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The group mainly about American politics so if you have an interest into this you are allowed to submit art about American politics. Occasionally I will create debates by using the blog.

Rules for posting art:
1. It must be yours.
2. The artist must put it to the folder that he/she has political views in.
3. It must be about politics.

Note: There is an issue with uploading art to just ask me if you want to upload art and I will request it for you to accept.

Guidelines for the debates:
1. Bad language is not encouraged. We want to keep this as clean as possible.
2. Try no to hate on other users, example: "You fascist fool! You have no life!" If you have no evidence that he has no life and you keep saying that then you are a hater.
3. Try not to just disagree with something and leave it with that, when typing a comment add details on why you disagree with it. Example: "I disagree with liberals because...."
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Donald Trump was supposed to walk onstage in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, deliver four pages of prepared remarks to announce that he is running for president, give the crowd a wave, and smile.

It didn’t quite happen that way.

Instead, after descending into the lobby on an escalator with wife Melania, Trump took the stage Tuesday and immediately veered off script, diving into a rambling speech that bore little resemblance to the one that had been emailed to reporters.  

Still, the simple announcement that the self-promoting businessman is entering the 2016 GOP primary field was the most stunning part. Although Trump has made noises about running in past elections, spent months this time hiring staff, traveling to early voting states and going through the motions of mounting a campaign, few people believed he would actually go through with it.  

“We need someone who can take the brand of the United States and make it great again,” Trump said. “I am running for president of the United States, and we will make America great again.”

Even The Donald himself seemed like he couldn’t quite believe it.  

“All of these politicians that I’m running against now — it’s so nice to say, ‘I’m running,’ not ‘If I run,’” he reflected, interrupting his own remarks.

Should Trump mount an even halfway serious campaign for the presidency, his candidacy could have significant implications on the Republican nominating process.  

Trump has said he will self-fund his candidacy, for example, which would allow him to remain in the race without courting big donors, at least until the first Republican debate in August.

“I’m really rich,” he reminded the crowd.

Only the top 10 GOP candidates in national polling will be invited onto that main debate stage (though the host, Fox News, has added a second forum for those who don’t make the cut). If it were held today, Trump would make it onstage — and Carly Fiorina, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich would not.

On Tuesday, Trump gave party members a preview of what they might expect of their newest candidate for president.

He criticized Obamacare and in particular the website, saying, “I have so many websites all over the place.”

He promised to “build a great wall” along the southern border of the U.S. to stem illegal immigration from Mexico — “and no one builds walls better than me, believe me,” Trump added. “I will do it very inexpensively. I will have Mexico pay for that wall.”

He cautioned that President Obama should not strike a nuclear deal with Iran (“If he makes that deal, Israel maybe won't exist very long”) and he warned against the global influence of China, sort of: “I’m not saying they’re stupid. I like China. I just sold an apartment for $15 million to somebody from China. Am I supposed to dislike them?”

Trump’s announcement speech cut a stark contrast with the campaign launch one day earlier by Jeb Bush, one of the frontrunners in the GOP race. Taking advantage of the timing, the Democratic National Committee released a tongue-in-cheek statement welcoming Trump’s “much-needed seriousness.”  

“Today, Donald Trump became the second major Republican candidate to announce for president in two days,” said DNC press secretary Holly Shulman. “He adds some much-needed seriousness that has previously been lacking from the GOP field, and we look forward hearing more about his ideas for the nation.”

Trump took advantage of that timing, too, attacking Bush for his support of the Common Core education standards.

“I don’t see how he can get the nomination,” Trump said. “How the hell do you vote for this guy?”

Some observers might be asking the same question about the real estate mogul and reality TV show star. There are many questions surrounding Trump’s candidacy, including whether he will file the necessary personal financial disclosures with the Federal Election Commission. On Tuesday, Trump said he will release a financial summary that puts his net worth at around $9 billion, although a similar summary put out by him in 2011 included a valuation of his “brand” at $3 billion. (And Forbes put his net worth at closer to $4.1 billion on Tuesday.)He also promised to file paperwork with the FEC, and said he will not need any extensions. He must do so prior to the first Republican debate in order to participate.

Either way, Trump will head to the key early voting states this week to kick off his Oval Office bid – which promises to be one of the more unpredictable and zany of this election cycle, if Tuesday’s speech was any indicator.

“Sadly, the American dream is dead,” Trump concluded. “But if I become president I will bring it back, bigger and better and stronger than ever before.”

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PolymerWantACracker Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2016  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, question. There's something I'd like to submit, but it doesn't pertain to any ideology in particular; it just features a bunch of the 2016 presidential candidates. What folder should it go in? (I'm a liberal, but I don't think it really has any liberal slant.)
Kajm Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Josiah-Shockency-JCS Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
I got proofs of political cartooning. See for yourself: josiah-shockency-jcs.deviantar…
ConservativePip Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
believe it or not there are people who deny The Holocaust or Jesus Christ despite the evidence and massive amount of rhetoric of their existence. They may as well deny that the pile of horse manure they stare at is horse manure and claim it's a pile of fresh scented strawberry ice cream in a silver bowl despite the massive assault on their nose and eyes that suggest otherwise -NC-17 San
Kajm Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I forget: is there any rule about blocking people from commenting? 'americandreamer' blocked me on my very first comment on any of his works. When I saw his piece today I almost voted it down, just for that reason.
Kajm Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Oh do I Hate that! I went to click 'NO' and hit 'yes.' *sigh* he's quite right to use 'pinhead' in his handle.
Phoenix-Galaxy1010 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2015
Thank you for the request, I'm honored.^^
Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I don't know if you folks know, but :iconorderofthenewworld: is censoring people who disagree with him rather than permitting civil debate. I did not attack him personally, I did not use profanity and I did not insult.

I asked him to cite his sources, so he censored me, blocking me.
OddGarfield Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015  Student Interface Designer
I knew, he did it to me when I started to debate his theory of the Confederate cultural body being "racist white trash".
Gerszewski Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015
I spoke with him, too. He's not capable of argumentation, he's just spreading his own ideas like universal truth.
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