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Old 03-04-2016, 09:08 AM   #181
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Imagine the day Laguardia International Airport is renamed Donald J. Trump International Airport...

Honestly, it would be fitting for such a shitty catastrophe of an airport to be named after such a shitty catastrophe of a person.


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Imagine the day Laguardia International Airport is renamed Donald J. Trump International Airport...
I think at this point he should be the symbol of failure and phony-ness.
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Imagine the day Laguardia International Airport is renamed Donald J. Trump International Airport...
Why on earth would they do that even if he were to become President? Trump is not some kind of New York City hero. If he were to get the nomination he would get slaughtered in NYC. He's a non entity here.

Give him the airport in Atlantic City, that way it can sit in the shadows of all of his former casinos that all went bankrupt.
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Is this a game of how many different candidates you can endorse in one election cycle?



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Why on earth would they do that even if he were to become President? Trump is not some kind of New York City hero. If he were to get the nomination he would get slaughtered in NYC. He's a non entity here.

Give him the airport in Atlantic City, that way it can sit in the shadows of all of his former casinos that all went bankrupt.

Everyone else gets the joke 😳
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After watching last nights debate, im starting to think it's possible that Hillary could win 300+ electoral votes.

Back when TRUMP! first joined the race, i said it was going to be entertaining. I had no idea how true that really was. I loved the line from last night "Little Marco" That's just pure comedy there.

Thing is, it's obvious that Cruz, Rubio, the GOP Establishment, and FAUX News are all out to get TRUMP! Clearly every question was geared to make him look bad, phony, or whatever. So when TRUMP! whines that FAUX News isn't treating him fair - i mean he kind of has a point. Yeah, he is still a grown man who is whining, but there is definitely something there.

I guess we all just need to appreciate this for what it is; the biggest political circus of our lifetime. Someday they will write books about this 2016 election and we can all say we lived through it.
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http://www.theonion.com/article/dona...-penis-i-28589
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and this as well: Ben Carson Slowly Floats Away From Earth - The Onion - America's Finest News Source
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After watching last nights debate, im starting to think it's possible that Hillary could win 300+ electoral votes.
Obama had 332 electoral votes last time. Running against Trump would make Clinton a slam-dunk to get at least 300. I mean, come on...
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I think Trump's predictability in a general election is very volatile and unpredictable, despite polling numbers.
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Obama had 332 electoral votes last time. Running against Trump would make Clinton a slam-dunk to get at least 300. I mean, come on...
You'd think but I honestly don't trust the citizens of this country to not vote for the fascist.
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The Onion has really been on point for this election cycle.
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The Onion has really been on point for this election cycle.
the sad thing is that those satires aren't so far away from the reality.

also this: Hillary Clinton’s Campaign: Myth Vs. Fact - The Onion - America's Finest News Source
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Someday they will write books about this 2016 election and we can all say we lived through it.
Seriously, I've actually been thinking about how, if I ever have kids of my own, or nieces or nephews, I'd even begin to explain this craziness to them, and how it'd be taught and explained in school.
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Some of the Early elections in US were rife with dirty press rumors and slander. Jefferson - Adams comes to mind.
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Is this a game of how many different candidates you can endorse in one election cycle?

I've gone from Rand Paul-Cruz-Kasich.
I supported Rand for a year and then he dropped out, then I flipped from Cruz to Kasich. Not every candidate I talk about I necessarily support.
I actually still like Ted Cruz and should've insinuated that he sucks a lot less than the rest. I agree on almost every issue with Cruz, he just wouldn't be a great president. I'm more in the camp of anti-Trump, anti-establishment.

My rankings would look like this.
1 Kasich
2 Cruz
3 Rubio
4 Gary Johnson
5 Trump
...And there's no chance of me ever voting for a democrat.

But yeah, you're right. I've flipped a lot. I voted for Cruz here and he won big time. If I was in Ohio, I would have voted for Kasich. I just don't want Trump.
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I've gone from Rand Paul-Cruz-Kasich.
I supported Rand for a year and then he dropped out, then I flipped from Cruz to Kasich. Not every candidate I talk about I necessarily support.
I actually still like Ted Cruz and should've insinuated that he sucks a lot less than the rest. I agree on almost every issue with Cruz, he just wouldn't be a great president. I'm more in the camp of anti-Trump, anti-establishment.

My rankings would look like this.
1 Kasich
2 Cruz
3 Rubio
4 Gary Johnson
5 Trump
...And there's no chance of me ever voting for a democrat.

But yeah, you're right. I've flipped a lot. I voted for Cruz here and he won big time. If I was in Ohio, I would have voted for Kasich. I just don't want Trump.
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You liked Trump when he first announced, did you not?


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2016 US Presidential Election Thread Part VI

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You liked Trump when he first announced, did you not?


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I liked his rhetoric early on because he talks the way I do. Ripping on Karl Rove, the media, etc made me like him, but I never seriously supported him. I was a very firm Rand Paul supporter for a long time. It's when he started the personal insults against Rand when I turned and then it's just progressively gotten worse. His psycho die hards have made me strongly anti-Trump. Not all his supporters are like the ones you see on Twitter talking about white genocide, but I can't associate myself with those loons. Also, he's much too authoritarian and liberal for me.
I've liked Kasich since day 1. Last summer I predicted the final five to be Rubio, Cruz, Trump, Kasich, and Paul with Rubio winning. I haven't gone from hating someone to suddenly loving them. I've always like Kasich, I've been a big fan of Cruz since he was running for the senate, and I'm obviously a big fan of Ron Paul which caused me to love Rand as well.


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His early rhetoric also called Mexicans rapists, deIf dealers, etc. and was also quite misogynistic.
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