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Posted: October 8, 2016, 7:29 am - IP Logged

Bill is the wife...uh, husband of Hillary...so yeah, it IS relevant.

No, you were right. She's the man.

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    You brought up a good point. Trump was simply talking trash while Bill Clinton actually did the deed. This B.S. About vulgar, sexist talk is insane as both guys and gals make comments about those of the opposite sex. I have done it in the past and so has my husband...nothing new here as there are millions of folks who have participated in "locker room" talk. My sorority house was as nasty as any frat house when it came to this so the libturds need to get off their high horse as I bet most of them are just as guilty.

    The media will do all they can to alter the focus of the election and what truly matters to the American people. This won't sway my vote for Trump and I doubt most other females who favored him prior will change either.

    Please note I support Trump. Anyone is better than Hillary. But, no offense, you are not out in the workforce every day so your view is different. You send risque photos of yourself in bikinis to lp people you do not even know. I have received a couple and was more than a little uncomfortable and am not the only lp member who felt that way.Teach your son to judge a woman by her brains and heart, and not her body. You are supporting and reinforcing a bigoted sexist lp member who thinks calling someone Miss Piggy...in a worldwide setting , is "funny." This is the same fool who said who cares about professionally educated women and everyone is equal. Really???? I have great respect for the lp members who say Trump is not perfect but he is way better than the alternative. These guys do not rally around Trump's negative comments on women and dismiss it as locker room talk and I appreciate that fact. Trashing women in a public setting is Not trash talk or locker room talk but I am hoping Trump can evolve in that area. But when an extremist like that Greenbay moron, latches on to one of Trump's more "colorful" statements and extrapolates it a 100 fold and uses it treat any lp woman like they are third class citizens, be concerned.

    J'aime La France.

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      Posted: October 8, 2016, 8:20 am - IP Logged

      Please note I support Trump. Anyone is better than Hillary. But, no offense, you are not out in the workforce every day so your view is different. You send risque photos of yourself in bikinis to lp people you do not even know. I have received a couple and was more than a little uncomfortable and am not the only lp member who felt that way.Teach your son to judge a woman by her brains and heart, and not her body. You are supporting and reinforcing a bigoted sexist lp member who thinks calling someone Miss Piggy...in a worldwide setting , is "funny." This is the same fool who said who cares about professionally educated women and everyone is equal. Really???? I have great respect for the lp members who say Trump is not perfect but he is way better than the alternative. These guys do not rally around Trump's negative comments on women and dismiss it as locker room talk and I appreciate that fact. Trashing women in a public setting is Not trash talk or locker room talk but I am hoping Trump can evolve in that area. But when an extremist like that Greenbay moron, latches on to one of Trump's more "colorful" statements and extrapolates it a 100 fold and uses it treat any lp woman like they are third class citizens, be concerned.

      Artist, I know you were talking to Drenick..but I don't agree either with how women are treated, used, abused

      or viewed by some people.

      Trump is crude and he is the better alternative. I don't think a few statements should be put ahead of what's 

      important, they should be addressed but not ranked as a real issue. That tape was from 2005, he was a different

      guy then and has said most likely more things in the years since that are the same or worse. Billionaire playboy

      without a care in the world or for the world, most are probably like that. Now in 2016 his message and focus is

      on how to make things better for us than Hillary will. She won't, it'll be the same. His apology is a start I guess.

      I didn't see his apology but will go see it now and being a supporter will judge whether he means it or not and not

      just say okay he apologized, go Trump! I don't appreciate how things are so lopsided. Hillary can do or say anything

      and it's brushed under the carpet or excused. Trump gets all the heat and people are okay with what Hillary's done.

      She's the politician and she committed crimes, was dirty and is not the kind of person or woman we need running 

      country. Her supporters seem to be fine with not getting answers or the truth. It will be more of the same if she's

      President.

