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  Reply # 1567241 7-Jun-2016 16:29
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I think this Tweet speaks volumes of Trump

 

 

 

Don't you know it wasn't him? His account was probably hacked, or someone made up the tweet, or Isis did it.

 

 


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  Reply # 1567243 7-Jun-2016 16:34
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jarledb:

 

I think this Tweet speaks volumes of Trump

 

 

 

Don't you know it wasn't him? His account was probably hacked, or someone made up the tweet, or Isis did it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aliens did it.





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  Reply # 1567247 7-Jun-2016 16:41
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nathan:
jarledb:

I think this Tweet speaks volumes of Trump





Checkout the racist things Ali said about whites. Strikes me as incredibly more racist than anything Drumpf has said.

Ali made those comments when Governor George Wallace was -literally- standing in the doorways of schools to deny entry to non-whites. 1960 something. All kinds of other horrible stuff was going on in various places in the USA.

Ali grew up and became a bigger man.

Trump is not going to grow up.

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  Reply # 1567278 7-Jun-2016 17:16
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Clinton FTW

 

Her legacy will be doing almost nothing. The Senate will see to that, but say she wasn't capable of much and did not much, thats a whole lot better than Drumph doing and saying lots over the four years, to the detriment of the US

 

 


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  Reply # 1567284 7-Jun-2016 17:23
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MikeB4: Hillary Clinton will be the next US President.

 

 

 

I am so gosh darn excited to see whether USA will vote for a dangerous clown with a messiah complex simplex or a probably quite competent woman.

 

 

 

The scary thing, it's a tough call - and I am afraid a woman may be a step too far for them.

 

 





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  Reply # 1567296 7-Jun-2016 17:32
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nunz:

 

MikeB4: Hillary Clinton will be the next US President.

 

 

 

I am so gosh darn excited to see whether USA will vote for a dangerous clown with a messiah complex simplex or a probably quite competent woman.

 

 

 

The scary thing, it's a tough call - and I am afraid a woman may be a step too far for them.

 

 

 

 

Ill have my popcorn and munchies ready that night. Naturally I prefer Clinton to win, its the obvious choice, but if he lucked in, man, thats entertainment on a  daily basis. 


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  Reply # 1567302 7-Jun-2016 17:46
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tdgeek:

 

thats a whole lot better than Drumph doing and saying lots over the four years, to the detriment of the US

 

 

The problem isn't as much what he would say, as what he would do. This is a vindictive guy (just see all the lawsuits he has filled), giving him the power of Presidency of the USA would be very dangerous. Both for people in the US, and for the rest of us on this planet.

 

For the world, it would have been better if he became the president of his own little island (or islands), say New Zealand... ;)





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nunz:

 

I am so gosh darn excited to see whether USA will vote for a dangerous clown with a messiah complex simplex or a probably quite competent woman.

 

The scary thing, it's a tough call - and I am afraid a woman may be a step too far for them.

 

 

Remember, this is America, where a recent man who accomplished not much in the last 10 years was selected as Woman of the Year.

 

 


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  Reply # 1567534 7-Jun-2016 22:27
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I was pretty convinced a second term of Bush Jr would end the world, it didn't. I don't see Trump ending the world either. I'm not saying I'd favour it, but whilst 8 years seems like a long time, in the grand scheme, it's not that long, and we have survived some pretty hideous humans in charge of various things over the years. Not all his ideas are completely BS Crazy, and 

 

in reality he wouldn't be able to do a lot of what says he wants to do.

 

Bottom line, I think the chances of him winning over Clinton are about 1 in 50. The popular vote means nothing really and as I've said before, the group who decide who becomes president, probably aren't stupid enough to elect him.


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In some small lines in the Internet, Sanders supporters are accusing the American mainstream press of "disgusting" bias by "anointing" Clinton when the press decided Clinton had "clinched nomination".

 

Apparently that's not accurate. So we are still going to have more Democrat primaries?

 

edit- took a look at the schedule, a "super Tuesday" is happening as I type! maybe it's just impossible and Sanders supporters are just delaying the inevitable?


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  Reply # 1567619 8-Jun-2016 07:46
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Read a news clip this morning on Stuff, Paul Ryan doing a speech. Reading between the lines, I see it as " We have to have a candidate, but don't worry, we will run the country, not him"


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In some small lines in the Internet, Sanders supporters are accusing the American mainstream press of "disgusting" bias by "anointing" Clinton when the press decided Clinton had "clinched nomination".

 

Apparently that's not accurate. So we are still going to have more Democrat primaries?

 

edit- took a look at the schedule, a "super Tuesday" is happening as I type! maybe it's just impossible and Sanders supporters are just delaying the inevitable?

 

 

Its mathematically possible, but he should unite with her. Resistance is futile.


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  Reply # 1567623 8-Jun-2016 07:53
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joker97:

 

In some small lines in the Internet, Sanders supporters are accusing the American mainstream press of "disgusting" bias by "anointing" Clinton when the press decided Clinton had "clinched nomination".

 

Apparently that's not accurate. So we are still going to have more Democrat primaries?

 

edit- took a look at the schedule, a "super Tuesday" is happening as I type! maybe it's just impossible and Sanders supporters are just delaying the inevitable?

 

 

 

 

It certainly seems like an uphill battle. But you have to give the man points for being so determined not give in until it's over. I hope he does win. A good dose of small-c communism would do the US a lot of good.





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  Reply # 1567682 8-Jun-2016 09:10
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Here's what I don't understand - Bernie is a "socialist" and Democrats are traditional right wing. So Bernie doesn't fit the Democrats? Maybe he should have run as Republican?


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  Reply # 1567684 8-Jun-2016 09:11
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Here's what I don't understand - Bernie is a "socialist" and Democrats are traditional right wing. So Bernie doesn't fit the Democrats? Maybe he should have run as Republican?

 

 

 

 

You have it the wrong way around. Republicans are like National, and Democrats are like Labour (for policy). 

 

Think Obamacare. 


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