How Often In Your Lives Does Such A Perfect Political Candidate Appear at The Absolute Perfect Time?

Oh yeah, I forgot, he’s just an entertainer and not a real conservative.

In any event, can you imagine the complete and utter freak-out if ANY other serious candidate for President or even P.M. said such a thing?

Donald Trump can get away with it because everyone knows he’s telling the truth.

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  • Blacksmith

    I am not a Trump fanboy, however he is the only one consistently saying teh right things. I will leave my options open.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Options open for what? Whom else could you be waiting for, and what would they have to say?
      I can’t think of much he could ever have even said or done that would outweigh the righteousness of his words.

      • mauser 98

        GOP Preibus, Karl Rove will sink him.. will not allow him to be nominee
        Preibus, Rove and RINO’s would vote Hillary before Trump… too much money from donors at stake

        • Blacksmith

          That wouldn’t surprise me at all. I believe the rino republican party wants jeb.
          NO more career politicians!

          • mauser 98

            Jeb is the anointed one

          • Blacksmith

            But of course he is, as full blown establishment rino he could be nothing less. Would it be evil of me to wish the clinton machine would find a rotting skeleton in his closet some where?

          • mauser 98

            you could find many .. would not matter

          • Blacksmith

            You are depressing me, leave me my dreams please.

          • mauser 98

            Hill has media suckered like Barry

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Maybe those rich party donors are not that smart after all?
            Actually, they are usually pretty shrewd and they thought they were buying all sorts of influence. Instead, it’s air biscuits all around for that bunch.
            Personally, I think after Hillary’s “great disappointment” in 2008, and her abysmal performance this time, Jeb’s implosion will go down as the third greatest political miscalculation since Truman’s “Dewey beats Truman” moment in 1948.

          • mauser 98

            they want ROI.. return on investment.. amnesty , cheap labour
            Obamacare insurance companies make big profit etc.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Yep, they were buying a lottery ticket to a rigged game so they could fleece the suckers, and then Trump kicked-in the roof of their snow fort.
            Watching them all panic is the best.

          • mauser 98

            Jeb is the most suprised.. all this not in the script

          • Alain

            So hope you are right.

          • John

            Hilarious!

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I think if they could sink him, they would have done so already.
          He’s beyond their reach. He doesn’t need their money and he doesn’t need their party machinery.
          He exists outside their influence and that is one of the reasons they hate him so much.
          Trump’s campaign is their worst DIY nightmare.

          Any candidates who even criticise him too harshly become doomed..

          • mauser 98

            dunno.. Trump caught them with their pants down.. sure their must be some scheming in behind doors.. Rove would do anything

          • moraywatson

            Voter fraud. Shenanigans in the state primary process. The establishments (Republican and Democrat) are not about to be cut off from their entitlements without resorting to the vilest of tactics; and they will assuredly be working together in doing so.

          • John

            Trump is subverting the entire setup, and so the entire setup will attempt to put him out of business. They’ll wait a little longer to see if he self-implodes. If he doesn’t, though, things could get really nasty.

          • moraywatson

            And hence the foresight of 2nd Amendment rights to bear arms.

      • Blacksmith

        Options open because of his past as a democrat, he may really be the one, I don’t know and fortunately I don’t have to vote today. If I did I believe he would be the best but we have a year to see what really shakes out. I don’t know that there is anyone better or will be by that time. One of my biggest concerns is his change of heart. It may be real, if so that is good news.
        As to whom else I would be waiting for, I would be perfectly happy with another Reagan, I don’t see one on the horizon so maybe I am doomed to deal with sort of instead of the real deal.

        • John

          Is there really any difference between Democrat and Republican? Both parties exist to serve various interest and lobby groups. Neither pay any attention to ordinary Americans anymore.
          Trump’s past affiliations mean little. What sets him apart from ALL candidates in BOTH parties is his ability to state truths and to talk ‘real’.
          Perhaps you should disregard party affiliations, both past and present, and just choose based on the individual and their qualities.
          I’d even say it’d be a wonderful thing were Trump to run as an independant, win, and thereby stick it to the entire, worn out, DemocratRepublican facade.

          • Blacksmith

            I base all my decisions on what I see not on party affiliation, There is very little difference between establishment Democrats and Republicans, There are a few basic issues that can be given to a party such as Republicans are generally anti abortion, Democrats pro, and I suppose if I spent some time I could come up with more.
            Trump in the past donated to the Clinton machine, that was either a mistake on his part or he actually was at one time in favor or the Clintons. This is one reason I have not jumped on the Trump bandwagon. Read the rest of my posts here and you may understand I am holding my options open.

      • Blacksmith

        Oh and his words are DEFINITELY righteous, of that there is no doubt.

  • Mal

    I’ve got the D.T.s
    He’s the first political candidate in my lifetime that is, seemingly, immune to the press or ginned-up polls.
    Plus, like dear old Rob Ford, he pisses off the very people that I love to see spit-sprayingly pissed off.
    And, he’s not wrong.

  • Xavier

    Go ahead and elect him – it won’t make any difference.

    “The right won’t fight” therefore we are well and truly fucked.

    • At least he has forced the Republicans to consider topics of importance to the average citizen – for a change.

      • Xavier

        Not to argue – I admit Trump is the best of the field.

        But Trump hasn’t really discussed anything except immigration. His ‘tax the rich’ plan might as well be Bernie Sanders’. He was forced – forced! – to address the Moslem issue and he sidestepped it (in the video above) as deftly as he could.

        He’s using exactly the same tactics that Obama used in ’08: tap into discontent, make nebulous proclamations about what he will do, and promise hope and change to ‘Make America Great Again!’ whatever that means.

        Plus, his record isn’t exactly encouraging. He’s a big-government RINO and has supported Obama, Hillary, and nearly every liberal agenda item there is.

        Look at the people we have in office. Look how they lie and betray their constituents every single time – and we fall for it over and over. Do you think Trump is any different? Do you think he can do anything against the 535 people in Congress who are going to hate him because he’s a rich D.C. outsider? Do you really think he can or will change the direction of this train wreck of a country?

        If he’s the nominee, of course I’ll vote for him, and there doesn’t seem to be anyone else on the right with a chance of winning the election. But don’t kid yourselves that Trump is the “Perfect Political Candidate”.

  • He is being too politically correct for my liking. He is not saying outright just how bad Muslims are collectively, destroying world peace, murdering left and right wherever they are. What America needs is a frank speaker who will tell it like it is and act firmly as needed.