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« on: April 26, 2016, 05:44:15 pm »

Dominating! I hope Trump breaks 50% so he can finally end this charade.

Since when do you want Trump to win?

Well, it's pretty clear that Kasich can't win the nomination anymore. I now think that Trump might actually win the general (It's amazing how many times I've underestimated this guy) if he gets his act together. It's time for Republicans to unite behind him, whether he loses the general or not. A brokered convention would only damage the party and he's probably more electable than Cruz, too.

This. Especially the part regarding a brokered convention.

LOL are you actually supporting Trump now?

Wow... Have the Republicans lost all sense of decency and shame? I can't believe my eyes.

Oh, give it a break already. Where was the Democrats' "decency" in 1996 when they voted for Bill frea**ng Clinton over Bob Dole?

Comparing Bill Clinton to Donald Trump. Really? Really!?

Animation of 1964-2012 presidential margin by state, adjusted by US margin

Oregonian grad student living in PA.

I support both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.
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