Call me crazy but I wouldn't mind a president Trump

  • jlars12

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    Feb 25, 2016 4:14 AM GMT
    I can't vote for him, because that would be irresponsible lol, but part of me really really wants to see what would happen. He was right in saying that ALL politicians are utterly corrupted (including himself - he even brags about bribing Hillary Clinton). But I can totally accept and work with that reality. The fact that he's such an outsider and doesn't seem to care about what he says - even if a good chunk of it is BS - is just so refreshing. Declassify 28 pages of a 9/11 report that might wreck our relationship with the Saudis? Sure! Watch him eventually backtrack on the Mexican wall with excuses? Alright! Since we can't seem to escape corruption and all... icon_lol.gif
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    Feb 25, 2016 4:33 AM GMT
    His supporters remind me of that goth kids I knew in middle school. Flocking to the very thing they claim to hate because that thing says he's different and acts out in socially unacceptable ways. I feel the same way about Bernie Sanders supporters. You know who else wanted a revolution regardless of what the rest of the country wanted, The South just prior to the civil war. I'm not saying we are anywhere near splitting up as a nation. This attitude of it our way or your an idiot and wrong is childish. Both Sanders supporters and Trump supporters have no idea how they want to convince the rest of the country that their version of change is the right one.
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    Feb 25, 2016 1:44 PM GMT
    A Trump presidency is scary to me at this point given his radical position on a number of important issues, but the future is unpredictable and we really wouldn't know how a Trump presidency would pan out until he's actually there. I do agree that, other than ideology, there's not much difference between many of Trump's and Sanders' supporters--both are dismissive, assuming, angry, uninformed, and unrealistic. I saw a Sanders supporter being interviewed recently, and she said that Hillary Clinton was accomplished because she was a first lady. I laughed my ass off.
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    Feb 25, 2016 1:51 PM GMT
    You're crazy!
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    Feb 25, 2016 2:33 PM GMT
    crazy likes crazy
    this is very likely a troll / sock account by the way
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    Feb 25, 2016 2:48 PM GMT
    Ok I will call you crazy, not because you are voting Trump (Being an American citizen you have every right to vote whoever you choose). But you are crazy to vote in someone just to see "what will happen". A lot of lives could be devastated for your entertainment.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 25, 2016 4:28 PM GMT
    Imo, anyone who lumps Sanders and Trump supporters together is extremely ignorant about politics. It's just insulting altogether.

    Trump is a sleazy crooked tax dodging billionaire who is trying to buy the presidency with his own money and a fake populist message riddled with racism. He and his supporters are vulgar reality show sycophants.

    Sanders is not crooked or corrupt. He's not buying the presidency like a businessman profiting on his investment. His campaign is paid for mainly by middle class and below middle class millenials who are collectively working together to circumvent the shills in DC, like Clinton, who are criminals bought and paid for by wall street.

    It is upsetting to be a Sanders supporter and see that people are saying that an actual rare good guy is no better than a criminal like Clinton or Trump.

    It's just appalling ignorance, and really very tragic. Sanders represents all the ideals of America. The other candidates are criminals who exploit people with glitz and fear mongering.

    I will be an unapologetic Sanders supporter to the bitter end, and I find people who support criminals to be contemptible beyond belief.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 25, 2016 4:31 PM GMT
    PulseFit saidYou're crazy!

    This
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    Feb 25, 2016 5:32 PM GMT
    HottJoe saidImo, anyone who lumps Sanders and Trump supporters together is extremely ignorant about politics. It's just insulting altogether.

    Trump is a sleazy crooked tax dodging billionaire who is trying to buy the presidency with his own money and a fake populist message riddled with racism. He and his supporters are vulgar reality show sycophants.

    Sanders is not crooked or corrupt. He's not buying the presidency like a businessman profiting on his investment. His campaign is paid for mainly by middle class and below middle class millenials who are collectively working together to circumvent the shills in DC, like Clinton, who are criminals bought and paid for by wall street.

    It is upsetting to be a Sanders supporter and see that people are saying that an actual rare good guy is no better than a criminal like Clinton or Trump.

    It's just appalling ignorance, and really very tragic. Sanders represents all the ideals of America. The other candidates are criminals who exploit people with glitz and fear mongering.

    I will be an unapologetic Sanders supporter to the bitter end, and I find people who support criminals to be contemptible beyond belief.


