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Washington DC and The Holy Land>****2020 Donald Trump re-election campaign thread****
Hammock Parties 08:19 PM 02-11-2019
Eight stars for eight years.

YUUUUUGE rally in El Paso tonight.

It looks like Beto only has 900 guests at his so called March, tiny! We have over 35000 in attendance. 8000 inside and tens of thousands in the parking lot and streets. @realDonaldTrump had 70,000+ RSVPs and thousands couldn’t make it. #winning

— Brad Parscale (@parscale) February 12, 2019




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Prison Bitch 01:27 PM 02-12-2019
He’ll do what all no-achievement dooshes do when they ask for re-election: just go relentlessly negative on the other guy.



Sometimes it works (Bush 04, Obummer 2012), More often it fails badly (Carter 80, Hoover 32, and dozens of Senate/Gov races). The only antidote is to have actual achievements.
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Beef Supreme 01:31 PM 02-12-2019
I am not a fan of Trump, but I do like the fact that he pisses off democrats and Prison Bitch.
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Detoxing 01:35 PM 02-12-2019
Originally Posted by Beef Supreme:
I am not a fan of Trump, but I do like the fact that he pisses off democrats and Prison Bitch.
That's 90% of his voting base, which is why PB is wrong.

I expect Trump to win his 2nd term.
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Prison Bitch 01:38 PM 02-12-2019
Dems will have to nominate someone severely odious to lose.
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Detoxing 01:40 PM 02-12-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Dems will have to nominate someone severely odious to lose.
Challenge accepted.
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Munson 03:34 PM 02-12-2019

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Trolly McTrollson 03:38 PM 02-12-2019
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Dems will have to nominate someone severely odious to lose.
This is what Dems are best at.
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eDave 03:53 PM 02-12-2019
Originally Posted by Trolly McTrollson:
LOL, he’ll just lie about all of his incredible accomplishments and his base of illiterate suckers will all fall for it.
Some of his supporters are intelligent.
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Prison Bitch 08:01 PM 02-12-2019
Originally Posted by GloryDayz:


It was hardly overspending, it was finally getting it right.

And hell yes "we" wanted lots and lot of spending on the military. We wanted it BADLY!!!

He is a very find candidate for you to vote for then. Your support of him is sensible and I can’t disagree with your thinking.
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Hammock Parties 05:01 AM 02-14-2019

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scho63 12:40 PM 02-14-2019
This is reason #1 why Trump will be reelected. :-)


Why 7 out of 10 people think they'll be better off financially next year

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/14/most...next-year.html

Jessica Bursztynsky
Published 1 Hour Ago
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More people are feeling optimistic about their own finances, according to Gallup.

In a recent poll, nearly 7 out of 10 participants said they expected to be "better off" financially by this time next year. The company surveyed 1,017 U.S. adults by phone in January.

This level of optimism hasn't been seen in 16 years, according to Gallup. Half of respondents say they are in better financial shape than a year ago.

This is the first time since 2007 that at least half of the public has reported a generally positive state of current finances, according to the analytics company.

Lydia Saad, director of U.S. Social Research for Gallup, said Americans' financial confidence follows national economic conditions — good GDP growth, and low unemployment and inflation.

"All of the major economic cues are telling Americans that the economy is fairly healthy, or at least not facing imminent problems."
-Lydia Saad, director of U.S. Social Research for Gallup
"The stock market could be a factor for some percentage of the those Americans who are invested in the market (a little over half the public)," Saad said in an email.

The relatively positive state of things likely is driving that confidence, she said.

Only 26 percent of Americans reported being "worse off" this year than in the past year.

Gallup did see some differences depending on political affiliation.

Democrats were more likely, at 37 percent, to say they were worse off financially this year. In comparison, 32 percent of them said they were better off.

"But this is less pessimistic than we've seen the opposing party in prior years when economic conditions were poor," Saad said.

Republicans were more optimistic, with 68 percent saying they feel better off. Only 10 percent of Republicans said they were worse off financially this year.

"The same factors cited above — low unemployment, reasonable economic growth, moderate gas prices, an improving stock market — would explain this for both parties," Saad said. "The major economic cues are telling Americans that the economy is fairly healthy, or at least not facing imminent problems."
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Chiefspants 12:54 PM 02-14-2019
Are you planning on voting this time around, Clay?

To respond to the thread, Dems don't have a legitimate counter to Trump as it stands.
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Hammock Parties 12:55 PM 02-14-2019
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
Are you planning on voting this time around, Clay?
Trump doesn't need my vote to win Missouri.
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Chiefspants 12:57 PM 02-14-2019
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
Trump doesn't need my vote to win Missouri.
Dude.
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Prison Bitch 01:07 PM 02-14-2019
Not sure why people bring up economy as a reason he will win. Economy was great this cycle too, and minorities still voted against GOP.


They will always vote against the gop. Race trumps economics. Decades of polling data proves that
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