Friday, January 8, 2016

I'm Donald Trump. How Dare You Interrupt Me!

Bernie Sanders protesters interrupted Donald Trump’s rally in Vermont, which led to Trump demanding the protesters’ coats be confiscated, and they be thrown out into the cold Burlington night.

After being interrupted by protesters chanting Bernie, Trump tried to play tough guy and have the protesters coats confiscated because it was “ten below outside” according to the Republican frontrunner.

Trump said, “Get them out. Take them out. Get them out there. Don’t give him his coat. Keep his coat. Confiscate his coat. It’s about ten below zero outside. You can keep his coat. Tell him we’ll send it to him in a couple of weeks.”

Trump then directed security to different sections of the venue to throw protesters out.



The problem with Trump is that he talks a big game, but when push comes to shove, he whines to security to remove any dissent. A real leader like Barack Obama never handles protesters this way. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders don’t have to hide behind their security, but Trump can’t take any heat at all, so at the first sign of jeering, he puffs his chest out and demands that protesters coats be confiscated so that they freeze.

It never seemed to occur to Trump that he does not have the authority to confiscate private property. Donald Trump and his private security team are not the law. What is more disturbing is the fact that Donald Trump would be so thin-skinned and petty that he would actually try to deprive people of their coats
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Trump is a trainwreck of a human being who is not fit to be president. The fact that he is attracting such a high level of support in the GOP primary speaks volumes about the collective insanity of a large segment of Republican primary voters.


8 comments:

  1. This privileged ego maniac can’t suffer anyone who disagrees with him and is incapable of admitting when he’s wrong (“thousands of muslims in New Jersey cheering 9/11”). How is he any different than Kim Jong Un?

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  2. Kim belives what he preaches.

    Trump's schtick is about getting the Republican nomination and blowing it to allow his close friend's Bill & Hill to return to 1600 PA Ave.

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  3. He he hee hee he , Democrats can't stand when the future Republican nominee acts and campaigns like a Democrat.
    Bill Clinton wasn't elected on his policy but more so on his personality
    Obama was't elected on his policies either, what ever hope and change is, he was elected because he was black and spoke Teleprompterese.
    Both of these Democrats used dirty tricks to take out their opponents and get headlines. If you don't like what Trump is doing look at your party. Just like in the anti drug commercial where the father is asking his son where he learned this from - He learned it from you.

    Voting for Hillary Clinton just because she is a Woman is like eating a turd because it looks like a tootsie roll.

    She can't handle two email accounts but you want to be president?

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    1. Oh you poor demented fool.
      Under Bill Clinton we had the longest period of sustained economic growth in the nation’s history.
      This was destroyed by Dubya Bush who tried to finance two wars, at least one of which we were lied into, while cutting taxes. Ultimately he led us into the worst recession since the 1930’s.
      Then you got Obama despite the vocal objections by racist troglodytes like yourself who rebuilt the economy (in clear contradistinction to the policies followed in Europe), brought the stock market back to new highs, insured millions of previously uninsured Americans, reduced gasoline prices back to their current levels, lowered unemployment below the levels promised by his last Republican opponent and did it all despite relentless obstruction from the republicants.
      Now you present us with a pack of jockeying hyenas led by a self-promoting poseur with the moral integrity of a jackal who present social, economic and foreign policies that combine the worst of David Duke, Herbert Hoover and Dick Cheney built upon the hagiographic legacy of Clinton’s predecessor who ran up the largest deficits in over 200 hundred years and raised taxes eight time while being mythologized as having done exactly the opposite.
      This is in addition to the 35 year history of the decline of the middle class begun with the ill-conceived policies of Ronald Raygun that reduced the taxes on the upper income earners from 70% to 28% based upon the fanciful predictions of the Laffer curve (look at Kansas) combined with republicant efforts to privatize all aspects of government programs while destroying trade unions, all to enrich their plutocratic benefactors.
      Please, spare us your lame attempts to criticize others while cowering in a hovel constructed of fantasy, lies, deceptions, misstatements and fear-mongering.

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    2. Today, 99 times out of 100 in politics, the word “racist” is used purely for political reasons without any regard to whether something bigoted was actually said. If you call someone a crook, sex-pervert, pedophile, etc., you need grounds to do that and will need to prove it. But calling someone a racist needs no proof. Just because you may disagree with someone or something is enough to label you a racist. It works every time. An allegation of racism is a powerful weapon to attack those who disagree with you. It puts those you attack on the defensive. No one likes to be called a racist. Really, it’s now become the atomic bomb used when you are losing an argument and not anything meaningful anymore. The result is that racism and other “isms” have begun to lose their currency.
      This type of behavior is exactly what I said about Democrats teaching Trump their antics. He was a Democrat; he donated to Hillary, and has had many Democratic policy beliefs. If, you don’t like Trump (and don’t agree with me) stop being like him, or like a typical Democrat, depending upon your view because from where I see it you are one of the same.

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    3. From your first post,
      "Obama was't elected on his policies either, what ever hope and change is, he was elected because he was black and spoke Teleprompterese. "

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  4. Yes, I said that because it is a fact which is not a racist statement at all! Many thought we should have a first black president and that has been well documented. Many examples of this are readily available but none so clear as this one.
    Ie: Samuel Jackson - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2100210/Samuel-L-Jackson-I-Voted-Obama-hes-black.html
    Actor Samuel L. Jackson has admitted that he became a supporter of Barack Obama in 2008 because of his race.
    In an interview for Ebony magazine's March issue, the Oscar-nominated screen legend says his decision to vote for Mr Obama was nothing to do with his political beliefs.
    'I voted for Barack because he was black. 'Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them,' Mr Jackson told the magazine, according to the New York Post.
    That’s American politics, pure and simple,' he said. [Obama’s] message didn’t mean **** to me. In the end, he’s a politician. I just hoped he would do some of what he said he was gonna do.
    'I know politicians say ****; they lie. 'Cuz they want to get elected.'

    In your world my benign factual statement is racist so I ask you how do you judge Samuel Jacksons statement?



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    1. I’m not getting dragged into this pointless debate. Whether Samuel Jackson made a racist statement is irrelevant. The point is so did you. Admit it, deal with it and try to overcome it.

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