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Old 03-05-2017, 02:23 PM
 
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Trump is fat as hell. Actually, he's quite bigger than Oprah. He's probably fatter than half the chicks running around his fan base's trailer parks.

But yeah, make fun of Oprah.
6.2" and 236 lbs. is very good! I don't think he's fat.
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Old 03-05-2017, 02:32 PM
 
Location: SW Florida
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Why is that? She has just as much money as tRump - difference is that she made it all herself - there was no silver spoon inheritance. From that metric, she is FAR more qualified than the current POTUS.

She built and ran her own empire. She has probably managed just as many people. There are no stories of her relying on anyone else for her decisions. She definitely has more people skills.

There are no stories that I have heard of - of her stealing money from small businesses.
There are no stories that I have heard of - of her sexually harassing anyone.

She in not a known pathological liar.

In these ways, she is MORE qualified than the current POTUS.
LOL, the left would qualify a schnauzer if they could get it to run on the Democrat ticket.
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Old 03-05-2017, 02:52 PM
 
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Just the remotest hint that Oprah might run for President and the right goes into immediate attack mode,hate her ,call her derogatory names make fun of her physical appearance. Republicans?
Hateful bunch.
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Old 03-05-2017, 02:57 PM
 
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You really ARE out of the loop! The entire interview has since been shown and Orca not only said NO but she said HELL NO.


Of course since we're talking about a branch of the lying, corrupt media, they conveniently left her NO off the original airing of the interview.


YOU might want to pay more attention.
From the above ^^^^^, it sounds as though you think I'm a progressive. Far from it. I guess you haven't read very many of my posts. I rarely disagree with your posts, and enjoy when you skewer progressives. Re your post above, I just pulled the interview up on YouTube and listened to the whole thing. Unless what you are referring to as the 'entire interview' is yet a third version that has a HELL NO in it, the entire interview I watched (46 plus minutes) did not include a HELL NO. It included one no, but it wasn't a strong no IMO. I hope you're right. I hope it is NO. I think she might win, and I wouldn't want to see her as POTUS. I used to be a fan, but after her infamous 'Emmett Till - Trayvon Martin same thing' comment, she lost me as a fan. You may see the post I replied to (that triggered your reply to me) as that person being as clued in as you are. I didn't see it that way, and still don't. All the person I was replying to said was that Oprah has said no multiple times...with NO REFERENCE AT ALL TO A RELATED TIME FRAME. When I typed that reply, I doubted that the person I was replying to was aware of the Bloomberg interview, and I still think that poster was unaware of the Bloomberg interview at the time of that post. If you have a link for that version of the interview that has the HELL NO, please post that link. I'd truly be interested in seeing it. Even though I'm no longer a fan, I still enjoyed watching the interview. And...a billionaire network owner commissions a low budget/vanity show where the host is a different billionaire, and that billionaire interviews a different billionaire who used to be a show host and now owns yet another network....that's got to be a nearly once in a lifetime happenstance.....not to mention that how all of that relates to this thread is about running for an office that is currently held by a different billionaire.
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Old 03-05-2017, 03:17 PM
 
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6.2" and 236 lbs. is very good! I don't think he's fat.
I'm a little bit more than an inch taller than Trump, and I know what I weigh, and what I look like. He might have weighed 236 when he had that physical, but there is NO WAY he weighs 236 now . With his weight now, is he observing a double standard by being critical of the appearance of various women? Yeah, but I think that double standard is mostly (NOT entirely, but mostly) due to his being the age he is/what society was like when he was forming as an adult, rather than other factors.
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Old 03-05-2017, 04:59 PM
 
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I'm a little bit more than an inch taller than Trump, and I know what I weigh, and what I look like. He might have weighed 236 when he had that physical, but there is NO WAY he weighs 236 now . With his weight now, is he observing a double standard by being critical of the appearance of various women? Yeah, but I think that double standard is mostly (NOT entirely, but mostly) due to his being the age he is/what society was like when he was forming as an adult, rather than other factors.
I think Big Guys Rock! I have never been attracted to thin men. I like: Big chest, strong looking, football type frames....it's what I like. So to me, Trump while being 70, I think he looks pretty good. I don't see him as fat, even if you said you found out he weighs #250. More to love in a guy! #225 to 255 lbs....is perfect in my range.
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Old 03-05-2017, 05:09 PM
 
Location: Dallas
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I used to like Oprah, but her sucking up to the Obamas and the Hollyweird crowd would make her Obama the 2nd. No way would I vote for her.
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Old 03-05-2017, 05:10 PM
 
Location: Sale Creek, TN
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Same reason I won't support Donald Trump. She's not qualified. Nothing against her; I'm not qualified either.
I will endorse this 100%.
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Old 03-05-2017, 05:21 PM
 
Location: Phoenix, AZ
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6.2" and 236 lbs. is very good! I don't think he's fat.
He said he is 6'3". Maybe he was exaggerating his height.

Trump IS NOT 236 lbs.

Tom Brady is 6'4" and he weighs 225 lbs.

There is no way, Trump weighs 236 lbs. I'd say he weighs minimum 280 lbs.

Yes, he is fat.
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Old 03-05-2017, 05:49 PM
 
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She's a billionaire, right? That should automatically qualify her.

I wouldn't VOTE for Oprah, she's fake as a three dollar bill. If Trump could run, why not Oprah?
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