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Old 05-05-2016, 04:40 PM
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Looks like he's the man vs Clinton. Full disclosure I'm a Trump guy does he have a chance and what does this election mean for our country?
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Old 05-05-2016, 04:44 PM
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Does the remainder of the elections go on??? If not he doesn't have the required number he needs and at the convention they can put in whoever they want...Cheap trick??? We are talking about politicians...
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I think he has a chance, the Republicans will get out and vote and the Democrats may not. Trump may also destroy Killary in the debates. With all that being said. ...

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Old 05-05-2016, 05:08 PM
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I think he has a chance, the Republicans will get out and vote and the Democrats may not. Trump may also destroy Killary in the debates. With all that being said. ...

Gary Johnson 2016
While not a big Trump guy, I am voting for him and I still think a vote for the Libertarian candidate will basically be a vote for Hillary.
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:11 PM
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And, just think what the country will be like when Rosie, Sharpton and others leave the country if he is elected.
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And, just think what the country will be like when Rosie, Sharpton and others leave the country if he is elected.
Thats enough reason right there!!!
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:19 PM
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And, just think what the country will be like when Rosie, Sharpton and others leave the country if he is elected.

couldn't be that lucky!
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:34 PM
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He has a chance but will be a terrible president unless he appoints the right people and they can actually keep him in check. Of course I'll vote for him just to keep Hillary out. The next 4-8 years are crucial in determining which way this country goes.

Not real sure what everyone sees in Trump. He says the right things, but has zero way to back anything he says. If Hillary turned a 180 on every one of her political views, none of yall would like her. Same exact thing Trump has done. Hell he was a Clinton supporter his whole life. Don't even get me started on every other political stance he has flip flopped on.
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Old 05-05-2016, 05:55 PM
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How many sets of "the next 4-8 years will be crucial" do we need before we realize that a viable third party is the only option. A vote for any party other than the Democratic Party has proven to be useless for the last 8 years anyway. Now it appears the same for at least the next 4. How about jumping off the 2 party bandwagon and doing something different? It may seem futile if you look at it from the perspective of a single election, but it's going to take a gravitational shift from the norm to fix this mess in which we lie.

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Old 05-05-2016, 06:03 PM
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While not a big Trump guy, I am voting for him and I still think a vote for the Libertarian candidate will basically be a vote for Hillary.
Ditto.

If republican voters don't stay home on Election Day and cry that their candidate wasn't the chosen one, like they historically do, Trump stands a decent chance at beating Hillary. I'm hoping Bernie supports do that exact thing cause let's face it, no way in Hell will those hipster Socialist supporters support Trump. All I know is Hillary cannot be President if we want America to still be America in 10 years from now. I'm 100% on the Trump train now. Might even go get me a bumper sticker! Lol
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What happens if Hillary gets indicted?
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:21 PM
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If it was gonna happen...it would have happened already.
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How many sets of "the next 4-8 years will be crucial" do we need before we realize that a viable third party is the only option. A vote for any party other than the Democratic Party has proven to be useless for the last 8 years anyway. Now it appears the same for at least the next 4. How about jumping off the 2 party bandwagon and doing something different? It may seem futile if you look at it from the perspective of a single election, but it's going to take a gravitational shift from the norm to fix this mess in which we lie.

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100% correct IMO.......BUT it's too late for this round.....that has to be started the day after the next president is elected.......AND it's not just republicans that will start the third party.......BERNIE is getting a ton of support as well.

Trump will be a one term president.........but he will test the boundaries of where the asshat we have now has taken us. It will drag the Joe Q public kicking and screaming back to a "normal" of sorts.

We have .03% of our population affecting us all
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:36 PM
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How many sets of "the next 4-8 years will be crucial" do we need before we realize that a viable third party is the only option. A vote for any party other than the Democratic Party has proven to be useless for the last 8 years anyway. Now it appears the same for at least the next 4. How about jumping off the 2 party bandwagon and doing something different? It may seem futile if you look at it from the perspective of a single election, but it's going to take a gravitational shift from the norm to fix this mess in which we lie.

Trump ain't the answer.

There is likely to be 4-5 vacancies in supreme court come up in the next 4-8 years, so IMO, this is the most important 4-8 years we have had in a longgg time. If you don't get that, then I can't help you. You really want to vote 3rd party and help Hillary create a 7-2 favor of her ideaologies, then go for it. YOU'll be part of the problem.

Trump may suck, but everyone has to suck it up this election and vote for him. If you don't, you're ensuring that Hillary ruins America as you know it, and there will be no coming back from that short of a civil war. Vote Trump now, and hopefully within 4 years people will back a 3rd party candidate.


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There is likely to be 4-5 vacancies in supreme court come up in the next 4-8 years, so IMO, this is the most important 4-8 years we have had in a longgg time. If you don't get that, then I can't help you. You really want to vote 3rd party and help Hillary create a 7-2 favor of her ideaologies, then go for it. YOU'll be part of the problem.

Trump may suck, but everyone has to suck it up this election and vote for him. If you don't, you're ensuring that Hillary ruins America as you know it, and there will be no coming back from that short of a civil war. Vote Trump now, and hopefully within 4 years people will back a 3rd party candidate.
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:43 PM
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I will also vote for Trump, but this election reminds me of the last President's election. Republican's putting another rich guy with a big ego against another Democrat. Hope the result are different this time, but I think not.
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Old 05-05-2016, 11:03 PM
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100% correct IMO.......BUT it's too late for this round.....that has to be started the day after the next president is elected.......AND it's not just republicans that will start the third party.......BERNIE is getting a ton of support as well.



Trump will be a one term president.........but he will test the boundaries of where the asshat we have now has taken us. It will drag the Joe Q public kicking and screaming back to a "normal" of sorts.



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It's not too late for this round to start the change is what I'm saying...of course no candidate on the outskirts is going to swoop in and win the presidency...but the shift in momentum has to start somewhere...it won't happen in one election cycle, and that's what the powers that be count on.
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I will also vote for Trump, but this election reminds me of the last President's election. Republican's putting another rich guy with a big ego against another Democrat. Hope the result are different this time, but I think not.


Repeating the same process and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.
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I just finished my gig at Walk-On's so I have a few beers in me...take my opinion with a grain of salt


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Repeating the same process and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.
I agree
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