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Which world leader does Trump most remind you of?
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Pinochet, definitely.
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Honestly...Julius Caesar, Tiberius Gracchus, and Gaius Gracchus.
Maybe some Andrew Jackson thrown in.
Posted 1/21/17 , edited 1/24/17
Trump.
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well since i cant pick hitler, id have to go with someone else you used a racist platform and the promise of making his nation great again, and who also promised to better the economy.
Posted 1/21/17 , edited 1/24/17

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Gaius Gracchus.


We have a winner. I would be really surprised if someone comes up with something better.

Edit: Actually, Napoleon isn't a bad pick either now that I think about it. But it wouldn't even be near my first pick.
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theYchromosome wrote:


Ravenstein wrote:

Gaius Gracchus.


We have a winner. I would be really surprised if someone comes up with something better.


It's always "Trump is Hitler" and "Trump should be assassinated" in these troll threads. You'd think you depraved losers would come up with something more entertaining or legitimate but that would require some sort of grounds to hold your position instead of false accusations nobody with half a cent of intelligence will ever buy into.

And with this indirect reference to the desire to have Trump murdered by a THE SENATE of all bodies, I once again renew my cringe that you foul creatures are allowed to fester and spread your hate indiscriminately abusing the protected freedoms and laws good people deserve.


Wikipedia wrote:
Gaius Sempronius Gracchus (154–121 BC) was a Roman Popularis politician in the 2nd century BC and brother of the reformer Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus. His election to the office of tribune in the years 123 BC and 122 BC and reformative policies while in office prompted a constitutional crisis and his death at the hands of the Roman Senate in 121 BC.
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Sorry, not going to do it. If you don't have anything nice to say and all that. I spent way too much time on politics this last election and it was a abnormally nasty election. I'll admit I don't think he is who is supporters want or need him to be, especially the middle class but I hope I'm wrong. I definitely wouldn't mind being proved wrong here. Other than that I just don't have any more time to spend on negativity. There's too many good things in the world I could be doing with my time.
Posted 1/21/17 , edited 1/24/17

Emtro wrote:


theYchromosome wrote:


Ravenstein wrote:

Gaius Gracchus.


We have a winner. I would be really surprised if someone comes up with something better.


It's always "Trump is Hitler" and "Trump should be assassinated" in these troll threads. You'd think you depraved losers would come up with something more entertaining or legitimate but that would require some sort of grounds to hold your position instead of false accusations nobody with half a cent of intelligence will ever buy into.

And with this indirect reference to the desire to have Trump murdered by a THE SENATE of all bodies, I once again renew my cringe that you foul creatures are allowed to fester and spread your hate indiscriminately abusing the protected freedoms and laws good people deserve.


Wikipedia wrote:
Gaius Sempronius Gracchus (154–121 BC) was a Roman Popularis politician in the 2nd century BC and brother of the reformer Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus. His election to the office of tribune in the years 123 BC and 122 BC and reformative policies while in office prompted a constitutional crisis and his death at the hands of the Roman Senate in 121 BC.


Actually wasn't referencing the assassination at all. Gracchus was a populist leader who criticized the devaluation of labor by foreign markets, the decadence and corruption of the state, and opposed the power structure of the ruling elite in favor of what might be loosely termed a 'working class' in modern parlance. I thought his rise to power and appeal to the populace was a rather apt comparison.

Edit: And, I thought Napoleon was a pretty good pick. Confident, outspoken, a singular personality that does what he does, more or less, for the glory of France. Seemed, again, apt. I'm not trying to troll. To the contrary, I think they are rather complimentary to the man in a lot of ways.
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Hugo Chavez.
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TheOriginalStraynge wrote:

Sorry, not going to do it. If you don't have anything nice to say and all that. I spent way too much time on politics this last election and it was a abnormally nasty election. I'll admit I don't think he is who is supporters want or need him to be, especially the middle class but I hope I'm wrong. I definitely wouldn't mind being proved wrong here. Other than that I just don't have any more time to spend on negativity. There's too many good things in the world I could be doing with my time.


Middle class house buyers taxes already on the rise. I need to find the exact article. Something about a cut into mortgage insurance premiums that will only hurt the middle class the most.

It will be interesting to see what happens. As my friends and I joke around... Trump is all for human rights, after all, Corporations are humans too! (as most of this stuff he is doing hurts the individual and profits business)
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Strut, pout, put it out! He looks and acts like Mousselinee (I spelled that wrong, sorry) Look at some old film footage . Just like him! Scary.
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Posted 1/21/17 , edited 1/24/17

Emtro wrote:


theYchromosome wrote:


Ravenstein wrote:

Gaius Gracchus.


We have a winner. I would be really surprised if someone comes up with something better.


It's always "Trump is Hitler" and "Trump should be assassinated" in these troll threads. You'd think you depraved losers would come up with something more entertaining or legitimate but that would require some sort of grounds to hold your position instead of false accusations nobody with half a cent of intelligence will ever buy into.

And with this indirect reference to the desire to have Trump murdered by a THE SENATE of all bodies, I once again renew my cringe that you foul creatures are allowed to fester and spread your hate indiscriminately abusing the protected freedoms and laws good people deserve.


Wikipedia wrote:
Gaius Sempronius Gracchus (154–121 BC) was a Roman Popularis politician in the 2nd century BC and brother of the reformer Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus. His election to the office of tribune in the years 123 BC and 122 BC and reformative policies while in office prompted a constitutional crisis and his death at the hands of the Roman Senate in 121 BC.


If I was saying Trump should be assassinated I would have compared him to James Garfield.

Like theYchromosome said, it is more Gracchus's populist support, reforms, and divisiveness that I was referring to. It is just a sad coincidence that three of the four guys I mentioned were assassinated.

While not a Trump supporter by any means, I did greatly prefer him to Clinton in the last election. To me, being compared to Julius Caesar and the two Gracchuses is a great compliment. I mean they were around over 2000 years ago but can still be legitimately referenced today. How many politicians of our time do you think will be able to claim such an honor?
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Posted 1/21/17 , edited 1/24/17

Emtro wrote:


theYchromosome wrote:


Ravenstein wrote:

Gaius Gracchus.


We have a winner. I would be really surprised if someone comes up with something better.


It's always "Trump is Hitler" and "Trump should be assassinated" in these troll threads. You'd think you depraved losers would come up with something more entertaining or legitimate but that would require some sort of grounds to hold your position instead of false accusations nobody with half a cent of intelligence will ever buy into.

And with this indirect reference to the desire to have Trump murdered by a THE SENATE of all bodies, I once again renew my cringe that you foul creatures are allowed to fester and spread your hate indiscriminately abusing the protected freedoms and laws good people deserve.


Wikipedia wrote:
Gaius Sempronius Gracchus (154–121 BC) was a Roman Popularis politician in the 2nd century BC and brother of the reformer Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus. His election to the office of tribune in the years 123 BC and 122 BC and reformative policies while in office prompted a constitutional crisis and his death at the hands of the Roman Senate in 121 BC.


Of course, when Trump is compared to Hitler, thats stupid. But doing it to Obama is an obvious sign of enlightenment and intelligence. Naturally, assuming someone comparing two political figures together is doing so to imply that one will die like the other instead of something stupid like their policies or ideals is equally scinitillating.
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Posted 1/23/17 , edited 1/24/17
He reminds me of the president of the United States.
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reminds me a bit of Ronald Reagan.
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