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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 11:56 AM
Donald Trump Hired Me As An Attorney. Please Don’t Support Him For President.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-hired-me-as-an-attorneyple ase-dont_us_579e52dee4b00e7e269fb30f?section=&

How Paul Manafort Wielded Power in Ukraine Before Advising Donald Trump

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/01/us/paul-manafort-ukraine-donald-trump.htm l?_r=0

 

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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 12:59 PM
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"Any one of Trump’s less-than-sterling qualities — his erratic temperament, his dodgy business practices, his racism, his Putin-like strongman inclinations and faux-populist demagoguery, his contempt for the rule of law, his ignorance — is enough to be disqualifying. His convention-speech comment, “I alone can fix it,” should make every American shudder. He is, we believe, a danger to the Republic."

http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/07/29/both-campaigns-stunned-after-houston -chronicle-makes-very-surprising-endorsement/


I was once employed by the Houston Chronicle. Don't even get me started. Other than the sports
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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 01:17 PM
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"Any one of Trump’s less-than-sterling qualities — his erratic temperament, his dodgy business practices, his racism, his Putin-like strongman inclinations and faux-populist demagoguery, his contempt for the rule of law, his ignorance — is enough to be disqualifying. His convention-speech comment, “I alone can fix it,” should make every American shudder. He is, we believe, a danger to the Republic."

http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/07/29/both-campaigns-stunned-after-houston -chronicle-makes-very-surprising-endorsement/


I was once employed by the Houston Chronicle. Don't even get me started. Other than the sports
section, of which I was a part....a rag.


We doubt you would have bothered to post that if the Houston Chronicle gave a glowing endorsement of Trump.

 

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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 01:20 PM
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"Any one of Trump’s less-than-sterling qualities — his erratic temperament, his dodgy business practices, his racism, his Putin-like strongman inclinations and faux-populist demagoguery, his contempt for the rule of law, his ignorance — is enough to be disqualifying. His convention-speech comment, “I alone can fix it,” should make every American shudder. He is, we believe, a danger to the Republic."

http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/07/29/both-campaigns-stunned-after-houston -chronicle-makes-very-surprising-endorsement/


I was once employed by the Houston Chronicle. Don't even get me started. Other than the sports
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We doubt you would have bothered to post that if the Houston Chronicle gave a glowing endorsement of Trump.


Wrong. My comment stands. regardless.

 

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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 01:24 PM
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"Any one of Trump’s less-than-sterling qualities — his erratic temperament, his dodgy business practices, his racism, his Putin-like strongman inclinations and faux-populist demagoguery, his contempt for the rule of law, his ignorance — is enough to be disqualifying. His convention-speech comment, “I alone can fix it,” should make every American shudder. He is, we believe, a danger to the Republic."

http://bipartisanreport.com/2016/07/29/both-campaigns-stunned-after-houston -chronicle-makes-very-surprising-endorsement/


I was once employed by the Houston Chronicle. Don't even get me started. Other than the sports
section, of which I was a part....a rag.

Good endorsement though. Their reasoning appears sound. Maybe they consulted the sports dept.

 

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Broad ideas and an agenda give the voters an idea where the candidate stands and on what
he/she thinks is important. The campaign has never been the time for details, and chances are
the folks clamoring for specifics and step by step guidebook simply don't like the candidate.


Nobody is calling for a step by step guidebook. However, let's look at a few things.

Trump says he will deport all illegal immigrants, something like 11 million of them. The law requires each illegal to have a hearing before they can be deported. This would take many years. How can he possibly do it?

He claims he will build a wall on the Mexican border. He says he will make Mexico pay for it. Mexico laughs at that. How will he do it? The cost would be enormous.

He claims he will ban Muslims from entering the US. There is no legal way to do that.

He will not support NATO allies who don't pay their way. This will strain relationships that are important to our security. It will violate an agreement with many countries.

His tax plan would cost the country 3 trillion dollars, yet he won't explain how to cover that amouny.

He says a lot and you slurp it up, taking an habitual liar at his word. he is a guy who has built a fortune on lying and stealing from those who worked for him or invested with him. And you slurp it up.


Well put. I say again, anyone who supports the Trump candidacy and believes he would make a good president and is ready and equipped for the job is, at best, an absolute idiot.

 

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I cannot believe the GOP candidate for President has actually been condemned for his actions by the VFW and Gold Star parents. Incredible.

