wow this makes me want to vote for trump
"He had me at 'It's always someone else's fault!'"/Jesse.
I've been told by my Hillary supporting family, friends and acquaintances (most of them are) that it is also antisemitic. Trump is Hitler, don't you know.
Yeah, everyone's anti-semitic. And everyone's sexist as well.
Trump is a nationalist. His entire worldview can be understood through that prism. He's also an economic protectionist, which goes hand-in-hand with the nationalism. He wants to beat ISIS, but he's not a neocon. He's militarily isolationist.
Yes, I saw this ad this morning during. What is interesting is the incessant insistence on blaming others for the economic woes of ordinary people, be it rich oligarchs or "trade" or "the system"? I was thinking "how is this any different from what Dinesh D'Souza described the politics of envy as practiced by the Democratic party, just a couple of months ago?"There's NO question for any of us who understands sound economic principles that the monetary policies of the Fed which encourage debt instead of capital accumulation and the regulatory environment only serve to stymie economic activity, but Trump's message is not pointing its finger directly at these two things but, rather, places the blame on the easier scapegoat with his TRADE. This ad does it in a particularly obnoxious manner, by repeating the same economically ignorant canard that jobs are "being taken". I dare anyone here to tell me, with all seriousness, how can jobs be "taken" from someone, when a job belongs to the EMPLOYER whose money it is on the line. This is very dangerous stuff, torn right off the pages of The Fatal Conceit. This idiocy will poison discourse for at least a generation more, making our efforts to promote liberty that much more difficult.