Sunday, June 21, 2015

Donald Trump opens his mouth ......................

Mr. Trump please TRY to run as
a US Senator first!
Every Time Donald Trump opens his mouth , he makes the GOP look foolish ( if not already). On Tuesday, real-estate and reality TV mogul announced he will enter the Republican primary as a contender for the 2016 presidential . (1)>> NOOOO WAY AGAIN! . I can't believe he would run . *** Trump also gives a bad name to wealthy people in this country.Trump brings out two of the Right’s worst tendencies: the inability to distinguish between entertainers and political leaders, and the habit of treating politics as an exercise in emotional vindication. Trump is a distraction in an ever disintegrating GOP. Nothing is easier than to laugh at Trump. But, even though he is showing signs of mental deterioration. Trump is a megalomaniac who is so enamored of his own self-image that he can't see his flaws any more. Just because he has a pile of cash -- nobody believes the (3)>>$9 Billion figure -- doesn't mean he is sane. He's already destroyed any possibility of Hispanic support for the GOP, and that was just in his announcement speech! I can hardly wait to see how much more damage he can inflict on the (2)>> GOP in the next 15 months. Knowing him, it will be substantial. And uproariously funny to watch. The Democratic National Committee was so gleeful about Trump jumping into the race that it issued a statement holding him up a "major candidate" who brings "much-needed seriousness" to the Republican field. The Republican National Committee welcomed him to the race in a tweet.Trump's announcement speech did nothing to assuage concerns about what his presence might mean for some of the party's top contenders, such as former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush found out about the Trump effect firsthand Wednesday, when he was asked about the brazen reality show star's plan to build a great wall on the border to keep out Mexican "rapists" and criminals. His speech was  All the talking points were present in unvarnished form—Obamacare bad, immigrants bad, other countries bad, economy bad, politicians bad. Finally, he got down to it.Trump joins luminaries like Steve Forbes,  (5)>>Ross Perot, and Herman Cain in the roster of business people who’ve tried to go from the C-Suite to the Oval Office. So, what can he learn from those who came before him?Ross Perot, a tech entrepreneur, ran as an independent in both 1992 and 1996. In 1992, he actually won a remarkable 19 million votes, but didn’t manage to win a single state or electoral vote.Trump should be easy to dismiss. This is at least the third time he has threatened to run for president. In 2000, he was unwilling even to challenge Pat Buchanan for the nomination of Perot's Reform Party.Trump may be a bit loud and to some obnoxious but he speaks the truth about politicians and especially the current administration.  The news gods shined bright Tuesday as Donald Trump delivered one of the more entertaining presidential launches in recent memory, predicting he’d be the greatest jobs president “God ever created,” while also making controversial comment about Mexican immigrants.   If you really think he is President material, now that is the problem with the America of today, people like you would vote for someone like this!!!!!"Our country needs a truly great leader and we need a truly great leader now. We need a leader that wrote the art of the deal." (4)>> The Art of the Deal.) And yes, that means that "Ladies and gentlemen, I am officially running for president of the United States and we are going to make our country great again."

(1)>>Donald Trump last suggested he was going to run for president in 2011 to try to deny Barack Obama a second term.Republicans were excited and polls briefly put him ahead of the pack and leading serious contenders like Mitt Romney. *** Mr Trump certainly enjoys presenting himself to the world as a financial success. But is he actually a billionaire? That's harder to say.He unsuccessfully sued a New York Times writer who suggested his net worth was only around $200 million and a 2005 estimate by Deutsche Bank put him at $788 million.Forbes Magazine's latest estimate is that his net worth is around $4 billion and in 2011 his allies leaked word to Politico that he was in fact worth more than $7 billion.One of the beautiful things about presidential campaigns? Candidates must fill in financial disclosure forms that give a fairly detailed picture of their assets. (2)>> The GOP is full of wannabees and distractions . here is the LIST :1. Mike Hucksterbee, who dismissed any concern about the "Christian" hypocrite Duggars;2. Booby Jindal, who called Republicans "the party of stupid", and then PROVED it;3. Jeb Bush, who wants unwed mothers publicly shamed, but unwed fathers walk;4. Rick Perry, who can't count past two;5. Rick Santorum, a Catholic who "thinks" he can tell the POPE what to do;6. Scott Walker, who "thinks" being tough on unions endears him to the Kochs (it DOES!);7. Carly Fiorina, who "thinks" that because SHE considers herself GREAT, she really is;8.Den Carson, who is a doctor that disdains SCIENCE and FACTS; (3)>>Wealth also generates connections and the desire of people to assist you in generating more wealth (a guaranteed "win win" for the 1% unless you are truly lazy and incompetent).  I advised businessmen in his bracket. Only a few refused to acknowledge that the help they had (both financially from parents/investors and  from those willing to work for/with them) was essential to their success.(4)>> THE ART of DEAL . is a 1987 book by business magnate Donald Trump, that is part memoir and part a business advice book. Mr. TRUMP's is also a man of words , I though much dislike him to a point to like him , if ONLY he would give me tips on how to make myself "rich" in this e-CON-omy . His is Mr. Trump's best quote that underlines the man :
(5)>> Ross Perot. Reacting to Donald Trump’s presidential announcement Tuesday, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh gave the latest 2016 entrant high marks, saying his speech will have the same effect Ross Perot did ahead of his 1992 White House run. 

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