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Sunday, 12 July 2015

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Mr Trump is like own Mr Farage. He refreshes the parts that other politicians don't even bother to try and reach.

Well, so did dear old Adolph of sacred memory. Read Trump's business history and ask yourself if you would lend him your last £50?

Well, not my last fifty. But if I was an American, I might invest 50 just so he can upset the rest of them.

http://20committee.com/2015/07/02/why-trump-matters/

http://www.redstate.com/2015/07/10/donald-point-illegal-immigrants-five-times-likely-commit-felonies/

"Trump, at least at the moment, fills that bill. He’s saying things that much of the country is thinking or at least wondering about. And they want answers. That, of course, is where Trump will fall short. However, there are many out there very happy with the fact that marginal Republican or not, Trump is making the establishment Republicans very uncomfortable (to the point that they’re trying to find ways to keep him out of debates, etc.). Frankly, they need to be uncomfortable."

http://hotair.com/archives/2015/07/10/explaining-the-trump-poll-numbers/

Now look here, BOE, this sort of subversive behaviour is all well and good for the likes of Russell Brand but not from 'a former senior air person'!

Well, JK, they seem to have the measure of 'The Donald' but perhaps the most worrying factor is the deep distrust Americans now appear to have for all of their politicians. "There may be troubles ahead"!

Trust, like respect, has to be earned!

"Well, JK, they seem to have the measure of 'The Donald' but perhaps the most worrying factor is the deep distrust Americans now appear to have for all of their politicians."

Yep David, the problem for the Republicans though, is the 2012 Republican Primaries Debates are all on YouTube.

Been a heckuva lot of "evolving" going on in what passes for politician's memories since the last time - too bad the Electorate has Google!

Mistrust of government officials is written in our Constitution. We make an exception, "in time of war." That's one reason we don't like war, because it requires more trust than we have seen to be healthy. If only all parties participated in the culture of mistrust, we'd have a pretty healthy country, once again.

"Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and presidential candidate Carly Fiorina seemed to embrace Trump's views.

"Donald Trump taps into an anger that I hear every day," she told ABC's "This Week", adding that wanting to secure the nation's borders was "not extreme, it's commonsense".

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/07/12/us-usa-election-trump-republicans-idUSKCN0PM0RH20150712

That Carly can't be elected President is prima fascia evidence that the US is not ready for self government.

Jk. Lenin recognised the right of self determination. Britain seems to have given that up voluntarily although thankfully we did not join in in the Franco Germanic Euro. YET!

"Sorry, Donald, old chap, but it sounds to me that you're 'not quite 16 annas to the rupee'."

http://20committee.com/2015/07/15/trump-and-hitlers-recreated-bodyguard/

Oh dear, what a total prat!

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