Do you agree with Donald Trump that we should revolt against the government over

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  1. yankeeintexas profile image62
    yankeeintexasposted 5 years ago

    Do you agree with Donald Trump that we should revolt against the government over the 2012 election?

    Listening to the late night news it was brought up that Donald Trump said that we should revolt over the results of the 2012 election. Do you agree, or is he being a little extreme? Or did the media take him out of content?

  2. Taurean Doll profile image60
    Taurean Dollposted 5 years ago

    He's making non sense issue simply because his beloved Romney lost. and he's carrying too much burden with his stupid bangs to have time to gather people and bribe them to revolt. People of America are not that dumb to agree with him, how could they afford to revolt against the government when the country is in recession?! Would U prioritize revolting when your family is starving?

  3. ThompsonPen profile image79
    ThompsonPenposted 5 years ago

    I have certainly seen worse outcomes of an election which resulted in a sever lack of revolting. If we can keep "calm" during those far worse times, then we can get by minus a revolt in these far better times with a far better president. At least this guy has for the most part kept us out of trouble. We're doing alright. No revolt necessary.

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    oceansiderposted 5 years ago

    Of course I don't agree, however I feel that down the road he will probably be impeached.....it would not come as any surprise.  I am so proud to say I did not vote for this man....He's done a poor job so far, so why would anyone choose to believe he will change?......

    1. Taurean Doll profile image60
      Taurean Dollposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I think U should focus on helping 'd Republicans formulate new strategy that cud help them win 'd next election instead of speculating Obama. People have spoken so that means to say they believe that there's hope inspite of current situation.

  5. point2make profile image80
    point2makeposted 5 years ago

    Donald Trump is irrelevant.....He has nothing to add to the national debate and he uses his "fame" to promote himself....for himself!  Ignore him...he will fade into the mist and one day, in the far distant future, if he is lucky, his name will be the answer to some obscure question on a 23rd century version of "Jeopardy"   
    "I'll take fools and jesters for 10"

    1. IDONO profile image81
      IDONOposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Actually, that question will probably be about Ivana, but someone may say," Wasn,t she married to that guy with weird hair that was bankrupt a couple times that kept firing people? " Nice girl!

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    Larry Wallposted 5 years ago

    I have never agreed with Donald Trump about anything. He may be very intelligent and he may have some good ideas, but I find his approach and attitude bothersome, thus I pay no attention to him. You can add that to my list of character flaws.

  7. thegecko profile image77
    thegeckoposted 5 years ago

    If he is really that concerned, he should have had more integrity and followed through with his own threats to run for office.

    And no, I do not agree with an eccentric billionaire who also attempted to extort the President on national television.

    He's way out of line and should start showing some respect.

  8. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 5 years ago

    you should revolt over donald trump. he has too much money and his hair kills me.

  9. TIMETRAVELER2 profile image97
    TIMETRAVELER2posted 5 years ago

    Revolt about what?  That Obama won fair and square and by a good margin?  Trump, as usual, is only wanting to see his name and face in the news and will say or do anything to make that happen.  He needs to get a life.

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    Eli Mooreposted 5 years ago

    I don't understand why people don't like Trump -- maybe because he's arrogant and outspoken.

    But, at least Trump isn't one of those billionaires who manipulates the media and rigs elections. Those are the ones you never, ever, ever, hear from.

    I like what Trump says. If there is to be a revolution, we need people at the top with money.

    The left has 10x the money and resources that the right has. This is according to David Horowitz in his book "The New Leviathan."

    The left conquered this country by aiming straight for the head of our country: politics, media, and academia. This was the plan of Antonio Gramsci and, later in the U.S., the Frankfurt School.

    We need people at the top to be outspoken and belligerent if we actually want to change things. 

    The Tea Party, and other grassroots movements, are useless.

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    Old Empresarioposted 5 years ago

    Let him lead the charge and see who follows.

  12. yankeeintexas profile image62
    yankeeintexasposted 5 years ago

    I think I better give an answer to my own question! As a Christian it is my duty to pray for the president, and those that are in authority over me. As much as I don't like President Obama's policies, but by no means am I to rebel against him.
    As far as Donald Trump goes he has no right to be calling for revolt! President Obama did win fair and square. Plus, I know several conservatives who did not vote!  So, before you complain about the election you had better have voted for one of the two candidates!

  13. personaltraining profile image49
    personaltrainingposted 5 years ago

    your country is bizarre.
    I hear conflicting opinions of how good a job Obama is doing domestically, but as far as foreign relations goes he is VERY well thought of throughout most of the world. It seems to me a big part of the reason why is that he (and his supporters) don't have this reactionary "take up arms and go to war" attitude whenever people disagree with them / they don't get what they want. And this includes your own people because they chose the opposing candidate in a free and legal election?
    For people who claim they have the greatest democracy in the world it is just BIZARRE that as soon as they don't get their own way they start talking about the sort of things they would invade a third world country for in the name of democracy ie armed revolt to overthrow the elected government. Just crazy.

    1. thegecko profile image77
      thegeckoposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      That's because we don't have the greatest democracy in the world, we have one of the most backward o.O

  14. Ms Dee profile image84
    Ms Deeposted 5 years ago

    Given there is such massive voter fraud by the Democrats in the swing states of election 2012 (see http://t.co/3BB9vnBl) I wish there was at least a recount in those states. I don't think we know for sure Obama won. I think Donald Trump's comments are based at least in part on this.

 
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