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Old 09-18-2016, 10:26 PM
 
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Oh, and OP, you're very welcome to visit us if Trump wins... Although I wouldn't really recommend it. In fact, I'd rather flee to my corrupt, third-world homeland than remain in Trump's USA as a female minority. I'd be safer there.
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Old 09-18-2016, 10:52 PM
 
Location: H-town, TX.
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Just based on their pure policy experience - both Clinton and Obama are already more qualified than Trump from the get go. Sure, you could say Trump's an "outsider" and he doesn't need experience to govern, but are you really willing to gamble to fate of the largest economy in the world, the largest military and nuclear weapons stock in the world, in the hands of a man as unstable and temperamental as Trump, someone who looks up to Putin and Mussolini as role models and has listed Hitler's biography as one of his favorite reads? If it's a normal business transaction like investing in real estate, I could care less. But in this case, we are talking about the lives of 300+ million citizens and profound effects on all nations worldwide.

IMHO, anyone who's willing to consider Trump a legitimate candidate should seriously re-examine what they truly want our world to become. Clinton's political correctness may be an annoyance to some, but it is a hell lot better than blatant racism, hate, intolerance, xenophobia, and homophobia.
Really? What do you have against brown Semites in the middle east? Hillary and Yeb! both want to interfere in the middle east some more. Hell, Hillary is just itching to get at Russia. Imagine a Parkinson's freeze right onto that red button! At least Yeb! low energies himself out of the race very early on.

If you really think another round of lawyers running the USA is fine and dandy, you're lost.

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They are both no angels... but Trump just has a nack for for saying things to annoy and often people. At least Hilary actually has experience and knows how to be diplomatic. Trump is just running his mouth like a school yard bully.
Once again, Hillary's experience is at sucking at her job. Let's move on. Please.

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So I'm hoping that Clinton takes the presidency, she's less offensive and whether she's corrupt or not, she has more experience and I think her supporters are a lot more stable than Trump's supporters are.

I also hope that America will learn an important lesson from this election.

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We are. Enough bombing of Serbs to hand Kosovo to Muslims, bombing the middle east just to please Israel and enough of another Clinton selling off classified info. More experience as a traitor...GTFO with that junk.

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An anonymous person heard that.. whatever. Plus, it's Huff... the Breibart of the Left.

I am not Trump supporter - I do think that having so many Clintons and Bushes in the top positions for the past 30 years has been detrimental to our democracy. Dynasty and democracy don't mix well.
Someone gets it! Why is everyone else failing at this???

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I think you're missing the big picture. Yes gun crime has declined in the US, but it will take decades of continual decline to even get close to other developed countries.

"Americans are 10 times more likely to be killed by guns than people in other developed countries, a new study finds."



"Even though it has half the population of the other 22 nations combined, the United States accounted for 82 percent of all gun deaths."

How U.S. gun deaths compare to other countries - CBS News
Blacks are 13% of US population and responsible for 52% of crime. Not that the Jews in the media, a la CBS, would want to undermine their fetish for "diversity" by admitting that...

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While the election is supposed to end on Nov 8 the whining and belly aching will continue on for years . eg; whining about Obama is still prevalent 8 years later.
I cant believe this is the best America can come up with for leadership an egotistical maniac and a woman every one apparently hates.
Well, we did vote our first black president, Bill Clinton, who wrecked things for two terms, following with Yankee Duhbya who turned things up a notch...followed by first feminine president O...and we had more Bush and Clinton shoved at us during primary season. We need time to shake loose. Bill and Hillary are close to dying, which is some help.

Allegedly, the idea was to hand the dynasty to Yeb!, so Hillary was must a token choice. When Yeb! flunked out, Hillary was shoved into the big circle as a last resort by the DNC.

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I emigrated from the U.S. in 2000, and I returned for five weeks in 2009. When I departed I had no interest in ever returning, that has not changed. Thus, Mr. Trump being the president there would affect that decision, nor would it be affected if he did not win.

The world will be in peril with a man with a Kim Jung-um mentality as leader of such a major military power, but again actually going over there or not doesn't figure in that aspect of such a win.
LOL! The guy deals with scummy NYC Jews in business dealings. The fact, as far as we know, that none are sleeping with fish tells me he's a bit more composed than you credit him for.

