Donald Trump for President?

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Monday, October 04, 2010 at 9:25 am

Could real estate mogul Donald Trump be considering a presidential bid in 2012? That’s what voters in New Hampshire have been asking themselves after receiving a telephone poll in September that asked questions about the GOP presidential nominating process and included nearly 30 questions about the man whose most popular catch phrase is, “You’re fired!”:

Among other queries, the calls reportedly asked if voters had heard that Trump donated to Democrats in the past and if they thought his high-profile appearances on TV would help or hurt him in a political race.

It’s still unclear who’s behind the survey, and Trump has yet to be reached for comment. But with the 2012 field so wide open, it’s not a stretch to think that, by throwing around enough money, the man could seriously shake things up.

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Jeff
Comment posted October 4, 2010 @ 2:38 pm

At least he's not a religious nut!


Jeff
Comment posted October 4, 2010 @ 2:38 pm

At least he's not a religious nut!


MrsB
Comment posted October 4, 2010 @ 4:14 pm

Donald Trump for President? Wow, that would be pretty sorry – he has been allowed to file bankruptcy on personal debt to builders and all the people who helped him make millions on real estate. How did he get away with that? How is it that he can legally file banko on all his personal debt and students are not allowed to file against a mountain of debt that garnishes wages and leaves them without enough money to support their families food and electric bills? I would NEVER vote for Donald Trump on anything having to do with government. He has proven what a dishonest person he is when it comes to repaying debt. Does he have a plan then for the U.S. to file bankruptcy on Global Debt? Filing bankruptcy seems to be his modus operandi.


MrsB
Comment posted October 4, 2010 @ 4:14 pm

Donald Trump for President? Wow, that would be pretty sorry – he has been allowed to file bankruptcy on personal debt to builders and all the people who helped him make millions on real estate. How did he get away with that? How is it that he can legally file banko on all his personal debt and students are not allowed to file against a mountain of debt that garnishes wages and leaves them without enough money to support their families food and electric bills? I would NEVER vote for Donald Trump on anything having to do with government. He has proven what a dishonest person he is when it comes to repaying debt. Does he have a plan then for the U.S. to file bankruptcy on Global Debt? Filing bankruptcy seems to be his modus operandi.


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sandralee
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 1:36 pm

I want Capitalist Monster to re-vamp our economy…who better than Donald Trump. He’s made his mistakes on his own dollar. I wouldn’t mind those lessons to strengthen our dollar. Obama, you shall be fired. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Donald-Trump-for-President-in-2012/165385056812350?ref=mf


Rob
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

Who better to reform the economy that a billionaire. It isn't to far fetched to think he might win. Look at former Presidents: Reagan was an actor, Carter was a peanut farmer, and at one time people actually wanted Schwarzenegger to run.


Rob
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

Who better to reform the economy that a billionaire. It isn't to far fetched to think he might win. Look at former Presidents: Reagan was an actor, Carter was a peanut farmer, and at one time people actually wanted Schwarzenegger to run.


Fredwashington
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 4:30 pm

Yes he filed for bankruptcy but only re organizational bankruptcy and by the mid 90's paid off his debt and recovered very effectively. I think his life has shown that he has gone from the top to the bottom and then risen up again. There is not very much controversy with him and he is not a religious nut. He is a likeable guy who is all about common sense. I think he would do just as well with foreign affairs as he does with economics. Finally a candidate worth consideration. FYI… I'm a Libertarian/Independent who never votes along any party line.


Fredwashington
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 4:30 pm

Yes he filed for bankruptcy but only re organizational bankruptcy and by the mid 90's paid off his debt and recovered very effectively. I think his life has shown that he has gone from the top to the bottom and then risen up again. There is not very much controversy with him and he is not a religious nut. He is a likeable guy who is all about common sense. I think he would do just as well with foreign affairs as he does with economics. Finally a candidate worth consideration. FYI… I'm a Libertarian/Independent who never votes along any party line.


JimJ
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 4:34 pm

I'll bet you voted for Obama. :-)


JimJ
Comment posted October 5, 2010 @ 4:34 pm

I'll bet you voted for Obama. :-)


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eddy
Comment posted October 6, 2010 @ 10:13 pm

Maybe he could find a way to file bankruptcy on china and rebuild this country. We almost offer nothing to the rest of the word we are the world consumers. We need to invent build and sell to the rest of the world and become self reliant. Just my opinion. How about the rest of america what do you think?


eddy
Comment posted October 6, 2010 @ 10:13 pm

Maybe he could find a way to file bankruptcy on china and rebuild this country. We almost offer nothing to the rest of the word we are the world consumers. We need to invent build and sell to the rest of the world and become self reliant. Just my opinion. How about the rest of america what do you think?


HeatherB
Comment posted October 8, 2010 @ 2:36 pm

How many First Lady's do you think we will have to go through in 4 to 8 years if Trump becomes President? Just a thought…


HeatherB
Comment posted October 8, 2010 @ 2:36 pm

How many First Lady's do you think we will have to go through in 4 to 8 years if Trump becomes President? Just a thought…


Patricia
Comment posted October 9, 2010 @ 11:43 pm

If Donald was elected President he wouldn't need to file bankruptcy – we're already there! Anyone that doesn't see it is in another world. Although he may have filed personal br, he has since risen to the top. He'd have my vote and I'd like to see Simon Cowell as the VP!


Patricia
Comment posted October 9, 2010 @ 11:43 pm

If Donald was elected President he wouldn't need to file bankruptcy – we're already there! Anyone that doesn't see it is in another world. Although he may have filed personal br, he has since risen to the top. He'd have my vote and I'd like to see Simon Cowell as the VP!


Christiana L
Comment posted October 11, 2010 @ 6:23 pm

If it so happens he runs and by a small chance wins, I will be moving away from America.


Christiana L
Comment posted October 11, 2010 @ 6:23 pm

If it so happens he runs and by a small chance wins, I will be moving away from America.


Kramer2048
Comment posted October 11, 2010 @ 7:55 pm

He's got my vote!!!!!!!


Kramer2048
Comment posted October 11, 2010 @ 7:55 pm

He's got my vote!!!!!!!


Jsteph6336
Comment posted October 21, 2010 @ 10:16 pm

Good have a good trip when you leave and dont let the door hit you in the $ss on the way out.


Jsteph6336
Comment posted October 21, 2010 @ 10:16 pm

Good have a good trip when you leave and dont let the door hit you in the $ss on the way out.


Jopa1493
Comment posted October 26, 2010 @ 1:28 am

Rebuild America. Stop our Trade Deficit. Make it in America. He's got my vote too.


Jopa1493
Comment posted October 26, 2010 @ 1:28 am

Rebuild America. Stop our Trade Deficit. Make it in America. He's got my vote too.


Mheather900
Comment posted October 31, 2010 @ 5:40 am

Am I the only one who is not excited about the thought of Trump running for president? Ever watched the Apprentice? He is such a jerk. I would vote for Sarah Palin over him and I don't even like Palin.


Mheather900
Comment posted October 31, 2010 @ 5:40 am

Am I the only one who is not excited about the thought of Trump running for president? Ever watched the Apprentice? He is such a jerk. I would vote for Sarah Palin over him and I don't even like Palin.


donaldduck
Comment posted November 3, 2010 @ 8:50 am

if donald duck runs for president…..oh poor america…


donaldduck
Comment posted November 3, 2010 @ 8:50 am

if donald duck runs for president…..oh poor america…


A democrat
Comment posted November 4, 2010 @ 4:44 pm

I might have thought this was a joke, until earlier this year, when I saw Trump on Letterman. He and Dave had a very serious conversation about the state of the country, and I was so impressed with Trump, that he could end up being the first Republican I ever vote for. I voted for Obama and have no regrets, after all, what were the choices? If I had to choose between Obama and Trump in 2012, I would have to give Trump a chance. I think he has what it takes to get the job done.


A democrat
Comment posted November 4, 2010 @ 4:44 pm

I might have thought this was a joke, until earlier this year, when I saw Trump on Letterman. He and Dave had a very serious conversation about the state of the country, and I was so impressed with Trump, that he could end up being the first Republican I ever vote for. I voted for Obama and have no regrets, after all, what were the choices? If I had to choose between Obama and Trump in 2012, I would have to give Trump a chance. I think he has what it takes to get the job done.


Non Mainstream Republican
Comment posted November 5, 2010 @ 10:18 am

With there being an ultra liberal in the presidency, this would be the only time he could, and would, win. He's tough. Everyone knows it, and let's face it… There are going to be some extremely tough decisions with rolling back entitlements and the like that are going to have to be made – THAT ONLY a non-career politician will be able to introduce. His problem though would be winning the Republican nomination due to social conservatives who certainly have their place within the party. His speeches would clearly have to say, “look, I don't plan to mess with the values of America, I plan to take America back to the top where it belongs.”


Non Mainstream Republican
Comment posted November 5, 2010 @ 10:18 am

With there being an ultra liberal in the presidency, this would be the only time he could, and would, win. He's tough. Everyone knows it, and let's face it… There are going to be some extremely tough decisions with rolling back entitlements and the like that are going to have to be made – THAT ONLY a non-career politician will be able to introduce. His problem though would be winning the Republican nomination due to social conservatives who certainly have their place within the party. His speeches would clearly have to say, “look, I don't plan to mess with the values of America, I plan to take America back to the top where it belongs.”


Thejobes
Comment posted November 5, 2010 @ 3:29 pm

Donald has the right approach. He has my support for President.


Thejobes
Comment posted November 5, 2010 @ 3:29 pm

Donald has the right approach. He has my support for President.


pirates!
Comment posted November 11, 2010 @ 8:00 pm

Trump is an excellent business man. If there is one person that would know what decisions to make to get our economy moving, it would be him. I don’t know what him moral values are, but economically, he would be an asset to our country.


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Carolinagirlsrule
Comment posted November 18, 2010 @ 1:18 pm

Hell Yeah! GO TRUMP!!!


Mrsfawn
Comment posted November 18, 2010 @ 2:44 pm

yes , yes. I don’t like him as a person, but he makes since on a lot of isuue’s

we need some good old common since in Washington he’s got my vote


phyllis kay
Comment posted November 24, 2010 @ 1:22 pm

YES YES YES YES

HE IS THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB. HE KNOWS WHAT MAKES THINGS TICK. ITS ALL ABOUT MONEY AND POWER …AND HE IS THE SMARTEST PERSON TO GET THE RESPECT OUR COUNRTY NEEDS AND GET IT BACK ON TRACK FINANCIALLY. I WILL VOTE FOR HIM AND EVEN CAMPAIGN FOR EVERYONE I KNOW. PA


Jim Read
Comment posted November 24, 2010 @ 2:00 pm

Donald Trump would find a a way to emplyoy and revive business in our country in a New York minute if given the opportunity.


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Kekrla
Comment posted December 3, 2010 @ 8:54 pm

Go and try Cuba, for Iran you jackass! We don’t want you anyway!!


Darryl
Comment posted December 6, 2010 @ 11:27 pm

Would be cool for the Donald to win and in his acceptance speach…of course he would say…”Obama, YOU’RE FIRED!”


Kenjashi
Comment posted December 8, 2010 @ 12:23 pm

the reason I like this comment is because you will leave :)


MrSmith
Comment posted December 12, 2010 @ 2:31 am

NO PALIN IS AN AIRHEAD!!! SHES A REAL BLONDE AND SHES NOT EVEN BLONDE!!!


MrSmith
Comment posted December 12, 2010 @ 2:31 am

NO PALIN IS AN AIRHEAD!!! SHES A REAL BLONDE AND SHES NOT EVEN BLONDE!!!


Gpshark
Comment posted December 16, 2010 @ 10:15 pm

boy that would be something … not sure if its a good thing or not but it would be something ;-)


Shad336
Comment posted December 23, 2010 @ 10:45 pm

TRUMP 2012 will be on my bumper!!!!


YankeeImperialistDog
Comment posted December 24, 2010 @ 3:48 pm

China is not a nation. China is a huge massive holding company for uncountable companies located on their corporate campus. This is the world today. We need a Trump! Congress will not allow an all powerful president, but it will support regaining our place in the world economy. The solution is smart thinking, creating new markets, creating economic stability the chinese cannot counter.
KES


Anonymous
Comment posted December 26, 2010 @ 11:44 pm

Are you just Rosie O’Donnel with a disguised moniker?


Anonymous
Comment posted December 26, 2010 @ 11:44 pm

Are you just Rosie O’Donnel with a disguised moniker?


Brer_star
Comment posted January 1, 2011 @ 4:42 pm

Why not Hugh Hefner? If we are going to consider ridiculous populists – why not start at the top? Maybe ‘The Donald’ would reach across the aisle and tap Rosie O’Donnell for his VP position. Have we really fallen so low that we need a tabloid president?


Patf304
Comment posted January 5, 2011 @ 5:27 pm

Fileing NOT on his ownership, The fileing was on a venture he had on Atlantic Hotel Casino.
Fileing and going bankrupt are two different things.
MrsB get the facts.


Patf340
Comment posted January 5, 2011 @ 5:29 pm

Trump will tell Obama Your FIRED


Patf304
Comment posted January 5, 2011 @ 5:39 pm

Heather you must be jealous Trump turned you down. Hell Clinton has an affair in the Oval Office, Now that is a disgrace.
We are talking about someone turning the country around One who has Economic background, a person who can debate with other countries, Trump owns property over seas, a good debater and can turn a dollar into millions.
Read up
http://www.the-donald-trump.com


Pwblair
Comment posted January 5, 2011 @ 11:25 pm

Donald for President and Former SEc. of State C Rice for V. President. I’m sure they would win by a landslide.. WOW


greengiraffe
Comment posted January 7, 2011 @ 7:37 pm

Trump knows finances, knows how to make a business work – he loves America and hates China… yeah, I’d vote for him…


Paul
Comment posted January 8, 2011 @ 1:29 am

We have tried to have politicians run this country and they have made a mess of it. We need a business man and Donald Trump knows how to get things done. I vote “YES.”


Santosssss
Comment posted January 10, 2011 @ 11:23 pm

I can just see him now if he wins, on Inauguration day right before he takes his oath he looks at Obama and says “You’re fired”


BKSinAZ
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 12:50 am

He would have my vote! Obama has never ran a business or so much as a hotdog stand.


Alfred Grundwald
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 1:47 am

I love it! Can’t wait to hear it from Donald mouth!!


Lamarldr
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 4:50 am

Maybe he hasnt run a corporation,but so what hes proven himself by running the country.The Donald on the other hand,files for bankruptcy routinely.


ikambor
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 6:56 am

you are a friken idiot of the highest order,, Obama is running the country into the ground, financially and constitutionally, and immorrally, and anti american,,, he hates this country,,, no one would do what he does unless he hates this country,,…


ikambor
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 6:59 am

wow,, really,, you are a moron,, a tabloid president?? are you kidding,, he is far smarter than anyone else that would run,, Obama is a disaster,,and enemy of America,, get a grip and pull your head out of your ass


ItCouldBe
Comment posted January 11, 2011 @ 8:41 am

the country needs something, maybe he’s got it


Kekrla
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 3:21 am

He is a successful business man who is liked and respected around the world. Wake up jackass!


Aaronzancaldwell
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 4:42 am

Hahaha, typical, un-educated response. Why don’t you go ahead and call him a nigger, too?


Bren
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 3:38 pm

I hope he does run and WIN. We need anything but the loser we have now.


John
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 9:20 pm

Trump is a common-sense guy and a business man. We need those qualities in a President. I am all in if he runs as a conservative Republican. If he runs as an independent, I won’t waste my vote like I did with Perot.


Texascommentator
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 9:28 pm

As much as I admire Donald Trump, I would not vote for someone who backed the Democratic Pary in the past.


Texascommentator
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 9:28 pm

As much as I admire Donald Trump, I would not vote for someone who backed the Democratic Pary in the past.


Bldrumm
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 9:35 pm

He recognizes the economic situation as it is-we’re slipping to third world status. He’s a tough negotiator and will bring jobs back and hold China in check! We don’t need a panzi in office. No more “feel good” presidents.


Pgc137
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 9:51 pm

you just did


D12
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 10:08 pm

Where do you think that the country is headed? – can you say “bankruptcy”? You don’t care about business because you have never done anything but be an employee at best. Obama is not running anything except the USA into the ground! Wake up.


D12
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 10:08 pm

Where do you think that the country is headed? – can you say “bankruptcy”? You don’t care about business because you have never done anything but be an employee at best. Obama is not running anything except the USA into the ground! Wake up.


D12
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 10:11 pm

The big D has good ideas and principals. He makes decisions based on facts and outcome not emotions and politics. How can you argue with:
financial accountability, having America paid for military services, fair trade policy …etc


Sideway Su
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 10:13 pm

Never liked Donald Trump – thought he was an arrogant brat taking advantage of a system where he could bankrupt one company because it was a loser and start a new one fresh making millions. However, after learning much more myself about the reality of the way things work, politically and in the business world, I have grown to respect him a great deal. He knows what he’s doing. He understands how things work and i like his over-all comments regarding the state of our economy and our trade laws etc. I say run Donald run! His heart and brain would be in the right place. Who cares who he’s given money to in the past.


Ecinele
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 10:15 pm

“Hahaha, typical, un-educated response”. Typical liberal response. If they can’t win a debate they stoop allllllllllllllllllllllllllll the way down and resort to the only thing they know how best…call people ignorant and resort to race to divide and cause havoc.


Hercule_Savinien
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 11:10 pm

THRUMP & HILLARY OPERATION BARBAROSSA/Red Hair- Who’s on the Menu

[Look who’s coming to dinner]

Now it seems as if both future Presidential Candidate’s, to the Oval Office of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex [SOS] Secretary of State Hillary Diane Rodham-Clinton and Donald Thrump, are in different parties politically but share common views when it comes to their views on the [BRICS] Brazil, The Russian Federation, India, [PDRC] the Peoples Democratic Republic of China and The Republic of South Africa, [Spheres of Influence] of the [21st] Century and that is NEGATIVE one. Both appear to be on board and support a [Operation Barbarossa/Operation Red Hair] offensive against in particular the [C] of the [BRICS] the [PDRC]. And the idea of the President of the [CCP] Chinese Communist Party Hu Jintao having a state dinner in the White House on Jan. 19th, seeing it as one of those dinner invitations that should and would be cancelled if either Donald or Hillary had a say in things, with both unapologetically bashing China, if Donald or Hillary had their way the poor guy would need a food tester to try his plate before he ate it, and sitting across from either would be like looking into the face of a ravenous wolf ugly, sulky, ill-appeased, and one never dances or sits down to the table with a hungry werewolf you may be on the dance card as the main menu.

[D&H vs Hu Views]

Now what are the views of [D&H] Donald and Hillary Vs Hu;

[D&H]: China is manipulating their currency, with its predatory trade policies, neo-mercantilism, and undervalued currency, hurting the American-Israeli economy and contributing to its high unemployment.

[HU]: China holds over [1T] One Trillion in [U.S.] Treasury notes, [1st] among the top [3] three nations holding debts made by the Military Industrial Complex followed by the Empire of Japan and Israel, as that Complex engages in one after another [QE’s] Quantitive Easing’s, making it the largest debtor nation on the face of the planet with a [14T] Fourteen Trillion Dollar debt and growing bring into question the real value of its currency, as Dr. Ron Paul is calling for an audit of the Federal Reserve to find out just what that value really is. This is more about the manipulating of the [USD] United States Dollar in an effort to devalue the dollar and there by increase the value of Chinese currency, is backdoor trade protectionism. When the true fact is that a sudden an dramatic revaluation of the Chinese Currency upward would not only destabilize China but send a ripple effect thru all the world’s currency and would be a disaster for the Global Economy.

[D&H] Chinese products should face a stiff import tax until such time as the trade imbalance is corrected as the Chinese are making hundreds of Billion

[HU]: That is nothing but nonsense, the Clintons, and the [NYSE] New York Stock Exchange are responsible for your own mess, it was the Clintons who passed [NAFTA] the North American Free Trade Agreement shipping jobs out of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex into the countries of the [BRICS], where they could profit from the hard work ethics of our [Spheres of Economic] labors. The [NYSE] and the Military Industrial Complex have and are reaping huge profits at the cost of their own peoples. It is not the [BRICS] who are guilty of Tyranny of the Bottom Line, but the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex who have created the perfect storm of Political, [NYSE], and Military Industrial Complex Tyranny, it has been the [BRICS] that took the scraps from off the dinner table and created a stew, and now you want the [BRICS] to straighten out your problems, before we sit down to dinner, maybe you should go to bed hungry as we enjoy our dinner.

[D&H]: The [DPRK] The Democratic Peoples of Korea [North Korea] should have the [PDRC] put the screws to them and get them into line; for saber rattling, and uranium enrichment program, pursuing nuclear weapons, the suspected sinking of a [ROK] Republic of Korea warship, and the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island by simply making a telephone call.

[HU]: And we see that such a phone call was never made during the Kennedy Administration to an Island nation just [145km] One hundred forty five kilometers off of Florida, named Cuba and the missiles of October, and how has that worked out so far after how many year of your embargo against that country, and now your faced with the end of your control of the entire Western Hemisphere, as the [B] Brazil of the [BRICS] is with the support of the other members of the [BRICS] exerts its power within your sole ownership territorial claim. China has called for the resumption of multilateral negotiations and dialogue of [6] Six party talks to resolve the issues in the region which of course the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex has refused in favor of, harsh rhetoric, threats, and high-profile military Gun-Boat Diplomacy military exercises, which only serve to increase tension within the region which once again only profit the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex drum beats of war, providing reasons for increased military spending driving higher and higher it’s own [$14T] debt, which would you prefer Cuba or the [DPRK] as your neighbor, and how long would it take for a nuclear armed Cuba to hit major targets in your country?

[D&H]: The [ROK] Republic of Korea should just as the Empire of Japan be paying a Host Nation National Support Extortion Fee, for their occupation by forces of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex, for protection against the [DPRK] belligerent behavior, an unless such a fee is fort coming then why should we protect them, they are yet another Asia country making Billions of [USD] yearly from one-sided trade agreements, and should be paying for protection provided by the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex.

[HU]: Your own Dr. Ron Paul has stated to Russia Today that in fact the occupation forces of American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex should have been removed from the Korean Peninsula decades ago and that the two parties would have resolved their problems without the interference by the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex long ago. But it is again to the benefit of the Military Industrial Complex to keep the pot boiling Korea is their [Trip-Wire], Okinawa which does pay a Host Nation National Support Extortion Fee, for it’s unwanted forced occupation and use as a depot for illegal nuclear weapons of the unwanted occupation forces, serves as your [Foothold Far-East], an occupation that even Rep. Barney Franks of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex has stated needs to end, not to mention your [Lynch-Pin] illegal support of the Nationalist Chinese Island of Taiwan, territory of the [PDRC].

[To be continued]

The list is long on the continued interference by the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex into the [BRICS] Global Spheres of Influence, and in particular the [C] of the [BRICS] the discussion is long and needs to be addressed, and the interference stopped.

HERCULE TRIATHLON SAVINIEN


Hercule_Savinien
Comment posted January 12, 2011 @ 11:10 pm

THRUMP & HILLARY OPERATION BARBAROSSA/Red Hair- Look Hu’s coming to dinner part two!

[Look Hu’s coming to dinner]

To once again reiterate, now it seems as if both future Presidential Candidate’s, to the Oval Office of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex [SOS] Secretary of State Hillary Diane Rodham-Clinton and Donald Thrump, are in different parties politically but share common views when it comes to their views on the [BRICS] Brazil, The Russian Federation, India, [PDRC] the Peoples Democratic Republic of China and The Republic of South Africa, [Spheres of Influence] of the [21st] Century and that is NEGATIVE one. Both appear to be on board and support a [Operation Barbarossa/Operation Red Hair] offensive against in particular the [C] of the [BRICS] the [PDRC]. As the President of the [CCP] Chinese Communist Party Hu Jintao having a state dinner in the White House on Jan. 18th, for a [4] day state visit, and the [PDRC] Peoples Democratic Republic of China expect nothing less than Red Carpet Treatment, with all the [i’s] dotted and [t’s] crossed with ALL formalities met thus showing the importance not only of the occasion but of the nation of which President Hu Jintao is the chief representative, where as in Donald’s and Hillary’s point of view it is one of those dinner invitations that should and would be cancelled if either Donald or Hillary had a say in things, with both unapologetically bashing China, if Donald or Hillary had their way the poor guy would need a food tester to try his plate before he ate it, and sitting across from either would be like looking into the face of a ravenous wolf ugly, sulky, ill-appeased, and one never dances or sits down to the table with a hungry werewolf you may be on the dance card as the main menu. Being a fly on the wall of this State Dinner would be like being on inside of a walk in freezer, high expectations with little results assured.

[Donald’s & Hillary’s Core National Interests]

[D&H] Donald & Hillary: On July 23rd, 2010, while on a mission to Hanoi, Vietnam, the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex, [SOS] Secretary of State Hillary Diane Rodham-Clinton, began Saber Rattling toward the [PDRC] concerning the South China Sea by [WARNING] the [PDRC], the Military Industrial Complex has [National Interests] in the South China Sea. Hillary warned that islands in the South China Sea, fall within the scope of the US-Japan security treaty. Hillary seems to think that her position shows that she is standing with an old friend and key ally the Empire of Japan, which represents a complete turn around from the past traditional neutrality policy which had been the norm, placing on the table her one sided multilateral settlement terms to any and all competing territorial disputes.

[HU]: President Hu Jintao, and the [PDRC], will reject in total that the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex has any such right to its claim of sole and sovereign [National Interests] in any regional disputes within the [Sphere of Influence] of the [PDRC] a member of the [BRICS] Brazil, The Russian Federation, India, China, and the Union of South Africa, [Global Spheres Influence], that the territorial regions by their very location and name [THE SOUTH CHINA SEA], are the Core National Interests of the [PDRC], and for millenniums, successive Chinese governments have claimed the South China Sea as part of Chinese territory. That not until the end of the [19th] Century during the [1st] Sino-Japanese War of [1895], when the Empire of Japan militarily took control of various historically Chinese island territory, which has been documented by Ma Ying-jeou, a Nationalist Taiwan breakaway providence leader, and author of a definitive study on South China Sea International Status [Ownership] wrote that these inlands to include the Diaoyu Islands among others were in fact Chinese Territory. And even the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex Illegally supported Chiang Kai-shek’s Nationalist Chinese Taiwan government as far back as the [1930’-40’s] published a map with a dotted U-shaped line showing that even the puppet government of the West agreed that China had domain over the area’s in question. That the Military Industrial Complex is being hypocritical by making any such claim of its [National Interests] in the regions of the South China Sea, as the [PDRC] could in no way make any such claim upon the territorial interests of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex within the Caribbean Sea, which it treats as its own, and both may be International waters but only in writing and not in fact.

[D&H]: Support the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex continued sale of advanced arms to the Nationalist Chinese Taiwan Separatists and argues that such sales promote stability and are required by the laws of the Military Industrial ComplexTaiwan [Nationalist China] with the Empire constantly being unwilling to abandon its sale of arms to Taiwan, and tries to impede the peaceful re-unification of the break away province with mainland China, going as far as having Taiwan working with Raytheon, since [2007], to construct its own [PAC 3] anti-ballistic missile system. But, increasingly China has exerted itself as the Sphere of Influence within is area stopping the sale of advance arms to the break away province, and has as a main goal of China’s military build-up is to have sufficient forces on hand in the event of war across the Taiwan Strait, if necessary, if the province continues it’s claim of secession, in the new reality of the ending of the American-Israeli Empire. But, the Empire and its Imperial Media Messiah President have announced a total sales package of [€4.5B/$6.3B] Four-Point-Five-Billion Euros/Six-Point-Three-Billion-Dollars, in military support to the National Chinese consisting of a [€2.2B/$3.1B] Two-Point-Billion-Euros/Three-Point-One-Billion-Dollars, package of [60] Sixty, Blackhawk [UH-60M], Helicopters, and [€2.9B/$4.1B] Two-Point-Nine-Billion-Euros/Four-Point-One-Billion-Dollars, worth of [114] One-Hundred-fourteen, [PAC-3] Patriot anti-missile systems, [12] Twelve Harpoon anti-ship missiles, [2] mine-sweeping ships and communications and surveillance equipment to the Rebel Nationalist Chinese hold up on Taiwan.

