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GOP has started the WAR ON TRUMP
#1
And here it is... the Hiroshima essay:

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/14/opinio...share&_r=0
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#2
The whole fucking country voted in a president for not much more reason than "because he's black", so I dunno... qualified or not, I'm voting for the white guy this time too.
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#3
I agree with about 90% of the article.
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Quote:If this scenario comes to pass, many Republicans will find themselves in a situation they once thought unimaginable: refusing to support the nominee of their party because it is the best thing that they can do for their party and their country.

Isn't this exactly what happened to the last two Republican politicians who ran for president?

I am more likely to vote for Trump BECAUSE people like this guy want another jackass politician. He thinks a long history of conning people to vote for you makes you an expert on leadership, economics and negotiation.
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#5
What I think is funny is that people are like, "Nope, not Carson...he isn't experienced." "Nope, not Cruz. He has been around too long (too experienced)."

What precise amount of "experience" would make people happy?

I don't trust Trump. I like Carson, but if his numbers keep dropping I'll vote Cruz.
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#6
Isn't this how Obama got elected? TWICE.

No way in hell am I voting for Hillary.
I don't suffer from insanity.
I enjoy every minute of it.
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#7
I would vote for any of the Republican candidates over what the Democratic party has to offer. I would prefer Rand Paul or Ben Carson but if Trump or Cruz is the nominee I wouldn't hold my nose. The same goes for Rubio. As it stands now, it looks like Trump or Cruz will make it all the way. My preference doesn't have much of a chance and that is just life.


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#8
Agreed, anyone but a Democrat or a Socialist.
I've said this before. I have never voted FOR anybody, going back to Nixon/McGovern in 72. Always against the greater of two evils. If I voted for McCain and Romney, "moderates" can vote for Trump or Cruz.
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#9
The bad thing is they we have to vote for evil in the first place. One hell of a position to be in...


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#10
The bad thing is that we have totally redefined "statesman". Carson is the ultimate in intelligence, honesty, and chivalry. We know he couldn't have become what he has become without leadership and hard work. That, to me, would be the ultimate definition of a good President.

But no....now we want loud, we want argumentative, we want someone not afraid to bully others, we want someone who isn't too perfect so we feel better about ourselves.

We are the reality show generation, so we have no patience for soft spoken intelligence. We want shock value. We want drama. We want it in-your-face.

And the other side just wants a free ride. A utopia. A rest from labor or anything upsetting.

We will get what we deserve.

Not excited about it.
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