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groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

Posted by groundshaker
on November 7th, 2012 at 4:55 PM


Donald Trump sucks. Got the nerve to say there should be a march on Washington because Obama won. How about you stop thinking about yourself and start thinking about the rest of the damn country you selfish greedy bastard! You need to put some money towards fixing that hair. Chia Pet lookin' ***.

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  1. mikemcneil - 46-50 years old - male

    Posted by mikemcneil on November 7th, 2012 at 4:58 PM

    Yeah.....Obama's comment on Letterman about Trump was pretty funny too!

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  2. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Posted by groundshaker on November 7th, 2012 at 5:16 PM

    Ima have to check it out. I dont understand about some of these rich people. They got all this money but are scared to death to share any of it. Its an "all for me none for you" attitude. It makes no sense. Dont they know that its the "poor people" that help keep them rich?

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  3. stillsane - 41-45 years old

    Posted by stillsane on November 7th, 2012 at 10:59 PM

    only on fox, (that bunch of sore-loosers, f-ing cnn along with these), can a big douche like trump get air, & only in this great country can a mixed race child be a leader, (like Obama); So love it, or change it! I will always support (Obama-like) morality over notions of right-wing BS social darwinism, and besides, the cult-like bogus believers, (mor*ons, & such), DO NOT belong in the leadership roles, (that's y he lost, even the dumb-*** gop seen thru this mormon ;)) btw, trump's success is on our backs, that 'borrow-but-never-repay' money is apparently not enough to get some decent hair plugs... oh, well

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  4. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Reply by groundshaker Nov 7th, 2012 at 11:11PM

    We really should donate to Donald Trump's hair. Its just sad.

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  5. glade8er - 51-55 years old - male

    Posted by glade8er on November 8th, 2012 at 8:27 AM

    You people are hoping to get your stupid hands on what others worked for. Whats your problem are you to stupid to make a good living or are you to lazy or both? Ya pat each other on your stupid backs and enjoy. Your going to be the sheep led to slaughter because of your stupidity. You don't see the build up in homeland security. You don't have the inteligance to see what your buddy is doing because opra or the baldwins have'nt mentioned it. You just keep on being stupid and thinking your saved you stupid ********. When your finding out just how stupid you are it will be to late for you sheep. Ha ha is on you stupid.

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  6. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Reply by groundshaker Nov 8th, 2012 at 2:44PM

    Oh sorry for wanting a decent living and not wanting struggle the rest of our lives. Yea lets keep all the money for the rich people only and keep taking it from the middle class. That works. Then when theres no more money to take from the middle class then you rich folks will start falling off one at a time. You dont even care about each other. You'd just as soon sell each other out if means keeping your money. Dont you know that when you die that money wont be going with you and even if it did it wont be of any use. I cant stand selfish people that only think about themselves while saying to hell with everyone else. Thats why this world is so f***ed up. Selfish a** people. We dont want your money. Kepp that s***. But dont take it from those trying to make a living. We wouldnt have to take it from you if you'd stop hording it all for your selfish selves and trying to make sure no one else can get any. Havent you ever read the bible? Its more blessed to give than recieve. But I guess you wouldnt know anything about that and I didnt once call you stupid or dumb ot arrogant or a complete a**h***. Just selfish. Smh I can only pray that you dont remain like that the rest of your life. God bless you and have a nice day.

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  7. glade8er - 51-55 years old - male

    Posted by glade8er on November 8th, 2012 at 6:44 PM

    You stupid ******** think if Obama gets the money from the rich he's going to share it with you? Wake the hell up! You have every opportunity that trump or any of the successful people have had. What makes you think you deserve what someone else has worked so hard for? You want to have something work for it yourself, as for your bible i'm thinking it says something about covering so before you start standing on a platform do your home work *******.

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  8. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Reply by groundshaker Nov 8th, 2012 at 6:54PM

    Ah you again. So nice of you to respond. Unfortunately Im tired of arguing about this issue so I wont bother to address what you just said. I said everything I wanted to say in the last meaage. Bye bye.

