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  • Clinton will win not enough people will go out and vote for Trump he's a foul person and that'll be his downfall.
    At least in 20 the Republicans should put up a better candidate and end the half assed Presidentcy that Clinton will run.

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    • Originally posted by VinceW View Post
      Clinton will win not enough people will go out and vote for Trump he's a foul person and that'll be his downfall.
      Except that is not what we are seeing at the polls. Trump is driving a huge Republican turnout, whereas the Democrats' has been depressed.

      Conventional assumptions do not apply this go around.

      Tuebor

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      • Originally posted by Tuebor View Post
        Except that is not what we are seeing at the polls. Trump is driving a huge Republican turnout, whereas the Democrats' has been depressed.

        Conventional assumptions do not apply this go around.

        Tuebor
        Clinton leads Trump in the polls and with Trump running for the Republicans it should motivate more Democrats to go out to vote just so that he doesn't win.

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        • Originally posted by VinceW View Post
          Clinton leads Trump in the polls and with Trump running for the Republicans it should motivate more Democrats to go out to vote just so that he doesn't win.
          That has long been my greatest fear!
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          • Originally posted by Trung Si View Post
            That has long been my greatest fear!
            You might have a bit of hope yet. People who hate Trump and love Hilary might mobilize. Does anyone love Hilary? Bill doesn't even love Hilary.

            Were Sanders the candidate, I think that would be more of a concern. People love him! I like him! I won't vote him, but I like him!

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            • Originally posted by VinceW View Post
              Clinton leads Trump in the polls and with Trump running for the Republicans it should motivate more Democrats to go out to vote just so that he doesn't win.
              Historically Democrats lead the polls of the "national race" during the primaries regardless if the Democratic candidate wins or not.

              The "national polls" always closes considerably by the November elections so don't take them to mean too much at this point.

              Also bear in mind that the GOP candidates are not yet running against her, when they do, the polls will close and perhaps flip.

              Also, there is continuing evidence that Hillary is currently over polling.

              Does this mean a Trump victory? No, but neither does it indicate a Clinton victory. IOW, meaningless.

              Tuebor

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              • Originally posted by Biscuit View Post
                You might have a bit of hope yet.
                Did some dumbass promise some hope and change eight years ago?

                People who hate Trump and love Hilary might mobilize.
                Only to be beat down by Trump supporters.

                Does anyone love Hilary?
                I once did. Then she started to look like a man.

                Bill doesn't even love Hilary.
                Yes he does. Billary is all about self loving!

                Were Sanders the candidate, I think that would be more of a concern. People love him! I like him! I won't vote him, but I like him!
                He is like that umbrella salesman that reminds you of Santa is a strange way.
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                • I expect Hillary will win, not because people like her but for 2 reasons: 1) a substantial number of Republicans will vote 3rd party, stay home, or even vote for Hillary should Trump win the nomination and 2) She's not Trump - and this is all that will matter to Blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, etc. There are already indications that Hispanic voter registration in states like Florida, Nevada, etc is through the roof and I can't imagine why.

                  The good news, losing to Clinton will likely force the GOP to become more centrist and pragmatic and ditch the White nationalist bigots, conspiracy theorists, and all around kooks.

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                  • Man you really are a one trick pony aren't you? Always about the white nationalist bigots with you. Sad.

                    Also you might want to check your facts there since most of what you've said is wrong. Check voter enthusiasm and turnout statistics again. I'll give you a hint they don't favor Hillary. But hwy maybe after the Democrats lose it'll force them to become more centrist and pragmatic and ditch the multicultural socialist bigots.
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                    • And you're a "head in the sand ostrich".

                      Racism doesn't exist in the US in your world. Yeah right.
                      Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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                      • I'm not a great fan, but Trump is a salesman, and he is electrifying voters.

                        Hillary is not a good campaigner, which is why the DNP put Bobo up against in '08, and Sanders now. She is old-school, dull, bland, and saddled with her SecState foul-ups and Bill, who keeps shooting them both in the foot.

                        She is also the most hated person in the GOP lexicon. She will drum out more GOP voters than anything else.

                        An important factor is that both Trump and Hillary are from New York, but Trump is closer to being a native. Hillary will have to fight to secure her 'home' state. Christie is solidly in Trump's camp, and may well deliver a blue state to Trump's cause in November.

                        All the wailing about racism (ironic given that it is white guys doing it) is pointless. The DNP owns the eroding black vote anyway. Hispanics as a group lean towards the GOP and are responding to his tough talk and economic sense.

                        Face it: there's only two choices for 2016, so pick the one you think you can live with.
                        Any man can hold his place when the bands play and women throw flowers; it is when the enemy presses close and metal shears through the ranks that one can acertain which are soldiers, and which are not.

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                        • I'm not sure that having Christie's backing is a plus. He won't even deliver New Jersey.

                          Gov. Chris Christie’s approval rating in New Jersey sits at its lowest point since taking office, tying the 30 percent mark registered last June, according to the latest poll from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Public Mind released on Wednesday.

                          Christie’s disapproval rating clocks in at 61 percent, the polls found. About 54 percent of Republicans approve of the governor and 37 percent disapprove. About 77 percent of Democrats and 61 percent of independents said they disapprove.
                          http://www.capitalnewyork.com/articl...y-lowest-point

                          Not good.
                          Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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                          • All the Trump bashing will give it to Hillary, which means we are all dead meat.
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                            • Originally posted by ChrisF1987 View Post
                              The good news, losing to Clinton will likely force the GOP to become more centrist and pragmatic and ditch the White nationalist bigots, conspiracy theorists, and all around kooks.
                              God, i hope so. I want to go back to being an Independent. Republicans today make me so left I can't even see my right side.
                              Conservatives in the U.S. won't be happy until Jim Crow returns and "White Heterosexual Only" signs are legalized.

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