Who is voting for Trump again?

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Dude653

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You were that pansy WHO accused me...
Proper English please. If you’re a badge then proper English is a must. That said, I have no idea who or what you’re talking about, keyboard warrior. Like I said, you’re triggered.
Yeah I don't think grammar is a relevant part of police training
 

calibob

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Well,last time I checked He isn't on the ticket. But the platform of the GOP is the closest to what the Bible teaches because the progressives have gone so far left. Again, your vote goes for abortion, socialism, and the green new deal (among other things) if you don't vote.
What's the green new deal?
 

calibob

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@PennEd I would have to say, aside from pardoning Nixon, Hoffa and Hunt, Ford was about the best so far in my life considering the mess he inherited from Nixon. I can't remember much of JFK he died when I was 9 and After so many rumors and propaganda both pro and con only God knows the whole truth. Jimmy Carter was very admirable but he was a lame duck that couldn't get anything done.

I was pro Perot till he dropped out.
 

calibob

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Thanks. I'll read it later it's saved to my browser and I read the first paragraph, but the national debt is a serious problem also. It's like some of Bernie's ideas. They sound good on the surface but where's the money supposed to come from? The oil companies maybe?
 

RickyZ

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A vote anywhere else but Trump is voting for a Democrat and that is 10x worse than Trump. Sorry but in reality in less their is a huge movement for a third party candidate then voting third party is useless.
And that attitude guarantees they will always be.

When people get tired enough of this, they will start voting third party. When third party candidates start taking a larger portion of the vote, a truly viable one will come forward.

Chicken, meet your egg.
 

RickyZ

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I HAVE looked at each party's actions. Especially the President's policy actions. And although the man has serious personal flaws, he has been the greatest President of my lifetime in terms of actions.

Third parties not only don't offer a better platform, but is a guaranteed wasted vote.

If a true Christian understood just how wicked the democrat agenda is, NO restriction on abortion, and EVEN consensual murder of the baby AFTER birth between mother and DR., forced recognition and compliance of service to homosexuals and transgenders, and a whole host of other social and economic issues, THERE CAN BE NO WAY HE/SHE COULD VOTE DEMOCRAT.

Its... Just... that... simple DON'T fool yourself in thinking they want to help you. They are interested in ONE thing. FULL authoritarian control over every aspect of your life.
True, if one looks at what the democrats are doing, one cannot vote for them. BUT THAT DOESN'T PROVIDE AN EXCUSE FOR THEM TO IGNORE WHAT THE REPUBLICANS ARE DOING.

If you take an HONEST look at both major parties, the only conclusion is YOU CAN'T VOTE FOR EITHER ONE OF THEM.
 
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Susanna

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Their reports are admissible in court as evidence. They BETTER be grammatically literate!
It was just professor Smooth trying to make people believe he actually can read English.
 

PennEd

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True, if one looks at what the democrats are doing, one cannot vote for them. BUT THAT DOESN'T PROVIDE AN EXCUSE FOR THEM TO IGNORE WHAT THE REPUBLICANS ARE DOING.

If you take an HONEST look at both major parties, the only conclusion is YOU CAN'T VOTE FOR EITHER ONE OF THEM.
I completely disagree with your premises or would it be premisi? LOl

What are the Republicans doing that is so bad? Besides thwarting Trump?

And I am willing to wager whatever you'd like that either the donkeys or the elephants WILL win the White House.

And please answer the question I posed to Susanna. WHO is this magical, wonderful 3rd party candidate (who WILL have just as many flaws, if not more, as everybody else running) , and what is the platform of this magical 3rd party?


See, it is sophomorically easy to aggrandize a mystical, yet named person or party, til you actually see who they are and what they stand for.
 

RickyZ

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I completely disagree with your premises or would it be premisi? LOl

What are the Republicans doing that is so bad? Besides thwarting Trump?

And I am willing to wager whatever you'd like that either the donkeys or the elephants WILL win the White House.

And please answer the question I posed to Susanna. WHO is this magical, wonderful 3rd party candidate (who WILL have just as many flaws, if not more, as everybody else running) , and what is the platform of this magical 3rd party?


See, it is sophomorically easy to aggrandize a mystical, yet named person or party, til you actually see who they are and what they stand for.
Go back, re-read ALL the posts since out last ones. That will answer some of these questions. As for the rest, I have to run, but I will be back to answer what should be obvious!
 

RickyZ

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I'm baaa-aaack!

