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Trump Is THOR: The god of the common people

  1. colorfulone profile image89
    colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago


    After THUMPING Clinton in Monday night’s debate, Trump headed to the sunshine state for a YUGE RALLY in Melbourne, Florida. 
    (National poll has Trump 46.7% and Clinton 42.6%: http://www.latimes.com/politics/ )

    After Trump's plane landed something magical happened.

    A gigantic bolt of lightning shot through the sky just behind Trump Force One, leaving many to surmise, “TRUMP IS THOR!”

    ( Images from Deplorable Dave:  https://twitter.com/DaveNYviii/status/7 … wsrc%5Etfw )

    In Norse mythology, Thor, was called the “god of the common people!”

    Donald Trump HUUGE Rally in Melbourne, Florida 9/27/2016 Post Presidential Debate

    Poll:  Air Force One vs Trump Force One
    Which plane do you think Trump will use if (when) he becomes President Trump?  (poll question inspired by wilderness)

    1. Ken Burgess profile image80
      Ken Burgessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Good comparison, he is no Tony Stark of wit that is for sure, Trump may be right about the economy, trade, etc... but he is a poor debater, losing arguments to such a stiff lying candidate as Hillary.

      When asked about Iraq all he had to say was:
      "YOU were a Senator who backed the war Secretary Clinton."
      Whether he backed it or not is irrelevant he was a civilian that had no say in anything... he wasn't a politician, he had no access to Top Secret information like Clinton did.

      Its just amazing how she got away with that, and plenty of other things, in that debate... and the moderator who kept interrupting him. all Trump had to say is:
      "Hold on, am I debating YOU or Secretary Clinton." something to put the guy in check. 
      He needs to better next time, letting someone who is essentially a compulsive liar and a touch detached from reality like Clinton come out of that as good as she did is just terrible, there has never been a candidate so ripe to attack and rip into their record as Clinton.

      1. Credence2 profile image86
        Credence2posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

        Sore-loserman. I remembered that is what they refer to Gore and Lieberman in the aftermath of the 2000 contest.

        Your man is an idiot to think that he going to go before millions of people and just 'wing it'. He should have been better prepared, the right wing view point is not a popular one from any angle, as you said yourself. To overcome what you folks always say is a biased media, you are going to have to be more resourceful. As Trump would say it, ' I like people who produce results and refrain from excuses'.  There is no point in blaming the moderator or podium/microphone.

        1. Ken Burgess profile image80
          Ken Burgessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

          Funny stuff, posts like yours always give me a chuckle.

          "the right wing viewpoint is not a popular one from any angle, as you said yourself"

          I did?  I didn't even know I was talking about right wing angles...

          "you folks always say is biased media"

          What 'folks' am I anyways, just wondering...

          "There is no point in blaming the moderator or podium/microphone."

          I didn't blame the moderator, did I?  But trust me, after that person interrupted me for the fourth or fifth time, I would have put him in check, and if he tried it again, I would have repeated the same thing...
          'I'm sorry, are you the moderator, or do you want to come up here and debate for Secretary Clinton? ... oh, you don't? ... then stop interrupting, you're becoming a bothersome tool."

          Hillary Clinton would be destroyed by a prepared Obama, a prepared Romney, anyone with a modicum of debating skill, that's all I'm saying, she has so many skeleton's in her closet, so many things in her 30 years of politics that could be dragged up, that for Trump to sit there and be harassed by her over Iraq... when SHE voted to go to war as a Senator was just bizarre to watch.

          1. PrettyPanther profile image85
            PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

            Then it says boat loads about Trump that he isn't willing to work for it. He's lazy and arrogant and blames everything but himself for his crappy debate preparation. This is not a man I would would trust to understand the nuances of foreign relations or the complexities of macroeconomies.

            I'm appalled that so many people readily forgive his outlandish and boorish behavior. The man has lowered the bar so far that all he had to do was stand there and look presidential, say a few reasonably intelligent things, and be able to pivot to Hillary's weaknesses. He couldn't be bothered to prepare and he couldn't hold his emotions for 90 minutes. Shameful that people believe he should be president.


            1. Ken Burgess profile image80
              Ken Burgessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              "I'm appalled that so many people readily forgive his outlandish and boorish behavior."

              If I may be so bold PP, that is because you are not objective in the matter, but rather you have chosen a 'side'.

              For anyone who chooses a side, who is devoted to one Party or another, sorry to say, but anyone that believes in one of these Parties is blind to the bigger truths, is unable to accurately judge either candidate.

              People who love Clinton right now, and are adamantly defending her, are some of the same people who hated her eight years ago, as she challenged Obama.

