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November 4, 2016

Unhypnotizing a Clinton Supporter

Trump might be the safest president we have ever had.
He can lead the dark parts of his base toward the light (as Nixon went to China) and he has no incentive for war. Claims about hisĀ 'temperament' are mostly about his penchant for insults, and that isn't a mortal danger to anyone. | Scott Adams' Blog

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 4, 2016 12:55 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Most of what you "know" about Trump is the picture the media has painted of him, which isn't reality.

Business men know what it takes for other business men to be successful and there is no doubt that Trump is successful.

This is a concept that is difficult to impossible for non-business men (employees) to understand.

If Trump was as nasty as the media portrays him to be he wouldn't be very successful at all.

I have dealt with thousands of successful and very wealthy people over several decades and with only a few exceptions most of them were very congenial, kind, thoughtful, intelligent, and aware of the world around them. They were successful and wealthy because they deserved to be and had put in the tremendous effort to be so.

The longer a person remains in the position of a gov't employee the nastier they become because the very foundation of that premise is nasty.

You don't become successful by doing less, you become successful by doing more and when was the last time you seen that done by any employee?

Employees as a rule always try to do less.
"Don't work too hard!"

When have you ever heard a business man say that?
But it is everyday talk among employees.
Even more so among gov't employees.

Most people today would keel over if they tried to keep up with Trump. He gets more done in a week than most people do in a year, and he's OLD!

Hell, when he was in his 40's he must have been a holy terror, getting stuff done like nobody's business - 10,000 balls in the air at one time.

His dad gave him a tool to work a business life way back when and he ran the hell out of that tool a million times over.

For the average "employee" if they would have received that tool they'd have been broke or dead in less than a year.

clintin has been a gov't employee all of her rotten assed life. She does as little as possible and always keeps her eyes on the criminal side of life. If she takes command of the WH life in these US's will be like you never imagined. The entire country will be forced to be gov't employees - a life of despair for all.

If Trump moves his immense business acumen into the WH you can expect that hurdles and fences that prevent success will be lessened and eliminated and your chance at success will be greatly improved. After that, it's up to you.

So prepare yourself mentally. The thought process of a business man is not like that of an employee. Business men are never off work completely, they are always thinking about it. EVERY person they meet is a potential customer and every thought is a potential opportunity at more success.

Trump isn't the best this life has to offer, but he's the next best thing available right now. And the people that do not recognize that are doomed to fail and deserve to fail.

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 4, 2016 2:21 PM

"If Trump moves his immense business acumen into the WH you can expect that hurdles and fences that prevent success will be lessened and eliminated and your chance at success will be greatly improved. After that, it's up to you." Amen,Ghost,amen.

Posted by: Nori at November 4, 2016 7:19 PM

I worked for myself most of my life but occasionally worked for others. One time I was told to slow down because I was making others 'look bad'. Right.

The other mantra heard on union jobs: "Don't kill the Job." Yep, slow down. If it wasn't for people like Trump and others, these clowns would starve.

Posted by: Vermont Woodchuck at November 5, 2016 5:25 AM

Yep, many businessmen work hard, give it their best shot and still don't make it. Those that do make it are the foundation of this country's economic success. IMO, they don't get the credit they deserve, at least not from the progressives.

The Obama economy has limped along for eight years. The progs want you to believe it's because government hasn't done enough. Bah! It's because the government is doing too much regulating and poking their nose in places (Obamacare, Porkulus, religious freedom, etc.) where they destroy incentive and competition.

Trump may be a hard-nosed bastard, but then so was Georgie Patton. I know who got things done in WWII. It was Patton. I think Trump will get the right kind of things done now.

Posted by: Jimmy J. at November 5, 2016 9:50 AM

Ghost, do you mind if I reblog your comment?

Posted by: John The River at November 6, 2016 1:18 PM

@John, it's there to use as you see fit. I hope it inspires people to *think*.

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 6, 2016 1:24 PM

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