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And he's proud of it??
We don't need that type of business or political ethic anywhere.
Already have it.
Always have. At least Trump is honest about it.
I can just see the headlines
"Would YOU do business with this man?"
Would other world leaders do business with this man?
Of course they would.
American Presidents do business deals with other world leaders, then renege on them?
Really? I find that very disturbing.
That's not at all what I said.
I said they would do business with him. Many do right now.
If we don't start thinking outside the box, we'll never get effective leadership.
Mark, did you find it disturbing...
Mark, did you find it disturbing when during the campaign Obama agreed in writing to finance his campaign with public money, and then reneged on that agreement?
But then I don't understand how US political campaign funding works.
Do you mean to say he didn't use "Tax Revenue" to fund his campaign? If he had, would he have been accused of wasting public monies?
It is looked on as a good thing by many to eschew Political Action Committee and private (corporate) funds, which is what he promised but didn't deliver.
Here you go, Mark...
I can see the headlines also, Mark...
Trump is a businessman, and businesses thrive on publicity. If the publicity is free, the price is right. Trump got his headlines, and he didn't even have to run, just say that he was thinking about it. I think I may smell a free publicity stunt. If that is the case, it worked like a charm.
These type of people...
What they promise to do for you, they'll also do to you. Anyone who says they'll lie for me will also lie to me. Remember that.
So Trump's career is over?
Apparently The Donald thinks....
....that his ability to cheat foreign leaders on real estate deals gives him presidential foreign policy credentials. Between him and Sarah Palin the Republican debates should be funnier than a Dean Martin roast.
Don't forget that other comedian...
I don't know about funny ...
I'm not politically active enough to be up-to-date on all the would-be contenders but I sure hope the GOP has some people with way more credibility than either Palin or Trump.
I forgot to include Michelle Bachmann
She's good for a few great laughs too.
Doubt she'll be part of the Presidential debates.
I probably would not vote for Trump, but I find his candor and point of view refreshing. At least he has actually accomplished something in his life.
I don't find most politicians credible at all, so his candidacy doesn't seem that outlandish to me.
John Gotti accomplished a lot too
That doesn't mean I'd want someone like him running the country.
Trump made his money in real estate, and also by doing business with the mob and by borrowing tons of money and then declaring bankruptcy so he wouldn't have to pay it back.
If he runs, it will be good for a few laughs but he'll be torn to pieces on anything of substance.
Borrowing tons of money
....and then declaring bankruptcy so he wouldn't have to pay it back.
Sounds like government material to me. He probably would get torn apart, but I don't see how he is different or inferior to any other politician on the scene. I don't want any of them running thedh country either. He's certainly no more laughable than the others.
This isn't a reality show
Trump, in his own words says, he screwed someone. Do you think he would screw someone else, alot closer. His true nature is revealed and he wants to run for president, yeah right. I wouldn't vote for him as dog catcher. -----Willy
No other politician ever screwed anyone?
Riiight. They are all saints.