              I don't even have to go that far back, people who despised her only a couple months back for having the primary rigged, for getting all the Super Delegates before the contest even began and cheating Bernie and all voters out of a real election process, are now defending her as if she is a 'savior' from a terrible demon about to possess them.

              It's crazy, I see intelligent people making astoundingly ignorant arguments on her behalf that I know are totally false.  I countered one argument someone made just the other day about the DoD and secret information... and in the very same thread, today, they go and repost their totally inaccurate and completely false thousand word essay that essentially states "I think I know about classified information, and I want to convince you it is not an issue".  But for anyone who DOES know anything about the matter, we know too well everything typed there is garbage.

              Trump sucks... sure, I'm OK with that.  But Clinton sucks just as bad.

              Trump lies, cheats, probably has a bit of sexism in him.

              Clinton lies, cheats, probably has a bit of sexism in her (looking at her husband's affairs, who can blame her).

              Here are the only differences I see in them.

              Clinton is a politician, she will sell to you whatever you want to hear.  She has people out there dedicated to finding out what you want to hear, and then she is going to tell it to you, in a nice, well rehearsed statement.
              She has changed her position on most things, trade agreements, war efforts, taxes, anything other than strong cornerstone Dem Party positions like Abortion, she has flip flopped on.
              She is corrupt as Trump is, the difference being he made his in business, she made hers in politics... she owes a lot of the wrong people a lot of favors because they made her a millionaire and are putting her into the Presidency... where as with Trump, no one knew a year ago he was going to run, and no one thought six months ago he was going to win, so I doubt he owes anyone anything to be where he is now.

              And see THAT is common sense thinking... that is looking at the issue objectively.  Clinton OWES people... she wouldn't be worth 100 million dollars and she wouldn't be a step away from the Presidency without 30 years of compromises and corrupt dealings.

              Trump... no one in their right minds thought he would be where he is right now, not even a year ago.  So any garbage spouted about him being in cahoots with the Russians or China or who-ever is absurd.  He ISN'T a politician, he WASN'T supposed to win... he is the CLEANEST, most STRING-FREE person to run for President in our lifetimes.

              There is no Soros behind him... there is no Saudi and China money invested into him to the tune of hundreds of millions like is invested into Clinton.  And THAT is why every major media outlet is out to destroy him.

              Who owns the media?  Who benefits from these terrible trade agreements Trump wants to attack? 

              It comes down to a simple equation... you either want the Establishment to stay the same, you want the debt to rise, the trade deficit to continue to drain our wealth, Washington to continue to ignore voters and their interests... you want to continue to believe in the farce known as the two party system.  Or you want to vote for the anti-Establishment non-politician candidate that both parties hate.

              1. PrettyPanther profile image85
                PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                See, you are doing exactly what you accuse me of doing by saying I want the establishment to stay the same.. NO, I DO NOT.

                However, it is incredibly poor judgement to pick a rich boy buffoon who is from that very same establishment you despise, to be your establishment disruptor.

                When we find someone with vision, courage, intelligence, and the ability to lead, I willbe first on board. Trump is not that leader. He is an embarrassment.

                We're going to have to wait at least four more years.

                1. Ken Burgess profile image80
                  Ken Burgessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                  Here is how I would argue for Clinton.

                  She has 30 years experience, she knows Washington inside and out, she knows how to play the game and she knows world affairs far better than Trump.

                  When it comes to becoming President, unlike Obama, and unlike what would happen with Trump... she is not going to spend the first two or three years on a 'learning-curve' dealing with foreign relations, or dealing with Congress for that matter... Clinton has been there before, as first lady she was as involved as anyone in that Administration, electing her is almost the equivalent of re-electing Bill again.  But better, because they have been through it all before, and honestly she is much tougher than him... and you don't have to worry about her getting a BJ in the oval office.

                  I could go on... it is not exactly hard to put up good arguments for her... I don't know why I haven't seen stuff like I wrote up above a thousand times already... it is a far better argument than what we have been getting.

                  Which bring me back to my original issue on the Iraq... I honestly don't know what was worse, her serving him up that softball that he should have knocked out of the park... or his waffling words on how he didn't.

                  She is not a good debater, that was what I was stating originally, and had she been up against a good debater... like Obama or Romney who had plenty of experience at it, she would have been fried alive Monday night.

                  Only someone so self centered, and inexperienced at the game of politics as Trump, could make her come off as good as she did.

                  Those rumors of them being great friends, and this all being a ruse to get her elected seem plausible after all... and I would be willing to believe that if not for Trump's hugely huge ego and self-centered-ness.

                  I'm sure Romney cried himself to sleep Monday night after that debate.

