Is Trump the Only Obstacle to TPP?

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  1. poncho

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    A Trump critic points out that Trump has been passionately opposing the globalist new world order for 30 years and InfoWars reporter Richard Reeves in New Hampshire talks to a Trump Senior Policy Advisor about Trump’s opposition to TPP.
     
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    Donald Trump = America First.

    That, in a nutshell, is the reason for his popularity.
     
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    David Knight talks about Marco "The Robot" Rubio and how he's apparently stuck in an infinite loop as well as how driver-less cars are downright dangerous.
     
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    He will oppose it until it becomes financially beneficial for him not to oppose it.
     
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    Only one person can arrive at the White House without any IOU’s waiting on the oval office desk. Only one candidate can claim their Super-PAC is the American people. Only one candidate can point out the Crony-Capitalism of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the flaws with Trans-Pacific Trade, shipping jobs and manufacturing overseas etc.

    Only one candidate can successfully talk about the border wall being paid by Mexico who are now, more than ever, dependent on U.S. dollar remittances ($25B) than their entire energy sector including oil development ($23.5B). Yeah, Mexico will pay for the wall, those recently released statistics provide just the leverage Trump was talking about.

    Only one candidate can talk about saving Social Security and Medicare through expansive domestic economic growth, and a change in the U.S. economic model to take advantage of our keen innovation, entrepreneurship and domestic resource development.

    Only one remaining candidate has actually created anything, built anything, or even employed anyone. Only one candidate has put his own money, created wealth, on the line to succeed or fail, and not spent his life dependent on exploiting the money of the U.S. taxpayer.

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com...ked-and-exclusive-party-audience/#more-112278
     
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    Trump is not a conservative by his own admission.
     
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    So? Offshoring our jobs, de-industrializing our nation selling out the middle class and outsourcing congress' constitutional authority to un-elected international bureaucracies isn't conservative either.
     
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    No one is offshoring our jobs. companies are moving out of the country because the cost of doing business here has become far too expensive.

    De-industrializing our industry is a result of a combination of things. There is a lack of interest and liberals regulate it out of business because they despise it.

    Trump cares nothing about the constitution unless it makes him more money.
     
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    Why has it become too expensive to do business here? Because the global elite negotiates backdoor deals in secret that benefit them at everyone else's expense that congress is only to happy to force on us for a few more dollars and more power.

    Liberals liberals liberals. If what you say is true then conservatives conservatives conservatives would do something to tun it around instead of just complaining about liberals liberals liberals come election time.

    No one cares about the constitution anymore. Conservatives only care about the constitution when liberals are violating it. Liberals only care about the constitution when conservatives are violating it and even then it's just empty rhetoric from both sides.

    If we cared about the constitution 1/4th as much as we say we do the Bushes, the Clintons and Obama would already be doing time in the crowbar hotel.

    Don't give me that "conservatives care abut the constitution" bit because conservatives only care about what government can do for conservatives. Same as liberals only care about what the government can do for liberals.

    Trump is the only horse in this race that isn't owned and controlled by the global corporate elite.

    Nationalism isn't a dirty word and conservatives have shown how easily they can be hoddwinked into supporting imposters through several election cycles now.

    What makes you think these yahoos calling themselves conservatives today will act like conservatives tomorrow?
     
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    A new Gallup poll reveals that a third of Americans believe the power special interests now hold over government is a full blown crisis.

    A total of 33 percent of respondents across the political spectrum said that special interests having too much control over what the government does has reached crisis level.

    A further 51 percent say they view the issue as a “major problem,” meaning that a huge majority of 84 percent are deeply worried about the government being controlled by private entities.

    http://www.infowars.com/13-of-ameri...control-over-government-is-full-blown-crisis/

    Guess it's becoming obvious to everyone but you Rev.. Maybe that's why Trump is so popular 84% of the people see what you refuse to see. :)
     

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