Skip to comments.I will never vote for Donald Trump
Posted on 04/08/2011 8:42:17 PM PDT by Jean S
Good grief people! Too many are jumping on the Trump bandwagon solely because of the Obama birth certificate.
Do you really want this man as your next president?
Let’s see here...
On the one hand we have candidates who have never run a profitable business. This group have been involved in spending taxpayer money just about their whole lives. They look good, talk good, write good.
Then we have the community organizer who was never involved in anything of substance.
Or we have Trump who is a successful business person who is in charge of an organization that makes a profit, who manages several hundred people in a work force.
I would vote for experience over appearance any day.
Romney or the Huckster = Romney.
Romney or Pawlenty = Romney.
Romney or Santorium = Romney.
Romney or Jindal = Romney.
Romney or Palin = Romney.
Romney or Trump = Trump.
It is clear that the Rep establishment has already picked Romney. Even with the FR frenzy Palin cannot and will not win if nominated. I will take Trump over Romney any day, any time, any where.
Romney or Trump = Trump.
Trump is my first choice by far now. Compared to huck, romney, t paw, newt, and the others - geeez - trump deserves a shot.
Not to mention his slamming opec and saying “we have a muslim problem”.
I would vote for madoff vandersloot over obama if given the choice.
I don’t trust him. Period.
I’m not sure he’s running. He may just be having some fun.
Chuck Norris ain’t got nothin’ on Donald Trump.
When Chuck Norris goes to bed at night, he checks his closet for Donald Trump.
They call him “The Donald” because “King of the World” just didn’t have enough gravitas.
If I had to guess, perhaps it’s honest love for country, combined with a nice ego trip along for the ride.
Perhaps he’s figured that at 65 years old, he’s made his name, and his kids have taken the mantle. Therefore, he can make that final move to serve his country.
Or - perhaps he just wants to add “President of the US” to his resume.
Either way, he’s got my attention.
Love him or hate him, Trump has a better chance to beat Obama than anyone.
In fact I’m a bit more optimistic than that person, in that I think not only COULD Trump beat Obambi, but if he runs, he will win in a near-landslide.
Obama’s running scared, you can see it in his eyes lately.
He now favors a market-based, selling-across-state-lines type plan now.
And repealing Obamacare.
I can easily live with that.
Not even in the same league.
People were excited about Brown because he could win in MA and was far better than anyone else.
We’re excited about Trump for FAR greater reasons.
But he WON’T run as an independent.
And Perot would have won as a Republican back in ‘92.
No, it’s not, but what’s the alternative?
Palin as nominee, who will get 35% of the vote nationally if she’s lucky?
(although I’m betting that she doesn’t run at all...and enough of her voters defect to Trump to put him over the top in the end)
Hint: That’s incorrect.
Personally he’s never been bankrupt. And aside from the early 90s, nothing else that has happened has involved businesses he’s owned that much of - most of what he does now is “lease his name” so to speak, in the same way the Ritz-Carlton does.
Ah, a fan of reality I see.
If he’s the nominee, I’m voting for him. Would you prefer Obama?
Let’s dig down.
First, Huckabee won’t be running. So let’s say ~60% of his support goes to Palin, bringing her up to about third place. The rest of Huck’s support splits between Romney and Trump mostly, but a little to the others. In this case Romney still leads.
Newt runs, but drops out when he has a poor showing. He endorses Trump, who gets a bit over half of Newt’s former support. This brings Trump to a 1 pt lead overall over Romney.
Palin drops out, and helps Romney a bit, but by this time, Trump has the edge and gets the nomination.
It’s also not the state house in Juneau, but that doesn’t stop people from drooling over Palin.