Chet Ruminski Wrote: Trump is giving us an unprecedented look at Billionaires and what to expect from them. His smug revelations highlight good business practices taking full advantage of situations. No wonder the 2008 meltdown happened. Business taking opportunistic advantage. Trump is all about himself and that isn't going to change. He will say anything to get his way and that is evident from his contradictions about his own policies. Whatever his plans are for becoming President they don't have any benefit for anybody but himself. Bragging about bankruptcies and zero income tax liabilities should warn his supporters that he is all about himself. His biggest deal is the Presidency and his actions as President won't be laws suits, it will be wars. Disillusioned partners won't cower to billionaire power, they will retaliate with force.
Chet, I don't know if you ever looked at the program on TV on how the "rich" live. It shows that they absolutely don't know what to do with their money. Just like Trump having an "gold" plated apartment of which I did put pictures on the site. What good does that do; does the wine taste different from an gold plated glass or just glass? Some of them have garages which are decorated with the most expensive marble and inlaid floors, just like the "car" knows the difference. But even then so it is never enough for those types, ask Trump; he's there only for himself, just about like any billionaire. May I puke?
The countries of the world are up in arms about commercial fishery trawling. Huge trawls pulled by huge ships. IUnbelievably efficient at scooping up all the fish, depleting resources and jobs. No different than billionaires in business. They have the power to influence deals and laws and make laws. They should be regulated just as they are trying to regulate trawls.