November 12, 2016

What Trump means for Millennials

Lauren SouthernRebel Commentator
 

Donald Trump’s election is a turning point in American history. 

He is a populist, a man for the people, not for Wall Street, the media or the establishment.

He beat Republican records with his wins of states like Michigan, and votes from minorities that even exceeded Romney’s.

One group is not having it, and that is Millennials. They hate Trump.

Little do they know, Trump is not what they want, but most definitely what they need.

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commented 2016-11-15 20:07:46 -0500
@nnaumbua FARRELL…that link to ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone as a mock lament to Hillary loosing is priceless….mind if I use it?………:-)
commented 2016-11-13 21:13:07 -0500
Millennials—Neville Chamberlain who negotiated with Hitler and came out looking like a fool has been criticized by History for being a weak person. Can anyone imagine if one of these snowflake
millennials had to negotiate with someone strong like Hitler? They would ask Hitler if he had a safe-room. Chamberlain would be called an Iron-fisted negotiator compared to them.
commented 2016-11-13 09:38:38 -0500
Millennials; The brat generation or the Me First Generation or The Entitlement Generation. Everything handed to them and never happy. If they don’t get what they want change the rules so they win. I don’t like it so change and if you dont look out. Which is what we are seeing now. riots burning other peoples property. Breaking into businesses and stealing. Now 1 shot. doesn’t matter which side they were on. This is not Democracy this is Fascism. No matter who wins in an election you have to respect the system or society will collapse. The Obama’s know this and were gracious about the election. no problems at all ,they welcomed Trump in the white house and his wife. The rioters should watch and take note .
commented 2016-11-13 08:06:46 -0500
Shebel Raj says,“I don’t like new computers any more than I like new people.” LMAO! You made my morning.
commented 2016-11-12 23:26:46 -0500
Re: Trump is all theater.
Centrist, the proof will be in the pudding. Stay alert.
commented 2016-11-12 23:06:47 -0500
Anyway—- This is the way it is—-
commented 2016-11-12 22:27:26 -0500
I think Trump KNOWS how money works and this is why the Lefties Fear him. He is just not buying into the agenda of SCREWING the People. Collecting and Disposal of garbage —has never been that contentious despite the fact that Everybody knows it is controlled by the Mafia. They are not exactly environmentally concerned. Pipelines for Oil—- is International. It is big business. I think that Trump is just the Man—- to actually CARE about America.
commented 2016-11-12 22:09:11 -0500
That is not the song that I meant. To hell with it. I don’t like new computers any more than I like new people.
commented 2016-11-12 22:05:49 -0500
Hey Chaisson who’s worse, Soros or the Koch brothers? I’ll take money makers over commie money takers any day of the week.
Keystone isn’t going to cost the taxpayer a dime and will provide jobs, tax revenue and a way to get our product to tide water. Why would TransCanada , the Canadian company bankrolling Keystone XL, bother building it if they weren’t going to make money?
The Koch brothers have absolutely no financial stake in the Keystone pipeline, neither in its design, construction, as a shipper or as a customer of the oil that is going to flow through it. They do however hold many leases in the Canadian oil patch and make a lot of money with other pipelines, so it stands to reason that a flourishing oil and gas industry is something they would support.
Making money and consequently having people /companies make money is a good thing not a bad or dirty thing. I hope millennials pay attention to the expansion of their opportunities under a Trump administration.
commented 2016-11-12 20:49:56 -0500
What does Trump mean for—- us olde fogies? We have seen it all before. What it means for me - and it means a lot— Is to watch and enjoy- a youngster like Lauren S -— Kick Ass.
commented 2016-11-12 20:35:59 -0500
Lauren, not so sure many of these millennials will be taking your advice – they are too wrapped up in the whole situation where they pride themselves in being simple minded – that is the goal of the Libtard movement is to have followers so sensitive to any reality that any form of normalcy is a trigger point to reject any rational thought procedure. Too many have embraced the Zombie culture – and – well we know how that always turns out. We have too many people like this DH chassion libtard who hunger for bullshit – so they don’t have to face reality or common sense. Their whole being is a function of being master of nothing other than what they are told. Idiots are as idiots be.