[HU]: Will Counter that the sale of arms by the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex violate the terms of the [1982] Sino-US Joint Communiqué, and in no way promote the cause of peace but have in fact embolden the Nationalist Chinese Separatists endangering the good news story of increased close relationship of cross-Straits ties, with the real possibility of a Hong-Kong peaceful reunification of that breakaway Chinese province, with mainland China.

[China must draw a hard-line]

Now, Zhang Wei, a former Chairman of the Committee of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of the Tianjing Municipal Government, and former lecturer in the Chinese Economy at Cambridge University, and is currently a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC., has written and we quote; History shows that a rising military power will inevitably clash with an existing military power if they do not have regular, effective dialogue. In that case, China’s claim to a peaceful rise would ring hollow. China, the Asia-Pacific region, and the world would suffer greatly as a result, unquote. And we agree to a point, its not China’s claim to a peaceful rise that would ring hollow, but the claim of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex which represents itself as the Worlds Super-Power of never ending Democratic Sovereign Status Leadership, when in fact it is nothing more than a Military-Industrial Complex bent on World Domination, thru claims of National Interests upon territories of [Spheres of Influence] which have existed for millenniums, and the nations of the [BRICS] must seek [WMD’s] Weapons of Mass Destruction, of equal power parity, to ensure their Regional Sovereign Territorial Rights, against the power grab of the American-Israeli Military Industrial Complex, they must draw a hard line.

HERCULE TRIATHLON SAVINIEN


Laura in Indiana
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 2:13 am

Dear Mr. Trump, If you have access to these comments I hope you will read mine! PLEASE PLEASE run for President. I believe we need someone who can return some respect to the USA. Our family is so sick of the limp impression we portray to any country outside our borders. We need someone who can make decisions without having to please every special interest in their ear. We need someone who can assemble (and have a high standard of selectivity) persons around him that produce winning results. Not individuals who are using their positions for book deals and other steps in their career down the road. (unfortunately this describes much of congress) We need someone who can be fair minded…at the very least…with USA agreements and contracts. We need someone who can restore the dignity of the USA and not be afraid to say “your fired” to those who do not prioritize upholding the US Constitution. Please run! You will run things right! Good Luck to you, Sir!


Bob
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 3:07 am

b ut im sure he bought and sold crack doesnt that count


trumpisadouche
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 2:54 pm

I’m sure Heather has more class than to be with that douche.


trumpisadouche
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 2:54 pm

I’m sure Heather has more class than to be with that douche.


xrunner2006
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 3:07 pm

You said it!!!!


xrunner2006
Comment posted January 13, 2011 @ 3:30 pm

This is the way i say it!, I’m not racist at all but if you watched the trump video ABC type in Donald trump for president click on the ABC one, he said that the china laughs at us, this is what I’m talking about just like the black people of America and if your white and tried to get on welfare but always had trouble geting it!, but the blacks Mexicans NO problem at all, the blacks where slaves from us and we took the land from the Mexicans and dropped the bomb on china these things if you really think make sense, it looked like we owe them something and we are chicken to say no, like i said I’m not racist at all but look at the picture please


Packeryman
Comment posted January 14, 2011 @ 12:12 am

Trump knew our invasion and Occupation of Iraq would be a disaster. He stated when we did it, the balance of power would be up set and when we did leave Iran would take over from the Sunni’s. Exactly what will happen. As far as Cuba is concerned we should totally open up trade and travel with them.Trump is the only individual in the Republican party that can beat Obama.His stand on foreign war campaigns, fair trade (Not free trade), offering tax incentives to bring home corporations, a 25% tariff on all China goods, the man has business interest all over the world. He is a tough negotiator, he has dealt with unions all his life and knows how to deal with them , not hate them. He knows how to crank up this economy. He also is a man with a social conscience, not a greedy individual like far right wing nuts. Palin, Bachmann, Huckbee, Pwenty, Gingrich may be liked by the right of the party but are not electable. Romney has the skills to run the country but the far right fundamentalist of the party wont have him (Mormon).


Johnjjohnson
Comment posted January 14, 2011 @ 6:10 am

we didnt drop a bomb on china…


Kelly
Comment posted January 14, 2011 @ 2:58 pm

I first scoffed at the idea of Mr Trump for president. But after listening to only a few words he had to say on the matter, I want to hear more. He sounds like he really could know what he is talking about.


Danny42968
Comment posted January 14, 2011 @ 6:31 pm

He May have filed bankrupcy, But Hes run MORE SUCCESSFUL COMPANIES THAN OBAMA>> WHO HAS NEVER RUN AN ICE CREAM STAND!!!


Delta5drex
Comment posted January 14, 2011 @ 9:30 pm

To an for someone named Hercule_Savinien You have to much time on your hands and not enough brain cells that are stimulated into an ability to for anything but to create dribble!!!!!


Melvinkelller
Comment posted January 16, 2011 @ 10:19 am

When the rich get richer the poor get jobs


Anonymous
Comment posted January 17, 2011 @ 2:06 am

Can he be worse than Obozo? At least Trump is an American and respects the constitution. that bum Obozo won’t even put his hand over his heart or wear a flag on his lapel.

AN Trump isn’t a liar like Obozo. He’d be ten times better than Obozo in the job. Go Trump, you got lots of support.


Adiemd
Comment posted January 17, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

….and the middle class picks up the tab


Kmyers1209
Comment posted January 17, 2011 @ 6:05 pm

Please tell me what postitve things that B. Obama has done since he has been in office…Raise the unemployment level? Put the country even farther in debt…that we may NEVER get out of…make a mockery of the UNITED STATES to how many different countries…may I kiss your hand please.

Come back to reality..he is ruining the country. Trump sounds like the only person that knows what to do to get our respect back that B. Obama has thrown away.


clyde bittner,jr.
Comment posted January 18, 2011 @ 6:14 pm

i’d vote for mr. trump. i would love to work to get votes for him.when can we start?


AZCOmom
Comment posted January 18, 2011 @ 10:46 pm

I listen to Mr. Trump when he’s on Cavuto and have admired him since I was in high school in the 80′s. He would be an excellent president, persuasive negotiator, and would restore our credibility in the world….oh, and yes, he would build back our economy and make us #1 in the world again.


Adrian
Comment posted January 19, 2011 @ 3:31 am

Personally, I would be for his presidency. He understands money and business. He understands the profit motive. Though he has many traits that I despise, they are far and away above the doom we will face going along this socialist/communist route we are on today.
He is racist, which means- he judges a man’s cognitive content by his blood. This was revealed on his take of a man’s business potential as proportionate to his father’s business success.
But this is merely immoral and does not enter into legalization. The Italians hated the Irish also but without a legalized sanction to violate the individual rights of the Irish, it never got to the Whites/Black-Slaves dungeons of immorality. Indeed, it only created heavy competition.
So though I am black myself, I would vote for racist Trump. It’s the least of my worries. I WANT a company to be able to not hire someone merely because he is Black or Chinese or Indian. I WANT someone retain the freedom to publicly say stuff that I despise. I WANT a man to be able to mis-treat his dog though I may want to kill him for it. I WANT to not be able to kill him.
I WANT to live. I WANT to be happy. I WANT to work hard for my happiness without mooching off of anyone (guilting anyone into giving me anything) or stealing from anyone.
I WANT to be left alone to enjoy my life and to ensure a fighting chance for my loved ones.
If it has to take a Donald Trump to do that, then so be it!


Adrian
Comment posted January 19, 2011 @ 3:37 am

Actually no, in a corrupt government. like the present one, if the rich get richer and the poor get jobs, some middle class stay put and some move ahead.
When the rich get poorer, everyone loses jobs.
In a just society, everyone moves ahead.


Smcconaghy
Comment posted January 19, 2011 @ 3:58 am

you confuse the shit out of me what say you again, please?


Vegasrenie
Comment posted January 19, 2011 @ 9:27 pm

And Obama is so honest. He’s never had to file bk … of course, he’s also never had to run a business.


RDR from PA
Comment posted January 20, 2011 @ 1:09 am

Donald Trump is totally correct! China is sending us down the DRAIN! We must put an inport tax in place to make a more level playing field! If we wait a few more years all of our manufacturing jobs will be gone! Plus our National Security for the United States is being given away! Just in a few more years the majority of our factories will be closed and leveled to the ground. Many of us like myself who worked in manufacturing all our lives will be out of the work force and we will not have anyone even trained to make many of the items we may need!


jobarb
Comment posted January 20, 2011 @ 12:20 pm

I believe that Donald Trump is the only one to bring us out of debt and make this country strong again!! I also believe him when he said if he becomes president the world will once again respect us!!


BubbaMich
Comment posted January 20, 2011 @ 11:17 pm

Here in Michigan we just elected a businessman from Ann Arbor as Governor. And for the first time in many, many years we here in Michigan have a glimmer of hope that the usual political crap will now be put behind the real business of jobs, jobs and jobs!

Trump can do this on a national level. His is a much needed voice, only a few like him are talking about what is really happening to this country! We are being sold out piece by piece by the globalist corporate types and their political stooges. We need to get some America First! types in office fast, and Trump today on CNN correctly identified how we as a country just continually drop our pants for the rest of the world like China to screw us over.

Obama has just decided to allow Mexican trucks into the U.S., something started under Bush that Obama promised to prevent when elected. Sellout! Coporate stooge Obama! Bush lite! Show us your birth certificate or get lost!

TRUMP IN 2012!!!


Omantree
Comment posted January 21, 2011 @ 7:58 am

Could it really be that simple? We gave away enough jobs and the sum total of our unemployment woes equals the number of jobs given away?
The other day I was in a Dollar Store and I picked up an item that actually said, “Made in USA”. I couldn’t believe it. What may be more unbelievable is, I BOUGHT IT!! Hey, you can too. What comes around goes around.


sickoftheabuse
Comment posted January 23, 2011 @ 9:20 pm

As a business woman myself, Mr Trump has my vote. I hope he controls the US GOVERMENT and the abussive un enthical pratices the State Government has against small business owners.


Backon Track
Comment posted January 24, 2011 @ 3:38 am

I think I could get used to his hairdo! We would also have a drop dead gorgeous 1st lady. The USA is in trouble financially so let’s get someone with the knowledge of finances in the office that will pull us out of this economic nosedive. It would be so refreshing to have someone who is a good speaker and will tell it like it is. I really feel like he is savvy enough to know how to conquer our financial problems and get this country back towards stablity and out of debt!


Vshash
Comment posted January 25, 2011 @ 5:18 pm

i would certainly vote for Donald Trump for president. My parents heard his
replies on radio show and were very impressed with him. I 100% believe he
could run and win. He has been able to over see empire his business knowledge only would be asset to United States. We need chang and Donald
would be the answer. After being unemployed more then a year and not able to find job he could be answer to all our prays.


Laura
Comment posted January 26, 2011 @ 8:14 pm

I believe he can do the job.


estebelle
Comment posted January 27, 2011 @ 5:03 am

My husband, mother, and several friends are all on board after I mentioned that he was on Wolf Blitzer discussing a possible run. We are THERE! We need him and his ideas. Go Donald!


Butterball714
Comment posted January 27, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

Donald has my vote! I do hope he will run. I like his no nonsense approach to business. He demands and gets respect—also deserves it. Very intelligent man.


Mike201908
Comment posted January 27, 2011 @ 6:22 pm

nmman
He would get my vote if he ran.


Loriduke
Comment posted January 27, 2011 @ 7:49 pm

Yes our vote as well , here in CT. Could you amagine if he could go there and say YOUR FIRED to all those money grubbing, spending fanatics up there on the hill.
Seriously, I think he has a lot to offer us here in the USA.


Jimmm83838
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 6:01 am

i just seen him on jimmy fallon and he said a quick little speech about this. he seriously has my vote with the way he presented himself right there. this man can make america stronger than its ever been. were being walked on as a country right now and he could stop this. i love it


Anonymous
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 3:52 pm

Oh well we all have regrets in life. I used to be a registered democrat and that is one of my biggest regrets. He will run as a Republican…


Anonymous
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 3:53 pm

LMAO… we have a corrupt community organizer sitting in the WH who really needs to step down.


Anonymous
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 3:55 pm

we’ll leave the name-calling for the libs.. they invented it.


HPAPPY96
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 8:39 pm

Type your comment here’”A TABLOID PRESIDENT”??? OBAMA HAS BEEN ON THE COVER OF TIME MAGAZINE OVER 20 TIMES NO WONDER I DON’T TAKE TIME FOR “TIME” I WOULD VOTE FOR TRUMP IN A HEART BEAT DEMOCRATIC OR REPUBLICAN TICKET EVEN THOUGH I WOULD PREFER HIM TO BE ON THE REPUB TICKET B ( I AM A REGISTERED DEMO BUT FIND THAT THE DEMO’S ARE NOT ANYTHING LIKE THE PARTY THEY USED TO BE)

IF YOU HAVE ANY COMMON SENSE, CAN’T YOU SEE THE DIRE STRAITS OUR COUNTRY IS IN WE NEED HELP BIG TIME AND I CAN SEE TRUMP BEING AN ON THE JOB PRESIDENT (NOT BEING MANIPULATED BY SOMEONE PULLING STRINGS IN THE BACKGROUND ANDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD OBAMA SHOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN ELECTED HE HAD ABSOLUTELY NO QUALIFICATIONS AND DOES NOT HAVE A CLUE WHAT IS GOING ON NO, I’M NOT A RACIST BECAUSE I WOULD HAVE VOTED FOR COLIN POWELL OR CONDIE BESIDES, THAT STATEMENT IS GETTING OLD

I COULD SEE TRUMP HAVING A CABINET THAT ARE WELL VERSED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE ROLES THE CABINET OBAMA HAS IS BASED ON HIS OWN FRIENDS NOT PEOPLE HAVING QUALIFYING FACTORS


HPAPPY96
Comment posted January 28, 2011 @ 9:03 pm

SO TRUMP FILED BANKRUPTCY THE POLITICIANS WE HAVE IN NOW, ALSO HAVE BAGGAGE OR ETHICAL PROBLEMS GEITHER, RANGEL, DOBBS TO NAME A FEW


Mjd
Comment posted January 29, 2011 @ 1:04 am

He has got a big ego he should stick with real estate spend some money on a wig. If he did become president hopefully not he probably will want to put his name in gold on the white house he is an asshole


Danzzing
Comment posted January 29, 2011 @ 7:36 pm

Interesting but are you aware how many former democratic, now Republican are in office.


Mike201908
Comment posted January 30, 2011 @ 12:43 am

At least Trump would not try to make friends with every too bit dectator in the world.


wake up america
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:32 am

Perhaps, you are sore because you will have to stop receiving welfare?


wake up usa
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:34 am

Every day Jimmy Carter wakes up, he says to himself, “Thanks Goodness,” I am now the second most foolish President in the history of the USA. Both are probably wonderful people, but foolish when it comes to world affairs and running an economy.


wake up usa
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:39 am

I will be happy to vote for a Donald Trump and Herman Cain ticket in 2012. both have run businesses, employed people and do not put up with tom-foolerly.


wake up usa
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:39 am

I will be happy to vote for a Donald Trump and Herman Cain ticket in 2012. both have run businesses, employed people and do not put up with tom-foolerly.


Treydgg
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:39 am

You have my vote trump


Treydgg
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:39 am

You have my vote trump


wake up usa
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:40 am

The Donald will not put up with the elected internationalists in congress and their lobbyists.


wake up usa
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 3:40 am

The Donald will not put up with the elected internationalists in congress and their lobbyists.


bonjour
Comment posted January 31, 2011 @ 4:14 pm

i can imagine a country that can spell. and know the correct form of YOU’RE!!


ObaMao
Comment posted February 1, 2011 @ 2:19 am

I’d vote for him, he’ll tell OPEC an China who’s in charge.


down to earth
Comment posted February 1, 2011 @ 2:20 pm

D T is the right guy for the job. Calls a spade a spade. Intelligent and has business sense. Speaks his mind and to hell with the rest. He has traveled the world so will not use the office of precidency and our dollars to go on flights around the world. He has my vote.


Dmpuck
Comment posted February 1, 2011 @ 7:10 pm

trump is the man. he would make a great pres, he is no nonsense, he is pro american, and will put an end to buying foreign!!!


Ebrenning
Comment posted February 1, 2011 @ 11:53 pm

Agree. Trump would be good for America.


Ebrenning
Comment posted February 1, 2011 @ 11:54 pm

He may be an ass, but he would be good for this country. Mr. Obama.


Chas
Comment posted February 2, 2011 @ 12:53 am

I’ve known DT and his family (somewhat closely in the early years) and worked in the same industry (real estate) for as long. What he is now is a mature version of a creative young visionary with extraodinary confidence. Not everything he has said, nor everything he will say, reflects a studied political expertise, but then we have seen that while a political patina is a valuable asset when getting elected, it does nothing to help an individual govern. We need more candor, more clarity and less BS in Washington, and Donald Trump is someone who can give us this, along with a strong tendency to respect our Constitution and laws, and a clear vision for an America as leader.


Jes58
Comment posted February 2, 2011 @ 3:31 am

Don’t be ridiculous with your stupid comments. We need a conservative, a believer in America and one who respects our Constitution.


Grandmastermicochero
Comment posted February 2, 2011 @ 8:23 am

Trump would be a great Republican nominee and a good president with the balls to speak and do what is best for American. We need someone strong in the White House that can shake the tree! I think if there is anyone that can understand how to get us out of debt with the Chinese, create jobs in the USA, Trump is the man As far as someone mentioned in a survey, if his tv time would hurt him?? How quickly we have forgotten Ronald Reagan… Remeber they said the same thing about him? Donald isnt really a movie star, just having some fun with the show Apprentice. I dont think he is doing it for the money. !!! Go Trump Go!!! You got my vote!


Beentherebefore2000
Comment posted February 3, 2011 @ 12:59 am

If you can’t even spell dictator, then perhaps you should stay quiet.


Jabba
Comment posted February 3, 2011 @ 3:50 am

Why would you want him to be president? Its capitolism at its worst.

He would help pass laws that would benifit himself. Maybe give the rich a even BIGGER tax cut? It’s ridiculous to think he “cares” about the people of this country. If he becomes president we’re all “fired”


POTTERTILL_R
Comment posted February 3, 2011 @ 5:51 pm

AT LEAST YOU KNOW WHO HE IS!


Elunoojo
Comment posted February 3, 2011 @ 8:21 pm

Here we go with the class envy attacks, liberal dont undestand that we live in capitalistic country, in AMERICA you always have poor, rich and super rich that is the beauty of capitalism that if you work hard you can become rich.
In the soviet union every one was equal, but since the government couldn’t make everyone rich it made everybody equally poor.


Elunoojo
Comment posted February 3, 2011 @ 8:28 pm

attact his facts NOT his spelling, silly me what do I expect from a democrat liberal.


Alexgignilliat
Comment posted February 4, 2011 @ 1:48 am

Attack, retard


Anonymous
Comment posted February 5, 2011 @ 11:41 am

He’s a real estate mogul: what better conquest than 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue


Tom Clayton
Comment posted February 6, 2011 @ 5:27 pm

Donald Trump as president would be the greatest thing to evcer happen to America. Its time we had a true leader in charge of this country. Not some senator from Chicago with no business experience.


Mr.Jones
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 4:10 am

Cutting taxes on the rich would be a great thing. These pinhead liberals do not seem to comprehend the fact that it is the rich that creates jobs. Cutting taxes does not mean a decrease in tax revenues. In fact vise versa would result of the situation. Taxes cut on the rich mean more capital spending on big business and more jobs!


Thesoundesign
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 5:46 am

Pwnd


Chieffan1332
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 4:48 pm

Seriously, is that the best you can come up with? Don’t you have an opinion, or are you just able to cut people down? If you have nothing to say on the subject, keep to yourself! My god, don’t you liberals have enough to worry about with the disappointment of electing an unqualified President? Trump would be a great choice for our country. If he doesn’t run, then the ones who do need to listen to what he’s saying and adopt his mindset towards what this country needs in the form of a real President.


luvit
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 8:40 pm

First, he alone cannot pass any law to benefit him. Capitolism is what makes this country great. Don’t like it, then move.
With his financial background maybe he could get out economy back where it should be after this current socialistic president sunk us more into a deeper hole. I’ve heard him talk about it and I think he’s just what this country needs. Get rid of politics as usual and get down to serious business. He can’t be bought. Maybe you’re worried about your stimulus checks being cut off.


luvit
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 8:43 pm

“two bit dictator”


4woods
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 8:54 pm

You’ll have to elaborate on him being racist more than your one liner. From what I’ve seen and heard from this man I don’t believe it one bit.


4woods
Comment posted February 7, 2011 @ 9:01 pm

That would mean even if business owners make more money they are hiring people, giving them jobs. So if they have the money to do so and take risks operating businesses they should be able to gain wealth. It’s good for everyone.
And what makes this person below your comment say the middle class will pay for it. What’s wrong with more jobs even if those employers gain as well.


nightman685
Comment posted February 8, 2011 @ 12:27 am

i think that presidential candidates should have some political experiance rather than being a president for just being famous


HPAPPY96
Comment posted February 8, 2011 @ 3:02 am

what do you consider having some political experience???? being a “community” organizer like obama??? half of the politicians don’t even know the constitution. you do need common sense which is something you either have or do not. you can learn political issues, but you cannot learn common sense trump definitely has common sense. also common sense would help you to select a a good cabinet instead of having friends or unqualified people as we have now


Whatever
Comment posted February 8, 2011 @ 8:53 pm

America my home the land that I love please bring rightesness home again, Please Fire those who would stand in the way of Freedom, Silence those who would Empty the coufers. Bring justice to those who kneel at your alter. May the Lord himself anoint Donald Trump To bring back sanity in an otherwise Insanely Progressive stalemate.

GOD BLESS MY HOME AMERICA!!!


M2dito
Comment posted February 10, 2011 @ 2:42 pm

he is a business man. this country should be run as a business. our current senators, congressmen, presidents, spend billions of our money on useless programs, support to other countries, etc. vote for trump!


SHARNAKAY1
Comment posted February 10, 2011 @ 3:11 pm

u people just cant stand to see a BLACK man in the WHITE house thats all when will racism END?.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 10, 2011 @ 6:45 pm

Ref5rshing What Donald Trump Says About China
I saw on the news that the liberal Harry Reid and the conservative John Boehner refused to attend the state dinner for the Chinese president. The reason given by Harry Reid is that the Chinese president is a “dictator”! The reason given by Boehner is that communist China “practices abortion”! I don’t think that the average American cares really about either of these issues, it shows how out of touch of reality many if not the majority of our representatives are! Why don’t any of them have the courage to say they will not attend the dinner because of the unfair trade practices, disregard of intellectual rights and the aggressive economic policy pursues against the US which causes economic distress here. Is it perhaps they don’t really care about the economic stress of the average American or they fear a reaction from their corporate friends and lobbyists who contribute to them? Probably both reasons. Few of them can be rated as courageous or honorable. Personally I don’t care if the Chinese government tortures or imprisons their own people or if they practice state funded abortion. These issues do not effect U.S. interests. Only a whining liberal or a hypocritical conservative would concern themselves with either. Of course most U.S. corporations are quite happy with our current economic status with China, such as General Motors whose sale of cars in China has substantially increased recently. Of course the cars are made in China but the stockholders are happy! As if that benefits the U.S. worker! But so what, as long as the stockholders are happy and the super capitalists in China are happy and our stupid congressmen and the our top sycophantic bureaucrats government officials are happy! So called economic wizards and shallow minded politicians keep on saying that we need them as they need us. No, we don’t need them at all! What can they produce that cannot be produced in the United States or Europe? True at a higher cost but the lovers of cheap labor can find that in India or other parts of Asia or Latin America. Practically everything they produce is either junk or toxic. It is said that they are purchasers of our products. Yes, but in what ratio of their purchases to ours? The major point being made is that they hold our debt. But as Donald Trump has said on a recent TV interview, we can bring them to their knees within three years by imposing a 25 per cent tax on all their goods imported here. Besides what if we just refuse to acknowledge the debt? As astounding as this may seem it would not be the first time this has happened in history. They have no important natural resources that we need, it’s better to keep on good terms with Africa and Latin America for reasons of natural resources such as minerals. No, the only natural resource they have is cheap labor.
It’s time for the American people to force our political reps. and government officials to stand up to this grasping, unattractive, culturally shallow, economically aggressive people regardless of corporate interests.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:34 am

And please, Lord, let this be sarcasism.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:50 am

The Bush administration proved that untrue. 4.8 million jobs created under Bush; 23 million under Clinton. Decrease in tax revenue–you must be joking.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:52 am

If only he could keep his hair glued to his head.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:53 am

Or at least the top 0.01 percent.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:53 am

Or at least the top 0.01 percent.


Akindependent
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:54 am

Yep–they are! That’s where his buddies ship our jobs! Go Don!


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:55 am

Because we don’t have enough asses in govt already.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:59 am

Right, because diplomacy means you don’t talk to other countries. Easier to just send your nation’s kids over in tanks. Diplomacy doesn’t give you the same immediate gratification, and it doesn’t let you feel like a big swingin’ d**k.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 5:01 am

You’re referring to Bush, right? WMD Bush? The one who sent so many of our kids to death over phantom nuclear weapons?


