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Posted: October 11, 2016, 1:41 pm - IP Logged

   dr65.. you mentioned in this post that no one gets away with what Hillary has done..... does anyone remember that Martha Stewart got prison time cause she lied to the FBI...so what makes Hillary different cause she is a Clinton...?

Martha Stewart went to jail for insider trading, yet Hillary got away with making $98,000 in cattle futures trading on tips from Tyson insiders. Who then got favorable treatment while Bill was governor of Arkansas.

Amazing.

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    ..l read what you posted and smh. I have said earlier in my posts that l want the best candidate to lead the country. On election day we will find out what the will of the people is.No amount on climbing on the furniture is going to change that. Despite what you wrote she still leads.l wonder why that is? 

    Ok, good...I want the best candidate too and I believe that's not her. 

    She's got media controlled, what makes you think the polls are off limits. Nothing is off limits to her.

    Dismal showing for a rally in Kansas...a Baptist rally...lol, reporters were told not to take pictures.

    They had to board up the empty space and dim the lights..they had 5,000 seats and less than 1,000

    people showed up. 

    http://www.bizpacreview.com/2016/09/09/want-see-many-people-didnt-show-hillarys-kansas-city-rally-ya-go-388457 

    Baptist? Get it? I'm not a racist, I'm a realist and thank God people are seeing and have seen the light.

    I only talk about black people and how they seem to appear to accept HillZilla...they don't. They know

    she doesn't fit in and that she will forget them. She's white trash, elite, corrupt and evil to the core.

    Did you know there was white trash or can't I say that? It does exist, it's the 41 year old white males that

    rape 14 year old girls and get off with the help of more white trash..an attorney who defended the man 

    and told the girl she made it up..it's the old bat who has called black men super predators, is uneasy around

    other races, takes on a racist twang trying to fit in...you tell me are they going to follow her to the end of the

    world..no way but as long as she can say that Trump says ALL mexicans are rapists, he didn't...and latinos are

    fat...and syrian refugees are terrorists they will want to believe what she says. It's like your dope analogy..

    I talk about BILLBO in the White House and what he did there and you tell me THAT'S ALWAYS ON MY MIND.

    HilZilla, is that YOU??? 

    You are showing your feeble mindedness...it's overrun with the notion Hillary has done and can do no wrong.

    Can you follow the truth rather than the spin?

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      Posted: October 11, 2016, 1:55 pm - IP Logged

      Glenn Beck: Hillary Clinton is a 'moral, ethical choice' for Republicans:

      Conservative political commentator and media personality Glenn Beck said the election of Hillary Clinton as president by refusing to support Donald Trump is "a moral, ethical choice" for Republicans.

      The outspoken opponent of the GOP's presidential nominee wrote on Facebook over the weekend that every voter had to decide for themselves what constitutes "a bridge too far," after the release of footage last week in which Trump can be heard making lewd and sexually aggressive comments about women.
      "It is not acceptable to ask a moral, dignified man to cast his vote to help elect an immoral man who is absent decency or dignity," Beck wrote on Facebook in reference to Trump. "If the consequence of standing against Trump and for principles is indeed the election of Hillary Clinton, so be it. At least it is a moral, ethical choice."
      Beck, who founded media venture TheBlaze after rising to prominence as host of his eponymous radio and TV show, campaigned for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz during the Republican primaries, and has consistently criticized Trump throughout the primary campaign and even after Cruz endorsed him.
      He joined a growing chorus of conservative leaders over the weekend who are appealing to Trump to withdraw his candidacy for president, adding that a vote for the businessman was "validating his immorality, lewdness, and depravity."
      But Beck said his public stance against Trump did not equate to unfettered support for the Democratic presidential nominee.
      "If she is elected, the world does not end," Beck said of Clinton. "Once elected, Hillary can be fought. Her tactics are blatant and juvenile, and battling her by means of political and procedural maneuvering or through the media, through public marches and online articles, all of that will be moral, worthy of man of principal."
      He added: "Trump stepping down does not guarantee a Clinton win, but it does guarantee that the Republican party still stands for something, still allows its members to maintain (their) own self-respect and that it still has a future."
      Beck's comments come as the GOP continues to grapple with Trump's latest controversy. House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Monday that he would no longer campaign for or defend his standard-bearer.
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        Posted: October 11, 2016, 2:10 pm - IP Logged

        Martha Stewart went to jail for insider trading, yet Hillary got away with making $98,000 in cattle futures trading on tips from Tyson insiders. Who then got favorable treatment while Bill was governor of Arkansas.

        Amazing.

        Exactly, I don't know how the wench can even relate to us deplorable, 'poor' people...

        The biggest difference between Trump and Hillary is she's been doing this an awfully long time, Trump enters the

        race with a goal in mind, not an agenda. HUGE DIFFERENCE. 

        What makes these people think things will be different with the forever fixture in Washington called Hillary Clinton?

