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    06-26-2016, 11:30 AM
    Yeah, the guy who wrote an article entitled, "Vladimir Putin's Hitlerean Mind" is better than Trump on FP, lol. Will is the neocons the neocons tryout when they want to seem reasonable and non threatening. Who could be afraid of a dweeb in a bowtie, after all?
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    06-26-2016, 01:19 AM
    So it is your position that the membership of Trump Turnberry and various big wigs from The Royal and Ancient are representative of the Scottish population at large? And you have the nerve to call Trump ignorant?
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    06-26-2016, 01:13 AM
    Getting rid of the effete, warmongering hacks who haven't "conserved" a damn thing during their half century in power is the necessary first step.
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    06-25-2016, 12:44 AM
    A private organization can set up whatever kind of rules they want. Lawsuit is ridiculous and completely without merit.
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    06-23-2016, 11:39 PM
    You guys still don't get it. Trump praises anybody that says nice things about him and viciously attacks anybody that does not. If Rand weren't so stubborn, he could "high" on Trump's meaningless lists too and doing great educational work by promoting Trump's non-intervenionist foreign policy. He could be a one man wrecking crew on Hillary and Libya/Syria. Instead he sits pouting in the corner while the neocons slowly infiltrate Trump's inner circle.
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    06-23-2016, 07:49 AM
    Paul was nothing but an establishment neocons hack who infiltrated Christianity in order to undermine it.
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    06-19-2016, 12:36 PM
    Barry Goldwater's wife died in 1986. Susan Shaffer Wechsler Goldwater Levine is nothing more than some liberal new world order strumpet he married for the last six years of his life when he was in a state of obvious mental decline.
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    06-19-2016, 11:57 AM
    Sessions makes no sense. Trump is going to face unprecedented resistance from the GOP leadership in both the House and the Senate. Why would he voluntarily remove his most erstwhile and powerful Congressional ally from the Senate just so he can get shipped off to attend funerals? Christie, sadly, I think has already been promised the AG position in exchange for his support. I wish Christie were the VP nominee because I don't want Christie anywhere near real power, but I think Christie as AG is a done deal. Falin is just on the list because they needed to put a woman on the list and Trump is feuding with Martinez. Actually picking a woman would project weakness and Trump is too smart for that. But no harm and much benefit in including a woman your fake list. Gingrich would be an excellent pick in a lot ways but the one big problem with Gingrich is his massive ego. Trump already brings ego in spades. What does he need another unpredictable, outspoken, loudmouth on the ticket for? The nominee will be Scott Brown. He's extremely good looking (something Trump places enormous significance on), polished, popular among blue collar voters and women, and disciplined enough to play ball and be an obedient foot soldier.
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    06-19-2016, 11:44 AM
    Since when does getting gouged in a loan constitute "paling around". Were Antonio and Shylock "pals"?
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    06-19-2016, 11:15 AM
    He is not going to pick Rand Paul (which is good! VP is a meaningless ceremonial post and Rand is desperately needed in the Senate). He is also not going to pick anybody on this "leaked" list.
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    06-18-2016, 02:45 PM
    If they could get away handing all your info to the government without taking criticism, believe me, they would. All huge multinational corporations are run by statist scum. That is what is so infuriating about the GOP's pro-corporate stances. No group in America is more committed to socialism and one world government than large corporations and their radical left wing leadership.
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    06-17-2016, 11:39 PM
    Jim Webb would not face any serious opposition at all, and I think Trump would like to tap him but he won't in the end because Webb is just too angry looking and wouldn't make for good TV. Trump will go with Scott Brown. Good looking, team player, meshes with Trump's brand, and will be a huge boon in terms of the female vote. LOL at the idiots in the MSM thinking Little Marco would be a good running mate. Other than the fact Trump completely embarrassed and exposed him in the primary, why exactly would the guy whose main platform is securing the border tap the guy who worked with Chuck Schumer to try and ram Amnesty down our throats? It would be like Ron Paul picking Lindsay Graham as his running mate.
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    06-17-2016, 11:34 PM
    With nine senators currently securing the GOP's upper chamber majority, the Senate is the obvious top target for Democrats hoping to regain some legislative control. Democrats say it's too early to tell whether flipping the House is within reach — they'd need to flip 30 seats — but they're hoping Trump's spot atop the ticket can give them a shot. The irony of course is that Trump is far more popular in the very states the GOP is most vulnerable than any GOP Presidential candidate since Reagan. If they would simply embrace Trump, the GOP would suffer minimal loses and might even pick up seats. But of course that isn't really what the GOP leadership cares about. If control of the Senate has to be sacrificed in order to defeat Trump, that is a trade off they will happily take. Replacement of the American Middle Class with compliant Third World Peasants and War with Russia are worth losing every single seat in the Senate as far as the GOP leadership is concerned. Ryan is probably beating off in a dark corner right now just thinking about it.
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    06-17-2016, 07:00 PM
    They can work with him or lose their seats. Most politicians are cowards. The landslide Trump is going to inflict on Hillary will shut the naysayers up.
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    06-17-2016, 09:24 AM
    Anybody who talks about the "LGBT" community is nothing but a Marxist Shill. There is no LGBT community. There are gays and there are lesbians and those two groups have absolutely nothing in common and no affinity for one another whatsoever. Trump is going to absolutely kill it with the gays and perform better than any GOP candidate in history. Lesbians on the other hand, he'll be lucky to break 20%.
