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7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM
Posted: 4 months ago
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

#Treebrokethechurchbells--DD

"I am after all the purveyor of intellectually dishonest propaganda." --YYW
brontoraptor
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8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical to you?
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

#Treebrokethechurchbells--DD

"I am after all the purveyor of intellectually dishonest propaganda." --YYW
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8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical to you?

Your candidate has murdered, threatened and destroyed the lives of millions of people in real life. Not hypothetically. In real fuc*ing life. She took hundreds of millions from big banks and foreign oligarchs to help the poor(sarcasm). What the hel* is wrong with you idiots...
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/11/2016 11:38:33 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical to you?

What does she have to do? Nuke a country unprovoked that is our ally?!?!?

...oh wait...
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical to you?

Your candidate has murdered, threatened and destroyed the lives of millions of people in real life. Not hypothetically. In real fuc*ing life. She took hundreds of millions from big banks and foreign oligarchs to help the poor(sarcasm). What the hel* is wrong with you idiots...

Okay...

I wasn't aware that Hillary has murdered "millions of people." Please elaborate.

You need to calm down. Take a few deep breaths. Maybe go to an anger management class...
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

#Treebrokethechurchbells--DD

"I am after all the purveyor of intellectually dishonest propaganda." --YYW
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8/12/2016 12:18:37 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical toanger management class...

No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process? Oh wait...
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/12/2016 12:22:06 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 7/27/2016 1:29:01 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Donald Trump intro video-

http://youtu.be...

*

Trump's ex-wives Ivana & Marla Maples, support him in this endeavor. That means a lot. People who have lived with him, disagreed with him, and parted ways from him, and were once married to him, still respect him and believe he is the man for the job.

*

And words are cheap. At the end of the day, actions are what matters. Some accuse Trump of misogyny. But it's a false dichotomy by ommission.

1)When polled, women were attracted to a strong, dominant alpha male. Why? Because they were "real" and would "get things done that needed done".

2)Trump has hired more female executives than men.

3)Women working under Trump say he respects women and supports women

4)Trump's "Muslim ban" shows he wants to protect women. In Islamic countries, women have no rights.

He's protecting women from this:

Excerpt from article-

"During the 2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults, rape, groping, and numerous thefts were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre."

"All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. There are more than 1,900 victims " 1,200 of whom were sexually assaulted " and police stated that at least 2,000 men were involved, acting in groups. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of "Arab or North African appearance" and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before."

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Yes, he joked about Carly Fiorina. He also joked about Rand Paul. Get it? Or are women demanding to be coddled and spared the same treatment as the gentlemen? Surely not...

*

Temperments: Choleric

"Choleric people are leaders and directors. They seek to be in control of situations, to be on top, to be the best."

"They will 'rise to the challenge', in order to prove themselves, and look for opportunities to do so."

"They are 'thick-skinned', in many cases bulletproof against the criticisms of others, able to shrug them off."

Donald Trump has a temperment that is choleric. A choleric person speaks off the cuff. This is why Trump didn't use teleprompters through much of his campaign.

He shares this temperment with two notable men in world history. Both were ridiculed for their outspoken speech, but both were seen as heroes in the end.

*

1)FDR-

Here is FDR in the movie "Pearl Harbor"-

http://youtu.be...

Quote-

"I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."

*

2)Winston Churchill

Quote-

"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life."

*

Why Trump?

1)He is not your ordinary politician. "Yes, Trump is different. Guess what? That"s a good thing.

2)Trump is not reliant on donors. "This cannot be overstated enough. Not relying on donors, especially not following the typical politician model of huge support from just a handful of donors, is crucial. No one will own Trump.

3)Diplomacy."We keep hearing Trump isn"t "diplomatic." Interestingly, though, it is Trump who is willing to sit across the table and actually talk to Vladimir Putin.

4)An awesome first family."We can easily forget that we are not only choosing a president but choosing a First Family. You can't fake good kids.

"He spent his career with regular Americans. He hung out with the guys on construction sites, hanging sheet rock and pouring concrete."
-Donald Trump Jr.(on his father)

*

And then there is Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and Trump's VP.

Indiana has had AAA credit ratings with the three major credit-rating agencies since 2010, before Pence took office; these ratings been maintained through Pence's tenure.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org...

Mike Pence at RNC-
(Video for those interested)

http://youtu.be...

*

The point? Everyone points to Trump's temperment, but it is a temperment he shares with the greatest leaders of a time. We aren't picking a President to be a PC expert, a coward, or someone who has mastered lip service. We are picking a President to protect this great nation and get things done in a time when the West is in danger from radical Islamic terrorism. A vote for Trump is to protect women's and LGBT rights by defending against those who ideologically are commanded to submit and/or kill these demographics.

www.azquotes.com/quote/1485455

http://m.nydailynews.com...

http://dailycaller.com...

http://www.businessinsider.com...

http://temperaments.fighunter.com...

http://www.medicaldaily.com...

mobile.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/franklind135688.html

www.nationalreview.com/article/436505/mass-shooting-florida-anti-gay-violence-rooted-muslim-law

Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical toanger management class...

