Would Ayn Rand have voted for Trump?


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On 7/23/2018 at 3:55 PM, william.scherk said:

There is a titanic struggle cough going on in some hard-ass corners of The Left blob.  The Glenn Greenwald Party and the slightly less cynical but equally as woke Other Guys who don't follow the Line.

The White Helmets are propaganda assets, so it is just a hop, skip, and a jump to call them Terror Toys, Imperialist Thugs, and other lovely loaded barges full of bullshit from Syria Sarin Hoax False-Flag Putin-toady wing.

The Glenn Greenwald, Max Blumenthal, Jimmy Dore, Rania Khalek, Ben Norton wing of the 'authoritarian, complacent Left' has found itself in a weird place -- supporting The System and denigrating the White Helmets.  Sign.

So, what does this mean on the ground for those who were not teleported?  Well, not to put to fine a point on it, Summary Execution.  Normally, killing unarmed rescue workers might raise the ire of Glenn-Max-Jimmy-Rania-Ben, but no.  These are not normal times for that sorry league:

Firemen, surrender!  Ambulance drivers, surrender!

 

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Korben, And I say yes. More importantly, though, I think I said it better above: "...  I sincerely believe Rand would have gushed over Trump, not as a Randian hero, but as a Mr. Produc

It would depend on Rand's mood at the time. She could go either way. She always sided with the one against the many, whenever she viewed a situation in that light, so, if she focused on the left going

It's been implied several times and sometimes overt.  Trump builds honestly/his businesses are honest---so he doesn't sacrifice others.  Trump's character is such that he isn't a self-sacrificer.  Tru

I read that two rockets from Syria had been fired into Israel today.

In 2006, Kinkie Freidman was on, "Scarborough Country." He was campaigning for governor of Texas and he had a strategy for solving the immigration problem. His strategy for border security was called Five Mexican Generals. He said five Mexican generals would divide the border into five pieces and they would be paid to protect the border. Each would have $1,000,000.00 put into a bank account in America. But if an immigrant crossed the border illegally, they would lose $5,000 from their account. At the end of the year they can collect the remaining amount form the original million dollars. This was not putting the security of America in the hands of foreigners. We would continue to have border security on our side.

To all you senors and sinoritas who are thinking about coming here illegally. If El Presidente Trump enacts this policy you will be detained by your own army. Families will be broken up and children may be missing temporarily. You have been warned!    

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On 7/26/2018 at 1:07 PM, william.scherk said:

Firemen, surrender!  Ambulance drivers, surrender!

This is sad and weird.  The red-brown alliance is on board agitating about the 'warning.' 

If OL's  resident Fake News analysts weren't so choosy, they could give this propaganda a thorough cleaning ...

 

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If Ayn Rand had voted for Trump, would she now regret it? I think she would be exasperated at times, but the bigger, not personality driven approach, would be her perspective. More freedom and the economy are a big deal. Paying to keep someone quiet is no big deal, but using campaign funds or someone else’s funds is a slightly bigger deal. Unless the Demoncrats get a huge majority in The House I don’t think impeachment will be put on the table. And fortunately for the good guys, the black hat wackos seem to be dominating the European Socialist, for the “downtrodden and the puppies elements” of the Democrats.

Another gripe I have is the “left wing press” keeps shouting that Trump only has a 44 percent approval rating, then they shift the evidence it to a few issues wherein Trump is disapproved of by a 60 percent margin. If a true poll were done I think it would be 44 percent for Trump, 30 percent hating Trump, and the rest unsure or don’t know squat. He will win the next election, though Old Hickory Clinton may have slimmed down a bit in anticipation of the fight to come.

She will run in my opinion and destroy any democrat who dares to defy her. I think there is enough evidence to greatly tarnish if not indict Hillary, but Mueller is oblivious to the whole picture.         

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On 7/26/2018 at 1:07 PM, william.scherk said:
On 7/23/2018 at 3:55 PM, william.scherk said:

The Glenn Greenwald Party and the slightly less cynical but equally as woke Other Guys who don't follow the Line.

The White Helmets are propaganda assets, so it is just a hop, skip, and a jump to call them Terror Toys, Imperialist Thugs, and other lovely loaded barges full of bullshit from Syria Sarin Hoax False-Flag Putin-toady wing.

The Glenn Greenwald, Max Blumenthal, Jimmy Dore, Rania Khalek, Ben Norton wing of the 'authoritarian, complacent Left' has found itself in a weird place -- supporting The System and denigrating the White Helmets.

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