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Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby RiverDog » Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:28 pm

Not the old bag, but her pseudo hubby Slick Willy:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics ... spartanntp

So if you had to bet on which POTUS had the most extramarital affairs, who would you put your money on?
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby Aseahawkfan » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:14 pm

Trump wins by a landslide. The man trades in wives every 10 to 15 years when they get too old. He pretended to be a churchgoer during the elections. I followed him for 30 plus years, read his book, and never heard him talk about religion or god ever. He sits on a gold throne. He runs hotels and casinos. Be real. The man banged around like a madman.

I was shocked when I saw IDhawkman claim that supporting Trump was supporting a "good" person. I can't believe the level of willful ignorance it requires to believe Trump is good or trying to do something good. The man's salesman that used his extraordinary sales skills to convince America to vote for him. He doesn't care about half the stuff he claims to care about. He's playing to a crowd concerned with his "ratings" and relevance. If people ignored Trump, it would trouble him worse than all the attacks by the media and his critics. He loves arguing with his critics and going against the grain stirring up the beehive. The man's a narcissist that probably believes he's the best in bed with women and all the beautiful women want him. He's banged his way through New York and Hollywood. Get real. It's Trump by a landslide.

Slick Willy is just your standard JFK type of womanizing scum. Trump's a true rich scumbag who played like some decent human being to win an election.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby RiverDog » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:27 am

I pretty much agree. I, too, am surprised at Idahawkman's reverence for Trump. I can understand why people voted for him but I can't understand how people can see any redeeming personal qualities in that man's behavior.

But I disagree with your JFK analogy. Trump resembles the Kennedys more than Clinton did. Both Trump and the Kennedys were flush with money and used it to get themselves out of some sticky situations. Clinton wasn't born into wealth like Trump and the Kennedys were.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby c_hawkbob » Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:37 am

I'm with you except for the landslide characterization of his election win.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby RiverDog » Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:38 am

c_hawkbob wrote:I'm with you except for the landslide characterization of his election win.


I think his landslide characterization was about his womanizing vs. Slick Willy, not the election.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby c_hawkbob » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:03 am

c_hawkbob wrote:I'm with you except for the landslide characterization of his election win.

RiverDog wrote:I think his landslide characterization was about his womanizing vs. Slick Willy, not the election.


Ah, I see now ... OK, never mind. We are in complete agreement after all.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby Largent80 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:13 am

Evidently these women close their eyes and smile while he plows them because dude looks like Jabba the Hut.
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Re: Can Trump trump Clinton?

Postby Aseahawkfan » Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:51 pm

RiverDog wrote:I pretty much agree. I, too, am surprised at Idahawkman's reverence for Trump. I can understand why people voted for him but I can't understand how people can see any redeeming personal qualities in that man's behavior.

But I disagree with your JFK analogy. Trump resembles the Kennedys more than Clinton did. Both Trump and the Kennedys were flush with money and used it to get themselves out of some sticky situations. Clinton wasn't born into wealth like Trump and the Kennedys were.


So Clinton was a poor man's JFK. Both Clinton and Trump are a reflection of the type of character Kennedy brought to Washington absent the likability with Trump and ability to conceal scandal for both of the others. Then again it was far easier to hide skeletons in Kennedy's day.
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