Michellepurdy
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 5:01 am

Donald Trump for president. This country should be run as a business. Not a welfare state. Enough said.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 5:02 am

Riiiiight. Trump’s for the workin’ guy…


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 5:04 am

Ask him where the faucets, flooring, tile, carpet, etc. in his buildings comes from. If it’s all made in America, you might have an argument.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 5:07 am

If you think the President is a socialist, you don’t understand socialism.


hallie
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 12:44 pm

Oh what a pathetic and sad bunch you all are. You don’t know what the job of the president is. DT FOR PRESIDENT? LMAO


hallie
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 12:58 pm

DT’s soloution to our problem? File bankrupt

Financial problems (1989–1997)
By 1989, the effects of recession left Trump unable to meet loan payments. Trump financed the construction of his third casino, the $1 billion Taj Mahal, primarily with high-interest junk bonds. Although he shored up his businesses with additional loans and postponed interest payments, by 1991 increasing debt brought Trump to business bankruptcy[6] and the brink of personal bankruptcy. Banks and bond holders had lost hundreds of millions of dollars, but opted to restructure his debt to avoid the risk of losing more money in court. The Taj Mahal re-emerged from bankruptcy on October 5, 1991, with Trump ceding 50 % ownership in the casino to the original bondholders in exchange for lowered interest rates on the debt and more time to pay it off.[18]
On November 2, 1992, the Trump Plaza Hotel was forced to file a prepackaged Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection plan after being unable to make its debt payments. Under the plan, Trump agreed to give up a 49 % stake in the luxury hotel to Citibank and five other lenders. In return Trump would receive more favorable terms on the remaining $550+ million owed to the lenders and retain his position as chief executive, though he would not be paid and would not have a role in day-to-day operations.[19]
By 1994, Trump had eliminated a large portion of his $900 million personal debt[20] and reduced significantly his nearly $3.5 billion in business debt. While he was forced to relinquish the Trump Shuttle (which he had bought in 1989), he managed to retain Trump Tower in New York City and control of his three casinos in Atlantic City. Chase Manhattan Bank, which lent Trump the money to buy the West Side yards, his biggest Manhattan parcel, forced the sale of a parcel to Asian developers. According to former members of the Trump Organization, Trump did not retain any ownership of the site’s real estate – the owners merely promised to give him about 30 percent of the profits once the site was completely developed or sold. Until that time, the owners wanted to keep Trump on to do what he did best: build things. They gave him a modest construction fee and a management fee to oversee the development. The new owners also allowed him to put his name on the buildings that eventually rose on the yards because his well-known moniker allowed them to charge a premium for their condos

2008 financial crisis
Trump has been caught in the 2008 financial crisis as sales for his Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago have been lagging and he failed to pay a $40m loan to Deutsche Bank in December.[27] Arguing that the crisis is an Act of God, he evoked a clause in the contract to not pay the loan and initiated a countersuit asserting his image has been damaged.[27] Deutsche Bank has in turn noted in court that ‘Trump is no stranger to overdue debt’ and that he has twice previously filed for bankruptcy with respect to his casino operations.[27]
On February 17, 2009 Trump Entertainment Resorts filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Mr Trump having stated on February 13 that he would resign from the board.[28] Trump Entertainment Resorts has three properties in Atlantic City
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Trump


dawn 91
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 1:06 pm

Are you serious?? The race card, did we get fed up with Bush because he was white? It took the white vote to put Obama in the white house, and believe it or not that day was celebrated by the white communitys as a victory for this country that the race line was finally broken through. The rest of it is up to the man Obama, and he is not doing well.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 1:27 pm

Donald Trump will never get elected. Sorry. But he’ll never get elected. He starts off by alienating the most motivated Republican activists out there, who will never, ever vote for him now. Not only that they’ll have his economic history exposed and shredded to ribbons. He’ll be a laughingstock.

And who will Trump alientate next? McCain shot his goose by insulting voters. So did Huckabee. Trump is toast.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 1:33 pm

Sorry, but writing laws to benefit themselves is what politicians do best. How old are you…?


Trvallier
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 1:37 pm

your hired, go for it you will win. you have my vote.


Trvallier
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 1:37 pm

your hired, go for it you will win. you have my vote.


Joshuapaulharvey
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 2:02 pm

Six Million lost under Obama, what is your point?


Joshua
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 2:07 pm

I get so sick of poor minded people saying we should raise the taxes on the rich. Let’s be honest that always comes back to envy! If you choose to work for someone. You more then likely are choosing to be middle class. If you don’t like that idea. Then start your own business! The super rich work their own plan not someone else’s.


Joshua
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 2:12 pm

Wow could you imagine if Donald Trump would join forces with Sarah Palin as vice president. That would be a tough duo to beat.


Roarealitydrunner1717
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 2:23 pm

Pathetic your a typical low life who has to drag race into everything. if it were not for the whites obamma would not have been elected and now those of us who voted him in see his destruction of America and want him gone the only response from idiots like you is racism. P.S wasn’t it obama that went to the racist church for years.


Proud of AMERICA
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 3:03 pm

Is there a Middle Class anymore????


PROUD AMERICAN
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 3:23 pm

U people??? We are PROUD AMERICANS!
And by the way. WHITE people voted for him too!
Yes the President is BLACK. His mother was WHITE and his father was Black. To call people who do not agree with you RACIST. Pathetic!


Judy
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

Chapter 11 is a legal remedy, not a crime. Politicians are poor stewards of our tax money… America is bankrupt at 14 trillion in debt! At least, Donald Trump is familiar with successfully resolving deficit and/or bankrupt situations.

I doubt that Mr. Trump liked being in those situations, but many businesses have had to resort to the Chapter 11 remedy. Remember that they don’t get the “Too Big To Fail” Wall Street Bail Outs”.

I believe that his motive for running, if he does, is definitely NOT for fame and fortune. He will be sacrificing the good life that he enjoys to run for President. He’s a problem solver, not a political crony.

Because he’s put a lot of thought into finding solutions for us, He obviously dislikes the way Americans are so disrespected and ripped off by foreign countries, big banks and crony, corrupt politicians. And he’s brazenly honest enough to say so. He’ll tax OPEC and China, not us.

It goes to motive. Donald Trump will be making a huge sacrifice to leave his comfort zone to help us. Please be our next president, Mr. Trump, “We The People” desperately need your loyalty and skills.


Lgw2145
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 6:42 pm

I think it is time for the country to be run by a business man not a politician. Donald has had to file bankruptcy on companies before to get them running smoothly again, the Federal Government is also bankrupt, they just don’t have to declare it, yet. We need someone who will stand up to the other nations instead of bowing down to them…when I see that with our President it kind of makes me think where some of his campaign funds may have come from.
LeRoy G Wells


Lgw2145
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 6:43 pm

And yes…I wouldn’t mind seeing Sarah Palin giving the State of the Union message in a bikini.


Lgw2145
Comment posted February 11, 2011 @ 6:43 pm

And yes…I wouldn’t mind seeing Sarah Palin giving the State of the Union message in a bikini.


Holly
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 12:12 am

Sarah Palin’s a joke


Dork
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 2:39 am

I’m not a Palin hater, but there is no way Trump would pick Palin as a running mate.


Chris
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 2:59 am

How so, Holly? Please be specific.


ROAMING PATRIOT
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:41 am

i dont give a @&$# if hes green………..hes spending our country into slavery to china……..oh and lets not forget his spineless approach to hu juntao, and his current “spending level freeze” includes the hundres od billions of stimulus money which was an udder fail…….if that ends up being the case do you even comprehend that that alone will mean that BARAK HUSSEIN ODUMA$$ WOULD HAVE SPENT MORE MONEY THAN THE LAST 43 PRESIDENTS COMBINED!?!? and for what??? $600 signs on the interstate showing where our stimulus money went??? only to blow a tire in a pothole 40ft after the sign?….(i did) that cost $60 bucks to fix.. bottom line is liberals only defence for this moron is that his opponents are racist. cause they have no real argument or are mad that their entitlements might get taken away…………argument destroyed….


Treehugginguy
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:48 am

“May the Lord himsel anoint Donald Trump”??!!
To say such a thing is blasphemous and you actually add “bring back the sanity”. YOU need to bring back sanity and stop abusing religion. You need help. Go get it!


ROAMING PATRIOT
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:53 am

WE NEED A SELF MADE BUSINESSMAN LIKE TRUMP…….SURE, HES AN ASS WE ALL KNOW THAT…..BUT I DONT CARE WHAT HIS PERSONALITY IS……..WHEN HE SAYS HELL BALANCE THE BUDGET, AND THE WORLD WILL RESPECT AMERICA AGAIN, YOU CAN TAKE IT TO THE BANK…..THE MAN DOES WHAT HE SAYS HES GONNA DO THATS THE BOTTOM LINE, OH AND FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT BRING UP BANKRUPTCIES……..IT SHOWS THAT HE KNOWS WHAT HES DOING….HE DIDNT GO CRYING TO THE GOVT FOR A HANDOUT OF MY MONEY…..HE FIXED THE PROBLEM HIMSELF………..HE IS PRO AMERICAN ALL THE WAY…..DID ANY OF YOU KNOW THAT THIS LAST HOTEL HE BUILT HE REFUSED THE DESIGNES OF A “FAMOUS” INTERIOR DESIGNER PLAN CAUSE IT INCLUDED FURNITURE MADE IN CHINA??????? HE TOLD THEM THAT HE WANTS THE BEST FURNITURE THATS MADE IN BURLINGTON, NC……..HIS ORDER ALONE PREVENTED A LAYOFF……..HE KNOWS HOW THE MARKET WORKS AND HOW IT FLOURISHES IN THE ~~~~~ABSENCE~~~~~~ OF GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT………..DEFINATELY HAS MY VOTE IF RON PAUL DOESNT RUN.

I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.
- Thomas Jefferson


IndependentMinded
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 5:00 am

YES! A community organizer is working with the people, understanding from the street level what is really happening in this country. Working as a Community Organizer involves a HELL of alot more understanding of how to motivate the political system than most Congressman understand. That is why Obama moved up so quickly and how, despite the Stop-Obama-At-All-Cost GOP “party before country” antics of the GOP he still passed more landmark legislation than eight years of his predecessor. While I am an Independent and voted 50/50 for GOP and Dem this past election, I know YOU vote straight ticket and vote for, NOT the best man, but for your party.
That is why we had the likes of Bush and the government that led us into this mess.
Obama will go in the history books as one of the brightest minds and greatest Presidents in this country’s history.
Laugh now, but after his two terms, make your judgement then.


