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Old 02-24-2016, 05:43 PM   #736
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Keep Bernie in the Senate so he can keep the same level of achievement he has had all these years. What committees does he chair or even sit on?
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Put money on Julian Castro
Agreed. He'd be my pick.
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this would be a great choice. He did good things for my city. He would attract the Hispanic vote and barring a scandal probably place the WH in the Dems hands for the next 16


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If I was Hillary this is the guy I would want

http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewir...ada-win-states

This guy is pathetic, what a fuckin joke! To call this guy the GOP Obama is an insult.
I'd like to see him chase a chicken down a Kenyan trail for his dinner.
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No way she picks Sanders or he'd agree to be her running mate. No way
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Haha. I mean, in all fairness, even though Ted Cruz is legitimately scarier than Donald Trump, Donald Trump is more worth being ashamed of and leaving the country. George W. Bush isn't worth picking up your bags and leaving. Donald Trump is a manipulator and an actor, and he's acting like a racist, xenophobic pig and it's working. That's definite grounds to actually be ashamed.
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As an American, I am ashamed that so many of my fellow citizens have bought into a campaign fueled by hate and fear. I'd move to Canada but as a native Californian, I don't tolerate cold well.

I truly hope that if Trump wins the nomination, whatever is left of the moderate Republican party jumps ship and forms their own third party.
And THIS, is really the bottom of the situation for me, right here. The damage is done. I'm troubled to the core by this election cycle, and you can't really go back, now. There are this many people supporting him, and that won't change.
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Trump is mostly acting. Real crazy people already in congress blocking Supreme Court nominee. Cruz is true one to watch out for btw. Should be happy trump is taking out the R nuts from within. Hillary vs trump and she should win 69% of vote.


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If anyone read my earlier post from my district representative's email... we've got another golden one in the inbox:
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If Cruz underperformes on Super Tuesday, expect an exodus of big names to Rubio.

Everyone hates him anyway.
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I'd like to see him chase a chicken down a Kenyan trail for his dinner.
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I *did* vote for him in 2012.
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2016 US Presidential Election Thread Part V

When's the next GOP debate? I'd like to watch.

It is starting to get scary now. I think I'd prefer to see Trump the nominee/POTUS over Cruz just because he's a fucking moron with nothing aside from words. Cruz is as evil but actually has political nous and is able to outline policy outside of "we need to build a wall" or "shut down the internet". He's also more evangelical (has a huge lead over Trump with evangelicals in Texas).

I'd take Rubio over both. Fuck Carson, he seems like he's stupider than Trump. Kasich, that'd be my pick.

Just hoping that Bernie can somehow defy all the odds. Something about Hilary Clinton is really smarmy/robotic/dangerous/unnerving to me. But fuck she'd be a hell of a lot better than any GOP bloke.
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I missed the earlier discussion, but here are my two cents (or, more like it, two dimes) as a half-outsider (a foreigner that has lived here for 7 years). Way too many people in this country are deluding themselves thinking Donald Trump is a so-far-out-of-the-mainstream aberration in US political culture, that was propelled to where he is because of a disgruntled, uneducated minority. But step away and look at it from some distance, and it's harder to see the differences in some of the core beliefs of a Donald Trump and (i) most other Republicans, or even in many areas, (ii) the general public at large.

On (i): as much as centrists would like to think that there is still such a thing as a financially conservative, socially moderate Republics with at least some reasonable ideas, this ship has long sailed. Don't go any further than John Kasich - supposedly the logical, moderate, almost liberal Republican in this race. Or, if you want, think of John McCain: the guy was for so many years portrayed as a centrist, willing to cross the aisle, ran a ridiculously mean campaign and picked Sarah fucking Palin for his ticket. People have to accept that the Republic party is basically a science-denying, mildly-xenophobic, misogynistic group of people who also happen to be quite disdainful of minorities, uncharitable to the poor and ridiculously unaware of proper foreign policy.

On (ii), and perhaps the thing that in my view is not properly addressed: a number of ideas that would be seen with a lot of suspicion in most of the (democratic) world are actually part of the political culture. "Make America Great Again" is not a Trump thing. It's deeply rooted in the idea of American exceptionalism that is so obnoxious for most people around the world (and the lack of humility it engenders). The over-militarized approach to everything from the Super Bowl to law enforcement. These things are shared across most of the political spectrum, really.

In sum: Donald Trump is not an aberration. He's just more theatrical than most, but he might even be even more centrist than most Republicans. He just happens to represent a brand of populism mixed with ignorance that is actually more common than people are willing to admit. Donald Trump is Charles Barkley in politics.
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When's the next GOP debate? I'd like to watch.
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I think its tomorrow
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In Texas so I'm sure it will devolve into an old fashioned shootout.

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