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TRUMP. NOTHING BUT TRUMP
#61
Holy shit. Now he's saying since they are ruining our night we should ruin the rest of their lives. Is he batshit crazy?
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#62
Yes, he is bat shit crazy! He is bad mouthing the two Democrats and Cruz, etc.....very tacky....He did admit that his wife and daughter told him to act more Presidential.....he said that was difficult for him.

He is a big liar about the guy who tried to get onstage at his last rally. The Secret Service (yes, we have to pay for his protection, i guess) all grabbed him to protect him, and Donny is now saying the guy was connected to ISIS.

I think he is making that up as he then jumped to subject of why we need to close our borders. He seems very disjointed and unorganized tonight. so guess I can thank the protesters.
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#63
I think Chris Christie and Ben Carson can wave goodbye to their political futures. Suckers.

And, to blame Obama or Bernie Sanders for the yeehaw dipshittery that is Donald Trump's political version of his WWE theatrical gigs is the rationale of the terminally gullible.

The Tea Party and GOP infighting and backstabbing, and the impotence of the federal government (meaning both parties engaged in the perpetual pissing contests) pissed off enough Republicans to make more than a few foggy-eyed ones believe that a slick celebrity marketer and seller of utter crap was a national savior. Strange but true, in my view.

Anyway, I do believe this is the beginning of the end of the "maybe he's legitimate" phase of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. I think a whole lotta people are gonna wind up pretending that they never REALLY supported Donald Trump. I think that's probably a good idea.
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#64
Will protesters attack the voting booths in November?
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#65
(03-12-2016, 09:49 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Anyway, I do believe this is the beginning of the end of the "maybe he's legitimate" phase of Donald Trump's presidential campaign.


I think so too. I think this weekend has brought about a turning point.

There have been more than a couple of moments where it has sounded like Donald has gone completely off the rails. He sounded like a crazy person last night. This was one more rally where he didn't talk about anything of any substance. It was all posturing.
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(03-12-2016, 06:45 PM)blueberryhill Wrote: Then, in walks, their hero, Donald J Trump. He tells people what they want to hear and he validates all the hate and it spreads like a cancer......and then we have chaos......Do you really think Donny is not responsible for this unrest and acting out at his political rallies? You know about Psychology...you don't have to get your hands dirty, just say the right thing to the "right" people and they will perform as expected.

No, I don't think it's Donald Trump's fault that both the supporters and protesters are fucking crazy. He definitely attracts the crazies from both sides, but I don't think he's responsible for all the assholes in the world. Also in his defense when he said that "in the good old days the police would have acted a lot quicker to escort those people out" that was directed to one of his own supporters wearing a KKK shirt.
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#67
Vote Trump. Make America White again. . . . . Oops, I mean great again.
Beer drinking, gun toting, Bike riding,
womanizing, sex fiend, sexist, asshole !
Don't like it? Well than F.U !!!!!!!!!
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#68
(03-13-2016, 12:06 PM)F.U. Wrote: Vote Trump. Make America White again. . . . . Oops, I mean great again.


You're cool with being stereotyped, right?
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#69
Yes Duch. You do know that comment was a joke right?
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#70
(03-13-2016, 12:14 PM)F.U. Wrote: You do know that comment was a joke right?


No, I didn't know that. That's difficult for me to discern when people are talking politics. Even when I hear something that I think is so over the top I can never be sure that someone isn't completely serious.
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#71


So, I was listening to Donald on Meet The Press this morning. He reiterated that he doesn't condone the violence but in the next breath says his people are looking into paying the legal fees incurred by his supporter who sucker punched a protester who was being led out by the police. He's cool with the violence, I don't doubt that at all.
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#72
(03-13-2016, 11:21 AM)sally Wrote:
(03-12-2016, 06:45 PM)blueberryhill Wrote: Then, in walks, their hero, Donald J Trump. He tells people what they want to hear and he validates all the hate and it spreads like a cancer......and then we have chaos......Do you really think Donny is not responsible for this unrest and acting out at his political rallies? You know about Psychology...you don't have to get your hands dirty, just say the right thing to the "right" people and they will perform as expected.

No, I don't think it's Donald Trump's fault that both the supporters and protesters are fucking crazy. He definitely attracts the crazies from both sides, but I don't think he's responsible for all the assholes in the world. Also in his defense when he said that "in the good old days the police would have acted a lot quicker to escort those people out" that was directed to one of his own supporters wearing a KKK shirt.

