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Old 10-30-2015, 08:39 AM
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Location: The Sand Hills of NC
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Trump has many good ideas that would work if the right person were the president. Unfortunately Trump is a thin skinned buffoon that criticizes anybody who does not agree with him completely.
He does not play well with others as witnessed by his ridicule of his competitors in his new party who are also running for president.

Trump = good ideas but a bad manager.

A good boss knows how to get his workers to agree with his policy's. In that regard Trump is clueless.
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Old 10-30-2015, 08:46 AM
 
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Trump has many good ideas that would work if the right person were the president. Unfortunately Trump is a thin skinned buffoon that criticizes anybody who does not agree with him completely.
He does not play well with others as witnessed by his ridicule of his competitors in his new party who are also running for president.

Trump = good ideas but a bad manager.

A good boss knows how to get his workers to agree with his policy's. In that regard Trump is clueless.
Buffoon, clown? Can't you guys disagree with him without the name calling?
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Old 10-30-2015, 08:59 AM
 
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Trump has many good ideas that would work if the right person were the president. Unfortunately Trump is a thin skinned buffoon that criticizes anybody who does not agree with him completely.
He does not play well with others as witnessed by his ridicule of his competitors in his new party who are also running for president.

Trump = good ideas but a bad manager.

A good boss knows how to get his workers to agree with his policy's. In that regard Trump is clueless.
So instead of supporting a blunt man with good ideas, we should support... who? Its weakling socialist or weakling cuckservative, no thanks.
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Old 10-30-2015, 09:36 AM
 
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My question was this. You completely avoided it....why?

"Really? Please provide a link to Trump's comments that were racist every 10 seconds".
Oh Lord. My point was you misread what I wrote. I did not say he was in the tabloids JUST for being racist every 10 seconds. I said a whole long list of things he was in the tabloids every 10 seconds for, racism was just the last one I listed. You only quoted the last part of the sentence. The sentence was about how he was constantly in the tabloids over foolishness.

Then I told you to google all his stupid controversies yourself of you want a history of dumb stuff Donald Trump has gotten himself into over the years.

Or do you deny he's been a public controversy machine since the 80s?

You can be obtuse as you want to, I still don't see him as anything other than Donald Trump, Professional Loudmouth. **shrugs**

**gets ready for a BUT, OBAMA! BUT,CLINTON! post. LOL***
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Old 10-30-2015, 10:22 AM
 
Location: Buckeye, AZ
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Oh Lord. My point was you misread what I wrote. I did not say he was in the tabloids JUST for being racist every 10 seconds. I said a whole long list of things he was in the tabloids every 10 seconds for, racism was just the last one I listed. You only quoted the last part of the sentence. The sentence was about how he was constantly in the tabloids over foolishness.

Then I told you to google all his stupid controversies yourself of you want a history of dumb stuff Donald Trump has gotten himself into over the years.

Or do you deny he's been a public controversy machine since the 80s?

You can be obtuse as you want to, I still don't see him as anything other than Donald Trump, Professional Loudmouth. **shrugs**

**gets ready for a BUT, OBAMA! BUT,CLINTON! post. LOL***
I hear Trump and think this flawed Yosemite Sam logic from a Merry Melody named "Ballot Box Bunny"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paMulmvrlbc
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Old 10-30-2015, 10:30 AM
 
Location: Great State of Texas
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There's a lot of talk about Donald Trump lately
Why do people hate him thou?
He represents business, capitalism, people who have money.

The majority of Americans want someone who will take Trump's money and put it in their hands.
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Old 10-30-2015, 10:55 AM
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Location: The Sand Hills of NC
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Buffoon, clown? Can't you guys disagree with him without the name calling?
Where did I say I disagreed with him? I said he has some great ideas but he is still a thin skinned buffoon who can't tolerate anybody who disagrees with him.

Not a statesman, maybe a carnival barker.
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Old 10-30-2015, 11:03 AM
 
Location: Buckeye, AZ
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He represents business, capitalism, people who have money.

The majority of Americans want someone who will take Trump's money and put it in their hands.
More importantly, he represents the problem with American politics, they represent the rich, not the majority of Americans.
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Old 10-30-2015, 11:37 AM
 
Location: Great State of Texas
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More importantly, he represents the problem with American politics, they represent the rich, not the majority of Americans.
Most politicians are rich and do represent the rich.
That is the face of our politics like it or not.

It's the rich that get them into power, not the poor.
It's the rich that finance their campaigns that tell you they will tax the rich for all your wants and pleasures to get your vote.
It's the rich that give them jobs when they retire or get voted out of office.

And you can be assured that they will not bite the hand that feeds them.
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Old 10-30-2015, 03:02 PM
 
Location: Buckeye, AZ
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Most politicians are rich and do represent the rich.
That is the face of our politics like it or not.

It's the rich that get them into power, not the poor.
It's the rich that finance their campaigns that tell you they will tax the rich for all your wants and pleasures to get your vote.
It's the rich that give them jobs when they retire or get voted out of office.

And you can be assured that they will not bite the hand that feeds them.
He's still going to have a problem getting the middle class to vote for him.
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