Donald Trump rates GWB as CEO


Kreskin
#1

httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvKdxFn8FfauU



I think he's bang on in his analysis of the situation.
 
tamarin
Conservative
#2
Is Donald Trump gay? He does walk the walk.
 
Kreskin
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by tamarinView Post

Is Donald Trump gay? He does walk the walk.

Heh?
 
missile
Conservative
#4
I'm betting he keeps his hair at Wrestlemania. It''ll be great seeing Vince in skinhead mode
 
tamarin
Conservative
#5
He's a really freaky guy. He's probably some plasticized electronic gizmo. I'm surprised he's still around. The impulse to slap him must be overpowering for most.
 
Kreskin
#6
The truth hurts Tamarin.
 
tamarin
Conservative
#7
Ah, what is truth, the sage asked.
 
Kreskin
#8
If you have to ask you'll never know.
 
tamarin
Conservative
#9
Ah, conundrums. And you'll never know unless you ask.
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
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Trump appeared on CNN and hammered Bush for his stupid war and all else. When a corporate welfare recipient is honest enough to admit that the Bush regime is all f****d up, it's time for his defenders to stop and listen.
 
Kreskin
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Quote: Originally Posted by gopherView Post

Trump appeared on CNN and hammered Bush for his stupid war and all else. When a corporate welfare recipient is honest enough to admit that the Bush regime is all f****d up, it's time for his defenders to stop and listen.

Exactly. He didn't just fall off a turnip truck. When the King of Capitalist Elites calls him the worst President in the history of the United States, the jig is pretty much up.
 
selfactivated
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

Exactly. He didn't just fall off a turnip truck. When the King of Capitalist Elites calls him the worst President in the history of the United States, the jig is pretty much up.


What? MY oppinion isnt good enough for ya? Ya gotta ask one egomaniac about another? Oh wait I fit that group!
 
s243a
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

httpwwwyoutubecomwatchvKdxFn8FfauU



I think he's bang on in his analysis of the situation.

The interview lead him with the questions.
 
Kreskin
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by s243aView Post

The interview lead him with the questions.

He must've been lead again tonight because his tune didn't change 6 months later. If you watch the clip carefully he corrects the interviewer. I don't think he's the kind of guy who bases his views on what you want to hear. Nice try though.
 
s243a
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Quote: Originally Posted by KreskinView Post

He must've been lead again tonight because his tune didn't change 6 months later. If you watch the clip carefully he corrects the interviewer. I don't think he's the kind of guy who bases his views on what you want to hear. Nice try though.

You miss the point. Trump is suppose to be this great wise businessmen and the interview was trying to get some of that “expert perspective”. However, to get answers in the form that the interviewer wanted he had to lead trump with the questions. If trump is being interviewed because of his supposed expert business perspective why didn’t more of that come though in the interview?
 
Kreskin
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by s243aView Post

You miss the point. Trump is suppose to be this great wise businessmen and the interview was trying to get some of that “expert perspective”. However, to get answers in the form that the interviewer wanted he had to lead trump with the questions. If trump is being interviewed because of his supposed expert business perspective why didn’t more of that come though in the interview?

The interviewer wanted Trumps opinion of Bush as a CEO. Leadership skills etc. Trump gave his opinion very clearly. Is there something he said that you disagree with?
 
I think not
#17
I think Donald should stick to building lavish casino hotels and apartment buildings and leave politics to someone else. Any chance this guy can get to be on camera, he hops on it.

He did bring up a few good points though.
 
normbc9
Conservative
#18
Th interview was watched by five very conservative government administrative employees and while Trump is no darling opf the viewers what he said sure did strike home. All that has taken place of of thw White House in GWB's second term has been very questioable to us who see the insiders paperwork. Memo's to Disregard Standing Orders is now the norm. And it comes from that level. Severe reductions in critical budget items occur overnight. Our miliotary reservists are on fourth of fifth call-ups within a three year period and there is no financial assistantance for their affected families. The medical care and recovery therapies needed by the wounded are lacking due to both facitiy and trained reopvery therapists. Testimony given under oath seem to be very contradictory
too. Our attitude is that five decorated military veterans of the US question the integrity of the entire White House staff. Cheney doesn't lie. He just never answers the questions or tells the whole story. He is very adept at being evasive.
 
Curiosity
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Forum had a cramp I guess. double post
 
Curiosity
#20
What's with la Donald's interview? He's just jacking up his ratings for the Apprentice which seems to be in the toilet again this year.

