- Dec 8, 2011
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Even a Trump fan told us early on to "take him seriously, not literally". She knew she had to start spinning for his abject dishonesty and childish hyperbole early on.Like with most people, if you want to understand what motivates them, you pay a lot more attention to what they do, and a lot less attention to what they say. Since Trump lies constantly, taking his word at face value in an effort to understand his motivations a fool's errand.I get the impression that conservatives never understood Trump at all.She and her father are in the global trade camp primarily to enrich themselves at the expense of American workers just like Obama and the Clintons. They all sold us down the river. Biden is exactly the same.On what issues does she disagree with the Republicans?What the fuck is a "straight ahead Republican?" She's about as honest as a trip and fall lawyer.She's always been a straight-ahead Republican, for sure. But I have to give her credit for being honest and sticking with it. She's making the sheep look even more sheepy, and they know it.They should have kicked her out long ago for terrible ideas. The fact that she got kicked out for her good ideas pretty much sums up the state of the Republicans.
I really am beside myself watching the Republican Party disintegrate into the Party of Trump. It’s crazy.
I'm amazed every day at what one guy has done to this party.
And THIS guy, of all fuckin' people. It's still mind-blowing.
The bottom line: you support her because she attacks Trump and the Republican party, and for no other reason.
No one is fooled.
Trump knew we were getting fucked in global trade deals as well as many treaties around the World. He truly was America first in the best possible way. The Cheney's, Obama's, Clinton's and Biden don't give a shit about working Americans. They are only about enriching themselves. Most working Americans understand this. The Marxist, colored people who only think of themselves as victims, and freeloaders don't give a shit.
For example, don't you think it's a little odd that a man who spent his entire life cheating bankers, and contractors, and was involved as a litigant in thousands of lawsuits as both a defendant and a plaintiff would worry about the US getting cheated?
What you need to understand about Trump is that he never saw it as possible for deals to be a win/win situation. He always viewed deals as a zero sum game which, to Trump, meant that if we aren't cheating someone (getting the better of them, at least), than they were cheating us (getting the better of us). Trump just doesn't view deals as a situation where both sides can come away with something they want to the benefit of both sides.
You make many assumptions. Most all of them wrong imho.
I have to admit, she was right.