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Jake's Trump Thread -- Make America Great Again


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Bernie could have five minutes in the limelight by denouncing Hillary Clinton then it would be game over for him politically

 

Baloney.

 

That septuagenarian can remain a force for Democratic Socialism just as long as he's able to get out of bed in the mornings. You're making the same mistake all the old-time establishment types keep making - you think Bernie cares about himself and his future.

 

He cares about preaching a better way. He could join the Greens, take ten million millennials with him to that Party, and stay a force in the transformation of America for years.

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- you think Bernie cares about himself and his future.

 

 

 

I don't think that at all.  He's doing what he thinks is right for the country at this moment in time.  You may think he is going about it wrong but I sure don't.

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He could team up with Jill Stein and be genuine. Bernie has sold out. Money talks.

 

 

You must be very proud of Ted Cruz for not selling out and blindly endorsing Trump, no matter what he really thinks of him, Jake.

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I don't think that at all.  He's doing what he thinks is right for the country at this moment in time.  You may think he is going about it wrong but I sure don't.

 

 

"Wrong" is not what I said - at all.

 

I answered your ridiculous assertion that if he doesn't tow the Democratic Party line his political "career" is finished. To repeat myself - baloney.

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I'm surprised almost 85% of Bernie supporters will vote for Hillary. They are the ones selling out in this.

 

Well, Bernie's not running any more. So how are they "selling out" if he's not available to be voted for?

 

Would it not be a truer "selling out" if they were to switch their vote to Republican?

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 Bernie has sold out. Money talks.

 

Funny, Sanders has done exactly what every Republican and Trumpite, especially on this site, expected all the GOP candidates to do. Cruz has been viciously attacked  for not specifically saying:  I Endorse Trump.

Right for a Republican, but wrong for a Democrat?

BTW, Where are Trump's Tax Returns?

LYING DONNIE; CROOKED DONNIE

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I guess I've had enough about Trumps taxes. O wait, Let's have some fun, Vautrin, Princess, James, and Lawrence.
 
How about taking that high powered perception of yours, that lack of patience, that desire to criticize and find fault about Trumps taxes and turn that same High powered perception to Hillary's unwillingness to release those speeches to the Goldman Sachs Bank. Lets see Boys and Girls if you can be fair and balanced.

 

 

I don't give a **** about Hillary's speeches, just like I already said I don't personally give a **** about Trump's taxes. My opinion of both won't change; I still won't like either of them.

 

Oh wait, were you under the assumption that because I think Trump is a raging [...], that must mean I like Hillary? 

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Well, Bernie's not running any more. So how are they "selling out" if he's not available to be voted for?

 

Would it not be a truer "selling out" if they were to switch their vote to Republican?

 

Why would they vote for a person who rigged the system against them, this was not only done by the DNC. Does anyone really think out of the clear blue the DNC just picked Hillary? They already have emails showing who Hillary would appoint to certain posts for campaign contributions. Kind of like the Lincoln bedroom being sold back in the Clinton presidency.

 

They knew Bernie supporters would vote for Clinton regardless of how he is treated and that is how they handled the campaign. The VP pick also shows Bernie has zero input in what they do now. it isn't a coincidence that no other high profile candidate ran against Hillary. This year she was the one and Bernie had almost zero chance of winning.

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So, no Trump supporter has answered my question:  What exactly is this new law and order country of yours going to look like?  How is it going to work and how is the President the one to do its makeover?

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So, no Trump supporter has answered my question:  What exactly is this new law and order country of yours going to look like?  How is it going to work and how is the President the one to do its makeover?

First, in another display of his total ignorance of government and America Mr. Trump made a vague allusion to something he cannot accomplish.  That's why there are no details or specifics.

Second, If he could, it would look like Germany under the Nazis, Russia under the Communists and assorted South American and African dictatorships.

CROOKED  DONNIE

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But it is laughable.  It's just too bad and a tad unfathomable that more than half of Americans are now polling in Trump's camp.  I think that says more about Hillary than it does him, unfortunately.

It does.  Everyone I know personally that is "for Trump" is only because they either hate Obama or Hillary or all Democrats.  Most even admit it.

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So, no Trump supporter has answered my question:  What exactly is this new law and order country of yours going to look like?  How is it going to work and how is the President the one to do its makeover?

 

I'm not a Trump supporter but in my opinion America won't look any different with Trump as President than it does now.

 

The only difference will be in the Presidential comments made after cops kill a black or a black kills a cop. Rather than thoughtful-sounding, slow-spoken philosophical musings we'll get carnival-barking mindlessness. Either will have the same degree of effect on us, which is nada.

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Or that he's not really the billionaire that he claims to be???

I don't think there's any doubt that Trump is a billionaire.

The question is how much of a billionaire. Most reporters

who have looked into the matter think he is worth around

five billion, give or take some millions. Trump says he is

worth about twice that, ten billion.

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I guess I've had enough about Trumps taxes. O wait, Let's have some fun, Vautrin, Princess, James, and Lawrence.
 
How about taking that high powered perception of yours, that lack of patience, that desire to criticize and find fault about Trumps taxes and turn that same High powered perception to Hillary's unwillingness to release those speeches to the Goldman Sachs Bank. Lets see Boys and Girls if you can be fair and balanced.

 

The issue of Donny's taxes may only be starting. It all matters how

much the Dems want to make of it, and they will likely mention it

fairly often. I would like to see those GS speeches too. Maybe Trump

and Clinton can both release their respective "secrets" on the same

day.

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I hope Trump doesn't make any kind of agreement with Hillary, because that's not keeping to his word, he needs to release them without any strings attached. Thanks for your post. Two down, Two to go.

 

I'm pretty sure he's already made his deal with her and Bubba.

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I hope Trump doesn't make any kind of agreement with Hillary, because that's not keeping to his word, he needs to release them without any strings attached. Thanks for your post. Two down, Two to go.

 

His original word was no problem, they're big and beautiful. His second

word was being audited prevented him from releasing them. His third word

is that he'll release them after the audit is over. Not sure what his fourth

word will be.

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I hope Trump doesn't make any kind of agreement with Hillary, because that's not keeping to his word, he needs to release them without any strings attached. Thanks for your post. Two down, Two to go.

 

 

Hey,  I'm like Larry,  in that I'm not a Hillary supporter and I have been critical of her in other threads.    I plan on voting for Gary Johnson.   So that should make one to go.

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Hey,  I'm like Larry,  in that I'm not a Hillary supporter and I have been critical of her in other threads.    I plan on voting for Gary Johnson.   So that should make one to go.

 

Of the 4 running, Johnson would be my 2nd choice.

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Hey,  I'm like Larry,  in that I'm not a Hillary supporter and I have been critical of her in other threads.    I plan on voting for Gary Johnson.   So that should make one to go.

 

Me, too, James.  While I'm obviously philosophically more in line with Stein, her lack of previous relevant experience is a huge negative for me.  The two-governor ticket of Johnson/Weld should draw voters from both the Dems and Republicans, while Stein would only appeal to disaffected Dems most likely.  I took the quiz at istandwith.com, and agreed with him on 70% of the issues (most of them social, of course).  That's good enough for me this time around.

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