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What are the odds that Trump implies that Bush and Clinton did 9/11 sometime in the next four weeks?

They were not involved in that act of international terrorism, but they've killed far more Americans than 9/11 hijackers.
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And then there is Bush Jr. who won twice. If the democrats had put out someone better to vote for I would have crossed party lines. You guys talk like the democrats are by default better. But both times your party put out, in competition, guys who were worse than one of the worse republican presidents ever.
Are you sayin John Kerry a decorated war vet was not a better person and politician than draft dodger, alcoholic and cokehead Bush Jr.? You gotta be kidding......
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Originally Posted by Numbernine View Post

I have a lot of FB connections in the south because I grew up there , anecdotal to be sure ,but most if not all the Trump support I see is due to the hatred of Obama and Hillary being seen as a part of that. Ranting about how Obama has destroyed their lives and this country between posts of nice families driving nice cars living in nice houses and going on vacations to Europe.
Bullshit, the last one is total bullshit. None of those people you've described have passports and if they did they would go to Caribbean cruise.
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Greger, you never said what positions you agreed/disagreed with trump on.
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also one of the biggest takeaways from this is that trumps campaign needs to employ better graphic designers, because goddamn ive seen local elections with better graphics

Well, he's probably spending the kid's inheritance at this point so it's all he can afford.
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Holy false equivalency Batman
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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Greger, you never said what positions you agreed/disagreed with trump on.

Perhaps there are some attitudes he has that I like. The day after the second debate he showed attitudes I don't like at all. Attitudes are part of how people make decisions. Mental thoughts are, what? Surface thoughts? What's under the surface? I think there is a lot of heart behind his achievements. Otherwise those achievements wouldn't have happened. I remember some types of proud that Americans had. Where are they? Why have people lost heart in America? Sure, there is some heart here. But it seems week and wimpy. He has drive Hillary doesn't have. He clearly wants America as big as it was. Hillary reminds me of a secretary helping the boss. Do you want a sorta useful secretary running the country? Or, should I say the welder that the company hired? If you need a quarter back. Do you hire someone with that mentality and skills? Or, someone who would like to have that famous position, knows a little bit about it, but doesn't really have what it takes? If you think that Trump is not dainty enough for the job? Well, Hillary isn't, either. There has to be more than words driving this country. A used secretary is not good enough.
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

He's been polling within or close to the margin of error during most of the election, sometimes beating her in more than half the swing states. When you consider that the media has mounted an unprecedented attack on him as a presidential candidate, claiming that Trump would likely be beating Hillary if she received honest treatment from the media is not delusional at all.

I don't think Trump or Hillary is "qualified" in the context of what I would want from a president, but it's going to be one or the other. I'm not sure what the implication is here by claiming Trump would be a disaster. Certainly it's not that Hillary wouldn't be a disaster.
This is correct. Trump's nomination is unfortunate proof that only an insignificant percentage of republicans want constitutional, small government. Or in the best case scenario, they truly do want small government but were too stupid to figure out that Trump wasn't the right guy.

God for some reason I hadn't put you in the greger medwed delusional camp and thought you were in the wojt comparatively reasonable camp

You think the unprecedented media attack has nothing to do with all the bullshit that Trump has spewed? The only reason Trump is losing is because MSM?

You're not sure if Trump would be a disaster?
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Originally Posted by greger View Post


Perhaps there are some attitudes he has that I like. The day after the second debate he showed attitudes I don't like at all. Attitudes are part of how people make decisions. Mental thoughts are, what? Surface thoughts? What's under the surface? I think there is a lot of heart behind his achievements. Otherwise those achievements wouldn't have happened. I remember some types of proud that Americans had. Where are they? Why have people lost heart in America? Sure, there is some heart here. But it seems week and wimpy. He has drive Hillary doesn't have. He clearly wants America as big as it was. Hillary reminds me of a secretary helping the boss. Do you want a sorta useful secretary running the country? Or, should I say the welder that the company hired? If you need a quarter back. Do you hire someone with that mentality and skills? Or, someone who would like to have that famous position, knows a little bit about it, but doesn't really have what it takes? If you think that Trump is not dainty enough for the job? Well, Hillary isn't, either. There has to be more than words driving this country. A used secretary is not good enough.

So its not his political positions at all, but rather his attitude and mentality that you like, am I correct?

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Also because Trump isn't a secretary, which Hillary naturally is because she's a woman.

Stay classy, Greger.
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Originally Posted by Numbernine View Post
 

Every now and then greger says something that makes sense  and then the Trump support thing rears its ugly head. I don't really share the whole Clinton/ Obama/ hate thing but if I did I would just have to sit it out there is no way I could bring myself to vote for that self serving clown

 

A broken watch is right 2 times a day

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Greger has nine published articles in Foreign Affairs under the pseudonym "Mike Honcho". True tale!
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post

Also because Trump isn't a secretary, which Hillary naturally is because she's a woman.

Stay classy, Greger.

AND GRAB HER RIGHT IN YHE PUSSY BRO!! #TRUMP16!!!!
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post


AND GRAB HER RIGHT IN YHE PUSSY BRO!! #TRUMP16!!!!

#MAGA

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Greger has nine published articles in Foreign Affairs under the pseudonym "Mike Honcho". True tale!

Hey! This is classified information! Top secret! See you hacked Hillary' email! Now, I'll have to hide twenty leagues under the sea until this blows over! At least there are nice mermaids down there.
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