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Great, now trumpites go all out with the anti-Semitism
http://www.haaretz.com/wwwMobileSite/world-news/u-s-election-2016/1.720610?v=027DE44FDE5E42E4E4069D9FC0CF5152

In other news, he will soon be enlightening us with his views on that giant hoax, global warming
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

Great, now trumpites go all out with the anti-Semitism
http://www.haaretz.com/wwwMobileSite/world-news/u-s-election-2016/1.720610?v=027DE44FDE5E42E4E4069D9FC0CF5152

In other news, he will soon be enlightening us with his views on that giant hoax, global warming

Great arguement some trolls on internet posted mean things about some writer, this reflects so bad on Trump whose daughter Ivanka converted to judaism. Clearly he is a nazi in disguise, no he is literally Hitler!!!
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Woukd hillary picking sanders as vp give her a huge boost?

After what we've seen so far it is unlikely Hillary would offer him VP it is also unlikely that Sanders would accept. If Hillary wanted to kiss ass of progressive base on the left she could nominate Elisabeth Warren.
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Interesting video:

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Edited by wojt - 5/20/16 at 6:03am
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So what is the narrative going to be for antisemitism in this election cycle? I ask as it has to be a carefully created narrative such that the blatant antisemitism of the left wing establishment in academia is not undermined while still saying it's horrible when Trump supports display it.
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For the three people not following Takei.

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So what is the narrative going to be for antisemitism in this election cycle? I ask as it has to be a carefully created narrative such that the blatant antisemitism of the left wing establishment in academia is not undermined while still saying it's horrible when Trump supports display it.

https://www.google.com/search?site=&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1477&bih=1217&q=yawn
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Climbing mountain is good qualification for president.

 

Compared to Trump's and Clinton's records, yes it is.

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yeah 13% dream on, if he reaches 3% in actual elections i'll be very surprised

 

55% of Americans Want Independent to Run Against Trump, Clinton

http://theantimedia.org/majority-want-independent-trump-clinton/

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How many of them know who is Gary Johnson, and how many could even name one or two of his positions? Yeah almost noobdy wants trump or clinton but it doesn't mean they would just vote for a 3rd party they dont care about.
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How many of them know who is Gary Johnson, and how many could even name one or two of his positions?

 

That's the fault of the media and the debate commission.  If 55% of the public wants to hear something, why aren't these outlets meeting that need?

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That's the fault of the media and the debate commission.  If 55% of the public wants to hear something, why aren't these outlets meeting that need?

 

There's a difference between stated preferences and revealed preferences.  Ask a bunch of people if they would buy some new product, and a lot more people will say yes then actually will purchase.

 

This whole Donald Trump show is hilarious because people talk about hating Trump, but the news networks haven't seen better ratings.

As an even more hilarious aside is how Trump supporters complain about how the media isn't covering Trump (or covering him fairly).

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There's a difference between stated preferences and revealed preferences.  Ask a bunch of people if they would buy some new product, and a lot more people will say yes then actually will purchase.

That's what the conventional wisdom was on Trump prior to the start of the primaries.
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

So what is the narrative going to be for antisemitism in this election cycle? I ask as it has to be a carefully created narrative such that the in academia is not undermined while still saying it's horrible when Trump supports display it.

LOLOLL. This does not exist, especially in the USA. TBH antisemitism itself is hardly a problem in the US. Sure Trump will get some of the out there guys who read the protocol of Zion, won't push them away, acting like a caricature of the Republican establishment, who wouldn't go that far but take some measures fo preserve the big tent. Even that cretin is still not an antisemite, he's too busy working on racism that can really get the american electorate going.

note: you changed your post it seems, you were mentionning some blatant antisemitism as the mark of the left elites or something equally silly. Let ,me know if I misunderstood and I'll edit, post might not make sense anymore.
Edited by Fuuma - 5/21/16 at 10:09pm
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No, stupid. He means "how will the left twist something into marking Trump as an antisemite?" He's not suggesting antisemitism is an actual thing in the US aside from the Aryan Fist in prison. Or Hand. Aryan Hand. One of those. Or the Nation of Islam. Definitely that one.
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