                  And you are wrong, the GOP didn't want him, the powers in the GOP despise him probably more than they do Clinton, because he hijacked 'their party' and that's the other mistake "you guys" are making...
                  Trump isn't the GOP standard bearer... he isn't their choice.  They let him run on the Republican ticket thinking he was a joke and that he would be gone by March.  And they lost their Party to him... I doubt HALF the usual big wig supporters of the Republican Party are actually supporting him.

                  Trump's support comes from the centrists, the anti-Washington types, the fed up with politicians and their lies types, the I've been under-employed for ten years now types, the I just lost my job to a H1-B visa immigrant types, etc. etc. ... in other words, common people, not extremists.

                  1. PrettyPanther profile image85
                    PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                    People do argue for Clinton that way. If she can cure her penchant for unnecessary secrecy, she could be a great president. I hope will rise to the occasion.

              2. colorfulone profile image89
                colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                Its that simple.  Its Trump against a duopoly.

                1. Castlepaloma profile image26
                  Castlepalomaposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                  I can't imagine choosing between two great evil when I have the choice to not to vote at all, that would take integrity. How many people have the integrity like Snowden any more toward exposing a turnkey ownership by the diesesd greedy bastards. Trump believes Snowden need to be put to death. If Trump dose not forgive himself for being a greedy bastards with selling products like tobacco, Alcohol, gambling casino, fast good and clothing products Made in China. How could Trump give a hoot about the little guy or minority groups.

                  One thing I give credit to Trump, he knows there will be a dollar collapse, in which mean there is nothing a politician can do, yet destroy even greater. Sorry folks, America and the World history has come to across roads. Lying only imprisons yourself and a people revolution is the only answer on the table to stop the greedy dierese from running our entire lives.

                  1. colorfulone profile image89
                    colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                    I think Trump has allowed some people with little accomplishment into his campaign, because they like him, so he likes them then too.  Such as Bill Clinton's former CIA director.  I'm still like, "What is that?"  ... but, he did say he is now for nationalism. 

                    I think Trump needs to listen to William Binney, former intelligence for the NSA, who quit his job because of the mass surveillance after 9/11 on Americans under the Bush Administration beginning in 2001, and through the present Obama Adm.  They said its to track terrorists, but it hasn't stopped terrorist attacks on American soil.  According to Binney, the NSA is creating a global surveillance system to control the population.

                    On Snowden.  Why, didn't the United States president revoke Edward Snowden's passport?  That is my #1 question, because... He was in China sharing information, and then he was allowed passage to Russia to share more US Government information.  Sure he blew the lid off Hillary Clinton illegally sending and receiving classified  information on a private unsecured email server...that makes him a HERO?  She is above the law, so what difference does it make.  And, where the heck did Snowden even appear from? 

                    Protecting America and individual's privacy should be top priority, but it is not for the Bush / Obama Administration and certainly not for former Secretary of State Clinton.  The NSA has Hillary's 30,000 deleted emails, and I for one am real curious as to what is in them.  What are they hiding?

                    The Obama Adm. would like Snowden's return, and him to plead guilty.
                    I have more questions to be answered before I'll make a judgement, but I'll say this...something smells real fishy.

          2. colorfulone profile image89
            colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

            That was a curious moment, but Trump decided to refrain.  That took great restraint, that's what I saw.  I wanted him to take the punch, but I trusted Trump's judgement. 

            As polished as Hillary was, she had her moments of pure mean-spirited bitch, I saw that.  People saw that, the real Hillary. Hey, some people identify with that because it resonates with them. 

            The non-rigged polls are showing Trump's surge.

            We cannot judge the speed of a speck of dust in the eye of the storm.  We have to be patient and wait till everything claims down.

        2. colorfulone profile image89
          colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

          Lester Holt, ignorantly said 'stop and frisk' is unconstitutional.  Its not unconstitutional.  Terry vs The United States is the law of the land by the Supreme Court of the USA. It hasn't been reversed. Police do stop and frisk all over America. It was unconstitutional as it was being applied, because it was being done incorrectly according to the judge. An appeal was never granted.  Stop & Frisk is law.

          Even, Hillary Clinton said at the debate "stop and frisk is unconstitutional." ... And, she wants to be president? Are they both ignorant?  I don't think so.

          Trump was right! ... but he had to debate two people, not one.  Can I hear "that's deplorable at a presidential debate" from you?  Let it sink in.

          1. Credence2 profile image86
            Credence2posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

            'Stop and frisk' as it has been practiced in Minority communities and recently discredited in New York, will not tolerated by black or Hispanic groups, period. So if Trump wants to continue his downward spiral with these fast growing demographics, let him continue to promote this before lily white audiences as his 'solution' to the innercity crime problem.

