17 Reasons Why We Believe Trump Voted For Obama In 2008

17 Reasons Why We Believe Trump Voted For Obama In 2008

If you scroll below, I posted a recent Facebook post from Glenn Beck which I completely agree with. I wanted to attach a note from myself along with it.

Donald Trump is not a conservative. All of my life he has been on TV promoting Democrats and liberal policies. He was not a big fan of Reagan or other conservatives until very recently. In 2009- 2010, while all of us were going to Tea Party rallies, forming 912 clubs and reading Liberty & Tyranny, Donald Trump was giving $50,000 to Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel.

The more I research and learn about this man, the more I believe he is extremely dangerous for this country. The next president might appoint 4 Supreme Court justices! Could you imagine the type of person Trump would appoint? This terrifies me. I believe Trump might be a scarier choice than Clinton or Sanders and you know how I can’t stand them. Please research and learn the truth about Trump.

I would also like to thank Glenn Beck for being honest with America about Donald Trump from day one of his candidacy. Beck took the high road and stood against Trump even though it wasn’t the popular thing to do at the time. He received so much hate from so many directions because he did the right thing …and he still did it anyway. When everyone else in the conservative media was trying to be best friends with Trump, Beck stood strong with his values and principles and talked about Trump’s horrid history. He’s been loyal to Cruz this entire election cycle because Cruz was one of the few politicians who was loyal to the American people. When Cruz went to Washington, he went to fight the establishment and the Democrats and to start a Constitutional awakening. I admire Glenn Beck for exposing Trump and being loyal to Cruz right from the beginning. TRUTH MATTERS! I’m sure Beck’s position cost him ratings and fans. Yet he had integrity and did the right thing while many in the media remained star struck by Trump. Beck refused to bow down and kiss that man’s ring. The spirit of George Washington is alive in Beck. If the framers are watching us from heaven, they must be very proud of Mr. Beck for putting human decency above all else. I know I am. May God bless him. The Trump situation has made me distrust many conservative websites which I use to rely on. It didn’t sit well with me watching these sites mislead the American people into believing Trump may be a conservative by promoting him as an outsider and anti- establishment.

Trump’s behavior lately reminds me of when Obama ran into Joe The Plumber on the campaign trail and he let his intention slip about wanting to “spread the wealth around.” It was an off teleprompter moment. At the time, many of us already knew he was a Marxist but for others it was a light bulb going off. I hear many pundits asking The Donald to stop using Alinsky tactics. They think he is making a mistake by accidently attacking from the Left. That is where they are wrong. He’s not mistakenly attacking from the left. He’s attacking from the Left because he is the Left. He’s not making a mistake when he uses Alinsky tactics. He is a student of Alinsky. This is his true nature, his true values are shining through just like the day Obama stumbled into a plumber name Joe. Trump is a Leftist student of Alinsky who attempts to destroy any opposition. His entire history shows it. Rules for Radicals: RULE #12- “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions. Trump’s personal attacks on Cruz and his position to support ethanol subsidies in an attempt to win Iowa are just the latest in a never ending stream of statist-like actions on his part.

I was too young to vote for Reagan but I loved him so much. I campaigned for him to every single adult I knew at the time begging them to vote for him. I miss Reagan every day. I think about him daily. He really made a tremendous impact on my life. My entire life I have had to vote for establishment rinos who I was not enthused about and who, quite frankly, I didn’t even like. Most of my votes cast were against someone instead of FOR someone. I voted for George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, George W. Bush, John McCain, Mitt Romney. I didn’t like any of them. I had such high hopes for this election. This is the first time in over three decades we have a consistent constitutional conservative running, Ted Cruz. Then out of nowhere a progressive like Trump runs a train through this entire election cycle. Trump may very well have destroyed this moment we have waited for. I feel so angry at much of the conservative media. So many people knew who Trump was and for one reason or another they didn’t want to say it. The media on our side greatly mislead the American people. I lost respect for many people due to their behavior around Donald Trump. And many news organization which I relied on have lost my trust. And I am completely heartbroken about Sarah Palin endorsing Donald Trump. How could she support a man who was openly okay with partial birth abortion for sixty years of his life? Wow, my spirit is crushed!

