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  1. #856
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    so because of his age his opinion doesn't count. he's old establishment and you don't agree would have sufficed.


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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    While it would be nice to have Sanders spare us all the trouble, I'm almost hoping Hillary will get nominated now. It will definitely be a popcorn and soda reality TV event if these two show up in the same debate.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/tr...rticle/2583925
    Donald Trump said Monday night that he believes Hillary Clinton will likely get away with her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, but said that as president, it's only fair that he'd look to prosecute Clinton.
    I'm sure the networks are going to score big on this- no matter how much they don't like Trump.
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    ^^^^I don't care how good Trump's security detail is, you can't stop a threatened Clinton from "taking care of a problem." If Hillary feels like he'll become President and could go after her....watch out!

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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    Quote Originally Posted by baghdad bob View Post
    so because of his age his opinion doesn't count. he's old establishment and you don't agree would have sufficed.


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    Sure has a right to have an opinion and I have every right to reject his opinion. I also have the right to criticize him and his frigging opinion. He put himself on the bully pulpit it made him a target for criticism.

    Sorry but I don't idolize politicians that's just the way it is.
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    Quote Originally Posted by kbohip View Post
    ^^^^I don't care how good Trump's security detail is, you can't stop a threatened Clinton from "taking care of a problem." If Hillary feels like he'll become President and could go after her....watch out!
    Don't over-estimate her chances. Even if she could pull off such an assassination, it would likely be pursued by the VP-elect who would have all the resources of the government, and possibly the people, to run it down when in office. Obama, who only knows how to prosecute earnest people with guilt trips, would probably do not much more than offer condolences and caution people to not suspect Islamic immigrants.

    Nah, she'd be an instant suspect and many of the people in government who worked with her don't like her anyhow. Something would break and and many of her "friends" would find a bus to throw her under.

    On top of that, here's another thought: If he reads and releases the entire 911 report and has half the nerve he wants us to think he has, we may be looking at a Bush finding a trip to a trial as well. There is no statute of limitations for treason that I know of.
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

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    http://goproject.gop.com/

    The GOP today is a tale of two parties. One of them, the gubernatorial wing, is growing and
    successful. The other, the federal wing, is increasingly marginalizing itself, and unless changes
    are made, it will be increasingly difficult for Republicans to win another presidential election
    in the near future.

    Republicans have lost the popular vote in five of the last six presidential elections. States
    in which our presidential candidates used to win, such as New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada,
    Iowa, Ohio, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Florida, are increasingly voting Democratic.
    We are losing in too many places.

    It has reached the point where in the past six presidential elections, four have gone to the
    Democratic nominee, at an average yield of 327 electoral votes to 211 for the Republican.
    During the preceding two decades, from 1968 to 1988, Republicans won five out of six
    elections, averaging 417 electoral votes to Democrats’ 113.

    Public perception of the Party is at record lows. Young voters are increasingly rolling their eyes
    at what the Party represents, and many minorities wrongly think that Republicans do not like them
    or want them in the country. When someone rolls their eyes at us, they are not likely to open their
    ears to us.

    At the federal level, much of what Republicans are doing is not working beyond the core
    constituencies that make up the Party. On the state level, however, it is a different story.
    Republicans hold governorships in 30 states with 315 electoral votes, the most governors either
    party has had in 12 years, and four short of the all-time GOP high of 34 governors who served
    in the 1920s

    Republican governors are America’s reformers in chief. They continue to deliver on conservative
    promises of reducing the size of government while making people’s lives better. They routinely
    win a much larger share of the minority vote than GOP presidential candidates, demonstrating
    an appeal that goes beyond the base of the Party.

    It is time for Republicans on the federal level to learn from successful Republicans on the state
    level. It is time to smartly change course, modernize the Party, and learn once again how to
    appeal to more people, including those who share some but not all of our conservative principles.

    At our core, Republicans have comfortably remained the Party of Reagan without figuring out what
    comes next. Ronald Reagan is a Republican hero and role model who was first elected 33 years ago
    — meaning no one under the age of 51 today was old enough to vote for Reagan when he first ran
    for President. Our Party knows how to appeal to older voters, but we have lost our way with younger
    ones. We sound increasingly out of touch.

