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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 7:21 am 
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He didn't get the protest vote, Dem's just didn't vote in the same way they did for BO.

Trump's putting together some cabinet, they'll be no stopping him with the senate and congress. And he'll get probably the next 4 on the supreme court.






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 Post subject: Re: It's Donald Trump
PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 8:22 am 
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Biff Tannen wrote:Imo i think Hillary would have been a bigger worry in that regards. Donald may not turn out to be the white knight the average american man is hoping he will be, be he sure as hell scares me a lot less than her on the world stage.


Exactly.

She was being bankrolled by nine out of the ten biggest global arms manufacturers and who can forget how she gleefully laughed on camera upon hearing of the death of a leader she helped to illegally depose.

It was a choice between a nationalist sexist biggot or a globalist neo-liberal warmonger - I would have refused to vote for either personally.






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LeighGionaire wrote:It was a choice between a nationalist sexist biggot or a globalist neo-liberal warmonger - I would have refused to vote for either personally.


Which is still an option for the electoral college - they have the option of becoming a 'faithless elector' and voting against their candidate, or for neither; can't see it happening, but it is an outside chance.

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bren2k wrote:Which is still an option for the electoral college - they have the option of becoming a 'faithless elector' and voting against their candidate, or for neither; can't see it happening, but it is an outside chance.


I'm surprised that more hasn't been made of the FBI's intervention.
2 weeks to go to polling day, Clinton with a 7 point lead in the polls and they go public on the e mail investigation, which has still come to nothing.
What was their motivation and why make such a noise in public, so close to polling day

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 Post subject: Re: It's Donald Trump
PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:42 am 
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What happened 2/3 weeks before polling - all this stuff about Trump and the women - why didn't this come out earlier?

Because nobody thought he had a chance - soon as it became evident he did what happened?






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 Post subject: Re: It's Donald Trump
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I don't see what the the big deal is. No ones gonna start any world wars. Nuclear arms prevent that. You have nukes, so do we, if we start using them we'll destroy each other.

I think we'll see trump transition now into something more ''presidential''. I think he's very clever and took on the persona he did because he knew there were voters he could tap into who were sick of politicians. From what I've seen and read trump voting Americans seemed to understand this. One guy interviewed had never voted before...in his life. He said he would probably get down to vote for trump, his reason? He needed to put food on the table. He needed to feed his family and he believed trump would give a better chance of an improvement in his circumstances than Clinton.

Anyway, some are speculating trump winning over clinton will work out better for us in light of brexit, every cloud eh?






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ThePrinter wrote:Bang on. The smartest most powerful people don't put themselves in the public eye. They were there before Trump, before Obama and will be there pulling the strings after Trump has gone.

The US president the most powerful man in the world? He's about as powerful as a checkout girl at Tesco.



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 Post subject: Re: It's Donald Trump
PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:10 pm 
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FlexWheeler wrote:I don't see what the the big deal is. No ones gonna start any world wars. Nuclear arms prevent that. You have nukes, so do we, if we start using them we'll destroy each other.

I think we'll see trump transition now into something more ''presidential''. I think he's very clever and took on the persona he did because he knew there were voters he could tap into who were sick of politicians. From what I've seen and read trump voting Americans seemed to understand this. One guy interviewed had never voted before...in his life. He said he would probably get down to vote for trump, his reason? He needed to put food on the table. He needed to feed his family and he believed trump would give a better chance of an improvement in his circumstances than Clinton.

Anyway, some are speculating trump winning over clinton will work out better for us in light of brexit, every cloud eh?


There is little doubt that he will become "more presidential", after all, after the way that he behaved during the campaign, it would be impossible to be less so.
However, that just doesn't excuse some of the stuff that he said, which, was "over the line", especially for a person wanting the highest political position in the world.
He wasn't a bloke down the pub, who had had a bit to drink, he was, campaigning for the top job.
For all of our sake's, we have to hope that those around him will exert some control and act as the voice of reason.
As for improving "our" position after Brexit, we still have to see whether our own parliament goes through with it.
As the months have passed since the referendum, fewer and fewer MP's seem willing to go through with it.

The political landscape is changing and not necessarily for the better, the days of politicians having ideals and principles is long gone, which is a crying shame.

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wrencat1873 wrote:I'm surprised that more hasn't been made of the FBI's intervention.
2 weeks to go to polling day, Clinton with a 7 point lead in the polls and they go public on the e mail investigation, which has still come to nothing.
What was their motivation and why make such a noise in public, so close to polling day


Why would anything more be made of it? We all what happened. We all know HC isn't going to jail and we know every threat won't happen. In political contests we can now say what we want, there's no come back.

Draintheswamp = increase the swamp, look what's he's doing right now!






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The Rugby Football League are in the process of reviewing the video that you are referring to. We do not condone behaviour of this nature and have contacted the player’s employer, Hull F.C., who have confirmed that they are dealing with the incident under their club rules.
 
 
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 Post subject: Re: It's Donald Trump
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Sal Paradise wrote:What happened 2/3 weeks before polling - all this stuff about Trump and the women - why didn't this come out earlier?

Because nobody thought he had a chance - soon as it became evident he did what happened?


Earlier? They brought it out to early, trump timed the fbi email dump to perfection.






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