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PostSubject: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Mar 24, 2016 1:08 am





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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Mar 24, 2016 7:23 am

riceme wrote:





In this election cycle......just might work!...
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Mar 24, 2016 8:54 am

Lol... the dude would get my vote too.
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Mar 24, 2016 10:38 am

I just re-watched The Big Lebowski again recently and am certain that The Dude would be a far better president than any of the current candidates. Donnie would obviously be his running mate

Walter: Secretary of Defense... or Secretary of State? Can't decide.



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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Mar 24, 2016 11:27 am

I'd put walter in charge of terrorist affairs and gitmo... lol.

As long as those sobs target innocents I don't give a f how they're treated.
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Fri Mar 25, 2016 1:49 am

PkrBum wrote:
I'd put walter in charge of terrorist affairs and gitmo... lol.

As long as those sobs target innocents I don't give a f how they're treated.


lol, roger that!
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Tue Apr 05, 2016 2:56 pm

GOP: You need an ID to vote but not to buy an election. - LOLGOP
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Wed Apr 06, 2016 2:17 pm

DNC: You need to go through the motions so voters think they contribute but what you really need are super delegates to throw the election to a bought and paid for Billary.

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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Thu Apr 07, 2016 6:07 am

nochain wrote:
DNC: You need to go through the motions so voters think they contribute but what you really need are super delegates to throw the election to a bought and paid for Billary.

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A corrupt primary contest rigged for hrc.....and she still stumbles!...She'll win because that's the design but she is such a weak candidate that bernie is still hanging around winning 7 or the last eight contests....but not gaining but 10 delegates...No wonder they can't run a nation when they can't even win a rigged primary season....
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Fri Apr 08, 2016 8:44 am

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/sanders-camp-100-percent-contest-convention-clinton-doesnt/story?id=38231154

Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver says that if Hillary Clinton fails to reach a majority of pledged delegates ahead of the Democratic convention, Sanders will “100 percent, absolutely” challenge her for the nomination –-even if Clinton has more votes than Sanders.

“The way the math is right now, it is very, very, very unlikely that either candidate will arrive at the convention with enough pledged delegates to win the nomination,” Weaver said in an interview on ABC News’ “Powerhouse Politics” podcast.

While the majority of superdelegates are expected to vote for Clinton, Weaver noted that “those people are not pledged when they get there” and believes that they will “take a second look” at Sanders because “these people want to win … in November.”

Clinton would need to win 63 percent of the 1,741 remaining pledged delegates up for grabs to clinch the nomination counting only pledged delegates before the convention, while Sanders would need to win 78 percent.

Clinton currently has 1,280 pledged delegates while Sanders 1,030. Each candidate would need 2,383 delegates to clinch.

Weaver pointed to the strength Sanders has shown among independent voters who have participated in the Democratic primary and Clinton’s relative weakness by comparison, as something that should make superdelegates “nervous” about the Democratic frontrunner.

“There is very, very, very little enthusiasm for Secretary Clinton,” he said. “So you can imagine if we’re looking at a pool of independent voters beyond leaning voters…that her standing would be even less and that should be cause for people to be nervous.”
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Fri Apr 08, 2016 9:31 am

PkrBum wrote:
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/sanders-camp-100-percent-contest-convention-clinton-doesnt/story?id=38231154

Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver says that if Hillary Clinton fails to reach a majority of pledged delegates ahead of the Democratic convention, Sanders will “100 percent, absolutely” challenge her for the nomination –-even if Clinton has more votes than Sanders.

“The way the math is right now, it is very, very, very unlikely that either candidate will arrive at the convention with enough pledged delegates to win the nomination,” Weaver said in an interview on ABC News’ “Powerhouse Politics” podcast.

While the majority of superdelegates are expected to vote for Clinton, Weaver noted that “those people are not pledged when they get there” and believes that they will “take a second look” at Sanders because “these people want to win … in November.”

Clinton would need to win 63 percent of the 1,741 remaining pledged delegates up for grabs to clinch the nomination counting only pledged delegates before the convention, while Sanders would need to win 78 percent.

Clinton currently has 1,280 pledged delegates while Sanders 1,030. Each candidate would need 2,383 delegates to clinch.

Weaver pointed to the strength Sanders has shown among independent voters who have participated in the Democratic primary and Clinton’s relative weakness by comparison, as something that should make superdelegates “nervous” about the Democratic frontrunner.

“There is very, very, very little enthusiasm for Secretary Clinton,” he said. “So you can imagine if we’re looking at a pool of independent voters beyond leaning voters…that her standing would be even less and that should be cause for people to be nervous.”

There have got to be democrats now wondering why they didn't run....Although as pointed out and nothing new...hrc is and always has been a horrible candidate...Just can't imagine that they'd turn to bernie.....think their establishment would attempt to do like the republican establishment is trying to do.... control and nominate a puppet...ie biden and ryan would possibly fill that....
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Sat Apr 09, 2016 6:34 am

Bernie may be more mainstream democrat now than you think. They keep changing what they call themselves... but the pretense that they aren't collectivists is dissolving. I think the real (previous) democrats/liberals will separate themselves soon... just as real conservatives have from the gop. Socialism is definable... and it doesn't mesh with a constitution or country founded to protect the individual... period.
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Mon Apr 11, 2016 12:04 pm

We are already socialistic. Social Security Disability, Welfare, Food Stamps, AFDC... and the list goes on.

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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Mon Apr 11, 2016 2:13 pm

Don't forget the lifetime retirements for politicians and supreme court justices..
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PostSubject: Re: I finally decided who I'm voting for - POTUS   Tue Apr 12, 2016 7:17 am

Jake92 wrote:
Don't forget the lifetime retirements for politicians and supreme court justices..

All examples that have been posted [and more] just may be the reason that BOTH sides are scrambling to cover their asses and the establishments [Rep and Dem] are running scared...The people are fed up and are off script as to who the candidates should be from their respective parties...the establishment/career politicians maybe for the first time can actually see their control/power eroding and have circled the wagons....In both scenarios...candidates WIN and yet come away with less delegates...both sides are guilty of hijacking the election process....
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