So, just off the top of my head, there's King Reagan, who codified income inequality with the idea that if you give one dog 10 bones he'll share them with 9 other dogs. Worker compensation has been stagnant or backwards ever since then, despite productivity sky rocketing. Executive compensation has skyrocketed despite stagnant or backwards productivity. Fast forward to Trump, doing everything he can to strip healthcare from the poor and middle ... adding a trillion dollars to the deficit to pass tax cuts that overwhelmingly favored the rich ... trying to backdoor another one in the shadows ... spouting blatant lies that are easily dis-proven thru video ... Just off the top of my head.

HEY! We know where this world is heading ... DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THE LEADERS WHO ARE PUT IN PLACE TO GET US THERE. From any side.

Kool-aid is kool-aid, the color is irrelevant when you understand that the same factory is producing both of them.
 
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UnderGrace

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I'm baaa-aaack!

So, just off the top of my head, there's King Reagan, who codified income inequality with the idea that if you give one dog 10 bones he'll share them with 9 other dogs. Worker compensation has been stagnant or backwards ever since then, despite productivity sky rocketing. Executive compensation has skyrocketed despite stagnant or backwards productivity. Fast forward to Trump, doing everything he can to strip healthcare from the poor and middle ... adding a trillion dollars to the deficit to pass tax cuts that overwhelmingly favored the rich ... trying to backdoor another one in the shadows ... spouting blatant lies that are easily dis-proven thru video ... Just off the top of my head.

HEY! We know where this world is heading ... DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THE LEADERS WHO ARE PUT IN PLACE TO GET US THERE. From any side.

Kool-aid is kool-aid, the color is irrelevant when you understand that the same factory is producing both of them.

We are already there most people just cannot see it.... soon it will be completely unveiled and by then it will be too late.
 

PennEd

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I'm baaa-aaack!

So, just off the top of my head, there's King Reagan, who codified income inequality with the idea that if you give one dog 10 bones he'll share them with 9 other dogs. Worker compensation has been stagnant or backwards ever since then, despite productivity sky rocketing. Executive compensation has skyrocketed despite stagnant or backwards productivity. Fast forward to Trump, doing everything he can to strip healthcare from the poor and middle ... adding a trillion dollars to the deficit to pass tax cuts that overwhelmingly favored the rich ... trying to backdoor another one in the shadows ... spouting blatant lies that are easily dis-proven thru video ... Just off the top of my head.

HEY! We know where this world is heading ... DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THE LEADERS WHO ARE PUT IN PLACE TO GET US THERE. From any side.

Kool-aid is kool-aid, the color is irrelevant when you understand that the same factory is producing both of them.
Oh good Lord Ricky! I’d rather you directly pull the donkey lever than have to try and walk you through the insane amount of inaccuracies, half truths, and outright lies in this ridiculous post!
 
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SpoonJuly

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Thanks. I'll read it later it's saved to my browser and I read the first paragraph, but the national debt is a serious problem also. It's like some of Bernie's ideas. They sound good on the surface but where's the money supposed to come from? The oil companies maybe?
You do realize that any added tax on the oil companies will be passed on to the consumers don't you?
When are people going to understand that ALL taxes on ALL companies are ALLWAYS payed by the consumers.
 

calibob

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You do realize that any added tax on the oil companies will be passed on to the consumers don't you?
When are people going to understand that ALL taxes on ALL companies are ALLWAYS payed by the consumers.
Yes of course I do. But what do we tell our great grandchildren when they ask why we didn't do something?
At least the fossil fuel consumers will carry the burden and the less they use the less they'll pay.
 

calibob

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Creating more environmentally friendly sustainable power will put more people to work and reduce taxes by reducing welfare, medical costs for the uninsured and put more money into circulation.
 
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SpoonJuly

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Yes of course I do. But what do we tell our great grandchildren when they ask why we didn't do something?
At least the fossil fuel consumers will carry the burden and the less they use the less they'll pay.
We are the fossil fuel consumers. Each and every one of us.
Without fossil fuels there would be no food or much of any other goods to buy.
The world's economies would collapse and there would be mass starvation without fossil fuels and any increase in price will only bring hardship on those who can lease afford it.
So any increase taxes on fossil fuel effect each and every one of us with higher prices.
We may not like it, but we can not continue to live without fossil fuels.
It took 200 years to reach this place, and I see no hope of changing it before Jesus returns.
 
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SpoonJuly

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Creating more environmentally friendly sustainable power will put more people to work and reduce taxes by reducing welfare, medical costs for the uninsured and put more money into circulation.
SO are you doing your part?
Do you use solar for lights and internet as I do?
Do you use wood for heat as I do?
Do you use spring water with a gravity flow to your house as I do?
Do you heat your bath water with solar as I do?

People who complain about the evils of fossil fuels need to do their part before they preach to others.