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That's old, isn't it?
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a poem about Angela Merkel rotflmao.gif
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Trump: Look, submarines go underwater. Do you think it's safe to get your nuclear missiles wet? I'd demand an investigation Day One of a Trump presidency!

Okay, Trump is not the only one that doesn't get the "pyramid."
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

FLM I know you don't post here often anymore so I might have missed it. I am curious if you like any of the current crop running?

The current crop? Rubio, with Bernie a distant second. I've met him a half-dozen or so times and he's really likable, even when he's not "on". Rubio's wife is strongly Catholic, so she pulls him further to the right on social issues than I like. However, he's smart and works his ass off and I think he can help drag the GOP into the 21st century.

Bernie has probably the most integrity of anyone in the race, but his ideas are something you usually hear from an old community college sociology professor. Still, I think a Republican Congress would keep him in check and if not can be yet another reminder of what a failure centrally planned economies are.

Ted Cruz has solid fiscal conservative credentials, but is also a raging asshole running a dirty campaign. And the backpfeifengezicht is off the charts with him.

Hillary and Trump..... they tell stupid, ridiculous easily-caught lies, are incredibly corrupt, and wildly erratic in their positions.

Clinton v. Trump would be the worst final selection I can think of. Truly. I thought Bush v. Kerry was bad, but this would suck even worse.
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

Back in December Trump was asked about the nuclear triad.
This might be the dumbest answer ever. Of course, it didn't affect anything.

What is your priority among our nuclear triad?
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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post

Bernie has probably the most integrity of anyone in the race, but his ideas are something you usually hear from an old community college sociology professor. Still, I think a Republican Congress would keep him in check and if not can be yet another reminder of what a failure centrally planned economies are.

Jesus fucking Christ Bernie Sanders wouldn't be my first pick in these elections but you took it too far with centrally planned economies LOL He's advocating for something more like EU style social democracy not communism.

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Originally Posted by FLMountainMan View Post

Ted Cruz has solid fiscal conservative credentials, but is also a raging asshole running a dirty campaign. And the backpfeifengezicht is off the charts with him.

Hillary and Trump..... they tell stupid, ridiculous easily-caught lies, are incredibly corrupt, and wildly erratic in their positions.

Clinton v. Trump would be the worst final selection I can think of. Truly. I thought Bush v. Kerry was bad, but this would suck even worse.

Idk what you base the statement that Trump is "incredibly corrupt", Hillary sure but Trump is not corrupt that's why GOP wants get rid of him at all cost. They can't control him as much as Rubio/Jeb/insert random establishment shill. You're on point with being erratic in their positions though.
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That's a good line.

Mike Huckabee is momentarily relevant again!
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The dipshit who tried to attack Trump is already out of jail and giving interviews to CNN. What the hell?
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

The dipshit who tried to attack Trump is already out of jail and giving interviews to CNN. What the hell?

 

Did he actually attack him?  I thought he only jumped a barricade and ran towards the stage

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Hysterical multi-culti, PC liberals who are ready to get a felony in US for attacking a candidate are just as scary as any GOP tool.


P.S. Without election campaign reform and term limits the US is doomed to remain a horrid kleptocracy that is destabilising the World. If left unchecked it will implode and take most of the civilised world with it.
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that guy gives off serious Oswald vibes. something tells me we haven't seen the last of him, especially with CNN gleefully giving him his 15 minutes.
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

Idk what you base the statement that Trump is "incredibly corrupt", Hillary sure but Trump is not corrupt that's why GOP wants get rid of him at all cost. They can't control him as much as Rubio/Jeb/insert random establishment shill. You're on point with being erratic in their positions though.


We're talking about the guy, who when asked about his political donations, bragged in a thinly veiled way about his ability to bribe politicians.  One can be corrupt and not part of a major political party.

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Bernie can't even remain consistent for 30 seconds
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

that guy gives off serious Oswald vibes. something tells me we haven't seen the last of him, especially with CNN gleefully giving him his 15 minutes.

I think he's had other brushes with the law and the media. Isn't he basically a professional anti-Republican protester?
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