Bush is a good candidate to pick on - join the long list of complainers....

Gotta remember Trump generated a higher audience rating when he took on that "happy talk girl" Rosie O'Donnell....I guess he thought he'd try another object of disaffection.

Donald's better assessing real estate and construction....that's his line of work....

I guess I'll ask my air conditioning guy tomorrow about the president - see what he says...
 
Kreskin
#21
I thought he brought up some very interesting points. Condi Rice for example. She has accomplished nothing and has been an absolute catastrophe. Yet she just rolls along unchallenged by anyone, the darling she is. Anyone know of anything she has done that has had positive results?
 
mabudon
#22
Ad Hominem attacks?? That's IT???

Gooooooood....... GOOOOOOOOOOOOOD.......

Your masters have taught you all well, too bad that stuff doesn't work on folks that use their brains
 
Curiosity
#23
So I guess this was one of Trump's Good Points????

Quote:

Donald Trump: Let’s bomb Iran.

Trump today on Bush’s speech: “You know, the one thing I sorta liked was what they were saying about Iran. I believe you have to go in and strike Iran — not with soldiers. You know, it’s not a world of soldiers anymore. It’s a world of air. It’s a world of different kinds of, you know, we’ve changed.”

I guess La Donald doesn't get that with a couple of bombs the whole nation and more could be wiped out....but then he didn't have much military training did he? All these doilies should stay put with their fun, their money, their wives, and stay outta politics when they aren't privy to anything real ...
 
tamarin
Conservative
#24
It's time for a Donald dump. Surely, the circus sorrounding the death of Anna Nicole has signalled it's time for us all to get back to basics. No better way to do it than to flip the bird to Donald and all the hangers-on of the celebrity community.
 
El Barto
#25
Well Trumps plans sounds clear. Just the details about the oil missing. Sound s way better than what the current government is proposing. I think they are a fraid of Iran taking it over tho.
 
tay
#26
What can I say for the schmucks that would fall for this guy...........




New York’s attorney general sued Donald Trump for $40-million Saturday, saying the real estate mogul helped run a phoney “Trump University” that promised to make students rich but instead steered them into expensive and mostly useless seminars, and even failed to deliver promised apprenticeships.

Trump shot back that the Democrat’s lawsuit is false and politically motivated.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says many of the 5,000 students who paid up to $35,000 thought they would at least meet Trump but instead all they got was their picture taken in front of a life-size picture of The Apprentice TV star.

“Trump University engaged in deception at every stage of consumers’ advancement through costly programs and caused real financial harm,” Schneiderman said. “Trump University, with Donald Trump’s knowledge and participation, relied on Trump’s name recognition and celebrity status to take advantage of consumers who believed in the Trump brand.”

Schneiderman’s lawsuit covers complaints dating to 2005 through 2011. Students paid between $1,495 and $35,000 to learn from the Manhattan mogul who wrote the bestseller, “Art of the Deal” a decade ago followed by “How to Get Rich” and “Think Like a Billionaire.”

Scheiderman said the three-day seminars didn’t, as promised, teach consumers everything they needed to know about real estate.

The Trump University manual tells instructors not to let consumers “think three days will be enough to make them successful,” Schneiderman said.

At the seminars, consumers were told about “Trump Elite” mentorships that cost $10,000 to $35,000. Students were promised individual instruction until they made their first deal. Schneiderman said participants were urged to extend the limit on their credit cards for real estate deals, but then used the credit to pay for the Trump Elite programs. The attorney general said the program also failed to promptly cancel memberships as promised.



Donald Trump facing $40M fraud suit as N.Y. accuses tycoon of swindling students with phoney university | National Post
 
hunboldt
Free Thinker
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by I think notView Post

I think Donald should stick to building lavish casino hotels and apartment buildings and leave politics to someone else. Any chance this guy can get to be on camera, he hops on it.

He did bring up a few good points though.

I thank that Muskrat scalp should run for the Presidency in 2016, With Michelle Bachman for Vice.
 
tay
#28
Donald Trump loses legal challenge to windfarm near his Scottish golf resort






Donald Trump loses legal challenge to windfarm near his Scottish golf resort | World news | theguardian.com (external - login to view)








 
Dixie Cup
Conservative
#29
I bet if the conversation was today about Obama, the conversation wouldn't be much different. How sad is that? What is lacking is someone who has the intestinal fortitude to actually lead and do the things that need to be done, but the country keeps electing idiots (in either party).


JMHO
 
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