Promises Made by Trump

The choice has be made by the majority of the United States and Donald Trump has now officially made it to become President Donald Trump.  WHY?  What we’re these people thinking? Just because you can run a company (into the ground several times) and you can host a TV show where we only see you for at most 15 minutes of the hour show, doesn’t mean your capable to run a country.  

FYI: THIS IS A LONG ONE

My first issue is the military and everything he is wanting to do and the majority of what he says is unattainable.  If it was someone in the past 100 years would have figured it out and changed things. I have a son and his best friend since third grade both in the U.S. Air Force and some of what he is promoting scares me for all our military personnel. These two really hit home for me.

26. “Bomb the s— out of ISIS.” Also bomb oil fields controlled by the Islamic State, then seize the oil and give the profits to military veterans who were wounded while fighting.

27. Target and kill the relatives of terrorists.
I am answering these two together as they go side by side, just my opinion.  So we are going to bomb the shizzle out so ISIS and then go and kill all their relatives (Women, children, parents, grandparents, babies) who may or may not be terrorist.  Oh, I can see this going very wrong, in so many ways.

Other issues include,

4. Get rid of Common Core because it’s “a disaster” and a “very bad thing.” Trump says he wants to give local school districts more control and might even eliminate the Department of Education.

Eliminate the Department of Education!!  Where will my grandkids go to obtain the education needed to survive in this new world Trump is wanting to turn the U.S. into?  Will all education be done by private organizations and everyone will have to pay to have their children educated?  That won’t be expensive for the middle and low income classes, right.

#5 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) might also disappear. 

What he’s talking about doing away with the EPA a federal agency that was “created for the purpose of protecting human health and the environment by writing and enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress.“* If the EPA disappears, what are we going to do to protect our environment?  Has any one heard what his plan is to replace the EPA if he closes it down?

6. Get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something “terrific” that is “so much better, so much better, so much better.”

Here’s another issue, if he goes and cancels Obamacare, what does he plan to replace it with? Where are the, “probably 7.26 million but perhaps as many as 9.9 million people got insurance since the last quarter of 2013, bringing the number of uninsured Americans down from 43.5 million to 36.3 million, Gallup says” going to do for insurance?  Instead of dropping I feel this one will show a rise in the number of uninsured not a decrease. (Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index**)

10. Defund Planned Parenthood, “Here’s a chart from a March 2011 fact sheet, which reported that the group performed about 11.4 million total services.” 

What are these people, kids, parents, going to do if the one place they know they can get help is shut down.  So far I’ve read four agencies that affect our environment, our children’s educations, their health and now their being safe and educated when it comes to issues they may get into or are having their own families to figure all this out. What do they do? FactCheck.org***

35. Oppose the killing of journalists: “I hate some of these people, but I would never kill them.” 

He says this, no matter when and then he talks about killing terrorists relatives and about bombing the shizzle out of ISIS.  But he doesn’t kill anyone not as long as someone else is doing it he’s fine with it.

42. Students at Wofford College in South Carolina, where Trump attended a town hall, will all have jobs at graduation.

Only one question comes to mind and that is, who’s going to give them all jobs and what about all the other colleges, universities or even those young adults who follow their path or who join the military.  What do they do when their discharged? Where do they get a job?  Oh wait, Trump is revamping the Veterans Administration which done right could take years to fix everything that wrong there.  My mom was a military wife with three kids for 23 years and when they divorced she received no benefits or pay for her time spent in. 

48. Force Nabisco to once again make Oreos in the United States. And bully Apple into making its “damn computers” and other products here.

Now our government is going to “Bully” companies into keeping their manufacturing in the U.S. and force others to do the same. What we need to do is give companies tax breaks and benefits to keep them here, if they accept it, but not forcing them, that would like being telling your kid they can’t do something and they will run and do it. 

56. Ensure that Americans can still afford to golf.

What in the hell does this have to do with being president?  What if someone doesn’t golf is he going to make sure they can bowl, kayak, do pottery, draw?

59. On his first day in office, Trump would get rid of gun-free zones at military bases and in schools.

Trump will get rid of gun-free zones on bases and schools.  So now kids will be able to carry guns on school property putting all of our children at risk.  What is he thinking?

Below I have supplied you with the 75 promises Trump made over the course of his campaign and have highlighted those that scare me. 