ROAMING PATRIOT
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 5:01 am

LEAVE IT TO A LIBTARD TO HAVE NOTHING TO ADD TO THE DEBATE OTHER THAN ATTACK ONES SPELLING…….

~~~LIBERALISM IS CONSTIPATION OF THE MIND~~~~~


IndependentMind
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 5:08 am

Trump is NO diplomat and the US would be in new wars as a result if Trump is elected. He is a hothead. Being a great businessman does not make the great President. You have to be more well rounded. Obama may not have the same business background, but he surrounded himself with great economists and business men. This is why Obama has created more jobs in 2 years than Bush did for his entire 8!
Remember who got us into this mess…businessman GW Bush (oil business, Texas Rangers, etc.).
It is not the occupation of the man, but the mind of the man (or woman).


Melaniemonika
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 11:41 am

You people are so dumb. We can’t have a president that is going to try to “stand up” to China and OPEC. Don’t you realize that Obama isn’t standing up to them because he’s afraid of what would happen if the Chinese president got angry and stopped importing goods to the U.S? And what do you think would happen if we pissed OPEC off? You’d wake one morning and gas prices would have sky rocketed. They control almost all of the world’s oil. What Obama is doing is in the best interest of our country. We don’t need a president who is going to ruin our alliance with China. God I’m 13 and even I know that electing Donald Trump would be a horrible move for the U.S.


Borderalert
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 2:54 pm

Donald Trump for President? It’s Republican candidates like this that got us Obama! http://borderalert.usbc.org/?p=2035


betelgese
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 3:20 pm

No, wrong 13 year old, grow up and then think again about this matter. You are somewhat right as concerns OPEC, but way off as concerns China. China is a nation run by verminous capitalists of the worst sort, and the U.S. does not need them. Please see my comment under “betelgese”.


Amdigiacomo
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 3:59 pm

yeah he created jobs alright, goverment ones!


SarahBecker
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:10 pm

he sure seems to know how to get himself out of binds, so why do you think that he could’n do the same for America.


Banglian Gao
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:22 pm

you are such a idot! You know nothing about how free trade works!


Jo Mineo
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 4:26 pm

Trump is against military occupation of other countries, he might be a hot head but only in business as he should be.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 6:34 pm

It’s not China’s fault that America keeps spending itself into oblivion.


Run, Donald, run
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

I am a Palin supporter but do not think she will beat Obama. She is in the best position at this point to further her cause and she would be wise to keep off the race so that another candidate more likely to beat Obama can run.


Chris1234
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

Obama did not surround himself with great economist and business men. The Obama staff is the worst of all time.


Chris1234
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 10:31 pm

Obama is the worst of all time and most likely a terroist.


Chris1234
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 10:33 pm

Yes Trump would be a great President and after the last two years we need a great president. The senator from Chicago cannot even produce a birth certificate.


Chris1234
Comment posted February 12, 2011 @ 10:35 pm

He is more of a Markist or Commie.


Miguel
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 12:43 am

When things don’t work, try something different, and i think Donald Trump will do it different it doesn’t matter the results but at least you will try something different, besides he is a man of success…!! failure is not acceptable for him, so in my personal opinion: He is the best option USA has for 2012


Chris1234
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 2:37 am

At least Trump loves America and will not appologize for America.


Chris1234
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 2:40 am

No Sarah is the real deal, smart and says things the way they are unlike some moron like You who has no real base for your comments.


Harvyk
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 5:33 am

Obama is a puss. What happens if we stand up to China? Lead based toys stop shipping to us, dangerous poisons in housing materials stop shipping to us, child labor is reduced in China due to lack of employment….the list goes on. Get a life. Trump dug himself out of $2,900,000,000. in debt. Obama can’t dig himself out of the toilet.


Jason
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 5:38 am

Stop your lying. Where are the jobs? Obama has destroyed the country with his socialist mentality and destruction of capitalism. Bush, Reagan and the Republicans pulled us out of the Democratic policies of destruction. Your clearly blindsided by successful people. Stop looking at a two year congressman with no experience as a success story just because he was slick enough to convince the low lifes of society to vote for him. Now his own party does not want him. Look at Congress…the Democrats are gone. Trump is successful and that’s more than all of your Democratic leaders combined can say.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 5:44 am

If China stops importing. That will hurt them big time. We need to get away from Chinas imports. If we go to war with China we don’t have people to make goods here in the USA. We have outsourced to much. The ability to manufacture here in the USA is alomost gone. We engineer everything that goes to Chine and they are benefiting from all this. China is building huge war ships. The greed of America will cause huge problems in the next twenty years. China is building their infrustructure with our money. Obama is just a figure with out powers as most presidents are. The wealthly corporations controlls the USA. The Ronald Reagean era is gone. Wake up we owe trillions of dllars to China. Glad to have a huge Ocean between us. Donald Trump will do nothing better than Arnold (AKA.Terminator) did for California.


Jtlv49
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 8:56 am

And you’re an expert at 13-years old! That’s the problem with country. We are so worried about pissing people off that we’ve lost all respect! We are too concerned about playing politics rather than doing what’s right! The so called leaders of this country have sold us out, keeping China employed while Americans continue to lose their jobs!


ToughenUp!
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 9:37 am

I Agree! Run it like a business and screw the Politics! Bring back our respect and start leading as a nation instead of following like a bunch of Sheep! We have everything we need in this country to be independent, so tax the hell out if China, increase our exports, tool up manufacturing plants in this country and let’s put our own people back to work instead of making all these other countries rich!
DT may be an ass, but so What! That’s what this country needs! No wealthy businessman became successful by being Mr. Nice guy! And for those of you that thing Oboma is all about doing things for the good of this country, be careful what you wish for. The more government involvement we have in this country, the weaker we become as a society. What we need is someone that can provide opportunity for Americans so they can prosper on their own. We don’t need more bailouts, givernment assisted programs, and handouts. This country is technically insolvent and a politician can’t fix it. Someone like Trump has the business mind to pull us out of this mess and be a big enough prick to change the way America does business!
I support him 100% and this country needs a strong leader, not another smooth talker who’s only adgenda is to play ball with the other politicians around the world!


Anonymous
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 4:59 pm

The Republican field is a mile wide and an inch deep.
America requires better.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 5:02 pm

We had our little MBA experiment with George W. Bush.
I prefer leaders versed in the Constitution, not the NYSE.


Capt.Sal
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 8:59 pm

Your right, he is more than socialist, he’s a radical, Muslim communist.


Capt.Sal
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 8:59 pm

Your right, he is more than socialist, he’s a radical, Muslim communist.


Capt.Sal
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 8:59 pm

Your right, he is more than socialist, he’s a radical, Muslim communist.


auspatriot
Comment posted February 13, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

Any successful business CEO, Board of Directors, or Company Officer, knows you need to look at the “Big Picture” to be a success. The USA is still in a power position globally, and can deal from a position of strength, not weakness. Donald Trump will negotiate from this position, and an era of American Exceptionalism will return.


mbur
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 1:57 am

I support your comment and agree, however, research more. Trump never filed bankruptcy. He was close, but didn’t have to do it. The banks decided, at the last minute, to cut him breaks that would allow him to stay in business. He did this, mainly, through marketing. The banks realized that if they took everything Trump but Trump wasn’t a part of it, it would fail He had self promoted himself so much that is was simply the name Trump that got the money rolling.


mbur
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 1:57 am

I support your comment and agree, however, research more. Trump never filed bankruptcy. He was close, but didn’t have to do it. The banks decided, at the last minute, to cut him breaks that would allow him to stay in business. He did this, mainly, through marketing. The banks realized that if they took everything Trump but Trump wasn’t a part of it, it would fail He had self promoted himself so much that is was simply the name Trump that got the money rolling.


mbur
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 2:03 am

Most anyone is opposed to military occupation. You are speaking about Trump being opposed to the war in Iraq. He isn’t opposed to using military to protect our soil and to striking first to protect our reputation, he just doesn’t see the math adding up to removing Sadam Hussein to stop terrorism when Sadam killed terrorists and didn’t allow them to come in to Iraq. He’s saying he’s confused how invading Iraq would be a good way to stop terrorism when all we did was allowed the doors of Iraq to open to terrorists.


mbur
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 2:09 am

His economic history? He built an empire worth millions and brought himself back from the brink of bankruptcy…and is one of very few that has prospered in the current economic climate. How could his economic history be his undoing..unless we hate making money?


sportcruiser
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 3:24 pm

Great response. Most people don’t realize that Chapter 11 is a means to stay in business, and does not relieve you of your financial obligations. It’s a shame draw conclusions based on a misunderstanding of the facts.


sportcruiser
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 3:34 pm

You must be kidding. If anyone won for being “famous”, it was Barack Obama. The Obama campaign spent $1B dollars. A campaign is a marketing campaign. In short, $1B was spent to make Obama famous. If you doubt me, consider Obama’s accomplishments… his resume. It’s blank. Donald Trump has been well-known for decades. If you only know Donald Trump from his TV shows, you haven’t done your homework.

In any event, if this country doesn’t elect a president that will lead us to a balanced budget, the impact to everyone’s economic future will be extreme. To put a finer point on it, one will not be able to afford products made in China or any other country.


will m.
Comment posted February 14, 2011 @ 9:01 pm

i come from a famliy of demicrats the last republican i voted for was ronny ragan. i think if i had a chocie dem’s or rep’s i would for trump and let him do his magic


Bluegrass
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 2:32 am

A president does not create any jobs unless for government employees and we have to many of those already.
I was also hoping Obama would reform more, but he was quickly cocooned by lobbyist. Washington is not anymore
about politicians, but about lobbyist. In this environment Trump would be good.

Yes, also it is controvers to increase the import taxes by 25%, but it is the only way that we can interest US companies
again in production of consumer goods. It will be though, and yes it fist let us sink deeper, but shortly after we would
see again the American economy virtually exploding.

Also China has a huge problem with their own people. They have more and more young people entering a job marked.
A job marked what creates by far less jobs then needed even with such extra strong growth they have been having.
A reduction in export will hit them hard as they will face strong frustrations in there society what may also turn violent.

No Trump is correct. We need to pull the emergency brake.


Mjburks
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 3:21 am

read some history on the man. he has ‘made’ money by bilking people out of their money by filing bankruptcy 3 times. he did not repay creditors and built that empire of millions by cheating creditors out of billions.he is as good as business person as Obama is.


jb
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 3:23 am

thats what you took away from that??? that he is a good cheat and got away with it??? I hope you are being sarcastic.


jeff
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 3:30 am

dumb response. shows both your ignorance. chapter 11 once maybe be part of business, not three times!! It did relieve him of his financial obligations, try reading next time. to think you would have such a confirmed loser run anything is unbelievable.


Anonymous
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 4:48 am

Yeah, lets just bow down to OPEC and China… LOL we do not have to depend on them, honestly. They depend on us. Besides we have the oil to run our country in Alaska so OPEC does not have a legit pos. of power.


Realtime_56
Comment posted February 15, 2011 @ 7:18 am

no .. it is George Bush that got us Obama


DDRFanatik
Comment posted February 16, 2011 @ 2:34 am

hey 13 year old: STFU


DDRFanatik
Comment posted February 16, 2011 @ 2:34 am

hey 13 year old: STFU


DDRFanatik
Comment posted February 16, 2011 @ 2:35 am

hey 13 year old: STFU
hey 13 year old: STFU
hey 13 year old: STFU
hey 13 year old: STFU


Nobama
Comment posted February 16, 2011 @ 2:38 am

Well lets see here china stops importing good we open factories and start making things for ourselves and lower unemployment sounds like a win.
And lets piss off OPEC we should be using our own oil and not supporting foreign economy. Trump is a winner and would be what we need a strong business mind that knows how to make things great


Nobama NoClinton
Comment posted February 16, 2011 @ 2:43 am

Oh your 13, Just be glad michael Jackson is dead. You needed to be 14 to be safe from him raping you.


Ege50
Comment posted February 17, 2011 @ 2:42 pm

Although I may not agree with him, even though he’s 13, he has a right to his own opinion. He sounds more intelligent than many of the people responding to him.


Michael
Comment posted February 19, 2011 @ 5:30 am

All who are talking badly about the 13 year old should be quiet. You must remember that he has a right and an opinion. Infact one day this will be effecting him and his family because of the choices we make now. Now… as far as my opinion goes i think that Obama is a good president with flaws. What the people need to understand is that everyone has a flaw nobody is perfect. I do agree with some of the things that Donald is saying. But i also disagree with some things as well. so as far as things go the people need to think about what is more important right now.


Tjsixtysix
Comment posted February 20, 2011 @ 11:04 pm

Hey guess what happens if china stops importing to us. the next item you buy at the store will cost almost twice as much. And war is the last thing we need


Tjsixtysix
Comment posted February 20, 2011 @ 11:11 pm

I agree we should move off OPEC but not in an immediate way. That would just bring about 5+ dollar gas for a year. We eventually need to move off oil because theres only so much in this world. And I prefer the price of Chinese products over US priced products. Create jobs through investment in technology and research in America. That is probably the only way we can compete with cheap chinese labor and lack of regulation


Miner
Comment posted February 21, 2011 @ 6:45 am

To rely on foreign imports is idiotic to begin with, to continue to rely on it is insane. If we stopped exporting jobs simply because its cheaper is even worse. If we became more independant for ours goods we could create more jobs in america and begin digging ourselves out of debt. To imply we should cower to china or the oil companies shows the ignoranve of young agr. You are entitled to your opinion, I just hope you learn a little more before forming one you actually want to stick with.

Vitriol.


Color blind
Comment posted February 21, 2011 @ 6:54 am

No in reality it was mostly the color of his skin that got us obama. Its unfortunate but true, it people too eager for the first black president that got us obama. Not that a black president is wrong, its just he was never that impressive.


TARwaFvsAFnaS
Comment posted February 21, 2011 @ 11:36 pm

Please realize that we have some of the absolute CHEAPEST gas in the world….I am in Brazil right now and gas is going for close to US$10 per gallon and the majority of the populace has a MUCH lower salary. We are on the brink of the next depression if we don’t act soon. Yes, we have plenty of technologies to promote that could be making America money but we need to cut the petroleum cord and market towards the crowd of people ready to drop fossil fuels (before people stop caring again just like after the ’79 oil scare)! I’m sorry its going to cost you more money but start viewing your spending habits as your own political voice. I don’t know about you but I would happily spend $10/gallon until that last drop is poured to ensure we get on a path to switch from fossil fuels being our primary energy source. This goes for your opinions on Chinese products too…for sweet Uncle Sam’s sake, please stop shopping at Wal-mart, I know you do!

3 things for Mel – America was founded on the act of standing up against those who tried to oppress and unfairly tax us, NEVER be afraid to stand up against something you know is wrong. Obama is not scared to stand up, he is just to busy lying down lustfully staring into the eyes of his lovebird lobbyists. Respect for being 13 and giving a hoot about politics, I sure never was.


ExSoldier
Comment posted February 22, 2011 @ 2:35 pm

Trump is a cutthroat business man and a complete ass. But I have faith in his ability to get our great nation up and running again. I think he will succesfully be able to cut the big government spending that is adding to our huge national debt. He is capable of making the tough decisions and will sleep like a baby at night. Our current diplomatic policies are failing us and we need a president that can stand up for the people and to hell with the rest of the world if they don’t like it. Also, I think that Trump will see the governmental programs (i.e. welfare, foodstamps, wic) that are being taken advantage of, and will eliminate those people from those programs that are living on the system and are too lazy to work for themselves. Trump built a billion dollar empire from the ground up. WE NEED someone with those skills to restore our economic status.


ExSoldier
Comment posted February 22, 2011 @ 3:24 pm

Another thing that I think makes Trump a strong candidate for me is the fact that he has his own money. He doesn’t need campaign contributions, and thus will owe no favors to those that contribute to his campaign. I wonder so often whether politicians are acting on what the people need or if they are fulfilling obligations to their financial contributors. Trump’s foreign policies consist of having a not so nice talk with OPEC, and throwing a 25% tariff on imported Chinese goods. I say go for it. One argument to the Chinese tariff is that it will cause prices of all of the goods in Wal-Mart to go up 25%. I say fantastic, it will stimulate american factories to make goods that can compete, and thus restoring jobs to american factory workers. As far as OPEC, I think we need to eliminate fossil fuels from our daily needs all together and find other alternatives, but until that is wholly possible we definitely need to find a way to manage increasing oil prices. All together I think he has things in perspective. I do have concerns though as to some of his past social stances. In the past he has called himself pro-choice and has stated that he supported national healthcare, yet now he states that he is pro-life and adamantly against obamacare. I think that his wavering in those areas are the result of trying to find a substantial base to work with, or support from the people. So long as he restores work to Americans, and manages our budget and foreign policies in the cut-throat manner that he has managed his businesses, I am not so concerned with his social policies. The voice of the people will manage social policies, as it is with obamacare. The purpose of our Federal Government is to manage foreign policy, bottom line.


John
Comment posted February 22, 2011 @ 8:09 pm

I am a staunch conservative. In spite of this, there are things I still like about Donald Trump. Donald Trump will do his best to help America re-gain its indepence. We might continue to suffer at first, but eventually America could regain ground by growing America businesses and industries and by not relying so much on foreign countries. Finally, he would probably limit our involvement in other countries and not support illegal immigration. These things are hurting our budget.


John
Comment posted February 22, 2011 @ 8:09 pm

I am a staunch conservative. In spite of this, there are things I still like about Donald Trump. Donald Trump will do his best to help America re-gain its indepence. We might continue to suffer at first, but eventually America could regain ground by growing America businesses and industries and by not relying so much on foreign countries. Finally, he would probably limit our involvement in other countries and not support illegal immigration. These things are hurting our budget.


Dustin Turner216
Comment posted February 23, 2011 @ 3:43 am

you know as far as the oil thing goes you do realize that the United states does have the Largest oil reserves in the world not to mention probably the most oil still left underground the reason we dont pump it is because we are greedy we want all the other in the world used up before we really start using ours. and you donald trump is a genius with money and business i honestly think that he would be a great decision for president cause yes even though China is huge compared to us i dont think that they could stand up to us in combat period remember our military is not forced to take part in the military theirs is and like they say you can take a horse to water but you cant make it drink the men and women of our military joined because they chose to join and if putting a tariff on their goods coming in to the US would help us use more US goods then so be it it needs to be done. i do think we actually need a strong leader, and i think that trump will give us exactly what we need


Amy
Comment posted February 23, 2011 @ 8:56 am

Obama is in over his head. He may be a good man BUT we need a good Business man to get the USA back in business!


reuben horne
Comment posted February 23, 2011 @ 1:30 pm

please run for president the people running this country are all communist we need a man who knows how to ballance the budget and get respect back to america in va where i live is a communist state if you look at law inforcement you can see it every day here we do not have any rights reuben horne


KarenGonzalez
Comment posted February 23, 2011 @ 8:33 pm

Donald Trump, if you can see this—THANK YOU for running for President and redefining the GOP!
We need you!!

Karen
(mother of 4)


Renhsek
Comment posted February 24, 2011 @ 2:11 am

I am a staunch Democrat. I live an alternative lifestyle and believe in equal rights for all persons on earth. I am a big supporter and voted for President Obama. I believe Obama could whip this country into shape if the damn Republicans would quit impeding his ability to do so. After all, he has only been in the oval office for two years.

I, like Donald Trump, a a business man. I, too, hold degrees from the finest universities in the world. I, too, have business degrees and have had great success. I even earned a PhD in International Business. Because of my many years as a CEO, a leader and strong business skills, I believe that Donald Trump could lead this country in a direction that is needed. He would probably help to rid both the democrats and republicans holding public office who do nothing for this country. I support him 100%

You see, I don’t give a damn about being married to my same-sex partner. I am an old man who has worked my ass off to get what I have earned. In my eyes, after 35 years of living with my same-sex partner, I am in fact very married already. I do not need a “certificate” or license to indicate this. Nonetheless, all persons joined in a life-long union deserve the same health benefits, rights to retirement, social security, etc. as a wife does when her husband dies. It is a shame that the 10% or more of us who live an alternative life style have to hire attorneys to give our life-long partners what they deserve upon the other’s death. I believe that Donald Trump would support me.


Docwan
Comment posted February 24, 2011 @ 4:20 am

Maybe it’s time for the U.S. to wake up and get some of these countries pissed off at us… we have such a very cozy lifestyle and everyone is eating us – like sheep. Time to eat the farmer !


Docwan
Comment posted February 24, 2011 @ 4:23 am

We need $5 gallon to teach ourselves to be frugal and the reason why goods cost more in the U.S., is because all the choices have left the country for China where it’s cheaper to manufacturer to send back to us… we are still making $$, but China is getting a piece of it.


Jennie5th
Comment posted February 24, 2011 @ 11:01 pm

I wouldn’t vote for him, he is hiring Russians at marlargo to save money instead of giving americans jobs


Bart122458
Comment posted February 26, 2011 @ 3:18 pm

After years of watching this man and reading his books, I beleive he would bring good honest and hard hitting honor back to the white house.
he is independently wealthy and would not have to count on people like Gorge
Soros for money to get elected. This man would I not only vote for I would also work for his campaiagn to try and bring some protection for the american people and the American way of life.
Get rid of special intrest, insentives to take our jobs and technoledgy overseas, and those that would allow other countries to sell our product made in thier countries that take the core profits out of this country.
If folks would think about where our problems start and stop, they would vote for this man, and encourage him to take Ron Paul as his vice Pres nomonee
Bart Tinder Belville MI


Renee Shinn
Comment posted February 26, 2011 @ 7:25 pm

My Husband and I own 3 Business in Florida.Something must be done quick to Get our Country Back on Track Fast.We’ve had the Business for 31 years.Its getting Harder and Harder to Hang on.We So Need You to Run Mr.Trump anything we can do for you here in Florida we Will Help. Please Run and Give our Country Hope and A Country to Be Proud of Again.


Zeus
Comment posted February 27, 2011 @ 4:11 am

I am a 56 yr old republican and my father is an 82 yr old democrat, we both agree Donald Trump should be the next president, by the way we both supported Ross Perot.


Bewareofdub
Comment posted February 27, 2011 @ 4:24 am

Obama is a democrat party hack, he will follow the party line, I hoped he would stand on his own two feet, but he isn’t tough enough, maybe too young, maybe it’s inexperienced.


Bewareofdub
Comment posted February 27, 2011 @ 4:24 am

Obama is a democrat party hack, he will follow the party line, I hoped he would stand on his own two feet, but he isn’t tough enough, maybe too young, maybe it’s inexperienced.


BEWAREOFDUB
Comment posted February 27, 2011 @ 4:32 am

LOOK, WE NEED TO CHANGE WHAT WE’VE BEEN DOING !!!!!!!! TIME WE WAKE UP TO THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL THINGS THAT ARE HAPPENING IN THIS COUNTRY……..IT’S NOT ABOUT DEM. AND REP, ITS ABOUT KEEPING AMERICA THE LEADER.!!


les perelli jr
Comment posted February 28, 2011 @ 12:54 am

i will campaign for trump

les


Joanberra
Comment posted February 28, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

TRUMP ALL THE WAY WE NEED TO RETAKE AMERICAN AND THE RESPECT OF THE WORLD!


Me
Comment posted March 1, 2011 @ 6:49 pm

psycho


Me
Comment posted March 1, 2011 @ 6:50 pm

Yes This is how We Talk ever since We Read all of Those 18th Century Novels.


Charles Cullens, Sr.
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 12:47 am

Irvann,

We need some one in the White House that know what it means to run an origanization.


crow
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 1:49 am

Job creation/loss and increase/decrease in revenue are two different things. They only have 1 thing in common: cutting taxes helps job creation and increase in revenue. It’s really the only thing the government can do to help both of those fields.


crow
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 2:55 am

We haven’t formally filed bankruptcy though. The govt needs to file for it and have the courts state that no further debts will be paid. Good by entitlements and contracts. Start from scratch.


NorD.
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 3:00 am

LISTEN UP all – where do you think the money come from that makes the rich richer…..duh..the middle class that buy thier products, the rich sure don’t work for the rich, and they sure do not spend their money – shit they money hoggers….And lately I heard Donald Trump give a interview that the Wealthies family may move and live in another country to avoid paying taxes, move their corporations out of America, well if they are going to be that rodden toward a Country that protected their ASS with our young men and women who are most of the middle class in American when off to WARS. Because you know most of the weathiest families did not go to war, did they DONALD?

And another question; Is it a crime for terrorist WHO destroy the American Financial Economy system, by blowing up the World Trade Center and trying to destroy our financial technology system? Then it’s also a CRIME for the Wealthy Families to move to another country, and their Corporation to AVOID paying TAXES. AFTER being protected while our children when off to war protecting their butts. D.Truimp spoke on this subject,that the Wealthy may move to avoid paying any taxes.

What kind of future President would want to see AMERICA FAIL after it has done so much in HISTORY to make FREEDOM RING…


Emerald0113
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 4:09 am

Go for it Donald. You have my vote, my husband’s vote (a dem!!!!!), and my son, both sons actually. Give them a good old American run for the money. Please, please, please.
Anne


NORD.
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 5:05 am

LISTEN UP – where do you think the money come from that makes the rich richer…..duh..the middle class that buy their products, the rich sure don’t work for the rich, and they sure do not spend their money – shit they are money hoggers, hide their LOOT….And lately I heard Donald Trump give a interview that the Wealthies family may move and live in another country to avoid paying taxes, move their corporations out of America, FUC%% up the ECONOMY EVEN WORSER, well if they are going to be that rodden toward a Country that protected their ASS with our young men and women who are most of the middle class and poorer class in American when off to WARS. Because you know most of the weathiest families did not go to war, did they DONALD?

And another question; IF its a crime for terrorist WHO destroy the American Financial Economy System, by blowing up the World Trade Center or trying to destroy our financial technology computer system? Then it’s should also be a CRIME for the Wealthy Families to move to another country to try to a void paying TAXES, and their Corporations to AVOID paying TAXES. They know that this would have a CRUCIAL EFFECT, and they would do this even AFTER being protected by AMERICA MILITARY- our children went off to war protecting their butts. DONALD TRUMP spoke on this subject,that the Wealthy may move to avoid paying any taxes. That MESS UP. and HE WANT TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT…GIVE ME A BREAK!!!

What kind of future President would want to see AMERICA FAIL after it has done so much in HISTORY to make FREEDOM RING…


Lpjr
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 1:07 pm

the only products you can buy in america come from other countries


Lpjr
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 1:44 pm

you can’t blame the politicians they can only do what the lobbyist tell them to do,if they don’t listen they don’t get money for gophers (go-fors) to run their campaign.


John D. Shane
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 2:47 pm

I would vote for Mr. Trump, but I do hope he wants to help the older people on S/S & Medicare. We need not to be forgotten, we were raised here in this great country, server our country (USMC), and worked hard at our jobs. Now the Government just wants to forget about the older generation. It seams like they forget the retirees & baby boomers count for a lot of votes. We haven’t had a cost of living increase for 2-years but the cost of living as gone way up..

J.D.S.


Alan
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 10:30 pm

no bush didnt start this mess clinton did that is when everybody started buying up houses they couldnt afford. and if obama is surrounded by such great economist why is it it is still going in reverse. he promised unemployment wouldnt go above 8%. socialism isnt gunna work here. and the only jobs obama has created is federal jobs.


Alan
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 10:30 pm

no bush didnt start this mess clinton did that is when everybody started buying up houses they couldnt afford. and if obama is surrounded by such great economist why is it it is still going in reverse. he promised unemployment wouldnt go above 8%. socialism isnt gunna work here. and the only jobs obama has created is federal jobs.


Darena68310
Comment posted March 2, 2011 @ 11:33 pm

I Love to see Mr. Trump run for president, Trump. is what america is needing. Please run `and help us get rid of this clown that works for opec.


Avery
Comment posted March 3, 2011 @ 1:15 am

I think trump running is a big mistake, I think he is all talk and no bark. Just like obama. The only thing that i saw “Change” was my wallet being emptied more and more and more. We need to drill up in alaska. We need to build more factories. We need to charge countries to pay us for being their “police”. We just have too many ignorant people in the Government to realize that. We also need to get rid of the federal reserve because they are screwing us over worse than OPEC is. As soon as they took our dollar off of the “gold standard” our economy went downhill. And it is going to continue to go downhill until we crash and have to have a North American currency called the “Amero”. But donald trump would never do anything like that because that’s what made him rich. So my vote is for Ron Paul or John McCain. A good military man will straighten up some folks. Hell, I could be a better president than any of these guys. Most of the candidates are too scared to do anything. I wouldn’t be.


Maesy49
Comment posted March 3, 2011 @ 4:22 pm

i think that he should run for president.he would help the country.we are in the worse shape from the whole world.i watched him yesterday on the today show i have grasped everything he has said in regards tooiur economy are unemployment and the rest of the world has no respectforthje usa etc.you gotmy vote andmy families vote.


Annabeckwith
Comment posted March 3, 2011 @ 6:40 pm

MR. TRUMP; YOU HAVE MY VOTE ALL THE WAY. I HAVE ADMIRED YOU AND YOUR FAMILY FOR YEARS. I AGREE TOTALLY WITH YOU, AMERICA IS BEING TAKING ADVANTAGE OF. I WOULD BE HONORED TO CAMPAIGN FOR YOU. PLEASE BRING AMERICA BACK TO AMERICANS. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOURS. BY THE WAY I WAS A DEMOCRAT. SINCERELY CECELIA


Jp
Comment posted March 3, 2011 @ 7:49 pm

Do we really want a man who has filed bankruptcy three times, with amounts of debt that totals close to 4 billion dollars in charge of getting our country out of a trillion dollar deficit? Secondly, if he wins, it will be a prime example of how money and an effective advertising campaign will cloud actual campaign objectives, and presidential goals.


Mumof123
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 5:41 am

Melaniemonika…you sure don’t sound like a 13 year old!


Mumof123
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 5:41 am

Melaniemonika…you sure don’t sound like a 13 year old!


TJ
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 7:01 am

I believe the appropriate response here is that Democrats (even 13 year old Dems) are not stupid, they’re just misinformed. Let’s address these two concerns: China – Dependency on another entity too much leads to control by that entity. While we Americans want a lot of material things, we also want them cheap. It’s been a trend for many years and China is capitalizing on that. It would be a wake up call if China stopped importing, but let’s face it, anytime competition or the lack of a solution presents itself, Americans figure a way to overcome. Maybe this effort would lead to more jobs and better quality products. Regarding oil, look at what happens today…any problem around the world results in oil prices rising in the US…whether the problem is related to oil or not. Since you are 13, you should (or soon will be studying American History and Government. One of the things you will learn is that the US has plenty of untapped oil reserves available and that the original role and SOLE RESPONSIBILITY of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) in the US was to lessen the US dependency on foreign oil. But look what government has turned them into. More power and no results on their original goal. We suggest you continue your studies and become more accurately informed. Maybe one day you’ll make a great President.


Lou
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 11:25 am

You have my vote and please if you win I would love to see more things made in america TRUMP 2012 lets get back to Business


Zachhalo
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 12:33 pm

I really dont care who will be running for president in 2012 all i want is a president that will get thing done for once since world war 2


Mbourdon
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 12:34 pm

Please run Don


Mick
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 1:10 pm

McCain, who sang, “Bomb, bomb, bomb; bomb, bomb Iran?” Yeah, we need a court jester for president. Trump actually said the same thing you did about charging other countries for “policing” them. Like South Korea, for example. And of course, he is very pro-business and doesn’t like how we basically are giving our economy to China. We need to get away from the same old political “thinking” in governement.


Navyairwingeagle
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 1:22 pm

IT WOULD BE A GREAT MOVE – Trump never used Bankrupcy to avoid paying his debts, but to RECOVER from his setbacks and make even more money so he could pay all his debts – his work has created a lotof work for a lot of people.


Missann1026
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 2:03 pm

I never comment on these ads, but let me tell you one thing for absolutely sure. “American will vote for you” no ifs, ands or buts….We are sick of being taken advantage of by people who think we are stupid and dumb and do not know what is happening.


Handymanglenn1
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

donald us needs you please run for pres.


John Polios
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 2:59 pm

How will you, Donald Trump, handle the currency manipulation with China? How will you lower the price of oil? How will you make us more respected with the rest of the world? You say that you can do the above, but you never say how.


