The Koch Brothers are trying to buy America. They not only funnel money through their phony Americans for Prosperity, they funnel money into all kinds of organizations to do the same thing that they are doing. I honestly do not believe America is for sale. But as soon as these two power-drunk billionaires are called out, they say, “It’s free speech, what’s wrong?” Most actual Americans trace their free speech to the Constitution — not a bank account that has lots and lots of zero’s at the end. A prominent pollster once said, “When does the pursuit of victory exact to a higher price?
Mitt Romney speaks about his views on the election process of his Republican party. He immediately goes into his reasoning behind why Donald Trump should not become our next president. He argues that Trump would destroy America’s possibility of long and prosperous future. His plans are “flimsy at best” says Romney. He says that Kasich and Cruz would both be much more suited to be our president.
THE TRUMP TRAIN- A BRIEF EXPLANATION This American democracy, a long, drawn out process not without its flaws, is one of the central pieces of government that the wildly popular and controversial candidate, Donald Trump, is attacking in his campaign. When he says his campaign is "entirely self-funded," he is not only bragging about his popularity and independence, but also is taking a subtle jab at the current system in which some candidates get billions of dollars(Super PACs anyone? ), and thus exploit the system by drowning it in money. In reality, this really happens, and a billion dollars can really give that certain candidate an edge over his competitors. Since that billion dollars most commonly comes from the top 1%, not the common people,
Senator Bernie Sanders is a self-described Democratic Socialist running for the presidency of the United States and one that actively extols of socialistic style policies other nations have implemented. Socialism is a dirty word in American politics and has been lobbed at President Barack Obama since his first campaign. Yet, Senator Sanders embraces the socialist moniker, co-opting the term, and using it to his advantage. Senator Sanders is vehemently opposed to the influences of big money on elections and a tenant of Senator Sander’s platform is to completely rail against corporations buying elections in a country that mostly views corporations favorably. The dichotomy of these ideologies does not fit with Senator Sander’s current standing
A big problem we have right now in the United States are the presidential candidates. A big threat to our country is Donald Trump winning the election. He is just an overall bad guy, he is racist and sexist. He said that if he wins, he will deport immigrants back to where they came from, which is really unthoughtful, especially since his wife is mexican. If Donald Trump wins the election and does all the things he said he would do, then the citizens of United States would definitely rebel against the government.
Given that the Left can look at Trump and say to independents or other potential future conservatives, “Do you really want to vote for, join a party, or subscribe to an ideology that really is racist and bigoted, as proven by Donald Trump’s presidency/candidacy?” No! It would require the independent to either defend Trump, or somewhat or wholeheartedly agree with the Leftist. Trump would alienate voters from conservatism. Trump would also change the perception of conservatism in regards to policy. This is the second most dangerous part of a Trump presidency (after providing Leftists the opportunity to claim conservatives are racist and bigoted).
Trump also pledged stern action against China for “ripping [America] off” these type of threats will worsen America’s relationship with its allies. Finally Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel of Germany said that "Donald Trump… [is] not only a threat to peace and social cohesion, but also to economic development.” These examples of many indicate that Trump’s reckless behaviour could create unwanted enemies for the United
Donald Trump would not be a suitable President of the United States due to his outspoken public prejudices against minorities and misogynistic tendencies. On numerous occasions, Donald Trump was involved with racial discrimination. In the early 1970s, the New York Times published an article about the Department
Because of all those factors, it was easy for Donald Trump to gain power in the GOP and destroy it for years to come. To conclude, Donald Trump’s rise to the top of the GOP campaign field has surprised nearly everyone. He has been a channel for anger, and an annoyance to GOP leaders and millions of people around America. While other forces, like the media, have also contributed to his success, the main factor in his rise is a GOP that is in desperate need of reform to meet the needs, wants, and ambitions of a rapidly changing
Many thinks, the US is a place full of oppertunities, a better life, jobs, innovation, but since, Donald Trump became the president of America , it is become hell for immigrants. The feeling of nationalism have been emerged by the speeches of Trump. In his campaign, Trump, always said about 'America first ' and 'We make America great again ', and always said the immigrants are wiping the jobs of American people. Hates crimes have been increased, since the Indian engineer Srinivas had been allegedly shot dead by a former US navy man, yelling ' get out of my country '. The victory of the President Donald Trump , implies that, a substaintial faction of Americans have an anxiety towards Immigrants, especially Indians, for snatching