Someone asked me...why I am so passionate for Trump...

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  1. basicstrategy777, May 17, 2018

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    Let me tell you the reason for my passion and the passion of over 60 million Americans, and why his base is so, so, so strong and will not crack, no matter what.

    The passion comes from the belief that America was heading rapidly toward destruction, and the kenyan was the pilot, flying plane 'America' into a mountain, to crash and burn and kill all those aboard. This was a feeling deep in the bones of 'the base' .

    With the hildebeast as president plane America would surely crash into the mountain...there was no doubt. With Trump, the plane might fly into the mountain, but there was a good chance he would pull up in time and save America.

    Trumps ideas were not campaign slogans to win an election....they were thoughts and ideas developed and nutured over 30 years...they were firm, solid, and well set in place in his mind.....he KNEW what was needed by observing and experiencing over time, from the vantage point of a very successful businessman.....his experience and his love of country...his TRUE love of country, made him take a leap and forfeit a very comfortable life, and subject himself and family to what you see unfolding. It is disgusting and sad to see the depths people will go to , to take him down.

    But he not only survives but is thriving......he has demonstrated a never give up, indominatable spirit that is a marvel to see .

    There is zero doubt in my mind, he will build that wall....he will negotiate a great agreement with NK...zero doubt.

    You have not found the kryptonite to take him down, and lord knows you have tried.

    So to sum up, the great passion comes from a great cause i.e. the saving of the country.....that's the way many, many see it.

    There is no doubt in my mind that God was responsible for making him President, and He did it to accomplish some purpose. There is no way he should have won the Presidency, especially with the great forces against him, including all the tools available to the black prick...and that he used against Trump.......there really, was no way he should have won. None.

    Trump's cause is great....his resolve unshakable....he believes what he is doing is the right thing for America....he will not be deterred....he knows what he wants to do and has the abilitiy and make-up to make it happen. To keep doubting him is a mistake, You will not knock him out.

    He has the one virtue that allows the existence of all others....courage.
    He has an invisable shield made up of his personal qualities plus help from above that will be impossible to pierce, until his work is done.

    This is what I believe and many other deplorables believe....and is the reason we are so passionate.

    You can't understand it....but we do.

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  2. von duck, May 17, 2018

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    :) Nice "head" job. :D
     
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  3. crispcem, May 17, 2018

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    It's kind of a no-brainer. If *you* hate low unemployment, the removal of the illegal fine on your gestapo enforced O'Bozo health tax, if you hate following the law or having the nation's laws enforced, if you hate logic, if you hate the belief that all men and women should be afforded opportunity and none based solely on the color of the skin, if you hate progress and development, if you hate making other nations pay their fair share of NATO/UN costs, if you hate seeking out real facts and real news,...you're a commie neo-marxist Libtard.
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  4. basicstrategy777, May 18, 2018

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    Thank you 12/4s, I mean Crispcem. :)
     
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  6. basicstrategy777, May 19, 2018

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  7. eDiceGuy, May 19, 2018

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    I totally agree. I believe leadership is a gift that some are born with. During my IT career I traveled to six continents, multiple countries and dozens of cities. I taught computer programmers how to write better, more efficient programs. This included places like China, Russia, Malaysia and Africa. I solved computer software performance issues that so called experts considered unsolvable. I published several articles on my experiences and co-authored several technical publications.

    I confronted many so called leaders and many cases in front of their employees. Once in South Korea, an executive told me that all he wanted to see from me was "asses and elbows". I told him I think he leads from behind, and that is why they are not making progress.

    I never spent one day in a college classroom. And truth be told I never finished high school. I have a GED and a 6 month certificate from a fly by night computer programming trade school. For the last 40 years I have been alcohol, drug and tobacco free. And I believe this has happened only because God had a plan for me.
     
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  8. crispcem, May 21, 2018

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    Love your post. College is overrated. Sure, it gets people into a certain game, but for truly flying high and innovating, being your own boss, college is like the kiss of death. Sounds like you've had a very good life, congrats to following your God-given talents and abilities. THIS is what makes great people out of so-so - following and listening to that inner voice/self that leads the way.
    I've sat in boardroom meetings and listened and watched 'leadership' make a total mess of a good idea within a somewhat successful and functioning org. And the usual problem is 'leaders' who are too busy to lead, surrounding themselves with Yes Men. Yes Men will kill a company faster than you can spit. Especially the 'educated' Yes Men. Once I decided to abandon that structure and implement my own ideas and follow-through, life (and $$) got exponentially better.
     
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  9. Settingcanthurt, May 21, 2018

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    LOL You are delusional
     
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  10. eDiceGuy, May 22, 2018

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    Thanks Crispcem. This country need mechanics, machinists, truck drivers, maintenance engineers, all good jobs that do not require a college degree. We don't nee more over educated lawyers chasing ambulances to pay off exorbitant college fees, or educators rewriting our history to meet some socialist narrative being taught in our universities.

    I have a granddaughter who will graduate from high school next year. She wants to be a interior design architect. She has her mind set on San Diego State. I have hinted at vocational education, focusing on what she wants to do. Whatever, I will support her decision. I set up 529 accounts for each of my grandchildren when they were born. They will have about $24K to help with the cost no matter what type of education they choose.
     
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    When you dream of him,is he naked?
     
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  12. basicstrategy777, May 25, 2018

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    I've never dreamt of him.....but here is a picture of your boy doing what he did best.for 8 years.........



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    LOL..LOL @#$king 777s ..LOL..you never cease to amaze me :D
     
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    Why Puke is....


     
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    I dream of many people naked. I still can't figure out why am I naked?
     
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    [email protected]#$king eDice..LOL.
     
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  18. basicstrategy777, Jun 6, 2018

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  19. lone irish digit, Jun 6, 2018

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    This is Barnet,

    Sometimes the most greatest 777 sounds like a most magnificent Patriot however a few times he reminds me of Max's old friend the Mr Herman. It all depends on which of the news I watching on the TV.

    Pss i make most biggest mistake...Herman was most greatest genius while the Rudolph was a businessman goat herder before being the second in charge of a country...

    Thank you very much


     
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  20. basicstrategy777, Jun 7, 2018

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    Great speech.....don't you think. The audience hung on every word and they loved it.

    Also, it is easy to see, that gathering of people was the largest ever....even larger than the previous Chancellor..


    If you want to learn more about what makes an effective leadership speech, such as the clip you posted......I recommend reading..."Great Communication Secrets of Great Leaders" by John Baldoni. In essence, it tells you how to develope...deliver, and sustain the leadership message.....It gives wonderful examples from...Giuliani...K. Graham.....Drucker...Powell...Veeck...Welch...M.Teresa..G. Marshall..Lombardi...Penick...Winston...and others.....


    The gift of being able to speak and write in a grand way i.e. communicate ...is one of the greatest attributes you can possess.


    I don't particularly like being compared to a Nazi......they were very bad people.....and...I especially hate Illinois Nazi's as does my pal Mr. Blues.






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