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Posted: August 13, 2016, 1:56 pm - IP Logged

Educated voters want to see what kind of businessman trump is and does he pay taxes.  Trump said he would lower taxes for everyone except the poor.  So how is he going to pay for this?  Trump needs to release his tax returns.

So what has President Obama destroyed in this country?

What has obama destroyed in this country?  Name it.  Health insurance isn't destroyed yet but its heading in that direction, just wait until 2017 when the really repressive regulations hit.  The military has been depleted and the energy sector has been hit by massive job killing regulations.  Without cheap energy this economy will never recover.  BTW this is the poorest economic recovery since the 1940's.  That's a fact. 

Oh and lets not forget...Tax returns, tax returns, tax returns... Blah blah blah.  No one cares.

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    My own bet right now is that Clinton will win, it would be crazy for her not too, but as people are crazy, Who knows?

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      What has obama destroyed in this country?  Name it.  Health insurance isn't destroyed yet but its heading in that direction, just wait until 2017 when the really repressive regulations hit.  The military has been depleted and the energy sector has been hit by massive job killing regulations.  Without cheap energy this economy will never recover.  BTW this is the poorest economic recovery since the 1940's.  That's a fact. 

      Oh and lets not forget...Tax returns, tax returns, tax returns... Blah blah blah.  No one cares.

      Everything you mentioned is true but lets not forget that he also fundamentally changed America for the worse. JFK put a man on the moon while Obama's proud achievement was putting a man in the ladies bathroom. Our GDP has grown at the worst rate since WW2 yet those who adore him think he is the Messiah.

      His administration have been fudging the numbers on just about every job report only to come back a few months later to reconcile the figures. Racial division is at an all time high thanks to him and his administration endorsed Black lives matters. According to Obama the only lives that matter are Muslims and blacks everybody else can rot for all he cares.

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        Posted: August 13, 2016, 3:04 pm - IP Logged

        Oh yes, you are an idiot!

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          Oh yes, you are an idiot!

          LOL!  In your world people who present facts are idiots but people like you who regurgitate media BS are intelligent?

          Never give up.  Banana

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            Posted: August 13, 2016, 3:42 pm - IP Logged

            My own bet right now is that Clinton will win, it would be crazy for her not too, but as people are crazy, Who knows?

            The current polls show it might be a Clinton landslide, but I'm sure someone here will question the same polls that were accurate in last few elections.

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              The current polls show it might be a Clinton landslide, but I'm sure someone here will question the same polls that were accurate in last few elections.

              I don't pay much attention to the polls, b/c the polls are usually NOT too accurate.  They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway.  People can change their minds at the last moment, especially in this Presidential race.  The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!

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                Posted: August 13, 2016, 6:31 pm - IP Logged

                "He's not smart enough to run the United States." 

                So you think the community organizing B.S. artist is doing a great job destroying the country? Trump is not a B.S. Clown like Obama, but he is a successful man of integrity who loves his country....something Obama couldn't care less about.

                Amen. Well said.

                J'aime La France.

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                  Posted: August 13, 2016, 7:03 pm - IP Logged

                  I don't pay much attention to the polls, b/c the polls are usually NOT too accurate.  They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway.  People can change their minds at the last moment, especially in this Presidential race.  The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!

                  I couldn't have said it better myself! Thumbs Up

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                    Posted: August 14, 2016, 12:52 pm - IP Logged

                    Decision 2016? There u go, the two ZOG-controlled flunkies. Regardless of who wins, the same cabal is in control.

                    Don't play with them Danny.

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                      Deo-nonfortuna... I disagree.  Trump is his own man.  That's why the republican "establishment" hates him as much as the democrats.  Think about it.

                      Never give up.  Banana

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                        Posted: August 14, 2016, 7:48 pm - IP Logged

                        I don't pay much attention to the polls, b/c the polls are usually NOT too accurate.  They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway.  People can change their minds at the last moment, especially in this Presidential race.  The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!

                        The polls I'm talking about are usually taken to determine if there is a change in the electorate. For instance starting in 1992 California voted for the Democrat President candidate in every election and the latest California shows Clinton ahead by 16 points. Texas has voted for the Republican President candidate in every election starting in 1980 and the latest poll there shows Trump leading by 11 points.

