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  posted on 6/17/2015 at 11:44 AM
I welcome Mr. Trump to the fray. Just made a very interesting race even more interesting.

 

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  posted on 6/17/2015 at 11:45 AM
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Trump should run and be taken seriously. The only circus I see this summer is liberals trying to spin the "born white but I am black" into legitimacy. Its for another discussion thread , but since someone is talking about circus performers the libs have their own poster child.

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  posted on 6/17/2015 at 11:53 AM
Does anyone else think this whole things is a publicity stunt for Mr. "Let's Take Him Seriously" Trump? Does anyone think he has a clue as to what the lyrics of the song are (outside of the chorus) or what the song is about?


There's colors on the street
Red, white and blue
People shufflin' their feet
People sleepin' in their shoes
But there's a warnin' sign
on the road ahead
There's a lot of people sayin'
we'd be better off dead
Don't feel like Satan,
but I am to them
So I try to forget it,
any way I can.

Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world
Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world.

I see a woman in the night
With a baby in her hand
Under an old street light
Near a garbage can
Now she puts the kid away,
and she's gone to get a hit
She hates her life,
and what she's done to it
There's one more kid
that will never go to school
Never get to fall in love,
never get to be cool.

Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world
Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world.

We got a thousand points of light
For the homeless man
We got a kinder, gentler,
Machine gun hand
We got department stores
and toilet paper
Got styrofoam boxes
for the ozone layer
Got a man of the people,
says keep hope alive
Got fuel to burn,
got roads to drive.

Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world
Keep on rockin' in the free world,
Keep on rockin' in the free world.

[Edited on 6/17/2015 by gondicar]

 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 09:44 AM
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So, I guess Neil's okay with it?

Not an endorsement here (so hold your fire), but as with H. Ross Perot - it's good to hear a politician speaking in plain terms and saying what he means as opposed to dancing all around a question and coming up with a bunch of double-talk that doesn't come close to addressing the actual question. Let's see how it plays on the road.


A non-politician with a wealth of real world experience appeals to me. He'd be a much better President than what we have now, especially economically. We simply must get the economy growing again. Obamanomics = Zero growth.


What makes you think a billionaire would have the public's interest at heart. They did not become rich by worrying about the little man.

Besides Trump has had his share of failures.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/12-donald-trump-businesses-that-no-longer-exi st-204923129.html

Just because someone is rich means they are qualified to run this country



[Edited on 6/16/2015 by Bill_Graham]


12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.

 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 10:00 AM
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So, I guess Neil's okay with it?

Not an endorsement here (so hold your fire), but as with H. Ross Perot - it's good to hear a politician speaking in plain terms and saying what he means as opposed to dancing all around a question and coming up with a bunch of double-talk that doesn't come close to addressing the actual question. Let's see how it plays on the road.


A non-politician with a wealth of real world experience appeals to me. He'd be a much better President than what we have now, especially economically. We simply must get the economy growing again. Obamanomics = Zero growth.


What makes you think a billionaire would have the public's interest at heart. They did not become rich by worrying about the little man.

Besides Trump has had his share of failures.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/12-donald-trump-businesses-that-no-longer-exi st-204923129.html

Just because someone is rich means they are qualified to run this country



[Edited on 6/16/2015 by Bill_Graham]


12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.

 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 10:28 AM
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So, I guess Neil's okay with it?

Not an endorsement here (so hold your fire), but as with H. Ross Perot - it's good to hear a politician speaking in plain terms and saying what he means as opposed to dancing all around a question and coming up with a bunch of double-talk that doesn't come close to addressing the actual question. Let's see how it plays on the road.


A non-politician with a wealth of real world experience appeals to me. He'd be a much better President than what we have now, especially economically. We simply must get the economy growing again. Obamanomics = Zero growth.


What makes you think a billionaire would have the public's interest at heart. They did not become rich by worrying about the little man.

Besides Trump has had his share of failures.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/12-donald-trump-businesses-that-no-longer-exi st-204923129.html

Just because someone is rich means they are qualified to run this country



[Edited on 6/16/2015 by Bill_Graham]


12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!

 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 11:06 AM
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So, I guess Neil's okay with it?