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        Posted: October 8, 2016, 8:35 am - IP Logged

        I find it pretty funny reading the comments by the male politicians condemning Trump.

        I would bet that every one of them at some point in their lives has had some conversation about a woman, or women in general about how she/they look, or sex, etc. And women do the same. I already told the story about my cousin. LOL.That opened my eyes. At that time it didn't occur to me women thought about men like that.

        Here's a fact. Every one of us at some time in our lives have had a conversation in person, or on the phone, or on the internet that if it was recorded and replayed, no matter how many years later, would be embarrassing. Whoever recorded that, did so with the intent to keep it and use it some day. Who records private conversations? So, I think those that are offended should maybe come down off the pedestal.

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          Posted: October 8, 2016, 8:57 am - IP Logged

          I am not your honey and many women find you offensive. But you are dumb as a rock and vulgar. Mad because the educated women ignore you? I think you are a sock puppet of a former member.

          Artist, I apologize for my comment toward you yesterday.  It was uncalled for.  Sometimes I act like a jerk and I'm the first to admit that.

          Never give up.  Banana

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            Posted: October 8, 2016, 8:58 am - IP Logged

            I wasn't referring to Trump's recent off the record comments...only the tweets. Buy I do appreciate the enlightened men and women of LP who, like me, support Trump, but do not take it to mean any Public negative comments about women are funny or ok. I know there are extremist fringe members of both parties who will take anything he says to show it is bad...but yet the other fringe members use it to support their own bigotry and say such statements are ok or funny or just locker room talk and we all do it. Actually we "all" do not.

            J'aime La France.

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              Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:02 am - IP Logged

              Artist, I know you were talking to Drenick..but I don't agree either with how women are treated, used, abused

              or viewed by some people.

              Trump is crude and he is the better alternative. I don't think a few statements should be put ahead of what's 

              important, they should be addressed but not ranked as a real issue. That tape was from 2005, he was a different

              guy then and has said most likely more things in the years since that are the same or worse. Billionaire playboy

              without a care in the world or for the world, most are probably like that. Now in 2016 his message and focus is

              on how to make things better for us than Hillary will. She won't, it'll be the same. His apology is a start I guess.

              I didn't see his apology but will go see it now and being a supporter will judge whether he means it or not and not

              just say okay he apologized, go Trump! I don't appreciate how things are so lopsided. Hillary can do or say anything

              and it's brushed under the carpet or excused. Trump gets all the heat and people are okay with what Hillary's done.

              She's the politician and she committed crimes, was dirty and is not the kind of person or woman we need running 

              country. Her supporters seem to be fine with not getting answers or the truth. It will be more of the same if she's

              President.

              I agree.

              J'aime La France.

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                Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:05 am - IP Logged

                What's worse?  What Trump said 11 years ago or what Hillary did as SOS?  Actions speak louder than words.  Only the feeble minded will let this video of Trump sway their vote.

                Never give up.  Banana

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                  Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:19 am - IP Logged

                  I just watched the apology video. I'm fine with that. The key words that stood out to me were that he's 

                  traveled the country talking to people and that his travels have changed him. He never had to care or

                  focus on what was important to the American people, Hillary did. It was her responsibility to get in there

                  and not only talk a good talk but fight the good fight. She didn't. Trump is now in a position to care and 

                  take the matters that affect us and our country to heart. He has no agenda but to change things for our

                  benefit. He has no eye on becoming powerful, I do not see that in him. I see that in Hillary though and her

                  goal is to become most powerful. That's very dangerous and considering her actions over the past 30 or so

                  years in the public spotlight, does it really matter to anyone what Trump said 10 years ago? It has nothing 

                  to do with the world or where we are today. Snide, cutting, vulgar, distasteful remarks fill our world on a

                  daily basis..this forum is just one example..it doesn't change my world or anyone's else's. It's wrong but

                  we get back on track to what's important. Anyone in Washington who is shocked and making statements

                  about what he said better hope someone doesn't have a video or witness or marred past that will ever come

                  out about them. I'm sure almost 100% of them have been in the same shoes at some point in their life.

