Sunday, March 13, 2016

Why Does Anyone Vote for Trump?

Nyall from Baltimore: Jon or Eric, can you explain to me why anyone votes for Trump?

Jon: If you don't like Trump, the Media and politicians are to blame for his rise and dominance. 

Resources are scarce, the world is competitive, and, unfortunately, selfish and dishonest people too often get ahead. Even information and education are scarce and access is controlled by people who don't necessarily want the average person to get ahead. So, we are left with a lot of unnecessary confusion and disagreement in the world, and I think dishonest people in the Media and in politics (who think they are smarter than they really are) try to justify their own complicity and corruption by convincing themselves that the public is stupid, dangerous or out of control. It makes them feel better about controlling and distorting information, etc. But, I think it's all much simpler. I don't think the public is out of control and needs to be controlled. Instead, corrupt leaders need to do more to help people instead of focusing on themselves. If we weren't lied to so much, people wouldn't be acting so crazy and be so angry. People are sick of politicians and Trump is capitalizing on that.

Here's an article by John Pilger,  an honest journalist, who explains the reality and magnitude of the problem:

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Will Trump Choose Condoleezza Rice as VP?

Jon and Allen analyze the GOP Primary ahead of Super Tuesday 3:

Jon: Trump is the first modern-day candidate never to use a teleprompter, and he instead just talks to people, which helps people feel included. Even though he is a billionaire, he speaks to us all on the same level. The Media underestimates that power; people are hungry for that.

Allen: Yeah, it's great! It's funny that he gets crushed so much for changing stances. He basically says what he thinks and sometimes changes when he receives new information; seems pretty reasonable

Jon: Two debates ago, he changed his stance on something while on stage, but people still trust him because he actually talks to them.

Allen: Yes, he did. And, it actually makes more sense than TrusTed who won't even consider any view other than his own. Ted just knows he's right all the time.

Jon: Lying Ted and Little Marco. Can you imagine getting away with calling well known politians that on national TV over and over, to their faces? It's nutz! And people love it!

Allen: This election cycle is definitely entertaining. Yep, Lying Ted and Little Marco. He called Ben Carson Pathological then got his endorsement. Amazing!

Jon: Carson and Christie will get cabinet positions or something. I think Trump wins GOP nomination and chooses a woman for VP. Could be Palin again.

Allen: I hope he does, a black woman!

Jon: Pretty sure will be a woman to take votes from Hillary.

Allen: It would be crazy if we end up with a contested convention.

Jon: Yes. We will basically know on Tuesday.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Why "The Donald" Will Be The GOP Nominee

The Donald understands how the Media works from the inside, better than any other candidate in the history of the Presidential Election, ever. Conservatives hate and mistrust the Media. And, no candidate will do a better job during this election cycle, and probably ever again, at dismembering, dismantling, humiliating, discombobulating the efforts of Media. He exposes their uncreativity, their paralysis within the P.C. fortress they've built for themselves and that they are now captive within. He points at them and encourages the Conservative masses to mock them alongside him. It's such a rare quality and power that The Donald wields that pundits and experts alike not only don't know how to grapple with it, they don't even understand it. They cannot interpret or measure what's happening, partly because it's incalculable and unpredictable, but mostly because it's a factor that is not normally present or measured.