Donald Trump has always been my favorite "ahh fuck everything, let's troll bitches" choice for President. I always leave that option open for the event that I am told I have advanced pancreatic cancer, as well as AIDS, ZIKA, and Ebola and I also happen to just be in a pissy mood because my house burned down, dog died, and no longer give a fuck about anything anymore. Or maybe just for the lulz. Okay, so... the Donald wants to rape all Mexicans, ban tacos, and force everyone to eat bacon at the border. Does that really make him a bad candidate? Be fair now, TAL. Then there's the possibility of a Trump/Palin ticket. If that happens, even the janitor at CNN will be driving a Porche. He's clearly a viable choice and I used to think that Libfags are idiots for not considering a vote for Trump. But what really changed my thinking is the issue of Apple vs. the FBI. People who side with the Government on this are either ignorant or dated Ray Rice too long. This has really pointed out the people who buy into complete bullshit. I would bet money that if I searched their garages I would find it full of QVC items and a Pocket Fisherman. Apparently Trump found all of these people and is now leading them in a boycott of Apple (due to some confusion, several orchards went out of business). Here's the run-down on why this matters: The FBI wants to, in the name of national security of course, have the ability to modify device OS updates, cryptographically sign them as legitimate, and have them forced into our devices. These days that includes our phones, cameras, PCs, smart TVs, home security camera systems, newer cars, and even your Fitbit. If the FBI wins, then the FISC (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court) will be obliged to hand these powers off to the NSA. Remember, the FISC are the secret courts that rubber-stamped PRISM. They operate under impunity and lack any public oversight. If you know anything about how the CIA, along with their patsy DEA, have behaved in the past (i.e. Iran-Contra and running tons of crack into the US to pay guerrillas off the books) then you have a good idea of why Apple is doing what's right for Americans by not trusting the "Orwellocratic" side of our government. "Freedom isn't free" There are sacrifices we must make for living in a free society. Are you willing to make them?