Has Donald Trump Already Failed Us?

Has Donald Trump Already Failed Us?

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“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#1 Nov 29, 2016
He's flipped and flopped on almost every campain promise so far and has even said that his campain promises "are negotiable".

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Eleanor Rigby

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#2 Nov 29, 2016
Trump pledged to protect Medicare; his choice for health secretary has other ideas
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-...

President-elect Donald Trump reassured voters during his political campaign that he would protect Medicare, Social Security and other popular federal assistance programs. Unlike some groups that failed to vote in this election -- seniors will show up in force to the polls if they touch Social Security or Medicare. Have they forgotten that there are 77 million baby boomers who are retiring at a rate of 1,000 a day? They may think they can do this, but just try it and it will take 20 or 30 years for Republican to get back in again.

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“Rico's Are Everywhere”

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#3 Nov 29, 2016
Trump is setting up the nation for destruction ad we speak.

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#4 Nov 29, 2016
Hey! What a great thread...

Can I post here?

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#5 Nov 29, 2016
Rico from East Los II wrote:
He's flipped and flopped on almost every campain promise so far and has even said that his campain promises "are negotiable".
"negotiable"..

I think that's Trump speak for, "not implementable".

He needs to get Kelly Ann Conway on these discrepancies between his campaign promises and his current stances/ policies, quick.

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“Rico's Are Everywhere”

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#6 Nov 30, 2016
X -Man- wrote:
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"negotiable"..

I think that's Trump speak for, "not implementable".

He needs to get Kelly Ann Conway on these discrepancies between his campaign promises and his current stances/ policies, quick.
The Trumobots have nothing to say about him flip flopping on his campaign promises.

You notice the crickets in here?

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Well Well

Pomona, CA

#7 Nov 30, 2016
If Trump picks Sh!t Romney for his dream team, it would be like hiring Hillary. I could never support some one who picked a proven loser. Trump would be committing political suicide before swearing in. Americans know what Romney said about Trump. Trump would be working against Americans if he picks Romney and it would be a cancer to his administration. We'll soon find out. I would start to worry. You know what, how come you have to be filthy rich to be president. All the stupid people are rich, and all the smart intelligent ones are poor. If Trump want's to be a winner, stay away from Hillary, oops I mean Sh!t Romney. Romney is just like former democrat senator lying Harry Reid. Sh!t for brains, lying Harry Reid really had fun f cking every American in this country, another proven corrupt idiot. And he's rich. He's rich by f cking Americans. He's still walking the streets.

“this gun for hire”

Since: Jan 09

Sunset Beach

#8 Nov 30, 2016
Rico from East Los II wrote:
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The Trumobots have nothing to say about him flip flopping on his campaign promises.

You notice the crickets in here?
Trump has already gone back on at least three of his promises. He is an out and out fraud. He said what he had to say to get elected. I believe his goal to become president was to take away the trade restriction that will profit his off shore businesses. He is a business man, not a leader.
oh yea, no vids.....

“Heartful of Soul”

Since: Feb 09

El Dorado

#9 Nov 30, 2016
johnny belinda wrote:
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Trump has already gone back on at least three of his promises. He is an out and out fraud. He said what he had to say to get elected. I believe his goal to become president was to take away the trade restriction that will profit his off shore businesses. He is a business man, not a leader.
oh yea, no vids.....
I got a question, this trump is all over the place and says just about anything, anytime and anywhere. Everything he's doing now doesn't mean you can really say he's gonna do after he's erected. Who knows what he might spring forth. Anyway wouldn't it make more sense to wait and see what he really does after he's sworn......I mean like if he makes it that far. Everything is just speculation and projection from both sides and a big guessing game show.

“this gun for hire”

Since: Jan 09

Sunset Beach

#10 Nov 30, 2016
D Valens wrote:
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I got a question, this trump is all over the place and says just about anything, anytime and anywhere. Everything he's doing now doesn't mean you can really say he's gonna do after he's erected. Who knows what he might spring forth. Anyway wouldn't it make more sense to wait and see what he really does after he's sworn......I mean like if he makes it that far. Everything is just speculation and projection from both sides and a big guessing game show.
I got a question.....are you here to discuss & debate, or play music?......(:- P

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#11 Dec 1, 2016
johnny belinda wrote:
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I got a question.....are you here to discuss & debate, or play music?......(:- P
Everything...

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#12 Dec 1, 2016
Trump's Treasury pick foreclosed on a 90-year-old woman ... over 27 cents

What a douche

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#13 Dec 1, 2016
D Valens wrote:
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I got a question, this trump is all over the place and says just about anything, anytime and anywhere. Everything he's doing now doesn't mean you can really say he's gonna do after he's erected. Who knows what he might spring forth. Anyway wouldn't it make more sense to wait and see what he really does after he's sworn......I mean like if he makes it that far. Everything is just speculation and projection from both sides and a big guessing game show.
He has both parties against him so I'm not quite sure if he's going to accomplish any of his campain promises.

He already changing his mind on many promises already.

