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Old 07-17-2019, 09:32 PM
 
Location: Reynoldsburg, Ohio
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What comes next?


Hopefully a lot of one-way fares purchased by extremist liberals to move to the places they like more than the United States, which seems to be anywhere but the United States.
We should all be so lucky.
The idiots who claimed they'd move after 2016 are still here. Just a bunch of empty threats from, as an earlier poster put it, the perpetually offended who still can't get over their beloved candidate losing three years ago.
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Old 07-17-2019, 09:37 PM
 
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Huh? Iím not blaming anybody for anything. You were the one that said you hated everyone that supported Trump. And you have the right to hate whoever you want. Hate is an individual choice.

All I said is that hate doesn't have any adverse effects on the hated, only the hater. Fault is irrelevant. Oh, and that 63 million people is a whole lot of hate.

Call me selfish, but I want to be happy for most of whatever time I have on this planet, and you only get 1 life. Itís kind of hard to be happy and hate people at the same time. Itís why I donít take politics so seriously.
I like CD member mathjak107's philosophy......(I'm paraphrasing) 'You take the rules/laws/policies that are in front of you/are in effect at any given time and you adjust and re-evaluate your personal affairs/your life accordingly'.
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Old 07-17-2019, 09:38 PM
 
Location: Buckeye, AZ
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We should all be so lucky.
The idiots who claimed they'd move after 2016 are still here. Just a bunch of empty threats from, as an earlier poster put it, the perpetually offended who still can't get over their beloved candidate losing three years ago.
Just as many of the crybabies from the 2008 and 2012 elections when Obama won. The losing side always have people making these claims but never actually doing anything about it.
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Old 07-17-2019, 10:01 PM
 
Location: too far from the sea
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We should all be so lucky.
The idiots who claimed they'd move after 2016 are still here. Just a bunch of empty threats from, as an earlier poster put it, the perpetually offended who still can't get over their beloved candidate losing three years ago.
So wrong. First, not many wanted that "beloved candidate" anyway but some of you can't seem to get that through your heads. We just did not want Trump.

Second, those who wanted to move and tried to move, were not allowed. Unlike this country, other countries enforce their immigration laws. I know lots of people who tried to move to Canada but Canada is strict. They will only take younger people and they need certain skills. One guy who tried to move to Canada and even has family there wasn't allowed because he's near retirement age.

But a few are able to move out. My next door neighbor was originally from Scotland, he despises Trump and is making arrangements to move back. He will be allowed back in, of course, even though he's been here for decades now.

I could tell you more instances of people who want to leave but cannot. We need to close our borders just the way these countries have closed their borders. England is nearly impossible to get into, for instance.

I wonder why you think it is so easy to just pick up and move to another country.
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Old 07-17-2019, 10:26 PM
 
Location: A State of Mind
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Maybe the democrats should give us someone we could consider voting for? Just maybe? Give us someone like the democrats were 20 years ago. Give us a democratic candidate that doesn’t promise the voters trillions of dollars in free stuff, when we all know that taxes will have to go sky high to pay for it. Give us a candidate that is actually against illegal immigration, like the democrats used to be.

When you have every single candidate wanting to give health insurance to illegal aliens at the cost of the citizens, that makes Trump the sane choice. I mean, what are you guys doing? Your candidates are trying so hard to not be like Trump, to be the anti-Trump, that they are proposing all sorts of crazy, socialist, globalist policies. And the democratic voters are hearing it so much that they starting to believe that that is what the majority wants, when the moderates and independents are scratching their heads, wondering what happened to both parties.
Well, there are TWENTY coming up in another two-night debate for your examination. We know they will always state initially what they might like to accomplish.... it's still early and we have not heard much from them and cannot know yet who would be most appropriate. (I think it would be nice to have a TEAM of them, but know that is not how works). The good thing is that Democrats will be taking over.

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Old 07-17-2019, 10:38 PM
 
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In my view, Trump will be re-elected and after five more years of this, he will walk away leaving a burning rubble behind him. The cyclical economy will stall at some point and based on the Senate map, the GOP will likely lose control in 2022. Democrats will delight in not giving Trump a SCJ during his last two years and Trump will lose it.

As Trump walks away, the country will be on the brink of civil war with both sides hating the other side with the heat of a thousand suns. I'm guessing his supporters will be highly motivated through the next election, then they will go quiet, not really caring anymore because their investment was in Trump the personality more than anything else. They love that he's an ******* and that he hates the other half of the country like they do.

Once Trump can no longer run, his supporter's anger will be exhausted while the anger on the other side will be unquenchable. We've never had anyone like Trump that truly delights in representing only his base and inciting anger.
That is the precise opposite of the truth.

. . . except for the part about the deranged anger on the other side. That is accurate, and that's why Trump was elected. We are sick of being attacked and exploited. Voting for Trump was an exercise in self-defense, whereas your side is all about aggression and hatred and plundering those who are productive citizens.
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Old 07-17-2019, 10:40 PM
 
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America will be even more divided thanks to a president who makes nothing but stupid, divisive and arrogant comments all day. Also, white supremacists have never been so happy.


FBI has seen significant rise in white supremacist domestic terrorism in recent months
As in zero.
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Old 07-17-2019, 10:41 PM
 
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Well, there TWENTY coming up in another two-night debate for your examination. We know they will always state initially what they might like to accomplish.... it's still early and we have not heard much from them and cannot know yet who would be most appropriate. (I think it would be nice to have a TEAM of them, but know that is not how works). The good thing is that Democrats will be taking over.
I agree.

I'm neither a D nor an R, and I'm not going to vote for Trump, nor whoever Democrats nominate. I think there are an awful lot of sheep in this country, and the pounding demonization from the media will pull enough sheep to vote D for the Dem nominee to win, no matter who the nominee is.
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Old 07-18-2019, 02:02 AM
 
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The SC post Trump obeys the Constitution, not just short term, but for another 25 years after he leaves office 1-20-2025 as his nominees are all youthful. next 2 may be under 45.
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Old 07-18-2019, 04:53 AM
 
Location: OH->FL->NJ
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More of the same.

I WILL laugh in 2023 if the Dems steal back the Gorsuch SCOTUS seat.
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