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  1. #17896
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    I don't think Trump will claim any credit for defeating himself LOL.

    Only Trump would portrayal himself as a soulless death-dealing super Tyrant.

    Freud slip much, Donnie T?
    Last edited by WES445; 01-11-2020 at 02:28 AM.

  2. #17897
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    Is Trump’s re-election “inevitable” or “imminent” or just “probable?”

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    I'm trying to make sure I have this correct. The person that is the so called founder of the green new deal is supporting a guy for 2020 that uses a private jet to fly across the country, has 3 homes without renewable energy and won't partner up with other passengers on his private jet.

    And who are the hypocrites?
    You say that as if it's a bad thing? Odd take from your position, but he's the hypocrite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Either care about all of it like a decent human being or shut the **** up and stop selective outrage based on whether it serves your political purposes.

    a person is smart. people are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals.
    #TrumpDerangementSyndrome
    the anti-Trump movement seems to be getting dumber

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crovash View Post
    Is Trump’s re-election “inevitable” or “imminent” or just “probable?”
    Probable bordering on inevitable. He’s an incumbent with a strong economy. I put the odds 55/45 to 60/40 he gets re-elected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Probable bordering on inevitable. He’s an incumbent with a strong economy. I put the odds 55/45 to 60/40 he gets re-elected.

    While I was making fun of the administration’s gradual deflating description of the the Soleimani attack, I suspect you are right.

    The economy is strong, we killed a bad guy, the stock market is up, unemployment is down, corporations are getting fatter (as are most people), opioids are rampant, abortion is for all intents and purposes soon to be outlawed, the media is having a field day, fewer people are insured for health care, guns remain readily accessible, the environment is going into the crapper, and a large portion of the population have been entertained by — and essentially live vicariously through — a depraved nitwit...ter.

    Yes, indeed, he will probably win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    I'm trying to make sure I have this correct. The person that is the so called founder of the green new deal is supporting a guy for 2020 that uses a private jet to fly across the country, has 3 homes without renewable energy and won't partner up with other passengers on his private jet.

    And who are the hypocrites?
    Yes, if anyone has ever driven a car in their life they should not be allowed an opinion on the economy. Because that makes sense. And when it comes to making sense broncomo is the good!

    Using a jet is commonplace for an American politician, just how using a cellphone or car is for an American worker.
    RAIDERS, SHARKS, WARRIORS

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    "God is Universal he is the Ruler Universal" - gangstarr (rip guru), robbin hood theory

    "don't gain the world and lose your soul, wisdom is better than silver and gold" - bob marley, zion train

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    Where is this money going again? We need to see those tax returns ASAP.


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    Interesting article in Business Insider, quoting the Wall Street Journal. Said that Trump killed Soleimani in part to get on the good side of GOP Senators that coincidentally will be jurors for his impeachment trial. The WSJ article is behind a pay wall, so I can't quote it, but here are some of the BI summary.

    President Donald Trump told associates that he assassinated Iran's top military leader last week in part to appease Republican senators who will play a crucial role in his Senate impeachment trial, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
    In a lengthy piece detailing how the president's top advisers coalesced behind the strike on Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani, The Journal reported that Trump had told associates he felt pressure from the senators.

  10. #17905
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    Serious question for Trump supporters:

    At this point, what would Trump have to say or do in order to lose your vote for him. Seriously, what would happen where you would go “nah man, I can’t support that”?

    Keep in mind, I’m not saying you vote democrat. Maybe it’s a third party vote or no vote or whatever.

    What is the thing he could do to lose your vote? Where is the bottom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    Where is this money going again? We need to see those tax returns ASAP.

    Selling our arm forces to foreign interest. They should put that on the recruiter poster

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    Trump campaign adviser George Nader pleaded guilty to child porn, sex trafficking.

    Nader was first charged in June 2019 with transporting and possessing pornographic images of children including some featuring toddler-age boys, baby goats and other farm animals. A month later in July, prosecutors added a sex-trafficking charge, saying Nader had arranged the transport to his Washington home of a 14-year-old boy from the Czech Republic in February 2000.

    This is actually the third person associated with Trump's campaign to to be charged with sex trafficking in the last two years.

    The best people. Only the best people.

    By the way this wasn't Nader's first incident. He spent a year in jail in Prague for sexually abusing boys before Trump hired him.
    Last edited by Sofnr; 01-14-2020 at 05:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Serious question for Trump supporters:

    At this point, what would Trump have to say or do in order to lose your vote for him. Seriously, what would happen where you would go “nah man, I can’t support that”?

    Keep in mind, I’m not saying you vote democrat. Maybe it’s a third party vote or no vote or whatever.

    What is the thing he could do to lose your vote? Where is the bottom?
    What is never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Serious question for Trump supporters:

    At this point, what would Trump have to say or do in order to lose your vote for him. Seriously, what would happen where you would go “nah man, I can’t support that”?

    Keep in mind, I’m not saying you vote democrat. Maybe it’s a third party vote or no vote or whatever.

    What is the thing he could do to lose your vote? Where is the bottom?
    Something that clearly hurts the United States. After three years, he hasn't done anything to hurt the US.

    You can point to trade with China…but he and many others believe that will work out in our favor in the long run.

    You can point to strained relations, but who really cares if some of these other countries don't like us. They will like us when they need us. Trump understands this.

    You can point to pulling us out of the Paris climate agreement, but a lot of people agree with that move as it over penalized the US and went way too easy on other countries.

    What Trump haters never seem to get is this……

    Trump always puts the US first. Obama apologized for us. Bush dragged us into a war. Clinton appeased other countries way too much. Trump puts the US first and everyone else be damned.

    Trump campaigned to be president when he didn't need the job. If anything the Pres of the US is a step down and his life would have been better had he not run at all (something to think about with Steyer and Bloomie). That fact would indicate an aggressive desire to make a difference. Obama and Clinton turned the presidency into a money making machine. As for the Bushes…lifetime politicians with this in their blood. Trump is not like other politicians.

    Trump does not come off as an annoying elitist (see Clinton, Hillary). People relate to him. I listen to Trump and I don't feel him looking down on me or anyone (see Clinton, Hillary). Trump supporters see him as someone who would sit down and have a beer with them. Trump haters never get this point.

    Trump takes the bull by the horns and gets the job done (seeS oliemani). Scrapped the ridiculous Iran agreement. Scrapped NAFTA. People appreciate this approach as this is how many run their own lives.

    As I said before……if the Trumps lived on one side of me and the Obamas lived on the other, I would be friends with the Obamas but I would want Trump on the homeowners board. (Plus I would be living in a pretty nice neighborhood.)

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    Trump puts himself first. That’s been very clear for a long time.


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