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 Good businessman or not, Trump is not only a threat to the United States, but the rest of the world.

 I don't think that anyone, regardless of their political beliefs, Liberal, Conservative what have you, should be president with so much hatred and bigotry towards anyone who thinks or looks different from him.

We live in the 21st century, not some ass backwards time. Trump's irrational bigotry against Muslims, Mexicans, Autistic people and what have not show to me a bully who has gotten to the top by backstabbing other people and having an ego the size of the Moon. Someone like that should NOT be president of any country. Even the Pope called him out for being a poor Christian, and quite honestly, he is right.

I agree with Kingmambo that the political system has been hijacked and not acting as a true democracy anymore, but bringing someone like Trump is only going to worsen everything.

Besides, I don't think he has any chance of winning the nomination for presidency. More than likely, he will bring the GOP down to its knees with his stupidity and lack of self awareness

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Most of what Trump has said has been twisted and what ever he has said does not make him any more of a danger to the world than someone that says nothing.

What makes u think that the past leaders have not been more hateful and deceiving to the people than Trump is or going to be.

As for the men in white robes there is nothing Christian about them more like the Devil masquerading as God there as evil as they make them go and read this link about the ITCCS Kevin Annett

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Trump is calling for violence at his rallies and then plays a victim when people protest him.

When asked about David Duke former KKK dude endorsement he played dumb when he knew exactly who he was, so people who hate black people know Trump is their man. And then he backtracks and tries to play the victim blaming the earpiece for not hearing the question.

Fox "news" is dedicated to go against the Democrats for the past decade and yet you think Trump is the victim for having negative press about him.

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Keff, if you want China to dominate the world economy and enjoy the US spiralling debt crisis your on the right track.
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I'm Canadian so the debt level won't directly affect me. But I think a good way of avoiding increasing the debt is limit military spending and stop starting wars like Bush did. Cause the cost of Iraq war is so far about a tenth of the total debt level. Bush also limited financial regulation which caused the last major recession, so sometimes regulation is good. And China has their own debt problem right now.

A good way of avoiding war is not being total knobs to anyone who isn't "American" which is the complete opposite of what Trump is doing.

Oh and building a wall between Mexico which Mexico will never ever pay for. And you actually have to collect taxes if you want to pay for things.

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If your not concerned about mounting US debt why are you so concerned about the democratic decision millions of Americans have made to support Donald Trump. You sound like a Bernie supporter, oh wait your Canadian that's a pretty socialist country now that you have elected Justin. I hear you went from a balanced budget to a 25 billion dollar deficit in 100 days, what would you like to see next, can anyone say a free university education for all, oh and maybe a free car to get there and of coarse when you graduate, a government job with indexed pension.
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I'm concerned because Canada is indirectly impacted by the decisions the US. Maybe the US should be a little more "socialist", look at the CDN dairy the farmers. They don't get screwed over by the retailers and processors because they have a voice that almost acts like a union making sure they can make a living. Unlike most of the dairy world which is at the mercy of what is going on in Russia in China. Since we have our "socialist" dairy system I don't mind paying employees what they deserve keeping that money in Canada and am not bringing in foreign workers so I can cut cost and have those wages leave the country.

Maybe having affordable education isn't a bad idea. People need to learn the difference between your and you're. Justin's "socialist" party did a lot better job in the past at controlling the debt level then Stephen Harper did, so this idea that being conservative means you're better with money isn't always so.

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It's nice that your are willing to share your wealth, but you don't agree with other Canadians providing jobs for some of the most disadvantaged workers in the world,people from countries like Mexico and Guatemala, where families must live on one to two dollars per day. These workers come to Canada just so they can better the lives of their families. Maybe you think Canada should build a wall.
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Right... Canada the country that is allowing Syrian refugees in has the problem with helping the unfortunate. Not the country whose GOP favourite wants to ban Muslims from entering the country and calls Mexicans rapists and wants to build a wall.

While the US cares so much about Mexico they still waste time/money/lives on the "War on Drugs" allows cartels in Mexico to get billions of dollars year and cause thousands of people to die in a battle they can never win. Too bad some of that money spent on the war on drugs isn't used on helping people with addictions instead of sending them to jail.
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What I said is that you,as a liberal minded Canadian,disapprove of Canadians who provide employment for disadvantaged workers from other countries. You said you want to keep the money in Canada. I disagree.
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