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Old 11-28-2015, 08:58 PM
 
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We already have a clown running this Country, if you can call it that. Look at the clowns that voted for Obama, so I guess you have a point. SO many clowns voted for Obama.
You sound bitter . . . is it because you feel powerless in CA?

Mick
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Old 11-28-2015, 09:08 PM
 
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We already have a clown running this Country, if you can call it that. Look at the clowns that voted for Obama, so I guess you have a point. SO many clowns voted for Obama.
Obama won the presidency twice, something Trump will not manage to do even once. I understand how that might make you bitter.
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Old 11-28-2015, 11:21 PM
 
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Haven't you read, not-too-crazy-Republicans (aka establishment Republicans) are against Mr. Trump, too.

Mick
Well, gee, Mick. Of course the "establishment republicans" are upset. Trump isn't beholden to his corporate donors like they are.
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Old 11-28-2015, 11:23 PM
 
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Obama won the presidency twice, something Trump will not manage to do even once. I understand how that might make you bitter.
And you are so sure of this? How? Do you have a crystal ball? Do tell.

People who mock others apparently live in ivory towers and haven't seen the destruction that illegal aliens do to neighborhoods. It's easy to criticize when you have never experienced this.
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Old 11-29-2015, 04:30 AM
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Location: By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea
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He kicked them in the slats like they should be attacked for attacking him.
Yet the NYT will still be publishing when Donny is but a faded footnote in US election buffoonery.
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Old 11-29-2015, 05:14 AM
 
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I seem to remember that Ron Paul got large crowds turning out to see him. That didn't get him very far.

Bernie Sanders gets huge crowds - filling auditoriums and stadiums - and he won't be a contender either.

I read earlier today that in Iowa, where the first primary is, that Trump's numbers have fallen by 12%. He was already in second place. Where does that put him now? Third place? Fourth place???
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  • Ron Paul did get big crowds. He was also done in by the establishment, Rovians, and the MSM. So far, none of these tactics have worked with Trump. (and they have tried, tried hard, continue to try to get rid of Trump)
  • Bernie Sanders got huge crowds for about a month last summer. He doesn't get them now and he never got them nation wide. At best he was a regional candidate.
  • Results of Iowa primary are irrelevant to GOP. The real test is South Carolina. Go look that one up. Even with that said, RCP average shows Trump ahead in Iowa.
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Very good examples.
Wrong yet again.

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Old 11-29-2015, 05:27 AM
 
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Donald is a rogue candidate and he will deliver.

I see Clinton's meetings are getting 500 people at best

Other Rep candidates are the same as well.

Bernie apparently died of heart attack.
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Old 11-29-2015, 05:32 AM
 
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I see Clinton's meetings are getting 500 people at best
That is a good day for Clinton. Some of her events barely have 200 in attendance.
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Old 11-29-2015, 05:33 AM
 
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Originally Posted by cuebald View Post
Trump really does hate the First Amendment.
Because he exposes lies?

Don't think so.

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Any good fascist is against it.
Fascist?

That would be the liberals with their whiny demands for speech codes on college campuses, political correctness, and censorship and shouting down of conservative speech.

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More of the same incoherent gibberish from Trump. As a presidential candidate, he's easily the worst speech-giver I have ever seen.
Millions of people disagree with you.

So, apparently, does the mainstream media, which covers his speeches all the time.

Obama, "the great speech maker," reads off a teleprompter.

Trump doesn't need a teleprompter.

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The circus draws big crowds, too. That doesn't mean people will vote for a clown for president, though.
Why not?

They voted for Obama.

And Trump is not a clown.

It is the liberals and Obama who are the clowns.

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And Trumpies believe the pure, unadulterated BS that Donny saw "thousands and thousands" of people celebrating in the streets of Jersey City on 9/11, eh? And they say he's NOT a typical politician.
Well, I don't notice you criticizing Hillary's "a video caused the attack in Benghazi" or her claim "I was shot at in Bosnia as I got off the plane."

And it is a fact that Muslims throughout the world celebrated 9/11.

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I read earlier today that in Iowa, where the first primary is, that Trump's numbers have fallen by 12%. He was already in second place. Where does that put him now? Third place? Fourth place???
The RealClearPolitics poll of November 24 still has Trump in first place in Iowa.

The University of Iowa poll claiming he only has 15% is a ridiculous joke.

The liberals and failed mainstream Republicans are getting desperate. Trump is upsetting their apple cart.

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Old 11-29-2015, 05:44 AM
 
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There were 12,000 people at the Sarasota rally.

Huge turnout. What can the other candidates get? A few hundred? LOL.

People who take time, effort, and energy to go to a campaign rally are also the ones who WILL vote and will convince others to vote for their candidate. This is real grass roots support. None of the other candidates appear to have it.
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