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Old 07-17-2016, 09:44 AM
 
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Trump is a hypocrite.
That would be "President hypocrite" to you sir...
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Old 07-17-2016, 10:43 AM
 
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He will be come November... You are going to be so happy when Trump is elected and puts America back on track.
First thing he will do is reverse every single thing obama had done. That alone will get America back on the right path to greatness..
Then he can go after felony clinton, and make sure she is prosecuted and buried deep in a federal prison. See how the country is improving already, and he is just getting started...
You just exposed your ignorance and bias.
Nobody can disagree with 100% of the thousands of things that any President has done.
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Old 07-17-2016, 11:14 AM
 
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Swap the name Trump for Clinton and it is equally true. That is the problem with this election as well as the previous 4.
Touché, that is probably true too.
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Old 07-17-2016, 11:30 AM
 
Location: St. Louis
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Mike Pence, Trump's new running mate is a globalist establishment puppet. Basically everything that Trump claims he is not. How do Trump supporters square these two thoughts? It seems to me, Trump might as well have picked the leader of BLM. Would you have been happy if the leadership of BLM was the VP as well? They are probably against NAFTA and the TPP.
Have you ever voted for a ticket because of the vice president? If so, you are the only one.
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Old 07-17-2016, 11:33 AM
 
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Mike Pence, Trump's new running mate is a globalist establishment puppet. Basically everything that Trump claims he is not. How do Trump supporters square these two thoughts? It seems to me, Trump might as well have picked the leader of BLM. Would you have been happy if the leadership of BLM was the VP as well? They are probably against NAFTA and the TPP.
Clinton supported all of them..

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Old 07-17-2016, 12:08 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Mike Pence, Trump's new running mate is a globalist establishment puppet. Basically everything that Trump claims he is not. How do Trump supporters square these two thoughts? It seems to me, Trump might as well have picked the leader of BLM. Would you have been happy if the leadership of BLM was the VP as well? They are probably against NAFTA and the TPP.
U don't really believe any of this or let's hope you don't. Let me add, how many policy decisions have you seen a VP make or influence in the past 40 years? Should be none!!!! As for doing away with NAFTA, many voted one way, have since changed their minds or do you think no one should learn from experience?. BTW, you don't refer to someone as "the new running mate" he is the only running mate for heavens sake. I will also add, Pence is very conservative on most issues, so there are some they don't agree with on, who really cares? Maybe Trump thinks he balances the ticket.
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Old 07-17-2016, 12:28 PM
 
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U don't really believe any of this or let's hope you don't. Let me add, how many policy decisions have you seen a VP make or influence in the past 40 years? Should be none!!!! As for doing away with NAFTA, many voted one way, have since changed their minds or do you think no one should learn from experience?. BTW, you don't refer to someone as "the new running mate" he is the only running mate for heavens sake. I will also add, Pence is very conservative on most issues, so there are some they don't agree with on, who really cares? Maybe Trump thinks he balances the ticket.
244 time the VP has cast the deciding vote in the a tied senate.
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Old 07-17-2016, 12:41 PM
 
Location: San Francisco, CA
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U don't really believe any of this or let's hope you don't. Let me add, how many policy decisions have you seen a VP make or influence in the past 40 years?
Dick Cheney comes to mind

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BTW, you don't refer to someone as "the new running mate" he is the only running mate for heavens sake.
You'll recall that George McGovern had to find a new running mate in Sargent Shriver in 1972.

Given Trump's volatility, would it really be surprising if he dumped Pence and found a "new running mate"?
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Old 07-17-2016, 12:54 PM
 
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244 time the VP has cast the deciding vote in the a tied senate.
And then the House, and the President needed to sign off on them.. but whats it matter?

The other option is Clinton, who supported every single one of these, which makes the thread rather stupid..

Dont vote for Trump, his Vp supports XY and Z.. vote for Clinton, who supported XY and Z..

yeah, the left really dont think their arguments thru very well
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Old 07-17-2016, 01:45 PM
 
Location: Planet Telex
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Clinton supported all of them..

Well, 99% of Republicans in Congress voted for NAFTA and TPP.
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