Go Away Trump

@zebra2222 (4897)
United States
December 19, 2015 12:29am CST
Go away Trump. You have invaded the minds of sensible human beings. You have displayed a degree of arrogance that knows no bounds. You bask in the popularity and publicity of your own bigotry. You claims to know the answers to complex problems, but hide behind the cloak of "I'll let others figure it out!" You may claim the mantle of the Republican Party, but it will be stained with your views toward minorities and women.
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@celticeagle (114391)
• Boise, Idaho
22 Jan 16
I have to disagree with you a bit. He hasn't "invaded the minds of sensible human beings". These folk aren't sensible. Their demented way of thinking is actually that he can help our country. And, day by day he just keeps getting more powerful. I did hear a person say the other day though that if we all get out and vote he may not have a chance. It strikes me funny that that idiot has Sarah Palin endorsing him now. That was a match made on SNL wasn't it? I hate her voice. Oooh!
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• Eugene, Oregon
22 Jan 16
Oh yes that voice grates like fingernails on a blackboard.
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@celticeagle (114391)
• Boise, Idaho
22 Jan 16
@JamesHxstatic ...And she is so ditzy. With his problem with women, why would he hook up with her? E-gads!
• United States
27 Jan 16
It's funny when you consider he's fighting with Ted Cruz now, another Tea Party candidate. Instead of being accountable for her family's poor behavior lately, she uses a polarizing issue to excuse it. As a wife whose husband has combat-related PTSD, excusing her son's drunken behavior as "PTSD", without seeking help for him is disgusting!
@yukimori (8542)
• United States
19 Dec 15
This pretty much sums up the entire campaign so far, if you ask me...
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• United States
19 Dec 15
What makes you think these people were sensible in the first place? If they like what he is saying, that says a great deal about them. Why else do they cheer his awful comments?
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• Eugene, Oregon
22 Jan 16
You are so right, @ElizabethWallace!
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• United States
22 Jan 16
@JamesHxstatic So much in the media brings out the worst in people. Politicians (GOP) are using this to their benefit.
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@zebra2222 (4897)
• United States
29 Jan 16
Sorry that I put in sensible. His supporters are anything but sensible.
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@FourWalls (9525)
• United States
19 Dec 15
My take on Trump is that his popularity stems from one thing, and one thing only: he is not politically correct. He stands up to the media when they call him on things he says. I think that a lot of people in this country are sick of political correctness, and his attitude is what they appreciate. America has lost its sensibility, though. In my lifetime we've only had two good presidents: Kennedy (and I was a baby then) and Reagan. Is it that surprising that we'd consider someone like Trump we we'd elect, then reelect someone because they have black skin or because he was handsome, or consider someone solely because she's a woman without looking at her history?
• Eugene, Oregon
22 Jan 16
President Obama was not reelected because he has "black skin." I voted for him again (and would again) because I support his policies. That is why he was reelected.
• United States
27 Jan 16
@JamesHxstatic Perhaps the comments that Mitt Romney (the 48%, or whatever the figure was) offended those of us with some sensibilities...and I'd like to think that I had the common sense to not continue with a 'Clinton' in the White House again....
• United States
29 Jan 16
My nominations for the greatest presidents are actually very different: Abraham Lincoln, for holding our country together during such a devastating time; and Franklin Roosevelt, for helping the United States through a very difficult financial time, and guiding us through a horrible war-I just wish he'd have had the chance to live to see victory.
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• Eugene, Oregon
22 Jan 16
He has done all that and more. I'm not so sure that his supporters qualify as "sensible."
@zebra2222 (4897)
• United States
29 Jan 16
You are correct. His supporters are not sensible at all.
@dfollin (12114)
• United States
19 Feb
I have to agree with you!
• Philippines
19 Dec 15
He's just good with talks, for a moment I thought he could be your President..But he doesn't have concrete plans for the country, he's just sliding with what the people want than what he's really planning. I think being a good leader in business is entirely different from leading the country. If he does win, it could spark trouble, but that is for all of you to decide. Some say Hillary is even worst, but that's not for me to judge.
@scheng1 (24949)
• Singapore
19 Dec 15
I think he gets the wrong publicity team. He is always loud but not to such extend. I think for a billionaire, he is a really shrewd and smart person, yet he seems to change overnight when he makes stupid remarks, and insulting everyone.