The idiot protester who tried to rush the stage in Ohio this weekend, prompting Secret Service to shield Trump, was not a Trump supporter, nor was he wearing a KKK shirt. He is a 22-year-old frequent racism protester and former child actor.

Anyway, I agree with you that people are responsible for their own actions. But, I think it would be ignorant to believe that Trump objects to unnecessary physical confrontations when, in fact, I've watched/heard him rile his excited crowds of followers by imploring them to knock the crap/hell out of potential protesters, proclaiming that he wanted to punch a non-violent one in the face as the protester was already being escorted out by police, and telling them how he misses the good old days when protesters were carried out on stretchers.

Trump's claim that Bernie Sanders' campaign organized the Chicago protest is false. His threat to send his followers to disrupt Bernie's rallies in retaliation is just another attempt to generate more reality-show type drama, in my opinion.

Most of the Chicago protesters were University of Illinois student activists who've been protesting police brutality and racial/religious discrimination for months on end. It's one of the most diverse universities in the country; not surprising that they'd picket a Trump rally and that there would be plenty of Democrats among the student body. Trump said that LE advised him to cancel his appearance due to safety concerns. LE says they did not; Trump's campaign informed them that he was cancelling.
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#73


I've read that there are a number of venues that he could have chosen to hold his rally at but he choose that particular one. It was said he knew exactly what he was getting himself into with that location. True or false, I am inclined to believe it.
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(03-13-2016, 01:05 PM)Duchess Wrote:

I've read that there are a number of venues that he could have chosen to hold his rally at but he choose that particular one. It was said he knew exactly what he was getting himself into with that location. True or false, I am inclined to believe it.

I find it rather funny that he's been holding these rallies for 8 months now with no trouble and all the sudden...Chicago. They show their true colors as usual.

Of course you're inclined to believe it. That's where your mind is set and paranoia has taken over. Yes, you're paranoid...along with Dono, HotD and BBH. Relax, if those of us on the right can survive the last 7 plus years, you'll be fine if Trump gets it. You already said it wouldn't effect your life one way or another, sooo.....

Are you out of weed?
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#75
(03-13-2016, 01:47 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote: Are you out of weed?


Oh nooooo. I never let it get to that point.

Puff, puff, pass.
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(03-13-2016, 01:47 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote: Of course you're inclined to believe it. That's where your mind is set and paranoia has taken over. Yes, you're paranoid...along with Dono, HotD and BBH. Relax, if those of us on the right can survive the last 7 plus years, you'll be fine if Trump gets it. You already said it wouldn't effect your life one way or another, sooo.....

Are you out of weed?

You fancy yourself a mind-reader now, FAHQTOO?

I don't have fears, much less paranoia, regarding a Trump nomination or presidency, as I've said for myself several times.

And you're off base about how I feel about the Chicago protest as well.

You should work on your telepathy, or stick to speaking for yourself...or just keep being presumptuous and wrong.
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#77
(03-13-2016, 12:14 PM)F.U. Wrote: Yes Duch. You do know that comment was a joke right?

Do you know if it is? A joke I mean. Because many don't seem to. Including Trump.
Thank god I am oblivious to the opinions of others while caught in the blinding splendor of my own cleverness.
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#78
(03-13-2016, 02:52 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(03-13-2016, 01:47 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote: Of course you're inclined to believe it. That's where your mind is set and paranoia has taken over. Yes, you're paranoid...along with Dono, HotD and BBH. Relax, if those of us on the right can survive the last 7 plus years, you'll be fine if Trump gets it. You already said it wouldn't effect your life one way or another, sooo.....

Are you out of weed?

You fancy yourself a mind-reader now, FAHQTOO?

I don't have fears, much less paranoia, regarding a Trump nomination or presidency, as I've said for myself several times.

And you're off base about how I feel about the Chicago protest as well.

You should work on your telepathy, or stick to speaking for yourself...or just keep being presumptuous and wrong.

I see paranoia in all of you. I don't recall speaking for you at all. Just an observance from my own point of view.
I'll keep being "wrong" because everyone knows you're always right.
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#79
I don't think Trump should be advocating violence against protesters.
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#80


I don't feel paranoid, Trump makes me feel irate. Mostly what I feel while listening to him is a raging desire to hit him with a brick. I don't like his tone, I don't like his demeanor, I don't like his face, I don't like one damn thing about him. I think he's a horrible individual. Having said all that, I watch or listen to news about that mutha everyday. I want to know what is going on.
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