 

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It doesn't matter Bhawk. See, ever since 9/11 liberals have been lashing out at conservatives for their differences in values, which directly contradicts their own mantra of preaching acceptance, understanding, and equality for all. Despite how dangerous he will be, conservatives will vote him in, not because they believe he is the best candidate, but to expose the hypocrisy among liberals. To expose them is the most important issue.
 

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I cannot believe the GOP candidate for President has actually been condemned for his actions by the VFW and Gold Star parents. Incredible.


Why not? What remains of the right is bereft of any kind of an identity. Donald Trump leads the party now and the parts of his policies which aren’t pro-Russia are made up daily. GOP congressmen as well as Fox are basically apologists for whatever turn Trump takes on any given day. The Democrats with their convention stole all the defining GOP symbols like patriotism, religion, etc. The intellectual republicans like George Will, Bill Kristol and Kathleen Parker are long gone.

 

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It doesn't matter Bhawk. See, ever since 9/11 liberals have been lashing out at conservatives for their differences in values, which directly contradicts their own mantra of preaching acceptance, understanding, and equality for all. Despite how dangerous he will be, conservatives will vote him in, not because they believe he is the best candidate, but to expose the hypocrisy among liberals. To expose them is the most important issue.


As I said…idiots.

 

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I cannot believe the GOP candidate for President has actually been condemned for his actions by the VFW and Gold Star parents. Incredible.


Why not? What remains of the right is bereft of any kind of an identity. Donald Trump leads the party now and the parts of his policies which aren’t pro-Russia are made up daily. GOP congressmen as well as Fox are basically apologists for whatever turn Trump takes on any given day. The Democrats with their convention stole all the defining GOP symbols like patriotism, religion, etc. The intellectual republicans like George Will, Bill Kristol and Kathleen Parker are long gone.


what i find the most strange is that damn near everytime Trump says something.....the interpreters come out in force. how come we can't understand what he means when he speaks? why does someone else always have to interpret or clarify his statements? how come we don't understand english or why does his use of english not make sense to us?

 

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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 07:09 PM
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I cannot believe the GOP candidate for President has actually been condemned for his actions by the VFW and Gold Star parents. Incredible.


Why not? What remains of the right is bereft of any kind of an identity. Donald Trump leads the party now and the parts of his policies which aren’t pro-Russia are made up daily. GOP congressmen as well as Fox are basically apologists for whatever turn Trump takes on any given day. The Democrats with their convention stole all the defining GOP symbols like patriotism, religion, etc. The intellectual republicans like George Will, Bill Kristol and Kathleen Parker are long gone.


what i find the most strange is that damn near everytime Trump says something.....the interpreters come out in force. how come we can't understand what he means when he speaks? why does someone else always have to interpret or clarify his statements? how come we don't understand english or why does his use of english not make sense to us?

Also how many times does Trump say one thing on day 1, get bad press, and on day 2 go after the bad bad media for misrepresenting his position? Or how many times on day 2 does he walk back or clarify his points as to "what he really meant"?

The non politician that some love in Trump is exposing him as ignorant of how the world works, his understanding of foreign affairs, etc. (example - Trump on Ukraine & Crimea).

 

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  posted on 8/1/2016 at 07:33 PM
what i find the most strange is that damn near everytime Trump says something.....the interpreters come out in force. how come we can't understand what he means when he speaks? why does someone else always have to interpret or clarify his statements? how come we don't understand english or why does his use of english not make sense to us?


Excellent point. Especially when he prides himself on being so forthright.

 

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I cannot believe the GOP candidate for President has actually been condemned for his actions by the VFW and Gold Star parents. Incredible.


Why not? What remains of the right is bereft of any kind of an identity. Donald Trump leads the party now and the parts of his policies which aren’t pro-Russia are made up daily. GOP congressmen as well as Fox are basically apologists for whatever turn Trump takes on any given day. The Democrats with their convention stole all the defining GOP symbols like patriotism, religion, etc. The intellectual republicans like George Will, Bill Kristol and Kathleen Parker are long gone.


what i find the most strange is that damn near everytime Trump says something.....the interpreters come out in force. how come we can't understand what he means when he speaks? why does someone else always have to interpret or clarify his statements? how come we don't understand english or why does his use of english not make sense to us?

Also how many times does Trump say one thing on day 1, get bad press, and on day 2 go after the bad bad media for misrepresenting his position? Or how many times on day 2 does he walk back or clarify his points as to "what he really meant"?

The non politician that some love in Trump is exposing him as ignorant of how the world works, his understanding of foreign affairs, etc. (example - Trump on Ukraine & Crimea).


