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Presidential time of the year.

Post by Cr0ck1 » Thu Aug 06, 2015 3:03 pm

Ok seriously, Trump seems like the one here.

What do you all think.?


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Post by blackpowderscout » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:15 am

I haven't made up my mind yet but hear are my thoughts after watching the first debates.

Ben Carson won a lot of supporters I think. As did Carly Fiorina earlier. She should have been in the big show instead of Cruz or Bush, in my opinion.

Rubio, Huckabee, Christie, and Kasich all looked strong too.

Rand Paul seemed a bit more abrasive and condescending than I was expecting from him.

Trump looked bad.
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Re: Presidential time of the year.

Post by JBUG308 » Fri Aug 07, 2015 7:23 am

I felt Trump looked uncomfortable at times and out of place. Some of his responses were spot on though.
Ben Carson, to me, answered everything thrown his way the best.
Rand Paul reminds me of a modern day Patrick Henry. That is a compliment - not saying he did good in the debate.
I actually liked Cruz' answers and the way he carried himself. Sometimes he got a little off on talking about HE did this and HE did that, but his message was still good - IMO.
I believe all of the candidates had good and bad moments with the exception of Carson. The few times they did address Dr. Carson I felt he was spot on.
Sorry, but I feel Jeb Bush didn't do so hot. A lot of cheerleading.
Then again - look at the other party and what could come out of it.........

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Re: Presidential time of the year.

Post by treefarmer » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:30 am

The best part of the debate was the closing statement by Huckabee!
Seems like he threw everybody a curve ball till he put a name with his statement.
There are some real good prospects, time will tell as the campaign goes on who we can support with a good conscience.
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Re: Presidential time of the year.

Post by Cr0ck1 » Wed Jul 27, 2016 3:39 pm

Ok so its Trump & Hillary.

For some reason i think every if TRUMP GETS 50000% of the vote.. Hillary will still be the president.. This is going to not be good.

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Post by TerribleTed » Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:42 pm

Trump not Hitlery she is scary to think what that snake would do if she's elected

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Post by nachogrande » Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:54 am

When faced with the choice of 2 turd sandwiches, pick the one with the most bread. OR the possible bad choice vs the known bad choice.
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Post by treefarmer » Tue Aug 02, 2016 1:16 pm

Nacho,
Another way of sayin' it, "the lesser of two evils". The "lesser" doesn't seem to lie every time his lips move. It is what it is, I personally put a lot of stock in NRA approval of candidates from our local races right on up to the Whitehouse. Mrs. Clinton has referred to the NRA as the enemy!
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Post by nachogrande » Tue Aug 02, 2016 7:03 pm

One thing for sure, the D scares the crap out of phoney baloney politicians on both sides of the aisle. At the very least win or lose D will send a very clear message of just how fed up a good # of this countries voters are. This boat could use a good rocking, hopefully it doesn't capsize & sink. He is a FAR CRY from a shoe in. I'm waiting for the other shoe to fall when social media stars sway I phone Zombies to vote left. It will be a sad day when Kim K, Swifty, and queen B decide who shall be president. I wouls love to hear D use his famous catchphrase A LOT, YOUR'E FIRED!!!
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Re: Presidential time of the year.

Post by TerribleTed » Thu Aug 18, 2016 11:12 am

I think Trump would be a good president. The government need to be more business like with our money. the new definitely twist ever comment trump makes in an anti Trump add. They really do if you watch what he said live then on the news its cut and past. What i thing is our current government is really corrupt and there scared of outsider like Trump.

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