Ted Cruz is a classy guy and a nice person. He has demonstrated restraint and leadership throughout his campaign. Hopefully, this will be the point where people who don’t follow politics as closely as we do sit up and begin to take notice of him. I was very impressed with his debate performance the other night. I pray his numbers stay up in Iowa. He is exactly what America needs to begin healing. With a President Cruz and the continued progress of the Convention of States movement maybe we can put this broken republic back together again. I’ll keep praying. I’m so upset. I feel prayer is the only thing I can do at this moment to find any peace.

From this point forward, I will feel like The Blaze is the first news site I can trust for the truth. The real truth. May God watch over and bless Glenn Beck and the Blaze.

Alexis Deacon

By Glenn Beck Via The Blaze & Beck’s Facebook-

As I pointed out on Fox, I was referring to the 2008 election, not 2012. Here is why I believe Donald Trump did, in fact, vote for Barack Obama in 2008:

1. He was a registered democrat when he cast the vote. Trump had been a registered democrat for 7 years by the time the 2008 election came around.

2. This doesn’t guarantee that Trump voted for Obama of course. However, registered democrats in New York voted for Obama by a 91% to 8% margin. So, if Trump was in that 8%, he was quite the outlier.

3. He remained in the democratic party for almost another year after casting the vote.

4. In the decade leading up to the vote, he was a dedicated Democrat, with the only exception being his flirtation with the Independence (Reform) Party in 1999-2000. Incidentally, in this period, large parts of his platform were considerably to the left of Hillary Clinton, or Barack Obama. In fact, I don’t believe even Bernie Sanders has ever proposed a wealth tax on what is in your bank account.

5. In the year leading up to the vote, he spoke favorably about Hillary Clinton, telling Wolf Blitzer “I think Hillary would do a good job.” Obviously, it is theoretically possible for someone that thinks Hillary would be a good president to vote against Obama. But to paraphrase Donald: “Not a lot of Republican votes come out of blue state democrats that support Hillary Clinton.”

6. He was among the fiercest critics of the Bush administration. Yes, now it’s hard to believe that he would have voted for Obama, but in 2008 he had spent several years speaking just as negatively about Bush. He called him “a terrible president, perhaps the worst president in the history of this country.”

7. It’s not just that he called Bush a “disaster” many times. It’s why he called him a disaster: Iraq. He called the invasion of Iraq “one of the worst decisions ever made” saying it would have been a “wonderful thing” if he had been impeached because of the war. In fact, he was arguing for the war related impeachment of Bush just two weeks before he cast his presidential vote.

8. Given his opinion on Iraq, consider Trump’s available choices as he looked back: one candidate on record opposing the war, one candidate on record passionately supporting “one of the worst decisions ever made.” Why wouldn’t he vote for Obama?

9. Similarly, given his opinion on Iraq, consider Trump’s available choices as he looked forward: one candidate on record saying he would end the war, the other on record saying he would escalate it. Why wouldn’t he vote for Obama?

10. He continued to praise Obama after the election telling Larry King “Here’s a man that not only got elected, I think he’s doing a really good job.”

11. He gushed about Obama in his 2009 book: “His comments have led me to believe that he understands how the economy works on a comprehensive level. He has also surrounded himself with very competent people, and that’s the mark of a strong leader.”

12. He supported Obama’s first main policy push, the stimulus, saying it was “what we need” while praising Obama’s for “building infrastructure, building great projects, putting people to work in that sense.”

13. He supported Obama’s efforts to fix the banks including to potentially “nationalize” them. “I do agree with what they’re doing with the banks. Whether they fund them or nationalize them, it doesn’t matter.”

14. Looking back at this period, he described himself as Obama’s “biggest cheerleader.”

15. Trump’s argument is that he raised money for McCain, so obviously he supported him. Is this really a standard Donald feels comfortable with? Does that mean he also supported John Kerry, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy, Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer?

16. Immediately following the passage of Obamacare, while even moderate republicans coalesced around its repeal, Donald Trump made a maximum donation to the campaign of Harry Reid. Reid was one of the few vulnerable democrats able to hold on to power in the Tea Party wave election of 2010.

