The thing I like about Trump, although I question how well he would do as 
President, is that he pretty well runs roughshod over all the PC junk.  You 
watch any of the candidates, or politicians in general, when they get asked a 
question that could be considered "volatile" and it's a bunch of verbal tap 
dancing around the issue so as not to offend.

You can't have a position and expect everyone to like it. These people think 
they will be able to appeal to the largest possible demographic by avoiding 
"offending" everyone, meaning that they either don't take a position or what 
they say/claim is so watered down its pretty much worthless.


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> On Aug 13, 2015, at 11:15 PM, Curly McLain via Mercedes 
> <> wrote:
> Here is the full interview that the trum p was raked over the coals for.  The 
> alleged terrible thing to say, when heard in context is not big deal to me.
> As discussed before, anyone who knows the loser (mcLame) does not think 
> highly of him.  It is also apparent that mclame fired the first shot.  
> (people who live in glass houses should not throw stones)
> Over all, after watching the whole thing, I think the clown comes off pretty 
> well.
> One thing i find very entertaining is how the media fires "fatal shots"  
> (fatal to any Pol) and the clown turns them around and moves higher in the 
> polls.  He does not succumb to the shots because he is not a pol.   Good Pol 
> theatre!
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