Why i love donald j. trump

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    CAMPYBOB Well-Known Member

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    Beside the fact that he's a great man, a great conservative, is not a commie pinko fag and has millions of dollars...yeah, all the right reasons, for sure...

    Mr. Trump is the ONLY Presidential candidate EVER to have founded, funded and promoted...

    A WORLD CLASS STAGE RACE!

    Remember the 1989 and 1990 Tour de Trump's?

    Greg Lemond does. He raced in them, along with a bunch of other big names and some Euro hotshots.

    Did socialist fag Barry Sotero...er Hussein Odumbo ever fire up his own bike race? Hellz no!
    Did commie Bern Sanders ever think the proletariat needed a bike race? No, comrades! Nyet!
    Did Hitlary ever blow Bill and then suggest the hag host a stage race on the East Coast? No, bubba!
    Did Teddy Cruz think the Cubans produced bike racer worthy of competing in a race with his name on it? No!

    Only The Donald did this!

    That's Democracy in Action through Capitalism! Booyah!
     
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    There's lots of good video on YouTube out there! Have fun watching! And go vote for Donald J. Trump!
     
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    The entire 1990 race:

     
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    You forgot the most important one......



    Ohh boy, the hardest conservative ever!
     

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    That's not democracy in action, its capitalism. Which I am not against, per se, althought I do believe it needs an occasional kick in the ass.
     
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    And Donald J. Trump is just the man to put a size 11 up socialism's ass!

    I watched the 1990 race last night...man! What a blast from the past. The steel! The fashions! Those helmets!
     
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    If Kerry wants to ride around looking like that big of a dork, I can't blame Trump for what he said. :D
     
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    Do you think that Donald Trump will be a good friend of cycling? Maybe that's one of the reasons why the guy is getting the popular votes and I believe that barring any incident in the campaign, Donald Trump will be proclaimed the Repubilcan candidate and he will beat Hillary Clinton in the square off for the presidency. I hope there would be more programs for cycling when he gets to the White House.
     
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    The left hand of Donald Trump would sponsor a race. The right hand would park his limo in the bike lane.
     
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    Loved the video. I loved this style of riding. I watched all the parts of Tour De Trump and I must say that I loved it. Can you post some more videos like this one?
     
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    Go to: www.youtube.com
    Search for: Tour de Trump

    There are literally thousands of cycling videos on YouTube.


    To be fair, it would be his illegal immigrant chauffer that did the parking. Donald would be in the penthouse suite banging some blonde bimbo with large breasts.
     
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    No. Cycling in the United States is such a small niche sport that it makes Table Tennis (ping pong) and Lacrosse look mainstream. Trump has moved on from such silliness as bike races, cycling and his first two wives.

    Cycling has had little political clout since the turn of the Century. You know...the one that changed the calendar from 1899 to 1900.

    The League Of American Cyclists (formerly The League Of American Wheelman...before we got all politically correct) has very little influence. JHuskey probably has more political muscle within his own state than LAB does on a national level.

    Perhaps the most influential cycling organization going right now is the Rails To Trails lobby. And the funding level we're talking about here on an annual basis amounts to less than we spend killing ISIS retards between breakfast and brunch on a Tuesday in October. But, America is full of old farts Hell bent for leather to donate some retirement money to leave a legacy of invading the privacy of millions of people's back yards so the trend to misuse abandoned rail corridors will continue unabated.
     
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    Is cycling that popular in America? I have always thought it was more of a European and Asian thing, and that Americans would prefer buses, cabs, or private cars rather than cycling to their destination. That's why most of the professional competition are in Europe and rarely in America, so this is really a surprise. Do you think cycling would ever be as popular in the US as it is in Europe or Asia? I'm curious, since all you guys do there is run in marathons and stuff.
     
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    Juice. Check out the quads and elongated facial features.
     
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    "Is cycling that popular in America?"

    Cycling is not very popular in the United States. In fact, most people are indifferent to cyclists at best and despise them at the extreme viewpoint. Our society is built around the automobile and bicycles are an impediment to the motor vehicle.


    "I have always thought it was more of a European and Asian thing, and that Americans would prefer buses, cabs, or private cars rather than cycling to their destination."

    Your thoughts are mostly correct. We prefer personal transportation to public transportation as a rule and any form of motorized transportation over human-powered transportation.


    "That's why most of the professional competition are in Europe and rarely in America, so this is really a surprise. Do you think cycling would ever be as popular in the US as it is in Europe or Asia?"

    I doubt cycling in general and road racing in particular will ever be as popular in the United States as it is in other parts of the world. Despite the fact that America is a very large market for cycling products, the sport, itself, is very small here. We do have some very good races, but when compared to almost anywhere else that has a cycling culture we are considered third rate.

    American do love to compete and win. If there's money and fame involved we will be there, if only in small numbers. Among the general population, competition on a bicycle generates insignificant numbers.


    "I'm curious, since all you guys do there is run in marathons and stuff."

    The United States has a pretty decent participatory record in 'some' sports. Cycling is considered something children do. When our children get to the age of 15 or 16 the motor vehicle becomes the preferred method of transportation. Almost any activity other than cycling becomes the preferred means to stay healthy and fit...if that path is chosen.
     
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    By way of an explanation of the American cycling culture:

    We can get 32,000 'cyclists' to line up at a Five Borough Tour of New York City. Sounds impressive...32,000...does it not. However, most of them are like Uwadell's friend. They have not turned a pedal all year. And probably will not ride much after the event. We are big on 'events'. Not so much when it comes to living the sporting life.

    This weekend I may do a long established bicycle tour. For many of the participants this will be their only ride of the year. Some of those participants will be racers and ex-racers out for a long, fast training ride, but that number will be very small.
     
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    Honestly, I had no idea about cycling as a sport most of my adult life. Sure I knew about lance, the roids and the tour de france, but not here in America. My brother got me into cycling a year ago and I joined a cycling club with 200-300 members. Maybe I haven't been paying attention previously, but thats a lot of people for my area. Most adults I know are coach potatoes mixed with a few gym rats. I guess its a sort of under the radar activity where I live.

    He's a military man, probably stayed fit most his adult life. I'm guessing he juiced to help repair his leg after it broke. 70+ year old bones don't heal fast.
     
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