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 on: Today at 01:43:56 am 
Started by Lief 🐋 - Last post by Lief 🐋
haha yeah, tell me about that Clinton surge

lol, enjoy your last couple of months posting on this forum from the United States before President Donald J. Trump deports you!

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 on: Today at 01:43:52 am 
Started by Reaganfan - Last post by Thinking Crumpets Crumpet
Wasn't she just in Flint?

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 on: Today at 01:43:47 am 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by ○∙◄☻•tπ[╪AV┼cVÍ└
The problem with people who seem to think that Hillary will guarantee a victory for the Democrats in November is that they're viewing this election through 2008-tinted glasses rather than 2016 ones.


It is not the matter of Hillary guaranteeing anything: it is the matter of Sanders endangering it. A Trump presidency should be sufficiently frightening not to risk it.

If Sanders wins, it will also make it much more likely that Bloomberg enters: and, if he enters, that he will take a lot of Dem votes. he will not win, but he can elect Trump or Cruz.

If the primary is long, we will get a candidate AFTER the filling date to run as an independent in most states.

The whole Bloomberg thing is really just an idle threat. "Vote Hillary or else!"

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 on: Today at 01:43:24 am 
Started by Enduro - Last post by Assemblyman Smith (I-MA)
I'm guessing Midwest.

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 on: Today at 01:43:08 am 
Started by #TheShadowyAbyss - Last post by BeccaM
He should endorse Rubio and then laugh.

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 on: Today at 01:42:37 am 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by MaxQue
The problem with people who seem to think that Hillary will guarantee a victory for the Democrats in November is that they're viewing this election through 2008-tinted glasses rather than 2016 ones.


It is not the matter of Hillary guaranteeing anything: it is the matter of Sanders endangering it. A Trump presidency should be sufficiently frightening not to risk it.

If Sanders wins, it will also make it much more likely that Bloomberg enters: and, if he enters, that he will take a lot of Dem votes. he will not win, but he can elect Trump or Cruz.

If the primary is long, we will get a candidate AFTER the filling date to run as an independent in most states.

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 on: Today at 01:42:01 am 
Started by marty - Last post by Bigby
The minute she peels off her disguise to reveal her reptilian form.

 8 
 on: Today at 01:41:00 am 
Started by bronz4141 - Last post by Bigby
Either lobbyist or return to being a U.S. Attorney. He MAY get AG, but it depends on the President and how willing they are to listen to his standoffish attitude.

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 on: Today at 01:40:58 am 
Started by BeccaM - Last post by BeccaM
Wow, he can barely hold back his tears.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRaI0my-7tE

He's a mess and should drop out before he does too much damage to his fragile emotional state.

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 on: Today at 01:39:51 am 
Started by marty - Last post by marty
David axelrod implied it on twitter today. I mean come on, losing a state by fricking 21 points that you won 8 years ago?

This woman has serious problems at inspiring people, and it is obvious that the more people hear her speak and talk, the less they like her, it's true in the primary and it will likely be true in the general election.

The first legit chance at a female presidency and your bleeding female support? Really?

At the very least we can admit that she is not her husband, nor the man who beat her eight years ago.

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