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At least we don't have the, "One heart beat away..." bullshit this cycle.

Does anyone believe either of the candidates is a real human being with a beating heart?
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n/m

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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

Hillary Trump Sanders, for a while it's been clear nobody else has a chance

 

debate sites plan for a third podium

 

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/debates-clinton-trump-johnson-stein-226806#ixzz4GqCgzUZz

 

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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

At least we don't have the, "One heart beat away..." bullshit this cycle.

 

true, but speaking of cold hash i've been lolzing at the "goldwatering" of trump

 

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debate sites plan for a third podium




http://www.politico.com/story/2016/08/debates-clinton-trump-johnson-stein-226806#ixzz4GqCgzUZz




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Who are you defining as "major candidates in these elections"? Bernie is old and crazy looking, but otherwise came across as reasonably healthy (whereas Trump looks like a heart attack or aneurysm about to pop). As we move down the list to the next tier of folks Cruz, Rubio, and Jeb all seem reasonably healthy. Kasich seems to be in pretty good shape. O'Malley? Fiorina? Christie is obviously a gross fat Load-Too-Fat-To-Sit-A-Horse, but he was never a major candidate under any reasonable definition and can always go back and re-do his surgery.



Strange, I thought Bernie looked like he could burst a blood vessel at anytime too.

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Strange, I thought Bernie looked like he could burst a blood vessel at anytime too.

Yeah, I could see that.

Apropros of nothing in particular, I'm reminded of my dad's explanation for his main objection to Bernie.

My dad spent most of his career working in the public sector with a focus on housing/land use/development issues. As a result, he attended countless city council/community forum meetings to explain/defend various proposals to "interested" members of the community. He said he'd had scolding fingers wagged at him by angry old dudes with crazy hair so many times in his life that he had traumatic flashbacks every time he saw footage of Bernie speaking.
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Nomenklatura
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http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/08/09/orlando-shooters-father-attends-hillary-rally-calls-gun-control/

Maybe instead of taking away our rights, we could have considered changing another policy that would have prevented his son from killing 49 people.

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http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/08/09/orlando-shooters-father-attends-hillary-rally-calls-gun-control/

Maybe instead of taking away our rights, we could have considered changing another policy that would have prevented his son from killing 49 people.


Which policy is that?

And is there some actual relevance that the father of the shooter attended a rally, or are you just being a breitbart/Hannity whore without even understanding what you're posting, per usual?
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lefty

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You might say Hillary was "extremely careless" in seating him directly behind her. But he does help fill some quotas for the camera.
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Originally Posted by Ataturk View Post

You might say Hillary was "extremely careless" in seating him directly behind her. But he does help fill some quotas for the camera.

What a shock, Ataturk goes with the racist comment.
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What a shock, Ataturk goes with the racist comment.

To be fair I don't think it's necessarily racist to take note that politics is largely about optics, and if a (D) is behind your name, you better not have an all white crowd. The Bern was taken to task more than once about having an all white crowd.
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Yeah, I'm the racist, not the Clinton campaign that carefully sorts people by race for better pictures.
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