didn't the prest isn't covering it. Hiw about the fact that her emails exposed an asset we had in Iran. And the Email scandal had Trump done thus he would be in jail.
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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:44 AM
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Better to be a murderer and stick to your guns - pun intended.. than to be someone willing to change when things change.

I got ya..

And kids who learn from their mistakes are also retards or something....

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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:44 AM
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originally posted by: dragonridr
I'll make it simple he's not a Nazi if you beliebe he is you don't know what a Nazi is. He doesn't hate women you can look at his company for proof. He's has women in the highest positions in his company for decades. In fact he was one of the first huge companies to do so.


I don't think he's a nazi. I don't think those people have arrived yet. So far, it looks like this thread is full of people that can see he's a liar/actor playing a role pretending to be conservative for your vote. And now you're here. We were just talking about you

Course he has women in power; He's a liberal! Not that women shouldn't have power or anything.


originally posted by: dragonridr
No he disn't want to round up Muslims he said that we should stop bringing them on the country until we can vet them to make sure they aren't a threat. Yes he says incredibly stupid things to the point I have to wonder if he can handle the job. Still making my determination. As of now probably vote 3rd party but will see if Trump can figure out how to play the game.


Empty campaign promises, just like Obama. Sounds good though, right?


originally posted by: dragonridr
The reason I'm even giving him a shot is thr constant attaxk by thr press I hate when people try to rig the vote and don't kid yourself that is exactly what thr press is doing I have never seen this in my life. Where you aware there is a trial going on about donations from China to the clintons? Of course you didn't the prest isn't covering it. Hiw about the fact that her emails exposed an asset we had in Iran. And the Email scandal had Trump done thus he would be in jail.


All True. I call reverse psychology on that. They gotta make it convincing, right? No one trusts them anymore, they have no choice but to go hard on Trump. Rest assured, he will win. I disagree with the Fix thread. We never have 2 presidents of the same team in a row. The other side would lose their marbles.


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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:45 AM
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What baffles me is what people see in the wretched man. His speeches are a series of unhinged rants in which he throws raw meat to the base of the party whilst ignoring minorities and any other demographic other than angry white men.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 03:53 AM
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originally posted by: MayanBoricua
a reply to: dragonridr

I don't think he's a nazi. I don't think those people have arrived yet. So far, it looks like this thread is full of people that can see he's a liar/actor playing a role pretending to be conservative for your vote. And now you're here. We were just talking about you


I'd prefer better candidates hillary and Donald are beyond flawed. But the media has thrown impartial out the window at this point which leads me to ask why?? I have the feeling the fix is in and when that happens you have to ask why?? And the why scares the heck out of me. I have a feeling we are watching the destruction of the US and the start of a one world govt. And frankly that's a scary prospect.
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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:04 AM
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a reply to: dragonridr

I know, right? This is all bullsh1t. We do NOT live in a free country. We can't pick our leaders. We are taxed without true representation. You know its bad when people run to China and Russia to escape US.


originally posted by: AngryCymraeg
What baffles me is what people see in the wretched man. His speeches are a series of unhinged rants in which he throws raw meat to the base of the party whilst ignoring minorities and any other demographic other than angry white men.


Dems care about your feelings and privileges, repubs care about how well our house is being run and whether we have trespassers or vandals or murderers coming by. Supposedly.
Mommy had her turn, now its Daddy's turn to get the house's affairs in order before handing the reins back to Mommy. Or so it appears to those still living in the left/right paradigm.



edit on 892016 by MayanBoricua because: I'm not an angry white man, and I would like Trump, If he were authentic.


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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:07 AM
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originally posted by: savemebarry
Better to be a murderer and stick to your guns - pun intended.. than to be someone willing to change when things change.

I got ya..

And kids who learn from their mistakes are also retards or something....

Just curious, but at what point is "I learned from my mistakes" no longer a credible excuse? For example, if Dick Cheney woke up today and said he was now a far left progressive because he "learned from his mistakes", should the left wing trust him? Or if Pres. Obama woke up today and said he was now a far right conservative because he "learned from his mistakes", should the right wing trust him?

Trump is a 70 year old man. It's not like he only took those positions when he was still in college. For the record, I believe in forgiveness and in giving extra opportunities. But I'm curious where the "cutoff" is for being held accountable for our positions?



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:18 AM
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The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results


Politicians are expected to stick to their guns no matter what. To alter course or reflect on a decision and change is to be scorned as a 'flip-flopper.'

It's crazy isn't it?? Politics and sport! These two fields are the only ones were doing the wrong thing is seen as the right thing.


There's also that anonymous quote:


'If you're not a liberal when you're 25, you have no heart. If you're not a conservative by the time you're 35, you have no brain.'


We all change as we grow older...even politicians. We might not all go from Lib to Con or vice versa. It's still a fact that most people have different politics as they grow older.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:18 AM
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Nothing will stop us from voting this man into office. Just get over it people.