17. Speaking of the Tea Party wave, put yourself in that moment again. Hope for constitutional preferences was renewed. Hundreds of thousands of people were gathering all across the country and in Washington DC for Restoring Honor. Conservatives celebrated the biggest wave in a century. One month after that election, Donald Trump gave $50,000 to Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel.

Do I believe Donald Trump voted for Barack Obama in 2008? Yes. Yes, I do.

I could go on, but I’m in the middle of intense financial negotiations with an ousted Nigerian prince.

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http://www.politifact.com/punditfact/statements/2015/jul/09/ben-ferguson/donald-trumps-campaign-contributions-democrats-and/

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2008/results/polls/#val=NYP00p1

http://www.politifact.com/florida/statements/2015/aug/24/jeb-bush/bush-says-trump-was-democrat-longer-republican-las/

http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/trump-on-obama-in-2009-i-think-hes-doing-a-really-good-jobhe#.rl0r0BkWQL

http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/21/politics/donald-trump-election-democrat/

Donald Trump Wanted Last Republican President IMPEACHED For Foreign Policy ‘Lies’

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/10/06/trump-former-president-george-w-bush-was-disaster.html

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/donald-trump-calls-ex-president-george-w-bush-a-disaster-2015-10-07

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/how-donald-trump-helped-democrats-pass-obamacare/2015/06/22/002f4c7c-18ea-11e5-ab92-c75ae6ab94b5_story.html

http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/Trump-Obama-class-warfare/2011/10/19/id/414955/

http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0904/15/lkl.01.html

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Comments

  1. Robert Pilchman says:

    QOL — You wrote “I am completely heartbroken about Sarah Palin endorsing Donald Trump. How could she support a man who was openly okay with partial birth abortion for sixty years of his life? Wow, my spirit is crushed!” My response: (# 1) Even Ted Cruz stated “I love @SarahPalinUSA Without her support, I wouldn’t be in the Senate. Regardless of what she does in 2016, I will always be a big fan.” (— https://twitter.com/tedcruz/status/689521456749875202 ); indeed, Sarah Palin has been relentless in her support of many good causes despite receiving unfair horrific treatment. (# 2) As for Trump, even if any of your reasons would really be true, that still wouldn’t prove whether or not Trump is currently genuinely PENITENT (like Ronald Reagen – http://spectator.org/articles/65225/when-ronald-reagan-had-liberal-values ). By the way, besides Sarah Palin, Trump is being supported by Michael Savage (who you apparently have referred to on your web site as “such a cool person & a really nice guy”). Indeed, even if Ted Cruz is the most reliable and solid constitutional conservative, taking a chance on Trump would apparently have a better possibility for improving the status quo than electing a Democrat. Also unlike the others (including Cruz), Trump is virtually not accepting any funding. (# 3) As for Cruz, even if he has done an excellent job of opposing and criticizing that doesn’t necessarily mean he would be able to accomplish much. Like Obama, does Cruz have any experience as an executive? Has Cruz ever successfully negotiated, employed thousands and built skyscrapers? Also, how many (if any) of Rubio’s accusations ( https://www.facebook.com/NowThisElection/videos/1527709780860508/?hc_location=ufi ) against Cruz are true? (#4) http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/natural-born-issue-ted-cruz-not-settled-not-going-away-n499226 (#5) Cruz should continue his excellent work – in the Senate and hopefully as Attorney General and (ultimately) (Chief) Justice of the SCOTUS. (# 6) Psalms 146.3 — RP

    • Char in ND says:

      Robert,

      (#1) AD – “I am completely heartbroken about Sarah Palin endorsing Donald Trump. How could she support a man who was openly okay with partial birth abortion for sixty years of his life? Wow, my spirit is crushed!”

      RP – “Even Ted Cruz stated “I love @SarahPalinUSA Without her support, I wouldn’t be in the Senate. Regardless of what she does in 2016, I will always be a big fan.” (— https://twitter.com/tedcruz/status/689521456749875202 ); indeed, Sarah Palin has been relentless in her support of many good causes despite receiving unfair horrific treatment.”

      > This is a non sequitur. AD was speaking to Palin’s pro-life stance and the obvious pro-abortion stance of Trump. Ted Cruz was gracious enough to acknowledge that Palin’s support in his senatorial bid was huge, but he did not, nor has he ever, deviated from his support of protecting the unborn.