Ok, so I've seen this movie before. It is called "Paul LePage Governor of Maine" and it has been running for the last 6 years. And a word of warning to all those who have laughed at Trump's chances...not only did LePage get elected, he got reelected. In both cases he was elected with less than 50% of the vote because the traditional dem vote was split by 1 or more Independent on the ballot (and weak dem candidates). What's going on now nationally pretty much mirrors what happened in Maine, right down to the candidates behavior. It can happen folks, it can happen.

 

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I think there are enough other things to show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.


Really? He seems like charlatan to me. And a an arrogant blowhard.

Name three things that show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.

You just named two so I only have to add three, right? OK, here they are:

1. He has absolutely no regard for how the Constitution limits the power of the federal government. He does not understand that the federal governments powers are limited to those enumerated in the Constitution.
2. He does not understand the concept of checks and balances. He thinks that "he alone" can enact policies by edict.
3. He has no regard for the rights of individuals guaranteed by the Constitution. He thinks it is OK to discriminate based upon religion, gender, or ethnicity.

If you need more let me know, but I think you get the idea.

[Edited on 7/30/2016 by bob1954]


The first two suit Obama perfectly. Executive orders on immigration. Delaying the implementation of the ACA even though he signed it into law so the voters wouldn't get whacked with premium increases right before the election. That stufffs ok though.

 

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I think there are enough other things to show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.


Really? He seems like charlatan to me. And a an arrogant blowhard.

Name three things that show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.

You just named two so I only have to add three, right? OK, here they are:

1. He has absolutely no regard for how the Constitution limits the power of the federal government. He does not understand that the federal governments powers are limited to those enumerated in the Constitution.
2. He does not understand the concept of checks and balances. He thinks that "he alone" can enact policies by edict.
3. He has no regard for the rights of individuals guaranteed by the Constitution. He thinks it is OK to discriminate based upon religion, gender, or ethnicity.

If you need more let me know, but I think you get the idea.

[Edited on 7/30/2016 by bob1954]


The first two suit Obama perfectly. Executive orders on immigration. Delaying the implementation of the ACA even though he signed it into law so the voters wouldn't get whacked with premium increases right before the election. That stufffs ok though.

Obama is not running for office. What do you think of these points as they apply to Trump?

 

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  posted on 8/2/2016 at 07:15 AM
Gotta love The Onion.

Trump Campaign Ponders Going Negative

NEW YORK—Saying they weren’t afraid to take the gloves off for the general election if need be, the campaign team for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly considered the possibility Monday of pivoting their strategy and going negative. “We’ve tried to run a clean campaign that we can all take pride in, but if we’re truly serious about winning this thing, now might be the time to drop the nice guy act and get a little dirty,” said campaign chairman Paul Manafort, adding that the candidate should at the very least consider ramping up personal attacks on his opponents, even if the tactic feels slightly underhanded. “Ideally, we would continue to stay the course and keep everything upstanding and aboveboard, but in politics, you sometimes have to hit below the belt. Just because it isn’t the way we’re used to operating doesn’t mean we should dismiss the idea of getting into the mud to help our cause.” At press time, Manafort acknowledged that Trump supporters might be unsettled by the dramatic shift in tone, but expressed hope that his candidate’s reputation could handle any blowback.

http://www.theonion.com/article/trump-campaign-ponders-going-negative-53403

 

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Gotta love The Onion.

Trump Campaign Ponders Going Negative

NEW YORK—Saying they weren’t afraid to take the gloves off for the general election if need be, the campaign team for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly considered the possibility Monday of pivoting their strategy and going negative. “We’ve tried to run a clean campaign that we can all take pride in, but if we’re truly serious about winning this thing, now might be the time to drop the nice guy act and get a little dirty,” said campaign chairman Paul Manafort, adding that the candidate should at the very least consider ramping up personal attacks on his opponents, even if the tactic feels slightly underhanded. “Ideally, we would continue to stay the course and keep everything upstanding and aboveboard, but in politics, you sometimes have to hit below the belt. Just because it isn’t the way we’re used to operating doesn’t mean we should dismiss the idea of getting into the mud to help our cause.” At press time, Manafort acknowledged that Trump supporters might be unsettled by the dramatic shift in tone, but expressed hope that his candidate’s reputation could handle any blowback.

http://www.theonion.com/article/trump-campaign-ponders-going-negative-53403

What makes this so funny is that the Trump campaign actually did say those things. The Onion didn't have to come up with this story, it wrote itself.

