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Old 05-05-2016, 08:09 AM   #16  
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Ladies and gentlemen I bring you the next president of the United States ....



In fairness that's just Acting and Reagan was an actor also.

In reality... WE'RE SO FUCKED!!!
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:04 AM   #17  
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Bottom Line the way things look we are screwed either way.
If you think that Hillary and Trump are about the same then you are truly brainwashed.

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Old 05-05-2016, 10:07 AM   #18  
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#BernieOrBust.
We took down our Bernie yard sign and put up the Hillary one a few days ago. I'm glad he's pushing the party left, but it's time to unite behind the actual candidate because the GOP getting the White House is an unfathomable horror at this point.
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In fairness that's just Acting and Reagan was an actor also.

In reality... WE'RE SO FUCKED!!!
Not that my vote matters much, but if left between Trump and Clinton, I'm voting Trump because "fuck that cunt."
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:28 AM   #20  
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If you think that Hillary and Trump are about the same then you are truly brainwashed.

I don't think they are anything alike just both terrible choices. Hillary is just a despicable person but the Donald well he is a whole 'nother level.

The thing about Trump is that the people are so fed up with system and career politicians that they are willing to get behind a total non viable offering just because he is different. Unfortunately his different is worse than anything we've seen since about the time civil rights were proposed.

As much as I detest Hillary we can probably make it through her presidency but I'm not so certain we survive a Trump presidency.

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I don't think they are anything alike just both terrible choices. Hillary is just a despicable person but the Donald well he is a whole 'nother level.

The thing about Trump is that the people are so fed up with system and career politicians that they are willing to get behind a total non viable offering just because he is different. Unfortunately his different is worse than anything we've seen since about the time civil rights were proposed.

As much as I detest Hillary we can probably make it through her presidency but I'm not so certain we survive a Trump presidency.
Doesn't help that a lot of social media are coming out as pushing Hilary and blocking Pro Bernie/Trump content.

The left pretty much is handing Trump the win.
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Old 05-05-2016, 11:30 AM   #22  
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I'm not so certain we survive a Trump presidency.
So ends this age of fire and begins a new age of darkness. Praise the Trump!
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Old 05-05-2016, 11:35 AM   #23  
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The thing about Trump is that the people are so fed up with system and career politicians that they are willing to get behind a total non viable offering just because he is different. Unfortunately his different is worse than anything we've seen since about the time civil rights were proposed.
And racist and misogynistic and... the list goes on.

He's giving everyone the ability to be "themselves".
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And racist and misogynistic and... the list goes on.

He's giving everyone the ability to be "themselves".
I was a Bernie supporter, but the Hilary camp started calling me a BernieBro, which encompassed being misogynist, a rape apologist, and other things.

Might as well wear the label they gave me.
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Kasich is out too. There is some doubt whether hillary can win or not. Most polls have Sanders like 14 points over trump, clinton is at most 7 points over, but that seems to be falling in recent ones.
Hillary has been in the Presidential debate for long enough that she's been slaughtered by Republicans for years. Sanders hasn't yet. If we wins the nomination, you can bet that 14 point margin would shrink a bit. I still think he's a better candidate against Trump because Sanders he appeals to the progressive movement and Hillary does not, at all. Hillary voters won't stay home for Sanders, but Sanders voters might stay home for Hillary, because that's a lot of young super liberals who generally suck at turning out to vote if they're not super excited.
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Not that my vote matters much, but if left between Trump and Clinton, I'm voting Trump because "fuck that cunt."
Stick to computers dude.
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Hillary has been in the Presidential debate for long enough that she's been slaughtered by Republicans for years.
It's getting to the point where criticism of her is practically met with eye-rolling to many people who would otherwise at least hear it out. The Boy Who Cried Benghazi effect.
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Stick to computers dude.
I think we can vote digitally now! Good point, fam.
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It's getting to the point where criticism of her is practically met with eye-rolling to many people who would otherwise at least hear it out. The Boy Who Cried Benghazi effect.
I don't listen to any of it. As long as Trump is on the other side of the ticket, I don't need any more information. My vote is cast; whoever is against Trump. Could be a fuckin warewolf; doesn't matter. I'm voting for the "D" if it's against a guy like Trump.

If the Republicans ever decide to nominate a respectable candidate (like Kasich for example) and the Democrats continue to nominate conservadems, then it might be worth exploring the options. But I don't see the Republicans moving toward the center any time soon.
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If the Republicans ever decide to nominate a respectable candidate (like Kasich for example)
If you look at his record he was only disguising himself as a respectable candidate because that was his primary shtick. In reality he's no moderate.
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