commented 2016-11-12 20:32:22 -0500
Actually , The guys that pick up the garbage and clean the sewers - control YOU—Mr. Politician
Every politician knows this .
So does every journalist—- You just can’t say it.
commented 2016-11-12 19:48:53 -0500
It is not called anything . You can’t put a label on it. Maybe you can. It is called Democracy. This should be a WAKE-UP call for all you dumb fuckers that always thought you were smarter than the slobs, that clean the sewers. You are NOT
commented 2016-11-12 19:29:38 -0500
Let’s assume for the sake of argument that you’re right DH. So what? It shouldn’t be built because it will make the Koch brothers richer? Is that what you’re saying DH? Yes or no.
commented 2016-11-12 19:26:17 -0500
Please explain DH.
commented 2016-11-12 19:15:37 -0500
It’s called the make koch brothers filthier rich pipeline.
commented 2016-11-12 18:58:31 -0500
And the question still stands about whether or not you (like Trump) support the job creating construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Yes or No DH?
commented 2016-11-12 18:53:01 -0500
Oh please. But but, Republicans too! Yeah I know that Bush and Clinton were two sides of the same coin DH. They represented the Neo Con Saudi loving establishment of both parties. Trump is not in their camp which is why both Republicans and Democrats opposed him.
commented 2016-11-12 18:41:35 -0500
@nnaumbua the saudi’s biggest champion was Pres. Bush who flew them all to safety after 9/11 and then caressed their friendship by classifying 28 pages of their involvement in the same attacks.
commented 2016-11-12 18:34:39 -0500
There are many different reasons Trump won. I for one believe a big reason was: millennials. Yes we still have the cry babies, but as Milo commented the other day the numbers of cry babies at his events are dwindling. Here’s why: Around 6-8 years ago as Obummers presidency kicked into high gear getting a gender studies degree or human rights degree was, for a time, a bit of a growth industry with many big businesses and of course ALL government departments hiring the ‘human resource’ types to look progressive and PC. However businesses kept moving and belt tightening, governments could only hire so many (but it was many) and suddenly the 18 year old in 2008 is 26 staring 30 in the face with the gender studies degree, $80,000 in debt and still living at home or with 3 roommates and working a joe job with no prospects. These people also voted heavily for Prime Minister Zoolander, but he hasn’t provided the fake jobs for life and thus why they turned their backs on him at a speaking event a week or so ago.
commented 2016-11-12 18:11:33 -0500
I don’t know about you guys, but I was sure looking forward to hearing this for the last 30 minutes of my life while desperately trying to seek shelter…
commented 2016-11-12 18:05:13 -0500
Sniff, Sniff. The Saudis lost their proxy warrior and we likely won’t have WWIII. We must riot because love and tolerance or something. It’s not fair…
commented 2016-11-12 18:01:28 -0500
Sure Centrist Retardian, you are just smarter than everyone else. Keep telling yourself that. We know a fool when we see one. You fucking Liberals can’t stand to admit that someone other than your choosing won and is no in charge. Suck it up loser.
commented 2016-11-12 17:56:52 -0500
I never post anything one way or the other. Every time I do. As many as 10 people comment on my comments (because they don’t have their own) and resort to infantile mother insults, calling me cuck, SJW, libtard, and retard even though I never identified myself as such. Anyway I’m sure you all you fanboys want to believe that Donald Trump is an anti establishment rebel but the cold hard fact is it’s all theater. It’s as fake as pro-wrestling. The status quo is still intact. None of you get that because you’re brains edit out data that doesn’t validate the you’re opinions and makes a greatest hits album of snatches of information that suits you’re bias.

I just try to be above that.
commented 2016-11-12 17:44:27 -0500
I’d call Trump’s win just like Reagan’s.

He won disenchanted white Democrats who were betrayed by their own party. We’ll call them Trump Democrats from now on.

Millennials will favour Trump in the end. He will show them how to grow up.
commented 2016-11-12 17:36:29 -0500
(correction of spelling)

Donald Trump just cuts the promos. It’s still the same old party of Rebloodlicans. The Democrips and Rebloodlicans do not really hate each other. Everything you see just just theater. Nothing changed. It stays the same.