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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-dating-young-girl_us_57fece56e4b0e8c198a5f971

In 10 years i'll grab that pussy!!! #TRUMP16!!
post #6197 of 8748
The gravity of Clinton transgressions and criminal activity is so much more important than juvenile pronouncements of Trump that one has to wonder ....

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-dating-young-girl_us_57fece56e4b0e8c198a5f971

In 10 years i'll grab that pussy!!! #TRUMP16!!

Tis is the type of bullshit that matters to Amer. public and will put real criminal in WH.
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what proof is there of any transgression deserving of severe punishment?

how are you not satisfied after 2 years of investigations by the republicans, several dozen hours of hearings, several hundred pages of reports nobody is really going to read only to not be able to file even a misdemeanor charge?

how many more years of this BS do we have to endure before a republican finally acknowledges there is no case here, we've been through libya, benghazi, the emails, the clinton foundation donations and still nothing. like what is new



it's so disheartening to see half my country devolve into conspiracy theories as a legitimate way to voice their political opinion. what happened to presidential elections that were about differences in policies in ways to lead the country. trump can't even articulate anything about his health care policy beyond block grants to states and allowing companies to sell policies in all states at the standard of the state with the least standards. like literally all he knows about it. god i'll even take ryan paul's health care policy over this and it basically also has those two same things

i'm so fucking tired of listening about the latest sexual assault comment video and the horror and shock that follows. why can't we talk about real things instead of worry about this clown
post #6199 of 8748
Clinton is not a convicted criminal is that your point? Hardly qualifiying criteria to get the job.
She proved again and again to be a liar and a crook who failed as Senator and Secretary of State spectacularly. Whether she ever ends up in jail is immaterial. What matters is that she is not qualified to get this job or any job period. Her resume and character is beyond bad.
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it's insane that even after all this you're trying to pin it on a vast media conspiracy that is in this solely because they're pro democratic and anti republican as if the news coverage has nothing to do with things that are actually happening in the real world

There's a real false balance appeal coming out from Trump supporters right now. They understand that Trump says and does a lot of unacceptable shit, that's part of his appeal. But it bothers them that those things have political consequences.

The response, apparently, is that it's the media's fault for covering those things and hurting Trump. So that means A) the media is being unfair by covering those things B) it's especially unfair that they haven't done blanket coverage of whatever things Trump supporters don't like about Clinton, so as to balance out the effect on Trump's polling and keep him competitive.
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Clinton is not a convicted criminal is that your point? Hardly qualifiying criteria to get the job.
She proved again and again to be a liar and a crook who failed as Senator and Secretary of State spectacularly. Whether she ever ends up in jail is immaterial. What matters is that she is not qualified to get this job or any job period. Her resume and character is beyond bad.

How has she "proven to be a crook" if she's never been convicted of a crime? Clearly you have rather different standards of proof than the legal system does.

For that matter, how did she 'fail spectacularly as a Senator'?



People are just saying shit about Clinton at this point. There are legit beefs, but the degree of hysteria some people have in hating Clinton is amazing.
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Clinton is not a convicted criminal is that your point? Hardly qualifiying criteria to get the job.
She proved again and again to be a liar and a crook who failed as Senator and Secretary of State spectacularly. Whether she ever ends up in jail is immaterial. What matters is that she is not qualified to get this job or any job period. Her resume and character is beyond bad.

comments like this and worse, usually in absurd foxnews soundbites or memes but still often in mystifyingly inane blurbs like the above, which are hardly more productive, have demonstrated to me beyond a doubt that a large part of the american populace is irreconcilably and irredeemably ignorant, hateful, misogynistic and very likely racist. clinton was incorrect about the basket of deplorables only inasmuch as she vastly underestimated its size.
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If and when Trump loses this election no matter the scrutiny and contrary to any evidence his supporters will cry foul and conspiracy. Thats because Trump is a blamer, he attracts blamers and finger pointers and they will never allow themselves to be responsible for their own actions. If I were a worrier thats what I would worry about

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If and when Trump loses this election no matter the scrutiny and contrary to any evidence his supporters will cry foul and conspiracy. Thats because Trump is a blamer, he attracts blamers and finger pointers and they will never allow themselves to be responsible for their own actions. If I were a worrier thats what I would worry about

Trump has been blaming any possible defeat on fraud for awhile now. It's just another facet of how his kind of populist strongman nonsense is corrosive to democracy. People want to talk about Clinton's supposed corruption and whatnot, but Trump is eating away at the basic cornerstones of American democracy. How are we supposed to be a model for neutral elections when a major candidate is claiming fraud before any votes have even been cast?


Trump's concession speech, or lack thereof, is going to be fascinating.
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5) how hillary and the DNC conspired to keep Bernie out

I actually believe this and DWS stepping down without much of a fight just makes me more sure it's the case. The Wikileaks emails, unless totally fabricated by Putin himself, are rather damning.

The only good thing I can say about the superdelegate system is that if the Repubs had it we might not have Trump running right now.

I also think the conspiracy/invalid election/stolen election ship sailed back in Y2K and it's not coming back to port anytime soon.
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The Wikileaks emails, unless totally fabricated by Putin himself, are rather damning.
 

Speaking of this - whats up with the wikileaks/putin narrative?

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Trump has been blaming any possible defeat on fraud for awhile now. It's just another facet of how his kind of populist strongman nonsense is corrosive to democracy. People want to talk about Clinton's supposed corruption and whatnot, but Trump is eating away at the basic cornerstones of American democracy. How are we supposed to be a model for neutral elections when a major candidate is claiming fraud before any votes have even been cast?


Trump's concession speech, or lack thereof, is going to be fascinating.

How does that compare with the Democrats' constant, hysterical claims of voter suppression over things like voter ID and early voting laws? "Cut from six weeks before the election to four weeks!? Racist!"
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Speaking of this - whats up with the wikileaks/putin narrative?

It's a pretty good deflection at the very least. The Clinton camp is getting pretty good at framing email concerns.
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How does that compare with the Democrats' constant, hysterical claims of voter suppression over things like voter ID and early voting laws? "Cut from six weeks before the election to four weeks!? Racist!"

we already went over this, with logical reasons, quotes, etc and you never responded.

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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

I actually believe this and DWS stepping down without much of a fight just makes me more sure it's the case. The Wikileaks emails, unless totally fabricated by Putin himself, are rather damning.

The only good thing I can say about the superdelegate system is that if the Repubs had it we might not have Trump running right now.

I also think the conspiracy/invalid election/stolen election ship sailed back in Y2K and it's not coming back to port anytime soon.

It's pretty obvious that the DNC preferred Clinton, and no shit, of course they would. The Democratic National Committee wanted the actual Democrat to be President? Astonishing.

But it's not at all obvious that they actually did anything. They discussed some tactics, but I haven't seen where any of it translated into inappropriate activity much less fraud or corruption. Certainly they weren't equally advocating for Sanders, but it's not really obvious that they had any obligation to do that.
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