Not an endorsement here (so hold your fire), but as with H. Ross Perot - it's good to hear a politician speaking in plain terms and saying what he means as opposed to dancing all around a question and coming up with a bunch of double-talk that doesn't come close to addressing the actual question. Let's see how it plays on the road.


A non-politician with a wealth of real world experience appeals to me. He'd be a much better President than what we have now, especially economically. We simply must get the economy growing again. Obamanomics = Zero growth.


What makes you think a billionaire would have the public's interest at heart. They did not become rich by worrying about the little man.

Besides Trump has had his share of failures.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/12-donald-trump-businesses-that-no-longer-exi st-204923129.html

Just because someone is rich means they are qualified to run this country



[Edited on 6/16/2015 by Bill_Graham]


12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161




 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 01:32 PM
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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

 

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I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

I thought you hated the "everyone does it so that makes it ok" excuse? What happened?

By the way, we're talking about actors paid to pretend to be supporters, not actual supporters.

 

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What's the value of integrity? Why is Trump misrepresenting his wealth? He seems to have a habit of pumping up his net worth and has done so for decades.

http://gawker.com/donald-trumps-grossly-exaggerated-net-worth-a-timeline-17 11718182

 

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 04:10 PM
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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 05:49 PM
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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

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The liberals have to attack all Republican candidates because they have no qualified candidate to support.





Do any of the early polls support your statement when comparing Hillary Clinton to various GOP candidates.? A simple "yes" or "no" is all we need.

Please stay on subject with a one word answer. We don't need a diatribe by you for this answer.

 

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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

___________________________________________________________________

The liberals have to attack all Republican candidates because they have no qualified candidate to support.





Do any of the early polls support your statement when comparing Hillary Clinton to various GOP candidates.? A simple "yes" or "no" is all we need.

Please stay on subject with a one word answer. We don't need a diatribe by you for this answer.

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  posted on 6/18/2015 at 09:20 PM
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note the masonic illuminati handshake


Do you remember the Apprentice show where Brett Michaels won the challenge? Brett did the signal (the index and pinky fingers held up and the middle two bent down) in front of Donald right before Donald announced that Brett won. Not sure if that is why he won, but it was there for all to see.

[Edited on 6/19/2015 by gina]

 

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There is something appealing about a candidate rich enough to finance his own ride without being beholden to a bunch of special interest donors. I liked what he said about Ford - who plans to open a 2.5 billion dollar facility in Mexico: "(if elected) I'll impose a 30% tax on every vehicle and part that comes into this country". He said that no other candidate has the means to make and enforce this threat - as Ford (and other companies) and their subsidiaries finance so many candidates.

For the record, I find Trump to be a pompous and self-serving a$$ with a monumental ego. It is the ego, however that just might make him want to be a leader. You know the wealthy, power types - always concerned about their legacies.

As someone stated in another thread - the whole GOP primary should provide some great entertainment. Personally, I think the Dem's will provide a few chuckles of their own.


LOL Trump says a lot of bold things, few of which could ever become a reality. I think he forgets there is a little thing called NAFTA which eliminated the tariffs he claims he would implement.

And as far as him being able to get things done because he is not controlled by big business I wonder if he realizes he can't just order things to get done like on his TV show and fire people who displease him.

Even if by some miracle he actually won he would have to deal with politicians from both parties who are controlled by big business. Like I said he comes out every election making big claims to get publicity.

As far as the Democratic debates are concerned, considering the lack of completion Hilliary has, I doubt they will come close to the entertainment circus the GOP debates promise.


I think he would demand answers from those working for him, and it would NOT be business as usual in Washington. He would get infrastructure fixed because he knows construction. He would create jobs because he hates outsourcing. I don't think he wants to conquer the Middle East we might have less wars going on there. He has managed his own money and empire which was based on business deals, so he is pretty good with accounting and financial management, and the country needs that. There are reasons to give him a try.

 

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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

___________________________________________________________________

The liberals have to attack all Republican candidates because they have no qualified candidate to support.





Do any of the early polls support your statement when comparing Hillary Clinton to various GOP candidates.? A simple "yes" or "no" is all we need.