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                    Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:24 am - IP Logged

                    No it is not relevant, Bill is not running for office.  trump is!

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                      Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:30 am - IP Logged

                      No it is not relevant, Bill is not running for office.  trump is!

                      If Hillary is elected, if you think Bill won't be involved in policy decisions, then you are very naive. In a sense, Bill is running for office. He is a former president. He will advise Hillary.

                      If she is elected, we get both.

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                        Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:36 am - IP Logged

                        I just watched the apology video. I'm fine with that. The key words that stood out to me were that he's 

                        traveled the country talking to people and that his travels have changed him. He never had to care or

                        focus on what was important to the American people, Hillary did. It was her responsibility to get in there

                        and not only talk a good talk but fight the good fight. She didn't. Trump is now in a position to care and 

                        take the matters that affect us and our country to heart. He has no agenda but to change things for our

                        benefit. He has no eye on becoming powerful, I do not see that in him. I see that in Hillary though and her

                        goal is to become most powerful. That's very dangerous and considering her actions over the past 30 or so

                        years in the public spotlight, does it really matter to anyone what Trump said 10 years ago? It has nothing 

                        to do with the world or where we are today. Snide, cutting, vulgar, distasteful remarks fill our world on a

                        daily basis..this forum is just one example..it doesn't change my world or anyone's else's. It's wrong but

                        we get back on track to what's important. Anyone in Washington who is shocked and making statements

                        about what he said better hope someone doesn't have a video or witness or marred past that will ever come

                        out about them. I'm sure almost 100% of them have been in the same shoes at some point in their life.

                        I remember having to atttend a media relations course in DC years ago and was told any comment made to a reporter off the record, could not be used (with the exception of discovery in litigation). Trump's comments were not right but they were off the record and the interview had ended. Why is no one questioning the journalistic ethics of Access Hollywood?

                        J'aime La France.

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                          Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:38 am - IP Logged

                          I don't want Billy boy prowling the Whitehouse at all hours.

                          J'aime La France.

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                            Posted: October 8, 2016, 9:46 am - IP Logged

                            I remember having to atttend a media relations course in DC years ago and was told any comment made to a reporter off the record, could not be used (with the exception of discovery in litigation). Trump's comments were not right but they were off the record and the interview had ended. Why is no one questioning the journalistic ethics of Access Hollywood?

                            That's it, thank you Artist! I saw bits of the video and not where it originated, it IS access Hollywood I remembered

                            the clown with Trump but couldn't make the connection with the where...he's all about that kind of stuff, wasn't he

                            there laughing along with it all too? 

                            Good point with the ethics, there are none unless the content matter is anything Hillary and then it's just diseased

                            ethics. CNN, MSNBC, etc.

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                              Posted: October 8, 2016, 10:06 am - IP Logged

                              The GOP’s biggest fear appears to be coming true: Independents ditching Donald Trump:

                              We know Donald Trump had a rough week last week, and now that we've got new polling coming in, it's beginning to come into focus.

                              The bad news for Trump and his party is that, based on the data we have, it looks like exactly what the GOP feared: Independent voters have swung significantly toward Clinton since last week's debate.

                              A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Clinton up five points overall -- a number that is close to her average lead in the Real Clear Politics average and is four points bigger than her one-point lead in a Quinnipiac poll conducted just before the debate.

                              The big reason she's extended her lead: Independent voters. In the Q poll conducted Sept. 22-25, Trump led them by 7 points, 42-35, and in a poll two weeks prior, he led them by 5.

                              But in the new poll, conducted Monday through Wednesday of this week, Clinton has asserted a 14-point lead among this previously Trump-friendly group, 46-32.

                              And if you exclude third-party candidates, Clinton has turned a four-point deficit before the debate into a 20-point lead, 57-37 -- a net shift of 24 points.

                                 
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