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Posted: September 18, 2016, 11:58 am - IP Logged

What happen to the tea party?  Where is the tea party in 2016?  Numbers count in a election.

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    TRUMP all the way!!!!!! Patriot 

    I think to myself....

    "Who would most likely show up at the house of an average person on Thanksgiving Day?" (Trump)

    "Who would you have more fun with watching the Thanksgiving Football game?" (Trump) 

    "Who would be more interesting to listen to sitting around the Thanksgiving table?"  (Trump)

    "Who will I be Thanking when I receive my future payroll check and the taxes taken out are LESS?" (Trump)

    I just can't see plastic Hillary leaving her Rich pals and showing up on Thanksgiving Day with her tray of Fake-Witch Sandwiches! 

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      WOW!  "trump would most likely show up at the house of an average person on Thanksgiving Day",  really?

      Last month Donald J. Trump told a crowd in New Hampshire that he would happily annoy his wealthy friends if it meant getting big money out of politics. “I have no friends, as far as I’m concerned,” he said. “You know who my friends are? You’re my friends.”

      This, of course, was the sort of just-folks gambit that has won Mr. Trump new — or renewed — friends, like Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey. But there was perhaps some inadvertent truth in the remark. For nearly half a century, Mr. Trump — mogul, actor, incessant boldface name — has labored to portray himself as a charming bon vivant with a limitless supply of popularity. But his actual social circle has a fairly small diameter — even in his hometown, New York.

      “Donald has some friends like me, but he’s much more of a homebody than you’d think,” said Richard LeFrak, a fellow real-estate tycoon who has known Mr. Trump for more than 40 years. “He’s very gregarious and has lots of acquaintances. But people that he’s close to? Not so many.”

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        Posted: September 18, 2016, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

        Hillary is up on most national polls!

         

        http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/us/elections/polls.html

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          Posted: September 18, 2016, 2:41 pm - IP Logged

          What happen to the tea party?  Where is the tea party in 2016?  Numbers count in a election.

          Oh, you mean the "deplorables"?  We're still here.

          Never give up.  Banana

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            Posted: September 18, 2016, 2:57 pm - IP Logged

            Your question is odd because the reason most people vote for someone is because they believe that person will make a good President. Currently less than 15% believe Johnson, Stein, or one of the other candidates will make a "good President". And the "why" should be obvious; they don't like Clinton or Trump.

            Do you think John Kasich believes Trump will make a good President?

            The 3rd party candidates are perpetually in the hole because virtually no one thinks they are electable. 

            I'll vote for Trump over a 3rd party because he has the best chance of defeating Hillary. And it's vitally important that Hillary be defeated, both on issues and personal integrity grounds.

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              Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:03 pm - IP Logged

              Who in their right mind want the Clinton's back in the White House?

              Never give up.  Banana

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                Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:20 pm - IP Logged

                Most people vote for someone because they believe that person will make a good President?  That's true with Trump voters.  Not true with Hillary voters.  They vote for Hillary because she's a democrat or a woman... I wouldn't call that a good reason, would you? 

                And as a side note.... How come no one at a Hillary rally chants " USA...USA...USA"?  They chant that at Trump rallies all the time.  Don't democrats love this country?

                I will feel ashamed of my gender if "we" vote for Hillary just because she's a woman. We should be voting for the best for the country as a whole. I don't think there's any "women's issues" left (we've made tremendous progress in the last 50 years) that outweigh the overall economy and foreign policy issues.

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                  Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:21 pm - IP Logged

                  Who in their right mind want the Clinton's back in the White House?

                  And give them a second chance to steal the dishes? 

                  LOL

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                    Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:31 pm - IP Logged

                    In Wisconsin, democrat Feingold is running against incumbent Republican Johnson for Senate.  Had to laugh at the democrat commercial played today... Feingold said women still make less than men.  LOL!  Name one occupation where women make less than men.  Same old thing every four years.  People don't believe that anymore.  IMO the democrats are the deplorable ones.

                    Never give up.  Banana

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                      Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:38 pm - IP Logged

                      And give them a second chance to steal the dishes? 

                      LOL

                      Don't know about you but I wouldn't eat off the same dish as Bill Clinton.  They can keep them.

                      Never give up.  Banana

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                        Posted: September 18, 2016, 3:46 pm - IP Logged

                        "women still make less than men",  and that's incorrect?

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                          In Wisconsin, democrat Feingold is running against incumbent Republican Johnson for Senate.  Had to laugh at the democrat commercial played today... Feingold said women still make less than men.  LOL!  Name one occupation where women make less than men.  Same old thing every four years.  People don't believe that anymore.  IMO the democrats are the deplorable ones.

                          What planet are you on? Only 18% of law equity partners are women. It is not better in many non governmental professional fields. It is assumed that women, especially with children, are less committed than men. But this is an issue for BOTH parties. Remember that not all of us ladies work at Burger King! Lol

                          J'aime La France.

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                            WASHINGTON — Donald Trump has paid men on his campaign staff one-third more than women, while Hillary Clinton has compensated men and women equally, according to a Globe analysis of payroll data for both campaigns.

                            Trump’s campaign staff is also far less diverse than that of his likely Democratic opponent. Only about 9 percent of his team are minorities, compared with nearly a third of Clinton’s staff.

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                              WASHINGTON — Donald Trump has paid men on his campaign staff one-third more than women, while Hillary Clinton has compensated men and women equally, according to a Globe analysis of payroll data for both campaigns.

                              Trump’s campaign staff is also far less diverse than that of his likely Democratic opponent. Only about 9 percent of his team are minorities, compared with nearly a third of Clinton’s staff.

                              Hillary is still a bigot and she has not done one thing to help the women in this country. Look who she married and comments she made about women Bubba raped. She does not support women.

                              In my career,  I have seen the biggest bigots hide behind the Dem label. My republican supervisors only cared that I did an excellent job.

                              J'aime La France.

                                 
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