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16 Things Overheard at a Donald Trump Political Rally

Updated on March 15, 2016
Donald Trump, billionaire businessman, candidate for President of The U.S.A.
Donald Trump, billionaire businessman, candidate for President of The U.S.A. | Source

Trump rallies: Flashback of wild, wild West

It's wild, man. Wild. Have you, my fellow Americans, ever in your lives seen such an exciting, nerve-bending time in our country as we get ready to elect a new President? I haven't. And I am not using this hub as an endorsement for any of the candidates still standing.

In this corner, oops, I apologize. This is not a boxing match, but close, we have the three candidates vying for enough delegates to be the G.O.P. nominee for The Oval Office: Billionaire businessman, Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz and Mark Rubio.

Mark Rubio, one of three men running against Donald Trump.
Mark Rubio, one of three men running against Donald Trump. | Source
Sen. Ted Cruz, is one of  Donald Trump's opponents.
Sen. Ted Cruz, is one of Donald Trump's opponents. | Source

What a heated-contest

Working harder than a beaver with one tooth are the two candidates hoping to garner enough delegates to be the Democratic nominee for our new Commander-in-Chef: Former Secretary of State, Hilary Rodham Clinton who is facing-off against Senator Bernie Sanders. What a contest, ladies an gentleman.

If you have been watching the news lately, Donald Trump has been the center of attention with outbreaks of violence by protesters at two of his rallies with Trump stating, "I do not condone this type of behavior, but to those who defended me and were arrested, I will pay your legal fees." He meant it too. Trump is not a nonsense type of person.

From left, Donald Trump, Stone Cold, Steve Austin, Vince McMahon.
From left, Donald Trump, Stone Cold, Steve Austin, Vince McMahon. | Source
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a candidate vying for the Democratic nomination in the race for The Presidency.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a candidate vying for the Democratic nomination in the race for The Presidency. | Source
Hilary Rodham Clinton, running against Sen. Bernie Sanders to hopefully win the Democratic nomnation.
Hilary Rodham Clinton, running against Sen. Bernie Sanders to hopefully win the Democratic nomnation. | Source
Former Mixed Martail Arts Champion, Ronda Rousey.
Former Mixed Martail Arts Champion, Ronda Rousey. | Source
Sam Elliot, "Brad Garrett," in "Road House."
Sam Elliot, "Brad Garrett," in "Road House." | Source

Let me quickly "cut to the text," with my title, which I think you will enjoy

16 Things Overheard at a Donald Trump Political Rally

  1. "Hey, man! Hey, it's you, ' Larry Swindle!" Didn't I see you at the Mayweather - Pacquio match?"
  2. "What is HBO boxing analyst, Jim Lampley doing here?"
  3. "A stand selling rotted tomatoes? At a political rally? What is this world coming to?"
  4. "Excuse me, sir. I didn't mean to, errr, Vince McMahon?!"
  5. "Marge, look on this program. Special speaker: Mike Tyson."
  6. "Stop kicking me in the back, buddy! Oh, man, Stone Cold Steve Austin?"
  7. "Honey, look! A booth down there renting boxing gloves."
  8. "Never seen so many bouncers at a political rally. Have you?"
  9. "Where did you hear that a remake of Raging Bull is being filmed here?"
  10. "This just keeps getting better. Look, "Bob," escorting Trump to the stage, Evander "Real Deal" Holyfield."
  11. "I cannot believe this! The entire cast of The Expendables sitting right in front of us."
  12. "If this is a political rally, what on earth is ABC Sports doing here?"
  13. "Oh, my goodness! Hear that music over the auditorium speakers, "Kung Fu Fighting?" What an interesting song choice."
  14. "Sam Elliott? Please! Not a remake of Road House."
  15. "This is the first time I ever heard of a political rally being on pay-per-view."
  16. "Awww, come on! Ronda Rousey?!"

NOTICE

This hub is in no way my personal endorsement of any candidate seeking the Republican or Democratic nomination for the President Election to be held in Nov. 2016.

Thanks for reading my materials.

Sincerely, Kenneth

Trump is always asking or answering questions at his rallies.
Trump is always asking or answering questions at his rallies. | Source

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    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hey, Suhail and my dog,

      I support whomever can tell me the truth and like you said, NOT take advantage of our country's weak economy for personal gain. I heard Dr. Ed Young, Winning Walk on Angel TV Network this morning and he said it all when he said, "show me a presidential candidate that can humble himself before the U.S. citizens and confess that he is totally helpless without God's help and without our support."

      Self confidence is great, but too much is, well, I do not want to say.

      Thanks for your comment.

      Write anytime.

      Peace.

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      Suhail Zubaid aka Clark Kent 

      2 years ago from Mississauga, ON

      Hi Ken

      I supported Republicans' Ronald Reagan and George Bush in the 1980s. While studying at Columbia, I was a student volunteer for them in NYC/NJ/CT tri-state area in 1984. However, what Republicans have become ever since those days, I am disappointed that I was once their supporter.

      I hope Ted wins Republican nomination. I sincerely do. Ted versus Hillary/Bernie contest promises to be real presidential affair, where serious stuff will be debated tooth and nail.

      Donald Trump is an opportunist, a real estate magnate, a divisive man, who will carve real estate parcels out of entire USA if elected to presidency.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Dearest Sparrowlet,

      Thank YOU so much for the following and your sweet comment. I want you to know that you can write me at anytime you want.

      You are a very talented hubber.

      I am honored to meet you.

      Kenneth

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      Katharine L Sparrow 

      2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      I am already following you! That is how I was alerted to this article! :)

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, Sparrowlet,

      Very nice to meet you.

      And thank you so very much for reading/commenting on this piece.

      The Trump run WOULD make the best reality show EVER.

      I invite you to follow me and I will in turn, follow you.

      Okay?

      And this comment is not of a cut/paste document.

      Peace.

      Kenneth

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      Katharine L Sparrow 

      2 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

      Cute! I agree that this is the most amazing election cycle that I've ever seen, and I'm a political junkie, so I pay attention to these things! It's like I can't wait to turn on the TV in the morning to see what else is going on today! It would be entertaining if it wasn't all so SERIOUS! Which it is. But, always good to laugh, even at serious things... where would we be without humor! Good idea for a hub, friend.

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hi, tsmog,

      You cannot fathom just how much I appreciate your comment. This would have made a great reality show. Do you agree?

      Love how you talked about the warehouse parking lot or office coffee counter things.

      Write me anytime. Peace to you.

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      Tim Mitchell 

      2 years ago from Escondido, CA

      Thanks for the chuckle. I do see it as comical too waiting for the next episode. The warehouse parking lot or office coffee counter have a bit of descriptive humor too I bet. ;-)

    • kenneth avery profile imageAUTHOR

      Kenneth Avery 

      2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Well, bradmasterOCal,

      It was not rocket science. It was a comical link to the recent news about Trump supporters and protesters coming to blows.

      And some, maybe most, of these things might be overheard at one of his rallies.

      It was just a bit of comedy. No point, political or theological intended.

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      bradmasterOCcal 

      2 years ago from Orange County California

      Sorry. I couldn't find the point of this hub.

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