13 Sep '16 21:24>
Originally posted by normbenignYes, actually, I do.
Seriously, do you really believe what you write?
Nobody running for President, except an incumbent has any valid experience or knowledge.
Do you really believe what you write? If you do, then you are monumentally stupid.
The only thing we have to go on, is the candidate's promises and their past performance in the jobs they held.
Actually there is a lot more to go on than that. Without looking at Trumps past performance at all, I can tell you straight away that he would make a terrible president.
If we were to look at his past performance, then it just compounds it - he would make a terrible terrible president.
Most voters, including you will vote based on partisanship.
I am not a voter. If I was, I would probably vote based on partisanship. But I would think twice if the party I favoured fielded someone like Trump.
I would contend that Mr. Trump competed in an arena where being wrong cost him a lot of money. That beats politics any day in my book.
So Trumps terrible business skills is something to be admired in your book? Or just the fact that he was in business? I am not following.
All the politician has to do is dupe hacks who are already on his side.
It works much the same in business.