Would you support Trump for a Third Term (more than 8 years)?

Would you support a Trump 3rd Term Presidency?

  • Yes - I am Right Leaning

    Votes: 6 12.2%
  • No - I am Right Leaning

    Votes: 18 36.7%
  • Yes - I am left leaning (seriously?)

    Votes: 5 10.2%
  • No - I am left leaning.

    Votes: 20 40.8%

  • Total voters
    49

Rev. Hellh0und

Former Staff
Jul 2011
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Please cite the quote where I said that.


there is something very wrong with you people.


I haven't seen anyone say that Trump should be punished for using Junior, Ivanka and Jared. What he should be punished for, however, is violating the law by getting Jared a security clearance when it was turned down by authorizing agencies.
3rd time. Here I bolded it for you.
 
Dec 2018
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there is something very wrong with you people.




3rd time. Here I bolded it for you.
Great! Thanks. You are correct, the President had the authority to give his children security clearances even when intelligence and military agencies would have denied them.
 
Mar 2015
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This seems to be the same question as asking if you would still support Hitler for ever. Or maybe do you still support Hitler. I mean the Nazi's have supported the right wing and its twisted mental case leader. Along with the KKK and the White supremacist, first time in history all three have supported a party and it's leader. Congratulations You Nazi wannabees you have your support
 
Mar 2019
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I'm a swinging voter and vote on issues, not ideology. Owing to my extensive historical studies, I don't believe in ideologies (religious or political), for adherence to ideologies often brings about death, disorder and misery. Strict ideological adherence is the action of the automaton in my mind.

I know many assume that I must be on the left for some unknown reason (I suspect that it may be because I challenge irrational thought and hysterical ideas, and therefore, many equate the products of higher education with the left), and it is definitely the stock ad hominem when one has no cogent rebuttal.

Perhaps it is my view on gun regulation that supports such a belief system, as the US tends to view this as a leftist topic, but it was a conservative initiative in my country, and accepted unilaterally.

Perhaps it is my view on health care that supports this belief, but yet again, it was the conservative government of my state that made hospital care for all, and drugs for minors completely free. It was the left that ruined that in Queensland by removing the lottery funds from health care and committing said funding to consolidated revenue.
Vote on issues is best policy ever ... love that approach
 
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Mar 2019
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Yes. Crazy question. But I have seen this come up on this forum and in person too many times. I need to ask.

Would you support Trump for a third term? Like if he wins re-election and then tries to change the laws and run AGAIN. For another 4 years. Would you support this?
Considering his background and experience, the smartest thing Trump can do is raise all the money he can get his hands on, get his cronies to bet it all on his resignation in casinos around the world, resign, then tell America "up yours", I'm going to build that wall like I said and get as much of that $12.8 billion as I can.
 
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Considering his background and experience, the smartest thing Trump can do is raise all the money he can get his hands on, get his cronies to bet it all on his resignation in casinos around the world, resign, then tell America "up yours", I'm going to build that wall like I said and get as much of that $12.8 billion as I can.
I have felt this is a publicity stunt from the beginning. I feel like he is trying to make as much money and gain as much power can influence as possible and then when he eventually is out leverage that into more money. He is a narcissist and while he may not be the best businessman he does know how to keep himself relevant
 
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I have felt this is a publicity stunt from the beginning. I feel like he is trying to make as much money and gain as much power can influence as possible and then when he eventually is out leverage that into more money. He is a narcissist and while he may not be the best businessman he does know how to keep himself relevant
Many underestimate him.