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View Poll Results: Is trump a sexual predator?
Yes 94 46.31%
Maybe 17 8.37%
No 92 45.32%
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:21 PM
 
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I'm glad when we can send idiot Trump back to his tower and hopefully never seen again.....
Well, maybe slick willie will have more access interns.....You know, slick willie keeps getting older, but interns stay about the same age.....

 
Old 10-24-2016, 06:43 PM
 
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I'm glad when we can send idiot Trump back to his tower and hopefully never seen again.....
Maybe he'll join Dancing With the Stars. He'd complain that the votes are rigged when he doesn't get all 10s for his score.
 
Old 10-25-2016, 05:18 AM
 
Location: Tampa, FL
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http://www.tampabay.com/resources/im...35103_8col.jpg

This constant groping has gotten a little carried away. I wish he wouldn't desecrate the flag as he likes to do. Yesterday he was in my town. I thought that stench was red tide, but it was Trump.
 
Old 10-25-2016, 06:27 AM
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Location: Georgia
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Trump's intention is to work to make the nation steadily ungovernable, probably because he feels that he would personally benefit from the gridlock, and perhaps even four years from now blame the gridlock on those who have been trying to get things done rather than taking responsibility himself for having been an agent of obstruction. I doubt he'll attempt to run again, but I expect he'll try to put some puppet forward to run again four years from now, to try to exploit the difficulties his own obstruction and that of the GOP have imposed on those most vulnerable in society, duping desperate people into thinking his fascist vision holds hope to making their lives better.
 
Old 10-25-2016, 07:48 AM
 
Location: Tampa, FL
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Shoplifters say they are caught an average of only once in every 48 times they steal.

I wonder how many times Trump has been successful with this soliciting a prostitute scheme that he used before being and after being turned by Jessica Drake.
 
Old 10-26-2016, 06:42 AM
 
Location: a nation with hope
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Trump's intention is to work to make the nation steadily ungovernable, probably because he feels that he would personally benefit from the gridlock, and perhaps even four years from now blame the gridlock on those who have been trying to get things done rather than taking responsibility himself for having been an agent of obstruction. I doubt he'll attempt to run again, but I expect he'll try to put some puppet forward to run again four years from now, to try to exploit the difficulties his own obstruction and that of the GOP have imposed on those most vulnerable in society, duping desperate people into thinking his fascist vision holds hope to making their lives better.
And Hillary has made lives better how? She has two personas - public and private. How come no one talks about the private one? People who know are saying she's a bully, foul mouthed, vengeful, disrespectful and angry person and that her husband who wants to be First Dude is a sexual predator. Do we want him in the WH again? He certainly has enough money to pay many more settlements for his transgressions.

The country has been allowed to sink so low into corruption and immorality that everything is ok unless it's the opposition that is thought guilty and then suddenly the morality police are on the march.

Both sides should have the honesty to admit they're both deplorable.

By the way it's ignorance and indifference of the people that allowed this state to develop. If you like it to sink lower then vote for your own enslavement by voting progressive. Hillary and her kind will use you as fodder for the political machine, as will the GOP establishment who distance themselves from Trump not because of his past sins but because they're scared of public opinion fueled by the liberal media.
 
Old 10-26-2016, 06:47 AM
bUU
 
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And Hillary has made lives better how?
  • State Children’s Health Insurance Program
  • Adoption and Safe Families Act
  • Foster Care Independence Act
  • Increased research funding for prostate cancer and asthma at the National Institute of Health (NIH)
  • Led investigations into Gulf War Syndrome
  • Helped create the office on Violence Against Women
  • Secured funding for the World Trade Center redevelopment
  • Worked out a bi-partisan compromise to address civil liberty abuses for the renewal of the U.S. Patriot Act
  • Revived Home Owners’ Loan Corporation
  • Diplomacy to bring about a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel
  • etc.

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If you like it to sink lower then vote for your own enslavement ...
Ridiculously nonsensical sour grapes.
 
Old 10-26-2016, 07:18 AM
 
Location: a nation with hope
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  • State Children’s Health Insurance Program
  • Adoption and Safe Families Act
  • Foster Care Independence Act
  • Increased research funding for prostate cancer and asthma at the National Institute of Health (NIH)
  • Led investigations into Gulf War Syndrome
  • Helped create the office on Violence Against Women
  • Secured funding for the World Trade Center redevelopment
  • Worked out a bi-partisan compromise to address civil liberty abuses for the renewal of the U.S. Patriot Act
  • Revived Home Owners’ Loan Corporation
  • Diplomacy to bring about a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel
  • etc.

Ridiculously nonsensical sour grapes.
In 30 years that's all she's accomplished? Wow. She must have been too busy giving speeches to Wall Street and running her Foundation, which operations even Chelsea expressed doubts about.
Let's not overlook her reasons for whatever she does. It's not for our good but to further her quest for power over the sheeple who vote.
 
Old 10-26-2016, 07:59 AM
 
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In 30 years that's all she's accomplished? Wow. She must have been too busy giving speeches to Wall Street and running her Foundation, which operations even Chelsea expressed doubts about.
Let's not overlook her reasons for whatever she does. It's not for our good but to further her quest for power over the sheeple who vote.
Much if her time and other Democrats in Congress had been spent dealing with an obstruction-committed Republican party who would stop government in its track to spite Obama.
One that vowed more than once to make it impossible to create a viable ACA
One where John McCain vowed very honestly they would block ANY attemp by HRC to fill any vacant Supreme Court seat and that has kept a SC vacancy open since Scalia's death--not to mention dozens of other, lower court vacancies...

The word compromise is not in certain Republicans' vocabulary
So yes-- it can be extremely difficult to get any legislation even introduced by a Democrate since major committed are controlled by obstructive Republicans like Mitch McConnell and his gang.
Not all Republicans are that bent on cutting off noses to spite their faces but they would not challenge the party leaders...
Maybe after this election they will
 
Old 10-26-2016, 08:11 AM
bUU
 
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In 30 years that's all she's accomplished?
No. That's all I cared to type in, and it is far more than most people who have run for POTUS have done for the nation.
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