Trumpmentum: Did You Notice Trump’s R...

Trumpmentum: Did You Notice Trump’s Rebrand?

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“I Am No One To Be Trifled With”

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Dread Pirate Roberts

#1 Jul 11, 2016
http://www.dangerandplay.com/2016/07/09/trump...

Expect Trump to talk more about his vision for America.

You saw a hint of his visionary side in his recent speech.

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#2 Jul 11, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
http://www.dangerandplay.com/2 016/07/09/trumpmentum-did-you- notice-trumps-rebrand/

Expect Trump to talk more about his vision for America.

You saw a hint of his visionary side in his recent speech.
Remember how you all said Trump was great because he was self funding and didn't use teleprompters?

Funny how he is begging for campaign contributions now from the same big money people he said owned everyone else and is using a teleprompter as well.

And yet you all seem to have forgotten that that was why you liked him.

Oh well, no one ever accused your kind of being logically consistent.

“I Am No One To Be Trifled With”

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Dread Pirate Roberts

#3 Jul 13, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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Remember how you all said Trump was great because he was self funding and didn't use teleprompters?

Funny how he is begging for campaign contributions now from the same big money people he said owned everyone else and is using a teleprompter as well.

And yet you all seem to have forgotten that that was why you liked him.

Oh well, no one ever accused your kind of being logically consistent.
Not even Trump can self fund a whole campaign. Not during a general election. And he still spending less and do more than Hillary.

As far as the teleprompter, we like his off the cuff remarks.....but does need to be a bit more polished for the general election. A good businessman knows when to change strategy to defeat a corrupt lawyer.
Red Cloud

Mountain Home, AR

#4 Jul 13, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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Remember how you all said Trump was great because he was self funding and didn't use teleprompters?

Funny how he is begging for campaign contributions now from the same big money people he said owned everyone else and is using a teleprompter as well.

And yet you all seem to have forgotten that that was why you liked him.

Oh well, no one ever accused your kind of being logically consistent.
Donald Trump For President 2016

Clinton For Prison 2016

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#5 Jul 13, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
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Not even Trump can self fund a whole campaign. Not during a general election. And he still spending less and do more than Hillary.

As far as the teleprompter, we like his off the cuff remarks.....but does need to be a bit more polished for the general election. A good businessman knows when to change strategy to defeat a corrupt lawyer.
But the record shows that he is not a good business man at all, he is corrupt though, and he would be richer then he is if he had simply invested his daddy's money in index funds instead of playing at business, bankrupting companies and writing off money owed to small businesses in bankruptcy court.

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#6 Jul 13, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
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Not even Trump can self fund a whole campaign. Not during a general election. And he still spending less and do more than Hillary.

As far as the teleprompter, we like his off the cuff remarks.....but does need to be a bit more polished for the general election. A good businessman knows when to change strategy to defeat a corrupt lawyer.
Trump is using the press like he did during the primary season. Megyn Kelly last night said she had invited Hillary Clinton to be on her show numerous times and the campaign did not even extend the courtesy to her to decline. She said when she invited Bernie Sanders to appear during the primaries his campaign respectfully declined her invitation. Trump is sending out literature soliciting funds for his campaign. I have read his letter, and really think he makes more sense. He just has to overcome those with closed minds who have decided not to even give him a chance. An interesting thing is that on ABC News tonight they are saying that blue collar whites are voting for him when they have voted for Democrats for a long time. That could really help in places like Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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#7 Jul 13, 2016
elliott104 wrote:
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He just has to overcome those with closed minds who have decided not to even give him a chance.
He has had plenty of chances.....he keeps on saying things that are either racist or a demonstration of just how woefully uninformed he is.

Any one of the numerous racist or idiotic things he has said would have been fatal to other campaigns and you are on here whining about how people need to give him another chance?

He has had more chances then anyone else in history has ever gotten and each time he totally fails.

“I Am No One To Be Trifled With”

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Dread Pirate Roberts

#8 Jul 14, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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But the record shows that he is not a good business man at all, he is corrupt though, and he would be richer then he is if he had simply invested his daddy's money in index funds instead of playing at business, bankrupting companies and writing off money owed to small businesses in bankruptcy court.
Excuse me.....out of hundreds of businesses.....HUNDREDS.....in ternationally how many filed bankruptcy?

Yeah, speak to the hand.....considering The Hussein's policies have bankrupted the working people.