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          Posted: October 11, 2016, 2:19 pm - IP Logged

          She dropped Rodham in her name about 2008..when she was running...slick trick to strike a balance between who

          she is and who she wanted people to see. Mainly, I believe keeping your maiden name is an independent thinkers 

          move. When most women get married they drop the maiden name and take on the husbands name. She didn't like

          the cookie idea and probably didn't like the lost identity idea..yeah, yeah some will say it's not that but it's the mental

          manipulator we're talking about for this instance. Who wouldn't have known who she was?? Everybody knew who she

          was...so flash forward to the election, she wanted the votes...so she drops her Rodham name and instantly appeals to

          values that are traditional and conservative and to the traditional and conservative voter....no appearance of being a 

          snotty, arrogant, socialite who was used to having her own way..a spoiled, opinionated, forceful, political big mouth

          needed to look inviting to the public she was trying to gain votes from...she's been like this for a long time people,

          you don't see that? An elite snot who wants everything she can get and thinks she is above being wrong...she's even

          got the impression she's above the law. That really stinks, Hillary Rotten Clinton.

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            Posted: October 11, 2016, 2:28 pm - IP Logged

            They calling on him to drop out because his got the " make a deal mentality." When the republican leadership speaks to him and gives him advice, he lets it percolate inside his brain and then rejects it. His constantly in " business Mode" At this last debate the moderator told him how Pence felt about a certain issue- he outright belittles his running mate by saying " he does not agree with him". G Grief- what an jerk instead of saying l will have to discuss this with him- its the " My way or the highway." 

            Mike Pense probably never was Trump's VP choice, but was given that job to shore up the party's religious base. The top and prominent Republicans weren't exactly fighting over who would speak a their convention and several like John Kasich just stayed home. 

            Trump tweeted on how "disloyal" the Republican Party is, but had he stayed awake in History class, he might have clue why. It was the opposite in 1912 when the party stayed loyal to President Taft even though Teddy Roosevelt won all the primaries that year. T.R. went third party and came in second to the Dem, Woodrow Wilson. When Nixon was asked/told/threatened to resign, it was done for the good of the party. In this election cycle, the Republican Party isn't even on the same page will their base.

            In this forum it's mostly "anti-Clinton" without any thought of how Trump could possibly win the election without 100% support of the party. It's one thing to no longer support Trump, but today John McCain said "I can't vote for Trump or Clinton" but would vote for his "old, good friend" Lindsey Graham. Hey John, Graham never even made it to to main debate.

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              Posted: October 11, 2016, 2:33 pm - IP Logged

              It's quite entertaining that so many who are on this board that are striving to win a multi-million dollar jackpot or even a billion dollar one are all so eager to elect a tax-and-spend democrat. Maybe the ultimate tax and spend democrat. 

              Bang Head

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              How is buying a QP every now and then "striving to win"?

              Maybe mikeintexas will be nice enough to explain to you what a "strawman argument" is.

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                Posted: October 11, 2016, 2:43 pm - IP Logged

                Martha Stewart went to jail for insider trading, yet Hillary got away with making $98,000 in cattle futures trading on tips from Tyson insiders. Who then got favorable treatment while Bill was governor of Arkansas.

                Amazing.

                "Martha Stewart went to jail for insider trading"

                Wrong, Steward went to jail for lying to investigators about why she sold ImClone stock.

                Getting involved in the political process is great for anyone and some people are more passionate than most. There is a fine line between passionately supporting your candidate and looking stupid by making false statements. And you just crossed that line.

                And of course someone here will agree this false statement eh dr65?

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                  Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:32 pm - IP Logged

                  Donald Trump is blowing up the Republican Party:

                  Tuesday marks four weeks until the 2016 election. And the Republican presidential nominee is in the midst of blowing up his own party.

                  Let's stop for a second. This is the Republican presidential nominee. Attacking his own party. Promising to teach his party leaders a lesson. Pledging to take the “shackles off.”

                  I've spent the better part of the past two decades covering politics — day in and day out. And, I can say without hesitation I have NEVER seen anything close to this. And I expect I never will again.

                  Republicans knew that this version of Trump — angry, cornered, vengeful, selfish — was always a possibility when they made the decision to line up behind him rather than attempt complicated measures to unseat him at the party convention. Trump had shown his petulance and I'll-just-take-my-ball-and-go-home-ism during the primary season whenever things weren't going his way. He would turn on Republicans who weren't for him, attacking them as losers or out of touch with the party's voters — or both.

                  But, there was a belief — it appears to be more of a blind hope in retrospect — that Trump could be managed, that he could be brought to heel either by the likes of Speaker Paul D. Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell or by campaign managers Paul Manafort and/or Kellyanne Conway. That Trump could be made to understand that it was about more than him, that the entire party depended on him running a credible and serious campaign.

