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#28 - mrstark (10/24/2015) [-]
My grandmother was diagnosed with dementia when I was 5 on the day before she died she said clear as day 'I won't be here this time next year' that was a painful day..
#51 - So he's running with the republicans because he realizes his p…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/23/2015 on A Hero 0
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#52 - Soviet Savior (10/24/2015) [-]
He's running as a republican, but not following the republican establishment agenda. That's why many republicans in congress don't like him, because they don't know how to deal with him because they can't influence him with donation $$ because he's not taking any, and he's the loudest voice on stage which causes people to listen. And the democrat voters won't vote for him running as a republican out of principal.
#49 - So his policies don't actually matter, only that he says the G…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/23/2015 on A Hero 0
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#50 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Trump can't successfully run as an independent because he needs the muscle of the republican base. Just look what happened with Ross Perot . If trump ran Independant it would split the republican support half for him and half for the GOP candidate and the democrats would win for sure. That's how it works in a political system that is forever frozen with two political parties, not like Europe when you have at least 5 or 6 parties run and most of them have the same chance of winning. Also trump wouldn't have the entire party against him. There are alot of people who like him in congress, and on both sides of the isle. He's what politicians call an extreme moderate. Meaning he has atrabutes of both the far left and far right, as well as moderate ways too. Which for governing is more efective as it is not healthy for a country to be governed from opposite ends of the spectrum.
#51 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So he's running with the republicans because he realizes his politics are republican favoured.

If he's an extreme moderate and he actually cares to fuck the system he could very easily appeal to democratic voters as well, but as it stands he's running on a platform of 'shingeki no mexico'+ Whatever bullshit the Republicans always say about how they're going to 'fix america'.
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#52 - Soviet Savior (10/24/2015) [-]
He's running as a republican, but not following the republican establishment agenda. That's why many republicans in congress don't like him, because they don't know how to deal with him because they can't influence him with donation $$ because he's not taking any, and he's the loudest voice on stage which causes people to listen. And the democrat voters won't vote for him running as a republican out of principal.
#9 - Assuming that politics works through shady backroom deals that…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/23/2015 on A Hero +2
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#25 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Yes an no. Trump has always said in the past he worked within the rules of the system to be successful, at times that means using lobbyists. Now he is fed up with the direction of the country and how current politics are hurting the middle class. That's why he's running. The republicans don't like him because he won't go along to get along so to speak. Meaning that the GOP establishment hasn't selected him as their chosen one, the people have, and he doesn't need their money to run. So that scares them too. The GOP also thinks he's not a real candidate and will drop out when he has accomplished what ever they think he is trying to accomplish. But that isn't going to happen, he's in for the long haul, or at least until Super Tuesday when a lot of people vote in primaries. Is trump a narcissist? Yes. Is he Scrooge Mc.Duck rich? Yes. Can he be an asshole and may be slightly unqualified? Yes. But so are most politicians.
#49 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So his policies don't actually matter, only that he says the GOP doesn't want him to run?

That doesn't make sense to me either. If the GOP really don't want him to run why wouldn't he run as an independent. He doesn't need republican money to get himself there.

I also don't understand why the middle class eats the same bullshit from every candidate about them caring. What makes Trump care more than Bush did about the middle class? He's still running for the republican nomination. He's still running to be a part of the system, and if he's going to piss off his whole party, where is he going to get his aides from? He can't run America by himself.
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#50 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Trump can't successfully run as an independent because he needs the muscle of the republican base. Just look what happened with Ross Perot . If trump ran Independant it would split the republican support half for him and half for the GOP candidate and the democrats would win for sure. That's how it works in a political system that is forever frozen with two political parties, not like Europe when you have at least 5 or 6 parties run and most of them have the same chance of winning. Also trump wouldn't have the entire party against him. There are alot of people who like him in congress, and on both sides of the isle. He's what politicians call an extreme moderate. Meaning he has atrabutes of both the far left and far right, as well as moderate ways too. Which for governing is more efective as it is not healthy for a country to be governed from opposite ends of the spectrum.
#51 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So he's running with the republicans because he realizes his politics are republican favoured.

