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View Poll Results: What do you LOVE about Donald Trump?
He wants to return jobs to the USA. 70 63.06%
He wants to negotiate better trade deals. 64 57.66%
He is not reliant on donor money. 51 45.95%
He is transparent and says what's on his mind. 56 50.45%
He is not a puppet to manipulate. 55 49.55%
He stands up for the Middle Class Blue Collar worker. 55 49.55%
He is diplomatic. 18 16.22%
He is successful in business. 49 44.14%
He is a great negotiator. 48 43.24%
He has sound morals. 23 20.72%
His policies are spot on. 47 42.34%
He truly cares about this country. 64 57.66%
He says what he means and he means what he says. 58 52.25%
He and Kellyanne Conway are Dynomite together! 28 25.23%
He is not a Quitter. 50 45.05%
He has a beautiful, successful family-I truly wish him well. 43 38.74%
He is a more natural and fun-loving guy. 29 26.13%
He is not your ordinary politician. 70 63.06%
He has a sound immigration policy. 64 57.66%
Latinos and African-Americans love him. 20 18.02%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 111. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 01-29-2017, 01:36 PM
 
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Yeah, we'll become faScist the same way we became a Socialist European country under Obama.
Believe me, a Socialist government is not nearly as SCARY as a Fascist government. Remember Mussolini?
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Old 01-29-2017, 01:57 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Believe me, a Socialist government is not nearly as SCARY as a Fascist government. Remember Mussolini?
Ok, got it. We're going to be living under a Mussolini-type rule.
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:07 PM
 
Location: USA
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Nothing at all.

The man is useless.

But I will say something nice about him. He's made of the same basic atoms as everything else. So, once he passes on, his particles may someday becomes something useful. Like a doorstop. Or a pooper-scooper. Or, really, anything other than what he is today.
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:10 PM
 
Location: USA
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Believe me, a Socialist government is not nearly as SCARY as a Fascist government. Remember Mussolini?
If right-wingers were capable of remembering things, they'd also remember that the Housing Bubble was blown on the Republican's watch. Sadly, they have convenient lapses in memory; in a few years, I fully expect Obama to be blamed for the worst of Trump's policy decisions.
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:19 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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I love, love, LOVE all this anger and hatred from the Left! Showing their true colors. Be jealous.
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:33 PM
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The Baltimore quote wasn't racist at all. I didn't see the neo-Nazi tweet.
What ISN'T racist about singling former President Obama out because of his ethnicity/race?


And for his retweet

Bill O'Reilly lectures Donald Trump on racial retweet - Business Insider

Trump Retweets 'White Genocide' Account ... Stop Me If You've Heard This One | RedState
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:34 PM
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Well, you lost and we didn't, get over it.
So what? It doesn't mean I have to support his being in office. Like I said, I look out for me. And you haven't given me a reason why I shouldn't look out for #1.
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Old 01-29-2017, 02:38 PM
Status: "Days like this I think to myself "I hate living in Georgia"." (set 20 hours ago)
 
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Don't GO THERE. You suggested that not all blacks might have voted. I confirmed what you said. You are turning it around, but we won't go there. I was trying to be civil in agreeing with you that some blacks may not have voted, or as you said, "lower turn-out." I have black friends. Don't turn this ugly. It was not meant to be. I will forget what you just said. Remember, you suggested they may not have all voted. I agreed with you. No matter who you voted for, I was trying to agree with you. I wanted a discussion about what you thought.


I asked you what you thought the reason was why their was a lower turn-out? That was it. Nothing else in this post was inferred..

As far as fake polls, do you agree there were fake polls? As for pro-Hillary media, such as MSNBC, do you agree they were pro-Hillary.
What else was I suppose to think with this quote?
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Is it possible, due to fake polls and pro-Hillary fake news sites, that blacks felt Trump was not going to win anyway and or/ that their votes didn't really matter?
There is no way to tell what is fake news other than to dislike the source it came from.

I know we both agreed that there was a low voter turnout. You suggested that "fake news" had something to do with this.
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Old 01-29-2017, 04:28 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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So what? It doesn't mean I have to support his being in office. Like I said, I look out for me. And you haven't given me a reason why I shouldn't look out for #1.
Just another selfish, angry liberal ... Decent people want to see the President succeed. Stay jealous.
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Old 01-29-2017, 05:03 PM
 
Location: California
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He's certainly brought out the worst in the people who fancy themselves the best and I think it's for the best. He's made others question things they never thought much about. I like the idea of America First because someone is going to be first and it's in our best interests for it to be us. It's also refreshing to hear someone speak without filter and without tip toeing around things to avoid angering anyone. That's always a loosing proposition anyway.


I don't like everything about him of course, but you did ask.
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