Growing up you probably heard many "what if" statements. These are not childish lines nor is this a youthful list of what if statements.You can decide the answer to the "what if" should it be different than what I propose in this "what if" list.
What if Donald Trump decides to join in the political race and run for president? Since the Donald has not ultimately decided to actually say he is going to be a candidate for the 2012, it is anyone's guess to this what if. He was asked early in the year if he was well liked for the election of the office of the president in a poll in New Hampshire. Those results spurred the Donald to send out some feelers to see how popular that idea would be with all of Americans. Then with the popularity he achieved he said he might think about running. After his show finished the season, he announced he would run and quickly removed his name stating he could not run a country and his business too. He chose his business over the presidency.
What if Donald Trump does determine he will be a candidate for the up and coming 2012 presidential race, will he be a democrat? Since he has said publically that he is more a Republican than a Democrat, he probably will not be on the Democratic ticket. Will Donald choose the Republican party ticket to try to win the presidential election? My thoughts are if he does that, he could possibly take votes away from at least 3 of the contenders who are in the committed race already. That could very likely give Obama another chance at being in office for another 4 years with the straying of votes from those top tier hopefuls. Will the Donald go on the third party ticket?
In all the years I have been a registered voter, which is ever since I became of age to vote, I have always voted. I have never been polled either on the phone or by mail as to what my opinion is about up and coming elections. Have you ever been polled? My point here is very precise. Not many people I ever talk to have been polled about their opinion either. How legitimate are the polls if you, me and many of the people we know have never or rarely been polled? What if the polls are just a set up to encourage people to be steered a certain way? What if polls are a tool to manipulate people into thinking a certain way by seeing how popular a candidate is?
There are only two candidates in the 2012 presidential race who are veterans of the military. One is Ron Paul, the congressman from Texas and an out spoken man for the Constitution of the United States of America. Ron Paul was in the Air Force, became a doctor, went into private practice, left his practice for a congressional seat because his constituants encouraged him to run for that seat.Was re-elected, but then left congress to build his medical practice only to return to congress once again becasue he was so liked and needed in that political congressional seat. What if we could have a veteran back in the White House that actually saluted and valued our armed forces; Ron Paul is a veteran? Ron Paul loves America and the Constitution too.
What if there are so many wars going on involving the United States that take an insurmountable amount of money to fund? Those wars that the United States of America gets involved into forces Americans to go into a double dip depression. From there, so much more government money will be needed to keep those wars funded,what if food shortages are mentioned as a result of the government mis-management of money? What if people get FED UP? What if people HAVE IT UP TO THEIR EYE BALLS? What if a state of Emergency is declared because some people are not going to be controlled as told by authorities? What if the government decides to do whatever they think is right for Americans and not allow people to think for themselves?
Add your own "what if". I am sure you have thought about a "what if" lately, haven't you?
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