      (# 2) RP – “As for Trump, even if any of your reasons would really be true, that still wouldn’t prove whether or not Trump is currently genuinely PENITENT (like Ronald Reagen – http://spectator.org/articles/65225/when-ronald-reagan-had-liberal-values ). By the way, besides Sarah Palin, Trump is being supported by Michael Savage (who you apparently have referred to on your web site as “such a cool person & a really nice guy”). Indeed, even if Ted Cruz is the most reliable and solid constitutional conservative, taking a chance on Trump would apparently have a better possibility for improving the status quo than electing a Democrat. Also unlike the others (including Cruz), Trump is virtually not accepting any funding.”

      > Proof is in the pudding. The record of Donald J Trump is well known, he has supported partial birth abortion, amnesty, is not opposed to illegal executive actions, has no respect for private property rights and is certainly no Ronald Reagan. Even though he likes to compare himself to Reagan.

      Trump is supported by Sarah Palin and Michael Savage, so what? Do we all have to follow suit? Where is that written? Is that what you do?

      Donald Trump epitomizes the status quo. So what is the difference if a Democrat is elected president? Trump is accepting funding, and in fact has been funding and maintaining the status quo through his donations to liberals – whether they be Democrats or Republicans.

      # 3) RP- “As for Cruz, even if he has done an excellent job of opposing and criticizing that doesn’t necessarily mean he would be able to accomplish much. Like Obama, does Cruz have any experience as an executive? Has Cruz ever successfully negotiated, employed thousands and built skyscrapers? Also, how many (if any) of Rubio’s accusations (https://www.facebook.com/NowThisElection/videos/1527709780860508/?hc_location=ufi ) against Cruz are true?”

      > Well that means my friend, that opposing Obama and standing against statism and for liberty is a tough job. Accomplishment is a weird thing. You hold the line to prevent the further erosion of liberty. Has Cruz built skyscrapers? No of course he has not. Has he negotiated? Of course he has. Who hasn’t? Has he capitulated or compromised his core values. No. He’s pleaded the case for liberty in front of SCOTUS nine times – that is worth a lot to me. He has stood on the Senate floor and argued against a disaster (Obamacare), has argued against funding the many illegal acts by the sitting president.

      I didn’t watch your Rubio video. Why would I want to?

      #4) I didn’t watch that either. Birther crap, I am assuming. NBC “news”. LOL!

      #5) RP – “Cruz should continue his excellent work – in the Senate and hopefully as Attorney General and (ultimately) (Chief) Justice of the SCOTUS.”

      > Oh yeah. Like DJT would nominate Ted Cruz for the court. How can he, RP – if you think Cruz is not eligible to be POTUS!

      # 6) “Psalms 146.3” RP

      > You better read that again. The entire chapter. Not that I thought you were cherry picking or anything. By the way, it is Psalm 146.

      1..Praise ye the Lord. Praise the Lord, O my soul.
      2. While I live will I praise the Lord: I will sing praises unto my God while I have any being.
      3. Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help.
      4. His breath goeth forth, he returneth to his earth; in that very day his thoughts perish.
      5. Happy is he that hath the God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the Lord his God:
      6. Which made heaven, and earth, the sea, and all that therein is: which keepeth truth for ever:
      7. Which executeth judgment for the oppressed: which giveth food to the hungry. The Lord looseth the prisoners:
      8. The Lord openeth the eyes of the blind: the Lord raiseth them that are bowed down: the Lord loveth the righteous:
      9. The Lord preserveth the strangers; he relieveth the fatherless and widow: but the way of the wicked he turneth upside down.
      10. The Lord shall reign for ever, even thy God, O Zion, unto all generations. Praise ye the Lord.

