• hckr (edited 5 years ago)
    -1

    If Trump loses the election, I am strongly considering expatratiating to Russia. They seem to have all the right components of a modern, sane country. I am so disgusted and disappointed with the US lately. I am currently in the process of joining the US Army to protect my country, and if I can ever get all this paperwork done I certainly intend to serve my time, but if I have to serve my 4 years under a liberal president, then that will be it.

    There are so many people here who think that a Socialist Jew should be president, or that a war-criminal who is reponsible for the deaths of an uncountable number of people, and endangered countless others through poor information security should be president, and I just can't understand it.

    Say what you want about Trump, and honestly, say it. Trump has ran one of the most innovative campaigns in the history of this country. I was really excited back in 2007 watching Obama's campaign, all the political tips and tricks and just the overall finesse of how he managed his image was amazing, but Trump flips the table on all of that. Trump literally said that he could shoot someone in the middle of FIfth avenue (one block away from me!) and that people would still support him, and i think he's right. Trump has captured the spirit of people who believe that we can WORK our way into prosperity rather than SCHEME and STEAL our way there, and he fosters the ideals of a group of people who are ready to work, who are ready to get their hands dirty, who actually believe in the principles that make America a great idea, rather than pandering to a bunch of people who are offended at one thing or another. Personal feelings, what is 'offensive' or not, has NO place in politics to begin with. We are a world superpower and we need to fucking act like it, and start burning some grass, kicking up some dust, and getting our gloves and boots dirty.

    Putin has his faults, but you gotta love the guy. He sticks to his guns and seems like a real cowboy type of guy. I think the whole dilution this article is talking about is just common sense. Neutrality is a one-way street, politically. It's really hard to unsay things, so it's usually better to just keep it scaled back a bit, and not appear like you're really eager about anything or anyone. On top of that, he's got his own country to run, and I think he realizes that the US election, while important, is secondary to remaining an effective role model for Russia.

    • RoamingGnome
      +5

      God damn, boy, you are absolutely ignorant and delusional. I don't even know what to say to you beyond Good Riddance. If you need a little cash to get you started on your way out of the country, let me know.

      • Appaloosa
        +3

        I hope he was just joking...and not a troll...lol