The Next President.

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  1. Polydectes

    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    Well there was a tea party candidates elected over Republicans one of them was here in my home state and I really like him he's a good politician.

    I see Trump more as a reaganesque midliner he's not really ultra-conservative.
     
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    So you do recognize that Kasich is a "non Republican."
     
  3. JakeJ

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    Sorry if your life is a "living hell." But how, precisely, is that President Trump's fault?
     
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    shooter Active Member Past Donor

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    you people still do not get it,you lost and you will loose again.

    john kasich is a liar and kennedy is a brain dead liberal.
     
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    Why do you support these two?
     
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    Hoosier8 Well-Known Member Donor

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    Well after Obama and left wing efforts for a coup and do nothing democrats, you might have a point.

    Meanwhile the economic outlook is much better but I am sure your kind can halt that.
     
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    We gripe about it but our Labor party which is the equivalent of your democrats gets a significant proportion of its funding from the union movement
     
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    Senator Al Franken 2020
    He's Good Enough
    He's Smart Enough

    And gosh darn it
    people like him.


    Moi :oldman:
    Straight White man too :woot:

    r > g

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    Across an immense, unguarded, ethereal border, Canadians, cool and unsympathetic,
    regard our America with envious eyes and slowly and surely draw their plans against us.
     
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  9. Polydectes

    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    Democrats get a lot of finding from unions. But unions here in the states get their money through coercion. There are some states where you can't work in any labor capacity unless you join the union and that of course means paying union dues.
     
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    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    none of those are qualifications, nor do they show him not being a shill for the party.
     
  11. Moi621

    Moi621 Well-Known Member Donor

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    Are you aware of this?



    The point starts at 0:40



    Al Franken
    2020

    Not A Wall Streeter
     
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    Polydectes Well-Known Member

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    talk ous cheap
     
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    Don't forget all of the damage Obama did with the illegal problem etc. It's only fair to blame both sides who have made mistakes.

    It's way to early to predict a next president and Trump could be re-elected.
     
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    The Democrats will pick Woody Allen in 2020 to run for president.

    In true liberal late night fashion, the reasons he is perfect for the nomination are:

    5.He's old so that fits the demo profile.
    4. He's from New York--more of that fitting-the-mold stuff.
    3. He looks like a young(er) version of Bernie Sanders. (His hair isn't grey, but only his hair dresser knows for sure.)
    2. He rants like Bernie Sanders
    And
    1. he plays a wood instrument like Bill did.

    The Democrats should start rigging the delegate count as we speak.
     
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    President Pence maybe if Trump gets impeached or assassinated.
     
  16. tecoyah

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    Now you know how conservatives felt for 8 years under obama.

    The real question is now that progs are walking a mile in the other guys shoes, are they going to mature and realize they are as much or more to blame for this situation, and then change their ways. Or are they going to push the nation over the edge. My bet is they aren't smart enough to wise up.
     
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    Americans who twice gave Obama popular victories and assigned him 59% approval when he completed two terms are obviously not thrilled by his successor whose disapproval has been and remains close to level of Obama's approval.

    If the Twit of Tweet survives until 2020 - which I hope he somehow does - the presidential contest will be between two ant-trumpery nominees. Recovering from trumpery will be the patriotic challenge that unites folks.

    A residue of hardcore Trumpies will persist in their bleating, of course.
     
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    I have an idea, move to Mexico for the next 3.5-16 years, I hear it's a lot like California.
     
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    Statistikhengst Well-Known Member

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    To whom are you directing that comment, exactly? Thanks.
     

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