 

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Trump Campaign Ponders Going Negative

NEW YORK—Saying they weren’t afraid to take the gloves off for the general election if need be, the campaign team for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly considered the possibility Monday of pivoting their strategy and going negative. “We’ve tried to run a clean campaign that we can all take pride in, but if we’re truly serious about winning this thing, now might be the time to drop the nice guy act and get a little dirty,” said campaign chairman Paul Manafort, adding that the candidate should at the very least consider ramping up personal attacks on his opponents, even if the tactic feels slightly underhanded. “Ideally, we would continue to stay the course and keep everything upstanding and aboveboard, but in politics, you sometimes have to hit below the belt. Just because it isn’t the way we’re used to operating doesn’t mean we should dismiss the idea of getting into the mud to help our cause.” At press time, Manafort acknowledged that Trump supporters might be unsettled by the dramatic shift in tone, but expressed hope that his candidate’s reputation could handle any blowback.

http://www.theonion.com/article/trump-campaign-ponders-going-negative-53403

What makes this so funny is that the Trump campaign actually did say those things. The Onion didn't have to come up with this story, it wrote itself.


Manafort is every bit as crazy as Trump. I agree that hitting Clinton "below the belt" would unsettle audiences.

And now what about that rape case against Trump? All of the rape accusations beginning with his wife Ivana sound very similar.

http://fusion.net/story/328522/donald-trump-accused-rape-sexual-assault/

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Immediately following this rape Defendant Trump threatened me that, were I ever to reveal any of the details of Defendant Trump’s sexual and physical abuse of me, my family and I would be physically harmed if not killed.

The lawsuit also includes a witness statement from a “Tiffany Doe,” who says that, in the ’90s, she was in charge of recruiting adolescent women to entertain guests at Epstein’s parties—and she personally saw the incident occur.

I personally witnessed the Plaintiff being forced to perform various sexual acts with Donald J. Trump and Mr. Epstein. Both Mr. Trump and Mr. Epstein were advised that she was 13 years old.

In her statement, Tiffany Doe also says she witnessed Trump force other minors to perform oral sex on him and witnessed his “physical abuse” on them “when they finished the act.”


 

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Gotta love The Onion.

Trump Campaign Ponders Going Negative

NEW YORK—Saying they weren’t afraid to take the gloves off for the general election if need be, the campaign team for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump reportedly considered the possibility Monday of pivoting their strategy and going negative. “We’ve tried to run a clean campaign that we can all take pride in, but if we’re truly serious about winning this thing, now might be the time to drop the nice guy act and get a little dirty,” said campaign chairman Paul Manafort, adding that the candidate should at the very least consider ramping up personal attacks on his opponents, even if the tactic feels slightly underhanded. “Ideally, we would continue to stay the course and keep everything upstanding and aboveboard, but in politics, you sometimes have to hit below the belt. Just because it isn’t the way we’re used to operating doesn’t mean we should dismiss the idea of getting into the mud to help our cause.” At press time, Manafort acknowledged that Trump supporters might be unsettled by the dramatic shift in tone, but expressed hope that his candidate’s reputation could handle any blowback.

http://www.theonion.com/article/trump-campaign-ponders-going-negative-53403


Ya can't make this stuff up. What a bunch of crap. Trump has lived in a negative manner since the early days of the GOP Primaries. This is who he is & what he feels most comfortable doing. Look at all the shovel material & studpid nicknames he lobbed at his opposition. When you got nothing, you resort to what he does. Everyone is a target of Trump if they breathe the wrong way to get under his skin. His latest targets - fire marshalls. The whole process is rigged against him so he thinks. This is his justification to fight & live in a negative manner politically speaking.

 

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  posted on 8/2/2016 at 10:00 AM
It is easy to understand why people will support Trump
Hillary Clinton
The biggest phony , Most corrupt politician that one could imagine.
A pathological liar.
People are so sick of the phony political speak, The PC crap, and the incredible corrupt bias media.
That is what has caused the rise of Donald Trump. I get a kick out of the outrage towards trump over what he said this past weekend yet those same critics say Boo about Clinton flat out lying directly to the face of the parents of the Victims in Benghazi. All to cover for Obama in the 2012 election.
The only thing Hillary Clinton cares about is Hillary Clinton.
To me anyone who votes for her to be president is an idiot.
Justice for all, not if you vote for her. Her lies and crimes are on full display for all to see.

