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I know, I'm not American and therefore don't have an opinion. But I hope this gif posts and it's toooo funny.

Otherwise I'll spend tomorrow tring to post it.

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Joseph, I say that every four years.

I look forward to the day that I can vote FOR a candidate.

And I completely loathe that unless the polls show Florida going "Trump," then I'll have to vote the the loathsome jerk to avoid the genius demagogue. 

I pray that after all this, the GOP falls apart and a new party appears.

But I am, well, not holding my breath.  Sigh.

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I do not follow the news, but it's really, really hard to avoid it. 
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 I pray that after all this, the GOP falls apart and a new party appears.

But I am, well, not holding my breath.  Sigh.


THAT is the point of him being there.  Whether that's his idea or intention.  THAT is the reason many, if not all, of his supporters are supporting him.

They want to can the entire REP Party and start with something new.

IF that is not possible, it is at least opening the door for a serious 3rd party that can compete with this dysfunctional corrupt system that we now have in place...


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I really don't know what to say about this election year. I was raised a conservative and believe in less taxes and the .gov staying out of peoples lives. I am a defender of the second amendment but stand for LGBT rights and gay marriage. I work for a university and am actively involved in my union. I am an animal rights and environment advocate but believe in hunters rights.

I guess I am something of an enigma and who voted for Obama after falling for the whole hope and change BS. As I am in CA, the state always goes D anyways but I will vote for Trump none the less. I am fearful of what might happen if the supreme court swings fully left wing.

Do I like Trump? Meh, not really. But if the choice were him or a woman who stated the Benghazi attacks were because of a youtube video and claims she and Bill were broke after leaving the presidency...well, my choice will be the R card.
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I really don't know what to say about this election year. I was raised a conservative and believe in less taxes and the .gov staying out of peoples lives. I am a defender of the second amendment but stand for LGBT rights and gay marriage. I work for a university and am actively involved in my union. I am an animal rights and environment advocate but believe in hunters rights.

I guess I am something of an enigma and who voted for Obama after falling for the whole hope and change BS. As I am in CA, the state always goes D anyways but I will vote for Trump none the less. I am fearful of what might happen if the supreme court swings fully left wing.

Do I like Trump? Meh, not really. But if the choice were him or a woman who stated the Benghazi attacks were because of a youtube video and claims she and Bill were broke after leaving the presidency...well, my choice will be the R card.


I'm with you Michael...

I ask myself "Would I have been fired and my career ruined for having an Exchange Server (SERVER!!!!) at my house passing work related and classified information..?"

Fired..?  Career..?   I would still be in jail without a career ..!



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The Waterford Whisper has an exclusive on when Nigel Farage addressed a Trump Rally.

http://waterfordwhispersnews.com/2016/08/25/america-needs-to-leave-the-us-farrage-addresses-trump-rally/

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Giggled about this one:

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The only difference about the 2016 election year is that one of the candidates is not an interventionist.  That's a step in the right direction. Mathematically, an interventionist has no chance of fixing the economy for the simple reason that an interventionist promotes private profit at the public's expense.  It never really mattered who won when both or the Republican & Republicrat candidates were interventionists.  The money still flowed in the same direction although The Republicats left a few extra crumbs on the table for the rest of us. 

Bill Clinton came the closest to fixing the economy, even though he was an interventionist.  However, he made on huge mistake when he repealed the Glass Steegal act.  Nothing changed as two more interventionists followed, George W Bush & George W Obama.  If Trump doesn't win, we well have yet another interventionist, George W Hillary.  Nothing will change again
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How do you figure Clinton fixed the economy?

He happened to be President when the microchip industry had matured enough to where you could finally buy computers that were useful productivity tools instead of game platforms.
A time when LANs were just starting to multiply that productivity.  A time when early online communities started creating the kind of innovation that easy planet-wide collaboration made possible (so long as your co-workers didn't kill you for creating those squeaks from the dialup modems).

It was also a time of increased tax revenues because of the tech bubble.

He had absolutely zero to do with any of that.  Saying he fixed the economy is like saying Wally the Mesozoic Shrew fixed the dinosaur problem with the meteor.  Wally just happened to be there.

His main "contribution" to tech was signing that awful DMCA.

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THAT is the point of him being there.  Whether that's his idea or intention.  THAT is the reason many, if not all, of his supporters are supporting him.

They want to can the entire REP Party and start with something new.

IF that is not possible, it is at least opening the door for a serious 3rd party that can compete with this dysfunctional corrupt system that we now have in place...


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Tim, I'm sorry, my friend, but Trump is an idiot.  (I mean, he's an idiot that I'll probably vote for, but he's still an idiot.)  Fortunately, he's not a real Republican or Democrat, so nothing he wants to do will get done.  He'll be another four-year embarrassment to the country and then he'll go.  In the interim, maybe more of us will find the time to get involved with politics and push a reasonable centrist party.  Hillary, in contrast, is enough of a genius that she'd put in really dumbass policies that once in place will never leave.  (Like this ACA law that has made it a felony for me to buy an insurance policy this year.  Just five more months, hope I don't get hit by a car...)  Thank god Ginsburg was dumb enough to compel her to recuse herself about anything election-ish.

Meanwhile, maybe in the process we can harness a new source of energy -- Jefferson must be spinning in his grave fast enough to generate a few gigawatts, no? [smile] 

 


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Tim, I'm sorry, my friend, but Trump is an idiot.  (I mean, he's an idiot that I'll probably vote for, but he's still an idiot.)  Fortunately, he's not a real Republican or Democrat, so nothing he wants to do will get done.  He'll be another four-year embarrassment to the country and then he'll go.  In the interim, maybe more of us will find the time to get involved with politics and push a reasonable centrist party.  Hillary, in contrast, is enough of a genius that she'd put in really dumbass policies that once in place will never leave.  (Like this ACA law that has made it a felony for me to buy an insurance policy this year.  Just five more months, hope I don't get hit by a car...)  Thank god Ginsburg was dumb enough to compel her to recuse herself about anything election-ish.

Meanwhile, maybe in the process we can harness a new source of energy -- Jefferson must be spinning in his grave fast enough to generate a few gigawatts, no? [smile] 

 



When did I say he wasn't an idiot..?   [smile]

I'm just saying time for a re-boot...  This station-wagon has been heading down the wrong road for some time...  This IDIOT is who we need to put it into the ditch...   [smile]

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Well, okay then. [smile]
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It's been kinda impossible to miss the trumpisms.

But what's the idiots guide to how bad hilary is?

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How do you figure Clinton fixed the economy?


I never said that he fixed it. I said that he came the closest out of all the other interventionists.  Capitalism will never be "fixed". The accumulation of debt will always be higher than the rate of profit.
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