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  • Rover
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    To them hilly = trump.

    Wall St back pocket

    "Gets things done" by being a moderate. Certainly NOT a progressive liberal.
    As I mentioned earlier, my proprietary research sez 10%. Feel free to conduct your own study!

    Scoobs- there's a potential goldmine of innuendo and speculation as to just how much money Trump has made while leaving other people holding the bag when his ventures go belly up. If he refuses to release his tax returns, we can go hog wild making up just about whatever we want! Mittens got killed both on the 47% comment and the notion that he had gone several years not paying a dime in taxes. Unlike the Clintons who've paid the going rate. Kinda hard to play a populist hero (or appeal to the Bernie voters) if you're worth 10Bn but haven't given a cent back unlike the rest of us.

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  • Spartanforlife4
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by Rover View Post
    I've often thought Sanders the candidate is better than the Sanders campaign, which seems to be run by idiots. When they're not hacking into their opponents database and downloading files or blowing off having their old Jewish guy from Brooklyn candidate competing in Florida which is chock full of old Jewish guys from Brooklyn, they're not keeping a lid on their supporters who don't seem to understand that the Democratic party rules tend to favor, you know, registered Democrats. Its like when they complain about closed primaries that only allow registered Dems to vote. The horror!

    I can easily see Sanders delegates being denied because of some rules about being a registered Dem for a little while in order to vote in a Dem caucus. Chair throwing as a response is more of a Trump campaign thing people.

    Democracy is easy when you only allow one option to vote before passing a motion.


    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Just imagine if Hillary blows this.
    Trump reminds me of Trapper Keeper from South Park. Just absorbs everything, grows ever larger, and keeps moving. There's no logical reason for him to have a shot this November, but there's also no logical reason for him to have made it this far.

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by Rover View Post
    Ahhh silly silly mookie. I appreciate the concern trolling, but its not going to be a problem because of two magic words: "President Trump"

    That, coupled with a once in a generation chance to pack the SCOTUS with liberals, pretty much gets all of the Bernie people on board. Fact is, if you do the math, she can probably afford to lose 25% of them and still win in a walk, provided they just stay home and don't vote for Trump. Using our own internal calculations here at Rover Nation, which I'm not at liberty to make public at this time, we're estimating about 10% of his people stay home in November...
    To them hilly = trump.

    Wall St back pocket

    "Gets things done" by being a moderate. Certainly NOT a progressive liberal.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by The Sicatoka View Post
    I'm sure Trump will find out for us.

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  • The Sicatoka
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Just imagine if Hillary blows this.
    Sounds like Hillary doesn't blow anything.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by Rover View Post
    Of the 3 remaining candidates for President only one has released all tax returns going back decades....
    Yeah, and no one cares.

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  • Rover
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    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    If Hillary does blow it that means Trump will get away without releasing his tax returns after telling everyone that Romney suffered because he released his too late.
    Of the 3 remaining candidates for President only one has released all tax returns going back decades....

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    If Hillary does blow it that means Trump will get away without releasing his tax returns after telling everyone that Romney suffered because he released his too late.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    In an interview with The New York Times' columnist Maureen Dowd, Trump responded "You mean Pocahontas?" when he was asked about his disputes on Twitter with Sen. Warren, D-Mass.
    Just imagine if Hillary blows this.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    We still have a Benghazi committee.

    That's all anyone need know about the GOP and governing.

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  • Rover
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    so much for all those bern feelers just falling in with the hilly crowd come the general then you've been counting on, huh....
    Ahhh silly silly mookie. I appreciate the concern trolling, but its not going to be a problem because of two magic words: "President Trump"

    That, coupled with a once in a generation chance to pack the SCOTUS with liberals, pretty much gets all of the Bernie people on board. Fact is, if you do the math, she can probably afford to lose 25% of them and still win in a walk, provided they just stay home and don't vote for Trump. Using our own internal calculations here at Rover Nation, which I'm not at liberty to make public at this time, we're estimating about 10% of his people stay home in November...

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  • FadeToBlack&Gold
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by Rover View Post
    I've often thought Sanders the candidate is better than the Sanders campaign, which seems to be run by idiots. When they're not hacking into their opponents database and downloading files or blowing off having their old Jewish guy from Brooklyn candidate competing in Florida which is chock full of old Jewish guys from Brooklyn, they're not keeping a lid on their supporters who don't seem to understand that the Democratic party rules tend to favor, you know, registered Democrats. Its like when they complain about closed primaries that only allow registered Dems to vote. The horror!

    I can easily see Sanders delegates being denied because of some rules about being a registered Dem for a little while in order to vote in a Dem caucus. Chair throwing as a response is more of a Trump campaign thing people.
    Well, Hillary has all the good campaign staff well-paid and in her back pocket . So no wonder Bernie is stuck with the scraps.

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  • mookie1995
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    Originally posted by Rover View Post
    I've often thought Sanders the candidate is better than the Sanders campaign, which seems to be run by idiots. When they're not hacking into their opponents database and downloading files or blowing off having their old Jewish guy from Brooklyn candidate competing in Florida which is chock full of old Jewish guys from Brooklyn, they're not keeping a lid on their supporters who don't seem to understand that the Democratic party rules tend to favor, you know, registered Democrats. Its like when they complain about closed primaries that only allow registered Dems to vote. The horror!

    I can easily see Sanders delegates being denied because of some rules about being a registered Dem for a little while in order to vote in a Dem caucus. Chair throwing as a response is more of a Trump campaign thing people.
    so much for all those bern feelers just falling in with the hilly crowd come the general then you've been counting on, huh....

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  • Rover
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    Re: Campaign 2016 Part XI: the Two Party Problem

    I've often thought Sanders the candidate is better than the Sanders campaign, which seems to be run by idiots. When they're not hacking into their opponents database and downloading files or blowing off having their old Jewish guy from Brooklyn candidate competing in Florida which is chock full of old Jewish guys from Brooklyn, they're not keeping a lid on their supporters who don't seem to understand that the Democratic party rules tend to favor, you know, registered Democrats. Its like when they complain about closed primaries that only allow registered Dems to vote. The horror!

    I can easily see Sanders delegates being denied because of some rules about being a registered Dem for a little while in order to vote in a Dem caucus. Chair throwing as a response is more of a Trump campaign thing people.

    Leave a comment:


  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by joecct View Post
    The Nevada Democratic Convention got a bit boisterous

    http://wtop.com/elections/2016/05/se...ts-convention/
    Having to provide identification to cast a ballot is unamerican!!! Those **** democrats

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