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Saturday, August 15, 2015

The #1 reason why Donald Trump is the chimpanzee America needs

Just a few weeks ago, US talk show host Stephen Colbert was asked if he thought that Donald Trump had a chance of becoming President of the United States.

Colbert responded sincerely. “Honestly, he could. And that’s not an opinion of Trump. That’s my opinion of our nation.”

He’s right. The Land of the Free may very well be ready for something completely different. And Trump certainly seems able to deliver.

He is, after all, unique in his field. Donald Trump has never served in politics, and his blunt style is almost the exact opposite of every other major candidate.

But there’s one thing that really sets him apart, that, in my opinion, makes him the most qualified person for the job:

Donald Trump is an expert at declaring bankruptcy.

When the going gets tough, Trump stiffs his creditors. He’s done it four times!

Candidly, this is precisely what the Land of the Free needs right now: someone who can stop beating around the bush and just get on with it already.



Anonymous said...

Go ahead, elect Trump. See what a 180 degree turn from what we're doing now as a nation will be.

Anonymous said...

Bad mojo electing a guy like trump.

Anonymous said...

We are at the worst we've ever been with Obama and democrats in control it would be better.

Anonymous said...

He cannot just get on with anything because he cannot legally use a cattle prod on Congress.I respect his tenacity,but if he is elected he will be his own harshest critic.

Anonymous said...

When the stock market collapses there is going to be a routing of all politicians and someone like Mr Trump will win.

Anonymous said...

If he is president he will have the button... I'm moving underground.

Anonymous said...

We've tried having our country run by politicians and you see what happened. If we tried running it by a businessman how much worse could it be? I say he should go for it.

Anonymous said...

Say what you want but when Trump wins pack your bags and GET THE F**K OUT.

Anonymous said...

The way you fools have ruined Salisbury and Obama has ruined the country your afraid to vote for someone who will make you get off your dead lowlife A$$.

Anonymous said...

the dimwits that keep attacking Trump are the same deadbeats that think Obama is a great President.

I will vote for Trump even if I have to write his name down.

I've voted for those RINO's since the 70's.

No more.

I'd rather see Democrats keep destroying the country and when it all falls apart, I will be ready for the awakening.

Anonymous said...

Trump can't do much worse than the last two idiots have done. Amazing how far this country has fallen that our presidential choices will come down to rump and cliton. Where have all the true leaders gone.

Anonymous said...

Hey... August 15, 2015 at 2:00 PM,

What the hell do you mean, "with Obama and democrats in control"???
Allow me to school you:

Our President is Democrat.
Our Congress (those you mean when you say "in control" lol, dumbass) is Republican.
Got it?????

Do you even KNOW anything about politics? My guess is, No? Then maybe you shouldnt be gossiping about it. lmao

Anonymous said...

7:34 Have you ever heard of the Presidential veto, obviously not if you think the Republicans are in control. However from 2009 to 2011 the Democrats were totally in control and royally screwed our country.

Anonymous said...

at 8:30 PM

Umm.. I know what a Presidential veto is. Did YOU know that the Republican Congress can OVERRIDE a Presidential veto with a 2/3 majority? They would only need a few Democrats to side with them. They actually have that power. And anyway, the person's point.. "Obama and the Democrats are in control".. Ummm.. no. If the Democrats controlled both chambers, then it'd be a correct statement.

Steve said...

The fact is that the republicans and the democrats are in control, and want to keep it that way.

The solution is to get away from both, and elect independent individuals who are running to protect our Constitutional rights.

They run every year, yet no one votes for them.

That's what's wrong.

Anonymous said...

10:19 Your statement shows just as much nonsense as the statements you are trying to refute.