Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by viren, Jul 17, 2016.
You just described Trump...and yet (correct me if I'm wrong) you supported him. That's a serious amount of disconnect you have going on.
Yawn. You remind me of a child who finally gets his first 'hit' in T-ball and thinks he won the Word Series. How embarrassing for you.
nope my disconnect is with my country not USA
in my opinion for your country i feel Trump was the best way to force or at least try to get change.
read into it what you want but that does not mean you know.
Okay, but your complaint still describes what Trump is and has done for his entire life in business. What is the evidence he'll change?
if you have so much knowledge and wisdom may i ask why you didn't run for president of your such great country ? would you get much support ? more than trump ?
Seriously? This is like the most absurd thing I've read.
then close your eyes.
or ask your mum to explain it to you.
Okay. Let me see if I can translate your post.
You agree with how I characterized Trump because you didn't dispute I was accurate. I based my comments on Trumps decades of business practices, you didn't dispute that either. So your response was to deflect to saying, 'garsh if yer so smart, why didn't you run'. Wouldn't your argument apply to EVERYONE who makes an observation? You didn't think at all, so yeah, I agree with your though not, or is that not thought, comment.
nope that is YOUR assumption of my answers i have my opinion and you have yours.
you just assume then answer.
you are not the answer to everything like you seem to put yourself across as.
but hey who am i to "POP" your bubble.
Ask my mom how to deflect legitimate questions in the lamest way possible?
Like seriously, the most disappointing thing about this election is the amount of deflection on both sides. You can't even have a real conversation with people without them either randomly attacking the opposite/other candidates, posting meme bull****, or deflecting in the most meaningless way.
As a sysadmin for a union contractor in New Jersey, I've had conversations with subcontractors that have been royally ****ed over by Trump's real estate company, or subsidiaries. There is a mountain of **** following him that only doesn't seem as bad as Clinton because it's not occurring at a national scale. So I think it's a pretty legitimate question why people believe he's suddenly going to take power and end corruption, when not only is his business corrupt - but he's been a driving force behind the rampant lobbying in the country. That's not even to mention that his current top picks for a portion of his cabinet are political hacks that have been part of the show for a while now.
What's the point of "drain the swap" when you fill it back in with bull****.
hahaha typical Guru3d cry baby's
didn't get your way so must go on and spit out until you cry... get over it trump is in.
go cry to HC not me i cant help you.
F**K You Dude......Life is good here so don't put us down...
not how they show it on TV sorry didnt mean to offend
i'd better explain ...
with corporate business abusing your country i don't want them coming to my country treating the citizens like the USA citizens.
pollution in drinking water ect.
Listen i have the up most respect for USA citizens even more so the poorer side (i come from the poor in UK)
I can understand hardship (had it most my life even though im still homeless living with friends)
I dont want to offend anyone who had true hard ship in their life.
I didn't vote for Hillary lol.
Yeah, that's about the immaturity we've come to expect from Trumpists.
Again, just like the Hillary people - it's a small vocal subset of Trump supporters. There are certain positions that I actually agree with Trump on. I'm just not sure that I value those positions over all the ones I disagree with him on.
In general though I find it frustrating to deal with people on both sides.
oh well that just means me and you wont get along, although i am human enough to respect your opinion.
Absolutely. I've never posted a thing in support of Hillary. I've only pointed out that based on their long history in public, one is less of a risk than the other.
Yes folks, Trump actually did say "“I didn’t think I’d say this but I’m going to say it, and I hate to say it, but if I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation because there has never been so many lies, so much deception, there has never been anything like it and we’re going to have a special prosecutor,” Trump said, adding that when he is in power, Clinton would be “in jail.”
That's the sort of thing we expect from third world dictators: jailing their political foes.