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PROMISES MADE BY TRUMP:
WASHINGTON POST, 1/22/2016
1. Build a wall along the southern border that’s taller than the arenas where Trump holds his rallies, taller than any ladder and one foot taller than the Great Wall of China. This “artistically beautiful” wall will be constructed out of hardened concrete, rebar and steel, and it will be “the greatest wall that you’ve ever seen” — so great that the nation will likely one day name it “The Trump Wall.

2. Make Mexico pay for the wall. If Mexico refuses, then the United States will impound all remittance payments taken from the wages of illegal immigrants, cut foreign aid, institute tariffs, cancel visas for Mexican business leaders and diplomats, and increase fees for visas, border-crossing cards and port use.

3. “If I become president, we’re all going to be saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again.”

4. Get rid of Common Core because it’s “a disaster” and a “very bad thing.” Trump says he wants to give local school districts more control and might even eliminate the Department of Education.

5. The Environmental Protection Agency might also disappear.

6. Get rid of Obamacare and replace it with something “terrific” that is “so much better, so much better, so much better.”

7. Knock down the regulatory walls between states for health insurance, making plans available nationally instead of regionally.

8. Rebuild the country’s aging infrastructure — especially bridges and airports that look like they belong in a third-world country — for one-third of what the United States is currently paying for such projects.

9. Save Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security without cutting benefits.

10. Defund Planned Parenthood.

11. “I will take care of women, and I have great respect for women. I do cherish women, and I will take care of women.”

12. Frequently use the term “radical Islamic terrorism.”

13. Temporarily ban most foreign Muslims from entering the United States “until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.” Trump would allow exceptions for dignitaries, business people, athletes and others who have “proven” themselves.

14. Bar Syrian refugees from entering the country and kick out any who are already living here. Trump says wealthy Persian Gulf nations like Saudi Arabia should pay to set up a heavily guarded “safe zone” in Syria.

15. Heavily surveil mosques in the United States. Trump has said he’s open to the idea of closing some mosques.

16. Create a database of Syrian refugees. Trump hasn’t ruled out creating a database of Muslims in the country.

17. Never take a vacation while serving as president.

18. Prosecute Hillary Clinton for her use of a private e-mail server while serving as secretary of state.
19. Make medical marijuana widely available to patients, and allow states to decide if they want to fully legalize pot or not.

20. Stop spending money on space exploration until the United States can fix its potholes. Encourage private space-exploration companies to expand.

21. Pick Supreme Court justices who are “really great legal scholars.”
22. Ensure that Iowa continues to host the nation’s first presidential nominating contest.

23. Strengthen the military so that it’s “so big and so strong and so great” that “nobody’s going to mess with us.”
24. Be unpredictable. “No one is going to touch us, because I’m so unpredictable.”

25. Allow Russia to deal with the Islamic State in Syria and/or work with Russian President Vladimir Putin to wipe out shared enemies.

26. “Bomb the s— out of ISIS.” Also bomb oil fields controlled by the Islamic State, then seize the oil and give the profits to military veterans who were wounded while fighting.

27. Target and kill the relatives of terrorists.

28. Shut down parts of the Internet so that Islamic State terrorists cannot use it to recruit American children.

29. Bring back waterboarding, which the Obama administration considers torture. Trump has said he’s willing to use interrogation techniques that go even further than waterboarding. Even if such tactics don’t work, “they deserve it anyway, for what they’re doing.”
30. Leave troops in Afghanistan because it’s such “a mess.” Protect Israel. And increase U.S. military presence in the East and South China Seas.

31. Find an “out” clause in the Iran deal and then “totally” renegotiate the whole thing.

32. “I promise I will never be in a bicycle race. That I can tell you.” (This promise is connected to criticism of Secretary of State John F. Kerry, who was injured while riding a bicycle amid the Iran negotiations.)

33. Refuse to call Iran’s leader by his preferred title. “I guarantee you I will be never calling him the Supreme Leader… I’ll say, ‘Hey baby, how ya doing?’ I will never call him the Supreme Leader.”

34. Negotiate the release of all U.S. prisoners held in Iran before taking office. (Five hostages were recently released, including Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian; Trump has taken some credit for this.)

35. Oppose the killing of journalists: “I hate some of these people, but I would never kill them.”

36. Find great generals — like the next Gen. Patton or Gen. MacArthur — and do not allow them to go onto television news shows to explain their military strategy: “I don’t want my generals being interviewed, I want my generals kicking a–.” Trump likes generals who are rough, foul-mouthed and beloved by their troops.

