I wonder if Donald Trump stood in front of the mirror saying that line over and over to see how it would sound to himself before he decided to throw himself into the Republican pool of candidates, jockeying their position to be nominated by their party for the presidency. I for one, would not be surprised in the least if he were to succeed.
Not because of all the great things he has proposed as solutions to what is wrong with America, but because it appears to have become the “norm” for our society to care more about celebrity, fame, money and what everybody on social media is saying about it.
That’s one thing I’ve noticed about Mr. Trump, he seems to care very much about what everyone is saying about everything on social media. I’ve heard him make reference to it a few times. It’s as if everything being said must be all true to him if that’s what everyone’s saying.
But then again, if you’re Donald Trump, I guess you think you can say just about anything you want and many people will agree with it and make you popular in the polls because, and this is only my observation so far, nobody wants to be in the line of fire when it comes to Donald Trump.
In schools aren’t people who use intimidation, name calling and ridicule called bullies? And also in schools, isn’t it easier to go along with the bully then try to fight against them for fear of retaliation?
Honestly, do we really need this kind of behavior in our White House?
Mr. Trump said too that people are too politically correct nowadays. He could be right about that. Or maybe they just think it’s safer for them to say the politically correct thing when they are amongst other people.
I wonder, has anyone else paid much attention to other people around them when they are out and about in their daily routine of living their lives? I do. I can see so much from just watching people’s behaviors. What I see is that so many are so disengaged from other human beings. They are communing with their “device”.
I can not be the only person who is able to see that, right? Could this be one of the reasons why Donald Trump is growing in popularity?…..because it’s much easier to hate and blame when you’re hating and blaming with an electronic device and not at another human being?
At one time, before I had a cell phone or a computer, I used to think that having those devices would improve the relationships that I had with my friends and family members. With some, communication is better and with others, something’s been lost.
Like a lot of other people, my friends and I have discussed the hopeful candidates for the Republican party and of course, much discussion about Donald Trump.
What I hear from my friends is how ridiculous they think Mr. Trump sounds and then I listen to the news reports and he is growing in popularity. I am confused by this. Am I the only one?
Do people in America really think that Mexican illegal immigrants are the cause of all our hardships? Do they really believe that “it” needs to be taken back?….whatever the “it” is….I have no idea. Is Mr. Trump talking about, our country?, our government? What is the “it”? Isn’t the House of Representatives and the Senate made up mostly of Republicans now? Wouldn’t that make them the ones with the power in Washington?
I know that I am only one person and what I think is probably not that important to a lot of people, but I just felt that I had to say outright exactly what I think of the idea of Donald Trump becoming our next President…..SCARY!
Mr. Trump is very good and successful at creating jobs and making a lot of money but that is not all of what being the President of the United States is all about. One would also have to be able to work well with others and I do not think he could do this. He always wants to be the boss. That is not a Democracy, that is a Dictatorship.