“I Am No One To Be Trifled With”

Since: Jun 09

Dread Pirate Roberts

#9 Jul 14, 2016
elliott104 wrote:
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Trump is using the press like he did during the primary season. Megyn Kelly last night said she had invited Hillary Clinton to be on her show numerous times and the campaign did not even extend the courtesy to her to decline. She said when she invited Bernie Sanders to appear during the primaries his campaign respectfully declined her invitation. Trump is sending out literature soliciting funds for his campaign. I have read his letter, and really think he makes more sense. He just has to overcome those with closed minds who have decided not to even give him a chance. An interesting thing is that on ABC News tonight they are saying that blue collar whites are voting for him when they have voted for Democrats for a long time. That could really help in places like Pennsylvania and Ohio.
He is a master at using the media.....even the media that is against him.....this race will not be the easy cake walk that many Dems think it will be.....Hillary is the Romney of the Democrats.....

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#10 Jul 14, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
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Excuse me.....out of hundreds of businesses.....HUNDREDS.....in ternationally how many filed bankruptcy?

Yeah, speak to the hand.....considering The Hussein's policies have bankrupted the working people.
He would be wealthier now if he had simply invested his Daddy's money in index funds and sat back then he is right now, after decades of playing at business and screwing over real people and real small businesses.

How do you explain that?

“I Am No One To Be Trifled With”

Since: Jun 09

Dread Pirate Roberts

#11 Jul 14, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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He would be wealthier now if he had simply invested his Daddy's money in index funds and sat back then he is right now, after decades of playing at business and screwing over real people and real small businesses.

How do you explain that?
Lies that you have heard from HIllary.

By the way, how many have jobs because of his businesses? How many have lost jobs and still don't have any because of The Hussein?

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#12 Jul 14, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
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Lies that you have heard from HIllary.

By the way, how many have jobs because of his businesses? How many have lost jobs and still don't have any because of The Hussein?
Hillary Clinton has never said that about Trump as far as I know. I certainly didn't hear it from her.

Donald Trump would be richer if he'd have invested in index funds
http://fortune.com/2015/08/20/donald-trump-in...

Facts don't matter to you though do they......a common trait among Trump voters, no surprise there.

Oh and by the way, since it seems you have forgotten, the economy was crashing when Obama's Republican predecessor handed it to him. Just a fact.

Since then, Obama has pulled it out of its nose dive.....stopped the hemorrhaging of jobs......created the longest stretch of private sector job growth in American History, Oh, and brought the unemployment rate down to a respectable 4.9%.

These are simply facts.

Your ignorance of them or denial of them does not make them any less factual.

“Denying those who deny nature”

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Norfolk va

#13 Jul 19, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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He would be wealthier now if he had simply invested his Daddy's money in index funds and sat back then he is right now, after decades of playing at business and screwing over real people and real small businesses.

How do you explain that?
You keep claiming it and yet have been unable to prove that he would of been richer investing in index funds. While Index Funds do receive plenty of positive press, they have lost value in the past. In addition, fees often sap those earning. While most 401K use them, it is not recommended for those who have significant amounts of money to invest. So much for the claim that he would be wealthier now if he had only invested in Index Funds.

Of course, the real reason why you persist with this line of reasoning is that how well he has done in business translate in many minds of how well he would do in office, of his leadership ability. Just like the claim that he is screwing over real people and real small business. Taking away from the fact that the government has also screwed over real people and real small business and how that would not only continue but only be worse with Clinton in office. Ignoring that she is in Wall Street's purse and would side with them over small business and real people.

http://www.investopedia.com/slide-show/5-reas...

http://www.investopedia.com/video/play/5-reas...

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/stocks/0...

“Denying those who deny nature”

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#14 Jul 19, 2016
Knightkore wrote:
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He is a master at using the media.....even the media that is against him.....this race will not be the easy cake walk that many Dems think it will be.....Hillary is the Romney of the Democrats.....
I had not considered comparing Hillary Clinton and Romney, but now that you have pointed it out I would have to say that it is an interesting comparison. I would also have to agree that he is a master of the media when you consider that Clinton is spending $500,000 a day on advertising and Trump is spending zero, yet, when you compare the poll results, they are close with some polls having Trump in the lead. Real Clear Politics which liberal supporters were pointing to a couple of months ago as proof that Trump had no chance now has them neck and neck with Trump gaining. The reason why is Trump has taken advantage of tne news media to have them keep his name in front of people.

I have also been reading a few blogs and one that seems to have Trump's number is written by the creator of Dilbert and has intelligently discussed both the pros and the cons of what both are doing. It also describes how people like Curtain Rod actually think. How they need labels to simplify the world into something they can deal with.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/...

http://blog.dilbert.com/post/147595892021/how...

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#15 Jul 19, 2016
tina anne wrote:
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You keep claiming it and yet have been unable to prove that he would of been richer investing in index funds. While Index Funds do receive plenty of positive press, they have lost value in the past. In addition, fees often sap those earning. While most 401K use them, it is not recommended for those who have significant amounts of money to invest. So much for the claim that he would be wealthier now if he had only invested in Index Funds.