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#14 Dec 1, 2016
Bernie Sanders: Trump isn’t saving jobs, he’s giving corporations money for nothing

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#15 Dec 1, 2016
Man who worked on Trump's Michigan campaign convicted of 10 counts of voter fraud
Well Well

Pomona, CA

#16 Dec 1, 2016
Burning the American flag is a democrat thing. Why punish them, shoot them. Watch the stock market take a dive if Trump picks Romney.

“Lets Go - Why Not”

Since: Jun 11

Laredo Tornado

#17 Dec 1, 2016
Rico from East Los II wrote:
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Everything...
I reckon that means me and some others I won't mention, but they'll come along soon.
But I got a bone to pick and I guess I'll post it here too. Often wondered why so many poor unfortunate ignorant trailer trash folks would vote for a fella like trump. I mean a billionaire that ain't got one thing in common with them except for one thing. Getting rid of Mexicans. So instead of being envious, jealous of what trump has, it's what the Mexicans can obtain & garner that makes these deplorables angry. So one has to figure for all practical purposes, it's just old fashioned prejudice. Well, if they're too ignorant to see that. There's no way anybody can make them see the light. So might as well play them a tune they can chin dribble too. Oh yea, I grew up, lived, worked around Mexican people. Sure there's good & bad, just like any people. But they never have come up with the likes of a Trump.

“Rico's Are Everywhere”

Since: Dec 09

Gangland, North America

#18 Dec 1, 2016
NuRidersoftheePurpleSage wrote:
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I reckon that means me and some others I won't mention, but they'll come along soon.
But I got a bone to pick and I guess I'll post it here too. Often wondered why so many poor unfortunate ignorant trailer trash folks would vote for a fella like trump. I mean a billionaire that ain't got one thing in common with them except for one thing. Getting rid of Mexicans. So instead of being envious, jealous of what trump has, it's what the Mexicans can obtain & garner that makes these deplorables angry. So one has to figure for all practical purposes, it's just old fashioned prejudice. Well, if they're too ignorant to see that. There's no way anybody can make them see the light. So might as well play them a tune they can chin dribble too. Oh yea, I grew up, lived, worked around Mexican people. Sure there's good & bad, just like any people. But they never have come up with the likes of a Trump.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =myhnAZFR1poXX
Thats the thing. Many Trump supporters are low on the IQ scale. They just believe anything that sound appealing to their prejudices.

Below is a headline about voter fraud. They just keep on believing the lie. To be honest, you see them doing that here on Topix too.

"Google it," said one Donald J. Trump supporter. "You can find it on Facebook," said another. The claim of voter fraud has been disproven, but these Trump supporters stick by it.

“dystopian proles”

Since: Feb 09

ludovico

#19 Dec 1, 2016
Rico from East Los II wrote:
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Thats the thing. Many Trump supporters are low on the IQ scale. They just believe anything that sound appealing to their prejudices.

Below is a headline about voter fraud. They just keep on believing the lie. To be honest, you see them doing that here on Topix too.

"Google it," said one Donald J. Trump supporter. "You can find it on Facebook," said another. The claim of voter fraud has been disproven, but these Trump supporters stick by it.
A demigod needs a scapegoat, like Hitler needed the Jews. It's a simple plan for simple sheep. I tell you one thing though that kind of plan might be successful in places like the south or where there's not a lot of Mexicans or whomever is in the spotlight. But here in the southwest, especially in Calif. we're not going to put up with that BS. And it's not because we're liberal, progressive, in love with minorities or westerners whatever rhetoric trumpster's give. It's because that isn't our way as Americans. We're not going to
Run Like Hell
Gerry Manding

Santa Ana, CA

#20 Dec 1, 2016
Fiscal Cliff Is Latest Symptom of Unfair Redistricting
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/12...

If the latest Washington gridlock rankles you, turn your eyes to the structural flaw in American elections that perpetuates these stalemates and that will plague us for another decade, unless we fix it.
On the surface, it looks as though the American electorate deliberately split power between Democrats and Republicans and created gridlock. House Speaker John Boehner’s rejection of President Obama’s bid to raise income tax rates on the wealthy rests on the continuing Republican majority in the House and the claim that House Republicans won a mandate from American voters in November to keep all the current tax rates in place.
But that’s false. Republicans did not win an electoral mandate. In fact, they lost the popular vote for the House of Representatives. More Americans voted this year for Democratic House candidates than for Republicans and yet the GOP wound up with the House majority. That happened once before—in 1996.
By the Associated Press official vote tally, Democratic candidates for the House won a million more votes than Republicans—56,056,564 to 55,028,230—and yet the Republicans got a House majority, 234 to 201.
Most of us know that what mostly stacks the deck is the gerrymandering of congressional districts. After the 2010 Census and the 2010 elections, Republicans controlled the most state legislatures and governors’ mansions and that gave them the power to draw district lines in their own favor.
As we learned in high school history, Gov. Eldridge Gerry of Massachusetts pioneered the practice of manipulating the boundaries of congressional districts for partisan advantage in 1812. Since then we’ve passively ignored how this partisan tactic distorts the way Congress writes our laws. But in the past few decades, gerrymandering has become so egregious that it undermines the credibility of House elections.
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