                        Because of the past results and the latest polls, it's highly likely both states will vote the same in 2016 as they did in 2012. The Iowa polls showed Clinton ahead by 3 points a month ago, but down a point three days ago. With only 6 electoral votes, the effect is much less than the larger populated states.

                        "They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway."

                        It's not like some of the LP opinion polls with nothing to compare with. If the results showed a past poll was dead wrong, that poll won't be used again. The Current KY poll shows Trump winning by 13 and the LA polls show him winning by 16. Based on how each state voted in the last four presidential elections and the current polls, picking the winner is a no brainer.  IMO, the polls are based on common sense; if a state voted for one party by large numbers in the past couple elections and the polls show the same that state should vote that way.

                        "The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!"

                        Bet you missed the 2000 presidential election where 50,999,897 voted for Al Gore and 50,456,002 voted for George W. Bush. Do you really the polls in all 50 states are wrong?

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                          The polls I'm talking about are usually taken to determine if there is a change in the electorate. For instance starting in 1992 California voted for the Democrat President candidate in every election and the latest California shows Clinton ahead by 16 points. Texas has voted for the Republican President candidate in every election starting in 1980 and the latest poll there shows Trump leading by 11 points.

                          Because of the past results and the latest polls, it's highly likely both states will vote the same in 2016 as they did in 2012. The Iowa polls showed Clinton ahead by 3 points a month ago, but down a point three days ago. With only 6 electoral votes, the effect is much less than the larger populated states.

                          "They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway."

                          It's not like some of the LP opinion polls with nothing to compare with. If the results showed a past poll was dead wrong, that poll won't be used again. The Current KY poll shows Trump winning by 13 and the LA polls show him winning by 16. Based on how each state voted in the last four presidential elections and the current polls, picking the winner is a no brainer.  IMO, the polls are based on common sense; if a state voted for one party by large numbers in the past couple elections and the polls show the same that state should vote that way.

                          "The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!"

                          Bet you missed the 2000 presidential election where 50,999,897 voted for Al Gore and 50,456,002 voted for George W. Bush. Do you really the polls in all 50 states are wrong?

                          If Al Gore had won, we would already be under Sharia law.

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                            Posted: August 14, 2016, 8:34 pm - IP Logged

                            The polls I'm talking about are usually taken to determine if there is a change in the electorate. For instance starting in 1992 California voted for the Democrat President candidate in every election and the latest California shows Clinton ahead by 16 points. Texas has voted for the Republican President candidate in every election starting in 1980 and the latest poll there shows Trump leading by 11 points.

                            Because of the past results and the latest polls, it's highly likely both states will vote the same in 2016 as they did in 2012. The Iowa polls showed Clinton ahead by 3 points a month ago, but down a point three days ago. With only 6 electoral votes, the effect is much less than the larger populated states.

                            "They are only ever polling a Small percentage of the population anyway."

                            It's not like some of the LP opinion polls with nothing to compare with. If the results showed a past poll was dead wrong, that poll won't be used again. The Current KY poll shows Trump winning by 13 and the LA polls show him winning by 16. Based on how each state voted in the last four presidential elections and the current polls, picking the winner is a no brainer.  IMO, the polls are based on common sense; if a state voted for one party by large numbers in the past couple elections and the polls show the same that state should vote that way.

                            "The only results that count, are the votes that are cast on Election Day !!!"

                            Bet you missed the 2000 presidential election where 50,999,897 voted for Al Gore and 50,456,002 voted for George W. Bush. Do you really the polls in all 50 states are wrong?

                            So, based on the polls, who do you anticipate will win the Election in November 2016  ???

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                              Deo-nonfortuna... I disagree.  Trump is his own man.  That's why the republican "establishment" hates him as much as the democrats.  Think about it.

                              Exactly.

                              I think it's great that the Repubs are afraid of him also. He is his own man, and he can't be bought, unlike Hitlery.

                              Trump will do what he thinks is right for the country. Hitlery will do what is best for her pocketbook.

                              To vote for Hitlery is to vote for the same establishment we've had for years. To vote for Trump is to vote for real change, not an establishment candidate.

                              To vote for Hitlery is to vote the same kind of candidate but expect different results. That's insanity.

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