John Polios
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 2:59 pm

How will you, Donald Trump, handle the currency manipulation with China? How will you lower the price of oil? How will you make us more respected with the rest of the world? You say that you can do the above, but you never say how.


LUGO
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 3:03 pm

Goverrnment won’t do a damm thing !

First of all there is no shortage in oil,companys have already admitted years ago they raised prices just because they could.
and it drove the economy down the only reason china and these other country are booming right now is because we are sending our jobs to them because they will work for pennies.
*********take a look at the current”””Value”"” of the dollar…that’ll tel you alot about the price increase but where are the demands that the Government do something to fix it?
(TIME FOR THE PEOPLE THE LOVE THE U.S. TO WAKE UP)
(Gas Price 1980****$1.25 (Gas Price 2011 **$3.50>Greed
Quotes from Mr Donald Trump
”The point is that you can’t be too greedy”


reducegovernment
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 3:34 pm

will he authorize as our constitution mandates use the people military to secure our southern border from invasion from illegal aliens, drug and human trafficking ?


reducegovernment
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 3:41 pm

I would love to see Gov. Brewer of AZ run for the office of president and she then needs to appoint sheriff Joe over the dept of justice so as illegals are located they can be quickly deported and off the American citizens taxpayer funded welfare rolls. And her First act Should be to put the full force of our military on our borders building high voltage solar powered electric fences along with armed military equipment to turn back all illegals attempting to illegally entire our nation.


fire medic
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 4:01 pm

you are totally right and however politically incorrect this is its true. I didnt like him as a senator(he abstained form way too many votes) i have ALWAYS voted democrat, except in this election. I voted REPUBLICAN because Obama just doesn’t know what he’s doing.


Brn1965lc
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 4:07 pm

What would he do for people with disabilities & their futures ?????


Sbjones16
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 4:58 pm

Mr. Trump, i live in Eldorado Hills Ca. with a rather conservative population of folks … we are ready to vote for you …. Please this mess that Obama had done.


fed up with the fed
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 5:23 pm

I here all of this crap about Regan sold us out to China. But, it was Clinton who did away with the teriffs and signed a deal with China and practally handed them a membership in the WTO! (Check the records on Wiki, and No I’m not talkin’ bout NAFTA) Trump has it right! We can not compete with China the way things are. Japan just lowered their corperate tax rate and now WE have the HIGHEST corperate tax rate in the industrialized world. It’s NOT that hard. FIRST we need a president who understands how business works. Repeal NAFTA so we can get some jobs back from Mexico and Canada. LOWER the Corperate tax rate for all corperations. ELIMININATE the corperate tax rate for NEW companies that want to come to the US for say, the first 3 years, then start taxing them on, based on a per 1000 employee scale. They could get tax point credits for employing more people. Get the unions and the politicians to STOP THE CRONY CAPITALISM. STOP taking crap from third world dictators. Take away some of the sweetheart deals the unions are giveing their members, due to the crony capitalism. Please! Teachers pay one fifth of a penny on the dollar for their pention benifits and 1/4 of their health care. Compair that to what you pay.
DRILL DRILL DRILL. Take health care back to the system used in the pre-HMO world, where a doctor could actually see you in his office for more that three minutes and actuall do what needed to be done without passing your wallet around the club a few times, so everyone can have a piece of the pie. Cut the regulations that strangle small business. Implement a fair tax. TERM LIMITS! no more carier polititians. What you would see from these changes is booming business, strong employment and work force, which would provide a strong tax base that a new reduced government could run on. Run Donald!


joanna
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 5:38 pm

Myself, family and friends are talking about Donald Trump becoming president he has all our Votes.


Autumngold
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:02 pm

I havn’t paid much attention to it but the few times I heard Donald Trump talk, even once on Regis and Kelly, he wasn’t interested in running for President . He made sence with how the government should run and that it is a business and it should be run like one. We need to look out for ourselves and stop holding everyone elses hand.’ We the People” need help. when voting all we can do is try to vote our best and hope that the person in office can get to where we need to be.


Cindyterrrio
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:22 pm

Donald makes sense. I would vote for him for President. This country needs our power and respect back.


Lindareikimiami
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:39 pm

I totally agree with Cindyterio, about Donald Trump for President, he has managed his businness well, not delving into stocks as much as he used to and he has common sense….It would make a great deal of sense to have a Corporate Businessman become president……our entire country is all about money and jobs, which nobody seems to have these days……the unemployment figures are fantasies that the Fed. Reserve are hoping will boost the economy!


Lindareikimiami
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:39 pm

I totally agree with Cindyterio, about Donald Trump for President, he has managed his businness well, not delving into stocks as much as he used to and he has common sense….It would make a great deal of sense to have a Corporate Businessman become president……our entire country is all about money and jobs, which nobody seems to have these days……the unemployment figures are fantasies that the Fed. Reserve are hoping will boost the economy!


Lindareikimiami
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:44 pm

thank you for saying to repel NAFTA and all the other things that are taking jobs away from the American people. you make a great deal of sense…..it is strange how we as Americans have allowed everything to be taken away from us such as jobs, money, bargaining rights, freedom of protest etc. Other nations have had revolts over these things, yet we just sit back and let everyone take it all away….for the “Good of the Country”!!!!!!!!!


Mbdoz
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 6:52 pm

I agree with you so. I am a Grandmother of 2 trying to raise my grandchildren on social security and min. wage. We need him. We must make sure he hears us. Seems many agree with us


Gma
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 7:12 pm

Please run Donald. It won’t be easy, even for you, but I can’t imagine how difficult it must be for someone who has ability to “deal” sit by and watch the results our “best” can do. What has happened to this beautiful country? Also, While you are president can you teach our youth to behave appropriately like your children do? We support you and will work tirelessly to help you get there.


Jim Bertram
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 7:21 pm

JP, you are not paying attention. I suspect you are a Ron Paul fan, or worse a Scumbama lover. It is long past time to put a real business man in the White House. I like what “The Donald “says and he will not have to be beholen to campaign contributors. Get ther politicians out!~!~


Jim Bertram
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 7:27 pm

Our current occupant of the White House right now wants America to fail…
Doesn’t have to be a future President.


Michael_hocke
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 8:00 pm

Neither does any career politician, what’s your point? Trump has a proven business record. Obama didn’t spend a full term in Illinois before he was seated in the White House.


Michael_hocke
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 8:10 pm

The welfare program is not working in the United States. Our welfare money goes to the wrong people. Most hispanics to America at the beginning of the month to get their money and then go back to Mexico and live in style. But, there also has to be an internal audit because there are a lot of employee’s in the welfare department who have brought their family members in to the system. I have witnessed this and have spoken to employee’s who have introduced their family members to me as they are going in to the office to ask for help paying their bills because the money has been spent at the liquor store. As a security guard I’ve worked both places (they’re right across the street from each other) and I see spending of $250 of liquor and two weeks later those same people crying because they can’t pay their electric bill, and welfare gladly pays. Welfare recipients should have to account for every dollar they receive from the government BEFORE they get their next check. If the government has to do it then so should anybody receiving government assistance.


Denpal22
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 8:51 pm

how do i help donald trump become president


Anti fascist
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 9:19 pm

Trump is a simple answer (respect and power) for a nation that is on the brink of being armed (per the western states) unemployed (per the globalization of industry) and bankrupt (because of entitled Americans, everywhere). He’s a fascist and will cater to business interests.


Denniseichler
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

If you want to be President and be different, WIN without putting other people or countires down. WIN on your own merits and programs. The public is wanting to know what you CAN DO not what the others did.


HELEN DE CICCO-BRANCO
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 9:52 pm

DONALD TRUIMP PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES – THAT IS MUSIC TO MY HEARS. OBAMA MUST GO! iT IS SCAREY WITH HIM BEING PRESIDENT PLEASE MR. TRUMP RUN FOR PRESIDENT. I WILL BE OUT THERE FOR YOU. TELL OBAMA YOU FIRED!


trump4preznow
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 10:32 pm

MR.TRUMP, I HOPE YOU READ THIS. PLAIN AND SIMPLE “WE NEED YOU”


trump4preznow
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 10:45 pm

Mr. Trump. “YOUR HIRED” !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Trumpforpreznow
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 11:41 pm

What we need is a businessman to run this country, not a politician!!!!!….out country is a business and needs to deal with all the businesses causing us problems….aka China Iran, S. Korea, etc……..he WOULD be able to do that! Like Ronald Reagan (and I am a democrat) he would be a breath of fresh air in the Oval Office!!!!


Perfectnana444
Comment posted March 4, 2011 @ 11:59 pm

Mr. Donald Trump, please, In the name of God, run and win for our United States of America President. Obama is giving this country away to China and Socializm. Why is he permitting Van Jones into this country, into our schools, into the minds of our children. I am a Nanny of seven Grand-Children and my heart goes out to the Billions of others, whos minds are at the hands of these mindless, corrupt individuals, beginning with the Obama’s in the White House. No one cares Mr. Obama is Black. Where he’s leading our country is what’s frightening the living daylights out of all of us. Please safe our children, save our country, In the name of God, save all of us..


Damranch61
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 12:00 am

america is sick of career politicians. its time we have a skilled and successfull businessman running the show. Trump, your hired! don’t be so swayed by polls, as there are alot of folks who dont have computers who can’t particapate in online polls, who would support the Donald! if you’ll run, i’ll work for you for free.


Ritakirk555
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 2:13 am

Dear Mr. Trump…I’m so glad you’re considering a run for the White House. I have admired you for years and I know you are the right man for the job. America needs a man of your intelligence, character, determination and yes…”EXPERIENCE” in the “Global” business world to get us out of this depression. President Trump…sounds awesome to me.


Chicagohustler
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 2:34 am

My choice…Donald Trump or Barak Obama. You gotta be kidding. Just look around you and see what has been going on. At this point I would vote for Donald Duck. This country needs to get back to the right basics,and that is something that is so far out of reach for Obama and his band of dummycrats that this would be a no brainer.I agree, President Trump sounds good to me.


Chicagohustler
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 2:38 am

What has Obadda done for you lately?


reuben horne
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 9:43 am

you hit it on the nose you should run by donalds side reuben


Donald Investor
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 6:12 pm

I think we are seeing a quantum shift in America. We all sick and tired of government dictators chasing our jobs offshore with high taxes, fraudulent and petty regulations. We’re fed-up with political demigods who think that all social problems can be fixed by simply stealing from the productive by taking our property, money and rights. Here in Florida we are making criminals out of old women who have too many cats, or chase wild animals out of their yard, yet refuse to prosecute illegal aliens for heinous crimes simply to keep them from being deported. Suddenly a guy like Trump whose main training in life and politics has been as an outsider seems like a really good idea. That’s why we elected Governor Scott!


Mr.Cat
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 10:03 pm

Donald, Mr. Trump, is exactly what America needs in the Whitehouse. He actually loves his country. I say this because I will never understand how the past four Presidents have allowed off shoring to destroy this country and have not made that the number one priority for this country. Donald understands that he has what he has because he has paid Americans to the work for him and Americans have delivered. We need someone who will stand up and not just talk about it but do something about it.
Sure he has had a Bankruptcy, its allowed in the constitution! He knows what it feels like to hurt, he took some bows. But he pulled up his boot straps and he did it again, he rebuilt his empire. That is what America needs now, to pull the Nations collective boot straps and do it again. We need a leader who cares about Americans and his country more than corporations that want to go to China for the easy buck. There is more to what we do than just make more money, there is a pride in the American Spirit which we are losing and Trump gets that.
Donald is a talker. But he is all so going to tell you the truth, what he thinks. His one flaw that he must get control of is not what he says but how he says it. Donald tells the truth and sugar coating it is not his style. He expects perfection and asks that of everyone around him.
Donald is exactly who we need because he can relate with everyone from the man on the street to the executives in the sky. He is a global icon and he is at home town guy who is just as comfortable talking with billionaires as with a man on the street. Just watch him in his travels and you will see respect everyone he deals with. He wants perfection, but he will also congratulate you on a job well done even if you’re a gardener working on a flowerbed, as long as it’s done with protection, class and style.
Keep an open mind, think about what America needs most to pull us out of this downturn. Sign on to the idea; America needs to regain its manufacturing base and economic robust status like what we all enjoyed prior to 9/11. I believe we have never recovered from that day when we all experienced a crack in time. We need to reengage as a nation and we can only do that if we have a strong middle class where everyone is thriving, spending, educating, and growing. Donald understands that and I believe he will place getting America back to work a priority, not just tell everyone we need more education as the status quo does in times like these. America needs Donald Trump. America needs to come together and there is no other man that can do that better than Donald. If you’re not on board with this vision, then well, your fired.


CMitchell
Comment posted March 5, 2011 @ 11:33 pm

I agree with most of your thoughts on the Don. I would love to see him take the reigns and guide this country back to what are founding fathers meant it to be, ” The country that spells opportunity and freedom for ALL” and would it not be super to hear him say (to all the people in Washington who are dragging their feet and putting down this great land of ours ) YOUR FIRED!!!
Mr. Mitchell…..P.S. Donald has my vote in 2012


carlos
Comment posted March 6, 2011 @ 1:32 am

I have been saying for years that we need business people in Washington.
Donald Trump? YES!!!! To much talk about Obama. Yea, we got real change. Thanks! I am a small business man filing for bankrupcy very soon. Thanks Barrack!!! Let’s start with Congress Don. “You’re Fired!” The line between Democrats and Republicans is toooo big. We are all Americans! Can you people actually do something positive for Americans for once?
I wish someone on the hill would actually think about small business people.
Washington, the Bankers, and Wall Street have eliminated my American Dream. I’m wiped out as is millions of Small business.
Maybe we should take lessons from the middle east and storm Washington.
Ready?


joe fritz
Comment posted March 6, 2011 @ 5:12 am

I suggest that you look at Donald trump when he hosted on the golf channel in October 2010… he hosted a golf match on one of his courses .. his guests were two famous sports figures who were amateur golfers. also present was a woman Hispanic golf pro who was his co host.

After nine holes they took a break and after a few minutes they were again on camera and there was Donald trump on camera yelling to the woman golf pro ::”get your ass over here.”

I wrote to the golf channel to object to the statements of Donald trump and suggested since this was a taped program they could have edited the crass comments from the Donald…. no comment from the management of the golf channel which is owned by Mr. Arnold Palmer with other rich persons….

I suggest that you obtain a copy of this video to confirm my statements and bring it to the Donald’s attention to solicit his comments. I guess the rich get to act differently and with impunity….

I witnessed his boorish behavior and complained to the golf channel . may be you can get more ink on this. maybe even a mea culpa.


SuzyQ
Comment posted March 6, 2011 @ 2:05 pm

Avery, have you checked out Allen West? Military man that knows the battlefield and the threat of radical islam. He is a no nonsense type of guy. There is much on the internet about him. Check out youtube. We need him badly.


MJ1095
Comment posted March 6, 2011 @ 4:44 pm

YES YES Donald Trump for president. Our country needs leadership


Nchudilowsky
Comment posted March 7, 2011 @ 5:07 am

No way just a rich dick head


Holtz103
Comment posted March 7, 2011 @ 7:11 am

I think Trump would be an excellent President. He would run the country like a business, and trim the fat. We haven’t had a President in a couple years. He would get my vote!


Chelsea
Comment posted March 7, 2011 @ 5:41 pm

Well, I don’t really know Trump, but I’ve heard of his success. While I look at him as a business man, I think that he will be great as a president for helping businesses run more smoothly. Course, I can’t vote cause I’m 14, but right now, my Dad is debating on either Ron Paul or Donald Trump, he’s slightly heading toward Trump though. He knows that all other countries make fun of America and he might want to change that now, since I’m really getting tired of busting up french people cause they think I can’t speak french. Anyway, Trump is my guy for president ^^


Ginomarcello789Yahoo.com
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 2:57 am

Trump is business & business is what this country needs!
Bottom-line


Judy
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 5:28 am

I believe that his motive for running, if he does, is definitely NOT for fame and fortune. He will be sacrificing the good life that he enjoys to run for President. He’s a problem solver, not a political crony.

Because he’s put a lot of thought into finding solutions for us, He obviously dislikes the way Americans are so disrespected and ripped off by foreign countries, big banks and crony, corrupt politicians. And he’s brazenly honest enough to say so.

It goes to motive. Donald Trump will be making a huge sacrifice to leave his comfort zone to help us. Please be our next president, Mr. Trump, “We The People” desperately need your loyalty and skills.


RWillis
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 12:46 pm

Having Donald Trump for President would lead to an ultimate failure. He has not proven his leadership capabilities for managing local communities, in fact no one would even vote for him in his own state! He is a man that fiscally depleated the banks and cornered them into supporting him which led to his success that is based completely on luck.

Trump’s views of America as being disrespected is a claim pitch without validity. No one has the right to tell a country such as China how to manage their reciprocity concepts–and you (speaking of Trump) definately do not state that you will bring the chinese government to their knees.

America does not need a business man! Businessmen and Captialism is what has caused the current failure of this economy. What America needs is money, innovation, and structural reorganization. As I have read in the comments and have seen on the Larry Kudlow Show (a capitalist dictator) we do not need anymore Reganomics! We dont have a National Healthcare System because of him and his records. Donald Trump does not have the intelligence or stamina to run a country.


RWillis
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 12:55 pm

Greetings, Judy!

How could you make such a statement about Americans being ripped off from other countries? Is it not true that America has achieved much of it’s wealth from plunder? How do you think the people of Iraq feels about the War on Terrorism to steal your oil concept?

I hope you do not have any children in the army because Donald Trump is going to have the USA in a war with Asia (yes, I included them all)! He needs to take a culture course because the Chinese people are not as weak as he believes and they will definately not put up with his efforts to puch them around. He needs to learn more about the subject of Diplomacy. Who are Americans to demand stuff when your bankers have caused many of the citizens to live in poverty? America has absolutely no money and your derivative debts will probably only be reduced by 40% by the time your great-grandchildren’s great-great…….great grandchildren reaches the age of 18.


Curtisjeffery
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 12:57 pm

I feel that he is correct in stating that the world takes great advantage of us. Our politicians have sold us out and our country has lost. Free trade, what a joke, it’s only free shipping to America, not the other way. Been a republican all my life, I’ll vote for Mr. Trump.


Devildog0311usmc
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 2:49 pm

Hispanic, been voting Democrat 99 % of the times. Our country is going to hell. Jobs keep going to China and other countries.. Free trade is a joke, America doesn’t produce anything anymore . How can we compete fairly ? Free trade is for the super rich only. The rest of us are getting screwed. Immigration out of control and no one wants to do anything about. With 15 % to 20 % unemployment , do we America , do we need more legal immigrants ?? duh no.I can keep going, but you get the point . What got to keep jobs here in the U.S..Exporting our jobs is what is killing America.


Devildog0311usmc
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 3:00 pm

Before i vote for Donald trump, i need to know where he stand on some very important issues like,
1. Where does Donald stand on exporting American jobs to other countries ??
2. Where does he stand on legal immigration ? Do we need more legal immigrants ? no.
3. Our south border is out of control, does he favor troops on both borders ?
4.Where does Donald stand on free trade ? end all free trade agreements.
5. Tax breaks for companies that ship jobs to other countries, where does Donald stand on that ? I would like to know where Donald stand on those issues before i consider voting for him.. U.S. Marine.


International_ikc
Comment posted March 8, 2011 @ 11:28 pm

Well maybe she should have moved her ass!! America is getting soft we need a hard ass to whip the lazy brainless people back in shape!! I’m not saying trump is the guy, I’m just tired about everyone worrying about hurting other people’s feelings!! Grow up and grow a pair!!


Lstart
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 2:20 pm

Go Donald Trump!!


Lstart
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 2:21 pm

I’d vote for ya!!


Lpjr
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 4:15 pm

what do you think of the plan to keep lowering middle americas wages?isn’t this where most of the taxes come from that pays for all this countrys maintenance?how much tax is collected on $3.00 per hour as compared to $30.00 per hour?


Robert Provins
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 7:20 pm

Mr. Trump knows how to run a business. He is successful as a business man. He is not a lawyer, like the past presidents (hint). Our Republic needs a business man the run the countries business and not lawyers (hit). Our country needs a a “MAN” in the white house, who will look you in the eye and say…. “you’re fired”. I support “Donald for President”


Robert Provins
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 7:20 pm

Mr. Trump knows how to run a business. He is successful as a business man. He is not a lawyer, like the past presidents (hint). Our Republic needs a business man the run the countries business and not lawyers (hit). Our country needs a a “MAN” in the white house, who will look you in the eye and say…. “you’re fired”. I support “Donald for President”


Robert Provins
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 7:20 pm

Mr. Trump knows how to run a business. He is successful as a business man. He is not a lawyer, like the past presidents (hint). Our Republic needs a business man the run the countries business and not lawyers (hit). Our country needs a a “MAN” in the white house, who will look you in the eye and say…. “you’re fired”. I support “Donald for President”


Richard
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 9:34 pm

I would vote for donald trump without hesitation. Not only is he the only one that could beat obama, he is our only hope to restore this country to a place of honor and respect!


Richard
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 9:34 pm

I would vote for donald trump without hesitation. Not only is he the only one that could beat obama, he is our only hope to restore this country to a place of honor and respect!


Jwatson40
Comment posted March 10, 2011 @ 10:15 pm

I have never personally supported any candidate for President but if Trump runs for President I would welcome the opportunity to support him. It’s time that we had a business professional in the White House.

jw


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Dlbrearley
Comment posted March 11, 2011 @ 2:55 am

Trump all the way. If he runs I will do everything I can to help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ericjarvies
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 11:10 am

Judgement… this is the problem with Americans… too busy judging other people, and using the PAST as evidence and argument for the present. Also, the power of the government needs to be reclaimed by the people, so that it does nto matter who is president… what only matters is that the president is doing what the people tell him to do!


ericjarvies
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 11:10 am

Judgement… this is the problem with Americans… too busy judging other people, and using the PAST as evidence and argument for the present. Also, the power of the government needs to be reclaimed by the people, so that it does nto matter who is president… what only matters is that the president is doing what the people tell him to do!


ericjarvies
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 11:16 am

How soon people forget… Obama inherited 8 years of Bush consequence. It’s one thing entering office and assuming moderate problems from the previous leader, it’s quite another entering office assuming a monstrosity of problems.


ericjarvies
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 11:16 am

How soon people forget… Obama inherited 8 years of Bush consequence. It’s one thing entering office and assuming moderate problems from the previous leader, it’s quite another entering office assuming a monstrosity of problems.


ericjarvies
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 11:21 am

People need to reclaim the power from government. Elected officials need to take their instruction from the people(not just some elected people). With today’s technology, a system could easily be setup allowing people to vote yes or no about most issue effecting America today. The news should report new issues each day, and ask the people vote yes or no on those issues, and the collect results should be the instruction given, and executed by the president.


Vesta
Comment posted March 12, 2011 @ 12:47 pm

The Donald sets a great example for enterprising young people…just charge all the costs then take out not one but as many BANKRUPTCIES as wanted. Check it out for yourselves. HE IS NOT EXACTLY A STERLING CHARACTER.


american
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 9:39 am

are you serious? you’re defending China? I don’t care if we have a right to tell China something or not. We need to do what’s best for this country.


bob mowad
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 9:43 am

China would not go to war with us over trade disagreements, it seems that you need to take a culture course.


bob
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 9:47 am

I agree, also, you shouldn’t base your vote on someones manners, it should be based on his/her ability to lead the country. That’s also another problem with Americans, they sometimes forget that their presidents are also human.


Lpjr
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 5:34 pm

they bought foreign cars because they were cheaper.can you say $40,000 recall?how about those cheaper sneakers at ?50.00 a pair?


Seth
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 6:57 pm

If Mr. Trump runs he would get my vote 100% no matter what.


DonVaBeach
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 7:24 pm

Hey, Trump’s an expert on bankruptcies…..and the Country is virtually bankrupt…..so maybe it would work.

He might be a blowhard, but he’d be a breath of fresh air in the stench that is Washington. And he has enough money that he wouldn’t be pandering to the special interests.

Might make the contest interesting…….I’d vote for him.


Mrilluminati
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

Bankruptcies or not, he understands economics like a rothschild. And our government is living paycheck to paycheck. Its time to make cuts that only someone totally politically incorrect is going to have the courage to make.


Mrilluminati
Comment posted March 14, 2011 @ 10:46 pm

Capitalism is the cause of our failure? National Healthcare ehh? Social security, General Relief, Etc Etc We should have a National Vacation Fund for us middle class too. Hey maybe a National Petty Cash Fund :D . We’re only printing 600,000,000 a day YAHHHOOOOOOO


Mrtozzi5
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 12:21 am

would love for donald to run for president my whole family would vote for him I know he would restore my faith in america. he doesn’t need money to run his campaign therefore would not own any one any favors. I believe in charging these other countries for protection. i also believe we need to start manufacturing products in america. we need a strong american president who isn’t afraid to fire anyone.


Mrtozzi5
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 12:27 am

we need to stop all foreign people from coming into our country because years ago if you wanted to come to america you had to have a sponsor, a job, learn english and a place to stay. now they come over here and get on welfare and an apartment and food don’t need a job because they can’t speak english. It has to stop. the other day in the paper Italy has just announced that in order to stay in their country you have to learn the language plain and simple sounds good to me. And we wonder where all the social security and ssi money is going . well when we keep letting in thousands of people and they keep getting aid where is the money coming from.


Mrtozzi5
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 12:27 am

we need to stop all foreign people from coming into our country because years ago if you wanted to come to america you had to have a sponsor, a job, learn english and a place to stay. now they come over here and get on welfare and an apartment and food don’t need a job because they can’t speak english. It has to stop. the other day in the paper Italy has just announced that in order to stay in their country you have to learn the language plain and simple sounds good to me. And we wonder where all the social security and ssi money is going . well when we keep letting in thousands of people and they keep getting aid where is the money coming from.


Mrtozzi5
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 12:38 am

what is wrong with you. Our country was founded on capitalism. This is why every person outside of the united states wants to live here. Donald Trump built an empire which by the way employs thousands of people. Wake up and smell the coffee. All these immigrants are not trying to go back home they are trying to get into america. If you think we should all make the same amount and the government should take care of us why don’t we become socialists or even one better communists. what happened to you get what you work for plain and simple. Half the country are paying taxes the other half are not. what does this mean? they are sitting on welfare or getting government assistance. Get a job. Talk about someone with no experience. President Obama was only in the senate for three years and what did he do? nothing We need a businessman because we must run our country like a business. At least Mr. Trump knows how to make money and right now that is what our country needs. and a lot of respect.


Bmexpressinc
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 3:29 am

Trump , trump , trump we need a man to speak up , TRUST ME OBAMA is not the answer , all he knows how to do is dodge problems and spend money , and set up further in debt , trump you are the man and we need to get obama out asap before its to late , he needs to go to another countryto be presidant beings he cares about them more them us, trump will ship this money problems into shap and not bankrup all use small business people, and understands what we need !!!! TRUMP FOR PRESIDANT 2012


George Wood
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 8:29 pm

We defintely need someone who knows how to run a contry, not what is there now.


slater17
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 8:54 pm

Mrtozzi5 ur an idiot. The vast majority of People that come that come to this country come to work and make a better life for them and their families. They work hard and do most of the jobs that us Americans don’t want to do. they are definitely not sitting around waiting for a welfare check. They prob clean ur house, take out ur trash, make ur food or do ur landscape. Think about wat u say before u say it please.


David Oetjen
Comment posted March 15, 2011 @ 11:05 pm

Mr. Trump has my vote . We need a president who could run this country like a business and a man that will stand up to these other countries that hate us so . America needs to be STRONG again.


Dan Johnson
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 1:07 am

You really need to proof read your post before you hit the send button. With that said, I agree that English should be learned by all who come to this country.


S Creighton
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 1:44 am

oh no! he said “ass’, now that must mean that he wouldnt be a good preisident. everyone has said “ass” at least once, jeez.


S Creighton
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 1:47 am

it’s one thing to inherit “consequence”, it’s another to make it worse, dumbass.


Nikral13
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 3:00 pm

So they have a job


Karen A
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 8:27 pm

The TRUMP has the best ideas and hotzspa to say what we are all thinking! we need a strong person to stand up for our country. The world is laughing at our whimpy administration.Way to go Donny, you will have my vote. Fire the Whimp,please.


FreedomIsntFree
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 8:27 pm

Trump would be a horrible canidate. He already has ties with all of Wall Street, and lets not forget that they are the people ruining this country. Donald Trump has already proven that he is abnormally greedy compared to the average person. If he runs this country like a business, the government will get richer, I guarantee it. But at what cost is that to the working and lower class. The real problem is the IRS, Wall Street and the Central Banks. Paying federal taxes isn’t evan in the Constitution. When will everyone wake up and take a stand to this obvious snowball effect of poverty, misery and greed. Debt = Slavery. The revolution is coming be prepared!


Amy
Comment posted March 16, 2011 @ 9:54 pm

Yes, and they run up our medical cost while living here then retire collect our SS checks and go back to their country and give back nothing to this country.


Jaredhumphries
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 2:10 am

No, that is not where most of the taxes come from. The upper 10% of wage earners pay 68% of all federal income taxes. The upper 50% pay 97%. Those at or below the median income level pay less than 3% of income taxes.


Ca103reppenhagen
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 5:55 am

Here are at least some if not all of your Questions answered. http://www.mofopolitics.com/2011/03/01/rush-limbaugh-interviews-donald-trump-3111/


Joe314
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 6:38 am

He’s got my vote! Finally a business success who actually has a clue and the b@@ls to stand up to nonsense.. Im tired of people running on crap slogans and doing nothing except making things worse. With Trump, the morons hurting our country financially would be fired and there is allot of them that need to go! I think he is smart enough to ignore their political back talk and get rid of the liabilities to our country. You run I support.. just dont let those idiots in Washington make you doubt yourself! You can be the first.


Stephengill_jr
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 8:59 am

first we need citizens that can spell the word country.


Retired_kat
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 11:29 am

Do we really need another millionaire President? He doesn’t care about the middle class and the poor. His rich friends will just get richer. And does anyone remember that the Donald ran his businesses into bankruptcy? He also inherited all of his money from his dad. Donald needs some major tact classes also. I can see WW3 on the horizon. God help our country.


Ana Velez
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 11:38 am

Corzine is a Business man, he did that to NJ.. now NJ is in crisis because he gambled our money, the day this happen I move to Africa… Keep your day job and sucking that lemon


Anonymous
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

Don who?


Amc100pm1
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 3:49 pm

I think the Don would make a kick ass president. I would vote for him.


Barb
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 3:54 pm

I agree with you, Donald speaks his mind and there’s nothing wrong with that. We all have freedom of speech and half the time we are afraid of offending someone so we keep quiet. The heck with that, I like Donald’s views on what’s wrong with this country, and I think he’s right on. I would definitely vote for him. Please run for Presidency in 2012.


Nena
