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Dumbest video I've ever seen.

 

So he's a fascist now why? Because he actually has a spine unlike the "president" we have up there now?

the video explains the definition of Fascist and shows you what he says

 

are you really that retarded to not understand the video?

 

oh, and drink piss

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Yawn. Nothing new here. Just another anti-trump video taking everything he says completely out of context in order to fit some kind of ridiculous left wing liberal agenda of who knows what. Will just make him even stronger. He will win the nomination in an absolute landslide and go on to win the general election with relative ease and become the best president of modern times.

 

Accept these facts and deal with it.

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Yawn. Nothing new here. Just another anti-trump video taking everything he says completely out of context in order to fit some kind of ridiculous left wing liberal agenda of who knows what. Will just make him even stronger. He will win the nomination in an absolute landslide and go on to win the general election with relative ease and become the best president of modern times.

 

Accept these facts and deal with it.

instead of the usual stupid reply, try formulating an argument that at least explains exactly how they are taken out of context and defend them

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instead of the usual stupid reply, try formulating an argument that at least explains exactly how they are taken out of context and defend them

If you honestly cannot understand and see that for yourself then there's no point in going any further in a conversation with you. Don't think you're being serious here though. Maybe I'm giving you too much credit

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If you honestly cannot understand and see that for yourself then there's no point in going any further in a conversation with you. Don't think you're being serious here though. Maybe I'm giving you too much credit

so, you have no actual argument to back up what you said, got it

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I don't think you want to actually have an argument about this. I think you are legitimately trolling out of severe boredom.

the problem is, you are thinking to much about a simple question.   i have no side in this fight, just fed up of hearing about every stupid thing that comes out of his mouth.  

 

you have an opportunity to tell me how trump has been taken out of context, just like anyone else that feels the same way and not once has any of you done so.   

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the problem is, you are thinking to much about a simple question. i have no side in this fight, just fed up of hearing about every stupid thing that comes out of his mouth.

 

you have an opportunity to tell me how trump has been taken out of context, just like anyone else that feels the same way and not once has any of you done so.

Fine you convinced me. I'll touch on 3 examples from that video.

 

First one being the 5th Avenue comment which is being blown completely out of proportion. People who know trump also know his personality, and if you watch that whole clip you will see he starts out with "you know they say" and is just making a humorous joke and a meant it clearly as a compliment to how loyal all of his supporters who came out for the rally are. He did not literally mean that, and hence the crowd cheered because they knew what he meant.

 

Two when it shows the clip "bomb the hell out of them" do you know who he's talking about? Isis. Nobody would disagree with that statement, he said what needed to be said. Everybody is for that.

 

That little older guy being escorted out was asking ridiculous questions during that conference and was being totally out of line, yet donald gave him the respect to actually stand and answer his questions. The problem was that guy kept going on and on after his time was up and was getting very confrontatial. No other candidate would have even let him get that far but trump showed him that respect. Keep in mind that was a guy who believes immigrants should be allowed to come here illegally.

 

There was a lot more in that video. Would take a while to comment on everything there

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thanks for answering, not many of his supporters actually do which to me is wrong.   because if you support a guy then try and speak about the positive stuff about them right?

 

i do not think its an acceptable thing for someone trying to be a head of state to say They could shoot someone and not lose voters, its just plain wrong to say something like that.   i dont get all angry about that comment, just think its dumb to be honest

 

i also think is stupid he is refusing to be at the next TV debate because of the host, the guy claims to be able to negotiate with anyone, will be able to make deals with world leaders and sort out terrorism and cant answer some questions?   just lame IMO

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thanks for answering, not many of his supporters actually do which to me is wrong. because if you support a guy then try and speak about the positive stuff about them right?

 

i do not think its an acceptable thing for someone trying to be a head of state to say They could shoot someone and not lose voters, its just plain wrong to say something like that. i dont get all angry about that comment, just think its dumb to be honest

 

i also think is stupid he is refusing to be at the next TV debate because of the host, the guy claims to be able to negotiate with anyone, will be able to make deals with world leaders and sort out terrorism and cant answer some questions? just lame IMO

 

No problem. I don't agree with saying it either, nor the Muslim thing. Just think that it's being blown out of proportion. He obviously did not literally mean that.

 

Can't say I agree with this no debate thing either but who knows, the only person people are talking about right know is trump. Probably what he wants, and it's not like he is just going to be sitting at home, he will be raising millions of dollars for the veterans at a charity event in Iowa at the same time as the debate on cnn. It's just a big F you to Roger Ailes is all, I bet he feels like the biggest dummy in the world right now. If anything I think this shows more that the Donald will not be taken advantage of it and if he becomes the president I don't think he will allow the country to be taken advantage of either.

 

Fox has their own narrative they are trying to spin on this now. Can't say I blame them, Roger Ailes must be desperate beyond belief right now.