            1. Live to Learn profile image82
              Live to Learnposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              Although I agree that it should not be used simply by skin color, neighborhoods prone to gun violence, if peopled by those of a certain skin color; they wouldn't be profiled for their skin color. You and I wouldn't be wandering around such a neighborhood, would we?

              Give us a good idea as to how to get the illegal guns out of the hands of gangs. We need it. Although I can guarantee you, to clean up areas in Chicago and that like it would take a suspension of some civil liberties. And a great deal of effort at re-education to ensure it doesn't tumble back into violence.

              I sympathize, to an extent, with those who have tumbled into the life style. A guy who works for us used to sell drugs. He's committed to staying legal but he says it wasn't uncommon to have tens of thousands of dollars at any given time. A blue collar salary doesn't offer the same perks.

              1. Credence2 profile image86
                Credence2posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                First of all, I appreciate that you go after the problem without the need to subject an entire racial or ethnic group to extra-legal and tyrannical approaches that seem to flow so easily from the lips of others.
                This article help me to clarify the facts behind the issue.

                https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/won … -disagree/

                It certainly would be more fair to justify suspending traditional constitutional protections within zip codes that cross a threshold for violent crimes.

                But, that is not good enough for me. I have read that the vast majority of these stops are performed on those that are, in fact, not involved in criminal activity. While the 1968 ruling permitting this 'Stop and Frisk practice stands, a recent ruling in New York circumcribed its use. Before, the stops were taken at random, like scooping people up in a net, releasing the vast number of those who were later found innocent of any wrong doing.That is much like profiling, giving these officers authority to operate stop and frisk based on hunches and intuition, rather than probable cause or reasonable suspicion. I would be embarrassed and angry to be individually singled out in that way, even as I don't live there.That is standard that we all expect. The entire community should not have their constitution rights suspended to deal with a relatively few miscreants.

                Of course, conservatives say that 'stop and frisk' is effective, so is simply imprisoning every black man, but is it constitutionally correct?

                The new ruling has not ruled stop and frisk unconstitutional, it simply says, that law officer had better possess supportable evidence as to why someone was stopped and subsequently frisked.

                1. Live to Learn profile image82
                  Live to Learnposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                  I would think that if decent people living within a certain zip code that was prone to excessive violence could reasonably believe that a temporary suspension of civil rights would result in the neighborhood being cleaned up and there were plans in place which they believed would keep it clean; they would then be willing to explore that option. Property values would be expected to rise and businesses would be more prone to set up shop. Although, I guess those who were in low rent housing might worry that a cleaner neighborhood would result in higher rents.

                  I get what you are saying though. Police do over reach and do profile and no one should be subjected to that without evidence of clear and immediate danger to the public if it is not done.

            2. colorfulone profile image89
              colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              Geeze Cred, that sounds racist and bigoted. Trump has addressed more than just lily whites, Cred.  He is giving 1-2-3 rallies everyday, town halls, etc.   

              I don't believe criminals have the right to have guns and kill each other or innocent victims, that's anti-social behavior, and they need a real leader that will help them make up their minds for the better.
              Stop and Frisk is proven to save lives. 

              Donald Trump Town Hall Event in Cleveland, Ohio with Sean Hannity 9-23-2016
              36:00:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE9yrHiayaQ
              (the link about is very educational for anyone).

              Trump praises 'stop-and-frisk' police tactic at African-American town hall
              00:47:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1ozGvuwDks

            3. colorfulone profile image89
              colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              That sounds so racist and bigoted, Cred!   Unbelievable!  I recommend listening to this African American Town Hall with Trump and Sean Hannity.  It is highly educational with honest facts and figures.  Please, do yourself a favor and listen to it and fact check it.  -  God bless! 

              3,660 people are dead since Obama has been president in his home town of Chicago alone.  That sounds like genocide because of lawless leadership, doesn't it?


              Trump, Muhammad Ali and Rosa Parks
              Do your homework this was not just a photo op!

              1. Credence2 profile image86
                Credence2posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

                Nice photo op, Colorfulone. I don't care about pictures, I am looking for his record of behavior relative to AFRICAN-americans and in regard to their communities. It hasn't been good. Thanks for the video, he comes off as quite reasonable in this setting. But his record doesn't give me reason to trust  him while he is good with expediency. Unlike Bernie SAnders, whose record in these matters was beyond reproach, Trump, not so much.

      2. colorfulone profile image89
        colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

        Ken, Hillary said that violent crime is one half of what it was in 1991, and that property crime is down 40%.  She told the truth for a change!

