Would you support a third term for Donald Trump?

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Would you support a third term for Donald Trump?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

    43 vote(s)
    93.5%
  3. Depends on how his second term goes.

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  1. vman12

    vman12 Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    We'll have the FEMA camps in place for 2024 so it's fine.
     
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    The last time this country had a "three-term" president was during the reign of the great Democrat demi-god, Frankie Roosevelt! No way in the world would we ever want to run the risk of anything as disastrous as THAT ever happening to the country again!

    [​IMG].
    "Just follow my lead on this thing and you Yanks will be completely out of your "Great Depression" in no time!" :cheerleader:
     
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    Trump Jr. makes his dad look smart. Ivanka is a NYC liberal. Last person we need for President is a relative to a President. We tried that a few years ago, it wasn't the best idea.
     
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    Would you support a third term for Donald Trump?



    I would not support a second term, let alone a third one!!!
     
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    I would support the ideals, policy agendas & campaign promises made & largely fulfilled by DJT to live on after his 2nd term is concluded. For those who shudder at the concept of nationalism (borders, language culture) I wouldn't expect you to appreciate the enormity of the 2016 election w/ even the constitution on the line. The devolution into globalism surely would have been rocketed into orbit by HRC.
     
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    I think a 3rd term of Trump would do this country well. But the precedent it would set would potentially be terrible. Two terms seems just the right amount in the long game (and as it happens, its also THE LAW).

    And as another poster mentioned- need the same for Congress!
     
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    So funny , yet so true. Like a moth to the flame they just cant stop themselves.
     
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    Unless some better option to the current crop in opposition rises, I will likely vote for him in 2020 despite not voting for him in the last go. But, given I believe in adhering to the Constitution’s provisions, I would oppose a third term. We either follow the Constitution’s principles and provisions or we are lost as a Nation as far as I am concerned.
    Now, I would support an amendment for term limits for Congress on the way to other reforms of the Washington culture of elitism.
     
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    No... the gifted Kat Kerr has stated that V. P. Pence will become President for eight years after President Trump does his eight years. Actually..... there is even more to what she predicted......

    ‘Prophetess’ Kat Kerr Guarantees ’24 Years Of God In The White House’
    [​IMG]By Kyle Mantyla | August 7, 2018 1:43 pm
     
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    Do you believe in miracles?


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    No third term, and definitely limits on all the other weasels that populate our government. And, as an aside, no after term benefits paid for by the taxpayer... you want it, you pay for it.
     
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  12. Turin

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    nope. I do not believe in anything divinely inspired in any way shape or form.
     
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    I only support a single term for all elected offices.
     
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    A third term would be unconstitutional and illegal. We are still a country with a Constitution.
     
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    I voted no, though I support a second term just not a third, simply because it would be unconstitutional-unless the constitution is amended repealing that restriction. No doubt the Demoncrats in Congress are likely hard at work on that repeal as they are all consumed with all things Trump;-)
     
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    I believe elected officials should be limited to a single term.
     

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