100-day plan

TRUMP DELIVERED an excellent speech at Gettysburg today. It should be required listening for all voters, especially those who plan to vote for fringe candidates.

The Donald spells out specific actions he will take immediately on becoming president. They are good actions.

37 thoughts on “100-day plan”

  1. With all due respect, please stop trying to tell “fringe” people who to vote for. Frankly it’s the main GOP leaders leaving him behind and all the voters they will take with them that you need to be concerned about.

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    1. Scott: Your comment came too quickly for you to have listened to the speech. Tsk, tsk.

      Anyway, I’m not telling “fringe people” to do anything. I am telling people not to vote for fringe candidates, quite different. The Goddess has bestowed a serious responsibility upon The Unseen Moon to guide American voters in the proper direction. It’s out of my hands, amigo.

      Now go back and listen to the speech. It will be good for you. You will either vote correctly or repent the fringe vote you have already cast.

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  2. Listen up, you fringe and misguided people. Never before has a presidential candidate spelled out with such clarity and vision what his program will be. Donald Trump will be good for the USA, and he’s the only one who can make the USA great once again. We are damn fortunate to have him in the race, and I urge each and every one of The Unseen Moon’s readers to give him your full support. Believe me, you’ll feel much better when you do.

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  3. He cannot renegotiate NAFTA. Any changes to the agreement must be endorsed by all 3 countries, and if it were allowed, it’s the USA that sent jobs to Mexico. The American companies such as GM, Ford and Chrysler, moved billions of dollars to Mexico, and the only way to get them back is for Mexico to give them up.
    He makes promises that he can’t keep, and a lot of his followers don’t understand the basics of how government works in the USA as well as I do, and I’m not even an American. International trade is highly complicated, I know a smidgen about it because I worked both sides of the border for a company in Canada.
    He has people mesmerized with his rudeness and puffery. You’re looking for a messiah, and you’re willing to settle for him.
    Polls show he has a 10% chance of being elected, and that the Democrats will win the Senate. Dream your heart out, but engage your brain, and accept the facts, and realize what a catastrophe Trump would be as President. It would be 4 years of the USA sitting in idle while the world moves on.

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    1. Kris: Some of the things he mentioned would be difficult or impossible to do, surely, but if he does even some of them it will be a step in the right direction. Choosing between Trump or Hillary is the classic no-brainer.

      Voting for Hillary or a fringe candidate (interestingly, even Green Party candidate Jill Stein prefers Trump over Hillary) or not voting at all does just one thing: It helps Hillary.

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      1. Not knowing or not caring to know his statements are false makes him untrustworthy. Whichever he is doing, he is deceiving the uninformed voters. He is crying election fraud while defrauding the voters by making policy statements that he knows are impossible.
        He has a following of people who believe he can change their lives. Not going to happen, you missed the boat on the last election, and you’re on the side of the worst political candidate in history this time.

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  4. Besides being an absolutely disgusting human being, he doesn´t possess the intellect nor temperament needed by the POTUS. If there was ever a case made to disprove Darwin’s Natural Selection it is found in Trump supporters.

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    1. Gordie/Clete: Here’s my advice, and it’s for your own good. Repeat “President Trump, President Trump” as many times daily as you can. That way you will not have a total meltdown on the morning of Nov. 9. Trust me on this.

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          1. Noun. Pronounced: “chum’-buh-loan”
            1) term originally used primarily in and around the Chicago area to describe a person who is easily tricked into doing something directly counter to their own personal self-interest; 2) since the 2008 presidential election, also applied to anyone outside the Chicago area who exhibits similar incapacity for sound judgment; 3) a person so devoid of common sense that they can be manipulated in any number of ways without having the slightest clue as to how ignorant and/or stupid they are.
            Application: Originally applied to lesser-educated Caucasians of lower intelligence who tend to believe anything that government officials and the news media tell them; since the 2008 election, now also applied to better-educated and intelligent Caucasians of all ages and genders who are totally devoid of any street smarts whatsoever, as well as to members of all other races, age groups and genders who also continue to believe whatever is told to them by government and media representatives evidence to the contrary notwithstanding.

            Synonym: chump, dupe, stooge, imbecile, sucker, idiot, hick, hayseed, moron, roundhead, ignoramus, dumb-ass, dip shit.
            Antonym: urban street-wise denizen, intelligent well-versed voter.
            Government Manipulator: “I’m doing this for you, because it’s really in your best interest.” Chumbolone: “Well, heck, gee wiz, OK, why didn’t you just say so- just tell me what I should do.”

            Government Manipulator: “If you give me $20 I’ll make your life much better.” Chumbolone: “Well, jeez, now you’re talkin’- here’s $40, so you can make my life twice as good!”
            http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Chumbolone

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      1. Actually I ‘watched’ it on another venue of the election rigging media. Not all of it I admit. He kind of lost me on his opening statement when the draft-dodging coward mentioned the sacrifice made by the soldiers at Gettysburg. I listened to his gibberish for another 6 or 7 minutes when I decided it would be less painful to stick red hot darning needles up my nose than to hear more of his dishonesty and deceit.

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      1. ““chump, dupe, stooge, imbecile, sucker, idiot, hick, hayseed, moron, roundhead, ignoramus, dumb-ass, dipshit.” Goodness Mercy!!!”

        Looks like decorum has a very subjective definition.

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  5. I see in the internet where Hillary Clinton moved $1.8 billion from the U.S. to their account in Qatar. Make of that what you can.

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      1. Well, maybe she has some huge charity project in the Middle East. I hope they do better than the Haiti reflief project.
        Or maybe she is going to have a high stakes poker game with Emelda Marcos? Who knows? I leave it to everyone to draw their own conclusions.

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      1. Do you suppose it would be just her and Huma? Will Bill be left holding the bag? I guess we will find out soon enough.

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      2. Speaking of prosecutions are you aware that on November 28 Trump must appear at his trial in San Diego regarding his fraudulent ‘Trump University’?

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