Of course, the real reason why you persist with this line of reasoning is that how well he has done in business translate in many minds of how well he would do in office, of his leadership ability. Just like the claim that he is screwing over real people and real small business. Taking away from the fact that the government has also screwed over real people and real small business and how that would not only continue but only be worse with Clinton in office. Ignoring that she is in Wall Street's purse and would side with them over small business and real people.

http://www.investopedia.com/slide-show/5-reas...

http://www.investopedia.com/video/play/5-reas...

http://www.investopedia.com/articles/stocks/0...
Apparently you didn't read the link to Fortune magazine's analysis. They explain their calculations so that even you can understand. Many others have also made these calculations and come to the same conclusion.

I can lead you to proof but I can't make you think Tina.

“Denying those who deny nature”

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Norfolk va

#16 Jul 19, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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Apparently you didn't read the link to Fortune magazine's analysis. They explain their calculations so that even you can understand. Many others have also made these calculations and come to the same conclusion.

I can lead you to proof but I can't make you think Tina.
Why would I need to rely on Fortune's analysis when there are so many other that have pointed out the pitfalls and problems. And yes, many others have come to the same conclusion and what you failed to mention is that they lost money as a result.

Of course, you cannot admit that is true without admitting that Trump has done far better than any of those index funds have done in the same time frame. The fact is that many of those index funds actually lost value while Obama was in office. Which led to many putting off retirement, and others returning to look for work.

As for leading me to proof, what proof. Other than your claims of a Fortune magazine article and sorry, you did not mention which one, you have not bothered to provide anything other than vaporous claims. Meanwhile, I have been providing the proof.

Sorry, but when you compare actual numbers the truth is Trump has outperformed your average index fund. Then again, most index funds seem to have a problem outperforming inflation. The best thing that can be said is that most did not lose as much as other funds did, but Trump would've still lost money compared to what he has now.

In short, Trump would be worth far less if he had just invested in an index fund. Sorry, but the numbers do not lie.

http://money.cnn.com/2015/12/31/investing/sto...

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#17 Jul 22, 2016
tina anne wrote:
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I had not considered comparing Hillary Clinton and Romney, but now that you have pointed it out I would have to say that it is an interesting comparison. I would also have to agree that he is a master of the media when you consider that Clinton is spending $500,000 a day on advertising and Trump is spending zero, yet, when you compare the poll results, they are close with some polls having Trump in the lead. Real Clear Politics which liberal supporters were pointing to a couple of months ago as proof that Trump had no chance now has them neck and neck with Trump gaining. The reason why is Trump has taken advantage of tne news media to have them keep his name in front of people.

I have also been reading a few blogs and one that seems to have Trump's number is written by the creator of Dilbert and has intelligently discussed both the pros and the cons of what both are doing. It also describes how people like Curtain Rod actually think. How they need labels to simplify the world into something they can deal with.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/...

http://blog.dilbert.com/post/147595892021/how...
One thing that has impressed me about Trump is that he makes himself accessible appearing on various networks and various programs. The only time Hillary appears are in interviews where she has all the questions before hand and her campaign can formulate an answer for her to give. She may spend money but how did that work for Jeb Bush who spent $150 million and got 3 delegates? Sometimes people get fed up with negative campaign ads and tune them out. I found myself using the mute button a lot during the Georgia Senate campaign in 2014 where there was one attack ad after another. I voted for the winner because his opponent went way over the top making false and exaggerated claims about her opponent when he stuck mostly to issues.

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#18 Jul 22, 2016
Curtain Rod wrote:
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Hillary Clinton has never said that about Trump as far as I know. I certainly didn't hear it from her.

Donald Trump would be richer if he'd have invested in index funds
http://fortune.com/2015/08/20/donald-trump-in...

Facts don't matter to you though do they......a common trait among Trump voters, no surprise there.

Oh and by the way, since it seems you have forgotten, the economy was crashing when Obama's Republican predecessor handed it to him. Just a fact.

Since then, Obama has pulled it out of its nose dive.....stopped the hemorrhaging of jobs......created the longest stretch of private sector job growth in American History, Oh, and brought the unemployment rate down to a respectable 4.9%.

These are simply facts.

Your ignorance of them or denial of them does not make them any less factual.
And what exactly did Obama do to make the economy so good? Presidents have very little effect on the economy. Oil prices are down partly because of increased production in the US with the Saudis continuing to pump oil. That has put more disposable income into the pockets of average citizens and helped the economy prosper. Obama did nothing because the global economy is something far beyond his control. And the labor participation rate is very high and that unemployment rate is as phony as a $3 bill. No single quarter has seen a GDP growth of more than 2.6% with most much lower. And some demographics are doing much worse with black teen unemployment around 50%. And other areas of the country are still seeing a very sluggish economy. Not all rosy and those negatives are not Obama's fault either. Presidents do not make or break an economy. That is a fallacy that too many people believe.

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