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Donald Trump had considered running for the Republican nomination for the 2012 Presidential Election. He may consider running for public office in the future and the below are just a few of the reasons why you should consider being anti-Trump if that time ever comes.

Donald Trump in an interview stated he was against gay marriage.

Trump said, “It's like in golf. A lot of people, I don't want this to sound trivial, but a lot of people are switching to these really long putters, very unattractive. It's weird. You see these great players with these really long putters, because they can't sink three-footers anymore. And, I hate it. I am a traditionalist. I have so many fabulous friends who happen to be gay, but I am a traditionalist.”

First of all, what is he talking about? Someone who wants to potentially be the President of the United States needs to be able to communicate clearly so that the American public can understand his full intent. Secondly, and more importantly, the United States has come a long way in terms of acceptance of people. Acceptance of people who look different from yourself, act different from yourself, believe different things from yourself, have different lifestyle choices from yourself. For someone who is considering a Presidential run to state that he is against gay marriage because he is a traditionalist is more than scary. What other “traditional” beliefs would Trump have that as a political figure would have real consequences?

Donald Trump has also had a history of changing his stance on very key important topics. These “flip flops” occurred from his position in 1999-2000 to his position in 2011-2012.

In 1999-2000 Trump was:
1. Pro choice except for partial birth
2. For assault weapon ban
3. Prosecute anti-gay hate crimes
4. Have a 14.25% tax on all wealth to pay off the national debt

More recently in 2011-2012 his position has changed to:
1. Pro life
2. Opposes gun control
3. Against gay marriage and gay benefits
4. Extending the Bush tax cuts

When you have someone who have significantly flipped their stance on key topics how much credibility does that person have with whatever stance they present to you today? And do you believe that the stance you are sold on today will be the same one that person has tomorrow?