No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process?

Oh wait.and don't forget Syria that she ignored for 4 years as Asad gassed his own people to the tune of 500,000 deaths. And then Russia got involved so we got a bull sh*t s
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/12/2016 12:23:35 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
Story telling us "that's not who we are!". Fuc* those evil, wicked sons of bitches. No moles there.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/12/2016 12:25:17 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 12:18:37 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical toanger management class...

No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process?

Again, you make a claim without backing it up. This is a fallacy--an argument by assertion. Don't make ridiculous claims without backing them up.
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

#Treebrokethechurchbells--DD

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8/12/2016 12:31:14 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process?

Oh wait.and don't forget Syria that she ignored for 4 years as Asad gassed his own people to the tune of 500,000 deaths. And then Russia got involved so we got a bull sh*t s

Yup. And do you know why it's a mess? Because of George Bush's stupid war (which both Hillary and Trump supported). It created a power vacuum that allowed ISIS to arise and destabilize Iraq and Syria. Other than supporting the war, Hillary had nothing to do with it.
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8/12/2016 12:47:40 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 12:23:35 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
Story telling us "that's not who we are!". Fuc* those evil, wicked sons of bitches. No moles there.

I don't even know what you're talking about here. Be less vague.
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8/12/2016 1:27:57 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 12:25:17 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:18:37 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical toanger management class...

No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process?

Again, you make a claim without backing it up. This is a fallacy--an argument by assertion. Don't make ridiculous claims without backing them up.

This is common knowledge. She bombed the fuc* out of Libya and used miltary force to boot Mubarak from Egypt...our ALLIES. And the SGE said it was a fuc* up. So she is a clueless dipshit according to herself. google it.
"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

http://youtu.be...
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8/12/2016 7:17:39 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
Take it back? From who?

I s'ppose bronto's referring to the voices in his head again.
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8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 1:27:57 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:25:17 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:18:37 AM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/12/2016 12:13:06 AM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 11:34:58 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:59:16 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:41:47 PM, brontoraptor wrote:
At 8/11/2016 8:15:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
Trump is far too stupid to know how to take back the country. He doesn't even know how many articles are in the US Constitution; how could someone with this little knowledge of civics possibly know how to make change (much less positive, substantial change) occur?

http://www.cnn.com...

Really? He's a billionaire you ignorant wretch. And...he isn't being paid off by a country that told women's and lgbt's rights to go fuc* itself.

You're calling me ignorant and your own candidate (running for the most powerful job in the world) doesn't even know the simplest piece of information about his own country's founding document. Doesn't that seem just a little bit hypocritical toanger management class...

No. It's ignorance that will put her back in the place her husband was impeached from. Libya, Egypt, Benghazi, Waco...my god. Does she have to start assassinating Americans without due process?

Again, you make a claim without backing it up. This is a fallacy--an argument by assertion. Don't make ridiculous claims without backing them up.

This is common knowledge. She bombed the fuc* out of Libya and used miltary force to boot Mubarak from Egypt...our ALLIES. And the SGE said it was a fuc* up. So she is a clueless dipshit according to herself. google it.

Actually, she didn't boot Mubarak out of power. It was because of the Egyptian Revolution.

https://en.wikipedia.org...

Anyhow, Mr. Trump is grossly incompetent and would be even worse. Just read this terrifying article:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.
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8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.
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8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.
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8/12/2016 6:19:42 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

He is no more insane than JFK. MAD doesn't work if you have a weak leader. JFK probably saved us all.
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8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?
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8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

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"I am after all the purveyor of intellectually dishonest propaganda." --YYW
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8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.
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8/12/2016 7:16:58 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.

But with the current state of European relations, the chance that we would be for some reason bombed is extremely slim.

Under what circumstances would we be at war with Europe in the next four years? Wars take many years, even decades sometimes, to erupt. For example, the stage for WWII was set in 1918, 21 years before the actual war. How could Europe become so volatile in such a short time span that using nuclear weapons would be "on the table?"
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8/12/2016 7:23:48 PM
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Yeah, what better way to take our country back from rich oligarchs than by electing a rich oligarch. Just like there is no better way to preserve peace than by going to war, or there is no better way to remain a virgin than by becoming a prostitute.
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8/12/2016 7:26:25 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 7:16:58 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.

But with the current state of European relations, the chance that we would be for some reason bombed is extremely slim.