Please stay on subject with a one word answer. We don't need a diatribe by you for this answer.

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If you don't like it that is too f'n bad.



So the readers of your evasive response will understand that your answer implies "no". Let's keep in mind that your original statement was nothing but your personal opinion. On the other hand, at least polls are based upon queries & accumulated stats. The consensus of polls doesn't support your opinion, but you probably already knew that.


 

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There is something appealing about a candidate rich enough to finance his own ride without being beholden to a bunch of special interest donors. I liked what he said about Ford - who plans to open a 2.5 billion dollar facility in Mexico: "(if elected) I'll impose a 30% tax on every vehicle and part that comes into this country". He said that no other candidate has the means to make and enforce this threat - as Ford (and other companies) and their subsidiaries finance so many candidates.

For the record, I find Trump to be a pompous and self-serving a$$ with a monumental ego. It is the ego, however that just might make him want to be a leader. You know the wealthy, power types - always concerned about their legacies.

As someone stated in another thread - the whole GOP primary should provide some great entertainment. Personally, I think the Dem's will provide a few chuckles of their own.


LOL Trump says a lot of bold things, few of which could ever become a reality. I think he forgets there is a little thing called NAFTA which eliminated the tariffs he claims he would implement.

And as far as him being able to get things done because he is not controlled by big business I wonder if he realizes he can't just order things to get done like on his TV show and fire people who displease him.

Even if by some miracle he actually won he would have to deal with politicians from both parties who are controlled by big business. Like I said he comes out every election making big claims to get publicity.

As far as the Democratic debates are concerned, considering the lack of completion Hilliary has, I doubt they will come close to the entertainment circus the GOP debates promise.


I think he would demand answers from those working for him, and it would NOT be business as usual in Washington. He would get infrastructure fixed because he knows construction. He would create jobs because he hates outsourcing. I don't think he wants to conquer the Middle East we might have less wars going on there. He has managed his own money and empire which was based on business deals, so he is pretty good with accounting and financial management, and the country needs that. There are reasons to give him a try.


He can demand all he wants but being POTUS is not a dictatorship so he can't get what he wants by barking orders as he has to deal with Congress. Considering the way he offends not only Democrats but attacks politicians in his own party to make himself look controversial I would say he would not have much luck getting the support he would need.

He can make all the pie in the sky claims he wants but in reality he would have a difficult time making any of his boasts a reality if he even had a prayer of winning which he doesn't.

[Edited on 6/19/2015 by Bill_Graham]

 

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12 Donald Trump Businesses That No Longer Exist.... Twelve. Twelve?

Boy, what a failure! NO mention of the hundreds still in existence and have led to a $9 Billion net worth.

Obviously, Ms. Holdodny holds a pre-disposed "slanted" view of Trump, making this piece and the contention within it totally worthless and not worthy of any discussion whatsoever.


Please provide a list of the hundreds of businesses that Trump started that are still in existence.

12 business failures is a poor track record. Trump likes to invest other people's money while protecting his own. Do a little research.


$9 Billion net worth and 24,000 employees. Epic failure!


Makes sense. With that kind of cash he can easily afford to pay actors to show up as stand-ins for his grand announcement. Where are all the real and rabid supporters of Mr. Money?

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/donald-trump-campaign-offered-actors- 803161



I'm sure he's the first candidate in the history of American politics to bring in some of his own supporters to appear at an event.

Trump has his drawbacks just like we all do, but to contend that he's some kind of failure in business is ludicrous.

___________________________________________________________________

The liberals have to attack all Republican candidates because they have no qualified candidate to support.





Do any of the early polls support your statement when comparing Hillary Clinton to various GOP candidates.? A simple "yes" or "no" is all we need.

Please stay on subject with a one word answer. We don't need a diatribe by you for this answer.

_____________________________________________________________

You are entitled to post what you wish and I will post what I wish.
As much a your type wants, you have no control over anyone.

If you don't like it that is too f'n bad.



So the readers of your evasive response will understand that your answer implies "no". Let's keep in mind that your original statement was nothing but your personal opinion. On the other hand, at least polls are based upon queries & accumulated stats. The consensus of polls doesn't support your opinion, but you probably already knew that.



