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The city of Brussels is a hellhole—or so says Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox Business Network on Tuesday, the prospective Republican U.S. presidential nominee lambasted Belgium’s capital for being dominated by Muslim extremists.



Meanwhile in Belgium(brussels) 



A real sign btw and love it XD.


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GamechaserBE said:
The city of Brussels is a hellhole—or so says Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox Business Network on Tuesday, the prospective Republican U.S. presidential nominee lambasted Belgium’s capital for being dominated by Muslim extremists.



Meanwhile in Belgium(brussels) 



A real sign btw and love it XD.

Haha!





Yes best candidate



fatslob-:O said:
RadiantDanceMachine said:

Apparently you don't understand anything about business either. Lmao

Getting jealous are we ? Trump is a billionaire and your not, end of story ... 

Success apparently does some weird things to you when you go around chasing other people ... LOL

Jealous of what exactly? Just curious in what way you think I ought be jealous.

Yes, Trump is a billionaire. Most of his personal wealth is from scamming investors, taxpayers, and the government itself. This is publicly available information...feel free to get a clue in the near future. ;)

Amazing how I completely demolish your position on his business acumen so you immediately formulate an entirely new position...





I think it's hilarious how often people talk about Bernie Sanders' age. You guys obviously have NO IDEA how old the average president is in this country... and that Trump is ONLY 3 years younger than Sanders. Bringing up age at all makes you sound like a bunch of teenagers arguing on an internet forum... oh wait...



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outlawauron said:
SpokenTruth said:
outlawauron said:

Not going to a 4 year university doesn't coorelate to being stupid or uneducated. It is a fact that the US has too many college students, and thus the major problems with student loans and underemployment (there's a reason why English majors going to Starbucks is a national joke).

It's not that we have too many college students but more like, as you alluded to, too many students gaining low needs degrees.  The art, English and history fields have been saturated.  Had those students entered into a high demand field, they wouldn't be working on Starbucks.  That to me is more of a failure of the career counseling of these schools.  They willinging took the money and cared little for the post school success of those students.

I don't think career counseling is the issue, these students know that they likely won't get a job when they graduate anyways. They're doing it because it's something they like and they're expected to go to college.

Due to the fact that there's no way to force people to pick an education around a career, we'll continue to have so many students graduating without a proper job. I'm all for pushing trade schools since it's teaching a transferable and marketable skill.

 

Hehe, I remember our discussion on this. That was fun, and in the end we sorta agreed



RadiantDanceMachine said:

Jealous of what exactly? Just curious in what way you think I ought be jealous.

Yes, Trump is a billionaire. Most of his personal wealth is from scamming investors, taxpayers, and the government itself. This is publicly available information...feel free to get a clue in the near future. ;)

Amazing how I completely demolish your position on his business acumen so you immediately formulate an entirely new position...

@Bold That your his hater ...  

Let the anxiety flow through you ...

@Underlined You got so bent out of shape that you had to demean others to get your empty point across but it's too bad you have no proof that he's doing anything like a ponzi scheme ... 



Is it safe for Trump to come out? Is he still hiding from Ms. Meanie Megyn Kelly?



SpokenTruth said:
NightDragon83 said:
gatito said:

The main reason is that terrorists hate the US because of morons like Trump.

So what were the terrorists' big beef with the US prior to 9/11 then?  They were still peeved about the 2000 election results and yearned for the "good ol days" of Bill Clinton?  lol

We've had our noses in their politics and wars since the 1950's.

We've meddled in alot of other countries' and regions' affairs over the last 50 years or so too and committed plenty of atrocities far worse than the war in Iraq, but for some reason it's only the ones that are dominated by radical Islamists that seem to have it out for not just us, but the entire western world in general.

Just as an example, during WWII we nuked and napalmed the hell out of Japan, killing hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians in the process, most of whom were women and children.  During the Cold War / Vietnam War era, again we slaughtered countless Vietnamese simply because we feared the spread of Communism in the region.

Yet somehow today we are buddy buddy with Japan and Vietnam and do business with both like we've been BFFs since day 1, and neither population is trying to wage a neverending jihad against us despite having every right to do so considering what we've done to them in the past.  I wonder why that is...



On 2/24/13, MB1025 said:
You know I was always wondering why no one ever used the dollar sign for $ony, but then I realized they have no money so it would be pointless.

NightDragon83 said:

We've meddled in alot of other countries' and regions' affairs over the last 50 years or so too, but for some reason it's only the ones dominated by radical Islamists that seem to have it out for us.

During WWII we nuked and napalmed the hell out of Japan, killing hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians in the process, most of whom were women and children.  During the Cold War / Vietnam War era, again we slaughtered countless Vietnamese simply because we feared the spread of Communism in the region.

Yet somehow today we are buddy buddy with Japan and Vietnam and do business with both like we've been BFFs since day 1, and neither population is trying to wage a neverending jihad against us despite having every right to do so considering what we've done to them in the past.  I wonder why that is...

This needs to be said more than once ... 

It's mostly their problem, not ours ...