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the thing about this thread is, i saw that video and loved the way they picked snippets to make the fascist tyrant image.   it was nicely put together

 

but, even tho i personally cant stand the man, i actually wanted to hear some positivity and context behind the snippets and soundbites used to make a propaganda video

 

he does have more material than most candidates which makes him an easy target for this sort of thing and deserves a lot of criticism as does any candidate that 'we' dont approve of

 

so please, feel free to expand on anything from the video in a positive light

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I find it funny people could really believe a narcissistic, egotistical, divisive character like Trump who has four times declared bankruptcy at tax payers expense, and has ZERO political experience wont use the position to further his own personal and business interests and leave the nation in a worse position before getting chewed up and spat out.

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No problem. I don't agree with saying it either, nor the Muslim thing. Just think that it's being blown out of proportion. He obviously did not literally mean that.

 

Can't say I agree with this no debate thing either but who knows, the only person people are talking about right know is trump. Probably what he wants, and it's not like he is just going to be sitting at home, he will be raising millions of dollars for the veterans at a charity event in Iowa at the same time as the debate on cnn. It's just a big F you to Roger Ailes is all, I bet he feels like the biggest dummy in the world right now. If anything I think this shows more that the Donald will not be taken advantage of it and if he becomes the president I don't think he will allow the country to be taken advantage of either.

 

Fox has their own narrative they are trying to spin on this now. Can't say I blame them, Roger Ailes must be desperate beyond belief right now.

oh i know he aint gonna lose sleep about missing the debate, i just dont think it sends a positive image is all.

 

the guy is a publicity machine so any publicity is good for someone like that 

 

also, i didnt realise that FOX have changed their agenda on him, whats changed exactly?

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the thing about this thread is, i saw that video and loved the way they picked snippets to make the fascist tyrant image. it was nicely put together

 

but, even tho i personally cant stand the man, i actually wanted to hear some positivity and context behind the snippets and soundbites used to make a propaganda video

 

he does have more material than most candidates which makes him an easy target for this sort of thing and deserves a lot of criticism as does any candidate that 'we' dont approve of

 

so please, feel free to expand on anything from the video in a positive light

He is still very new to this whole being a politician thing, definitely gives his opponents too much ammo at times. Regardless he has managed to put together possibly the most brilliant campaign run in us history so far. I think he will win and do a damn fine job at it.

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I find it funny people could really believe a narcissistic, egotistical, divisive character like Trump who has four times declared bankruptcy at tax payers expense, and has ZERO political experience wont use the position to further his own personal and business interests and leave the nation in a worse position before getting chewed up and spat out.

He has been in business his whole life. Most people doing it that long have declared bankruptcy at one point or another, his were mainly from new Jersey market going to **** after the law change. Not really having to do with any bad business decisions. It's pretty obvious you don't follow politics or business much I can tell.

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He has been in business his whole life. Most people doing it that long have declared bankruptcy at one point or another, his were mainly from new Jersey market going to **** after the law change. Not really having to do with any bad business decisions. It's pretty obvious you don't follow politics or business much I can tell.

We live in the age of free information. Im not a political analyst, but i am curious and read, a lot. I have a degree in business management and also been running successful business for close to 15 years, so i know a little about that as well.

Im central left politically on some issues and centre right on others but dont have an agenda, in case you havent noticed i dont go around hammering people on here with my point and opinions, and i read information from every source i can get my hands on right or left.

You come from a culture saturated with hyperbole so im not surprised youre so unreasonable towards opinions other than your own.

Trumps bankruptcies span a nearly 20 year period with his most recent in 2009, his corporate track record is terrible no matter how you spin it. There is also no denying he has absolutely no political experience, domestic or foreign, and he wants to take charge of the largest economy in the world.

I have no desire to see the US economy in a worse position because my nations economy would be negatively affected.

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Most powerful politicians and business men are including liberals don't let the labels fool you.

 

You don't get to those positions of power without being authoritative corrupt power seeking sociopaths working together with other like minded scum. 

Business men and politicians are no different than any other walk of life....the good, bad and the ugly.

 

Human nature applies to all, whether you are a tradesman, business man, realtor, mechanic or whatever.

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Business men and politicians are no different than any other walk of life....the good, bad and the ugly.

 

Human nature applies to all, whether you are a tradesman, business man, realtor, mechanic or whatever.

This is true but it's a fact more sociopaths are naturally drawn to positions of power where they excel i.e. Bankers, Stock Brokers, CEO's, Lawyers, Pharma reps, Lobbyists, Police etc. They have a higher proportion of sociopaths than say caregivers, veterinarians, EMT's, Firemen etc. 

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We live in the age of free information. Im not a political analyst, but i am curious and read, a lot. I have a degree in business management and also been running successful business for close to 15 years, so i know a little about that as well.

Im central left politically on some issues and centre right on others but dont have an agenda, in case you havent noticed i dont go around hammering people on here with my point, and i read i formation from every scouce i can get my hands on right or left.

You come from a culture saturated with hyperbole so im not surprised youre so unreasonable towards opinions other than your own.

