Why i love donald j. trump



jhuskey

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When Trump lied, nobody died. :) That is sort of catchy. I understand why the libs liked repeating that so much. Remember Benghazi! BTW: My opinions are based on intuition and observation and not beliefs such as what a liberal teacher might pound into you.
 

Uawadall

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So you believe Hillary is clean? Is so we can discuss your beliefs.

You got the wrong guy for this one. I think Hilary is even more full of **** than Trump. I have never supported her and would rather die than vote for her.
 
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jhuskey

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You got the wrong guy for this one. I think Hilary is even more full of **** than Trump. I have never supported her and would rather die than vote for her.

I definitely understand why some people would have reservations about not voting for and or supporting Trump. I do not understand how anyone could support Clinton. Bernie's recent victories are an indicator of that sentiment.
 

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I had a dream that I had wrecked and I was laying in a ditch, shortly after Donald Trump came by, looked down at me and said " dang you look hurt"." I would help but I just put on this new Armani suit and don't want to get blood on it before the press conference" " It's all about appearance you know but I will have my driver call 911".
A short time later Hillary Clinton came by, stopped and looked down at me and said " looks like that hurts". " I just put on the new polyester pants suit and don't want to get blood on it so could you roll over and tell me which pocket your wallet is in"?
 

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But, Donald Trump is socialist too. He endorse protectionist policies to restrict businesses job outsourcing and tax pay for a bigger wall. Poor USA, choosing crappy people as presidents for shallow reasons.
 

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What are the odds Trump wins the elections in your opinion? Here in Europe the media rae pretty excited about the US elections, now that it turns out Hillary won't walk down a garden path to White House over the Jeb Bush's body. I'm curious about what you, being Americans, expect to happen?
 

jhuskey

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I think Campy Bob is conducting an independent, unbiased poll among young female college co-eds.
 

AryaSnark

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Aren't they of one of the groups Trump can't really count on in the election, however? :p On a serious note, I keep reading he's tied with Hillary in polls, and if public opinion in US is anything like in Europe, it would actually mean he's got the advantage already (since populist candidates here always undepreform in polls, compared with actual elections). I don't like the prospect of Trump winning, myself, but since I don't live in the US I can't do anything about it, I'm just curious what will happen as there are going to be huge consequences for the rest of the world, if T. gets to sit in the Oval Office.
 

jhuskey

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Aren't they of one of the groups Trump can't really count on in the election, however? :p On a serious note, I keep reading he's tied with Hillary in polls, and if public opinion in US is anything like in Europe, it would actually mean he's got the advantage already (since populist candidates here always undepreform in polls, compared with actual elections). I don't like the prospect of Trump winning, myself, but since I don't live in the US I can't do anything about it, I'm just curious what will happen as there are going to be huge consequences for the rest of the world, if T. gets to sit in the Oval Office.

You just never know but my opinion is "anyone but Clinton". I think as many that Trump would surround himself with well qualified people to assist him. That is what a good businessman does.
 

AryaSnark

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@jhuskey I don't doubt it either, the question is, in what will they assist? qualified people assisting the construction of Great Wall of America will be merely entertaining (not to mention all those new jobs in construction, for a short time), but well-qualified headhunters hired to forcibly deport ten milion people is surely not OK with you?
 

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I'm in the UK, so I'm just an interested observer when it comes to the presidential candidates. I like some of the things Trump days, but as a president I think he could be dangerous for the US aswell as other countries around the world. Hilary Clinton on the other hand is a Clinton, and we already know they can't be trusted so it's turned into who do you hate the least?
 

jhuskey

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Many fear not knowing what Trump will do, many others fear what they know Clinton will do. I have no problem with illegals being deported. Most countries do not allow illegal immigration to start with but I really don't see it happening.
 

pwarbi

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Some if the things that Trump comes out with though, you do tend to wonder if it's just words or if he actually can do what he's promised.

Sending Muslim people back to where they come from, building a big wall to keep out the Mexicans to name just two things. Is he planning on rewriting your constitution aswell because the last time I looked, what he's proposing can't be done as it stands now.
 

jhuskey

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Sure it can. Illegal immigration is illegal and people are deported all the time . There are even specific laws referring to Muslim immigration that are not necessarily enforced. BTW: He never said he would deport legal immigrants, Muslim or otherwise or even illegal ones. He stated he would like to stop the influx of Muslim until a better vetting process could be put in place. Of course the media with it's spin tactic can spin the truth .
Never let facts get in the way of what you really want to believe.
I the question is, does Trump really believe he will do these things or are they just words?

BTW: Look up how many countries have wall and fences already. It will surprise you.
 

pwarbi

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There's a difference tho between illegal immigrants and immigrants though. Illegal ones then sure, kick them back to where they come from, I've no issue with that at all. But rounding up people that have lived in the US for many years who came over and haven't put a foot wrong and worked every day since they landed, do they deserve to be herded like cattle back to where their place of birth is, even though now a lot of their family are actually born and brought up in America now?
 

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I don't like him. He knows nothing about his country's foreign relations. He only thinks that Islam is the only issue to be addressed in America. He seems not to be having any idea about security since he has never outlined his plans in depth. He always preaches hatred among Americans. I wish that he never wins since he can divide Americans across political lines.
 

9lines

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I don't like him. He knows nothing about his country's foreign relations. He only thinks that Islam is the only issue to be addressed in America. He seems not to be having any idea about security since he has never outlined his plans in depth. He always preaches hatred among Americans. I wish that he never wins since he can divide Americans across political lines.
 

artyarson

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I like him too and I hope he will win the elections. He's done a nice job promoting his policy. All himself, without any so-called sponsors. Donald owes them nothing. Hillary, in turn, owes them a world.