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Old 02-16-2016, 11:20 AM
 
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Trump followers are not thinking like you or me. Two of his biggest promises will go down in flames after he is elected if it happens: Of course he won't bring that many jobs back to America. Have his groupies checked to see if he has outsourced any jobs to other countries? and 2; here are just a few holes in his promise to end illegal immigration: he says Mexico will pay for the beautiful fence, but he hasn't really given details on how they will pay for the fence, not to mention a % of those entering our country now are from central and So America, do people think Mexico will pay for a fence knowing this? How many of those here illegally have entered the country illegally? Actually many are here on expired visas, what does that have to do with a fence? What about the time and cost to deport millions of illegals? Is he going to get Mexico to pay for that as well? Does he ever buy merchandise made in another country? If he does he is a hypocrite. All the contractors he hired, do you think they only employ people who are here legally? People, think, think, think.
But thinking is soooo hard.. I'd rather watch the reality tv show. It is so much more entertaining than actually thinking.
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Old 02-16-2016, 11:21 AM
 
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Trump was a businessman before he ran for president.

You can't succeed in business if you charge more than your competitors.

This is a typical liberal trick -- mixing up Trump the businessman with Trump the candidate. If your competitors are using cheap labor overseas, then you have to do the same thing in order to compete.

It is precisely because Trump knows how the game is played -- he's played it himself -- that he is in a position to put an end to it.
You can't succeed in business if you charge more than your competitors? Tell that to Apple, tell that to Harley-Davidson (made in the USA), tell that to Elon Musk and Tesla (also made in the USA) Thats a complete joke. There are PLENTY of successful companies who proudly make their products in the US while Trump outsources all his to CHINA and MEXICO. What a pathetic fraud.
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Old 02-17-2016, 01:10 AM
 
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You can't succeed in business if you charge more than your competitors? Tell that to Apple, tell that to Harley-Davidson (made in the USA), tell that to Elon Musk and Tesla (also made in the USA) Thats a complete joke. There are PLENTY of successful companies who proudly make their products in the US while Trump outsources all his to CHINA and MEXICO. What a pathetic fraud.
If you charge more, your product has to be better.

Yes, I already knew that.

But nice try anyway.

It's when your product is no better than your competitors' products that you have to charge what they charge -- or less.
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