    I like Sanders. I find his supporters suspect. Where are all these crusading millennials during the midterm elections? Where will these millennial be after the 2020 census to make sure state Republican and Democratic congresses don't make their seats even safer thus electing even more obstinate politicians to the House of representatives. You don't get off your ass only when you see a politician you like and call yourself a revolution. Most Sanders supporters are not like you Joe. I wouldn't be surprised if you were very politically involved year round. Most of these Sanders supporters get excited for a charismatic presidential candidate and then disappear. Its as if they don't realize that the states are just as important as the federal government and that there are actually three branches of the federal government not just one. Sadly given the state of the congress and many democratic congress members fear of being labeled a liberal Trump would have an easier time having his agenda enacted. Two years from now mist of Sanders supporters will be no where to be seen.
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    Feb 25, 2016 5:40 PM GMT
    no matter who gets elected likely little good will come of it.
    than again:
    The George Bush presidency has taught us it is easy to phuck this up fast; like war recession.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Feb 26, 2016 5:54 PM GMT
    In order for Sanders to be a successful President, he has to have a Congress with a majority of like minded Senators and Representatives. Otherwise you are going to see both him and his VP pick having to make all kinds of compromises which could water down the campaign message in order to get things done in Washington. The same exact thing pertains to Trump, Clinton, Rubio, etc.
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    Feb 26, 2016 6:59 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidIn order for Sanders to be a successful President, he has to have a Congress with a majority of like minded Senators and Representatives. Otherwise you are going to see both him and his VP pick having to make all kinds of compromises which could water down the campaign message in order to get things done in Washington. The same exact thing pertains to Trump, Clinton, Rubio, etc.


    With the exception that Hilary is running on a compromise campaign.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 26, 2016 7:09 PM GMT
    MrFuscle said
    roadbikeRob saidIn order for Sanders to be a successful President, he has to have a Congress with a majority of like minded Senators and Representatives. Otherwise you are going to see both him and his VP pick having to make all kinds of compromises which could water down the campaign message in order to get things done in Washington. The same exact thing pertains to Trump, Clinton, Rubio, etc.


    With the exception that Hilary is running on a compromise campaign.

    Instead of the two-pronged approach, we'll call it the two-faced approach.icon_twisted.gificon_evil.gif
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    Feb 26, 2016 7:15 PM GMT
    I live for Donald Trump's trolling. He's a very shady character who knows how to make things very entertaining, but I don't think he'll make a good president. I don't think he'd be the worst though.
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    Feb 26, 2016 7:30 PM GMT
    CODY4U saidI live for Donald Trump's trolling

    Indeed:
    he is tearing apart republican buts.
    i here they really went at each other at last nights debate.

    i cant wait till he gets his hands on the nuclear codes (if the codes still work).
  • interestingch...

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    Feb 26, 2016 7:53 PM GMT
    With trump its a case of what you see is what you get and his truthfulness is very refreshing and actually if he does get in will shake up everything in the US as well as everywhere else, I think he cares about people more than himself and is putting his life on the line exposing the 28 pages of the 911 report which could potentially take down some very important people, I expect the whole Bush family, the Clintons, Cheney, Rumsfeld and no doubt many others including the Saudi government, I hope that we, in the UK had nothing to do with it because I do have some faith in our government however Tony Blair should be in court for war crimes as well as the rest of the people involved in the Iraq war decision making process within our government.
    Good luck to Trump, I know he isn't perfect and has some views that are not that great but I do think he could maybe turn the country around if he sticks to what he has promised which I think he will. I just hope the CIA don't take him out and do another JFK assassination scenario which would be tragic. He is smart the fact that he has his own security detail as well as secret service which he doesn't have as much control of. He apparently wears a bullet proof vest permanently, I don't blame him.
    So vote for Trump if you want to know the truth about 911 and imprison the real people responsible. Over a million people have died because of 911 including innocent children, don't let these bastards get away with it.
    he may have some old fashioned views as regards gay rights amongst other things but stopping WW3 from happening is way more important and I think he could stop that from happening.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 26, 2016 10:48 PM GMT
    interestingchap saidWith trump its a case of what you see is what you get and his truthfulness is very refreshing and actually if he does get in will shake up everything in the US as well as everywhere else, I think he cares about people more than himself and is putting his life on the line exposing the 28 pages of the 911 report which could potentially take down some very important people, I expect the whole Bush family, the Clintons, Cheney, Rumsfeld and no doubt many others including the Saudi government, I hope that we, in the UK had nothing to do with it because I do have some faith in our government however Tony Blair should be in court for war crimes as well as the rest of the people involved in the Iraq war decision making process within our government.
    Good luck to Trump, I know he isn't perfect and has some views that are not that great but I do think he could maybe turn the country around if he sticks to what he has promised which I think he will. I just hope the CIA don't take him out and do another JFK assassination scenario which would be tragic. He is smart the fact that he has his own security detail as well as secret service which he doesn't have as much control of. He apparently wears a bullet proof vest permanently, I don't blame him.
    So vote for Trump if you want to know the truth about 911 and imprison the real people responsible. Over a million people have died because of 911 including innocent children, don't let these bastards get away with it.
    he may have some old fashioned views as regards gay rights amongst other things but stopping WW3 from happening is way more important and I think he could stop that from happening.

