1. abcinsc on August 6, 2015 at 9:54 am

    Maybe not.

    • quinersdiner on August 6, 2015 at 10:00 am

      You may be right. I think Mr. Trump taps into a deep contempt many conservatives have for our oppressive federal government, and his willingness to snub PC thought police. I think his novelty will soon wear off.

      • encourage the faithful on August 6, 2015 at 10:29 am

        Yes, Tom, you are right, as far as I am concerned, about the contempt for the present administration. Furthermore, Barack Obama has his own ill-concealed contempt for Christianity, as do most men who have darkened souls. Trump is not a humble man, as far as the public can know from his own words and actions, but he does not revile God. He does not have that perversion in his heart and mind like Obama has. He does not display the traits of narcissism, psychopathy and moral depravity as does Obama.

        So, Donald Trump, in my view, would be a deliverance from the evil and mad emperor in our White House. Donald would bring some truth and stability and common sense to this country. Obama, embracing evil as he has done for so long, and bringing so many down that path with him, is dangerous. His mind has become futile and his resultant actions have caused so much depravity and loss to our country that it makes me sick as I am sure it does to others.

        I am going to be watching Fox News today for the two presidential debates. I need this lifeline, this sanity, this hope of a renewed ideology away from the horrors of such mass confusion as we have had for almost seven years. We have such a mess to clean up!

      • abcinsc on August 6, 2015 at 11:09 am

        What I find interesting is that he’s paying for his own campaign. Recently Fox News reported that 60 megabucks donors accounted for the bulk of the rest of the field’s campaign financing. Everyone on that stage owes something to someone who will expect payback at a later date. Except Trump! He actually is taking the money out of politics. Think about the ramifications if a president didn’t owe anything to anybody, except to what he thought (right or wrong) was best for the country. The possibilities are endless.

        • quinersdiner on August 6, 2015 at 12:42 pm

          It’s a legitimate point.

  2. Two Men On A Bench on August 6, 2015 at 2:05 pm

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  3. Lorra B. on August 7, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    One thing is for sure, Trump is not afraid to call anyone out on the table and he sure has spiced up the debate process! LOL… I agree that not owing anyone for his campaign COULD be a plus but it could also invoke a ‘God-like’ or an ‘above the rest’ quality as well and THAT is something I, for one, would like to see leaving the WH. 🙂 No, I don’t know that Trump has that kind of attitude at all…just making an observation…