williatw wrote:Yes the bankruptcies do concern me; his defense is that he used the tools the law gave him to his best interest. And he will negotiate/use whatever tools he has with the same alacrity when he is acting in our interest (as prez). Like for instance "renegotiating" trade deals that he maintains hurt American jobs.
I'm sorry, but like you said, he uses the law in his best interests, not the people's. I don't think he'll ever do anything in our best interest. His? Sure! Ours, not a chance. The only way I see him "renegotiating" trade is to create some advantage for his businesses.
williatw wrote:He (Trump) has made it clear that if rolls into the convention with a high plurality of the votes (but not a majority) and they try to "steal" if from him, he makes it abundantly clear he will run as an independent. In other words he will fight like a tiger for what he feels (and many of his supporters feel) he deserves; the nomination. Good, as far as I am concerned, would expect nothing less from him; when he is in something he is in to win; not get a good sport metal for being a good loser.
I agree he will fight until the end. I could care less for the characterization of being a tiger. He's doing what's best business-wise for him, nothing more or less. I suspect many would.
williatw wrote:Assuming she is not under indictment; probably won't happen under Obama but Trump has said that if he wins his Attorney General would definitely look at indictment; the statue of limitations would not according to him be up.
She won't be indicted.
williatw wrote:I am concerned as well I admit but I think those "extreme reactions" are caused by the perception that many of these "peaceful demonstrators" are organized with the express purpose of disrupting Trump's rallies any way they can; not letting the man speak doing everything they can to subvert his and his followers rights to exercise their right of peaceful assembly/speech. Never heard too much said in the media about who these demonstrators are and who is behind them; they seem somehow a bit too orchestrated to provoke a response from Trump & his followers. The media seems a bit too interested in Trump's people's response to their (the demonstrators) attempts to disrupt then delving too deeply into who they are and who (if anyone) is behind them.
Freedom of speech lets you say a lot. It allows you to be civilly disruptive. That's kind of the point. Of course they're going to be provoked. People that can't turn the other cheek and instead feel the need to sucker punch a protester and stomp them when they're down disgust me. The fact that he won't denounce the violence, provoked or not, is highly concerning.
I would never vote for Trump. As far as I'm concerned he is a man without moral or civil aptitude. Once again, my opinion and I recognize it.