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Old 10-29-2015, 01:39 PM
 
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Why Do people hate Donald Trump?

They are haters and that is what they do. They are miserable people and that's not enough for them. They want you to be miserable too. And you will be if you hang around them long enough for it to rub off. They hate nearly everything but most of all they hate themselves and don't realize it. They hate to see anything good in others because it reminds them of their own failures. If someone is more successful and becomes rich they will find any excuse to make hateful remarks and convince others they achieved it in some despicable way. They don't have a glass that is half full or half empty. They don't have a glass at all. They broke it in a fit of rage when they saw their reflection in it. They don't like mirrors and are often confused with Vampires. They are not Vampires but will suck the life out of you if you let them. Other than that they are fairly normal
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Old 10-29-2015, 02:41 PM
 
Location: Hyrule
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Would you care about law and order if the immigrants were from the Netherlands? Probably not.

If you want to do the country a favor, make sure your kids learn good, base-10, common-core math. They clearly will not be able to compete on a blue-collar level with the surging immigrant population, legal or not. If you hate socialism, then you have to realize that your are only worth what you earn, and even Trump can't change that.


<<Insert low-wattage emoticon>>
Since you're talking for me I doubt my reply is of use but I will reply to set the record straight.
Yes, I would care if illegal Dutch were pouring over the border smuggling drugs in for a large gang syndicate. Are you saying you don't care?


(If you want to do the country a favor, make sure your kids learn good, base-10, common-core math. They clearly will not be able to compete on a blue-collar level with the surging immigrant population, legal or not. )
Well wow, I'm surprised nobody in the country figured this out yet as a solution to our dwindling blue collar jobs. Trump is way over working the solution by trying to bring those jobs back to our country.


I stated we should pick one, socialism or capitalism. I didn't state I liked one or the other better. I wouldn't mind a social government like France where we have a n
on profit healthcare and free college level education or vocational training. Paid vacations, maternity, paternity leave. But, we don't and that's the reality. What we do have is the lone capitalist government. Money is the bottom line. Mandated for profit health care, for profit education, and welfare as a social net. We also have a middle class that pays more for health insurance, cars, housing with no room to save. compare that to the 70's we are down by 10. My father made more than my husband on equal standing. So what do you suggest would help this???? More mandating like Obama and Hilary seem fond of? Or bringing back places to work at like Trump suggests?
I voted for Mr. Obama in the hopes of getting an NHS style healthcare, a more social leaning government. Instead I got a mandated for profit healthcare and a killer. Well crap! It was then I realized we have to work with what we've got and stop trying to be like another country. AND, what we've got is capitalism.
I'll vote for the businessman and see how it works out.

(And if I'm the one who needs the low wattage emoticon I'd at least think you'd check your posts for typos or save your insults.) I think we can do this without name calling.
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Old 10-29-2015, 02:52 PM
 
Location: Hyrule
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He's also seeking donations on his campaign website. I doubt he's using the money he collects to help the poor.
I heard he accepts small donations from the public. Some people send him as little a $5 with letters of encouragement running for president. He talks about it in his speeches. I don't think he's trying to raise for the poor but I do know during his career he's donated to cancer foundations, land to national parks, etc. He's giving 1.5 mil in a single year to charity. Most businessmen donate. But, all the candidate seek donations from private citizens. It's accepting corporate money that comes with an agenda to be paid back.

I'm not saying he's perfect either Dew, lord knows I would never see myself voting for him. But, I've tried everything else through my years and this is my last effort like I said in my previous posts.

I'm a very neutral voter. I'm independent and just pick who I feel will be the best given our situation.
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Old 10-29-2015, 03:05 PM
 
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The quote was:

"Mr. Tabloid with his rotating wives and cheating scandals and bankruptcies saying something racist every 10 seconds."

And you can Google his history if you want to see how many times Mr. Trump was in the news with any of that stuff, as well as any other category of controversy you can think of.

You can also find his penchant for saying something stupid, being proved wrong, and then doubling down on the stupid thing he said - often outright lying about the existence of proof he was incorrect.

You can also see ample evidence of his massive ego that leads him to exaggerate his accomplishments - and revert to behavior referred to above whenever anyone points out the exaggerations.

You can also find many examples of the childish, personal insults he throws towards anyone who openly disagrees with him. Hell, you just need to go to twitter for that. LOL

I understand the desire to have someone Anti PC who "tells it like it is" and channels anger about the direction of the country. But this guy is a lying egomaniac mean-spirited narcissist who can't handle criticism, and if it's in act it's one he's been doing for 30 years way before he had a TV show or was running for office. Lots of people who have narcissistic personality disorder are charming and/or likable. They still shouldn't be president.

And no, screaming WHAT ABOUT OBAMA! WHAT ABOUT BILL! NA NA NA BOO BOO doesn't mean anything. That's like going to punish one of your kids and he yells "What about my brother, he did this last week!" So what? This man is supposed to be able to stand as a candidate on his own merits. It there were no other politicians, would Trump suddenly be a better human being? No.
My question was this. You completely avoided it....why?

"Really? Please provide a link to Trump's comments that were racist every 10 seconds".
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Old 10-29-2015, 03:13 PM
 
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Would you care about law and order if the immigrants were from the Netherlands? Probably not.

If you want to do the country a favor, make sure your kids learn good, base-10, common-core math. They clearly will not be able to compete on a blue-collar level with the surging immigrant population, legal or not. If you hate socialism, then you have to realize that your are only worth what you earn, and even Trump can't change that.


<<Insert low-wattage emoticon>>
Ah, the race card so predictable. I couldn't care less where illegals come from they all need to go back home. We have always had a large blue-collared workforce in our country. Not every American is cut out to be a white-collared desk jockey they love working with their hands and there is nothing wrong with that. Blue-collared work use to pay and be worth a liveable wage until the arrival of millions of cheap, illegal workers making the rich, richer while stabbing the American worker in the back. I guess according to you they should just roll over and allow illegal aliens to take their jobs by undercutting their wages? Is this really the moral code you live by since our laws and the American worker seem to mean nothing to you?
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Old 10-29-2015, 03:25 PM
 
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I like Trump.
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Old 10-29-2015, 04:02 PM
 
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doesn't it bother anyone that Trump lied about Kasich being a significant board member of Lehman Bros when he had a very infinitesimal role in an Ohio branch?
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Old 10-29-2015, 04:51 PM
 
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I'm voting for Trump, and he will make a great president.

He represents a true window of hope for this country. We need someone with balls who will stand up for the silent majority. He is sharp, passionate, and not afraid.

Some people hate Trump this is true, and its because they are unpatriotic. They have been brainwashed by the media for most of theirs lives, told they should feel like a winner no matter how much of a loser they are, told constantly that they're victims, told they should sacrifice their freedom and rights for "safety", told they should bend over backwards to accommodate every wish and desire of overly sensitive, fringe people.

Its time to celebrate American pride (something liberals find disgusting), and I'll vote for Trump in hope that we can restore this country.
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Old 10-29-2015, 05:12 PM
 
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Haters hated Ronald Reagan as well, and still do.
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Old 10-29-2015, 05:20 PM
 
Location: NE Ohio
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I don't hate him. I just think he's full of **** for the most part.

He's feeding the American people a whole bunch of lines, things they want to hear. And that's about it.
Kind of like Hillary and Sanders, pandering to their Leftist supporters?

I'd trust Trump before either of those two clowns.
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