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The Donald will not give up and says he has investigators looking into Obama! should make OLY happy.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_thecutlin … ther-issue
He thinks he is smarter than both the Rs and Ds combined. What a waste of money - well he has lot of money to waste. If he runs, then R will not endorse him for sure.
"Do you consider yourself a Tea Partier?" Trump, "I think so..." Ok... let's play to the base. Smart move Mr. Trump.
For being so "smart", Bush and Cheney slipped right through this guy's radar...and everyone else's for that matter.Well, not Kucinich, but they ignored him.
Golly-how come these people are so smart now? SNARK. Could it be they are all friends with Koch??
Could Trump be a Koch-S*cker??
Trump may set the foundation for Donald Jr., who is a great man and will probably be in a better position in the future to hold the office of President.
Or his daughter Ivanca also a superstar in her own right, a woman has to break that barrier eventually.
I do believe there will be a Trump in the WH during my lifetime.
Donald has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Not only is he making talking points for the media to drool over but he is also increasing the Trump celebrity status at the same time.
I have to say, I saw the Trump's on Oprah, and I really liked Donald Jr.
But, this pandering to the elites...it's scary.
They know nothing of what it's like to be struggling in America. Nor do they care.
And, allowing the rich to continually get away with murder, just shows a bias that is serving no one but themselves.
what real politician knows what it means to struggle? the only one was taken for a ride...Christine O'Donnell. they all never struggled. and this guy is gaining traction, he does have the business experience and foreign affairs down to a science. He is a generous man too so I do feel he will help the people who actually need it, and I think he will do the right thing because he doesn't want a bad name. there are a lot of upsides to this guy. take the Obama blinders off and you will see, we are really at a crossroads here and if something is not done soon we will go over the cliff! our dollar is the currency used around the world if that changes we are done!
Err, I have no blinders on--I like what Obama is trying to do for America.
No-his kid, maybe.
O'Donnell? She's a do as I say, not as I do!
ALWAYS telling people how they have to behave...what IS IT with that?
I truly do not see where you see this man doing anything good? I'm not kidding, yes the health-care thing could have been good but what they passed so fast was disastrous. Trump is smart enough and can get us back on track and I believe if he does run and win everyone would be surprised. as far as Christine, I did not like her, I was just pointing out that she is the only politician I know that struggled. Like I said many times I'm sure Obama is a nice guy, does seem like a cool guy to hang out with but he has zero experience and I personally do not like his policies and weakness. and honestly when he had the house and senate he is the one who brought divide, remember sure they can come along but get in the back? The leader was suppose to bring everyone together he started very bad. Maybe he thought he would have the house and senate for 8 years? oh I remember one good thing, he stuck it to the credit card companies, but that is not major...but good
Well, I like him,and I'm sick to death of people deriding him just for flipping breathing!
Yes--the ugly from the radical right racists has pissed me off to no extent!
SICK OF IT! AND THEM!
What's their brilliant idea?
Cut taxes for Trump, so MY MOM has to pay more...GEE, thanks for NADA!
Gut social programs while giving away the farm to Oil Billionaires!
Do you know, moms are losing their kids to the state in Kansas, because they cut child-care funding?
ALL the while making it near impossible to have an abortion?
What is their goal? More kids for the state to do with as they see fit?
And--oh here's a good one!!:
Let's FIRE gvt workers....yeah-MORE people looking for work! More people on the unemployment line.
While losing all the nice-itties of living in America...all the things that make a country a country, and not a Consumer Mill.
I'm all for green energy-new and innovative ideas.
I'm all for KEEPING the social programs which poor people need to survive....unless employers want to pay a living wage? HA!
I want a consumer protection agency, credit-card reform, banking reform, money for Pell grants, the right to bargain!!
I want healthcare for all my fellow citizens, not just the special interest groups.
And I want you to look at me as a fellow citizen, not a muslim socialist out to take-over America for the New World Caliphate!
I support Obama, and I like him.
And I have the decency not to call you an anti-American traitor because you don't.
Danny, you make a few good points - I can't argue that. But I don't want a billionaire businessman as a president. I think Donald Trump is a great businessman, great humanitarian - don't get me wrong. But the Republicans will not endorse him - he's too out-of-the-loop and I guarantee you he has many, many skeletons hanging in his closet - both personally and financially. I am not saying that is right, but I think it is a reality. The Tea Party might run him - bad, bad mistake. That will be a repeat of the Perot debacle splitting the vote even further.
The Right has just gone over-the-edge - hopping in bed with the Tea Party may prove to be their downfall. Their deal with the devil has many liabilities attached to it.
In the spirit of a fair fight, I would rather see the Republicans run a main-stream, center opponent against Obama. That may give them a shot at the presidency. These whack-job, fringe figures will sink the election for the Right.
DTR I don't know about that tea party thing...look at the last election? that did mean something. my first choice is Ron Paul but they will make a joke of him. You see Trump is tough I feel he can go toe to toe with any of this politicians and If the republicans were smart they would get on board with this guy! who do the Repubs have?? nobody that truly stands out, at least not yet. Personally I think Obama was elected to shove it up Bush's you know what. he is the cause for a lot of our problems because of Iraq! so I think people realize Obama just is not experienced enough to really get the job done and make America look strong. Trump I know can. and I really think if elected he would shock everyone. I also think when he says he thinks of himself as a tea party guy he was playing to them...this man is just too smart. yes he believes in fiscally responsible but not all that other $hit. He really has a great heart.
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
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by Xenonlit5 years ago
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by Ralph Schwartz21 months ago
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