      • Robert Pilchman says:

        CIN — What could be worse than having low information? Having misinformation. In # 5, I asserted that “Cruz should continue his excellent work – in the Senate and hopefully as Attorney General and (ultimately) (Chief) Justice of the SCOTUS.” You countered “Oh yeah. Like DJT would nominate Ted Cruz for the court. How can he, RP – if you think Cruz is not eligible to be POTUS!”. My response: In the U.S. Constitution ( http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution_transcript.html ) the requirement for “natural born Citizen” is mentioned regarding POTUS … ; please enlighten me where in the U.S. Constitution or in any other statute there is a requirement for the Attorney General or (Chief) Justice of the SCOTUS to be a “natural born Citizen”? Most importantly, since I don’t want my vote to make me an accessory to violation of the U.S. Constitution, please enlighten me as to what is the difference between a “born Citizen” and a “natural born Citizen”? In response to # 4, you stated “I didn’t watch that either. Birther crap, I am assuming. NBC “news”. LOL!” My Response: Please provide me with a better site that will provide a meaningful elucidation of “natural born Citizen”. — RP

      • Char in ND says:

        Robert – I will echo Glenn Beck and lead with my mistakes. Thank you for catching the error in my post. I plead guilty – to having held more than one conversation at the same time and failing to proofread my writings prior to posting. I was having another conversation elsewhere with a person hopping down the birther trail, a person who doesn’t think Cruz is even a citizen of the US. I know that is/was not your implication.

        As for sites to explore, I believe you have already had this conversation on here with Alexis. She linked to Legal Insurrection. She has many times. It obviously is not satisfactory by way of explanation to what is your understanding of “natural born citizen” is. The Framers didn’t define it.

        I also refer to the the Naturalization Act of 1790, which specified that the children of U.S. citizens born “out of the limits of the United States, shall be considered as natural born Citizens.” The updated/modern version of this Act is as you know, found at 8 U.S.C. §1401. It contains a list of all individuals who are considered “nationals and citizens of the United States at birth.” Paragraph (g) includes:

        “A person born outside the geographical limits of the United States and its outlying possessions of parents one of whom is an alien, and the other a citizen of the United States who, prior to the birth of such person, was physically present in the United States or its outlying possessions for a period or periods totaling not less than five years, at least two of which were after attaining the age of fourteen years.”

        So this would include children born of military families outside the US, children born of civilian families outside the US, correct?

        Again, thanks for catching that. Posting erroneous information is not in my nature and I have sought to uphold the integrity of this site and respect greatly its owner who has allowed me to converse here freely for quite a while.

        Have a good evening Robert.

      • Robert Pilchman says:

        Good Evening Char in ND — In the Naturalization Act of 1790 ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalization_Act_of_1790 ) it apparently states that ‘And the children of citizens of the United States, that mayibe born beyond sea, or out of the limits of the United States, shall be considered as natural born citizens: Provided, …’ ( http://legisworks.org/sal/1/stats/STATUTE-1-Pg103.pdf ). Some attempt to argue that this means that it is not necessary to be born in the United States to be a natural born Citizen. However, even in the Naturalization Act of 1790 it apparently states “children of citizens” – citizens in the plural (i.e. BOTH parents). Moreover, the expression “shall be considered as” implies a leniency (and thus actually supports that “natural born Citizen” as used in the U.S. Constitution is more stringent (i.e. it is also necessary to be born in the United States)). Also in 1795, the Congress apparently REPEALED and replaced the Naturalization Act of 1790 (while George Washington was still the president) with the Naturalization Act of 1795 as elucidated in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naturalization_Act_of_1795 . Indeed, in the Naturalization Act of 1795 the phrase ‘natural born Citizen’ is apparently NOT used (http://legisworks.org/sal/1/stats/STATUTE-1-Pg414a.pdf ). Thus, it clearly seems to be necessary to be born in the United States to parents both of whom are U.S. citizens to be a “natural born Citizen”. As for 8 U.S. Code § 1401 – Nationals and citizens of United States at birth‏ (https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1401 ), I didn’t see the expression “natural born Citizen” used in 8 U.S. Code § 1401, and thus 8 U.S. Code § 1401 is apparently not relevant. (Note: There also seems to be a “widespread and long-standing” tradition (prior to Barack Hussein Obama II) of adherence to the requirement of a president being born in the United States to both parents who are U.S. citizens (unless someone managed to deceive us regarding his background) as apparently documented in http://www.votefortheconstitution.com/natural-born-citizen1.html ; http://www.judeochristianamerica.org/NaturalBornCitizen.htm .) (By the way, I’m open to the possibility of considering a U.S. embassy or U.S. military base – as being born in the United States. Imagine, if a foreigner gave birth in a U.S. embassy …) Two questions: (1) Do you at least concede that “natural” is apparently derived from the expression “Natural Law”? (2) Whatever the criteria that are used to determine a “natural born Citizen” do you believe it is possible to be a “natural born Citizen” of more than one country? — All the Best, RP

      • Donald Trump does epitomize the status quo. Good points Char!