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    06-17-2016, 09:06 AM
    Ron Paul is not part of #NeverTrump. Ron Paul has not supported a Republican Party presidential nominee since 1980 and Trump is no exception. #NeverTrump opposes Trump in particular and mostly because of immigration and foreign policy views that are far too similar to what Ron Paul believes. If Ron were the nominee, those same people would be #NeverPaul.
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    06-17-2016, 09:03 AM
    So should we start referring to "again" and "the" as the "A-word" and the "T-word"? I mean, it is 2016 after all. Marginalized groups shouldn't be subjected to such hateful rhetoric every time they open the newspaper or go online.
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    06-17-2016, 08:49 AM
    Whether there is or not, this certainly isn't any evidence towards that. Consider the context: That sniveling cuck Paul Ryan, who has never heard a liberal Democratic talking point that he wasn't quick to adapt as his own, just called Trump a racist. That deserves a reaction. Now, somebody like Ryan would probably just pull down his pants and take it, but that isn't Trump. You hit him, he hits back twice as hard. Ryan and company have forfeited their seats on the Trump Train and Trump has every right to treat them like the irrelevant losers they are. BTW- this would be a great time for Rand to come out with a big speech urging party unity and denouncing Ryan, National Review, Bill Kristol, and the other members of #NeverTrump.
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    06-17-2016, 12:07 AM
    If you are going to go the protest candidate route, the CP candidate is infinitely better than Gary Johnson. Trump vs Johnson is a choice between which evil you think is lesser (I prefer Trump to the loathsome Johnson, but reasonable people can disagree on that). If you want to vote FOR somebody this election cycle, Darrell Castle is the only option.
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    06-14-2016, 07:35 PM
    The idea that you have to act like you hate gay people in order to appease Conservatives is nothing but leftist hogwash. Reagan didn't hate gay people. And Trump won the GOP primary in a landslide despite everyone knowing that he's got nothing against homosexuals. Homosexuals have lived in the United States since the foundation without incident. Immigration and the Economy are what Conservtives care about.
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    06-14-2016, 11:14 AM
    The thing with democracy is that the majority is the dictator. When Mulsims are 51% of the population they'll be able to pass laws condemning homosexuals to death and making Western Women their concubines by simple majority vote of the legislatures. There will be no need for a "dictator". To the contrary, we'd be the ones who would need a dictator to come in and wipe them out.
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    06-14-2016, 10:57 AM
    Depends if his parents were citizens when he was born. And if Ron Paul were in charge his parents never would have been allowed in in the first place because they come from a terrorist nation. Bottom line- those people are dead because of the failed immigration policies that have been pushed by the establishment of both political parties. If either Trump or Ron Paul's immigration plans had been implemented, that family never comes here and the tragedy is avoided. Whether this guy is technically an "afghan" or not is besides the point. Trump is laying a trap. He's counting on the Left Wing Loons to obsess over this completely irrelevant nugget of information and then they look even more crazy to the average voter.
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    06-14-2016, 12:51 AM
    Uh, you realize Ron Paul doesn't believe the US Constitution bestows citizenship on anchor babies either and has worked to have the entire concept of "birthright citizenship" (which Rand Paul also opposes!) eliminated?
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    06-13-2016, 03:56 PM
    Ron Paul is not a part of #NeverTrump. Ron Paul has been consistently opposed to every Republican Presidential nominee since 1984. #NeverTrumpers are people that always supported the GOP nominee in the past but are balking at Trump because of his opposition to mass migration and the fear he might not be a full on neocon in foreign policy.
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    06-13-2016, 02:53 PM
    He got in to a huge twitter beef with Tila Tequlia the other day. Trump is driving the poor guy insane.
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    06-13-2016, 12:57 AM
    It will have a lasting impact because of the out sized influence of homosexuals in entertainment and mass media. Trump took major steps today towards winning over the gay* vote, and winning over the gay vote has tremendous long term benefits in fighting the culture war. * And when I say "gay" I mean gay, as in gay men, not lesbian or this LBGTQ nonsense that lumps a bunch of completely different groups together.
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    06-11-2016, 01:58 PM
    Trump understands verbal kill shots a lot better than you. Trump is conditioning everyone so that whenever Elizabeth Warren's name is mentioned, the first thing that comes to anyone's mind will be "Pochanotas". He's turning her in to a joke.
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    06-10-2016, 09:08 PM
    Yeah, the only people "bothered" by Trump's attacks are the media and their compliant bottoms in GOP establishment. Problem isnt really Trump- it is that the GOP had so few non-cucked officials. Trump's Pocahontas attacks are as hilarious as they are devastating.
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    06-10-2016, 06:33 PM
    Sounds like she will be a valuable member of Mexican society once she is sent home. If she wants to immigrate to America at some point she can make a proper application and wait in line like everyone else, but till then, she has to go back.
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    06-10-2016, 06:27 PM
    Not a tricky decision at all. Scott Brown ticks off all those criteria plus he is EXTREMELY GOOD LOOKING. That last point is incredibly important to Trump. He understands optics. Brown has also never betrayed Trump, which means Trump can trust him. Kasich is a complete loose canon that would be flailing his arms about and putting his foot in his mouth every 5 seconds.
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