 

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  posted on 8/2/2016 at 10:26 AM
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It is easy to understand why people will support Trump
Hillary Clinton
The biggest phony , Most corrupt politician that one could imagine.
A pathological liar.
People are so sick of the phony political speak, The PC crap, and the incredible corrupt bias media.
That is what has caused the rise of Donald Trump. I get a kick out of the outrage towards trump over what he said this past weekend yet those same critics say Boo about Clinton flat out lying directly to the face of the parents of the Victims in Benghazi. All to cover for Obama in the 2012 election.
The only thing Hillary Clinton cares about is Hillary Clinton.
To me anyone who votes for her to be president is an idiot.
Justice for all, not if you vote for her. Her lies and crimes are on full display for all to see.



Trump is all those things you say Hillary is, and worse. Much, much worse (IMO of course, but it is a strong case based on everything he has said and done since he announced his run last year). He's ignorant on foreign affairs and his rhetoric is already doing damage to US interests abroad, his tax plan will cost trillions and he has not explained how it will be paid for, and his economic policy will set the US back a hundred years. His relationship with Putin and Russia in general is highly suspect and has not been properly vetted. He has been shown to have lied to the American people more than any other POTUS candidate this cycle, and still does it daily...he takes the American public as suckers and fools and a good portion of the electorate is lapping it up.

And to top it all off, no one here has yet to make a compelling case for him based on him, it is only about being anti-Hillary. So go ahead and make an anti-Hillary case, there is plenty of fodder there. But don't try to make a pro-Trump case that is nothing but anti-Hillary and then try to tell us he'd make a good POTUS.

 

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  posted on 8/2/2016 at 10:38 AM
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It is easy to understand why people will support Trump
Hillary Clinton
The biggest phony , Most corrupt politician that one could imagine.
A pathological liar.
People are so sick of the phony political speak, The PC crap, and the incredible corrupt bias media.
That is what has caused the rise of Donald Trump. I get a kick out of the outrage towards trump over what he said this past weekend yet those same critics say Boo about Clinton flat out lying directly to the face of the parents of the Victims in Benghazi. All to cover for Obama in the 2012 election.
The only thing Hillary Clinton cares about is Hillary Clinton.
To me anyone who votes for her to be president is an idiot.
Justice for all, not if you vote for her. Her lies and crimes are on full display for all to see.


All reasons not to vote for Hillary, but certainly not reasons to vote for Trump. Perhaps you should look at Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.

 

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I think there are enough other things to show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.


Really? He seems like charlatan to me. And a an arrogant blowhard.

Name three things that show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.

You just named two so I only have to add three, right? OK, here they are:

1. He has absolutely no regard for how the Constitution limits the power of the federal government. He does not understand that the federal governments powers are limited to those enumerated in the Constitution.
2. He does not understand the concept of checks and balances. He thinks that "he alone" can enact policies by edict.
3. He has no regard for the rights of individuals guaranteed by the Constitution. He thinks it is OK to discriminate based upon religion, gender, or ethnicity.

If you need more let me know, but I think you get the idea.

[Edited on 7/30/2016 by bob1954]


The first two suit Obama perfectly. Executive orders on immigration. Delaying the implementation of the ACA even though he signed it into law so the voters wouldn't get whacked with premium increases right before the election. That stufffs ok though.

Obama is not running for office. What do you think of these points as they apply to Trump?


I think he will try to get away with as much as possible. I would think he would need a top notch legal team.

 

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I think there are enough other things to show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.


Really? He seems like charlatan to me. And a an arrogant blowhard.

Name three things that show he is unquestionably unqualified for the office of President.

You just named two so I only have to add three, right? OK, here they are:

1. He has absolutely no regard for how the Constitution limits the power of the federal government. He does not understand that the federal governments powers are limited to those enumerated in the Constitution.
2. He does not understand the concept of checks and balances. He thinks that "he alone" can enact policies by edict.
3. He has no regard for the rights of individuals guaranteed by the Constitution. He thinks it is OK to discriminate based upon religion, gender, or ethnicity.

If you need more let me know, but I think you get the idea.

[Edited on 7/30/2016 by bob1954]


The first two suit Obama perfectly. Executive orders on immigration. Delaying the implementation of the ACA even though he signed it into law so the voters wouldn't get whacked with premium increases right before the election. That stufffs ok though.

Obama is not running for office. What do you think of these points as they apply to Trump?


I think he will try to get away with as much as possible. I would think he would need a top notch legal team.

And that would make him a good president in your eyes, showing disregard for the constitution while trying "to get away with as much as possible"? Is that what you are saying?

 

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