The truth about Donald hurts

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    Dec 18, 2015 8:58 PM GMT
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    It seems highly unlikely that he will win.

    Last night I saw a rebroadcast of part of one of his performances. When he was asked about Obama's citizenship and where he was born, Trump refused to answer the question; that was not the first time either. While being careful not to stick his neck out too far, he supports those who believe that Obama's birth certificate is a forgery and that he was actually born in Kenya.

    Actually, Trump may be right. It is possible that when Obama decided to run for the presidency, he used a time machine to send his agents back in time to falsify the birth records in Hawaii so that it would appear that he actually was born in Hawaii.
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    Dec 18, 2015 9:49 PM GMT
    FRE0 said... It seems highly unlikely that he will win...
    dont under estimate Trump.
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    Dec 18, 2015 11:20 PM GMT
    pellaz said
    FRE0 said...
    dont under estimate Trump.


    Exactly. And the country won't hit rock bottom if he wins. It might actually improve for a change.
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    Dec 18, 2015 11:55 PM GMT
    Felony84 said
    pellaz said
    FRE0 said...
    dont under estimate Trump.


    Exactly. And the country won't hit rock bottom if he wins. It might actually improve for a change.
    You are damned righticon_exclaim.gif The Donald is exactly what this country needs as President. If anything hurts extremely bad, it is the truth about the hapless Hillary ho, the truth that all the ultra leftists want to distort and bury under the rug or in the backyard.
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    roadbikeRob said
    Felony84 said
    pellaz said
    FRE0 said...
    dont under estimate Trump.


    Exactly. And the country won't hit rock bottom if he wins. It might actually improve for a change.
    You are damned righticon_exclaim.gif The Donald is exactly what this country needs as President. If anything hurts extremely bad, it is the truth about the hapless Hillary ho, the truth that all the ultra leftists want to distort and bury under the rug or in the backyard.


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    Dec 19, 2015 12:28 AM GMT
    Angels and ministers of grace defend us!
  • oldfart

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    Dec 19, 2015 1:03 AM GMT
    I do hope Trump gets the nomination just because that will obliterate the Republican establishment, and with them the christianazis and the contrarian anarchist teabaggers.

    But I still want Michelle.
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    Dec 19, 2015 2:04 AM GMT
    It is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.
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    Dec 19, 2015 5:22 AM GMT
    It would seem very unlikely now (and the election is still 11 months in the future) that Trump could win.

    But if he did, the country would survive - we would muddle through for 4 years. The USA survived Harding, Coolidge, Pierce, Buchanan, Fillmore, and even Wilson and his stupid war, and his wife running the country. Why could we not survive Trump? There is always Congress, which might just possibly not be willing to go along with everything he would want to do.
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    Dec 19, 2015 5:32 AM GMT
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    Nah. This is why we have a 3 part government. The Republicans in the senate and house will hate him and won't want to work with him because he's crazy. And the Democrats won't want to work with him because he's a Republican.

    Jesse Ventura was elected governor of Minnesota as an Independent. After he left office he wrote about how he couldn't accomplish anything because as an Independent he couldn't get support from either the Republicans or Democrats in the state legislature. Trump would suffer the same fate.
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    Dec 19, 2015 5:41 AM GMT
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    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    Nah. This is why we have a 3 part government. The Republicans in the senate and house will hate him and won't want to work with him because he's crazy. And the Democrats won't want to work with him because he's a Republican.

    Jesse Ventura was elected governor of Minnesota as an Independent. After he left office he wrote about how he couldn't accomplish anything because as an Independent he couldn't get support from either the Republicans or Democrats in the state legislature. Trump would suffer the same fate.


    Plus, I think there'd be impeachment proceedings started against him within a year.

    There's no way he could put his business interests in a blind trust like POTUS and VPs generally do. He'll pass the business on to his kids and there will be all sorts of true accusations that he does something in the official capacity of POTUS to help the business. He'll never be able to stay out of it. I think this would be the big scandal in a Trump presidency.
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    Dec 19, 2015 1:44 PM GMT
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    I was (and still am) a Reagan supporter. A fan of the late Bill Buckley can hardly be considered a die-hard liberal.
    I didn't leave the Republican party. They left me (and a great many other people, if you haven't noticed.)
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    oldfart said
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    I was (and still am) a Reagan supporter. A fan of the late Bill Buckley can hardly be considered a die-hard liberal.
    I didn't leave the Republican party. They left me (and a great many other people, if you haven't noticed.)


