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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby MarcosZeitola » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:12 am

I think it would be naive to believe Donald Trump is any less in Wallstreet's pocket then Hillary when both of them give speeches on numerous occassions that they refuse to give us the transcript of. He's just as much of a shill as she is, just as much owned by interest groups, just more charismatic and a good enough salesman to sell the ridiculous notion that he is somehow not a part of the establishment. But they all are - the ones that are not, are the ones that lose. Guess we'll know in November...

You people are as excitable as progressives were about Obama back in 2008, it's kind of pathetic really. You hail some loud-mouth trash talking conman from New York as the new Messiah, but he's just a con artist with big hair and big charisma.

I don't think any candidate running today would be radically different from what America is used to. Trump is persona, a character. I don't feel for even a second he's the real deal. I just root for him to win because he is the candidate with the most entertainment value.
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby Mr S » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:24 am

From my own research and analysis, Trump should win and I will be voting for him.

However, I believe many electronic voting machines are rigged, especially in battleground states and if the powers that be really want Hillary to win, they will rig them to win. I believe this is the last election to stop America from taking the path well trodden by other countries to a statist/plutocratic, merging of corporate/government socialist type governing system, which will slowly erode the remaining vestiges of whatever is left of our constitution. The Dems or Communist party will work on minimizing or eliminating the 1st and 2nd amendments and depending on how that goes others not favorable to socialism will be curtailed as well along with them creating new amendments that favor their socialist/communist one world government agenda.

Although the Repubs are essentially on the same side as establishing a world corporate type style government, they are attempting it in a different fashion than the Dems and at a slower pace as well, which gives the average unenlightened person time to wake themselves up and see/understand what the true agenda of many elites are in the world. The Dems are just ramming their agenda down our throats whether we like it or not, whereas Repubs are using more of a soft approach, mainly through the economic, finance/banking system. (Dems are too but they are more connected to social war agendas and upending culture to create change)

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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby dreamofarakis » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:48 am

Regardless of anything I think Trump's done us a huge favor by ACKNOWLEDGING that there's an illegal alien invasion and bringing it to debate. Prior to trump none of the politicians would even TOUCH or ACKNOWLEDGE the issue. The only reason its even being debated is because of the god emperor Trump.

All hail the god emperor. *bow* *bow* *bow*
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby Adama » Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:34 am

Every politician offers hope in the beginning but they never deliver, and then the silly people get their hopes up again with the new candidate on the "other team." Wash and Repeat. People just don't get it. I recently met a man in his 80s who was talking about Trump finally making some change. The man was over 80.

Trump is likely not even a billionaire. Wiki used to say that his net worth was around half a billion. It also used to say he inherited about $400 million.

Why does the man have a TV show? Trump makes $6 million dollars off his TV show. The man is an actor on TV paid into the millions, yet people think he's a truth teller? And if he is a real Billonaire, why's he wasting his time doing a TV show for such relatively little money? Why's he got to borrow money from his brother-Jew Billionaire Carl Icahn?

They are all part of the same team. The opinions that he has right now? Well just a few years ago he agreed with Hilary on a number of things. They are flip floppers just depending on the season and the script. Sleepwalkers keep thinking this stuff is real. It is fiction. Just like anything else you watch on TV.
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby Ghost » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:14 pm

I would be willing to vote for either Trump or Hillary, provided that someone is willing to pay me enough. That's how little voting matters now.
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby jamesbond » Mon Aug 01, 2016 1:14 pm

dreamofarakis wrote:Regardless of anything I think Trump's done us a huge favor by ACKNOWLEDGING that there's an illegal alien invasion and bringing it to debate. Prior to trump none of the politicians would even TOUCH or ACKNOWLEDGE the issue. The only reason its even being debated is because of the god emperor Trump.

All hail the god emperor. *bow* *bow* *bow*


Exactly, if it wasn't for Trump bringing up the radical Muslims coming into the US and other countries as well, the media would not be talking about it.

Think of all the liberal supreme court judges Hillary would appoint if she is elected president. It's estimated that in the next 4 years, 3 to 5 justices will either resign or die.

I am hoping Trump wins and I am praying that Trump wins.
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby gsjackson » Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:38 pm

MarcosZeitola wrote:I think it would be naive to believe Donald Trump is any less in Wallstreet's pocket then Hillary when both of them give speeches on numerous occassions that they refuse to give us the transcript of. He's just as much of a shill as she is, just as much owned by interest groups, just more charismatic and a good enough salesman to sell the ridiculous notion that he is somehow not a part of the establishment. But they all are - the ones that are not, are the ones that lose. Guess we'll know in November...

You people are as excitable as progressives were about Obama back in 2008, it's kind of pathetic really. You hail some loud-mouth trash talking conman from New York as the new Messiah, but he's just a con artist with big hair and big charisma.

I don't think any candidate running today would be radically different from what America is used to. Trump is persona, a character. I don't feel for even a second he's the real deal. I just root for him to win because he is the candidate with the most entertainment value.


Trump made his money with a different class of NY crooks than those inhabiting the financial sector. He's from the bricks and mortar world of building things, not the sharpies who skim off unearned profits from real economic activity.

He sounds like he's going to be reasonable on foreign policy and try to torpedo trade agreements. That's good enough for me (and enough for the plutocrats to want to take him out, since his running mate has diametrically opposed positions on these issues).
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Re: Will you be voting for Trump?

Postby MattHanson1990 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 11:28 pm

gsjackson wrote:
MarcosZeitola wrote:I think it would be naive to believe Donald Trump is any less in Wallstreet's pocket then Hillary when both of them give speeches on numerous occassions that they refuse to give us the transcript of. He's just as much of a shill as she is, just as much owned by interest groups, just more charismatic and a good enough salesman to sell the ridiculous notion that he is somehow not a part of the establishment. But they all are - the ones that are not, are the ones that lose. Guess we'll know in November...

You people are as excitable as progressives were about Obama back in 2008, it's kind of pathetic really. You hail some loud-mouth trash talking conman from New York as the new Messiah, but he's just a con artist with big hair and big charisma.

I don't think any candidate running today would be radically different from what America is used to. Trump is persona, a character. I don't feel for even a second he's the real deal. I just root for him to win because he is the candidate with the most entertainment value.


Trump made his money with a different class of NY crooks than those inhabiting the financial sector. He's from the bricks and mortar world of building things, not the sharpies who skim off unearned profits from real economic activity.

He sounds like he's going to be reasonable on foreign policy and try to torpedo trade agreements. That's good enough for me (and enough for the plutocrats to want to take him out, since his running mate has diametrically opposed positions on these issues).


If Trump wins, it's GUARANTEED the North American Union won't happen. Mexico won't become any more Americanized than it is right now, and obesity will likely go down. And America would slow down or stop the process of spreading its poison all over the world.

If Hillary wins, it's all over for the world.
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