Why Trump?

Discussion in 'Pro-Conservative Discussions' started by Sarek, Oct 8, 2016.

  1. Sarek

    Sarek Member

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    Futile now i know, but where was the GOP when semi stable Republicans were calling for a Jed Bush/Rand Paul or a Ted Cruz/Rand Paul ticket? The GOP needs Independent voters to win, but they keep kicking them to the curb. If Trump wins he will have assassination attempts by some sick person sooner rather then later. It's just a mess, the South heard Trump's voice and they thought he was the next coming.I think most on the North East Coast know Trump is a phony/lunatic.

    Anti Hillary yes, but Never Trump. Shame the GOP couldn't do what was right due to fear of the party splitting.

    Gratz Hillary, its over. :(
     
  2. JoeKing

    JoeKing Well-Known Member

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    IIRC, the GOP voters rejected establishment candidates like Jeb Bush fairly early in the primary. Ted or Rand would have been much better nominees to take on Hillary. The notion of assassination attempts "sooner rather than later" or at all is disturbing.
     
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  3. Sarek

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    Its was also disturbing when they happened in the past, but they still happened.
     
  4. JoeKing

    JoeKing Well-Known Member

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    You seem to be wishcasting about them.
     
  5. Sarek

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    Lol, your taking my comments personally, i am just speaking historically, but by all means as you please.

    Observation is not wishcasting.
     
  6. tabascocat

    tabascocat Well-Known Member

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    The same was said when we got our first black president............many thought that he wouldn't make it a year.
     
  7. JoeKing

    JoeKing Well-Known Member

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    Personally, no. And why is that funny? I think it's morbid. Your original comment wasn't about history at all. You were talking about Trump getting shoot. Wishcasting.
     
  8. Sarek

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    Black or insane are two different things.

    Whats funny was your response. If i wanted to wish someone dead i would just say that, and that's why i lol'd at your response about wishcasting.
     
  9. JoeKing

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    I'm still left wondering what was so funny? My response to you wanting Trump dead was nothing to laugh at.
     
  10. Sarek

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    Lol, now your being funny. Will see what Trump can muster up tonight, he will need a great night on the debate stage. Will see.
     
  11. tabascocat

    tabascocat Well-Known Member

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    Something I saw in a post somewhere, pretty interesting and a different way to view Trump. I made it into paragraphs for an easier read.

    Oh, no need to dissect this, I don't care.......

    "Last night a friend claimed that Donald Trump wouldn’t make a good president; he is brash, he is racist, he is a loudmouth; you know the normal things people learn to recite after being programmed by television news. The one I loved was that, “Trump is arrogant.” My friend questioned if one man could make “that much difference in the world today.” To my friend's credit, she was respectful enough to let me respond when she asked, “Really, what has Trump done?”
    I said, “In June of last year, Trump entered the race for president. In just a little over a year, Trump has single handedly defeated the Republican party. He did so thoroughly. In fact, he did so in such a resounding way that the Republican Party now suffers from an identity crisis. He literally dismantled the party. Trump even dismantled and dismissed the brand and value of the Bush family.

    Trump has Obama petrified that Trump will dismiss programs that weren’t properly installed using proper law.
    Trump has single handedly debunked and disemboweled any value of news media as we knew it—news now suffering from an all-time level of distrust and disrespect.
    Trump has leaders from all over the world talking about him, whether good or bad. Trust me, powerful men who have been president before weren’t liked by the global community. I doubt Mikhail Gorbachev liked Reagan when Reagan said, "Tear down that wall."
    Trump has expressly disclosed the fraud perpetrated on the American public by Hillary Clinton. He has, quite literally, brought Hillary to her knees—if you believe that nervous tension and disorders offer physical side effects and damage.
    Trump has unified the silent majority in a way that should be patently frightening to “liberals.”
    As the press accuses Trump of being a house of cards, Trump has proven the press is the real house of cards. He has whipped up the entire establishment into pure panic. Trump has exposed them for who they are and worse, what they are. George Clooney was right when he said Trump draws live news coverage of his podium that he’s not yet approached. Thanks, George, you were perfectly correct.
    What we see as headline news today are actually the last bubbles from the ship that is now sunk—meaning the standard news media, as a propaganda machine, has been exposed. They have no more value.

