QuoteOriginally posted by: exneratunriskQuoteOriginally posted by: ppauperQuoteOriginally posted by: daveangelQuoteOriginally posted by: exneratunriskMy impression (from remote): it seems, it doesn't need much intelligence to become a real estate billionaire - but the US president???the donald keeps reminding everyone how intelligent he is - he went to business school and everything.lol, it's not the fact that he's a businessman people object to, it's the fact that he's not a RINO.Look at Carly Fiorina who regularly makes lists of the worst CEOs of all time and yet the establishment loves herSteve Forbes, Romney and Romney's fatherNelson Rockefeller who ran in 1960, 1964, and 1968 and was Ford's VP, back when RINOs were known as Rockefeller Republicansand as for intelligence, I'm not sure there's much correlation between being smart and being a good president, but dollars to donuts Trump's IQ is not the lowest in the field(as said earlier), I'm not sure IQ says much about intelligence (I rather think this idea must retire) -- but maybe I mistake integral intelligence with business intelligence? I got the impression some republican-party leaders were quite embarrassed after the show -- but that's maybe filtered by our media.I think it was your mediaThe debate was absurd. The other candidates were given serious questions while Trump was given "is it true you call women fat pigs"Carly was in the junior debate, but she could have been asked "you are regularly named as one of the worst CEOs i history, why would we expect you to be any better as a president than you were as a CEO".Jeb coiuld have been asked "is it true you care even less about blacks than your brother"
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