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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Many people find Obama likable and he's a good looking guy. Hillary is just a fugly banshee and completely unlikable. Even many Dems find her to be a completely untrustworthy bitch. .


While I find your wording strong, you are correct. There is something about Hillary that rubs many Dems the wrong way. I've never cared for the woman and do not feel like I could trust her as the President. Many friends of mine with similar political leanings feel the same way. If it comes down to her as the nominee I may well sit the election out.
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

While I find your wording strong, you are correct. There is something about Hillary that rubs many Dems the wrong way. I've never cared for the woman and do not feel like I could trust her as the President. Many friends of mine with similar political leanings feel the same way. If it comes down to her as the nominee I may well sit the election out.

You know I speak truth to power!

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post #1383 of 8748
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

You know I speak truth to power!

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I've got a friend who is heavily into politics and has worked on several Democratic campaigns. He tends to always lean towards the party line and I can't convince him for the life of me that Hillary rubs many Liberals that way. I think her getting the nomination could be a real problem for the party.
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

I've got a friend who is heavily into politics and has worked on several Democratic campaigns. He tends to always lean towards the party line and I can't convince him for the life of me that Hillary rubs many Liberals that way. I think her getting the nomination could be a real problem for the party.

Who presents a bigger problem to their party? Trump or Cruz getting the R nomination or Hillary getting the D nomination.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I didn't say anything at the time but I actually got to have lunch with Mitt last election cycle (along with about 40 other people). Lunch was fine, as he doesn't drink, and who wants dinner without a drink?

I could never trust a teetotaler. If he'd been to rehab, I could understand. But abstaining due to personal choice? Never.
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I could never trust a teetotaler. If he'd been to rehab, I could understand. But abstaining due to personal choice? Never.

That and people that don't like cheese.
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If Hillsry wins its business as usual .If Trump wins the zombie apocalypse has officially begun . If Cruz wins the US becomes the Christian Iran .
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Christie just endorsed Trump.

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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Christie just endorsed Trump.

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Does anyone take Christie's endorsement seriously?

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I thought Christie gonna wait until NJ primary.
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Christie for Secretary of Transportation?
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post

^good article suited. There's a lot of stuff in there that's bigger than just explaining Trump (or Sanders). There's a microcosm of some of the problems of modern culture in there.

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Originally Posted by englade321 View Post

@suited
 good article I could not agree more . 

The author has some other really great pieces on the same website. Definitely worth reading. A coworker forwarded me this old interview from with Trump from 2014 in which a blogger tagged along to an event at Trump's place in Palm Beach.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mckaycoppins/36-hours-on-the-fake-campaign-trail-with-donald-trump#.bw8yNPryQ
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Donald Trump is sitting in the passenger seat of a black SUV packed with four well-dressed yes-men — and me — as we wind through the snowy roads of Manchester, New Hampshire, on a quiet Tuesday morning in January. He has just finished a series of speeches and interviews at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics designed to stoke speculation about his political ambitions. His most recent gambit has been to make noise about running for governor in New York, but none of the students, activists, and local politicos he just spent the morning glad-handling seemed interested — a fact he notes with a tinge of frustration as soon as we get in the car.

“They didn’t ask one question about running for governor,” Trump tells his aides, rubbing his hands together as the vehicle fills with the alcoholic scent of hand sanitizer. “They didn’t care.”

There is a tense moment of silence before the driver offers, “They probably think you’re already past that.”

Trump likes this theory. “That’s interesting,” he says, raising his voice so that everyone in the car can hear. “Did you hear what he said? He said they think I’m past that. I can’t tell you how many people have said that to me. They say, ‘What are you doing running for governor?’” He punctuates the last word with the sort of disgusted tone he might use if someone asked him to trade in his private plane for a Bolt Bus ticket. “It’s a good point.”

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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Who presents a bigger problem to their party? Trump or Cruz getting the R nomination or Hillary getting the D nomination.

If Hillary wins in November, then there's really no problem for the Democrats long term. It's only a big thing if they lose.

Trump and Cruz though, even winning the nomination would be a problem for the Republicans.
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Originally Posted by Nil View Post

Christie just endorsed Trump.

 

 

This is yuuuuuge.

 

O wait I meant to say:

 

Chris is yuuuuuge.

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Originally Posted by toothsomesound View Post

Also guys. Did Rubio and Cruz gangbangstump Trump last night? Was hoping for some nice CE live poasting discussion to read this morning. For shame guys.

 

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