Large Numbers of Republicans Feel Betrayed By Their Party. While Democratic Voters Would Be Happy With Either Hillary or Bernie

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    http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/01/politics/super-tuesday-exit-polls/index.html
    ...Angry Republicans turned out to vote in the South -- Georgia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Texas -- while Republicans farther north said they were not as upset with the government, but still dissatisfied, according to those early exit polls.

    Meanwhile, large numbers of Republicans across the board said they felt "betrayed" by their party, with almost 6 in 10 feeling that way in Georgia and Alabama, and roughly half of Virginia Republicans feeling that way.

    Republicans in Texas, Georgia and Virginia also largely said that Donald Trump ran the most unfair campaign...

    ...On the other side of the aisle, Democratic voters largely said they would be happy with either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders as their nominee...


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    Mar 03, 2016 2:17 PM GMT
    Happy is not the word I would use...
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    Mar 03, 2016 2:29 PM GMT
    Many of the New Republicans who support Trump are former Reagan Democrats who have abandoned the Democrat Party. That's why Republican Primary turnouts are breaking records and Democrat primaries have such low turnout.

    I've dealt with Trump for 35 years. No matter what he says now, his values are those of a Liberal Democrat such as Planned Parenthood, Socialized Single Payer Healthcare and Trade Policy.

    Many of Bernie's supporters are also Independents not Democrats. Exit polls indicate that even many of Bernie's Democrats will switch to Trump when Bernie fails.
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    Mar 03, 2016 8:50 PM GMT
    VOTE FOR; whom ever you want "TTT
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    Mar 03, 2016 9:24 PM GMT
    I don't think Bernie supporters would be "happy" with Hillary. She lacks his honesty, integrity and values. She's not someone I feel conformable putting against a republican, because she's marred in scandals of her own doing.

    That said, at least she's pledged to the democrats, and therefore avowed to protect peoples' rights. The GOP dictators are truly terrifying!
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    Mar 03, 2016 9:26 PM GMT
    pellaz saidVOTE FOR; whom ever you want "TTT

    These kinds of messages are ominous, now that Trump has shown us that a sizeable portion of the electorate want the KKK.
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    Mar 03, 2016 9:50 PM GMT
    HottJoe saidI don't think Bernie supporters would be "happy" with Hillary. She lacks his honesty, integrity and values. She's not someone I feel conformable putting against a republican, because she's marred in scandals of her own doing.

    That said, at least she's pledged to the democrats, and therefore avowed to protect peoples' rights. The GOP dictators are truly terrifying!


    She has baggage, but TBH, no less than a "Democratic Socialist" who has accomplished little in his years in Congress other than this Presidential run. And much less than any of the Republican frontrunners.
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    Mar 03, 2016 10:15 PM GMT
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    HottJoe saidI don't think Bernie supporters would be "happy" with Hillary. She lacks his honesty, integrity and values. She's not someone I feel conformable putting against a republican, because she's marred in scandals of her own doing.

    That said, at least she's pledged to the democrats, and therefore avowed to protect peoples' rights. The GOP dictators are truly terrifying!


    She has baggage, but TBH, no less than a "Democratic Socialist" who has accomplished little in his years in Congress other than this Presidential run. And much less than any of the Republican frontrunners.

    I think Sanders would be the perfect foil to Trump, especially in a debate.

    Clinton is practically bffs with Trump. There's really nothing we can try to take him down with that won't potentially blow up in Clinton's face.
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    Mar 04, 2016 12:29 AM GMT
    Republican Party: RIP
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    Mar 04, 2016 1:40 AM GMT
    The Republican party must get into the current century. The next voting block doesn't give a shit about anyone being Gay.

    They are beating a dying horse. Other than the whacko religious right, why do they still go into this direction?
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    Mar 04, 2016 1:41 AM GMT
    I worry about republicans TAKING CONTROL. All in the name of family values of course.
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    Mar 04, 2016 2:37 AM GMT
    Speaks big, thick, sloppy loads about Dems, Liberals, especially white Liberals.

    Through her ineptitude, Hillary managed to get a US ambassador and three other men killed.

    Bernie is a dingbat. His latest nugget: complaining that the interest rate on a student loan is higher than the rate for a car loan. An economic illiterate.
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    Mar 04, 2016 7:44 AM GMT
    The large number of betrayed Republicans are supporting Trump who is despised by the party because they have no financial leverage over him.

    I think that a large number of Bernie supporters absolutely despise Hillary Clinton. And while their economic ideologies and styles are miles apart, on a number of issues they could agree with Trump and possibly support him if Hillary is the nominee.

    Both Trump and Sanders have campaigns funded with small donations. They are not beholden to big donors and the quid pro quo that accompanies that kind of money. And more importantly they would not continue the EVIL foreign policy of utterly destroying one nation after the next for the past 14 years by Bush/Obama/Clinton on orders from the insane Neocons who ultimately want war with both Russia and China.
    Only two candidates have shown any restraint toward marching the US into World War III. Sanders and Trump. The rest, from both parties truly frighten the hell out of me. I would strongly prefer the former but would be comfortable with a President Trump as well. I just wish Bernie would take on some of Donald's aggressiveness to go for blood in a fatally flawed Clinton candidacy instead of passively taking on Hillary Clinton. Whenever I see her yelling at me on tv I expect to see the horns tail and fangs to come out like a bad horror flick.
    I could not live with myself if I were responsible for so many dead and destroyed lives as a result of Hillary's time in the State Department. Maybe she'll kill herself once it looks like she's going to prison....for unrelated crimes.
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    Mar 04, 2016 1:03 PM GMT
    showme said
    HottJoe saidI don't think Bernie supporters would be "happy" with Hillary. She lacks his honesty, integrity and values. She's not someone I feel conformable putting against a republican, because she's marred in scandals of her own doing.