        Proof that politicians, including Hillary, have to create a 'unicorn' as a reason for gun control, when the reason for lower crime rates is because more people own guns. Gun sales have been booming!

        Hillary believes in gun confiscation by extrajudicial means / No Fly List. 
        I don't trust Hillary Clinton, not when she calls American voters DEPLORABLES and IRREDEEMABLES. She doesn't want to be a president for everyone. Trump does.  Americanism not Globalism!

        I think the No Fly List is a good idea for actual terrorists, but too many non-criminals have gotten their names on the list, and presently its near impossible to get it removed (depending on who you are, or who you know with clout).  Trump will make it easier for non-criminals to get their names removed from the No Fly List.  Otherwise, he thinks its a good idea to have the list.

        1. Castlepaloma profile image26
          Castlepalomaposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

          I don't believe in Government stats. The guns are for gearing up for the dollar crash. Besides guns are triple in committing suicide and greater in killing someone you known than killing a criminal. Plus 95℅ of crimes are occupanial, like wall Street and corporatism.

          They never stop thinking of ways to terrorize the little guy.

          1. Ken Burgess profile image80
            Ken Burgessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

            I am not sure what exactly all your points were... but one thing I can say, many people are stocking up on weapons and ammo with the belief that there is a major crash coming.

            I tend to agree with that sentiment a lot more now than I did ten years ago when it just started becoming popular to be a 'doomsday prepper'.

            We are sitting on 20 Trillion dollars in debt, and it has to grow at a pace of almost 2 Trillion dollars a year from here on out just to maintain the system as is right now...  we are running a trade deficit, all countries combined (China, Mexico, etc.) of near a trillion dollars a year now...  the inflow of immigrants (we are the third most populated nation in the world)  keeps our social welfare costs just going up, as our jobs keep leaving the country...

            So yeah, looking at all the signs, it doesn't look like it will take much to force our economy into a major nose dive that could make the world a much more dangerous place than it is right now.

            1. colorfulone profile image89
              colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              We certainly can hope that when the crash comes, and it will, that we will be able to land like a passenger plane safely on the Hudson, because we don't have fuel to make it back to the runway, (analogy from a powerful Clint Eastwood movie).

              The globalists that we fight are an organized world-wide crime syndicate, and they are hell bent on a world government run by the big corporations that don't have the world's population's best interests. 

              "The Ultimate Goal of the NSA is Total Population Control" - William Binney, former head of the NSA, whistle-blower, 200 IQ
              https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfr … on-control

          2. colorfulone profile image89
            colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this



            1. Castlepaloma profile image26
              Castlepalomaposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              Same place Trump is going, if he gets selected.

    2. Castlepaloma profile image26
      Castlepalomaposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Oh Wow, politics has moved back to the Mythology God's. It's actually true the only true God that almost everyone worships every day is the Government. When you pay more taxes and fees than food and rent they become your God. Thank doG, I worship myself and environmental organisms first or I would get hammered every day too.

    3. colorfulone profile image89
      colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Take a walk with Trump as he makes his way from Trump Force One onto the podium at his Melbourne, Florida rally.  Feel the powerful positive energy of the America First Movement.  I love it!

      * https://twitter.com/i/web/status/780989940570157056

  2. IslandBites profile image86
    IslandBitesposted 3 weeks ago

    Pathetic. lol

    1. PrettyPanther profile image85
      PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Childish minds seek people to worship as though they are gods.

      I've also seen Trump referred to as a "Savior" in these forums.

    2. colorfulone profile image89
      colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Lester Holt  lol

      If he was wearing an earpiece at the first debate, that was illegal according to rules for that debate.  VIDEO and AUDIO

      The Federal Election Commission (FEC) specifically stated NO EARPIECE for the debate moderator.

      Lester was wearing an earpiece.  No question about it.

      1. PrettyPanther profile image85
        PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

        Will the whining ever end? You say "if" he was wearing an earpiece. I could say "if" Donald had prepared better his surrogates wouldn't have to cover for his laziness by whining about things that "might" have happened.

        A real man takes responsibility for himself and properly prepares for his work.

        1. wilderness profile image96
          wildernessposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

          You've made that comment - that Trump should have better prepared - several times now.  Tell me - how do you prepare for questions when you don't know what they will be or even the topic?  (Neither candidate, for example, seemed "prepared" at all for the cyber question - should not Clinton, politician that she is, and having personal experience with the problem, have been prepared for that?)

          1. PrettyPanther profile image85
            PrettyPantherposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

            She was as prepared as she could be. She has no real defense so all she can say is she was wrong, apologize, and vow to learn from it. That isn't enough for most people but that's all she can do, since she truly did something that there is no excuse for.