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  9. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Reply by groundshaker Nov 8th, 2012 at 8:04PM

    But seriously. I dont want to argue with you anymore. Id much more rather be friends. Its less energy to do that. Youre republican. Im democrat. Big deal. We're both human beings trying to make it in this life, we've both had struggles, and we both have issues. Thats what bonds us no matter what our political views are. Im willing to call a truce if you are :-)

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  10. Tripn - 41-45 years old

    Posted by Tripn on November 8th, 2012 at 8:05 PM

    As an actual middle-classer, I cant say I willingly stand behind either party, quite frankly. I voted for Obama because of his union support, investment in education and belief in passing on the low-hanging, here-and-now fruit of fracking, coal and oil, in favor of sustainable forward-thinking energy reliance.



    I have a hard time understanding why corporations who take advantage of loopholes in the system are considered shrewd, crafty and wise, but when ordinary people do the same thing, taking advantage of loopholes in the system, they are considered mooches instead...



    That being said, there are definitely too many people AND corporations working the looped angles on both ends--which is precisely why the middle-class is shrinking.



    The fact of the matter remains, neither the leechy people, nor the leechy corporations are doing anything illegal--ethically, on the other hand, both are just as guilty as the other.



    The fix? Correct BOTH the corporate AND welfare loopholes.



    The bottom line, whether you are a business or a person, is that NO ONE OWES YOU ANYTHING. The foundational concept of America is that of a place where one can freely make his own way. America promises ONLY the OPPORTUNITY. She does not guarantee one’s success.



    Education is THE single best guarantor of financial success. And the crazy part is, while everyone "knows" this few actually BELIEVE it...



    Millions of Americans turn their backs on opportunity every year by failing to use education as a transformational tool. And for those who choose to ignore the opportunity school provides, because it's dressed in plain overalls and looks like work, society should not have to “care for anyway.”



    No one with half a brain in their head will ever go hungry or for want of shelter in this country... period.



    If those who "have" wish to share, that should be their prerogative, provide they did not acquire their wealth through the exploitation of others. ONLY when this has occurred do the "haves" have an obligation to share.



    Just because someone has wealth, does not mean they acquired it through ill-means.



    Just because someone chooses not to care for themselves does not mean they are entitled to be taken care of by others.



    In what was at stake in this 2012 election, I viewed Obama as the best and most compassionate choice between, not who is the better, but who was the lesser of two evils.



    I would rather err on the side of compassion to the poor, than err on the side of compassion to the rich. But in THIS election, as a true middle-classer, I do not feel that EITHER of the parties is looking out for MY best interest...



    Nonetheless, middle-classers have a history of being able to take care of themselves. Unlike many of the rich AND the poor, we dig deep and aren't afraid of getting dirty. Despite taking simultaneous beatings from either side of the socio-economic ring, we suck it up and pull the bootstraps back on and continue (as we always have) to emulate the concept of "whatever it takes" never settling for anything less. We don’t quit because something is too hard, and we don’t blame the government when we come up short.



    I just wish, in this great country of ours, a country with SOOOO much potential, that I could say the same for the classes on either side of my own.



    Hating on the success of others and taking cheap shots, on the other hand, does not increase your own self worth or your work ethic. I would never discriminate other human beings on the merits of their cosmetology, but I have no problem discriminating against then on the merits of their character.

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  11. Posted by An EP User on November 14th, 2012 at 7:56 PM

    Lol. This is so true.



    Amazing how a camera coupled with pride, greed and too much attention makes someone so unbearable as a person. I am sure deep down he has a good heart but for crying out loud! That's OUR President! Back him up!

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  12. groundshaker - 26-30 years old - male

    Reply by groundshaker Nov 14th, 2012 at 8:05PM

    Thing is Barack Obama is looking our for everyone. Not just democrats or the poor people. He's trying to get this country back on its feet as opposed to just keeping a certain group of people rich.

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  13. EMinnovation - 41-45 years old - male

    Reply by EMinnovation Nov 14th, 2012 at 8:13PM

    You know, I can manage to find good and bad in both parties. Government is flawed, just as the Church is. We are only Human. The sad thing is special interest and private agendas. I am sure Obama will have these too. He is the leader of the free world. That's to go without dispute. I always fear a Clinton type Admin. Where the country gets stalled out from witch hunts and mud slinging. If Mitt won there still would be the same hurdles to fix. None of which would show a true ROI until five or six years. The whole TrumpGate is fueled by his personal interest in the losses he would / will realize from Obamas proposed bill. That's it. No care for America. Just the health of his wealth.

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