    Good one!icon_lol.gif
  • roadbikeRob

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    Feb 27, 2016 12:54 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidPoor Metta (and "Hott"Joe)...

    Posting every waking hour of the day week in and week out (obviously unemployed) hoping against hope that their beloved Bernie can be the next President, refusing to accept the fact that the corrupt Hillary and the corrupt DNC have fixed the primaries so that Bernie has no chance at all at winning.

    What must be even more distressing for them is the fact that they'll have to chuck their "principles" down the sewer and somehow rationalize their vote for Hillary in November.
    Put a lid on that baseless bullshit because like it or lump it, the DNC has to abide by the vote of the people.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Feb 27, 2016 12:57 AM GMT
    MrFuscle said
    roadbikeRob saidIn order for Sanders to be a successful President, he has to have a Congress with a majority of like minded Senators and Representatives. Otherwise you are going to see both him and his VP pick having to make all kinds of compromises which could water down the campaign message in order to get things done in Washington. The same exact thing pertains to Trump, Clinton, Rubio, etc.


    With the exception that Hilary is running on a compromise campaign.
    She isn't compromising jack shit. Her campaign is all about her self aggrandizement and nothing else. She is unqualified and unfit for the Presidency.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Feb 27, 2016 1:09 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidMr. Fuscle is apparently unaware of what transpired this week...

    Yes, THIS is the person you RJ libs will all be voting for in November.

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."

    You don't know that for fact so stop assuming how everyone will vote if anyone bothers to vote.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 27, 2016 1:49 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    roadbikeRob said
    southbeach1500 saidMr. Fuscle is apparently unaware of what transpired this week...

    Yes, THIS is the person you RJ libs will all be voting for in November.

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."

    You don't know that for fact so stop assuming how everyone will vote if anyone bothers to vote.


    The RJ libs WILL vote for Hillary in November.

    Never!!!icon_evil.gif
  • roadbikeRob

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    Feb 27, 2016 1:49 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    roadbikeRob said
    southbeach1500 saidMr. Fuscle is apparently unaware of what transpired this week...

    Yes, THIS is the person you RJ libs will all be voting for in November.

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."

    You don't know that for fact so stop assuming how everyone will vote if anyone bothers to vote.


    The RJ libs WILL vote for Hillary in November.
    You don't know that. Some will many will vote third party and many other libs will stay home.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 27, 2016 1:52 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    HottJoe said
    southbeach1500 said
    roadbikeRob said
    southbeach1500 saidMr. Fuscle is apparently unaware of what transpired this week...

    Yes, THIS is the person you RJ libs will all be voting for in November.

    Hillary: Blacks are "super-predators" and "we need to bring them to heel."

    You don't know that for fact so stop assuming how everyone will vote if anyone bothers to vote.


    The RJ libs WILL vote for Hillary in November.

    Never!!!icon_evil.gif


    Yes they will, and you will too.

    No, there will be a grass roots campaign to do a write-in vote for Sanders, if it comes down to it.

    No way any decent democrat can vote for that despicable candidate. She's the superpredator.
  • HottJoe

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    Feb 27, 2016 2:31 AM GMT
    The mass incarceration of the black community in the USA is the most horrific thing happening in the country. And it has nothing to do with preventing crime or drug addiction. It was all a moneymaking scheme. They needed people to fill prisons, so they went for poor blacks instead of poor whites, because they thought they could get away with it, and they did, because white America is so blinded by racism that it didn't see what it was doing. It's an incomprehensible tragedy.

    The Black Lives Matter movement has opened peoples' eyes. And although sadly I can't see any evidence that republicans care, democrats care. The younger voters and liberals and Obama democrats care in large numbers, and we must have a political revolution.

    Obama beat Hillary Clinton in 08 for a reason, and we can't let her win. She's a superpredator.
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    Feb 27, 2016 2:58 AM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidDemocrats care? Joe, 99% of the electorate have no idea that Hillary called blacks "super predators" and that's how it's gonna stay.

    And you, and all the other RJ libs will be pulling the lever for Hillary come November. You'll say "Hillary has evolved" on the issue - and believe it - just like both Hillary and Obama "evolved" on gay marriage. Once duped, always duped.

    Don't you find it odd that only you and the automated Metta unit are the only ones on the left here that are making a big deal about this super predator stuff?

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    fixed