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All posts here are that person’s opinion.
You for some reason believe that you can interpret what I meant to say. That alone is disturbing.

Wow, some obscure left-wing polls don’t support what you think my opinion is; imagine that.
That alone tells me yet again that I am right and you are not.

Why is it that liberals almost never state their position but always attack someone else’s position?



 

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  posted on 6/19/2015 at 03:03 PM
So you're a liberal?

 

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 10:05 AM
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Trump knows he has no prayer but he is an attention whore and will do anything to get press.

Man I hope most of these jokers make it to the GOP debates as it will be a three ring circus and comedy gold.


I don't know about the rest of the jokers, but Trump IS funny. He's already saying a lot of things that need to be said, and the way he does it is entertaining to listen to. I doubt some of the other candidates think it's too funny, but it is.

 

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 10:59 AM
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Trump knows he has no prayer but he is an attention whore and will do anything to get press.

Man I hope most of these jokers make it to the GOP debates as it will be a three ring circus and comedy gold.


I don't know about the rest of the jokers, but Trump IS funny. He's already saying a lot of things that need to be said, and the way he does it is entertaining to listen to. I doubt some of the other candidates think it's too funny, but it is.


You got me there Alloak with quotes like these I am sure the other candidates are shaking in their boots. With such oratory and diplomatic skills how can the man possibly lose?


1. Donald sewing up the Mexican vote:


When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending people that have lots of problems. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.

2. On using his expertise in air conditioning to create a competent ISIS strategy:


Some of the candidates, they went in and didn’t know the air conditioner didn’t work and sweated like dogs, and they didn’t know the room was too big because they didn’t have anybody there. How are they going to beat ISIS?

3. On how he would fix HealthCare.gov:


We have a 5 billion dollar website. I have so many websites … I hire people. They do a website. It costs me three dollars.

4. Donald showing his diplomacy skills:


When was the last time anybody saw us beating, let’s say, China in a trade deal? They kill us. I beat China all the time.

5. On God making him to make jobs:


I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.

6. On getting Mexicans to build a wall to keep themselves out of America:


I will build a great wall — and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me —and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.

7. Er…


They built a hotel. When I build a hotel, I have to pay interest. They don’t have to pay interest because they took the oil when we left Iraq, I said we should have taken. So now ISIS has the oil.

8. On politicians using the moon to distract people:


I watch the speeches of these people, and they say the sun will rise, the moon will set, all sorts of wonderful things will happen, and people are saying, ‘What is going on? I just want a job.’

9. On free trade:


Free trade is terrible. Free trade can be wonderful if you have smart people. But we have stupid people.

10. On why we need a President who wrote Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal:


We need a leader that wrote The Art of the Deal.

Donald Trump will be President in 2016, so don’t doubt him you losers.


http://thedailybanter.com/2015/06/10-quotes-from-donald-trumps-speech-that- show-hes-totally-ready-to-be-president/

 

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 02:16 PM
Neil Young Allows Bernie Sanders to Use "Rockin’ in the Free World"

After Neil Young issued not one but two statements about Donald Trump’s usage of “Rockin’ in the Free World” without his consent, the rocker has allowed the song to be used by Bernie Sanders.

In a press release issued by Sanders, he mentioned that he got approval to use the song for an event for the Democratic Party Presidential candidate at Hamilton Gymnasium at the University of Denver.

The news shouldn’t come to the surprise of many, as Young previously stated that he is a longtime supporter of Sanders. As far as Trump’s usage of the song is concerned, he has ceased using the song out of respect for Young, despite claiming to have paid both the ASCAP and BMI for the song rights.

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 03:07 PM
Perfect choice for Bernie. After all, Socialism is all about freedom.
 

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 03:17 PM
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Perfect choice for Bernie. After all, Socialism is all about freedom.

He has about as much chance of getting elected as Trump, I don't care who's song they use.

 

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  posted on 6/22/2015 at 03:21 PM


I'm surprised more folks on this site are not strongly supporting Bernie.

Trump is freaking hilarious IMO. I'm glad he's in the race.

 
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