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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Will you vote for Donald Trump?
Bump 11:57 AM 04-29-2011
I don't declare myself to any party, honestly. But I tend to side with the left. But this time, I'm leaning towards the right. I hope Donald Trump is our next president. His f-bomb filled speech was icing on the cake for me. I like that, he's not scared to say what's on his mind and I look at him as a guy who can get things done in an extremely and brutally straight-forward way.

I don't think that oil companies will be funding his campaign as he already has an extreme amount of wealth that he built himself.

So for the first time ever, I'm voting republican for Donald Trump!
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RNR 05:15 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by Bwana:
No at all dude, that's just how I see it. We have how many millions of people in this country and we are left with these four knuckleheads. :-)
Sickening~
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baitism 05:33 PM 04-06-2016
I always knew CP was full of beta males. This poll proves it.
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Sweet Daddy Hate 05:38 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by cosmo20002:
In all seriousness, they really shouldn't be allowed out in public to live among normal people.
How will they go to work and earn the tax dollars needed for your useless progressive social programs?
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Sweet Daddy Hate 05:40 PM 04-06-2016
You've all heard the political phrase "new dealer".

Trump is a "no dealer".

We need some "no dealer".
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alnorth 05:56 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by Dagnabit:
You'll lose the Country when you vote in another closet-socialist, progressive, or RINO.

Is Trump the brightest? No.

Is he the prescription? Yes.
If Trump is the nominee, the GOP will experience its most epic defeat ever. Not that Cruz can win either, but the GOP might not be slaughtered in down-ballot races without Trump at the top.
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Sweet Daddy Hate 06:00 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by alnorth:
If Trump is the nominee, the GOP will experience its most epic defeat ever. Not that Cruz can win either, but the GOP might not be slaughtered in down-ballot races without Trump at the top.
How's about we just get Trump to the nomination, and see how things play out?

Strawberry soda?
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eDave 06:07 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by baitism:
I always knew CP was full of beta males. This poll proves it.
^^^Batshit crazy
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cosmo20002 06:46 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by Dagnabit:
How will they go to work and earn the tax dollars needed for your useless progressive social programs?
Paid experimental medical testing.
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Prison Bitch 07:44 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by alnorth:
If Trump is the nominee, the GOP will experience its most epic defeat ever. Not that Cruz can win either, but the GOP might not be slaughtered in down-ballot races without Trump at the top.
45th time Tard has posted this exact thing^^^^
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Rain Man 08:20 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by alnorth:
If Trump is the nominee, the GOP will experience its most epic defeat ever. Not that Cruz can win either, but the GOP might not be slaughtered in down-ballot races without Trump at the top.
I almost wonder if a Trump candidacy could help down-ballot candidates. There's a natural tendency to seek balance between the two major parties, and if no one can stomach Trump they might still vote for Republicans to keep Bernie or Clinton in check. (Of course, Clinton will just have her opposition killed, but they still might think it's worth a try.)
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Sweet Daddy Hate 09:00 PM 04-06-2016
I, for one, welcome our new globalist social masters, and can not WAIT to be equally poor with Nicaragua!
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ClevelandBronco 09:30 PM 04-06-2016
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
I almost wonder if a Trump candidacy could help down-ballot candidates. There's a natural tendency to seek balance between the two major parties, and if no one can stomach Trump they might still vote for Republicans to keep Bernie or Clinton in check. (Of course, Clinton will just have her opposition killed, but they still might think it's worth a try.)
And the rest of us shall envy the dead.
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Donger 01:21 AM 04-07-2016
Originally Posted by Dagnabit:
You'll lose the Country when you vote in another closet-socialist, progressive, or RINO.

Is Trump the brightest? No.

Is he the prescription? Yes.
:-)

You really should not even attempt to call others RINOs when you support Trump.
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Over Yonder 01:48 AM 04-07-2016
Originally Posted by :
Will you vote for Donald Trump?
Thankfully, living in Missouri, I dont even have to vote. The decision is made. But, if I lived in a swing state, I really dont know what I would do.

Assuming my vote mattered (:-)), and assuming the election is Trump vs. Hildebeast, yea probably. But I wouldnt like it. At that point, its voting against the Hildebeast more than voting for Trump.

Im hoping for a hail mary where neither make the ballot, actually:-)
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Saul Good 06:25 AM 04-07-2016
Originally Posted by ChiefsFan1st:
Thankfully, living in Missouri, I dont even have to vote. The decision is made. But, if I lived in a swing state, I really dont know what I would do.

Assuming my vote mattered (:-)), and assuming the election is Trump vs. Hildebeast, yea probably. But I wouldnt like it. At that point, its voting against the Hildebeast more than voting for Trump.

Im hoping for a hail mary where neither make the ballot, actually:-)
Missouri figures to be one of the tightest states in the general. Clinton leads Trump, but it's not a big lead.
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