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Old 03-09-2016, 05:55 PM
 
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Trump is a very intelligent guy, far from being a hypocrite like most Americans.
We can debate his intelligence (I know, I know, according to him he's brilliant ) but I'm not talking about his intelligence, I'm talking about his maturity level. And there is nothing remotely "respectful" about a grown man behaving like a middle schooler hurling insults across the playground.
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Old 03-09-2016, 05:59 PM
 
Location: Somewhere
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The bolded is the funniest, most ridiculous thing I've read here in weeks. Talk about cognitive dissonance. Hilarious.
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NY will be in play. Many people here seem to hate Hillary more than they hate Trump. They both have major flaws but at least Trump treats people with respect. Hillary is a horrible human being. She cannot even be nice when she is trying.
Yeah I agree. Just when I thought I had read it all....
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Old 03-09-2016, 08:43 PM
 
Location: FL
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No it isn't. No evidence it will be.

The state is overwhelmingly Democrat, she was a very popular senator there, and contrary to popular belief Donald Trump, while known in NY for years, is not particularly well thought of there.

He's not going to win NY.

But he doesn't really need to anyway. He needs to concentrate on the purple/swing states and perhaps historically blue rust belt states because he has a shot in a lot of those.
That was even before his TV show.
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Old 03-09-2016, 08:53 PM
 
Location: FL
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NY will be in play. Many people here seem to hate Hillary more than they hate Trump. They both have major flaws but at least Trump treats people with respect. Hillary is a horrible human being. She cannot even be nice when she is trying.
When did that happen?
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Old 03-09-2016, 08:55 PM
 
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Typo: it's 23 points

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton keep big leads in Siena College poll | Newsday

New York is a traditional blue state but trump said NY is in play if he is the nominee so maybe it's quite a long shot for him.

Polls:

1980 March Carter beats Reagan by 25%
1988 March Dukakis beats Bush SR. by 30%
1992 March Bush SR. beats Bill Clinton by 25%



I can go on with many polls in March with 9 months to go...........9 months ago Jeb Bush was the front runner in the GOP....where is he now?
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Old 03-11-2016, 01:56 AM
 
Location: Near L.A.
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Let me save you Trump supporters keystrokes and come up with the answers you always provide after an unfavorable poll (but, mysteriously, not favorable ones):

1. LOL, LOL, [INSERT THE NAME OF THE POLLING FIRM] is a liberal-biased pollster, it cannot be trusted (then ignores that Sienna College poll is one of the best . . . A- in the 538 retrospective study, and that it has a Republican bias of 0.8);

2. LOL, LOL, the sample size is only [INSERT ANY NUMBER], it cannot be trusted (then ignores that the sample size is determined mathematically, based on the standard deviation and confidence level, that there is no magic numerical number to hit);

3. LOL, LOL, the election is 8 months away, anything can change before then;

4. LOL, LOL, the margin of error is [INSERT ANY PERCENTAGE], it cannot be trusted (then ignores that the poll results in this instant are way, way outside of the margin of error); and

5. LOL, LOL, this poll is clearly an outlier (but cannot explain why; goes into some irrational tirade).

6. LOL, LOL, this poll was clearly manipulated by the Illuminati and the Freemasons who control the establishment. Gov. Jessie "The Body" Venture will do an expose on this soon.

Mick

P.S. Hillary's margin over Mr. Trump is 23, not 21 as shown on the thread title.
OMG, this is hilarious!!! +1 (it'd be +1000 if I could)!
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Old 03-11-2016, 02:55 AM
 
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the blue wall should hold regardless if sanders or clinton is the nominee.
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:16 AM
 
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Typo: it's 23 points

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton keep big leads in Siena College poll | Newsday

New York is a traditional blue state but trump said NY is in play if he is the nominee so maybe it's quite a long shot for him.
The only way that Trump can beat Hillary is if Obama has a change of heart and goes after Hillary for her crimes, but Obama is stuck as he emailed Hillary's private email and several of his top administration officials were doing it.
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:17 AM
 
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If he can't win home state.. might as well quit.
Is Arkansas best described as Hillary's home state?
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Old 03-11-2016, 04:19 AM
 
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Meanwhile, Kasich has large leads, even double digit leads over Hillary in swing states.

Yet, he doesn't get attention, because he talks about his record of doing over decades, as opposed to insulting body parts and screaming over the top of others. He should have ran as a Democrat so he could debate policy.
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