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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Surprise! The authorities are not going to prosecute the frivolous battery charge.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/13/politics/corey-lewandowski-donald-trump-charges-dropped/index.html

Now that the news cycle is over, no purpose in wasting the DA's resources on a clear loser case.
post #2192 of 8748
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

Surprise! The authorities are not going to prosecute the frivolous battery charge.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/13/politics/corey-lewandowski-donald-trump-charges-dropped/index.html

But, but: ".....it was the worst thing that happened to me next to the death of my father".....surely she is entitled to some compensation for her imaginary injury.....


P.S. The issue there was crappy security detail that Trump has. He , of course, would not bring that matter up...as in ..Whaaaat you promise to secure the borders but cannot secure 4 feet perimeter around yourself????
Those asholes who pose as Trump's security should have prevented that woman from getting inside his personal space while he is walking away from the event. Real sloppy work on their part, when campaign manager had to step in....and do their job.
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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post

But, but: ".....it was the worst thing that happened to me next to the death of my father".....surely she is entitled to some compensation for her imaginary injury.....

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She will probably write book about her harrowing experience. Something like "Jostled, But Unbroken"
post #2194 of 8748
^ nah, that's actually the story of your gross stupidity in the face of historical facts
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NY Post endorses Trump,

The Post endorses Donald Trump

http://nypost.com/2016/04/14/the-post-endorses-donald-trump/

I thought that the Murdoch owned Post didn't like Trump. I guess they liked Cruz or Kasich less.
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I thought it was a pretty good essay, then BAM, a huge, glaring typo. I mean, c'mon.
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

^ nah, that's actually the story of your gross stupidity in the face of historical facts
post #2198 of 8748
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Originally Posted by erictheobscure View Post

^ nah, that's actually the story of your gross stupidity in the face of historical facts

You're still keeping this beef close to your heart I see. Let it go, son.
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

NY Post endorses Trump,

The Post endorses Donald Trump

http://nypost.com/2016/04/14/the-post-endorses-donald-trump/

I thought that the Murdoch owned Post didn't like Trump. I guess they liked Cruz or Kasich less.

I get the impression that the conservative mainstream is finally moving into the "acceptance" phase of the Trumpening. Outside of a few unimportant, low level goons like Rick Wilson and the editorial staff of National Review, they are realizing that whether or not they like Trump, there's really no other option at this point.
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post


I get the impression that the conservative mainstream is finally moving into the "acceptance" phase of the Trumpening. Outside of a few unimportant, low level goons like Rick Wilson and the editorial staff of National Review, they are realizing that whether or not they like Trump, there's really no other option at this point.

 

The funny thing is, for the first time in months, it looks like Trump almost certainly won't have the delegates.  Nate Silver is projecting ~1100.  Trump's loss in WI hurt him bad, and the ND and CO un-elected delegates also didn't help.

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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

You're still keeping this beef close to your heart I see. Let it go, son.

You're right. It's better for my sanity if I just leave racist cretins be.

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Originally Posted by Medwed View Post


I believe you have me confused with harvey_birdman.
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Originally Posted by Pennglock View Post

That Tucker Carlson piece is astute.

Probably the most prescient and interesting commentator on the Trump phenomenon has been Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert. His blog posts on DT are essential reading..

Adams did a Reddit AMA wherein Adams lays out some possibilities on how Trump wins the election. Very insightful.

https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/4eglxx/i_am_scott_adams_a_trained_hypnotist_and_creator/
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this is old video but havent seen it before,
I always wondered why people like Carson or Christie would support Trump, my take is he is a different person than his TV persona, he must be nicer irl

Ben Carson looks like a decent person w/e his views are, but women on this show.... ugh combined IQ of 200 at most
Edited by wojt - 4/17/16 at 4:54am
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