April 11, 2011 at 1:34 pm #1842
These people never seem to learn. Like Mark McGrath, a very competent, level-headed player who stupidly vowed to his team he would take the fall if they lost. So what happens – that nutjob Gary Busey gets to stay!
I wish they would instantly play back the tape to Busey to call him on these incidents he claims never happened.
I think Team Backbone lost a good one in Mark.
You have to know how Trump operates to stay in the game.
I felt Backbone’s display far outdid ASAP’s which was bland and dullsville. But again, you must stay true to what the company wants.April 11, 2011 at 1:56 pm #22692
I am now 100% convinced that Trump only fires the people he feels are expendable, according to the ratings, and keeps the ones who will create the most controversy and dislike. That started way back with Omorosa. She should have been fired at the very beginning…same thing with Gary. He should have been fired three shows ago.
What do they have to do to get Bussey fired, whack Donald over the head with him (not completely a bad idea!)? Disgusting, totally and completely disgusting. I wonder if Trump (very much like our very own Days’ writers) thinks we have the collective IQ of turnip? He is more than insulting my intelligence.
And again, I knew that ASAP was going to win because of all the negativity they surrounded them with during the prepreation stage. Come on, Donald, how many times can you do stuff like that and not have us "catch on" to what you’re doing? Bah! Fie!April 11, 2011 at 5:48 pm #22705
the last year of Appr. – and yes, every thing on t.v. is done for either ratings or votes from Washington D.C. to Saturday morning cartoons…April 11, 2011 at 7:05 pm #22707
he wouldn’t be able to do the show anyway. I can just see it…tune in Sunday night for Celebrity Chief of Staff! :o)April 11, 2011 at 7:51 pm #22712
of the show, which is good, he honors his commitments…He is a consummate business person though, I’m not necessarily for him, but anyone that can make the USA money instead of spending trillions of our tax dollars, tells China to go to blazes, brings our troops home and secure our land, wants to have business and manufacturing jobs come back to the USA and put American’s back to work, the way it used to be and wants to make our country the greatest once again has got my attention. And I’d rather see the Donald as Celebrity in Chief once a week on at prime Sunday night, than someone else who is so narcissistic and in love with themselves that they have to be on t.v. four times a day (interrupting my soap BTW), and saying we are just like all other countries (NOT!) or golfing or vacationing instead of working and taking our taxes away, but that’s just me and MHO – I could be wrong…April 11, 2011 at 8:50 pm #22720PattiParticipant
remember the "old" song, "Ain’t We Got Fun?" …. "the rich get richer and the poor get poorer," ….. I don’t care how much he offers on the air about his charitable contributions, I don’t believe it for a minute, and I would hope the citizens of this great country would never vote for that unless he promised to personally alleviate the national debt and then, like no other politician before him, did exactly what he said he would do. Yeah, like that’s gonna’ happen.
By the way, I missed the show this week. Who went home?April 11, 2011 at 10:08 pm #22728
I saw him on Fox. This guy surprised me with his passion and handle on issues, domestic and abroad. I’m willing to hear more. As a candidate Obama hammered on about the outrageous national debt. Hmm, when was the last time he mentioned it? Meanwhile we’re at 14 trillion now.April 12, 2011 at 11:40 am #22735
The only reasoning is because he had previously mentioned if they lost, it would be his responsibility as PM. Never, never, never, should have been him. The show is definitely "fixed."April 12, 2011 at 7:53 pm #22756
That’s where I saw him also, when he mention all the things he would do to bring country back, something, not many else talk about (including pretender in chief), I don’t know if I’d vote for him, but he definately perked up my ears at his ideas and his passion. Most of the rest of the politicians just hem and haw at ideas, where he’s a business man and has made billions, and I think from what he said, he wants the rest of America to be prosperous again and quit giving it to all the other countries…America people first and foremost – instead of a one-world gov. where we’re just another third world country in it.April 12, 2011 at 8:23 pm #22757
Although Ross Perot talked a pretty good game and it didn’t get him very far. But if Trump can do for the country what he’s done for HIS business, he’s got my vote. The only problem is, Obama talked a good game too but couldn’t deliver anything. IMH, he’s been a dismal failure.April 12, 2011 at 9:53 pm #22760
before he even gets started is he can alienate people with his biting tongue. Already he’s causing controversy over comments about using his treasure chest to ferret out Obama’s birth certificate. I am all but convinced Obama was not born a US citizen; no certificate has ever been produced, plus based on comments from some of his relatives.April 13, 2011 at 1:42 am #22766
EOMApril 13, 2011 at 1:46 am #22767
Soros (because he was born in Hungary) and cannot control USA legally.April 13, 2011 at 1:46 am #22768
Soros (because he was born in Hungary) and cannot control USA legally.April 13, 2011 at 11:29 am #22775PattiParticipant
the next thing you’ll be telling us is that you can see Hungary from your house.
I’m begging you, ladies, please let’s not continue this "Celebrity Apprentice" topic with unproven political opinions some of you may have about the President of the United States before somebody explodes on somebody else’s ass and Jenn has to step in. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this is no place to discuss peoples’ political views. We’re all pretty close on this board, but let’s not go overboard here, or someone is going to say something that’s going to instigate a huge political argument, and you know what they say about never arguing over religion or politics.
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