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originally posted by: seeker1963
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: seeker1963
NO! Damn, I thought that may have been obvious. Like I said, I don't care about his speech. In any case, I can't watch videos at work so I wasn't going to watch it regardless of my opinion on Donald and his speeches.
Then you are calling those of us who did listen, idiots *metaphorically speaking* and YET you don't even know what he said!
Carry on! Because I would be correct in saying, "YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT THE HELL YOUR TALKING ABOUT!"....
originally posted by: CranialSponge
The world doesn't need more billionaires in office.
The world needs more plumbers and farmers in office.
We need to get back to grassroots.
The Richest Presidents Of All Time, Inflation-Adjusted:
#1: George Washington – $525 Million (Owned 8,000 acres of Virginia farmland and 300 slaves)
#2: Thomas Jefferson – $212 million (Owned 5,000 acres of Virginia farmland plus dozens of slaves)
#3: Theodore Roosevelt – $125 million (Inherited large trust fund and more than 200 acres of land in Long Island)
#4: Andrew Jackson – $120 million (Real estate, 300 slaves, inheritance plus he married into money)
#5: James Madison – $100 million (Owned 5,000 acres of Virginia farmland and dozens of slaves)
#6: John F. Kennedy – $100 million (Father Joseph was worth $1 billion from liquor importation, real estate, and more)
#7: Lyndon B. Johnson – $100 million (Owned a radio and TV station plus a 1500 acre ranch in Texas)
#8: Bill Clinton – $80 million (Bill's net worth was just $700,000 on his first day in office. Since re-entering private life, Bill has earned more than $100 million from speaking engagements alone. He also has made a fortune from book sales)
#9: Herbert Hoover – $75 million (Made millions in the mining industry, owned millions in valuable real estate)
#10: Franklin Delano Roosevelt – $60 million (Inherited millions, owned hundreds of acres of valuable real estate on the East Coast)
originally posted by: tothetenthpower
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
I wonder how they are going to get 15+ people in a line for debates.
standing in national surveys, the barometer Fox News and CNN will use to determine who is invited to participate in GOP-sanctioned debates.
With 16 or more serious candidates likely to run, the Fox News rules could winnow out such hopefuls as Mr. Pataki, a former governor of New York, as well as Mr. Graham, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, unless they improve their current standing in the polls. At the same time, entertainer and businessman Donald Trump could qualify based on national name recognition, should he run.
Icahn lawyer Weisfelner doesn’t place blame for these corporate bankruptcies with creditors, and questions whether Trump’s companies have used Chapter 11 the way its creators intended.
“There’s such a thing as good faith,” he said. “The purpose of bankruptcy laws is to protect companies, their customers and employees, to give them a second chance and to treat claim holders fairly. If bankruptcy is used instead to artificially elevate your equity interests above legitimate creditor claims and avoid obligations then you could argue that’s not what the laws were designed to do.”
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: HomerinNC
Not sure why the dissing on trump, I take it you all are Hillary lovers or want another Bush in office?
At least trump has been forthcoming with some stuff so far, Hillary STILL hasn't released all those emails
Ah yes, start the "not with us then you must be for the other guy" rhetoric. Like pointing out how all your swooning over Trump is just nonsense makes us automatically want to vote for the D and R front runners. The man is only in it for himself and his ego. To think otherwise is just delusional.