Trumps bankruptcies span a nearly 20 year period with his most recent in 2009, his corporate track record is terrible no matter how you spin it. There is also no denying he has absolutely no political experience, domestic or foreign, and he wants to take charge of the largest economy in the world.

I have no desire to see the US economy in a worse position because my nations economy would be negatively affected.

Warren Buffet and Bill Gates just had businesses declare bankruptcy in 2014. I understand why people don't like Trump and why they think he will be a bad president but using business bankruptcies as an excuse doesn't make sense to me. If you own a enough businesses some will fail.
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No problem. I don't agree with saying it either, nor the Muslim thing. Just think that it's being blown out of proportion. He obviously did not literally mean that.

 

Can't say I agree with this no debate thing either but who knows, the only person people are talking about right know is trump. Probably what he wants, and it's not like he is just going to be sitting at home, he will be raising millions of dollars for the veterans at a charity event in Iowa at the same time as the debate on cnn. It's just a big F you to Roger Ailes is all, I bet he feels like the biggest dummy in the world right now. If anything I think this shows more that the Donald will not be taken advantage of it and if he becomes the president I don't think he will allow the country to be taken advantage of either.

 

Fox has their own narrative they are trying to spin on this now. Can't say I blame them, Roger Ailes must be desperate beyond belief right now.

 

It's going to be interesting to see how Trump missing the debate plays out, especially in the polls. The talking heads at Fox News, especially Megyn Kelly, the top brass at the RNC and the Media, have been taking shots at Trump for quite some time now. Trump obviously has thought out the pro's and con's of his dropping out from tonight's debate. So far he has run his campaign brilliantly. I guess the polls over the next few days will tell us if this is yet another master stroke, or whether he's finally mis-judged his audience.

 

One thing to consider. The Fox debate can only reach a limited audience. Many, many, more people will be tuning into Trumps event.

 

Regards the OP. My personal take on the things Trump says falls under the heading, " i don't really give a **** ".

 

Trump knows that talking the language used by the ordinary person on the street means he will get people's attention, and the Media's. He's playing them all like a fiddle.

 

I'll wait and judge Trump on his actions, not on a few un PC luke warm statements he might make.

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Warren Buffet and Bill Gates just had businesses declare bankruptcy in 2014. I understand why people don't like Trump and why they think he will be a bad president but using business bankruptcies as an excuse doesn't make sense to me. If you own a enough businesses some will fail.

I dont recall anyone mentioning either as better candidates based on their backgrounds but when someone has no political experience and uses their business experience as the platform for election to lead the worlds largest economy you would hope that business record is unprecedented. Its not, its actually a ****show. Bill Gates has been a full time philanthropist for more than ten years and Buffet has built a diverse portfolio and given away more money than Trump has earned, but neither one is in the running or claiming that their background in business makes them the right choice for a political career.

My point is if business is the only experience Trump can draw upon, his record doesnt inspire confidence .

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To be president means you are constantly butting heads with congress and the senate and lots of other agencies.

 

First time Donald doesn;t get his way he will simply quit.

 

Honestly waiting to see if we actually get the guy we deserve.

Nah, more like he'll get the IRS and his newly formed secret police after them. This guy is the definition of abuse of power in the making. Right now he just insults anyone who he deems to be against him, like a juvenile bully. Imagine when he has government resources at hand!

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I dont recall anyone mentioning either as better candidates based on their backgrounds but when someone has no political experience and uses their business experience as the platform for election to lead the worlds largest economy you would hope that business record is unprecedented. Its not, its actually a ****show. Bill Gates has been a full time philanthropist for more than ten years and Buffet has built a diverse portfolio and given away more money than Trump has earned, but neither one is in the running or claiming that their background in business makes them the right choice for a political career.

My point is if business is the only experience Trump can draw upon, his record doesnt inspire confidence .

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Perfect explanation I dislike Trump for many reasons and many of his policies but of course many people are going to agree and rally behind those policies.

 

But what even pro Trump people have to think about is he has ZERO experience.

 

I mean Mike Ashley is the Newcastle owner and a retail billionare but would people vote for him if he tried to run for PM in the UK? I don't think so.

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I dont recall anyone mentioning either as better candidates based on their backgrounds but when someone has no political experience and uses their business experience as the platform for election to lead the worlds largest economy you would hope that business record is unprecedented. Its not, its actually a ****show. Bill Gates has been a full time philanthropist for more than ten years and Buffet has built a diverse portfolio and given away more money than Trump has earned, but neither one is in the running or claiming that their background in business makes them the right choice for a political career.

My point is if business is the only experience Trump can draw upon, his record doesnt inspire confidence .

Every single thread of this type needs that logical fallacy poster stickied to it.

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It would only be in place for serious topics.

 

So you would be at liberty to keep spamming your Conor beat Holloway by butt-grabbing logical fallacy to your heart's content!

Ironic because Conor beating Holloway by butt-grabbing might be the most honest thing I've ever said in my life. 

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