          2. IslandBites profile image86
            IslandBitesposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this


            "But no matter what Trump’s level of debate prep, it’s striking he didn’t have better answers prepared on birtherism, Iraq and his refusal to release his tax returns. Much of the public doesn’t care as much as the media whether Trump discloses the returns. But when he says he can’t because of an audit—but would if Clinton released her deleted emails—it sounds like his decision is purely tactical."

            1. Alternative Prime profile image86
              Alternative Primeposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

              "SHOCKING" if TRUMP LIED Right ?? ~ smile ~ He CAN"T Release his Returns but will Release his Returns under Certain CONDITIONs?? ~ sad

              DOES ANYONE even have PROOF that the IRS is actually in Process of AUDITING HIM?? I haven't seen a SHRED of Evidence ~ He can't even Produce the "AUDIT Letter" which is SIMPLE Generic Correspondence ~ sad ~ WHO still actually believes this SWINDLER ?? sad

              Maybe the REAL Reason WHY he's CONCEALING his Returns is that he and DONALD Junior & Sweet Little Ivanka have ALL been NAMED in a $250 MILLION Tax Fraud Law SUIT ~ Yup, it's TRUE but don't believe me, as USUAL, I Encourage EVERYONE to INVESTIGATE on their OWN ~ You'll be nothing less than "SHOCKED" ~

              "Delusional Donald" a Mentally Deficient, LOW Life, Draft DODGING Serial LIAR who the C.I.A. can NEVER Allow anywhere NEAR the Remote Control which "Activates & IGNITEs" PLANET Crippling Nuclear WEAPONs ~ It will NEVER Happen ~

  3. Aime F profile image83
    Aime Fposted 3 weeks ago

    Maybe the real Thor was trying to kill him but he missed.

    1. Castlepaloma profile image26
      Castlepalomaposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this

      Some gun owners on line,actual believe hammers kill more people than guns. Maybe Trump will start a military gang to stomp out Mexican and Muslims who won't leave.

      Thor would find this disgraceful.

  4. Alternative Prime profile image86
    Alternative Primeposted 3 weeks ago

    lol ~ "Delusional Donald" is THOR alright, in between SWINDLING THOUSANDs of Americans at "TRUMP University" or RIPPING Off AMERICAN Workers for NON-Payment of WAGEs, or Insulting Women & OUR Military Veterans ~ sad ~ Don't take my word for it, INVESTIGATE on your OWN, it's "EASILY Searched"

    P.S. ~ I could be wrong, but I don't think THOR had POORLY Placed Hair PLUGz nor did he wear a "MAN-Girdle" ~ smile

    BTW ~ Here's 2 "REAL POLLs" on WHO Actually WON the DEBATE ~

    Hillary 62% Donald 27%
    Hillary 52% Donald 21%

    IT was a "CATASTROPHIC FAILURE" for Donald & One REASON of a Multitude that they will NEVER give this Mentally ILL individual OUR Nuclear CODE ~

  5. colorfulone profile image89
    colorfuloneposted 3 weeks ago

    Another 'conspiracy theory' that was actually not a conspiracy theory
    http://www.debates.org/index.php?mact=N … eturnid=80

    Hillary Clinton responded to Trump’s claim Monday evening saying “anybody who complains about the microphone is not having a good night.”

  6. colorfulone profile image89
    colorfuloneposted 2 weeks ago

    The Monopoly Duopoly
    War strategy 101: divide and conquer.
    You Thought You Had a Choice -

    Now you do...
    Americanism not Globalism, is our credo!
    Thor crushed Crooked Clinton in the 2nd debate.

    1. Castlepaloma profile image26
      Castlepalomaposted 2 weeks ago in reply to this

      Except Ford that was the last 5 Presidents. 
      No hierarchy leader can make changes, only the people backed into a counter by abuse will change things for the better.

      Trump's 1.9 billion dollars can't match Globalists 100s of trillions of dollars. Plus, Trump  can't get into the door to any of these teams, then he is screwed. Plus he won't play ball with international trade countries, ....worst idea yet..

      If you took poll from outside of America the world's people would not vote for Trump. Plus no minority group of color in America will not vote for him.

      One huge thing going for Trump. If you think he is really bad or if you think he is really good. It dose not matter, as long as your talking about him. The Greedy Bunch either way wins again.

      1. colorfulone profile image89
        colorfuloneposted 13 days ago in reply to this

        "Plus he won't play ball with international trade countries, ....worst idea yet.."

        If you read Trump's policies on trade, you'll see that he is willing to negotiate better trade deals. Its the failed foreign trade deals made by incompetent politicians that are the major problem...loss of jobs, etc.

