posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 11:21 AM
a reply to: Sublimecraft
Actions speak louder than words. That goes for all political ads. Advertising including political ads are used to sell a product or a candidate.
Have you ever bought a product that doesn't do what it says it does? How many presidents in the past have reneged on their campaign promises? Trump
is no different and is playing to the anger of the American public.
If Donald Trump lead his business and life as a true and honest example of how he would lead the U.S., I may be able to trust his ads and his message.
Unfortunately, his numerous failed and questionable business practices, taking advantage of using donations to gain political favors, his bigotry,
his misogyny, habitual lying, poor temperament and his numerous other undesirables, conflicts with his message and gives me and many other sensible
voters a clear and negative picture of Donald Trump.
Trusting Donald Trump is like trusting a bully you grew up in high school. You know he's arrogant and he clearly displays his poor character. Yet
one day you think he's being sincere. You believe his BS, but he ends up knocking you to the ground. In the end, Donald Trump has always been for
Donald Trump. He's so full of his ego, he has to emblazon his name on many of his real estate investments including his plane and helicopter. Some
may think this is a good marketing strategy, but a personal last name once riddled in scandal can be a quick downfall for any business. Trump is
already experiencing some of that backlash.
In the end It amazes me how some voters can simply ignore these huge red flags about Donald Trump. What's even worst is how women can even support
this guy after the personal attacks he's levied against women. It's like a battered wife staying in a bad relationship. Lets be honest guys, If this
was a women running for president who attacked men like Trump has, men everywhere would be calling her every vulgar word and than some. She wouldn't
be getting more than 1% of the male vote!
I like the ad, but it conflicts with Trump's true colors he's displayed throughout his campaign and in his everyday life.