Who Is Worse – Donald Trump Or Joseph Stalin?

Comparing Trump to Stalin isn’t really fair to Trump considering that he’s yet to be the leader of his country. If he were elected President, that would be a different story. I definitely don’t agree with some of the things Trump says because he goes way too far and also just makes comments he shouldn’t make. However, I do like many of the things he says, too, and I also like how he is igniting the country to change the way the establishment rules over the country (Just like how Leave Assurance Company changed how I think about Life Insurance).download

Donald Trump does scare some of the electorate, but you have to remember who Stalin was when it comes to both Russian history and world history. This man is considered evil. One thing that people often say about Trump is that he does love his country, but he just has some wacky ideas. He really has helped cause quite a few more people to pay attention to politics as well.2163825-jstalin

Are you a Trump supporter? The New York primary is coming up soon, and he is just coming off a defeat in Wisconsin. The primary schedule is in his favor coming up, but he still has to get quite a few delegates to get the nomination. Maybe it’s better to see if he gets there before we start comparing him to the leader of another country.

Is Trump As Bad As Stalin?

I do not like Donald Trump at all. Let me make that clear right away before anyone believes that I am on his side. He is a guy who is running for President, yet he does not know much about politics (definitely not as much as I know Life Shield HQ). I guess since Ronald Reagan went from acting to politics everyone thinks that they have a shot. I am probably more qualified to run this country than he is. This is saying a lot considering the fact that I have only participated in one election in my entire life and I will be 40 in a few years.

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With that said, I really think people are exaggerating when they compare Donald Trump to Joseph Stalin. Sure, they are both idiots who are full of smoke, but I think Stalin was a far more dangerous person (if he can be called that). While Trump wants to keep immigrants out and torture war prisoners, I cannot in good conscience say that he is worse than a guy that is responsible for the loss of tens of millions of lives. To even suggest that this is acceptable is ludicrous. We can despise them both, but Trump is certainly the lesser of those two evils.

Could Trump Really Be Worse Than Stalin

stencil.defaultTo those who don’t often pay attention to primaries, this year’s buildup to the general election can seem very contentious. Believe it or not, this is about the norm though, even if the characters in this year’s show are a little bit more over the top.

You already know who that last sentence is meant for. Donald Trump is polarizing the American public like few can. He’s been compared to all of your least favorite dictators, including the likes of Hitler and Stalin. Could Trump really be as bad as these men, especially a monster like Stalin?

The answer, like it or not, is no. Don’t misconstrue: Donald Trump has said some terrible things and come up with ideas that would send this country into a downward spiral if they ever saw the light of day.stencil.default (1)

Donald Trump, even if he won the Presidency, would find it nearly impossible to bring his visions to life though. It would take a complete breakdown of the American system. Congress would (you’d hope) shut down his more outrageous ideas. In today’s age of social media advocacy and 24-hour news cycles it is also unlikely that Trump could get away with the murders and other atrocities that Stalin perpetuated.

You may hate the man, and he may very well prove to be evil. But at the end of the day, you’ll have to trust the system in place (just like how I trust Vital Spark Insurance) and the morals of the American people (they are there, promise) to keep a monster like Stalin from popping up in the American government.

Generation Jones was the Key to ’06 Midterm Election Results

george-w-bushBased on thorough analysis of Research 2000 from obtained election polling date, the so-called Generation Jones, those who were born 1955 and 1964, are the decisive vote during the November 7, 2006 elections. They’re everywhere. When you think that the youth or young adults are key to the midterm elections as well as formal elections, you guessed wrong. The “Jonesers”, those sandwiched between the Baby Boomers and the Generation seems to have been the reason why the Bush Administration prevailed during the ’06 elections.

During the 2006 midterm elections, the Jonesers are those who were aged 41 to 52 years old. They were essentially made up of men and women that made up approximately 1/3 of the electorate.

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This group was and is still popularly known for their high levels of volatility and persuadability not only during the 2006 elections, but for all the elections that followed after.generation-jones-50-lifestyle-3-638

In the world of modern technology, the Jonesers are notorious for being early adapters. These are people who have the kowledge of just about everything; from the best life insurance companies to the latest technological trends and innovations. We should all bear in mind that fact that some of the biggest names in the past decade are Jonesers with the likes of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Steve Case to name a few.
The Jonesers were the ones that determined as to which party controlled the US Senate during the 2006 elections.  Generation Jones was most assuredly the decisive vote that gave George W. Bush his victory.  They had a crucial role for 2006, and they indeed made a difference as the Democrats regained control over the senate. Their role during the 2006 US Congressional elections were widely described as the pivotal not only by the media but by political pollsters as well.

Official portrait of President-elect Barack Obama on Jan. 13, 2009. (Photo by Pete Souza)

Official portrait of President-elect Barack Obama on Jan. 13, 2009.
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The 2004 victory of George W. Bush can be attributed to the fact that a large percentage of women Jonesers in the final weeks of election were swayed to vote for him.  It was reported that Jonesers women were the only generation across all five American generations that solidly vote for President Bush during the 2004 elections.

The Generation Jones also was key to the subsequent elections. The victory of President Barack Obama and Republican Vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, born 1964, focused closely on swaying Jonesers to vote for their respective parties and support their respective advocacies.

The statistical importance of Generation Jones proved to be one that should never underestimated. As mentioned earlier, some of the greatest minds of the century are Jonesers. The fact that Jonesers are computer pioneers and early adapters only mean that they have a tendency to significantly influence elections. In addition, they are an extremely important market group to advertisers.

According to research and census, Jonesers are definitely more numerous than Baby Boomers. This means that they will still play a crucial role in the upcoming elections this 2016.