Why Trump won, a message! (Page 3)

longpigchef
longpigchef: The question is, why will he be re-elected. I would honestly be surprised if he wasn't. People don't realize how many voters agree with his message.
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briansmythe
briansmythe: Yeah none of them were any good candidates. If thats the best we can do
Its Capitalism out of control
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Agreed.
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RichLoy
RichLoy: If you have know of me, I would have told you years ago that I had already hired him to be President. However, I didn't receive my accounts, so it would have been breach of contract!
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Sandra057
Sandra057: Rich since you hired him time to fire his ass
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junyabee
junyabee: Trump placed himself as the (false) tribune of an angst derived from a cultural yearning for things which were no longer achievable with the traditional mores that defined that culture in its perceived mythical 'Hey Day', and are now anachronistic in the present narrative of competing logics; as much like the indigenous peoples' way of life was replaced by a more flexible, less parochial scheme of things.. As further elaborated ->
Last anachronistic bastion:
Person-centric loyalty

Audio version:
https://1drv.ms/u/s!Aik6CvaAE1b8jRhpSqtajcz4rKeW
Link:
https://capitalismthesocietalseedsofimp-juny.blogspot.com/2019/01/last-anachronistic-bastion-person.html

As was said in the initiation of the Christian Era (C.E.):
If one took Jesus as an avatar for a new construct of social logic, then family and other social and cultural loyalties couldn’t and shouldn’t be superordinate to more cogent and logical propositions. Yet, 2000+ years later, social and cultural themes still celebrate the ‘blood ties’ and ‘blood bonds’ as not only the ethical standard, but the moral standard for human interaction. And concurrently the rise of transnational entities, let alone transcultural themes reflect the move from the more blood and locale related centered to the more abstract and extrapolated constructs of their biological and social origins.
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Make Mexico great again
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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Make tacos full again!
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Billie Ingle
Billie Ingle: Why he won because most are tired of the immigrants don't dare to show and did it with a vote on trump because he wants to get rid of them
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longpigchef
longpigchef: What about the immigrants that voted for him?
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Billie Ingle
Billie Ingle: Those would be dumbo's
Trump said for years to build that wall so why a immigrant would vote for him
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Cenababy
Cenababy:
Many immigrants voted for him. Fact check = YES. Many , ask the ones who come here legalky, fact check = they want them gone.

Now ASK THE MOMS OF DEAD CHILDREN. YES!

when "dumbos" dont follow the news or whats going on they make ignorant comments! Fact, YES

Now, what was this video about? I see nothing substantial in these uniformed comments. Why did he win? Fact = revolt!
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Many immigrants are not illegal. That's a fact often overlooked. And many of them don't like people who try to enter the country illegally.
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Cenababy
Cenababy: Exactly, my ancestors were legal!!!! People need to open their brains.
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Billie Ingle
Billie Ingle: Maybe they think their country is better, most are like that and when you say why don't you go back you won't get a answer. They know if they go back they get shot
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Nah Mexico isn't that bad. Ive been there a couple times. Its just like the gangbanger shit going on in the United States. It sucks but its anywhere you you. Same problems, same solutions. I would suggest that instead of a wall place sharpshooter towers 3 miles apart along the border. It would be effective provided those manning them weren't regulated by the same rules of engagement as a mall cop. Its a shitty deal but it would likely be effective and the only people that would risk such a crossing would be the criminals that we wish to keep out. Just a thought...
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Billie Ingle
Billie Ingle: Mexico not bad they are the #1 in Drugs Export, all weed, heroin and etc... is Mexican. Also unregistered guns or weapons.
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Lol. Maybe you should double check your facts... #1 in all that? Impressive.im all for good argument. Where do those drugs come from in the first place?
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longpigchef
longpigchef: Mexico's only the #1exporter of marijuana... To the U.S... thats the only #1 they have. Dont get me wrong, I don't want them coming and going. We can't take care of ourselves, let alone migrants, but as a whole, they possess no greater propensity for shittiness than we do.
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rockcut
rockcut: Trump won nothing but our dear Country lost big time
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Cenababy
Cenababy: In 2010, the FBI released a statement detailing the southwestern border and Mexico’s involvement in the illicit drug trade within the United States. At the time, Mexico was the No. 1 foreign supplier of marijuana. While Mexico produces no cocaine, the cartels do move Colombian cocaine through South and Central America into the U.S. through Mexico.

Mexico is also the largest supplier of methamphetamine. The country has labs established on both sides of the border that are controlled by Mexican drug cartels. Although Asia and the Middle East were the largest producers of heroin, 39% of heroin identified by DEA signature programs originated from Mexico, making the southwest border the source for many heroin overdoses west of the Mississippi River.
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Cenababy
Cenababy: Also....Since 2012, the number of traffickers apprehended at U.S. borders has steadily increased from 364,768 to nearly 500,000 in 2014. From 2012 to 2015 the U.S. Border Patrol has seized more than:

8.2 million lbs. of marijuana
32,600 lbs. of cocaine
34,000 ounces of heroin
17,600 lbs. of methamphetamine..at our southern borders!
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Cenababy
Cenababy: So, in other words, mexico cartels are responsible!!!
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longpigchef
longpigchef: sounds more like an American consumer issue to me.
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longpigchef
longpigchef: hey I voted for the man, and unless given a better option I will do so again.... but the " facts " people love to quote, are typically not based in much reality.
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