37. Drop that “dirty, rotten traitor” Bowe Bergdahl out of an airplane into desolate Afghanistan without a parachute.

38. Fire “the corrupt and incompetent” leaders of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and dramatically reform the agency. Allow veterans to take their military identification card to any medical facility that accepts Medicaid patients to receive care. Embed satellite VA clinics in rural hospitals and underserved areas, and ensure than every VA hospital is permanently staffed with OBGYN doctors.

39. Invest more heavily in programs that help military veterans transition back to civilian life, including job training and placement services. Also increase funding for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injuries and mental health issues. Veterans who apply for a job at a VA facility will have five points added to their qualifying scores.

40. Bring back jobs from China — and Mexico, Japan and elsewhere.

41. “I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created.” Trump says cities like Reno, Nev., will “be a big fat beautiful beneficiary” of these new jobs.

42. Students at Wofford College in South Carolina, where Trump attended a town hall, will all have jobs at graduation.

43. Aggressively challenge China’s power in the world by declaring the country a currency manipulator, adopting a “zero tolerance policy on intellectual property theft and forced technology transfer” and cracking down on China’s “lax labor and environmental standards.”

44. Rather than throw the Chinese president a state dinner, buy him “a McDonald’s hamburger and say we’ve got to get down to work.”

45. Replace “free trade” with “fair trade.” Gather together the “smartest negotiators in the world,” assign them each a country and renegotiate all foreign trade deals.

46. Put billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn in charge of trade negotiations with China and Japan, and pick an ambassador to Japan who is “a killer,” unlike the current ambassador, Caroline Kennedy.

47. Tell Ford Motor Co.’s president that unless he cancels plans to build a massive plant in Mexico, the company will face a 35 percent tax on cars imported back into the United States. Trump is confident he can get this done before taking office. (Last year he incorrectly said this had already happened.)

48. Force Nabisco to once again make Oreos in the United States. And bully Apple into making its “damn computers” and other products here.

49. Impose new taxes on many imports into the country. Numbers thrown around have included 32 percent, 34 percent and 35 percent.

50. Grow the nation’s economy by at least 6 percent.

51. Reduce the $18 trillion national debt by “vigorously eliminating waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government, ending redundant government programs and growing the economy to increase tax revenues.”

52. Cut the budget by 20 percent by simply renegotiating.

53. Get rid of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

54. Simplify the U.S. tax code and reduce the number of tax brackets from seven to four. The highest earners would pay a 25-percent tax. The corporate tax rate would fall to 15 percent. Eliminate the “marriage penalty” for taxpayers and get rid of the alternate minimum tax.

55. No longer charge income tax to single individuals earning less than $25,000 per year or couples earning less than $50,000. These people will, however, be required to file a one-page form with the Internal Revenue Service that states: “I win.”

56. Ensure that Americans can still afford to golf.

57. Allow corporations a one-time window to transfer money being held overseas, charging a much-reduced 10 percent tax.

58. Get rid of most corporate tax loopholes or incentives, but continue to allow taxpayers to deduct mortgage interest and charitable donations from their taxes.

59. On his first day in office, Trump would get rid of gun-free zones at military bases and in schools.

60. Use “common sense” to fix the mental health system and prevent mass shootings. Find ways to arm more of the “good guys” like him who can take out the “sickos.” Get rid of bans on certain types of guns and magazines so that “good, honest people” can own the guns of their choice.

61. Impose a minimum sentence of five years in federal prison for any violent felon who commits a crime using a gun, with no chance for parole or early release.

62. Fix the background check system used when purchasing guns to ensure states are properly uploading criminal and health records.

63. Allow concealed-carry permits to be recognized in all 50 states.

64. Sign an executive order calling for the death penalty for anyone found guilty of killing a police officer.

65. Provide more funding for police training.

66. And provide more funding for drug treatment, especially for heroin addicts.

67. On the first day in office, terminate President Obama’s executive orders related to immigration. This includes getting rid of “sanctuary cities” that Trump says have become refuges for criminals.
68. Deport the almost 11 million immigrants illegally living in the United States.

69. Triple the number of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

70. Continue to allow lowly paid foreign workers to come to the United States on temporary works visas because Trump says they are the only ones who want to pick grapes.

71. End birthright citizenship.

72. Say things that are politically incorrect, because the country does not have time to waste with political correctness.

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* Pulled off the EPA.com website. 

**NBC News: http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/obamacare-helped-10-million-get-insurance-gallup-finds-n78446

*** Fact Check.org: http://www.factcheck.org/2011/04/planned-parenthood/

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