      • Char,

        Are the voters concerned about Cruz being a NBC?

        Fox did a poll-
        88% believe Cruz is a citizen. NBC & eligible and that this is a non-issue
        2% are undecided
        10% believe he might not be a citizen and are concerned.

        Robert, is a ten percenters.

        Did you listen to the Mark Levin show the night he said the ten percent birthers are like fire ants?

        We might need to get an exterminator.

    • 1) Ted Cruz is a nice classy person for saying that about Sarah. If Sarah had supported Ted, Trump surely would have called her a loser who had blood shooting out of her whatever. Trump is a filthy-mouthed- creep and he has been my entire life.

      2) Ronald Reagan’s transformation was slow. When he became a Republican he spent decades preaching conservatism and stumping for other conservative candidates before he became president. Trump on the other hand did a 180 on every single position in the last few years. I’m not buying that a man in his sixties had an overnight transformation on not one but dozens of his political views. No way! Plus many of his views today are still very Marxist. He is a protectionist, still not a free market guy and he is for ethanol subsidy. These are views he holds today, not last week, not a year ago, not a decade ago, today! You would have to be blind to see this man as anything but a progressive. Don’t ever compare Trump to Reagan. They could not be more opposite.

      3) Savage is a very nice man but I have never agreed with many of his political views. He comes from a Leftist background also. I have said numerous times “Trump is talk radio’s Frankenstein” Even in this post I said I was disappointed so many media types sold their soul and their principles for whatever Trump offered them.

      4) I’m not impressed by Trump funding his own campaign. He wants to buy the presidency the way he bought Sarah and everybody in the conservative media. I’ll never vote for him. He’ll never buy me.

      5) I’m not impressed with Trump’s credentials. Inheriting a 50 million dollar construction company. He’s done horrible and unethical actions with his business over the years and he has gone bankrupt four times.

      6) Rubio’s campaign has been filled with lies.

      7) Cruz is a self made man. He’s brilliant and extremely accomplished. Most importantly he is principled. He will not bend or surrender. He won’t make “deals” and compromises like Trump or the rinos in Washington. Conservatism is the antidote to the tyranny going on in this republic. Nothing else will solve it. Cruz can use the platform of the presidency to advance the cause of conservatism and to spread the message of liberty. Myself and many others around the country will be campaigning hard for Cruz while you are bogged down in birther nonsense. With all of us fighting and a little divine assistance maybe Cruz can win the presidency and we can begin to turn the republic around. A Cruz presidency and a continuing movement of the convention of states project could turn things around for America.

      8) Trump should go back to a reality TV show where he can throw temper tantrums and act like a spoiled Kardashian. After all, this is what he does best!

      9) No self righteous Bible bullshit, birther!

    • Robert Pilchman says:
  2. Char in ND says:

    Alexis, the queen fire ant is still tweeting nonsense. Hey, they keep chasing the shiny object – and keep people chasing it. It’s all a distraction. Gotta love it that he is retweeting Washington Post, ABC,CBS & NBC. (I thought he was an outsider?!)
    Keeps repeating the birther crap and idiots believe it.

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Jan 22
    “Cruz did not renounce his Canadian citizenship as a US Senator- only when he started to run for #POTUS. He could be Canadian Prime Minister.”

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Jan 23
    “Ted Cruz poll numbers are down big. Because he was born in Canada and was, until recently, a Canadian citizen, many believe he cannot run!”

    And of course, the bank stuff.

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Jan 22
    “Is Cruz honest? He is in bed w/ Wall St. & is funded by Goldman Sachs/Citi, low interest loans. No legal disclosure & never sold off assets.”

    Really Donald! Let’s look at your WALL STREET activity. i doubt this page is long enough.