I'm not sure where you come up with this, though, since Trump is more than happy to let Russia deal with al Qaeda. That can't come soon enough, O just gave the word to drop some more bombs on Assad's troops the other day. Oh yeah, but Hillary will get this right.

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I don't think the mere existence of a President Trump would be enough in itself to discourage me from going to the U.S.

One wonders what changes it would bring for foreign travellers though, based on some of the odd statements the candidate has made about foreigners.
Maybe that the TSA starts strip searching those from high risk nations rather than grannies with walkers in airports...

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This is an absolutely crazy post.

Trump has promised to abandon Europe, nuke the Middle East
Take your meds. I stopped reading at that bunch of horsehock. I don't care what a bunch of retired career goons think about Trump, nor should you. Trump ruining their plans = good for the world at large.

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Botti I really thought you had more intelligence than that. Have you been paying attention to what Trump says?
Unlike a lot of the Hillary stuff, it's documented and not innuendo.

Hillary may be more of the status quo, but right now, that is a heck of a lot better than a man who volatile, racist, and doesn't have a friggin' clue about the rule of law and the US constitution.

How can you say he makes more sense? Especially when he blatantly lies. Can you explain to me why you think a man who was ( is ) a birther now says Hillary started it, is a man who makes sense?

Are you just bored and wanting to push buttons?
I thought the dems were the anti-war party? Aren't you tired of status quo wars and corruption? Or is it just when you're favorite letter (R or D) is behind it makes it all better? If Hillary was all about the constitution, she'd have sized her own noose up after letting out classified iinfo. Hmm.

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Oh, and OP, you're very welcome to visit us if Trump wins... Although I wouldn't really recommend it. In fact, I'd rather flee to my corrupt, third-world homeland than remain in Trump's USA as a female minority. I'd be safer there.
You are free to do just that.

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Old 09-18-2016, 11:13 PM
 
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Hillary wins easily. This thread is completely unnecessary.
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:17 PM
 
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Also, in the US the president doesn't make the laws, the congress and senate do.

Neither party will want to work with Trump, he'll be a lame duck president from day one.

But none of this matters, you should all visit Vegas and bet on Clinton.
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:18 PM
 
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Hillary wins easily. This thread is completely unnecessary.
True. But it makes for an interesting discussion, don't you think?
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:26 PM
 
Location: Canada
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Not that the Jews in the media, a la CBS, would want to undermine their fetish for "diversity" by admitting that.
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LOL! The guy deals with scummy NYC Jews in business dealings.
I think you made a wrong turn. This isn't the Bigot Forum.
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Old 09-18-2016, 11:29 PM
 
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True. But it makes for an interesting discussion, don't you think?
Interesting discussion or dramatic posts like "Trump wants to nuke the entire world!"? ... His own party wants nothing to do with him. He's no closer to being president than he was 10 yes ago.
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Old 09-19-2016, 12:23 AM
 
Location: Here and There
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Interesting discussion or dramatic posts like "Trump wants to nuke the entire world!"? ... His own party wants nothing to do with him. He's no closer to being president than he was 10 yes ago.
I hope you're right. Day by day the polls get closer and it is scary. I don't love or even like HRC, however, I would feel safer with her in control.
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Old 09-19-2016, 01:36 AM
 
Location: Alberta, Canada
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Meh, big deal. I'll still go the US once or twice a year, no matter who is president. I have too much fun there.
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Old 09-19-2016, 01:46 AM
 
Location: British Columbia ♥ 🍁 ♥
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Really? What do you ....... < snipped > ...... You are free to do just that.
You sound like you are one of those unstable Trump supporters that I mentioned had something missing upstairs.

Apparently your own upstairs missed it so for your clarification the thread was directed at Canadians and the question that was asked of Canadians was if any Canadians would stop visiting USA if Trump is elected president.

What was so difficult for you to understand about that question? It was not an invitation to you to spout bigotry and racism nor to make rude and insulting comments to other posters. It was a simple question which you are evidently unable to understand and not qualified to answer. Sounds to me just like Trump so it's no wonder you relate to him and are a Trump supporter.

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