    November 4, 2014 sure proved that.
  • oldfart

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    Dec 19, 2015 3:58 PM GMT
    I stand corrected.
    Used to be that political correctness was a liberal thing. How times change.
  • honestsweat

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    Dec 19, 2015 7:14 PM GMT
    Trump will not win.
    Remember the polls currently being cited are not polls of registered republican voters.
    The GOP is having fun with the orange clown because the party gets a share of the debate broadcast revenue.
    The foot soldiers of the party have their orders: no Trump.
    If the GOP wanted Trump to win, loyalists like Graham and Jeb would be talking up his wonderfulness.
    If McCain, McConnell, Bush, Graham and Fiorina suddenly start talking about how great he is you will know the fix is on.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 19, 2015 7:42 PM GMT
    honestsweat saidTrump will not win.
    Remember the polls currently being cited are not polls of registered republican voters.
    The GOP is having fun with the orange clown because the party gets a share of the debate broadcast revenue.
    The foot soldiers of the party have their orders: no Trump.
    If the GOP wanted Trump to win, loyalists like Graham and Jeb would be talking up his wonderfulness.
    If McCain, McConnell, Bush, Graham and Fiorina suddenly start talking about how great he is you will know the fix is on.
    I would not be so sure of that if I were you because 2016 is going to be a volitile, tossup year. Many Americans like Donald Trump and his support is growing steadily. If things keep going the way they are currently, you could very well be looking at a future Donald Trump Presidency.
  • chdragon

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    Dec 20, 2015 5:12 AM GMT
    Trump can't win. He won't have support from 1) Hispanics, 2) Blacks, 3) Asians, and maybe 4) Gays -- however, I would have thought most people on this forum were LGBT, but so far I've seen a lot of support for him here.
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    Dec 20, 2015 5:23 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    Nah. This is why we have a 3 part government. The Republicans in the senate and house will hate him and won't want to work with him because he's crazy. And the Democrats won't want to work with him because he's a Republican.

    Jesse Ventura was elected governor of Minnesota as an Independent. After he left office he wrote about how he couldn't accomplish anything because as an Independent he couldn't get support from either the Republicans or Democrats in the state legislature. Trump would suffer the same fate.


    It's not true that Jesse accomplished nothing. But what he did accomplish took 3-way compromise, so there wasn't a lot of it. That's not such a bad thing. If you want limited government, the worst thing you can do is give either party the full set of keys.

    That said, Jesse is not as crazy as Trump, and never had the ability to nuke anyone, except maybe Wisconsin.
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    ...If you want limited government, the worst thing you can do is give either party the full set of keys...


    Very well said. I've never been able to put it half so well in years of trying... icon_redface.gif
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    Lumpyoatmeal said
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.

    Nah. This is why we have a 3 part government. The Republicans in the senate and house will hate him and won't want to work with him because he's crazy. And the Democrats won't want to work with him because he's a Republican.

    Jesse Ventura was elected governor of Minnesota as an Independent. After he left office he wrote about how he couldn't accomplish anything because as an Independent he couldn't get support from either the Republicans or Democrats in the state legislature. Trump would suffer the same fate.


    It's not true that Jesse accomplished nothing. But what he did accomplish took 3-way compromise, so there wasn't a lot of it. That's not such a bad thing. If you want limited government, the worst thing you can do is give either party the full set of keys.

    That said, Jesse is not as crazy as Trump, and never had the ability to nuke anyone, except maybe Wisconsin.



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    sportsguysd7 saidThat said, Jesse is not as crazy as Trump, and never had the ability to nuke anyone, except maybe Wisconsin.

    Thanks for the clarification.

    But the cheese! Good lord, thank goodness he never nuked Wisconsin; what would we do without the cheese?!
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 22, 2015 3:44 AM GMT
    chdragon saidTrump can't win. He won't have support from 1) Hispanics, 2) Blacks, 3) Asians, and maybe 4) Gays -- however, I would have thought most people on this forum were LGBT, but so far I've seen a lot of support for him here.
    If Trump picks a Hispanic running mate, he could easily win the Latino vote.
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    Dec 22, 2015 7:56 PM GMT
    conservativejock saidIt is likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard liberal.


    It is also likely most certain that life under a President Trump would be quite shocking to a die-hard conservative tool

    Trump is not conservative; he is on the radical right.