    Why is Iowa turning on Cruz, if they are, I think I know why. http://farm.ewg.org/progdetail.php?fips=00000&progcode=corn&page=states&regionname=theUnitedStates

    Let’s talk about issues, Donald. Ethanol? Eminent Domain?
    http://noisyroom.net/blog/2016/01/22/your-handy-dandy-trump-vs-cruz-comparison-chart/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Noisyroomnet+%28NoisyRoom.net%29

    By the way. Someone should tell Donald J Trump that the Storm Trooper’s tweet he retweeted a couple days ago has those white supremacists all happy over there.

    • LOL, I like how you called Trump the queen fire ant. That’s great. I don’t think Trumo himself is racist but I noticed many of his fans are anti-Semitic. And many of his fans are conspiracy theorist who think the world is rum by the illuminati and shape shifting lizards, real nut jobs. I think the reason Trump brings up Cruz’s bank loans is to cater to those fans because it goes back to WW2 and the Protocols of The Elders of Zion. He knows those anti-Semitic fans use bankers interchangeably with Jews. He sends them in a frenzy by implying Cruz is associated with Jewish bankers. I get harassed on social media by Trump fans all the time. And when they see I am a Cruz supporter and I have many tweets & pics about Israel. They go crazy. It really scares me how Trump seems to have gotten these people to crawl out from under the woodwork. I have a bad feeling about what might happen to our country if Trump wins. I think he is a very vengeful, unethical man.

    • It’s 10:41PM Monday night. Are you excited about Cruz winning Iowa? I wish you were here. I would give you a high five! Yea!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  3. Robert Pilchman says:
  4. Robert Pilchman says:

    At the Republican Jewish Coalition (apparently on or around December 3, 2015) Donald Trump was booed (at approximately 28:04 of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQYOvDmWqjo) for refusing to commit to Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel … However, (apparently on or around January 25, 2016) at approximately 17:55 of “Donald Trump full interview on CNN with Wolf Blitzer” ( https://youtu.be/IPkHW0mA8O4 ) Trump indicated he would move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. Trump did indicate on or around 3:45 of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQYOvDmWqjo that Ivanka is Shomer Shabbos …; hopefully, President Trump would be a good friend to Israel. There is a story (which I have failed to confirm) that Fred Trump only charged an annual rent of $1 to the Beach Haven Jewish Center as well as the Church near Lincoln High School … ( http://www.nytimes.com/1999/06/26/nyregion/fred-c-trump-postwar-master-builder-of-housing-for-middle-class-dies-at-93.html ) ; btw http://www.LauraIngraham.com/b/Phyllis-Schlafly:-I-dont-recognize-National-Review-as-the-authority-on-Conservatism./937455163169861101.html

  5. As more information/data is introduced, people are supposed to adapt to include the new information. We cannot look at old data and judge current events. We must watch it as it unfolds and continually update our judgement based on all new data. I grew up having democratic ideals imposed on me. I thought a president was evil just because they wanted to get people off of foodstamps. As I grew, matured, and became more educated/knowledgeable, I realized my thinking was all backwards. This is what happened to Sarah. She realized she was fighting against a person that shared the same views as she did. She was only fighting him because of OLD data. We can ridicule those who change their views, or we commend them for having the intellect to adapt and change as new data is introduced. If we base all of our opinions off of old data or that one stupid thing somebody said, then we lose due to the inability to adapt and change. We only make ourselves look silly for trying to hold on to an opinion just so we don’t look like we were wrong. Nobody likes to be wrong. But sometimes, it isn’t so much that we were wrong as it is that things and people have changed since our last assessment of the situation. I only came to this page because I saw the checklist image at the top and wondered who in the world would post such blatant lies and who would even believe them after seeing the events of the past several months unfold… It was old data.

    • In the past, actually all of my life, Trump has been on TV promoting Democrats and their views. Yes, people can change. They usually don’t do a complete 180 in a very small amount of time when they are almost 70 years old but it could happen. We know this isn’t the case with Trump because of the views he holds TODAY.
      Trump is still to this day a protectionist. His current policies are everything conservatives stand against. It’s the new data which proves Trump is still very much a liberal progressive. Look at the Milton Friedman videos I posted as just one example.

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