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  • sebfrench76
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    You're in the ****,men!

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  • Trung Si
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    Originally posted by T. A. Gardner View Post
    A whole raft of celebrities are saying they'd move out of the US if Trump wins. Need a reason to vote for him? That's a pretty good one!

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/news/...ent/vi-BBsii8g
    Yea but they never make good on their promises, a couple come to mind when Bush was reelected.

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  • johns624
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    Originally posted by Massena View Post
    It's a no-go either way.

    Clinton is dishonest, money-grubbing, has blood on her hands and has committed multiple felonies regarding the mishandling of classified material, and done it deliberately by using her own server. She was also an incompetent secretary of state who accomplished nothing.

    Trump is a bigot, a demagogue, a mysoginist, wants torture to be US policy, wants to use nuclear weapons in the Middle East, states that he US Armed Forces will do what he tells them to, legal or not, and wants to murder civilians in the Middle East.

    That isn't a choice for president. It's a recipe for disaster. I won't, in good conscience, vote for either if they are nominated. I'll do a write in.

    Both are dishonorable, dishonest people, both of whom completely disgust me.
    Amen!!!

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  • Massena
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    It's a no-go either way.

    Clinton is dishonest, money-grubbing, has blood on her hands and has committed multiple felonies regarding the mishandling of classified material, and done it deliberately by using her own server. She was also an incompetent secretary of state who accomplished nothing.

    Trump is a bigot, a demagogue, a mysoginist, wants torture to be US policy, wants to use nuclear weapons in the Middle East, states that he US Armed Forces will do what he tells them to, legal or not, and wants to murder civilians in the Middle East.

    That isn't a choice for president. It's a recipe for disaster. I won't, in good conscience, vote for either if they are nominated. I'll do a write in.

    Both are dishonorable, dishonest people, both of whom completely disgust me.

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  • drivin-fool
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    I am not a Trump fan, but I will hold my nose and vote for him simply because we cannot afford another Clinton presidency. She has shown her incompetence over and over again.

    I believe Trump means well, and he may actually do a few good things, but my real hope is he will show the GOP leadership that they need to make some changes in their way of thinking.

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  • Jannie
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    I am conflicted also. I have supported Trump in the primaries because I know that he has been upsetting the GOPís apple cart. He is upsetting the traditional financiers of the party by financing himself up to this point and being a mostly independent of the money people. Their chosen candidates, Bush and Rubio, went no-where with lots of cash pushing them. Trump is true to himself and his beliefs, and he thinks that America is going to Hell in a Handbasket and he wants to do something about it, and some of that runs counter to Republican policies of the last 30 or 40 years.

    I always supported Trump with the intention of voting Democratic in the General Election and I may still do that, but his America First speech the other day is really enticing. I just like the fact that he is not as Conservative as many other GOP Candidates. I like the fact that he is not afraid to upset things a bit. I like the fact that he is more Eisenhower and dare I say it Nixon, than he is Reagan or Bush. I think he is my kind of Republican in an old fashioned way. However, I donít like his attitudes toward women and I donít like his rudeness toward those he considers hindrances to him. That can be very off-putting.

    Iíve been reading some things about how Bernie, even if he doesnít win the Democratic nomination, will be setting the Democratic agenda for some time.

    I think the same about Trumpóhe perhaps will be responsible for moderating some of the Republican policies, which I would like to see.

    Still months to go and a lot can happen before November.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by Bwaha View Post
    Looks likely to be the one I vote for. If he said he'd put her ass in prison you'd see a landslide...
    Yes, we would!

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  • Bwaha
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    Looks likely to be the one I vote for. If he said he'd put her ass in prison you'd see a landslide...

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    A whole raft of celebrities are saying they'd move out of the US if Trump wins. Need a reason to vote for him? That's a pretty good one!

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/news/...ent/vi-BBsii8g

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  • TactiKill J.
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    The reasons being given for voting Trump are sad. Can we raise our standards? Stop choosing between the lesser of two evils? Hillary and Trump will not be the only two candidates on the ticket. But, divisive party politics dictates that we must support our party's nomination even when the nomination is trash. Which ensures that the establishment will always win, as they spoon feed us two slightly different candidates in favor of the status quo every 4 years.

    If Trump wins he will kill the Republican party, maybe something better will come of it. But, most likely he'll only strengthen the democratic party like never before. Better to have Hillary head this sinking ship if need be and elect a real republican next go-round.

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  • Half Pint John
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    Jezzzez even give me Jimmy, NIXON pissed me off to the extreme but yes, crawl out of the hole or Ronnie. Damn I'm at the point that I wish GW or Obama could run.

    Nixon destroyed my faith in the GOP back then. Never forgave him or the GOP.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    I know you're thinking it might be a good choice...

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  • Half Pint John
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    It would sure be nice, wouldn't it. Don't blame the mess on me because I didn't vote for or that bitch

    People, we have a problem!

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Originally posted by Combat Engineer View Post
    Don't vote for Trump for the simple reason that he is going to be the GOP nominee.

    Don't vote for Clinton for the simple reason that she is going to be the Dem nominee.
    In short, don't vote.

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  • Cambronnne
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    Originally posted by Half Pint John View Post


    So she is the better politician. We all know that is something positive

    The Clinton foundation is a monument to political corruption.
    It was and is a brilliant scheme for making money.

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