                  Back in June, as he sought to assure the party amid a self-inflicted controversy regarding Judge Gonzalo Curiel, Trump uttered these words: “I understand the responsibility of carrying the mantle. I will never let you down.” That speech, as I wrote at the time, was Trump's transparent attempt to say to Ryan, McConnell and lots of other skittish Republicans that he got it — he understood he needed to be good not just for himself but for the broader GOP.

                  It was clear even then, however, that Trump was saying what someone else had convinced him he needed to say — and that it wasn't what he really believed. And, in the end, the real Trump always broke through. He got rid of Manafort, a move seen as Trump re-establishing his renegade personality at the heart of the campaign. Conway appeared to hold sway with Trump for an extended period of time this summer — a period which coincided with his rise in the polls — but now it's quite clear that the campaign manager, chief strategist, message guru and pollster is Trump

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                    Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:36 pm - IP Logged

                    It's quite entertaining that so many who are on this board that are striving to win a multi-million dollar jackpot or even a billion dollar one are all so eager to elect a tax-and-spend democrat. Maybe the ultimate tax and spend democrat. 

                    Bang Head

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                    That's because the bulk of them never had a decent paying job or are living off the backs of tax payers. Heaven forbid any of these democrats actually won a decent jackpot as they would most likely have a stroke when confronted with the tax obligations.

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                      Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:37 pm - IP Logged

                      "FAT CHECK"..........name HILLARY (get ready to celebrate her birthday this OCT. 26TH)

                      Hillary R. Clinton spread the "lie" her mother named her after Sir Edmond Hillary of England who went to the top of the mountain.Yes, it was on May 29, 1953 when Edmond Hillary was the first to reach the summit of Mt. Everest. Up until this time, no one in the USA had never heard of or new Edmond Hillary even existed. Hillary enjoyed spreading the word among her Wellesley college twats that she was really "somebody"  !!!!!     She continued to tell and spread this lie among the many, many more to anyone who would give her the time and "money" to her Foundation!

                      WARNING: Don't "FAT CHECK" this woman or Al Gore! 

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                        Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:41 pm - IP Logged

                        Do you think RL was sent risque photos of Drerick1 in bikinis too?

                        I wouldn't mind getting a photo of Drerick1 in a bikini but i would politely deny getting one from you. Perhaps you could send your friend Noisegate a picture of yourself as I have heard through the grapevine that people from the San Francisco Bay area enjoy that.

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                          Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:42 pm - IP Logged

                          Early Voting Could Hand Election to Hillary Clinton Well Before Nov. 8:

                          With early voting already underway in many of the states that will decide the presidency, Hillary Clinton is beginning to reap the benefits of years of Democratic efforts to target and register voters, even as Republicans steadily close their disadvantage in party registration.

                          The first wave of data from states like Florida and North Carolina shows preliminary signs that Mrs. Clinton was building a slight edge even before the revelation that Donald J. Trump had bragged about sexual assaultroiled the race.

                          Democrats are requesting more absentee ballots in Florida than they were at this point in 2012, with increases of 50 percent in the heavily Hispanic areas around Miami and Orlando. In North Carolina, where Mitt Romney built enough of a lead in early voting four years ago to edge out a victory over President Obama, Democrats are requesting mail-in ballots in larger numbers than in 2012, while Republicans’ participation is declining.

                          These results will have more impact than ever this year, as record numbers of people are expected to cast their votes early. So many Americans will have voted by Election Day — more than 40 percent in swing states, according to the Clinton campaign — that the winner could be known before November.

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                            Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:52 pm - IP Logged

                            Early Voting Could Hand Election to Hillary Clinton Well Before Nov. 8:

                            With early voting already underway in many of the states that will decide the presidency, Hillary Clinton is beginning to reap the benefits of years of Democratic efforts to target and register voters, even as Republicans steadily close their disadvantage in party registration.

                            The first wave of data from states like Florida and North Carolina shows preliminary signs that Mrs. Clinton was building a slight edge even before the revelation that Donald J. Trump had bragged about sexual assaultroiled the race.

                            Democrats are requesting more absentee ballots in Florida than they were at this point in 2012, with increases of 50 percent in the heavily Hispanic areas around Miami and Orlando. In North Carolina, where Mitt Romney built enough of a lead in early voting four years ago to edge out a victory over President Obama, Democrats are requesting mail-in ballots in larger numbers than in 2012, while Republicans’ participation is declining.

                            These results will have more impact than ever this year, as record numbers of people are expected to cast their votes early. So many Americans will have voted by Election Day — more than 40 percent in swing states, according to the Clinton campaign — that the winner could be known before November.

                            That's only going to happen if the fraud continues to persist. She is using every technique Obama had at his disposal to steal this election.

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                              Posted: October 11, 2016, 3:55 pm - IP Logged

                              That's only going to happen if the fraud continues to persist. She is using every technique Obama had at his disposal to steal this election.

                              Yep and that includes but is not limited to the dead, illegals and felons.

                              Never give up.  Banana

                                 
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