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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:32 AM
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The man changes positions by the minute...no wonder he doesn't want to debate Clinton...He could debate himself.
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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:37 AM
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Yep. I think it's like that with sports because it's entertainment. So if you invest a lot of emotion into a "character" and they change teams or start talking against things you care about, it's seen as a betrayal. If people saw them as workers and businessmen/businesswomen instead, I think it wouldn't be so bad.

With politics, it's a bit different though. Their actions will affect everyone in their district (or in the country). And their stated views are basically the sales pitch they use to gain our trust, get taxpayer benefits & salaries, and the power to regulate many aspects of our lives.

So what happens when they say one thing about an issue, pass a law based on those words, people are locked up for or injured because of that law, and then they change their mind on the issue? Will they take responsibility for the people who were negatively affected by the policies they no longer support? Will they go back and undo those laws? Or does saying that they "learned from their mistakes" absolve them of any liability?


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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:38 AM
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originally posted by: AmericanRealist
Nothing will stop us from voting this man into office. Just get over it people.

LOL I like your enthusiasm, but the numbers don't add up. He's in for a worse trouncing than Romney and McCain.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:39 AM
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So basically what I'm getting from this thread is....

It's morally wrong to have a change of heart based on the state of what we are dealing with.

If you supported something that people didn't view as being positive to their liking, but later did your research finding out what you thought may have not been the right path to take, and you changed your views, is that wrong? Who says you are morally obligated to carry that thought/feeling until you are on your death bed?
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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:39 AM
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originally posted by: enlightenedservant

originally posted by: savemebarry
Better to be a murderer and stick to your guns - pun intended.. than to be someone willing to change when things change.

I got ya..

And kids who learn from their mistakes are also retards or something....

Just curious, but at what point is "I learned from my mistakes" no longer a credible excuse? For example, if Dick Cheney woke up today and said he was now a far left progressive because he "learned from his mistakes", should the left wing trust him? Or if Pres. Obama woke up today and said he was now a far right conservative because he "learned from his mistakes", should the right wing trust him?

Trump is a 70 year old man. It's not like he only took those positions when he was still in college. For the record, I believe in forgiveness and in giving extra opportunities. But I'm curious where the "cutoff" is for being held accountable for our positions?


I'll say this I don't think he has strong convictions to be honest. I'd say in his business opertunist do far better meanin convictions are set aside for profit. For example he needed to deal with thr Mob to get his tower built they controlled cement in New York. We see even when the union went on strike Trump Tower still went up no strike. Trump is results orientated let's face it he could have tried to go around the mob if he had convictions. But he chose to deal with them as thr path of least resistance morals be damned. Thr Other thing about Trump he's not smart I don't mean to say he's stupid he's not at all. However presidents tend to be very smart. People joke about George W for example but bottom line is hes very smart. Same with Obama and people thinking he's stupid he's not by any stretch of thr imagination. What I mean about Trump is he isn't as smart as wither of these two.

Main reason he suffers from foot in mouth the problem is his ego won't let him admit it. Which means he says incredial dumb things than doubles down on it braise he can't admit he made a mistake. For example if he had said this with Khan it wouldn't have been a story.

Well I'm truly sorry if Mr khan or his wife felt that I insulted them that wasn't my intention at all. What I was doing was askin a question I had read as well on twitter where they discussed him and his beliefs in sharia law. I know he was pushing for Sharia here in the US and I truly wanted to know what she thought of that, and I'm truly sorry in no way did I mean to attack the memory of thier son a true amarican hero. I should have phrased the question better and for that I'm sorry.

Or simpler yet when he tried to attack khan knowing he's pushed for sharia law just say that instead of the weird convoluted statement he made. He had a munition to destroy his comments but was to stupid to figure out how to use it.



posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:41 AM
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Nice!

I have seen bits and pieces of Trump talking and I am honestly shocked at how well fluoride, neurotoxins, brain dead "entertainment", abhorrent mains stream music, right on down to the deliberate dumbing down of Americans through the education system has worked.

This guy is so clearly working for the elite to divide the masses and guarantee a Hillary presidency that it is not even funny.

The psy-op is real my friends.

Just to be clear I see Clinton supporters in the same light!


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posted on Aug, 9 2016 @ 04:55 AM
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originally posted by: Abinkadoo
So basically what I'm getting from this thread is....

It's morally wrong to have a change of heart based on the state of what we are dealing with.

If you supported something that people didn't view as being positive to their liking, but later did your research finding out what you thought may have not been the right path to take, and you changed your views, is that wrong? Who says you are morally obligated to carry that thought/feeling until you are on your death bed?

It's fine for someone to have a change of heart. But conveniently having a bunch of "changes of heart" only when you decide to run for office?

I'm a pacifist, a socialist, and am against the "War on Drugs". Now imagine that I run for local office in 2018, and promote myself as a "tough on crime", pro-death penalty, pro-Wall Street warhawk, while chanting "USA!" and singing "Bomb bomb bomb. Bomb bomb Iran!" like Sen. McCain did. Would I be credible? At what point would me saying "I learned from my mistakes" lose credibility?

In other words, should we start ignoring all political "flip flops" or only the ones from the candidates we support?
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