    That said, at least she's pledged to the democrats, and therefore avowed to protect peoples' rights. The GOP dictators are truly terrifying!


    She has baggage, but TBH, no less than a "Democratic Socialist" who has accomplished little in his years in Congress other than this Presidential run. And much less than any of the Republican frontrunners.
    Well all of Hillary's so called accomplishments were entirely a result of her riding the coat tails of successful, effective politicians. Otherwise the Mary Queen of Goldman Sachs didn't accomplish a damned thing. She just had plum government positions handed to her on a silver platter. She did absolutely nothing for the people of New York when she was a U.S. Senator. She was a disastrous flop as Secretary of State. All you Hillary supporters are brainless idiots.
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    Mar 04, 2016 2:05 PM GMT
    What's very telling about last night's Republican debate is that despite all the talks about Trump not having the right temperament to be president of the US, every single one of the remaining Republican candidates said he'd support Trump if he were to become the nominee. So, forget about Romney's speech (which really did nothing but alienate Trump's supporters), forget about Rubio's apparently unsuccessful playbook, forget about the Republican Establishment's guilt trip, here comes Trump. The only saving grace at last night's event was Kasich, who distinguished himself from everyone on the stage and demonstrated that he should be the Republican nominee.
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    Mar 04, 2016 3:20 PM GMT
    I watched some of the debate. I was laughing so hard at parts. If Kasich did not wax rhetoric anti-gay regarding marriage, I'd have thought him a decent fellow. The other guys are ridiculous.

    Did they say they'd support Trump or did they mean that they'd support whoever got the nomination?

    Was that candidate support offered by free and independent persons or blackmailed in "negotiation"? You either say what I tell you to say or I will so fuck you right at the general election that your ass currently sitting on my dick will spin; now let's see you walk away from that artful deal. As told by the fly on that wall moments before dying of shame.

    That's a weird psychology right out of a Hitler horror movie. He's using fear and anger to move the mob and to control counterforces which produces more fear and anger. This thing is rising from bizzaroworld where its home address is the basement reverse-penthouse of the Trump Underworld Silo Keep aka the TUSK at 666 Beelzebub Blvd. You can Zillow it.
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    Mar 05, 2016 1:24 AM GMT
    DOMINUS saidWhat's very telling about last night's Republican debate is that despite all the talks about Trump not having the right temperament to be president of the US, every single one of the remaining Republican candidates said he'd support Trump if he were to become the nominee. So, forget about Romney's speech (which really did nothing but alienate Trump's supporters), forget about Rubio's apparently unsuccessful playbook, forget about the Republican Establishment's guilt trip, here comes Trump. The only saving grace at last night's event was Kasich, who distinguished himself from everyone on the stage and demonstrated that he should be the Republican nominee.


    Those republicans are just looking for a job after their term is over (e.g. Chris Christie).
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    Mar 05, 2016 3:06 AM GMT
    Democratic primary turnout is very weak. That says it all.
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    Mar 05, 2016 2:10 PM GMT
    HottJoe saidI don't think Bernie supporters would be "happy" with Hillary. She lacks his honesty, integrity and values. She's not someone I feel conformable putting against a republican, because she's marred in scandals of her own doing.

    That said, at least she's pledged to the democrats, and therefore avowed to protect peoples' rights. The GOP dictators are truly terrifying!


    Here's Hillary protecting peoples rights having accepted $56,000 in jewelry and 1 million in cash from the Sultan Of Brunei who stones gays to death:
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    Here's Hillary protecting gays in Russia:
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    Here's Hillary protecting those Americans in Bhengazi who asked her for help:
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    Here's Hillary supporting Donald Trump:
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    Here's Hillary supporting Bill Cosby:
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    Here's Hillary supporting gay conversion:
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    Mar 05, 2016 8:36 PM GMT
    Awesome post mx5guynj. You can tell she is just like us... one of the little people. Clearly she will always be looking out for us.


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    Mar 07, 2016 3:06 PM GMT
    desertmuscl saidAwesome post mx5guynj. You can tell she is just like us... one of the little people. Clearly she will always be looking out for us.




    Still living in a fantasy world . . . Trump 2016. Hilliary is a lying deceiving b-e-a-t-c-h! Go Trump!

    All liberals want is to have it their way . . . free this and free that! Get a life!
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    Mar 07, 2016 3:07 PM GMT
    oldfart saidRepublican Party: RIP


    In your dreams!
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    Mar 07, 2016 9:33 PM GMT
    I would not say I'm happy with either. I would say that I would LOVE for Bernie to get the nomination, but I'll begrudgingly vote for Hillary if she does. She's not awful, she's just not Bernie.
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    jackedgamer saidI would not say I'm happy with either. I would say that I would LOVE for Bernie to get the nomination, but I'll begrudgingly vote for Hillary if she does. She's not awful, she's just not Bernie.


    I've already mailed in my vote for Bernie. My only fear there is a Bloomberg third party run, but on the other hand a Trump third party born of a brokered GOP convention would put Bernie back in the game even given a Bloomberg run so at this point I've no idea how that might play out. This is very bizarre and makes all the predictions look ridiculous since we don't even know what the race will look like yet.

    Should Clinton get the nomination, though she's not liberal enough for my tastes, I would not have to begrudgingly vote for her. I could easily enthusiastically support her against anything the GOP or a Trump has to offer.

    And I'm not against voting against a Democrat had I major issues with a candidate. Instead of Crist in Florida, for instance, I wrote in Alfred E. Neuman. I'm certain one day my vote's gonna put him over the top.