Under what circumstances would we be at war with Europe in the next four years? Wars take many years, even decades sometimes, to erupt. For example, the stage for WWII was set in 1918, 21 years before the actual war. How could Europe become so volatile in such a short time span that using nuclear weapons would be "on the table?"

Nuclear deterrent makes chickenhawks feel comfortable. There is no end to their fears, and the biggest gun they can get, the safer they feel.
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8/12/2016 7:33:58 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 7:16:58 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.

But with the current state of European relations, the chance that we would be for some reason bombed is extremely slim.

Under what circumstances would we be at war with Europe in the next four years? Wars take many years, even decades sometimes, to erupt. For example, the stage for WWII was set in 1918, 21 years before the actual war. How could Europe become so volatile in such a short time span that using nuclear weapons would be "on the table?"

A few points.
1) Nuclear war takes moments to erupt.
2) Weakness with some countries is perceived as weakness with all countries.
3) Either you ascribe to our current protections under MAD, or you have an unfounded belief that we can trust the world. People are governed by their self-interests, not something you read out of a textbook or a bible.
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8/12/2016 7:45:21 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 7:33:58 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 7:16:58 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.

But with the current state of European relations, the chance that we would be for some reason bombed is extremely slim.

Under what circumstances would we be at war with Europe in the next four years? Wars take many years, even decades sometimes, to erupt. For example, the stage for WWII was set in 1918, 21 years before the actual war. How could Europe become so volatile in such a short time span that using nuclear weapons would be "on the table?"

A few points.
1) Nuclear war takes moments to erupt.
2) Weakness with some countries is perceived as weakness with all countries.
3) Either you ascribe to our current protections under MAD, or you have an unfounded belief that we can trust the world. People are governed by their self-interests, not something you read out of a textbook or a bible.

And just because a cop brings a gun to work every day, does not mean he is going to need to use it every day. Some may never shoot a gun at anyone, but they still have it. It shows authority, something this country has lost in the eyes of our allies and our enemies. We need to gain that respect/authority back. I know other countries hate that, but you don't see them complain when we come to their aid when needed.
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8/12/2016 7:46:56 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 7:23:48 PM, BrendanD19 wrote:
Yeah, what better way to take our country back from rich oligarchs than by electing a rich oligarch. Just like there is no better way to preserve peace than by going to war, or there is no better way to remain a virgin than by becoming a prostitute.

Well said.
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8/12/2016 7:50:09 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/12/2016 7:33:58 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 7:16:58 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:42:00 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:37:49 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:33:30 PM, Davery79 wrote:
At 8/12/2016 6:00:56 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:
At 8/12/2016 5:54:06 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 8/12/2016 4:53:51 PM, Tree_of_Death wrote:

http://www.politico.eu...

You'll note that I actually provide evidence for my claims.

How is that article terrifying? MAD doesn't work if you the world believes you won't use them. Thankfully, the world is not as gullible as you, so you can safely not have to worry about a nuclear first strike interrupting your thought process.

It's not that I think that the world is in danger of a nuclear war, or would be if Trump became president. But the fact that a man running for the most powerful office in the world just casually talks about blowing our allies to smithereens is definitely cause for concern. All I'm saying is, this statement that he makes casts doubt upon his own sanity.

That article is crap. Chris Matthews baited him, then said that they shouldn't even be mentioned by a presidential candidate.... He brought it up in the question. We should never take anything we have completely off the table. Trump is right.... why do we have them?

Whether Chris Matthews baited him or not is irrelevant. Here's my question for you: what circumstances that could occur in the next four to eight years would merit the use of a nuclear weapon? Why on earth would we want to bomb our allies?

If they bomb us. Don't be naive, nothing should ever be "taken off the table"

That's how nations get conquered, and wars erupt. When good men do nothing and allow protections to be dismissed.

But with the current state of European relations, the chance that we would be for some reason bombed is extremely slim.

Under what circumstances would we be at war with Europe in the next four years? Wars take many years, even decades sometimes, to erupt. For example, the stage for WWII was set in 1918, 21 years before the actual war. How could Europe become so volatile in such a short time span that using nuclear weapons would be "on the table?"

A few points.
1) Nuclear war takes moments to erupt.
Yes, but the warning signals come years before that. You see the severing of diplomatic ties, the withdrawal from nuclear proliferation treaties...I can assure you, a nuclear war with Europe will not happen within the next four years.
2) Weakness with some countries is perceived as weakness with all countries.
3) Either you ascribe to our current protections under MAD, or you have an unfounded belief that we can trust the world. People are governed by their self-interests, not something you read out of a textbook or a bible.
I don't believe in complacency and blind trust, but these are our allies we're talking about. We would notice the warning signs of a nuclear war long before it would actually occur.
"If life were easy, it wouldn't be difficult."--Kermit the Frog

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"I am after all the purveyor of intellectually dishonest propaganda." --YYW