    As Mike Gerson and Pete Wehner wrote recently, “It is no wonder that Republican policies can
    seem stale; they are very nearly identical to those offered up by the Party more than 30 years ago.
    For Republicans to design an agenda that applies to the conditions of 1980 is as if Ronald Reagan
    designed his agenda for conditions that existed in the Truman years.”

    The Republican Party needs to stop talking to itself. We have become expert in how to provide
    ideological reinforcement to like-minded people, but devastatingly we have lost the ability to be
    persuasive with, or welcoming to, those who do not agree with us on every issue.
    Instead of driving around in circles on an ideological cul-de-sac, we need a Party whose brand
    of conservatism invites and inspires new people to visit us. We need to remain America’s
    conservative alternative to big-government, redistribution-to-extremes liberalism, while building
    a route into our Party that a non-traditional Republican will want to travel. Our standard should
    not be universal purity; it should be a more welcoming conservatism
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    The democratic party is united in their ever growing move left toward socialism and communism. Offhand I can't think of anything worse for the future of the country and the people.The ever disappearing middle class and the ever growing number of those living in poverty. Completely dependent on the government for survival. People living with no hope of improving their life.
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    I like the popular vote schtick... its like scoring football games by yards gained.

    Heck, its also like gauging employment by the unemployment rate.

    And l confess not reading further.

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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    Leave it to DJ Trumpet-

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/21/tr...ndicted-video/
    Donald Trump said Sunday that if Hillary Clinton “gets indicted, that’s the only way she’s going to be stopped” from getting the Democratic nomination.

    Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper on Sunday, Trump said, “I will tell you this, as a candidate, I will bring over many, many Dems. We’re going to bring over a lot of Democrats, we’re going to bring over a lot of independents. Nobody else will. In all fairness to the other candidates, they will never bring over independents.”
    He says he could win Michigan, New York and do well with the black vote.

    I guess with 58% of blacks unemployed and a campaign touting bringing back jobs from overseas, it's possible- if many of these blacks haven't become addicted to living off the taxpayer.
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    ^^ Possible yes. Likely no. I think to many blacks are mired in government free stuff, been that way for generations. There's an awful lot of one parent black households.
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    http://libertyblitzkrieg.com/2016/02...-donald-trump/

    Her supporters insist that she has already been “tried and tested” against all the attacks that can be thrown at her. But this is not the case; she has never been subjected to the full brunt of attacks that come in a general presidential election. Bernie Sanders has ignored most tabloid dirt, treating it as a sensationalist distraction from real issues (“Enough with the damned emails!”) But for Donald Trump, sensationalist distractions are the whole game. He will attempt to crucify her. And it is very, very likely that he will succeed.

    This campaigning style makes Hillary Clinton Donald Trump’s dream opponent. She gives him an endless amount to work with. The emails, Benghazi, Whitewater, Iraq, the Lewinsky scandal, Chinagate, Travelgate, the missing law firm records, Jeffrey Epstein, Kissinger, Marc Rich, Haiti, Clinton Foundation tax errors, Clinton Foundation conflicts of interest, “We were broke when we left the White House,” Goldman Sachs… There is enough material in Hillary Clinton’s background for Donald Trump to run with six times over.

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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    To many debates I've lost interest. The media is trying to squeeze every penny out of the primaries.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016...l?intcmp=hpbt1
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    The new government approach to the War on Terror:

    "Everyone is presumed a terrorist until they can prove they can be a victim."

    I'm going to spell it out for you- the Bill of Rights originally done in England was the premise of the one in our constitution. The US Bill of Rights made it 1. a more egalitarian right 2. clear that the citizenry could be mustered as a ready-made fighting force should the need arise and 3. a right that is not to be infringed. Look it up in the English dictionary.

    The Constitution is about what the government is and what it can do. The Bill of Rights is about what government can't do to screw over its citizenry.

    I have guns for sport and protection. My life and often more than my life is at stake if some stranger(s) break into my house or wants to carry out an assault. And that person or people will likely be scraped up off the ground if they go there.

    And our women often have their similar reasons.

    Now you have an idea as to why there is a correlation between private gun ownership and crime in America that fascists are clawing at excuses to deny.
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    Re: Whoever is Running in 2016 ... ?

    Fascist and communists share the same chair. It's easy to get the two confused, take your pick.
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