Is Trump In?

Maybe…

Turning down The Apprentice is a big signal.

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16 thoughts on “Is Trump In?

  1. redphillips

    Mike, believe it or not, with Rand Paul going in the tank on war and peace, Trump might be the best of a lot of bad options when it comes to keeping us out of a new war.

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    1. Richard Channing

      I don’t disagree, Red. The good thing about a guy like Trump is that he doesn’t need the job and could possibly do the right thing some of the time.

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  2. Mike

    If he would face the joint chiefs and tell them “You’re fired!” I might give a damn.
    But he would never get that far. Make believe doesn’t excite me.

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  3. roho

    Trump is the “Showboat” just like Reagan was before we even knew what a “Showboat” was?

    America does not need another OLIGARTH!…………..They need a “BUBBA” that has a common sense of the CONSTITUTION!

    We are on the verge of another REVOLUTION, and hopefully somebody will step up before the killing begins?……………Today’s PROPAGANDA MSM is not being believed, and the grassroots people are planning for war, not against a foreign invader?

    America’s MSM is no longer working with the new Generation?

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    1. Richard Channing

      We are not on the verge of another revolution. The American people have been dumbed down and cooked like a frog. Obama amnesties 5 million people and Americans were outraged for 30 minutes and then turned on the Bachelor and forgot all about it. Americans have the government they deserve.

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      1. weavercht

        Richard,

        I wholly agree. And if you ask an American, even a conservative, what it means to be American; he’ll reply that his heritage is the very political traditions that left him open and vulnerable to this destruction.

        Darwin tested us, and we were found wanting.

        When the economy tanks, some might wake up a bit. People just are not meant to be free in the American sense of the word. Either we can develop guardians to protect us from international finance, or else the proper place for man is under the globalist boot.

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  4. Kirt Higdon

    “Trump might be the best of a lot of bad options when it comes to keeping us out of a new war.”

    Isn’t best of a lot of bad options just another way of saying lesser evil, which we are always urged to vote for anyway? Of course, we always get the evil and it’s strictly hypothetical as to whether or not it’s lesser. And Trump urges the strengthening of the American military, already by far the strongest in the history of the world. That’s the position of a man who will get us into more wars, not keep us out of them.

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  5. redphillips

    Mike, other than wanting a bunch of expensive weapons systems, the Joint Chiefs usually aren’t the problem. It’s the policy makers who want to drag us into wars. It can be argued that in the last decade + the Joint Chiefs have actually played the role of cool headed realists by comparison. Trump needs to fire the policy makers.

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  6. redphillips

    Kirt, I’ll almost certainly be voting third party again next year. The issue is how to best make some hay in the primary. An explicitly non-interventionists alternative to Rand has yet to step forward.

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  7. weavercht

    I’ll likely vote Dem or third party. I’ve just become convinced the dems are easiest to influence (trade, war, minimum wage), and it’s ideal for conservatives and foreigners (e.g. Europe) to react against a Dem.

    I don’t want to crush Europe’s right wing simply because another Dubya is elected.

    The Republicans are in such a war frenzy and are so pro-Wall Street that they’re really not so much better than the Dems now, at least not in the presidency.

    Immigration is the ultimate issue, but socialists seem like the best bet for opposing immigration: After a crash, voters voting for more money in a sense. And increased socialism could create a reaction among whites who demand equal treatment. The sooner whites demand equality, the better. Because immigration is only going to continue to chip away at white voting power.

    I don’t spend much time on analyzing politics, but that’s my thinking, fwiw.

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  8. roho

    Remember when the US built refrigerators that lasted 40 years?…………China now builds throw away refrigerators and we build smart bombs that must be used up and replaced.

    Detroit was worth saving?…….Yet, white coal miners can go suck an egg?

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    1. weavercht

      Tbh, coal could likely be converted to relatively clean fuel. You can filter out pollutants.

      If instead of bombing everyone the US dumped its money into energy self-sufficiency, it would be self-sufficient by now.

      I continue to read in financial blogs how the US must be globalist, that “isolationism” is so bad the reasons can’t even be explained. Spending money in the US would inexplicably be bad for the US. “Experts” tell us this, so it must be true.

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  9. roho

    Weaver……………………I live in Bham Alabama where the last steel mill of the “Magic City” is thinking about closing, and ending STEEL PRODUCTION forever? (US STEEL).

    When the tycoons of steel arrived in Birmingham, they were overwhelmed by the vast natural resources within close proximity for the making of steel. Iron Ore, Coal, Slag, rail, and all that was needed to produce steel was here!…………………..And it worked, until the POWERS OF GOVERNMENT decided that WALL STREET owned offshore steel had cheaper labor?

    Birmingham now has clear sky’s (NO POLUTION/NO JOBS), and an economy of zero production……………….Next is the COAL MINERS and their white asses need to go!……(But we must save the black employee in Detroit?)

    Am I bitter?……..WORDS CAN NOT DESCRIBE!…………….Screw Obama and his machinations.

    Steel is dead, and soon COAL will be dead, and soon the SWHTF!……….I promiss.

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    1. weavercht

      We just didn’t have the structures in place to survive international finance. Nothing survives unless it can adapt to resist international finance.

      Obama’s strange environmentalism doesn’t help; but if anyone cared about the environment, he would oppose immigration and end wars.

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  10. roho

    We are in dangerous times as the International Banking Cartels have chosen to break Russia financially. The last bastion of European Christianity will not go down as easily as Libya.

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