If he's an extreme moderate and he actually cares to fuck the system he could very easily appeal to democratic voters as well, but as it stands he's running on a platform of 'shingeki no mexico'+ Whatever bullshit the Republicans always say about how they're going to 'fix america'.
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#52 - Soviet Savior (10/24/2015) [-]
He's running as a republican, but not following the republican establishment agenda. That's why many republicans in congress don't like him, because they don't know how to deal with him because they can't influence him with donation $$ because he's not taking any, and he's the loudest voice on stage which causes people to listen. And the democrat voters won't vote for him running as a republican out of principal.
#6 - I...What? He's running as a Republican Candidate. He'…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/23/2015 on A Hero 0
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#7 - containlettersonly (10/23/2015) [-]
I think it's more that the way this election was supposed to go is like the last 2, where a big money candidate simply waits out the rest of the competition and they nominate another milquetoast pantywaist democrat lite. Bush V Clinton, he threw a wrench in those gears
#9 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
Assuming that politics works through shady backroom deals that for some reason Trump is not a part of.

He's used lobbyists extensively in the past. Before he decided to 'fuck it' and just run for president himself to cut out the middle man.

From where I'm sitting the only 'middle finger to the establishment' here is him deciding he wants to sit somewhere else in the food-chain.
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#25 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Yes an no. Trump has always said in the past he worked within the rules of the system to be successful, at times that means using lobbyists. Now he is fed up with the direction of the country and how current politics are hurting the middle class. That's why he's running. The republicans don't like him because he won't go along to get along so to speak. Meaning that the GOP establishment hasn't selected him as their chosen one, the people have, and he doesn't need their money to run. So that scares them too. The GOP also thinks he's not a real candidate and will drop out when he has accomplished what ever they think he is trying to accomplish. But that isn't going to happen, he's in for the long haul, or at least until Super Tuesday when a lot of people vote in primaries. Is trump a narcissist? Yes. Is he Scrooge Mc.Duck rich? Yes. Can he be an asshole and may be slightly unqualified? Yes. But so are most politicians.
#49 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So his policies don't actually matter, only that he says the GOP doesn't want him to run?

That doesn't make sense to me either. If the GOP really don't want him to run why wouldn't he run as an independent. He doesn't need republican money to get himself there.

I also don't understand why the middle class eats the same bullshit from every candidate about them caring. What makes Trump care more than Bush did about the middle class? He's still running for the republican nomination. He's still running to be a part of the system, and if he's going to piss off his whole party, where is he going to get his aides from? He can't run America by himself.
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#50 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Trump can't successfully run as an independent because he needs the muscle of the republican base. Just look what happened with Ross Perot . If trump ran Independant it would split the republican support half for him and half for the GOP candidate and the democrats would win for sure. That's how it works in a political system that is forever frozen with two political parties, not like Europe when you have at least 5 or 6 parties run and most of them have the same chance of winning. Also trump wouldn't have the entire party against him. There are alot of people who like him in congress, and on both sides of the isle. He's what politicians call an extreme moderate. Meaning he has atrabutes of both the far left and far right, as well as moderate ways too. Which for governing is more efective as it is not healthy for a country to be governed from opposite ends of the spectrum.
#51 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So he's running with the republicans because he realizes his politics are republican favoured.

If he's an extreme moderate and he actually cares to fuck the system he could very easily appeal to democratic voters as well, but as it stands he's running on a platform of 'shingeki no mexico'+ Whatever bullshit the Republicans always say about how they're going to 'fix america'.
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#52 - Soviet Savior (10/24/2015) [-]
He's running as a republican, but not following the republican establishment agenda. That's why many republicans in congress don't like him, because they don't know how to deal with him because they can't influence him with donation $$ because he's not taking any, and he's the loudest voice on stage which causes people to listen. And the democrat voters won't vote for him running as a republican out of principal.
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#17 - marno (10/23/2015) [-]
Trailer trash and teenagers do.
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#15 - thunderchild (10/23/2015) [-]
Most people are terrified of him but appreciate his utter lack of shits, given about the media trying to derail him or being politically correct. Two things most Americans are sick of. Most Americans assume he will not win, but have no candidates good enough to really shut him down or rally support now. He also appeals well to idiots. Imo, trump will not get the Republican nomination, he will run independent split the vote and walk the Democrats Into the white house most likely Hilary because and I've heaRd this "maybe we need a woman president"
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#5 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
A lot of people, myself included like how he's not taking any big donor money and is self funding his campaign. This limits the influence others have on him.
#8 - anon (10/23/2015) [-]
But might he have things to gain by being in control of how we trade. I think he could have certainly benefit
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#24 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Isn't altering motives the reason why anybody decided to run for president? It's not for the pay.
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#4 - containlettersonly (10/23/2015) [-]
Many people are and a lot of are just fed up and he is a big middle finger to the establishment

www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/22/20-reasons-donald-trump-2016/
#6 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
I...What?