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 5:18 pm

Well not everybody does that, I know a bunch of mexicans that have so many children and they lie to get food stamps and medicaid for their children and let me tell you they probably have more money than you, they buy their vehicles and mobile home cash. I came to this country 33 yrs ago and I still working hard and never ask for help, but some of these people knows how to beat the system and makes me angry because some of us have to pay the prize and be categorized te same!!


Joy
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 6:30 pm

Donald is a millionare who inherited his millions does he really know what it means to be middle class? will he fight for the middle class or will he join his fellow republicans in dismantling and disrespecting the american working middle class? americans wake up. the only place he can fire pple is on his show apprentice. americans, its all about why u elect leaders and not what pple can do with their millions to get elected


ROCKWELL
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 6:48 pm

I think we need someone like him to bring “America” back from years of mismanagement from self serving politicians with “Little or No Business Experience”!! Listen to the video too hear what he is saying about what we are doing wrong & how other countries feel about America.

There is nothing that the Democrats can dig up on him that has not already been “Vented” by the National Media and he has addressed!! This will drive CNN/ NBC/ CBS/ CNBC & MSNBC crazy!!

Several years ago Ross Perot another very successful Multi-Billionaire business man ran for President but because he was not Presidential looking enough most people did not support him!! Lets not make that mistake again!!


Paul
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:09 pm

YES!!!! By all means….Trump SHOULD run.


Clementsbaysidegroup
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:21 pm

Yes!!! Donald Trump for President!!! I don’t care how ugly his hair is or how many women he’s married, I just want someone who can handle the tough decisions that need to be made, he says whats on his mind with no apologies, how refreshing…all I want to hear is Obama…your fired!!!!!


Clementsbaysidegroup
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

With all due respect, are you kidding me? Jimmy Carter was a self made man and look at the damage he did to this country. Obama has been the worst thing that could happen to the USA, Trump is not afraid to make decisions for fear it will hurt his image, I can’t wait to see the debate between Trump and Obama, I want a ring side seat for that one!!!


Clementsbaysidegroup
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

With all due respect, are you kidding me? Jimmy Carter was a self made man and look at the damage he did to this country. Obama has been the worst thing that could happen to the USA, Trump is not afraid to make decisions for fear it will hurt his image, I can’t wait to see the debate between Trump and Obama, I want a ring side seat for that one!!!


Anonymous
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

The other day watching trump on TV, it seems he spoke my mind. America acts as the policeman of the world. They help every country. China’s economy is all because of US – being the largest importer of their goods and they use that money to build arms against US. You got it right Trump – All this needs to be changed. You have my vote.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:29 pm

The other day watching trump on TV, it seems he spoke my mind. America acts as the policeman of the world. They help every country. China’s economy is all because of US – being the largest importer of their goods and they use that money to build arms against US. You got it right Trump – All this needs to be changed. You have my vote.


Trump4Prez
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:44 pm

OBAMA… You’re fired!!! Bring on the Donald!!!


Barb
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 9:58 pm

I agree with you Amy. I get upset at these people who come to America and hate this country. They get free medical care, which I have to paid for. They get reduced housing, which I have to pay full price for. And they have all the children they want, which I choose not to have children. I am paying state taxes for schools and I will never have a child. I don’t understand why they hate this country. This country is supporting them, from soup to nuts and they have the nerve to hate this country. They call wherever they came from THEIR COUNTRY, well excuse me. If their country is so great why don’t they go back there. We American’s will not miss them.


AM901251
Comment posted March 17, 2011 @ 11:26 pm

Donald Trump for president would be a strike of considerable “Genius.”
Donald is a business man with a history to prove that. America desperately
needs to get itself back into the fact of doing business in order to prosper and
grow !


Joy
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 12:17 am

what are Trumps policies? do not be fooled by his arrogance coz he will disappoint you misrebly. Trump is rich and famous but that does not mean that other world leaders will shrink and bow when he rumbles. i would like to hear him talk about uplifting seniors, the middle class and the poor in this country and not just “he is not afraid to make decisions that will hurt his image”.


Guest
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 12:37 am

Donald is a breath of fresh air. This is what our country needs someone with keen business sense and the couragae to do what is right for the American people with out the usual “political” backhanded connections. I will be glad to work on a campain.,


snapples
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 1:12 am

Trump said today he could spend up to $600 MILLION dollars of his own money to run. He also played the birther card. He also said he gets along better with poor people better than he does w/ the rich. How many poor people do you know who have an extra $600 MILLION to spend on an election?

The Donald’s fake run for President is cornball. It’s as cheesy as Velvetta & just as fake.


Mjmiller1971
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 1:44 am

We need someone who will run this country like a business!! If he runs he’s got my vote!!


CritcalThinker101
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 5:49 am

Wow. Are you all serious? We would the laughing stock of the world! Even more so than when Bush Jr. was president.The guy knows real estate. What in the heck does this have to do with being president??? All the people backing Turmp are just another sign of how backwards this country is :(


CritcalThinker101
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 5:49 am

Wow. Are you all serious? We would the laughing stock of the world! Even more so than when Bush Jr. was president.The guy knows real estate. What in the heck does this have to do with being president??? All the people backing Turmp are just another sign of how backwards this country is :(


Bbelch
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 2:47 pm

We dont have any money to gamble. So I say Gamble away haha. THe Don Won for pres


Bbelch
Comment posted March 18, 2011 @ 2:50 pm

Everyone is freaking out because he is not a politician. Maybe thats not such a bad thing. Chew on that for a minute.


GoDonaldTrump
Comment posted March 19, 2011 @ 1:15 am

I think its high time for Donald to enter the presidential race. We are going to need a new Andrew Jackson who was a constitutionalist who so vehemently opposed any outside international banking interest controlling the United States economy. The Federal Reserve Bank. Most of you probably are under the illusion this is a government agency it is not. The British banking (Rothschild international banking) propped up the Bank in the early 20th century and controls who is on the Federal Reserve Board that manipulates our monetary system.

Wake Up America for the sake of your children and our republic!!!!


Dallaswhite303
Comment posted March 19, 2011 @ 2:56 am

I welcome Mr. Trump to run for president, not sure if I would vote for him yet. A successful business man may be what our government needs, however, successfull businesses are not afraid to lay off employees for the bottom dollar. That is not what we need. I think it would be very interesting for the issues to be thrown out there and answered by someone who is not afraid of upsetting someone. And to all you ignorants out there, just because someone is brown and speaks spanish does not mean they are Mexican or here illegally.


Talleyho
Comment posted March 19, 2011 @ 3:48 am

Wait, what did Barak Obama know about being President with his superficial background? Oh . . . I guess you are right.


Brad
Comment posted March 19, 2011 @ 1:05 pm

I’m a successful business man. I’ll buy you a ticket. Which dictator-inspired country would you like to go to? Perhaps one riddled with Al-Quada or one still reeling from apartheid. People that complain about the Greatest Country on Earth should leave. How about all the stars that said if Bush was re-elected they’d move to Canada? I’ll buy their tickets too! If I didn’t have the opportunity I did in this country I could’nt afford to pay for all the people still on public assistance. I’ve lived in other countries and you can’t even imagine what it’s like untl you’ve been there. Canada? Many pay almost 50% of their pay in taxes. Africa? The crime and pillage is unimaginable (and that’s their politicians). Asia? Want to talk about low and employee rights? Didn’t think so. Europe? Beautiful place, but gas is still over $5 (that would be a liter). Quit crying and either do something about your “terrible situation” or leave. There are many people out there that would happily buy you a ticket to another country! With my business sense, I can tell you, it would be less expensive in the long run!!! B


Yourdum
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 2:33 am

That makes about as much sense as teats on a pigeon.


Jojo
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 3:41 am

The guy is rich, but he’s really not that intelligent. He inherited his business, and has already had to file for bankruptcy. There are plenty of businessmen who probablt could do a good job, but definitely not Donald Trump. Could you see any past president being involved in a public fued with Rosie O’Donnell?


Rickbran
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 5:38 am

he has my vote


Rickbran
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 5:43 am

i believe he is great buis. man & will be good 4 our great country we need this very badley at this time in the countrys situation thx. 4 listining


Rickbran
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 5:48 am

thats it he is not a polition love it 2 many lobbiest in there


Rickbran
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 5:52 am

how do you like whats going on now?


Rickbran
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 5:54 am

obama u should be impeached!!!!!!!!!


Dadt7
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 12:41 pm

donald trump makes more sense about how to run the government and pay for these military operations than any pres. i have ever heard.this man needs to run this country He talks like the average American.


not_an_idiot
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 3:30 pm

are you retarded????????????????


not_an_idiot
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 3:32 pm

Thank You!


Drivebyrunner1
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 10:23 pm

I love how you people keep saying the “rich stay richer”. Thats because the middle class pays for all the welfare and food stamps for these other worthless Americans. They need to be fired. I just love how people get more back on their taxes than they made that year just because they spawned some more worthless lives that nibble at the bit!


Gimp
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

You spelled politician wrong rick


Gimp
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

You spelled politician wrong rick


Redraven117
Comment posted March 21, 2011 @ 10:38 pm

ur name doesn’t proceed you! your the idiot donald will do verry well becaus there are many in the white house that need to be fired….out of a cannon


Unioncarpenter492
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 1:13 am

You mean for profit?


Unioncarpenter492
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 1:16 am

Donald Trump is A good example of the people who drove the economy over a cliff in the first place.


Hendrickson1800
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 6:54 am

Donald Trump is a great man and deserves all of our support! We all need to support him and ourselves!!!! FREEEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Hendrickson1800
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 6:55 am

Everyone reading this copy and paste my last message. forget the hate!!! lets all work together!!!!


guest
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 5:55 pm

him or someone like minded needs to run we need cahnge and it needs to happen now we need our country back


Jnorris
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 5:58 pm

we already are the laughing stock


Jnorris
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 6:00 pm

China and Saudi Arabia are making a profit off us us as we speak. It is time we even the playing field. We defend countires at our own expense and then we OWE them. How does that work?


Monteleone14
Comment posted March 22, 2011 @ 8:10 pm

Some of the biggest issues in our country today have to do with the housing market. Supply and demand is way out of whack, forcing long term interest rates downward. The economy struggles as people lose their homes, credit is not made available, job markets plunge. My home was the worst investment I ever made…sad but true. Maybe we need someone ‘real estate’ minded. Even if Trump fixed this one issue during his term in office, it would be a larger accomplishment than Obama’s lip service…


Braddaton
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 12:41 am

All he would have to do is run for president,!!! You got this Donald, do it


Braddaton
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 12:45 am

Wake up, we already are the Laughing stock of the world,


Janet Wilson
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 3:38 pm

I believe Donald Trump would make an awesome President. He is straight forward, he has made billions with his intelligence, and doesn’t take any bull. Why not elect someone who has the knowledge, know how, and back bone, to make sure this country makes the money it should.


Donald's Fan
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 4:30 pm

You think that world is not laughing at the current president?! What about Bill Clinton?! Forgot about this one?
You should broaden you horizons and get info from somewhere else than CNN!
At least Donald knows that you have to make money if you short not print more!!! Then toss what you just printed because there was an error! This is what world is laughing at!!!!!! Now it’s the most backwards as it gets!


Donald's Fan
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 4:48 pm

Obama’s idea of majority of the country being on welfare is not working out so great!!! Isn’t it??? Somebody has to work and I don’t mean: Chinese!!!
What happened to the “American Dream” that brought all these immigrants here. They wanted to work hard and make good money not work hard and have it taken away to support lazy people, whose income is having kids!!! That why they came here and they left this bullshit behind!!!
WTF is going on in this country??????????????
I hope Donald Trump is going to run for president!


Donald's Fan
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 4:54 pm

China is rich because US is stupid!!! Can you see it?!
Also “america’s acting as the policeman of the world” is destroying this country! US is so engaged with other country problems and let everyting in here to fall apart!!!
First clean up your own yard and then if you have time and energy help clean up your neighbor yard!!!!!!


Donald's Fan
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 5:01 pm

Amen! Well said! Who cares about how many wives he had! Irrelevant!!!! At least he is taking care of all of his kids!!!!
I like his character and he would be perfect for president!


the rest of the world
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 7:28 pm

Bush jr. was the worst pres. you ever had, and Obama could never reach his level of failure.

I’d back Trump for president because I’m convinced the he’d ruin the USA faster than anyone could (maybe except Palin), so your horrible parasitic bad excuse of a superpower finally gets the shameful end it deserves and the rest of the world can live in peace without you ignorant fucks using up all our resources and wreaking havoc with your senseless wars of aggression.

That’s what the rest of the world thinks about the USA, roughly. Just so you know.


Guest
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 7:47 pm

“America acts as the policeman of the world. They help every country”

Do you really believe that? Really? That is a sad, sad state of affairs.


Kip
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

You’re a asshole.


Kip
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

An.


Dramaticvisions
Comment posted March 23, 2011 @ 10:52 pm

driveby isnt an a hole he’s being honest welfare takes away alot from hard working people


Thomasjoshua78
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 1:02 am

I think Donald Trump would make a GREAT President.


biggovernementisnottheanswer
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 3:55 am

Spoken like a true socialist…remember entrepreneurs (like Donald Trump) risk everything so that people like you, unioncarpenter492, can have a job…whether you work for a public or private union…remember that it is, was, and always will be an entrepreneur that will end up paying your salary one way or another.


PentqagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 4:39 am

yourdum Your name Fits you all to well “idiot”


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 4:53 am

Most of you idiots elected obama and he a politician.
Obama is about as stupid dumb wussy as you can get and now look at our country.
GOP are the only politicians trying to protect our rights and our international reputation. Donnald Trump has my vote.
Soon all the people that voted for Obama will not have a job. Democrats, let that tears of pain start falling from your eyes if they are not already and realize that dumb people vote for dumb people.
I blame all the idiots that voted for obama for the problems our nation has at the present moment. Obama show us all your dam birth certificate!!!


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 5:05 am

is CNN still on the air? I thought they were like MSNBC which no one watches anymore. Both Networks don’t even have ratting’s anymore.
World is laughing at our great nation because the majority of our country voted for a dumb stupid idiot president (Obama)
This is the First time I am ashamed of being an american!!!
Donnald Trump is the only chance for Hopes and Dreams to come alive.
Democrats let me ask you an easy question you can understand OK?
How are those hopes and dreams going for you now? And don’t lie!
Reason why democrats are so stupid dumb is because they believe stupid dumb people “Fact” Goverment won’t help you become successful nor will they help you learn to be smart. You have todo this on your own!
I started my first company with only $20.00 in my pocket. Now I own 3 companies and have over 100 employees that work for me.
My employees have more benefits than the unions offers and there are no union dues.


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 5:07 am

I love it :)
You know Donnald will do just that when he wins the presidency.
I have no doubt.


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 5:11 am

Joy your too stupid dumb to know the difference about smart people, you need to go back to school and learn what it means to be Smart!!


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 5:11 am

Joy your too stupid dumb to know the difference about smart people, you need to go back to school and learn what it means to be Smart!!


PentagonMaster
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 5:36 am

Obama is trying to ruin our great nation. Donald Trump is our only chance to gain back the respect we lost in just two years of the Obama administration. Not only did Obama triple our national debt but he is solely responsible for the loss of jobs and unemployment in our country.
Obama Care is a JOKE!
Thank our father in heaven that the republicans took back the house to stop this ignorant foolishness that the democrats put upon our nation.
Neaguy 05:04 PM on 3/21/2008
143 Fans
Mr. Obama,
You cannot lead the country very well at all, if you continue to deny truth

Jeremiah’s church Obama has gone to for 20 years. Obama states he never heard racism in the pews.
Shell I go on and on and on? NO
We Americans know that Obama is a liar and that is a Clear Stated Fact!
Obama is not bright enough to carry GWB’s lunch box.
Donald Trump is our only chance to regain the respect our great nation lost in just two years of the Obama error .
China will have to pay their dues.
Donald Trump will clearly turn our country around on the right path to success!
Thanks for your (you’re) time for reading and learning ?


guest
Comment posted March 24, 2011 @ 1:09 pm

We didn’t go into Afghanistan to save the Afghans from the terrorists. We did it in retaliation of a supposed terrorist attack. (I say supposed because I’m not positive who really was behind it.) We didn’t go into Iraq to save Iraqis. That would be counter-productive. And surely you would feel that you deserve compensation after your house was blown up by some air strike and all the roads in your city are blocked by roadblocks making traffic jams pretty ridiculous. You would feel you deserve compensation, maybe even vengeance if your house your people and your children were killed by U.S. Ordinance because of possible terrorists residing near there. We aren’t exactly doing them a huge favor.


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Blanca
Comment posted March 25, 2011 @ 6:07 pm

Why I think Donald Trump would make a GREAT president:

1- He’s STRATEGIC, SUCCESSFUL, and VERSATILE. (For the most part), He’s EARNED his way which makes him CAPABLE. In this way, he’s the OPPOSITE of George W. and Obama.

2- He doesn’t care what people think of him, so he’ll be more inclined to do the right thing, as opposed to doing the right thing for an ego stroke. In this way, he’s the OPPOSITE of Obama.

3- He’s said he’s willing to finance his campaign with his own $$$. In this way, he will OWN HIMSELF. No one will own him. Opposite of most former leaders, at least the ones for the last several terms.

4- He’s FUN to watch :).

5- He’s mature. Opposite of both George W. and Obama.


Wake the hell up America
Comment posted March 25, 2011 @ 11:52 pm

Let me tell you something. Since you supposedly speak for “the rest of the world”, let me ask what county you’re from. No matter where you go in THE WORLD (including 3rd world MUSLIM countries full of people who want nothing more than to kill Americans…….) the majority of the people who would like to immigrate to another country would rather come to THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Go check your facts buddy. And they want this because of our quality of life.

Let me ask you a question. Have you ever fought in another country and had a local person personally thank you for saving their lives? Probably not. You see, we don’t wage wars of aggression and we don’t wage wars for oil or for (insert excuse here). Whenever there is a problem in the world, the phone rings in Washington D.C. and it will continue to do so for many many years to come.

So before you go bashing us, take a good look in the mirror. We are not perfect here in America, and no one country on this planet is perfect in any way. You sound like every other ignorant F*CK out there who does not understand what’s really going on. Do yourself a favor, turn off your bullshit television, and go do some of your own research.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 26, 2011 @ 1:31 pm

New York sleazebag. What is the GOP thinking?


Steve Schrock10
Comment posted March 26, 2011 @ 2:14 pm

If Donald Trump if willing to force Barack’s hand on the eligibility issue, his chances of being the next president of the U.S. are extremely high, possibly as high as 80-90 percent.


Firelight9876
Comment posted March 26, 2011 @ 5:16 pm

I would vote for Donald in a skinny minute. I think he knows how to bring America back to the strength it once had. I would also love to hear him say, “Obama, You’re Fired”!


Le141068
Comment posted March 27, 2011 @ 8:27 pm

I will vote for him.


Vincent
Comment posted March 28, 2011 @ 3:30 am

If Obama doesn’t resign because he is a non-citizen, and Donald Trump wins the Republican Primary, I would absolutely vote for Donald Trump, because he is an
American with guts.


Vincent
Comment posted March 28, 2011 @ 3:39 am

In addition to my previous post, I would sincerely hope that Donald Trump is on the “life” side of the abortion killings. If he is “for” abortion in good consience, it would be a sin for me to vote for him.


Vivvalentine
Comment posted March 28, 2011 @ 8:42 pm

Seems like Donald Trump would be a good candidate with Herman Cain for his vp.


Vivvalentine
Comment posted March 28, 2011 @ 8:42 pm

Seems like Donald Trump would be a good candidate with Herman Cain for his vp.


Rkarkela
Comment posted March 28, 2011 @ 10:50 pm

Keep up your effort to get this President to produce his birth certificate! If you pick Herman Cain for V.P. you will have my support for President!


Anonymous
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 12:27 am

Every time he filed for bancruptcy, it cost taxpayers money. Keep your birth certificate, and pay your own bills


G. E. Shrader
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 3:06 am

Donald Trump, Your Country needs you; you are the ONLY national leader with the guts to ask the most difficult questions of the day; like how about a birth cirtificate for the President. This is very basic. In the meantime our Country is becoming increasingly in peril; yet national leaders do very little. We need someone, like you, that will stand up and be counted!!


G. E. Shrader
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 3:06 am

Donald Trump, Your Country needs you; you are the ONLY national leader with the guts to ask the most difficult questions of the day; like how about a birth cirtificate for the President. This is very basic. In the meantime our Country is becoming increasingly in peril; yet national leaders do very little. We need someone, like you, that will stand up and be counted!!


Mmack
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 4:19 am

It’s a complete travesty and insult to even mention or consider Trump for President! He should be impeached and put in jail now, not when he’s President!


Mmack
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 4:21 am

You got it! Totally agree with you!


Georgefrangullie
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 3:19 pm

GO TRUMP GO!!!!


Bengroes
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 4:02 pm

The country is ready for Donald Trump. Who else speaks out against Obama??


Daniel
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 4:18 pm

Tear him a new one Donald – The tuth about where Obama was really born should be known -its obvious something is being hidden or lied about -I`ll vote for you anyday – help bring our country back from where its heading !


Badgerman_24
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 6:53 pm

This is an interesting artical about Trump running in 12 http://joshtolley.wordpress.com/2011/03/01/the-trump-card/


PMarsh0613
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 8:32 pm

I love that Donald Trump would be the President and I’m also voting this time around for Lady Gaga for Vice President. How wonderful to know how to vote this early. I love it. Go Donald and Lady Gaga !!!


Pmarsh0613
Comment posted March 29, 2011 @ 8:39 pm

I agree. Then also you slobs with your $9.00 an hour will be done and starved to death. lol


i4nsicmd
Comment posted March 30, 2011 @ 12:04 am

Bet The Donald will tear Bernanke a new one! Go Trump Go!


Joeprotile
Comment posted March 30, 2011 @ 12:39 pm

yeah, its almost as silly as making Obama our President


ismellfeet
Comment posted March 30, 2011 @ 8:38 pm

If he makes it to become a president….i know 2012 is true


Lja0305
Comment posted March 30, 2011 @ 10:48 pm

I have been a democrat all my life but would vote for the Donald in a heart beat!!!!


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:34 am

OH MY GOD, YOU WOULD VOTE FOR THAT CLOWN? COME ON!!!! he’s more a celebrity than any other thing.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:35 am

YES! THE VOICE OF REASON!!!


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:35 am

YES! THE VOICE OF REASON!!!


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:37 am

YOU ARE fucking HIGH. apparently Hollywood has got ppl crazy.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:37 am

YOU ARE fucking HIGH. apparently Hollywood has got ppl crazy.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:38 am

and the vote of many other idiots.


Anonymous
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:38 am

and the vote of many other idiots.


Berna825
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:44 am

I listened to Donald Trump on Bill O’reilly and I think I could vote for him. The world is following apart. I appreciate how precise and honest his answers are and I think our country needs a mind like his to run the country in a strong business manner.


Steve
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:59 am

When someone spends over $1,000,000 in legal fees to suppress info on a birth certicate when $10 to make a copy would make the issue go away, I am suspicious. Why would anyone do that? Mr. Trump needs to emphasize the cost of suppression.


Steve
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:59 am

When someone spends over $1,000,000 in legal fees to suppress info on a birth certicate when $10 to make a copy would make the issue go away, I am suspicious. Why would anyone do that? Mr. Trump needs to emphasize the cost of suppression.


jk
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 1:21 am

no sounds like you are,or are you that stupid and unpoliticaly uneducated


When that which is good is bad
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 1:57 am

SORRY! She means voice of treason!!!


Now now
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 2:00 am

Someone’s puffing skin flutes again.


Steveq402
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:43 am

what is this country coming to that we would actually consider donald trump as a presidental candidate. he has no experience that is presidentialy worthy, he would turn this country into a buiness oriented country not helping the americans in the ways they need to be, which is helping the people finacially and helth wise, and getting the troops out of irag and the middle east including libiawhich they eventually end up getting overly involved in. saying tht he has no military experience either. please for the sake of america do not vote him into president.


Dagjr6
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:47 am

You can’t even spell! Donald Trump is an educated man and would be a great candidate for President.


Dagjr6
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:47 am

You can’t even spell! Donald Trump is an educated man and would be a great candidate for President.


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:55 am

You guys are nuts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You must be a Muslim or Gay and want to get married. God bless the Donald!!!!!!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:57 am

I like that thought process!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:03 am

Oh yea hey has balls!! Tells it like it is!!! We need a leader!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:04 am

Me to!!!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:05 am

OHHHHHHHH Yea! You are fired!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:06 am

What is Barrack hiding????? Show you card if you are a stand up person????? He has got to go!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:08 am

Blanca,
Great way to put it. Donald is one of a kind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Donald
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:09 am

Whats with the vulgar?????????????? Typical liberal


DdKong123
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:15 am

Donald Trump has more experience then the presidents we have had lately he runs several companies and can manage this country better then anybody we have seen run for office in along time. Donald knows how to manage his finances and would whip our countries economy into shape.


Matt5
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 6:24 am

You have to be kidding me saying he would be a bad president, all our past presidents have understood economics or law very well, or both. And Trumps strong suit is economics, and being a mogul of such amounts of real estates he is bound to know a decent amount about the law and going through with it since there is so much you must deal with, with those high amounts of real estate, frankly I would vote for him in a heart beat


Shroomydrew
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:10 pm

yeah really a typical liberal. duh hollywood has crazy people, u should take a visit


Bob
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 1:56 pm

and obama was qualified to run as a community organizer????????????????? you must be insane.


Kathkeaton
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 2:48 pm

Donald Trump is the only person at this time that could help make America great again. He is not a politition. He is a great business man.He has as much experience as Obama had when he ran for office. He does’t owe any political groups. He can hire the best of the best to help him run this country and might even listen to them unlike Obama who won’t listen to anyone but George Sorpos. He is a true American with the good of our country at heart. He is not in George Soros pocket and never will be. We need a businessman at this point who will stop the out of control spending what Obama started the moment he became President. Obama is a disgrace to the office of the Presidency.
I would love to see Donald Trump not only run but win. There are enough TRUE AMERICANS left who feel the same and would vote in a heart beat for Mr. Trump.
Run Donald Run !!! Your country needs you! You are our best hope for the future of America.


Einsteinsmomma
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 3:49 pm

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING!!!


Shroomydrew
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 4:50 pm

Trump 2012, hell yeah


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:43 pm

If “the donald” is in favor of pro life, then I would assume he would also be in favor of castrating the men that have taken part in these sexual escapades to create this pregnancy. I mean if you are going to FORCE a woman to HAVE A CHILD then the man that also took part in this creation should also pay some sort of price. Lord knows, obama-nation has stopped having his “bros” put in jail for lack of paying child support. So what is the price for the men to pay that help create these children too? They get to have all the fun and then the woman has to raise the child and pay for it etc. BULL S**T. Nobody, especially a MAN should have the right to tell a woman what SHE is or isn’t going to do with HER BODY.


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:43 pm

If “the donald” is in favor of pro life, then I would assume he would also be in favor of castrating the men that have taken part in these sexual escapades to create this pregnancy. I mean if you are going to FORCE a woman to HAVE A CHILD then the man that also took part in this creation should also pay some sort of price. Lord knows, obama-nation has stopped having his “bros” put in jail for lack of paying child support. So what is the price for the men to pay that help create these children too? They get to have all the fun and then the woman has to raise the child and pay for it etc. BULL S**T. Nobody, especially a MAN should have the right to tell a woman what SHE is or isn’t going to do with HER BODY.


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:44 pm

Yeah like Obama had any experience. geesh


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:47 pm

He’s smart unlike the villiage idiot we have now. You probably voted for Obamination didn’t ya?


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:49 pm

You are showing your lack of intelligence again. Put in jail? You must be speaking about our lying, underhanded, consitution breaking, tax evading president.


Goldiocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:51 pm

Couldn’t put your name huh. I’d be ashamed of saying that too.


Goldilocs
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:53 pm

Ummm helloooo, the president can’t produce his birth certificate because they aren’t done MAKING IT YET and hiding all the EVIDENCE and killing all the people involved in MAKING IT so nobody can talk about the FAKE CERTIFICATE.


Rejones
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 9:11 pm

If you will stop the GREED in the US, and promise to fight to stop the greed in the US, you could stand a chance of winning. GREED hurts all people all over the world, that is why we are where we are today. GREED. BJ


Brian Martin
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 10:14 pm

dude your trying to justify murder, which no matter what you say is WRONG. Besides its called ADOPTION if you really don’t want the baby thats a clear option. The only way i’d say abortion is tolerable is when a women is raped, or has underlying health issues. And even saying that it still hurts quiet a bit.


Cmt2081
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 11:15 pm

LMFAO……………..Trump CANNOT hold a marriage together……………AND you think he will hold the country together??????????? He is an arrogant SOB….. AND, he NEEDS a haircut………he looks like a SLOB, and NO SUIT will clean up his looks…………PIG/SLOB/SKENK


Guest
Comment posted March 31, 2011 @ 11:33 pm

I’d vote for him!


Drivett332
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:24 am

hell ya I would vote for him, and yes lets make Obama show his birth certificate and then maybe we can wipe his name from the presidential rolls when he cant produce it. When it says you have to be a natural born citizen to become the president then you should have to produce a birth certificate and have the state where you were born verifiy that its reall. Other wise whats to stop someone from coming into this country, then becoming president and running this country into the toilet just like Obama is doing.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:28 am

The Donald personifies the classic statement Jerry McGurie (Tom Cruise) made when he said “The things people think, but do not say.” Trump will be the only one to say those things, and I bet there is a good % of the population that agrees with him on certain important issues. Granted, he might not be the most polished, but at least he represents “what you see is what you get.” Much better than what we have now and in the past, where words mean little and there is way too much disconnect between what is done versus what is said would get done.


Rbnfndly
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:33 am

i hope he runs even if he dosent get the republican nomination he could run as an independant and probably win the election. i know hes got my vote. 1


Rbnfndly
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:33 am

i hope he runs even if he dosent get the republican nomination he could run as an independant and probably win the election. i know hes got my vote. 1


Drivett332
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:35 am

and Steve where did Obama get his experience from oh I know it was on the job training. Obama also has no military service or experience. unless its in an alkida training camp. and why should we help the people finacially and health wise where does it say in the constitution that we have to it should be done on the local level in the form of chrity. Oh and the troops are coming out of Iraq. As for libia look out he is just getting started and all this from a man that didnt want us in Iraq or afganastan and we have even less right to want to be in libia. grow up and open your eyes we need someone that is not a career politician in the white house someone that just might stop spending this country into bankruptcy. Because if it doesnt stop we just might have to learn chinese


Drivett332
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 12:35 am