        "If you took poll from outside of America the world's people would not vote for Trump. Plus no minority group of color in America will not vote for him."

        Because of incompetent leadership, America has a reputation as a terrorist country, there's no pretty way of saying 'neocons' and 'war-mongers'.  There are intelligent minds in other countries that understand the corruption of the UN and the EU...more and more, and want to break free from the Globalist agenda.

        "One huge thing going for Trump. If you think he is really bad or if you think he is really good. It dose not matter, as long as your talking about him. The Greedy Bunch either way wins again."

        I like what Trump said when he began the race,... that he has been greedy, but that now he wants to be greedy for America.  Darn honest talk!  He said he will not take a dime in pay as president, that is yet to be seen (so is neither here nor there for me).  He doesn't need more money.

        The Rockefellers and the Rothschilds are upset. I know you get that! 

        If, Trump doesn't win, he'll go back to business, but even more famous through-out the world and become even wealthier than ever before.  But, he sees the need for a revolution, and he isn't backing down.  There is a movement happening...

        Trump wants to lower taxes...he'll have fight on his hands. It would bring jobs back from China, and put more money in people's pockets and create a stronger economy.   

        Hillary wants to raise taxes, she wouldn't have a fight at all.  More companies would move or be forced to close, and people's pockets would have less money.

        1. Castlepaloma profile image26
          Castlepalomaposted 13 days ago in reply to this

          Greed is the worst virtue in the world, no matter what side your from. No wonder many countries leaders including Canada'sTrudeau do not want to deal with Trump. The way of the world works now is world citizens sharing. Not a suckers pay off like from corrupted businesses and bankruptcy that will not be excepted for their imbalance. 

          The most important topic in the world is the natural environment. Trump will not seriously talk about that, except pretend to.

          It is unrealistic for North America to substance oversized houses and food then expect the higher paying jobs plus more jobs. American can not keep printing money or keep stealing from other countries by means of war to delusion their American dream myth going. The most people are in Delt for a lifetime and their children are in Delt for their lifetime.

          No strong man Mussolini or Beth person like Trump will make any difference except start wars faster.

          The Good News, the golden age of greed everyone knows except some people who can't see 6 inches from their faces. Because worldwide people's consciousness has reached the level of 80℅ that know greed is at the core of the World's problems.

  7. Castlepaloma profile image26
    Castlepalomaposted 13 days ago

    Watched the 2nd debate, On main topic both had more cons than pros. I watch for what is taboo or not talk about than what both are saying. Like ISIS, America is ISIS, they set up false flags all around the world. Like creating imaginary dragon monsters that you pay huge taxes on , rather than to cure worldwide poverty, that is truely the greatest killer on earth.

    More taxes to the rich and less for the poor both huge incredible BSers.

    Better health care for the poor, BS... America has a very low rate in life expectancy, Heath care and birth rates compared to other Western nations. Even compared to Cuba, Cuba rates better for homeless, Heath care, free education. Forget about 100 million baby boomers collecting full pension. They will steal much of it, if not all of that too.

    Did Trump have Some kind of hay fever, and he was blinking like crazy. Plus all that high anxietyty pacing like he is in overwhelm.

    I give the BS debate to hierarchy Hillary. Trump can't even get along with the hosts. May the best liar win.

  8. colorfulone profile image89
    colorfuloneposted 12 days ago

    This is really a good article. 

    All-out effort to destroy Trump PROVES he's not part of the establishment... NOT an insider... 'Trump' movement has grown way beyond one man's actions or words

    Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/055583_Donal … z4MpZ5vFTk

    Imama Obama showing off his erection to female reporters on a plane.
    Video footage:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04RhsO_fyZQ

    1. Castlepaloma profile image26
      Castlepalomaposted 12 days ago in reply to this

      Why he had a hard on, I don't know. It looks like he was trying to hide it, during a call.

      Must be Satan at work again.

      Trump hard on about Muslim and Trojan horses is something else. I am much more concerned about cops busting down our doors and killing us than any middle Eastern man. I have never experienced middle Eastern killers, yet I have experience cops killing people often enough.

      1. colorfulone profile image89
        colorfuloneposted 12 days ago in reply to this

        * Hillary Clinton voted for the attack on Iraq, that lead to the deaths of over 100,000 Muslims. A war that displaces millions of Muslims.

        * Hillary Clinton oversaw the attack on Libya, and laughed about it! An act of regime change that lead to the displacement of 400,000 Libyans, almost all of them Muslims. Of these, thousand have drowned at sea trying to escape the hell-hole Hillary helped create.

