Surprisingly, to me at least, he is still competitive in the presidential race. I have a hard time wanting to follow an individual that was featured on wrestling shows, reality TV, etc. He is certainly a media magnet because he is controversial and creates drama, but is he really a good fit to dealing with issues such as a balanced budget and foreign affairs?
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The laws and checks and balances have not helped this century.
As long as you think one party is the problem and the other party has the solution, look back in recent history and find out the neither of them had a solution, but both are problem
I agree both parties are guilty of creating problems. However I don't believe the solution is to blow up everything in hopes of waking up to 1950 again. That seems to be the Tea Party goal. Ronald Reagan couldn't get their vote!
I certainly agree that the current system is flawed and has been for a while. I also like the concept of bringing in leaders from different sectors. The individuals most intimetely involved with critical decisions should have some industry experience
You and I agree, I wonder why the others don't ??
I would think that the republican party could source a better candidate as an industry expert, while being a little less flamboyant.
"no others out there who will take us out of the pit created by Obama." Trust me if things had being going "great" Obama would not have gotten elected in 2008!
Unemployment was 10%, stock market in the toilet, foreclosures at record highs, Wars
Spot on Scorpio. Though I don't agree with everything he did Obama is not the creation of the pit. That came from deregulation, not having proper checks and balances, and trickle down economic theory.