He's running as a Republican Candidate. He's a multi-billionaire property magnate. How is this at all 'a big middle finger'?

I read through the article but as far as I can tell it's just showing off a bunch of articles trying to prove a point. It doesn't actually say anything about his platform, just that people are wrong.

Mudslinging is retarded, but if all you're trying to do is wash the mud off, you're not helping either.
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#7 - containlettersonly (10/23/2015) [-]
I think it's more that the way this election was supposed to go is like the last 2, where a big money candidate simply waits out the rest of the competition and they nominate another milquetoast pantywaist democrat lite. Bush V Clinton, he threw a wrench in those gears
#9 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
Assuming that politics works through shady backroom deals that for some reason Trump is not a part of.

He's used lobbyists extensively in the past. Before he decided to 'fuck it' and just run for president himself to cut out the middle man.

From where I'm sitting the only 'middle finger to the establishment' here is him deciding he wants to sit somewhere else in the food-chain.
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#25 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Yes an no. Trump has always said in the past he worked within the rules of the system to be successful, at times that means using lobbyists. Now he is fed up with the direction of the country and how current politics are hurting the middle class. That's why he's running. The republicans don't like him because he won't go along to get along so to speak. Meaning that the GOP establishment hasn't selected him as their chosen one, the people have, and he doesn't need their money to run. So that scares them too. The GOP also thinks he's not a real candidate and will drop out when he has accomplished what ever they think he is trying to accomplish. But that isn't going to happen, he's in for the long haul, or at least until Super Tuesday when a lot of people vote in primaries. Is trump a narcissist? Yes. Is he Scrooge Mc.Duck rich? Yes. Can he be an asshole and may be slightly unqualified? Yes. But so are most politicians.
#49 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So his policies don't actually matter, only that he says the GOP doesn't want him to run?

That doesn't make sense to me either. If the GOP really don't want him to run why wouldn't he run as an independent. He doesn't need republican money to get himself there.

I also don't understand why the middle class eats the same bullshit from every candidate about them caring. What makes Trump care more than Bush did about the middle class? He's still running for the republican nomination. He's still running to be a part of the system, and if he's going to piss off his whole party, where is he going to get his aides from? He can't run America by himself.
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#50 - Soviet Savior (10/23/2015) [-]
Trump can't successfully run as an independent because he needs the muscle of the republican base. Just look what happened with Ross Perot . If trump ran Independant it would split the republican support half for him and half for the GOP candidate and the democrats would win for sure. That's how it works in a political system that is forever frozen with two political parties, not like Europe when you have at least 5 or 6 parties run and most of them have the same chance of winning. Also trump wouldn't have the entire party against him. There are alot of people who like him in congress, and on both sides of the isle. He's what politicians call an extreme moderate. Meaning he has atrabutes of both the far left and far right, as well as moderate ways too. Which for governing is more efective as it is not healthy for a country to be governed from opposite ends of the spectrum.
#51 - pallypal (10/23/2015) [-]
So he's running with the republicans because he realizes his politics are republican favoured.

If he's an extreme moderate and he actually cares to fuck the system he could very easily appeal to democratic voters as well, but as it stands he's running on a platform of 'shingeki no mexico'+ Whatever bullshit the Republicans always say about how they're going to 'fix america'.
User avatar
#52 - Soviet Savior (10/24/2015) [-]
He's running as a republican, but not following the republican establishment agenda. That's why many republicans in congress don't like him, because they don't know how to deal with him because they can't influence him with donation $$ because he's not taking any, and he's the loudest voice on stage which causes people to listen. And the democrat voters won't vote for him running as a republican out of principal.
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#43 - comradewinter (10/20/2015) [-]
And communism wasn't a relevant threat until the Soviets started amassing power, while the idea existed since the 1850's.

National Socialism wasn't seen as a threat after WW2, now it's gaining ground in multiple countries thus the debate has arisen.

People generally don't give a shit about political ideologies than hold no power.
#7 - anon (10/20/2015) [-]
So when something becomes more prevalent, it isn't more relevant?
Then why do people always bring up gun debates after a spree killing?

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