        * Hillary Clinton supported arming jihadist rebels in Syria, country of 90% Muslims, being almost completely ruined.

        * Hillary was responsible for policies that created ISIS, and she helped transfer weapons to ISIS.

        That's there in those emails
        * ISIS has been responsible for killing 10's of thousands of Muslims.

        * Hillary Clinton's policies have lead directly to the death and displacement of millions of Muslims...is the
        progressive candidate that Muslims should support.

        Muslim are not the problem, radical Islamic terrorists that are...they need to be stopped.  Peace loving Muslims are against the Islamic terrorists, they want them destroyed just as much as any peace loving person. 

        Legal immigrants don't want the illegal immigrants pouring into the states because they are losing jobs to them, and because of gangs, drug trafficking and crimes. Down in the border states, citizens want the wall...or something that works.  But, mainstream media won't report that because of their political leaning agenda.

        Fat chance of mainstream media will be covering this for more then a minute, if at all.
        'No To Wall" and ‘Islam or Die’ written on Texas Churches
        http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2016/10/ … -churches/

        1. Castlepaloma profile image26
          Castlepalomaposted 11 days ago in reply to this

          I could not imagine things could get worst than GW Bush, yet they have, alot worst.
          Because our Presidents are there for the delusion of freedom, we don't. We have privileges, not rights. No matter if it's Hillary or Trump in, it's the meat puppet masters show runned by imaginary money of the greedy bunch. Synthetic Energy vampires on green power to the people, so stick it to the man.

          1. colorfulone profile image89
            colorfuloneposted 7 days ago in reply to this

            Donald Trump is a sinner.

            Donald Trump is not perfect.

            Donald Trump is not a great spiritual role model.

            Check, check and check. Now let’s look at his policies:

            Appoint conservative Supreme Court justices
            Destroy radical Islamic terrorism
            Secure our country’s borders
            Restore law and order
            Negotiate fair trade deals
            Lower taxes on the middle class
            Repeal and replace Obamacare
            Bring back American jobs from overseas
            Make America energy independent
            Get rid of political correctness
            Protect the Second Amendment
            Balance our federal budget
            Preserve Social Security
            Repeal the “Johnson Amendment”
            Bring education back to the states (abolish Common Core)
            Take care of American veterans
            https://grandstandnews.com/2016/10/10/e … n-pillars/

            1. Castlepaloma profile image26
              Castlepalomaposted 7 days ago in reply to this

              Gee Trump is like me, a sinner according to the bible and not perfect.

              Where my difference from Trump.  My aim is to be spiritual sided that means no toxic material and no harming anyone or killing of anyone or stealing from anyone, that takes a politician.  I can not following any leader who is not ethical.

              You are better person than Trump, why follow less worthy leader on a impossible task.?

              1. colorfulone profile image89
                colorfuloneposted 7 days ago in reply to this

                I'm just another sinner saved by the grace of God.  Its a movement...this isn't about Trump. He is standing up against the corrupt establishment, the corrupt media, the globalists, the UN...against the NWO agenda!  You gotta' admit that takes supernatural courage. 

                Trump's rallies are packed! 
                https://www.facebook.com/cheryl.cunning … 354113808/

                1. Castlepaloma profile image26
                  Castlepalomaposted 6 days ago in reply to this

                  Well, same with Obama, I thought most of the ideas were there, except too good to be true.

                  Especially coming from Trump's background, like a snake bite salesman who will sell you anything you would want to buy, except the honest delivery of it. Trump being a big gambler, I wonder how the house of cards are going to fall. With all at stake, he is playing with. I wonder how much more is it about stupidity than the courage of the real thing.

                  1. colorfulone profile image89
                    colorfuloneposted 6 days ago in reply to this

                    Trump vows to clean up Washington, is claiming he'll "end government corruption". Trump says he wants to ban executive branch officials from lobbying the government for five years after they leave the White House - and wants Congress to do the same for members and their staffs. He also wants to expand the definition of lobbyist and is calling for a lifetime ban on senior executive branch officials lobbying on behalf of foreign governments.

                    Its worth the gamble to me!

  9. colorfulone profile image89
    colorfuloneposted 2 days ago

    Strong language alert. You know how black rappers are...they don't care what you think.   50 Cents likes Trump because he is outrageous.   

    Scareface ~ "I love Donald Trump"
    Lil Scrappy
    Dame Dash
    Jim Jones
    Young Jeezy

    https://www.facebook.com/14411443938700 … 332715548/

    1. Castlepaloma profile image26
      Castlepalomaposted 2 days ago in reply to this

      He is fun in the entertainment business. But running a country from base on him being a megalomaniac killer clown, is not funny.