and Steve where did Obama get his experience from oh I know it was on the job training. Obama also has no military service or experience. unless its in an alkida training camp. and why should we help the people finacially and health wise where does it say in the constitution that we have to it should be done on the local level in the form of chrity. Oh and the troops are coming out of Iraq. As for libia look out he is just getting started and all this from a man that didnt want us in Iraq or afganastan and we have even less right to want to be in libia. grow up and open your eyes we need someone that is not a career politician in the white house someone that just might stop spending this country into bankruptcy. Because if it doesnt stop we just might have to learn chinese


Downriver52
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 1:23 am

u r an asshole


Downriver52
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 1:26 am

run Donald run. u r the best hope this country has to become great “again”.


Smith1
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 1:47 am

I THINK HE SHOULD RUN
I have no clue about the direction that Republicans and Democrats these days want to take this country. They are too indecisive or POLITICAL. Trump is a breath of fresh air.


Legaleagle2013
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:33 am

I WOULD VOTE FOR TRUMP…. he is NOT a polician and you always know where he stands!!!


CG
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:34 am

about 6 months ago i was talking with one of my friends about how we need someone to run that would tell it like it is and not be affraid to ask the more difficult questions. Now i hear that Trump is thinking about running. I can’t say for sure how he would be, but then again no one can, however I would vote for him. He may not have any “leadership” background when it comes to politics, but he does have the leadership that it takes to make a multi-million dollar company run successfully from the ground up. We need someone that has the business sense to listen to the “advisors” under him and make his own decisions for the better. We were promised change, but the only change we really got was a larger national debt. I want to see where Trump stands on a few issues before I say that I would definately vote for him, but for now he’s my number 1 pick.


Legaleagle2013
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:38 am

I didnt vote for obama the first time and I certainly wont vote for him again. everybody bought his lies. 3 family members have lost their jobs, we are in ANOTHER war (but he calls it humanitarian effort), we look like wussy cowards, and are in more debt than ever before. In his campaign he said CHANGE….. but he didnt say change for the worse!!! obama is wimp. people should have listened to mcCain when it was report obama voted “neutral” in the senate over 100 times….. weasal ass cant make up his mind. so now we have the UN, the Urban League AND Nato leading us….or is it France this week?


Patty Friedman
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 4:06 am

Oh my God Donald Trump is exactly what we need in our great country that has been beaten down by so many complex factors. It makes one want to weep it so sad. There is no one out there who has the mental acumen and a fantastic clarity of vision of problem solving the mess we are in. What our politicians need is a career change. They are not working for the American people let alone our presence on the global stage. Please help our country and run for President Mr. Trump. I think your wife would be a great first lady.


CG
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 4:27 am

All i have to say about Clinton is atleast he didn’t put us some umpteen trillion dollars in debt. The US has lost it’s pair of balls somewhere in the last 20-30 years and it’s time we take a stand and get ourselves out of this debt along with making oursleves less oil dependent.


SAMJONES0306
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 6:26 am

I hope to God Trump runs he,s got my vote he,s the only one out there that,s got balls and a stirn fist to tell these other countries how things are going to work or else and to bring back jobs back to America this country is going down the toilet quick if we don,t get rid of this dope thats in there now, Obama no,s nothing about being a leader for the people of this country and I don,t believe he really cares about us at all SO PEOPLE WAKE UP WE NEED TO KICK THIS DOPE OUT IN THE STREET


Buck7583
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 10:00 am

Donald Trump for President just sound like music to my ears, funny I was watching Bill O’reilly’s No Spin Zone Thursday night when Bill was interviewing Mr. Trump and everything that Mr. Trump was saying was exactly what I’ve been saying in front of the TV every day, conquer Iraq, claim the oil in Iraq, Iran will not have a nuke, put China in its place, and stop kissing everybody’s ass around the world and be proud of our nation instead of apologizing for our place on the world stage, our great nation has fought for over 200 years to be the republic we are today, everybody else has had the same time to get their nations straightened out, why not be proud of what we are and who we are, lets kick some ass Donald, that is Mr. President elect…Buck


Buck7583
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 10:00 am

Donald Trump for President just sound like music to my ears, funny I was watching Bill O’reilly’s No Spin Zone Thursday night when Bill was interviewing Mr. Trump and everything that Mr. Trump was saying was exactly what I’ve been saying in front of the TV every day, conquer Iraq, claim the oil in Iraq, Iran will not have a nuke, put China in its place, and stop kissing everybody’s ass around the world and be proud of our nation instead of apologizing for our place on the world stage, our great nation has fought for over 200 years to be the republic we are today, everybody else has had the same time to get their nations straightened out, why not be proud of what we are and who we are, lets kick some ass Donald, that is Mr. President elect…Buck


Honey
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 11:48 am

Okay, not to comment on Donald Trump’s personal standing, however, is he not heavily involved with Wall Street? You know, the problem that resulted in this huge economic downturn?
Furthermore, conquer Iraq? I do believe this nation prides itself on its love oand protection of FREEDOM not CONQUEST. Bring us into conquest and the country’s entire basis bites the dust.
And yea, you can say I will do this and that and the other thing. Doing it is another thing. This will be an issue with any president. Yes, I believe presidents can be way to political, and so can any other nation. Thing is, sometimes you have to be (especially since no one else is being “unpolitical”).


Becky Britton
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:15 pm

Would love to see Donald Trump run against Obama. The Republicans need someone who will stand up to Obama and call him on all his lies and deceptions. Mr. Trump would definitely be more than capable of that.


KMAY24
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:24 pm

MR. TRUMP

PLEASE RUN FOR PRESIDENT. WE ARE IN NEED OF A LEADER. I DO NOT WANT TO SEE MY NATION DIE.

KENNETH L. MAY


Espynbozo
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 3:42 pm

I hope Mr Trump runs for president. America is ready for a “no nonsense , tell it like it is” president. Kind of reminds me of Ronald Reagan.


Vicky
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 6:52 pm

I would most definitely vote for Donald Trump for president…


usafwife09
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 8:56 pm

now im only 19, and i had never heard of donald trump until a few years ago… but he has quickly became a big influence in my life… he doesnt care about speaking his mind, and he wont let other countries walk all over us… he knows how to lead a group of people, and he would be great at leeading this country into possibly some of the best times in a while… i havent registered to vote, bc i was a few months shy of voting AGAINST Obama, but i am going to register asap to vote so i can vote for DONALD TRUMP!!! :)


usafwife09
Comment posted April 1, 2011 @ 8:56 pm

now im only 19, and i had never heard of donald trump until a few years ago… but he has quickly became a big influence in my life… he doesnt care about speaking his mind, and he wont let other countries walk all over us… he knows how to lead a group of people, and he would be great at leeading this country into possibly some of the best times in a while… i havent registered to vote, bc i was a few months shy of voting AGAINST Obama, but i am going to register asap to vote so i can vote for DONALD TRUMP!!! :)


Bryanlong
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 12:45 am

Mr. Trump is has made a great deal of money by making sound business decisions. Popular decisoins? Not always. Taking care of business? Yes.
Our country is in an economic crisis because we are not balancing our budget, we are not making sound business decisoins. We help so many other countries, many sincerely in need, yet we seldom receive anything in return for this foriegn aid. We are wasteful in our spending at home and abroad. Time for someone to run this country as if it were a huge corporation on the brink of financial disaster because that is what we have. Time for every person everywhere to stop expecting a bailout and a handout for every little problem so that we would have funds to help where there is true need. Time for legislature to stop wasting time and money debating every little issue and deal with the big ones first. Time to say, we will loan your country this amount to do what needs to be done, let’s arrange a repayment plan. Time to be honest and realize that as a country we will never agree on certain personal, non-political issues, ie abortion, same sex marriage but we can agree that we are in trouble and we need someone with the brains to fix it. Trumps got my vote.


Phil
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 1:12 am

I would agree. He has a lot of our interest in running for President of the United States. So far He is looking like the best candidate for the GOP that could win.


Bryanlong
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 1:41 am

Two people have sex and create a pregnancy. It is not the voters business how they choose to deal with the pregnancy. This isn’t about pro life or pro abortion. It is about the financial crisis facing our country right now. We will never agree on many personal issues and have wasted too much time and money on arguments for or against these issues. If you are pro life, don’t ever get an abortion. If you are pro abortion, it will be an option for you. When China calls in ALL the American debt that it owns, you will need to learn to argue about the issue in Chinese and it will not seem politically important anymore.


Fredzi
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 2:01 am

I agree that nobody, especially a MAN should have the right to tell a woman what SHE is or isn’t going to do with HER BODY. If you REALLY believe that, then there wouldn’t be any reason to be against any pro-lifer. The woman would be included (not just some MAN) in being able to make their own decisions, decisions about having sex in the first place, without the pill or other protection…it comes down to taking personal responsibility for ones SELF.


Fredzi
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 2:08 am

All I can say is GO TRUMP GO!!!


Anonymous
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 3:38 am

I would vote for Trump. We need a shaking and waking up folks…


Dougo56x
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 4:51 am

Trump is one stupid person. He just loves publicity. You thought Bush was bad, this guy is a joke.


Martybasso
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 5:15 am

I would vote for Mr. Trump simply because he is not a politician.


Pchalmers
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 5:27 am

change doesnt always means for the better, don’t forget it


Mforneris
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 2:34 pm

IF ONLY WE COULD GET A SMART MAN LIKE DONALD TRUMP . TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT. HE HAS BRAINS AND GUT’S TO GET THE JOB DONE. HE ALSO KNOW A LOT ABOUT FOREIGN COUNTRY S FROM DEALING WITH THEM. HE KNOW WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT THE USA BEHIND ARE BACKS. TIME TO GET A REAL MAN IN OFFICE NOT A NOBODY. MR TRUMP IS A SMART BUSINESS MAN SO LET’S GET IT DONE . VOTE TRUMP AND GET IT DONE. WE NEED A REAL MAN FOR PRESIDENT THAT THINKS LIKE THE REST OF US FEEL.


PatKeevers
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 3:07 pm

Donald should run for president as an independent I for one am sick of dems.& reps. w/years of arguing & never doing anything for the people unless its in their favor


Maria Melvin52
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 4:14 pm

TRUMP for president? Absolutely!!! Get these socialists out of DC. We need someone who understands true economics. Go for it Donald, you have my VOTE!!!


Kjacob
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 6:30 pm

I know Donald Trump loves our great country and could help get us back to being #1 in the world. Our present and past administrations have given the the top title to China. I’ve heard Donald Trump speak about this and I know he would start taxing all foreign import to the USA and maybe we could start finding more merchandise to purchase that was actually made in the USA. Run for President and this 70 year old democrat will vote for you in a heartbeat. I’m already campaigning because I think Donald Trump is what this country needs.


Kjacob
Comment posted April 2, 2011 @ 6:30 pm

I know Donald Trump loves our great country and could help get us back to being #1 in the world. Our present and past administrations have given the the top title to China. I’ve heard Donald Trump speak about this and I know he would start taxing all foreign import to the USA and maybe we could start finding more merchandise to purchase that was actually made in the USA. Run for President and this 70 year old democrat will vote for you in a heartbeat. I’m already campaigning because I think Donald Trump is what this country needs.


shazeeda
Comment posted April 3, 2011 @ 12:24 am

I know Thrump will do a great job for all the Americans also on jobs peopleo over work one person in the job that why job rates is going up on e person do 5 person job and these peopleo getting health issue , becuase of job stress and their is no control on job and rent in new york I will really glad is Thrump can help our country the schools need more progress more program even every parents pay one dollar to regester the kids that can help for the school the isuurance company should have at leat a dollar dopay to generate that money toward the insurance most goverment insurance [peopleo dont pay copay I understand the country is getting at a low level is atacking all generation from birth to death We need a man who know how to run money and not spending too much who like to save to invest who alway think America have the best to offer and who always think this is a rich copuntry but poor administration Our country is the best but we need u to make it grow for our kids , our older and for everyone


Shelleys48
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 1:22 am

You are a Fool!!


Shelleys48
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 1:34 am

Donald Trump is “Pro Life” and is not comfortable with Gay Marriage. He also committed to putting a Import tax on all imports from China, untill the stop manipulating their currency.


Mdeslaur
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 5:33 am

do any of you people backing donald trump actally read a newspaper the man does not give a shit about this country or any of you he only cares about money and collecting as much as he can he doesent even own his own casinos in atlantic city a bank sold them to someone else after he collected as much money out of them as he could and filed bankrupse leaving tax payers to foot the bill and he left a lot of hard working people out of work and money cause the bank dowsized his casinos to try to recoop their money wich is what he does with most of his buisnesses would you really want him to collect all the money out of your country and file bankrupse you cant affored donald trump as president


Kjacob
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 6:12 am

We cannot afford four more years of Obama as president!


Harthunt
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 2:19 pm

Trump is trying to trump obama out by trying to make out that he was not born in this country. give me a break, can’t you read a birth certifacate? 50% of republicans do not believe he was born in this country, must be 50% of republicans can also not read.


Harthunt
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 2:24 pm

Just what we need another filthy rich a hole who thinks he know how to run a country, where does he get all of his knowledge? from his tv show? ha ha


Lawrence T "of AL"
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 3:12 pm

WAKE UP ” AMERICA “… Do not KID yourself .. DONALD TRUMP is the only candidate that if elected ( WOULD NOT OWE A HALF-A-MILLION FAVORS ) to hire people that contributed to his campaign…but… he would hire the best people for the job… ALL of the other candidates have to raise money for their campaign…… DONALD i do believe would do what’s right for AMERICA and give us some respect and bring jobs back to AMERICA..


Warren Trammell
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 3:17 pm

we must have a real business leader with guts and strength to fight China and the rest of the world!!!


Museibrahim
Comment posted April 4, 2011 @ 5:02 pm

oh my god are you people blind? rich people don”t care about anybody but them self. if this country elects Donald trump for president it will be in worse ship then it is now. Donald trump just wants to get more richer and popular. so boo trump


Colton
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 12:32 am

We NEED someone like Trump in the office. He has run his buisness’ very well. He has commented about decisions the gov. has made and had very good points like “whats in it for us?” He’s all about making a profit and thats what our counrty needs in this day in age. I think along with many people that he would be one of the best presidents we have had. A billion times better the Osama Obama!


Buster
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 2:16 am

I like what Donald Trump says, maybe since he isn’t a politician he may mean it. No other republicans show me anything, but I saw Trump on Oprah today and feel many people will not vot for him because of his trite, arragont attitude, and self aggrandizement! He needs to show the country something he is not doing and that is how he humbly wants to do what is best for the average American. He gives me the impression he won’t be just the President of the US, but will be President Trump. He needs to get a haircut and get rid of that dishwater blond hair to be believable!


Bws2007
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 4:26 am

you r dumb we have no beef with china @ this time jack ass


Bws2007
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 4:27 am

TRUMP 4 President = Money in the bank for us and the US of A


Bws2007
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 4:33 am

we only get worse to get better jack ass


Bws2007
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 4:35 am

hes not a actual polician but he has owned a business for year and has been secsesful for years with money and making people money so i think he can make us some money for us and our nation


Aatmt
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 10:05 am

I think Donald Trump is just what we need in the White House. A very smart, intelligent, well educated business man who knows how to get a job done with no money ax to grind. He does not need more money so will not be a Washington game player. I can’t want to find out if he will run. I would vote for him in a heartbeat!


Aatmt
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 10:06 am

I agree! About times the USA was considered for money for us instead of giving it away with no accountability.


Aatmt
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 10:08 am

Do you actually know any rich people? Rich people like who? I don’t think you know what you are talking about. Who do you suggest?, President Obama again?


Macdonal L
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 3:31 pm

Mr. Trump, I am thrilled with the ideas of charging other countries for our services of protection and organization. The U.S. is becoming strickingly weak, as we continue to aid others into peace. Our country needs to get rid of all the unecessary Administrative buildings that have become costly and at all levels they direct the lives of Americans. They are not elected officials, just beurocrats given a job. When we here regulations, it comes from administrative agencies.There is so much money this country could save, and I question why we are not getting oil from our own counrty when we have so much of it. Maybe we need someone like you in office, we, us, American people need a voice, because we are not being heard by those in office now!!!!!


Ellano68
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 5:26 pm

I think you are totally wrong. Please do more reading & research. Donald Trump is a very accomplished, successful businessman & has won so many honors over the years, & in various fields! He’s written some excellent books also (one which is considered a business classic!) Also, he cares for people & has given a lot to charity. As for our country’s financial condition, it can’t get much worse than it is now! He is a very wealthy man so getting richer personally is not his goal–restoring our country’s prosperity & dignity are his goals. We cannot afford NOT to have a man like Donald Trump for President.


Ellano68
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 5:47 pm

You are wrong. We have a big beef with China–you need to watch some of Trump’s videos or just watch the news! We have lost so many jobs overseas (especially in Asia–China & India, etc.) that we hardly have a manufacturing base in our country any more. We buy tons of products from China & they need to buy lots more from the U.S. because we definitely have a huge trade imbalance with them. Mr. Trump suggests that we put a 25% tax on all Chinese products & give our U.S. companies a chance to compete with them. I couldn’t agree more–we needs jobs in this country & a manufacturing base here. The Chinese are also starting their own aircraft manufacturing business, which will hurt us also. I think we do not need more of the same, but we need a Republican candidate who thinks outside the box! P.S. I used to be a liberal but the older I get the more conservative I get–seeing the path in which our country is headed.


Ellano68
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 5:55 pm

Just want to add one comment. Walmart is the biggest company in the history of the world. Most of their products come from China (I read 99% in one place). Walmart does provide us with jobs here in their stores, but think how many more jobs would be available in this country, if they bought from our American-based businesses. Besides that, the U.S. makes better products than does China!


Ellano68
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 6:13 pm

I for one am not interested in Mr. Trump’s romantic life (how many past Presidents have had scandals or perfect married lives?). I am interested in his capabilities & WHAT he can do for my country. Also, I don’t care about what is ON his head–I do care about what is IN his head. O’bama has had only one wife; O’bama has experience organizing communities. Give me a break!


Thea Goodman
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 10:47 pm

Don’t get your hopes up too much,my friends.

The Donald has the best spin masters available to make him into a self-made man of the people which I almost believed myself until I did the background on him

Mr. Trump’s father,Fred Trump, was the fortune maker in this family –a fabulously wealthy man. Donald Trump was no poor boy and elitist as they come.

Mr. Trump will be the “spoiler” candidate just like Ross Perot was only THIS time, Mr. Trump comes with a fuller cachet of celebrity and glamour and name recognition and is much more suave with infinite media savvy.

He donates $ to Rahm Emmanuel & other neocon candidates.


Bradfannin
Comment posted April 5, 2011 @ 10:51 pm

I can only hope the Americans in this great nation under God! Can see the Donald for who he realy is.I mean this is a guy who loves this country,hes strong he will fight for the people.He dont need money or fame so rule that out, he just wants to help our country.This guy is the real deal.Forget his past or anything they dig up,they should be scared in our goverment if he gets in office because all the crooks will be delt with the days of the American people being screwd will be over.! Also just to touch on ,he just wants the rich richer CRAP!!!!! HOW MANEY PEOPLE DO YOU EMPLOY! we need the rich to spend we need people to get richer.


Jeanie
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 12:17 am

You hit the nail on the head……….And, I cannot take another four years of Obama. He is destroying our country bit by bit. We need a Donald Trump and fast.


Jeanie
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 12:19 am

I agree…..who would you want to run with him as VP???


Steve
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 1:28 am

I don’t know where Obama was born, but explain this. Why would anyone spend over a milllion dollars in legal fees to prevent access to a birth certificate when a 10 dollar bill to make a copy would fix everything?


Steve
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 1:28 am

I don’t know where Obama was born, but explain this. Why would anyone spend over a milllion dollars in legal fees to prevent access to a birth certificate when a 10 dollar bill to make a copy would fix everything?


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 8:33 am

OK I’ll answer this one; If Mr. Trump was going to run as President, and I sincerely wish he does, I believe the Vice President would be Jan Brewer governor of Arizona or Michele Bachmann, now how about those apples, this would give us great representation of the immigration issues first hand, which must be addressed, OK let me have it kids……..Buck


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 8:48 am

Howdy Guy’s; Listen I ask you this; What does Donald have to gain by being President? Really nothing but having the chance of being one of the best Presidents of all times, think about it kids, he doesn’t need the money, he’s accomplished about everything one person could possibly wish to accomplish in a life time, but if he were president he could gain one thing, that would be his legacy, he could get in there and set up an administration that would kick ass and take names, and straighten this country out or at least get it going in the
right direction and go down as one of the best President of all times, and that would be a big notch on his belt, do you think he really needs to run for the glamor of it? No! I believe he is sincere about getting this country on track and we couldn’t do any worse, and look at President Obama’s campaign money, he is going to have over a billion dollars to spend on his reelection campaign, tell me one potential republican candidate that can come up against that kind of money? There is none, and like it or not it’s all about the money and Donald has no issues with money, I say let’s go for it and give the man a chance, Donald Trump is a true American hero and a financial icon, hell we gave Obama a chance when all he had was 180 days in the senate……..Go Donald…………Buck


Ellano68
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 2:39 pm

I’m not concerned with who his father was, how much money he had, or the fact that Donald was born privileged in many ways. What impresses me about Donald Trump is how he at an early age showed his determination & desire to succeed at anything he did. The fact that he majored in economics with a concentration in finance is no small factor. He has proved his brilliance in so many ways. I believe that he would be just the man to save our troubled country.


Ellano68
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 2:47 pm

Thanks, Buck! You are right on the money. This is not really a factor, but I was just thinking that one dictionary meaning of his last name (“Trump”) is: “a winning card,” “a person upon whom one can depend.”) Just thought that was interesting. Go, Trump!


Debsmith5065
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 4:40 pm

The only thing Donald Trump would accomplish if he was elected president is to send the US Government to bankruptcy court.

The man and his businesses have filed for bankruptcy protection more times than should be allowed.


Hammac224
Comment posted April 6, 2011 @ 6:32 pm

Because Trump is NOT a politician, he’s exactly who we need in Washington. Our Republican family supports him 100%.


Zislis2
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:20 am

EVERY SINGLE POLITICIAN IS RICH YOU DUMBASS AND YOURE RIGHT THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT US. thinking that the rich don’t care about the poor is an immature slanderous comment that immature and LAZY people use. Hollywood and the media portrays the rich as being “inherent rich boys” often making it look like a scene right out of the Cambridge Gentlemans Club. BUT IN REALITY most of the wealthy in America have worked their way to the top. (google? YouTube?) trump has a great chance of winning the ticket and an even better chance of transcending party lines. BOTH sides hbe it wrong and Trump knows that.

read a book OP


Zislis2
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:20 am

EVERY SINGLE POLITICIAN IS RICH YOU DUMBASS AND YOURE RIGHT THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT US. thinking that the rich don’t care about the poor is an immature slanderous comment that immature and LAZY people use. Hollywood and the media portrays the rich as being “inherent rich boys” often making it look like a scene right out of the Cambridge Gentlemans Club. BUT IN REALITY most of the wealthy in America have worked their way to the top. (google? YouTube?) trump has a great chance of winning the ticket and an even better chance of transcending party lines. BOTH sides hbe it wrong and Trump knows that.

read a book OP


Matthewwwheat
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 2:14 am

Donald Trump,

Please save us from Washington, disguised communism, and countries who aim to own us. Please sir be the leader with a spine that we need in one of our country’s darkest hours. This country does not need a republican or democrat to lead us. We need an American, who understands the cost of our freedom. Trump for president, a champion for freedom and capitalism!


Kinyont
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 4:38 am

Bachmann Palin are jokes.Brewer,Romney thats closer


Kinyont
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 4:42 am

Museibrahim your fired………….


Kinyont
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 4:47 am

Two party system never has worked. Real people cant run


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 8:09 am

Howdy Back! Listen I think everyone who opposes Mr. Trump as a potential candidate is missing the point or does not wish to own up to the real issues at hand, we’ve had decades of so called politicians go to Washington and do nothing but fall into the main stream of the clan of life long politicians, “The good old boys club” Personally? I am tired of all that continued Blah Blah Blah…Time and time again w send what we think are good people to Washington and what happens? The old guard gets ahold of them and tells them how they are going to vote and how they are going to represent their constituents back home, it’s the same old crap folks, what you’re really missing is the mere fact that this country is like a very large business and needs attention like it’s a business, and how many congressman or senators up there have business experience? A hand full, that’s it, most of them are Doctors, Lawyers or past college professors Etc. tell me how they ran their business before they came to Washington? They hired Accountants, Large Wall Street Firms, and Investment Brokers all to do what? To help them manage their money and find loopholes in the tax codes to get rich, now you’re going to tell me by some virtue of osmoses they woke up one day in Washington as our representative’s and they suddenly know how to write and pass legislation that will affect the largest economy in the world and now they can suddenly write tax codes for all us little people that tears at the very fabric of our family structure? I think not, their being coached by the Blue Dog’s or the life time senior representatives, and if the new congressman and senators don’t fall into line then the senior representatives won’t allow anything proposed by the younger congressman to pass the house or senate, it’s just the way it works when you don’t have executive leadership, a hard nose, a person like Ronald Regan who demanded respect and kicked some asses, that’s what I like about Mr. Trump, agree or not, he calls it like it is, good or bad, up or down, you may not like his directness or his line of attack but at least at the end of the day you know who you’re dealing with, I’m appalled at the radical left wing czars in the White House, who would of ever thought a decade ago that we would have had people to whom are directly involved with radical left wing socialist group and to whom go out on the weekends and talk at communist socialist rally’s, Who would ever thought? I say we need Donald to go in there and Clean House!………Go Mr. Trump………..Buck


Bekim
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:36 pm

Donald Trump offers common sense. I’d vote for him.


Bekim
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:36 pm

Donald Trump offers common sense. I’d vote for him.


Mjcocacola
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:45 pm

He has my vote!! He is a very intelligent man!!!!


Jim
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:55 pm

We need Mr Trump to save this country!


Newbicycle1
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 12:56 pm

Mr. Trump should love this country… where else can you file for bankruptcy several times and then proclaim you can get our economy back on track?? I wonder how much he paid all of the “FOOLS” to write glowing comments on his behalf?
Let’s hope it’s not windy on Innaugaration Day Mr. Trump… be sure to wear plenty of hairspray!!


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:07 pm

Since the US economy is very close to bankruptcy we need someone who has the skills to take us out of it.

If anything you’re the one who is being paid to speak out against Trump with your hairspray comment.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:10 pm

If the US Government was a business it would be bankrupt now.

How many bankruptcies has Obama endured?


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:12 pm

Romney would be nothing more than a younger version of McCain and he would lose just like McCain did.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:13 pm

The best explanation that is favorable to Obama is that it lists his race as white. Other than that, I cannot think of any reason.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:16 pm

I would rather lose with a spoiler candidate that I like than to win with a party spoiler I despise.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:20 pm

Just like the Terminator running for governor of California, Trump will go far with one of his slogans “You’re Fired!”


Newbicycle1
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 1:28 pm

The hairspray comment was merely a metaphor to further the ‘pretense’ of his qualifications. Unfortunately, I don’t own stock in Aqua Net.


Roy
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 2:17 pm

Donald trump for president he has to be better than what we have now? Perhaps he can lower gas prices? & and get Budget…


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 3:15 pm

His qualifications as a businessman and a career builder are a lot better than a community organizer and a senator who often voted present and never had an executive position.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 3:18 pm

He could start by drilling for the bountiful energy that belongs to us.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 3:41 pm

Which Democrats did Trump donate money? Not all of them are evil. Also donating to Democrats could have been the cost of doing business as government entities lined up to get their handouts.

Smart businessmen donate money to both parties.

As far as being on TV goes it did not hurt Ronald Reagan.

I have seen Trump on TV yelling you’re fired. I would love to see him on TV saying that to duplicate government offices.


RF
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 4:35 pm

I think he may be another Ronald Regan! Please run, we need someone who will put America back on the right track! Obama is a disaster! If you don’t believe me take a look at the video “end of America” and this will scare the xxxx out of you


dede
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 4:46 pm

Mr. Trump STOP questioning our President’s birth credentials…after all NO ONE questioned YOU when you married – how many was it – non-American citizens. Just because you are rich (or are you still climbing out of bankruptcy) does not allow me too much faith in you…after all I do even like the Apprentice…save yourself and DO NOT RUN.


Adamtracy
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 7:18 pm

I can see why some would oppose Trump, but he is a much better candidate than Obama. I feel almost every month I hear Obama is on vacation or visiting some foreign country. We need problems settled here on the homefront. Not getting involved in other countries wars and problems. Sure Trump is a celebrity and he has filed for bankruptcy, but in case you haven’t noticed we’re currrently in millions in debt. If anyone can file for bankruptcy that many times and still stay that rich then I’d vote for him.


ellano68
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 8:20 pm

Ditto, & thank you for another thoughtful analysis. We need more voters like you!!!

P.S. And you haven’t even once referred to a factor as petty & superficial as Mr. Trump’s hair. Bless you for that :)


Jdjsfhdskfh
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 8:25 pm

Seriously? (Where is your head?)

If the answer is “up your **s,” you guessed right.


ellano68
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 8:59 pm

If you are going to stereotype “rich people” saying they do not care about anyone but themselves & getting richer, how would you stereotype (us) poor folks ? Just curious!


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 9:03 pm

The biggest reason for Trump not to run for President is the vile and contemptable leftists like Jdjsfhdskfh who will do and say anything to keep him from being elected.


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 9:05 pm

dede, if Obama produced a legally accepted document it would not be an issue. The ceritificate of live birth that Obama produced is not even sufficient to apply for a drivers license.


Mcdonld
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 9:52 pm

Trump needs to shutup and sit down and while he is at it stuff a sock in his mouth. Stand in front of a mirror and take a good look at what you see your not what people want. All you are is an old man with alot of money. Thats it.


Mr. Wolf
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 10:12 pm

Whoa Whoa everybody shut da fuck up. America is falling. No one can save this country at less not through politics.


ellano68
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 10:38 pm

It would certainly be more interesting & productive if comments here were substantive & civil. We are ALL in this together (Americans) & our country needs help & good leadership. Tell us why you would or wouldn’t vote for Mr. Trump–enlighten us! Skip the references to how he looks. What do his (or anyone’s) looks & hair have to do with anything, whether you like him or not? Anyway, if anyone doesn’t like what I say & tells me to shut my mouth or stuff a sock in it, I won’t :)


Anonymous
Comment posted April 7, 2011 @ 10:42 pm

Note the clear distinction between Trump supporters and opposition. One is mature and intelligent the opposition is the opposite.


SunnyD
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 2:21 am

What I like about Donald Trump is he speaks honestly and the liberal media has a difficult time intimidating him. Watch this weeks appearance on the today to see what I am talking about. Very informative.

http://www.hulu.com/watch/230596/nbc-today-show-trump-this-country-is-going-to-hell

