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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

This might portend a "Disgusted Majority"

Donald Trump is a vulgar clown posing as a conservative, unmoored to any coherent ideology. He has generated unprecedented opposition and the contempt of people across the political spectrum. He is unbound to any principle other than his own appetite for adulation. And those very factors that make him so appalling also make him America’s only hope.

http://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2016/07/07/you-need-to-suck-it-up-and-vote-for-trump-n2188770

A Trump Presidency would certainly be an adversarial one and that might not be a bad thing.

 

Please stop providing SF's neanderthals fapping material.

post #3932 of 8748
libertarians are such killjoys
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post #3934 of 8748
Last year, a friend's company booked the Trump Soho for a conference this year - rooms, food, meeting rooms. .A month before the conference one of the attendees complained to HR that she would be uncomfortable in a Trump property. It got kicked up the chain to the CEO and legal. The event was cancelled. Kill fee? 75K.

lefty
post #3935 of 8748
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

Last year, a friend's company book

ed the Trump Soho for a conference this year - rooms, food, meeting rooms. .A month before the conference one of the attendees complained to HR that she would be uncomfortable in a Trump property. It got kicked up the chain to the CEO and legal. The event was cancelled. Kill fee? 75K.

lefty

No surprise. Better to lose 75K, than to let an employee suffer a micro-aggression.

Right?

PS: GOP Convention will be very interesting.
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

Last year, a friend's company booked the Trump Soho for a conference this year - rooms, food, meeting rooms. .A month before the conference one of the attendees complained to HR that she would be uncomfortable in a Trump property. It got kicked up the chain to the CEO and legal. The event was cancelled. Kill fee? 75K.

lefty

Considering we're talking about one of the two presidential candidates (ok, not yet...) this is rather in line with american practices, no?
post #3937 of 8748
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

No surprise. Better to lose 75K, than to let an employee suffer a micro-aggression.

Right?

PS: GOP Convention will be very interesting.

I bet you millions are using this nonsensical term with a straight face. Causing others macro-laughs. Nitwits.

Edited by Medwed - 7/11/16 at 10:27am
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Guys with birds

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GOP Convention So Far Not Exactly Brimming With Star Power

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/gop-convention-brimming-star-power-

"Trump has said it's important to put some "show biz" into the convention and blasted the Tampa meeting four years ago, as "the single most boring convention I've ever seen." For Cleveland, he told The Washington Post: "It should be a monumentally magnificent convention, and it should be brilliantly staged."

Despite Trump's long history in show business, film and TV stars haven't lined up behind him — at least publicly. His vocal supporters include Robert Davi (best known for action films like "Die Hard" and "Expendables 3"), Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey and Jon Voight, who praised Trump for having "no frills, no fuss, only candid truths." A representative for Voight said he would not be attending the convention."



Gonna be tough for the Trumpster.
post #3940 of 8748
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

GOP Convention So Far Not Exactly Brimming With Star Power

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/gop-convention-brimming-star-power-

"Trump has said it's important to put some "show biz" into the convention and blasted the Tampa meeting four years ago, as "the single most boring convention I've ever seen." For Cleveland, he told The Washington Post: "It should be a monumentally magnificent convention, and it should be brilliantly staged."

Despite Trump's long history in show business, film and TV stars haven't lined up behind him — at least publicly. His vocal supporters include Robert Davi (best known for action films like "Die Hard" and "Expendables 3"), Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey and Jon Voight, who praised Trump for having "no frills, no fuss, only candid truths." A representative for Voight said he would not be attending the convention."




Gonna be tough for the Trumpster.

 

Yeah if he gets Tom Brady all the balloons will be deflated.

post #3941 of 8748
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Originally Posted by NickCarraway View Post

Yeah if he gets Tom Brady all the balloons will be deflated.

post #3942 of 8748
He has been shooting so many people in the foot who wants to be near him?
post #3943 of 8748
New poll (conducted before Comey's statements) shows Trump leading in FL and PA, tied in OH.

http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-polls-ohio-pennsylvania-florida-2016-7
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All indications point to Pence getting the VP nod from Trump.
post #3945 of 8748
I'm still sticking to my prediction that Trump crushes her. Unless he makes a serious mistake, this is now his to lose.
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