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27-02-2016, 08:53 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 08:48 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(27-02-2016 08:41 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  Good to see the constructive feedback flowing.
Please, explain to us non-Americans how the obvious best candidate isn't going to win.

How about you guys do that. Apparently you know much more about it.

According to you I, as a non-American, don't know what the fuck I am talking about because you know, obviously as a non-American I can't possible understand American politics. So that's why I was asking you, an American, so that you can explain it to me.
How do you expect me to explain it when as a non-American I couldn't possibly comprehend the tiny minds of the American population, it would be a complete waste of time to even try to explain it.

So please, again, explain it to me instead of calling me an idiot. Or fuck off.
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27-02-2016, 08:58 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 08:33 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  What Cactus said.
She's a Republican in Democrat clothing. This isn't a surprise, she's gonna win the next few states but Sanders will mop up all the blue states.

Fine, I'll lose the sarcasm and explain why this is not an educated post pertaining to the Democratic race. First, she is not a Republican in a Dem's clothes. She's a millionaire who took money for speeches, that makes her a Republican? She is pro-choice, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-women, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-Obamacare, which is so not Republican. I could do this all day.

Also, to say she's gonna win the next few states is ignorant too since the next time a state is up for grabs it will be Super Tuesday and there will be 16 states up for grabs, so she can't win "the next few."

She will destroy him in New York, Florida and California, if it gets that far, and those have huge totals. If she takes the majority on Tuesday, it's all but over.

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27-02-2016, 09:02 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 08:58 PM)WillHopp Wrote:  
(27-02-2016 08:33 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  What Cactus said.
She's a Republican in Democrat clothing. This isn't a surprise, she's gonna win the next few states but Sanders will mop up all the blue states.

Fine, I'll lose the sarcasm and explain why this is not an educated post pertaining to the Democratic race. First, she is not a Republican in a Dem's clothes. She's a millionaire who took money for speeches, that makes her a Republican? She is pro-choice, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-women, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-Obamacare, which is so not Republican. I could do this all day.

Also, to say she's gonna win the next few states is ignorant too since the next time a state is up for grabs it will be Super Tuesday and there will be 16 states up for grabs, so she can't win "the next few."

She will destroy him in New York, Florida and California, if it gets that far, and those have huge totals. If she takes the majority on Tuesday, it's all but over.

Is this better?

Much. Was that really so hard instead of being a fucktard?
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27-02-2016, 09:03 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 09:02 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  
(27-02-2016 08:58 PM)WillHopp Wrote:  Fine, I'll lose the sarcasm and explain why this is not an educated post pertaining to the Democratic race. First, she is not a Republican in a Dem's clothes. She's a millionaire who took money for speeches, that makes her a Republican? She is pro-choice, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-women, which is clearly not a Republican stance. She is pro-Obamacare, which is so not Republican. I could do this all day.

Also, to say she's gonna win the next few states is ignorant too since the next time a state is up for grabs it will be Super Tuesday and there will be 16 states up for grabs, so she can't win "the next few."

She will destroy him in New York, Florida and California, if it gets that far, and those have huge totals. If she takes the majority on Tuesday, it's all but over.

Is this better?

Much. Was that really so hard instead of being a fucktard?

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27-02-2016, 09:08 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 09:03 PM)WillHopp Wrote:  
(27-02-2016 09:02 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  Much. Was that really so hard instead of being a fucktard?

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27-02-2016, 09:10 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
Actual conservatives/Republicans may disagree with both Hillary and Bernie ideologically, but they don't hate Bernie. They absolutely fucking despise Hillary, however. So regardless of her stated political stances and voting history, I'd be inclined to say she is not preferred over Bernie by non Democrats.

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27-02-2016, 09:14 PM
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I'm not edumacated enough to make big predictions, but I'll say this. A Hillary nomination will bring out the Trump voters much more so than a Bernie nomination.

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27-02-2016, 09:26 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 08:53 PM)earmuffs Wrote:  So please, again, explain it to me instead of calling me an idiot. Or fuck off.

You're a cunt. Drinking Beverage

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27-02-2016, 09:42 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 09:14 PM)yakherder Wrote:  A Hillary nomination will bring out the Trump voters much more so than a Bernie nomination.

I get the point of the sentence, but I'm not so sure I agree with it. As much as some on the left and some moderates may hate Hillary, I have a feeling there are far more Republicans who hate "socialism" and would come out of the woodwork against Sanders. At least Hillary would likely pull the women demographic in her favor, gaining percentage points from the right. Sanders might pull the youth, but not nearly in the same amounts that Obama did in either election.

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27-02-2016, 09:48 PM
RE: Bernie suffers a humiliating loss in South Carolina
(27-02-2016 09:42 PM)philosopher Wrote:  
(27-02-2016 09:14 PM)yakherder Wrote:  A Hillary nomination will bring out the Trump voters much more so than a Bernie nomination.

I get the point of the sentence, but I'm not so sure I agree with it. As much as some on the left and some moderates may hate Hillary, I have a feeling there are far more Republicans who hate "socialism" and would come out of the woodwork against Sanders. At least Hillary would likely pull the women demographic in her favor, gaining percentage points from the right. Sanders might pull the youth, but not nearly in the same amounts that Obama did in either election.

Most of the right wingers I know are through the military, so perhaps that has irrationally influenced my perception, given her unpopularity in the forces.

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