    In the same way Trump asked the African-American community this question, I asked my friend, ”At this point, what do you have to lose?” We have mass cop shootings, riots in our streets, ambushed cops, double digit inflation, bombs blowing up in our cities, targeted police, #BLM, a skyrocketing jobless rate, no economic growth, privately owned land being seized by the federal government, the worst racial tension in my lifetime, no God in schools, more abortions than ever, illegal aliens pouring into our country, sick veterans receiving no care, and a debt that doubled in seven years to $19 trillion. Are you really happy with the condition of the current system?
    One man has done all of this in one year—one guy, and on his own dime. And with everything I’ve written above, you believe Trump hasn't done anything? You claim that you are afraid of Donald Trump? No wonder we’re in trouble. You can say that Trump is a lousy presidential candidate. That’s your right. Just don’t ever say he’s not effective.

    That Megan Kelly, FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, Washington Post, Rachel Maddow, the Huffington Post, the New York Times, Raleigh’s News and Observer, the AP, Don Lemon, Jake Tapper, and many more, failed to implement their collectively orchestrated lie on the American people against Trump, is actually a massive testament to Trump. The press colluded pure propaganda to accomplish his demise … and they have collectively failed and miserably.
    Here's just one example of how badly America is injured right now. There are high school football players on their knees during the national anthem simply because the press used as propaganda to program those kids to do that very thing. But, these kids are mimicking NFL stars the same way the same kids chooses which brand of football shoe to purchase—they're overtly brain-washed to do that very thing.

    Now, we have a generation of children who hate America.
    America’s problem isn’t that little children are on their knee in collective disrespect of America. Our problem is that America is on her knee from collective disrespect by Americans.
    You can disrespect America all you want. But, it’s high-time you respect the silent majority. Because they’re not simply the “silent majority” as you’ve been trained to believe when Hillary calls them “deplorables.” The fact is, they are simply the majority. And now they're no longer silent either. Donald Trump changed all of that, single-handedly and within one year." From Be Forbes."
    Bebe Coe Bertino
    9/29/2016 , this is a copy and paste, and needs to be read and spread!
     
  12. JoeKing

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    Wishful thinking, IMO. Misplaced outrage.\

    BTW, the thought of Hillary on her knees is a horrible thought to plant in my head.
     
  13. Inferno2ss

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    Jeb Bush had ZERO shot at winning the in primary, he can thank his brother for that one.

    Sadly, Paul came across so bad, he looked more like a prosecutor or law professor during the debates then a President.

    Rubio would of crushed Hillary but sadly he was ruined by Christie. I was kind of surprised how fast people bailed on him after one slip up.

    It is hard to believe with these WikiLeaks that Cruz would of lost to her either, but his campaign staff really screwed him with some of the tactics they got caught using.

    In a world where people actually look up to and admire reality TV stars like the Kardashians, Hiltons etc. its probably only fitting for Trump to win the nomination.

    The ironic thing his braggadocios personality that helped people buy into his brand, is going to be his undoing.
     
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  14. FuzzyLumpkins

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    I was hoping for a Rand Paul vs Barry Sanders election going in. A real choice.
     
  15. FuzzyLumpkins

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    The what do you have to lose part is so full of crap. The silent majority part too.
     
  16. Doc50

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    Blame the tea party.
     
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  17. Dean

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    Which did you like better? That one would have been a tougher choice for me, personally, then the current choice is.

    But I couldn't stand Sanders. At all. I might have leaned toward Paul just for that reason alone. I'm not sure though.

    Sanders seemed like a nice enough guy though. I would have liked him better than Hilary and that is without question.
     
  18. FuzzyLumpkins

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    I'm ambivalent.
     
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  19. zrinkill

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    Sanders lost me when it came out how wealthy he is while he attacks the wealthy.

    Hypocrite con man ...... little Bernie.
     
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