Donald Trump, or Barack Obama to turn the country around? Pres. Obama is in over his head in my opinion.


getmygorilla
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 2:48 am

First off- i don’t think this country has given Obama the chance to fix the mess he walked into- he’s the black-sheep-scapegoat. However, Trump has a point. And he’s not just an old man with money- he’s an old man that has EARNED a lot of money. And who HASN’T declared bankruptcy? (Well, I haven’t BUT..) I admire a man more on how he handles failure than success. We need a business person in office….old school business without the bigotry…earn your keep…make a way…and fight. That’s Donald Trump- flash or not- and that’s my vote. HOWEVER- my only concern is his lack of military know-how.


Steveq402
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 3:14 am

did i say anything saying obama was qualified?


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 7:45 am

Thanks for all your reply’s; But seriously folks, I really don’t care about Mr. Trumps hair, it’s what’s underneath the hair I am excited about, and as far as Mr. Trump questioning the Presidents birth credentials? Ah! ……..Look the President is in the position now and nothing is going to change the fact that weather he was born in the United States or Kenya isn’t a point of contention with me, if everyone wanted to make a big deal about this issue it should have been addressed before he took office, fact of the matter is Barack Obama is our president and as an American I respect the office and the man in the office, let’s be clear here; I may oppose the President and his ridicules policies that are coming from the executive branch of our government but I do respect the President.
Now as far as Mr. Trump is concerned; I believe in this candidate and he should be training real hard for serious debates that will come when he starts his run for the presidency, I would tone down the rhetoric and get on point and establish a solid platform to run on, no doubt Mr. Trump has what it takes to get into office but I want to hear what he’s going to do once he gets in the office of the presidency, how are we going to address energy, unemployment, Obama Care, the deficit , the debt, how are we going to make the business environment healthy for investment, how are we going to assist businesses with a tax code that will take away the uncertainty of hiring employees, and what about a Flat Tax where everyone contributes to the operation of our government, we must reform the tax code in this country Mr. Trump, we need solid executive leadership we don’t need a legislator up there that’s why we have the House and the Senate, when we go abroad to other countries I believe Mr. Trump will demand respect, no apologies to anyone we’re a nation of giving and a nation of honor we should not apologize to no one, I believe Mr. Trump is that man, we need to concentrate on the issues folk’s and support Mr. Trump, I believe Mr. Trump will restore honor and respect to our great country, face it folks we are the number one nation in the world and there’s no escaping that fact, it’s time we stand tall and be proud, we can address more issues as time permits, again thank you all for your comments, please keep them coming and remember we’re not democrats and republicans we’re Americans let’s fix this country for our children and our futures children, I’m out……………Buck


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 7:45 am

Thanks for all your reply’s; But seriously folks, I really don’t care about Mr. Trumps hair, it’s what’s underneath the hair I am excited about, and as far as Mr. Trump questioning the Presidents birth credentials? Ah! ……..Look the President is in the position now and nothing is going to change the fact that weather he was born in the United States or Kenya isn’t a point of contention with me, if everyone wanted to make a big deal about this issue it should have been addressed before he took office, fact of the matter is Barack Obama is our president and as an American I respect the office and the man in the office, let’s be clear here; I may oppose the President and his ridicules policies that are coming from the executive branch of our government but I do respect the President.
Now as far as Mr. Trump is concerned; I believe in this candidate and he should be training real hard for serious debates that will come when he starts his run for the presidency, I would tone down the rhetoric and get on point and establish a solid platform to run on, no doubt Mr. Trump has what it takes to get into office but I want to hear what he’s going to do once he gets in the office of the presidency, how are we going to address energy, unemployment, Obama Care, the deficit , the debt, how are we going to make the business environment healthy for investment, how are we going to assist businesses with a tax code that will take away the uncertainty of hiring employees, and what about a Flat Tax where everyone contributes to the operation of our government, we must reform the tax code in this country Mr. Trump, we need solid executive leadership we don’t need a legislator up there that’s why we have the House and the Senate, when we go abroad to other countries I believe Mr. Trump will demand respect, no apologies to anyone we’re a nation of giving and a nation of honor we should not apologize to no one, I believe Mr. Trump is that man, we need to concentrate on the issues folk’s and support Mr. Trump, I believe Mr. Trump will restore honor and respect to our great country, face it folks we are the number one nation in the world and there’s no escaping that fact, it’s time we stand tall and be proud, we can address more issues as time permits, again thank you all for your comments, please keep them coming and remember we’re not democrats and republicans we’re Americans let’s fix this country for our children and our futures children, I’m out……………Buck


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 8:03 am

Watch this Interview; Meredith Vieira and Donald Trump on the NBC’s “Today Show.

Listen to Mr. Trump “I Love This Country” and “I Will Make This Country Great Again”

http://www.hulu.com/watch/230596/nbc-today-show-trump-this-country-is-going-to-hell?c=0:593


Mlivingston64
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 1:51 pm

Trump has taken more bailouts and run more companies into the ground than most people know. Buck….you are clearly a moron.


mww
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 1:52 pm

SunnyD…almost as big a dumb fuck as Buck up there.


mwl
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 1:55 pm

Wow, this blog is full of morons. Trump supporters are clearly unlearned and don’t understand finance or politics or else they would’nt be trump supporter. Jose, let’s your birth certificate.


Me
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 2:12 pm

Voting for Trump!


ellano68
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 2:53 pm

You brought up some good points, Buck, a couple of which I hadn’t thought. I’m on here to learn & hear other folks’ points of view because I know I don’t know it all! I’m trying to keep focused & remember why I’m reading on this website, but I must say some of the comments (name calling, etc.) are somewhat disconcerting. But we are free people with free speech.


Water War Crimes
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 4:30 pm

Canada has been cheating on Free Trade for a couple of decades and covering up major trade crime by murdering key witnesses.

See details at http://www.waterwarcrimes.com

and more at

http://www.waterwarcrimes.com/british-columbia-premiers—water-war-crimes—were-us-anti-trust-laws-broken-by-canadian-premiers-assisting-to-create-a-monopoly.html


Anonymous
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 6:46 pm

Typical leftist uses name calling as their primary method of communication.

You can show your birth certificate first. btw, I’m not running for President.


DiannaGeipe
Comment posted April 8, 2011 @ 11:50 pm

Id vote for Trump in a heartbeat. Hes a brilliant businessman and had more sense in his pinky than the idiot we have in there now!! Speaking of which, how the hell did he ever get in that office??? Ill tell you how, he pulls the racism and doesnt know nothing about the job he is suppose to be doing.. I still have my freedom of speach regardless of what his puppets say… GO TRUMP!! Im behind you 100%


fork wheel rider
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 1:09 am

Lack of military know-how. What great intellectual ability did Obama bring to the job about running the military? He never even ran hot dog stand, that’s why he can’t balance a budget, not to mention HE HAS NO COMON SENSE ABOUT ANYTHING


frog fork rider
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 1:12 am

YES SIR.BUT THE TRUMP HAS THE BALLS AND OBAMA DON’T. END OF STORY


frog fork rider
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 1:20 am

WHERE IS YOUR PROOF ON TRUMPS BANKRUPTCY DEBSMITH5065.
BACK UP YOUR MOUTH WITH FACTS OR ARE YOU JUST ANOTHER
LOONEY LEFTY BLOWING HOT AIR OUT OF BOTH ENDS?


Bobodom
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 2:01 am

He needs to stick with economic policy which he knows so much about and get off the silly birther nonsense, its time to get serious. If Trump picks a running mate with military experience, he’ll probably win.


kat
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 2:31 am

At least he wouldn’t be as boring as the rest of the presidential hopefuls in the party.


kat
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 2:31 am

At least he wouldn’t be as boring as the rest of the presidential hopefuls in the party.


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 11:55 am

Mlivingston64
I do respect your freedom of speech sir however do you not think that the majority of people on this blog are here to educate themselves and to share political viewpoints? I admire all these people who are here sharing thoughts and trying to understand the whole political process, we would certainly support your viewpoints on this issue, and I never said that Mr. Trump had never declared insolvency I’m merely pointing out that as far as this point in time Mr. Trump seems to be the diamond in the ruff, that’s not to say that later down the road that there may be another candidate that will supersede Mr. Trumps chances for a run at that Whitehouse, I must admit to you that some of my blogging leans more on the highlights of the candidate than the negatives, but I think that’s a normalcy that most others fall into as well when talking about their candidate, I am interested in your viewpoints on this whole political mess we seem to be in, understandably President Obama walked into a hornet’s nest when he took office and I know the republicans and previous democrats created this mess, the question I pose to you sir is; “What do we do about these issues now”? I know you must understand that our country is long been broke and the fed continues to print money we can’t back up, so what are your solutions? Do you think the President not notifying congress about going into Libya was constitutionally backed up decision? How about those gas prices out there, how’s that working for you? Do you possibly believe the notion that we as Americans sitting on the world’s largest reserves of oil shouldn’t drill for it here? But that would really affect OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) wouldn’t it? Do you believe that considering the fact of our economic situation at this time that the administration should be insistent on ramming eco-friendly (green) energy down our throats that’s twice as expensive as coal or nuclear energy? I believe our heads are in the wrong place, we need to get back to basics here (Re-Group) I am ashamed of the fact that we as tax payers continue to send Billions and Billions of Americans tax dollars in foreign aid to rogue countries like Libya, Egypt, Africa, Saudi Arabia, Kenya, Bolivia, Ukraine, Haiti, Pakistan, Liberia, Columbia, the list goes on and on, and the dictators in those countries are laughing at us stupid Americans as they pocket the money and none of it ever reaches the people to whom need it most, Why? We are out of control my good friend, I am interested in your ideas and please remember I am an independent, I always vote on the issues never the man, because the party always controls the man in the Whitehouse…….Have a great day…….Buck


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 12:14 pm

Howdy Folks;
I would like to point out one thing here; I never said Mr. Trump is a perfect match for being president, what I do say is at this point in time I believe with economy in the mess it is in that I would like to have someone in the Whitehouse that understands Money and Finances, someone that’s a deal maker (In his words) Mr. Trump has sat with many heads of state in other countries and has brokered multibillion dollar deals that benefits them and Mr. trumps empire, don’t you believe it’s time for a change here? Aren’t you discussed with politics as usual, don’t you believe with the issues we face in the House and Senate they should be writing and debating legislation? Instead they are inviting Basketball Teams, Baseball Teams and many more to the house chambers for photo-ops, where in the hell is our direction and leadership? At any one moment 5 or 10 and more members of congress and members of the senate are gallivanting around the world visiting nations on our dime, our tax dollars, every member of the house and senate needs to have their butt’s in the house chairs passing legislation and voting on bills……Buck


Michcael G.H.
Comment posted April 9, 2011 @ 4:48 pm

“I am only interested in Libya if we get to keep the oil”. Does anyone else find that comment just a little bit disturbing? Donald Trump in my opinion is tactless and lacks restraint, and quite frankly I find him to be obnoxious. Not qualities I would look for in a presidential candidate.


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Jeff
Comment posted April 10, 2011 @ 12:05 am

TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT


DMoeller
Comment posted April 10, 2011 @ 9:03 am

Let me guess, Michael……You voted for the useless RETARD that currently holds said office? That’s what I thought. You should ask Santa Clause for a brain for Christmas.


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 10, 2011 @ 10:13 am

Michael;
No you’re missing the whole point here, what Mr. Trump is trying to tell you is; The leadership in our country is lacking direction and lacks governance, I must agree to a point that we have spent over a Trillion dollars in Iraq to help those people get back on track, why should we concur that nation, free the people, nation build their infrastructure, lose thousands of American lives, pour billions of dollars of equipment in that nation of which we will not take out when we leave because it cost more to remove all that equipment than to just leave it there, and then just leave, and the very next thing that will happen is Iran and Syria will infiltrate that country and grab all the oil for them and then they will use that oil to control our economy and screw with OPEC, Mr. Trump is saying why not take enough oil to pay our nation back and give Iraq the rest of it, what’s wrong with that idea? Is that a little too drastic for you? Just a little different philosophy? Why does America always have to come to the aid of all our countries at the cost to the American tax payer, allot of these countries are rich, they have oil, or raw materials, shale, natural gas Etc. what is so wrong in requiring that we get paid back for all the money we throw at those countries? I suggest that you arm yourself with factual information such as the 2012 Executive Budget Summary from the Department of State on the Function of 150 International Programs that clearly list what the President is requesting in foreign aid, it’s ridicules and appalling, like we do not give enough aid to these rogue countries as it is.
I say it’s high time we reign back in the Billions of dollars just give to other nations for nothing, stop all the unnecessary spending on programs that just don’t work like the Department of Energy that President Carter created that hasn’t created one BTU of energy in over 30 years, do the research, read the information and make an informed decision. I don’t know about you but I am tired of standing in line at the grocery store and watching customer after customer use Food Stamp Cards to buy groceries, hundreds of dollars at a time, I look in their shopping carts and conclude by the quality of their groceries that their eating better than I am, then they pull a second cart up to the counter and it contains all the Beer, Wine, liquor and Cigarettes then to top it off I watch them cruise by the customer service counter and buy a hundred dollars’ worth of lottery tickets and cash in about the same amount, then step outside and watch them get into their brand new Cadillac Escalade or Lincoln Continental or some other late model beautiful car, I know some will respond to this blog entry and say I am singling out people and profiling people, Bull Shit! It’s a fact of our great entitlement society, it’s a fact that when you give people free money they will take that money and take it as long as it’s given to them until it’s taken away then they will go out and find a job, FACT! My good friends FACT!…We really need change we can believe in, that’s for sure………..Buck


Amber198426
Comment posted April 10, 2011 @ 3:26 pm

I think Donald Trump should run for President I think he has a better idea about running the Country. And he is not a lier he tell it how it is and I respect that. Everyone one else has told lies and said they were going to make this a better country and look at us! Theres thousends of people out of work, and even more living on the streets and were supost to be the richest country in the world I think not!! I also think it’s a sham that other poeple come to this country and take all of our jobs and buissness’ and thats not fair we need to send them back if we can go to there country for vaction theres enough work for them to be there! I dont think it’s fair there here and americans our living on the streets and children going hungry! And if donald becomes president I hope he makes real changes!!!!!!


Clifj11
Comment posted April 10, 2011 @ 9:17 pm

While it’s true that the president spends quite a bit of time with events that might be deemed “worthless” and a “waste of time” (i.e. inviting baseball/basketball teams), that’s the way the American political system works. When we decided to have the head of state and executive officer be the same person (unlike England which holds the ‘ceremonial’ Queen of england and the official Prime Minister), we se ourselves up for such a conundrum.

In my opinion Trump would not be a worthy presidential candidate at all. While his successful past may incline us to turn to him at such a time of political turmoil, what America needs right now is still a moderate politico willing to compromise in order not to cause more harm than good.
On a somewhat similar note, the domino effect of political revolution started by Egypt cannot be ignored now. I doubt Mr. Trump holds the political experience/ efficacy/ knowledge to effectively lead with such foreign issues.


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 11, 2011 @ 7:07 am

Clif11;
Thanks for the debate on the issue; I have to agree with you on some points, you bring up some valid questions in reference to Mr. Trumps foreign experience however I believe no one person running for the Oval Office really possesses the foreign experience that one would like to have in a candidate, but what I am looking at is the fact that Mr. Trump has dealt with many heads of state over the years in his private negotiations and cut deal worth billions of dollars, I believe that experience is worth a plausible and creditable affirmation, I don’t believe Bill Clinton, George Bush or the rest of them had much experience in foreign affairs before they got into office, that’s why you surround yourself with subject matter experts that can draft a foreign platform based on your own vision, President Obama certainly had absolutely no foreign experience and it does show too.
One of the main reasons why I like Mr. Trump is because of his directness and common sense approach to issues, yes it’s true he needs to tone down the rhetoric and get on party platform and stay on solid point, I know the left is going to tear him a new butt over some of the things he says off the cuff, but that’s part of why I like him, he’s not a groomed party candidate, he’s an outsider with a different vision and being a Tea Party activist of sorts, I like admire his quote “ I love America this is my country” until someone else comes to the table I’ll stay with Mr. Trump, I am interested who are you pulling for in 2012?…Thanks for the debate Clif11 have a great day………….Buck


Ellano68
Comment posted April 11, 2011 @ 3:40 pm

I have to concur with you that I, too, am tired of standing in line at the grocery store & watching folks dressed to the hilt with professionally manicured nails whipping out food stamps to pay for groceries (which often include more than just essentials–like Kool Whip, pies, etc.). Of course, they would have to pay for their cigarettes with cash. They are generally middle-aged or younger (nowhere nearly my age). I have also stood in line in a grocery store near me & watched young pregnant women (who may have been illegals) with a toddler already in the cart also whip out food stamps. Perhaps these are “anchor” babies, who would qualify for Medicaid & Food Stamps. It’s discouraging to me because I graduated high school at 17 & started a clerical job (fulltime) the very next day. I worked for years, going to school at night & saving enough to quit work & get my degree (I skipped summers & went all year round when attending college fulltime)! I always had a job afterward except for taking about 3 months off when my child was born. I retired at 65 & do not feel the least bit guilty drawing social security because I worked so long & paid so much into the system & earned it!!!. I understand that Medicaid is the largest portion of the entitlement expenses. Some of these folks are truly disabled, but some have questionable lifestyles & ruin their health at an early age & sign up for Medicaid & Food Stamps. And then of course there are the anchor babies I spoke of (I’m NOT referring to a particular race or country). My paternal grandmother had 11 children & my grandfather became ill & was never able to work again. She was a very proud woman & never asked for any public assistance–I wish she had! Anyway, I am worried about the direction our country is going & the outstanding deficit! I am concerned about how my tax money is spent. What competent leaders would allow this to happen? I am very hopeful about Donald Trump’s common sense approach & the fact that he has identified & addressed our serious financial issues with solutions. He is brilliant, a thinker & is used to solving big problems. Further, he is very wealthy & won’t be entering the race for money. More power to Donald Trump! Hope he is elected–at least he has MY vote. No more “politics as usual!”


Bjoe427
Comment posted April 12, 2011 @ 6:20 pm

We need someone,more worried about our country than,political corectness,We need a team I submit that trump and paul would make a team that would perfectly compliment each other.ron knows politics,and wants our constitution to be honnored,Donald is a great buisness man and understands the problems we have with trade,and atleast from what i see cares about this country,and will fire the people not doing there jobs.Just hope both understand,We are tired of the statis QUO!!!,We need people that worry about america,first and our constitution second,and the Citizens in this country above politics.Thats the team id vote fore,one working on trade the other working on Illegal immigration,and it would be nice if fathers actually had some rights to there children.The outsourcing of american jobs,Illegal immigration,and the stripping of our rights are the main problems in this country,marijuana should be legal,The citizens of america should come first before illegal immigrants,and just because you manage to sneek across the border before giving birth should not be an automatic citizenship pass,that gets you welfare and an ankor to stay.infact if we took the incentives to come away,the strays would probably stay away.We need to let other countrie’s worry about themselves and worry about our own people first.We need manufacturing to return to america,show some pride,instead of being stuck with all this cheap junk.


JWILLDBCS
Comment posted April 13, 2011 @ 12:55 pm

YES, YES, YES YES YES DONALD TRUMP SHOULD RUN FOR PRESIDENT ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.. HE IS THE MOST DOWN TO EARTH, STRAIGHT FORWARD, AND SPEAKS IT LIKE IT IS KIND OF GUY THAT WE TRULY NEED IN WASHINGTON. AND HE IS NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK THE TRUTH AND HE WILL AND CAN SAY ””YOU’R FIRED TO ALL THOSE DUMMEYS IN WASHINGTON. RUN HIM ,,,,FULL SPEAD AHEAD. I ONLY WISH I HAD HIS ADDRESS AND I COULD TELL HIM MYSELF. HE IS CORRECT IN SAYING IF HE HAD TO RUN AS AN INDEPENDANT, WHICH HE DOES NOT WANT TO DO BECAUSE IT WOULD SPLIT THE VOTE AND PUT O’BAMA BACK IN THE WHITE HOUSE. I JUST HOPE THE REPUBLICIANS ARE SMART ENOUGHT TO SEE THIS AND MAKE SURE IT DOES NOT HAPPEN. GET THE WORD OUT….. THANK YOU K.WILLIAMS


Buck Buchman
Comment posted April 14, 2011 @ 7:35 am

Howdy Fellow Activist;
Yes! Go President Elect Trump!…..I agree for now Mr. Trump is my pick, I just don’t see anyone emerging with any star power or someone with charisma, Mitt Romney kind of scares me, he’s just to polished and to calm for my liking there’s just something about Mitt Romney that doesn’t make me very excited, I could be wrong on this but I don’t think so, and Mike Huckabee is very comfortable in his current role as a Fox News contributor and doing his own show so I don’t think he will resign from his show on Fox to go out and spend all that money to just end up pulling out down the road, let’s face it guy’s and gal’s having enough money is going to be a key issue here, President Obama will have over a Billion dollars for his campaign next year and what potential candidate has that kind of money to be able to compete with that kind of financial insurgence? Donald Trump does. Putting everything else aside, politics, personalities, exposure Etc. when it’s all said and done and at the end of the day the man who has empty pockets will lose the race, Mr. trump is a business man and one thing I particularly like is his position on Union’s; he uses union labor to build his hotels and casinos and that’s a neat twist when you’re talking with a candidate from the right side of the isle, traditionally unions support democrats and you have to admit they have allot of power and influence when it comes to lobbying and donating to political candidates, they were extremely instrumental in getting President Obama elected, if the republican party (Donald Trump) could win over the unions or some of the unions electorate that would be a big positive for our party and this race.
In addition I like his position on Iraq, it’s true his vision is a little radical however look a little deeper into the issue; why should we as Americans go into a country like Iraq and liberate that country, spend over a Trillion dollars of our hard earned tax dollars, lose over 2000 Americans lives and just walk away penniless, what’s wrong with the idea that we should negotiate with the Iraqi’s to pay back the debt owed to our country with their oil? Where does it say in any war manual that we should fight these war’s at the cost to the American tax payer?….It Doesn’t. I like it when Mr. Trump says without a stutter “ We will be respected again on the world stage” doesn’t that sound a little like Ronald Regan, President Regan scared the crap out of the Chinese and the Russians they knew they were dealing with a force when they talked to President Regan, Mr. Trump has that same quality about him and I admire that in him, I am tired of apologizing to the rest of the world about our past actions as the world leader and super power, what don’t you get about the words ‘Super Power’ why should we be apologizing to anyone? The entire world is breaking our doors down to come here to America; there must be something they like about our country, Apologize? Nah…… “I’M PROUD” and Mr. Trump is serious about our image, I believe he will take no crap from anyone, I don’t know about you but I ready for a change that I can believe in and I am ready for a president that can make the changes so we can believe in ourselves again………….Buck


Crusader Rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:19 pm

Crusader Rabbitt
Buster, what I’m looking forward to is the Donald debating stupid ass Obama and cutting him to ribbons. Obama will for sure cancel all other debates after that. Trump has got his number and if we don’t too many brain dead union people and too many completely dead people from the successor to ACORN voting, Donald will win.


Crusader Rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:27 pm

Crusader Rabbitt
Harthunt, What rock have you been hiding under? Even those people who buy Progressive car insurance lift their heads out from under the rock occasionally.


Crusader Rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:30 pm

Crusader Rabblitt
While 100% of the braid dead Democrats believe Obama wants to help the country and not destroy it!


crusader rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

Dougo56x
And you a disaster.


crusader rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:36 pm

Dougo56x
And you a disaster.


Crusader Rabbitt
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 2:49 pm

Cliff11
If you wanted a moderate, why didn’t you get McCain elected. He had the experience (which dumbass Obama does not), was willing to compromise (remember the McCain-Feingold bill), and was a war hero and overall nice guy who got creamed by that charlatan teleprompter reader, alein, socialist. We need an ass kicker to cut Obama to ribbons in the campaign, not a namby-pamby who will say his running mate is “going roge” and we don’t want to make Obama angry!


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:28 pm

Trump is a fool who likes attention.No one can take him seriously.He likes the attention just like palin.He needs to have a hair implant.He looks like he has been dead for years.


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:31 pm

you are a big dummy.where is your birth certificate?Or were you hatched.


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:36 pm

You are a big loser!! How would you know?


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:40 pm

And you are smart!! what a joke! show me your elementary diploma!!


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:44 pm

You afforded Bush for 8 years and you didn.t say anything.Why are you blabbing your big mouth now?Bush’s wars cost us big money.


bella
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 10:51 pm

You are stupid. Show your birth certificate or were you hatched?


Anonymous
Comment posted April 17, 2011 @ 11:18 pm

Funny, no one said Obama wasn’t born.


Superstar
Comment posted April 18, 2011 @ 3:22 pm

Caps lock?


Superstar
Comment posted April 18, 2011 @ 3:23 pm

REALLY?!?!?!?!


Thomashohenstein
Comment posted April 20, 2011 @ 6:19 pm

I will vote for Donald Trump especially if he gets a true and strong Christian Conservative Tea party person as his running mate.

We need someone especially tough like the Donald to clean up the terrible mess by these evil commie marxist elitists!! I believe he can and would be a strong force against America’s enemies, both foreign and domestic. He is an American Capitalist who loves his Country, our way of life and the Founding Fathers Constitution and Bill of Rights! He is a freedom lover who wants America to continue on to be the Great Super Power that she had been. He knows what China is all about and the many other countries that want to destroy our Nation are really all about. Like Mr. Trump said he is a common sense guy. He will not let anybody snowball him. He has nothing to gain here, other than only wanting himself to take on the job as president because nobody else it seems to him knows how to do it. He basically said he would never even had considered to run for the presidency if the US wasn’t in such a terrible mess that it is today. He knows how to lay out his cards firmly on the table. Lets see if anyone else out there can TRUMP that!

He is not out for any popularity contest. H is note concerned about who likes him and who doesn’t like him.. He just plain says things the way they are and takes action. He would never had become the nation’s single most top entrepeneur of huge success that he was and still is by worrying about crossing his enemies. He is what he is, The Donald!
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afl77
Comment posted April 25, 2011 @ 11:58 am

The balls to take American to yet another war… since all seems interested in is America’s enemies…


Homer S
Comment posted April 27, 2011 @ 2:19 pm

Well, looking from the Europe, the US political environment especially with their ultraconservative factions looks certainly “interesting”, but even the Americans cannot be stupid enough to vote for Donald Trump. Or can they?


Charlie077
Comment posted April 27, 2011 @ 10:43 pm

Why not just vote for a candidate who is a “strong Christian Conservative” if that’s so important to you, instead of shoving that on the VP? I’m trying to figure out how Trump is such a good example, and where capitalism is encouraged in the Bible.

http://www.openbible.info/topics/socialism


Charlie077
Comment posted April 27, 2011 @ 10:43 pm

Why not just vote for a candidate who is a “strong Christian Conservative” if that’s so important to you, instead of shoving that on the VP? I’m trying to figure out how Trump is such a good example, and where capitalism is encouraged in the Bible.

http://www.openbible.info/topics/socialism


Kenmanwou
Comment posted April 28, 2011 @ 9:14 am

I would like to first hear about his views on interior semiotics.


Richard Smith
Comment posted April 28, 2011 @ 5:49 pm

Oh great lord of bankruptcy we need you as president ,Yeah right! (LOL)


Norfay777
Comment posted April 29, 2011 @ 7:03 pm

I think Donald Trump has the determination to run our country & handle our international relations in a decisive & beneficial way. I would like to hear more of his views on domestic policies & in more detail. I understand that entitlement spending is the biggest portion of our budget & deficit spending. Therefore, we need someone to manage & monitor entitlement spending & eliminate all the rampant welfare fraud that robs us taxpayers. There are more people receiving government assistance than in our country’s history, I recently read. I’m sure that this fact is tied to the number of folks who are out of work, but I am also sure that more & more people are learning ways to get welfare, often fraudulently. I read recently about a man who stood in line to pay for groceries, & watched the man in front of him pay for lobster with food stamps. His food stamps were not quite enough, so he took a role of bills out of his pocket to finish paying. I have had similar experiences in the grocery line. I am retired now but have worked as a social caseworker & know first hand about some folks who have made welfare assistance a way of life–just as did their parents (including Caucasions, Afro-Americans, etc.). I don’t have a problem with my tax money assisting folks who are in need through no fault of their own, but I certainly don’t wish to give it to someone who is lazy and/or dishonest.


Lynne
Comment posted April 30, 2011 @ 10:37 pm

After his mouth in front of women, I would not vote for him. I was going to until I heard how disrespectful he is in front of Women, NO VOTE HERE>


Cldwllkay
Comment posted May 1, 2011 @ 3:08 am

he is the biggist asshole i have ever seen he would really be a joke to USA the hair what a joke , please grow up


Buck7583
Comment posted May 1, 2011 @ 10:10 am

Cldwllkay; Listen to yourself “His hair bothers you? He’s an A** Hole? Sir you lend absolutely nothing to the debate at hand, I really don’t care so much about his demeanor or the style of his hair or how many bankruptcies he has had, or the fact that he cursed and used the F-Word, maybe that what we need as Americans, a little reality, some shock therapy, a dose of something different, I’m interested in his business abilities to understand how to get this country back in fiscal order and to instill some honor and respect back into our country, yeah Mr. trump is a little outlandish and definitely a different kind of candidate than we are used to, but let me ask you this question. ’Name me one past president that did what they said they would do once they got into the oval office’? A tough question right? Maybe President Clinton did a pretty good job, but he left our military in shambles, did you ever think that maybe the way we choose our candidates for office should change being that we can’t seem to elect one that will do the correct thing and stop pushing their personal agendas, did you ever think that maybe we want our president to be the perfect person?A person so perfect that no one could possibly live up to those standards? We shutter at the thought of our president cursing or smoking or dong the basic things that all of us do in our daily lives, heck we set the bar way to high, we expect our president to be morally and ethically perfect and we spend more time on the small stuff than the main issues that need to be addressed, I don’t give a hoot if the president is having sex in the rose garden as long as he/she is taken care of our country kicking butt and taking names, yeah Mr. Trump is different and I believe he should tone down the rhetoric some because he will get pummeled in the run for the white house because of it, but that’s what I like about Mr. Trump, he’s different and he’s not a groomed politician, he’s a business man and he’s sat down before more major leaders of foreign country’s than any one politician, Mr. trump has brokered billion dollar deals with these countries, he’s literally changed the face of nations with his business deals, he understands what it takes to make money work, Ok so he’s has a few bankruptcies, So What? He has broken no laws, so you’re telling us that it’s ok for General Electric to pay nothing in taxes last year but it’s wrong for Mr. Trump to claim bankruptcy? what’s the difference my good friends? Neither of them have broken any laws, it’s the federal tax code that needs to be changed, we need the legislation presented before congress to change these loopholes, don’t blame the business, blame the politicians who wrote this crazy legislation and passed it into law, that’s why the Fair Tax would take care of this kind of thing, this way everyone pays tax, like a usage tax, the more you buy and use the more you pay in tax, I say kill the federal tax code system in this country…….Buck


Anonymous2349
Comment posted May 5, 2011 @ 4:33 pm

fucktard .. screw you man


Markzimmer971
Comment posted May 10, 2011 @ 2:13 pm

I agree Americans are just too worried about b.s we bailed out the auto industry why? Have they produced anything in the past 40 years differently, or is it the same gas guzzling nature pollution causer? And our leader Obama talking about going to trains I have not seen any attempt on that but sure see all the highways we have neglected and paid years of tolls and taxes on gas getting fixed. If America is running out of gas WTF are we doing fixing roads for them? We will be at peak electric soon but lets not put any money into solar, wind and geothermal. We need our government to step up, stop the stupid greed and fix America. If we are going to run this country like a business, we will have to have a good minded businessman/woman knowing that you can not produce money from thin air. I think if a business makes a stupid dumbass mistake like the crooks did on wall street we should have kicked their ass, not kissed it! We gave them money and told them not to do it again, sounds like something a parent would do.But i also agree with no monetary system as just imagine if everyone had the opportunity to have the same thing, learn the same things and all they had to do was work 40hrs a week.All the bs on not enough money to do basic things is a mind hindering thing which also ruins the health. If you lived in a community and you knew you hard to put in a 40 hour week to eat and support the community(i.e your kids, families kids, and also friends kids), i think no one would hesitate to pick up a shovel or a rake. We are restricted with money, we are more concerned with our well being not the communities. And when it all comes down to it we will be left as a community.


Markzimmer971
Comment posted May 10, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

maybe the world’s biggest ASSHOLE is what we need right now, and as far as the hair if you vote for someone cause of their hair you are a close minded person and this is why we are in this mess dah. We all voted for Jr. cause he was the son of daddy bush. not because everything he touched turned to shit (baseball teams, oil companies)


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