Who Won the Debate? Attacks on Donald Trump Help Marco Rubio More – The New York Times “?Quien gano el debate? Los ataques a Trump ayudan mas a Marco Rubio”

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Last night Trump was shown as what he has always been, a red-faced, blond clown that is entertaining to watch and listen, but a ridiculous choice to elect as a ruler of the most powerful nation in the world. I do not know what took so long for someone to start publicly speaking about his past history of deceit and blunders. A man who speaks in grandiose, vague plans that clearly suggest totalitarian rule of a strong man, the kind of ruler the US government often criticise in foreign countries (especially when not cooperating with US interests). Some of Rubio’s remarks were funny and informative: like saying that if Trump would not have inherited 200 million, he would be selling watches in Manhattan; “Trump University” was a series of real-estate workshops that lead to millions of dollars in lawsuits against, some from the government; that he constructed Trump Tower using cheaper Polish immigrants, also leading to government lawsuits – these were the cream of the crop. The big question is, how come million of Americans have entertained the idea of having such a man be included in debates of serious issues of the day? The real problem is not Trump, it is those million of Americans who clearly disagree with the ideas that supposedly the US defended during armed conflicts. Conflicts in which millions of young men and women died, some without a choice, like the ones that were drafted under threat of ruining their chances of having a productive future. That includes this writer.

Ayer noche, Trump demostró lo que siempre ha sido, un cara roja, payaso rubio que es entretenido para ver y escuchar, sino fuera candidato de elección. Seria Un ridículo como gobernante de la nación más poderosa del mundo. No sé que tomó tanto tiempo para que alguien empezara a hablar públicamente sobre su pasado, historia de engaños y equivocaciones. Un hombre que habla de planes grandiosos, vagos, que sugieren claramente un régimen totalitario de un hombre fuerte, el tipo de gobernante de gobierno que Estados Unidos a menudo critica en países extranjeros (sobre todo cuando no quieren cooperar con los intereses de E.U.) Algunas de las declaraciones de Rubio eran divertidas e informativas: como decir que si Trump no habría heredado 200 millones, que sería vendedor de relojes en Manhattan; “Trump University” fue una serie de talleres de bienes y raíces que condujeron a millones de dólares en demandas contra el, algunos del del gobierno; que construyó “Trump Tower” usando los más baratos inmigrantes polacos, también provocando a acciones legales del gobierno – estos comentarios fueron la crema de la cosecha. La gran pregunta es, ¿cómo es que millones de americanos han contemplado la idea de tener un hombre así para incluirlo en los debates de cuestiones graves problemas de la época? El problema real no es Trump, es los millones de estadounidenses que claramente no están de acuerdo con las ideas que supuestamente los Estados Unidos defendieron durante los conflictos armados. Conflictos en los que millones de hombres y mujeres jóvenes murieron, algunos de ellos sin una elección, como los que fueron reclutados bajo la amenaza de arruinar sus posibilidades de tener un futuro productivo. Eso incluye a este escritor.

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I love media and communication, as well as digital technology. I write and speak fluently in Spanish and English. I was born in New York, but was sent to Puerto Rico at an early age, where I lived until drafted by the U.S. army. Upon returning from an honorable discharge, I found Puerto Rico small and limited at the time. I moved to Boston where I pursued musical studies and later worked as a musician, teacher, and speech-pathologist in New York. I am currently still interested in world politics, social justice, and income inequality. Health and wellness are essential to survive and thrive. I am working on patience and skills necessary to keep learning.

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