Trump is good for what ails you.
A bottle of Trump will fix the border, replace ObamaCare with something better, fix the education system, ban Muslim immigrants, save money and make America great.
When you buy a bottle of Trump your enemies will flee in terror, women will find you attractive and Trump will be more presidential after he wins the presidency.
A bottle of Trump will straighten out veteran care and get things done. We will win against ISIS. Youwill see your taxes cut and see jobs come back from China and Mexico. Companies will not leave and take jobs overseas.
A bottle of Trump will make you smarter than the other fellows when it comes to foreign trade.
In a few years we will say this isthe greatest bottle of snake oil you ever bought. That’s a promise. (Pay no regard to the ingredients.)
Rinse and repeat and repeat and repeat and repeat.
I repeat myself but I don’t inderstand the vitriol against Trump, I can’t believe it’s that you prefer Hillary Clinton with all her baggage and total lack of qualifications other than having been married to the original snake oil salesman, Bill Clinton. And after two terms of Obama who arrived from out of nowhere, a street hustler with no official credentials and has divided the nation like no other individual in any office. Trump on campaign is hardly Trump in a business setting with serious matters to discuss, refer back to the empty rhetoric of Obama in 2008 and 2012. Republican politicians worry is that he may call them to account instead of just ignoring them or rolling over them like Obama has done.
There a other choices, you are not required to choose from the two major parties.
Vote your principles, it’s the only place where principle is the determining factor!
Find out where your principles are and voice them.
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We agree. Trump is just like Obama.
Yeah – Trump is just like Obama.
Two peas in a pod.
In old Nevada day sometimes called it tarantula juice.
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Tarantula juice … that works, too.
About a year ago, my wife won an online contest to fly to New York City for a few days, and neither had ever been there, and neither of us wanted to go there, because NYC had never seemed that attractive to us. We realized that our negative attitudes came from decades of TV and movies that portrayed NYC as, well, a pretty crappy place. Lots of crime and corruption, rude people, dirty streets, racial strife, random murders, stinky subways, the Hated Yankees, and, of course, ghosts going apocalyptic.
I’m sure DARPA can relate…
In a lot of ways, Trump simply epitomizes my preconceptions of NYC and New Yorkers. He’s insulting, impatient, thinks he’s superior, says all kinda shit to sound tough, acts like he has a solution for everything, and can’t speak intelligently when you try to tie him down. And smells like the subway.
Yeah, to me, he’s the typical New Yorker, right, DARPA?
Besides those attributes, Trump has no sense of the Constitution, no apparent respect for the Bill of Rights, and believes every political problem can be solved with a sledge hammer. Or a bunch of money thrown at it. In short, I believe he would probably be a disaster if elected.
So, last September, not being able to cash out the prize, or take the trip somewhere else, we visited New York City for the first time. We arrived two days before the Pope, stayed overnight in Tribeca, visited Ground Zero, took the Staten Island Ferry, went up to Macy’s to shop, met my wife’s cousin at Grand Central Station for dinner, and tried to eat at Robert de Niro’s, but it was closed, but visited the Ghostbusters firestation on the way. We rode the subways without incident, or stench, enjoyed great weather, and had no problems with the people we encountered.
During those five days, all of our preconceived notions were dispelled, and we had a heck of a time, and if we win another trip there, we won’t hesitate to go again. Maybe we’ll even make it up to Central Park and beyond.
So, my hope is, that if it comes down to Trump and Hillary, I already know what the Clintons are all about, and I don’t want to see that level of evil back in the White House. Trump, on the other hand, might surprise me as much as my NYC trip did, and would be better that I expect. I don’t really think there’s much of a chance of that, but I can hope, can’t I?
Meanwhile, I’ll vote my conscience for president, which will probably be the Constitutional Party nominee, or the Libertarian Party nominee. After all, I haven’t voted for the klepto-republicrat nominee since 1984…