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13-11-2015, 01:16 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 01:01 PM)julep Wrote:  I don't think Trump or Carson will make it to the ticket. I don't think Bush will, either. Whoever wins the primaries will have a chance at winning, but I hope that won't happen.
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13-11-2015, 01:25 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 12:58 PM)Bucky Ball Wrote:  
(13-11-2015 12:47 PM)Alla Wrote:  I hope he won't decide that I have too much land. I don't trust socialists. NoNo

And you don't know Sanders, I see. You show me ONE time he ever said anything about taking anyone's land away from them.
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13-11-2015, 01:50 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
The ( R ) camp proves themselves, over and over to be completely inflexible in most aspects. The ( D ) camp proves itself over and over - to be completely unorganized and unaligned.

The ( R ) camp will vote en-mass (with a few exceptions) for the corner fence post - if that's what's on the ballot.

There's enough people in the ( D ) camp that would rather stay home, than vote for Hillary. She is NOT universally loved by all.

Unless there's a "Perot spoiler" third party candidate -- Hillary getting the ( D ) nod virtually ensures an ( R ) victory.


Yes - the above is opinion. Not fact.

There are no facts in politics.

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13-11-2015, 01:55 PM
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(13-11-2015 01:50 PM)onlinebiker Wrote:  There are no facts in politics.

Isn't that a fact... PARADOX!

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13-11-2015, 02:17 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 01:50 PM)onlinebiker Wrote:  The ( R ) camp proves themselves, over and over to be completely inflexible in most aspects. The ( D ) camp proves itself over and over - to be completely unorganized and unaligned.

The ( R ) camp will vote en-mass (with a few exceptions) for the corner fence post - if that's what's on the ballot.

There's enough people in the ( D ) camp that would rather stay home, than vote for Hillary. She is NOT universally loved by all.

Unless there's a "Perot spoiler" third party candidate -- Hillary getting the ( D ) nod virtually ensures an ( R ) victory.


Yes - the above is opinion. Not fact.

There are no facts in politics.

I have the total opposite view. I think the Republican options are all so awful that Democrats and moderate independents are going to come out in droves and vote for the Democratic candidate. If that means holding their nose and voting Hillary, that's what happens.

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13-11-2015, 02:19 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 02:17 PM)BnW Wrote:  
(13-11-2015 01:50 PM)onlinebiker Wrote:  The ( R ) camp proves themselves, over and over to be completely inflexible in most aspects. The ( D ) camp proves itself over and over - to be completely unorganized and unaligned.

The ( R ) camp will vote en-mass (with a few exceptions) for the corner fence post - if that's what's on the ballot.

There's enough people in the ( D ) camp that would rather stay home, than vote for Hillary. She is NOT universally loved by all.

Unless there's a "Perot spoiler" third party candidate -- Hillary getting the ( D ) nod virtually ensures an ( R ) victory.


Yes - the above is opinion. Not fact.

There are no facts in politics.

I have the total opposite view. I think the Republican options are all so awful that Democrats and moderate independents are going to come out in droves and vote for the Democratic candidate. If that means holding their nose and voting Hillary, that's what happens.

That's why they're opinions......

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You may be right. I might be.... We might both be wrong.....

Time will tell...

Or not...


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Edit to add -- but you're spot on that the ( R )'s are offering a pile of steaming goat shit as a candidate.....

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13-11-2015, 02:21 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 02:17 PM)BnW Wrote:  
(13-11-2015 01:50 PM)onlinebiker Wrote:  The ( R ) camp proves themselves, over and over to be completely inflexible in most aspects. The ( D ) camp proves itself over and over - to be completely unorganized and unaligned.

The ( R ) camp will vote en-mass (with a few exceptions) for the corner fence post - if that's what's on the ballot.

There's enough people in the ( D ) camp that would rather stay home, than vote for Hillary. She is NOT universally loved by all.

Unless there's a "Perot spoiler" third party candidate -- Hillary getting the ( D ) nod virtually ensures an ( R ) victory.


Yes - the above is opinion. Not fact.

There are no facts in politics.

I have the total opposite view. I think the Republican options are all so awful that Democrats and moderate independents are going to come out in droves and vote for the Democratic candidate. If that means holding their nose and voting Hillary, that's what happens.

As long as they aren't complacent about a sure win, they will. Consider

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13-11-2015, 04:59 PM
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
I posted this in another thread but its more relevant here.

For some reason, democrats are only focused on winning the presidency. It appears to me that democrats in general are into that whole "supreme leader" thing and they are suffering in every other area of politics. They think the president controls everything, like a king or something. If you take a look around the country, democrats are only interested in the top spot. They aren't doing anything else.

While democrats show up in droves for presidential elections, they are getting smashed across the board in congressional elections, governors races and state legislatures. They have a few state strongholds, like ultra liberal New York, California, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon and Nevada. But the rest of the country is rapidly turning red.

Consider this:

Republicans now hold 64% of the state governor positions.
Republicans have total or split control of 76% of state legislatures.
Democrats have lost 913 state legislature seats since 2010.
Republicans have gained 69 seats in the House of Reps and 13 in the senate since 2008.
Democrats have unified control (the governor and state legislative majority) in only 7 states. Republicans have 25 states under unified control.

It doesn't matter if Hillary gets elected. Or Bernie Sanders. Or Kermit the Frog.

Their agenda won't go anywhere. No laws will be passed. A democrat in the oval office will be a lame duck. If you think the republicans blocking Obama was extreme, just wait. The next president could be appointing 4 new Supreme Court justices. They won't get affirmed if a democrat is in the oval office. I think we have seen the end of bipartisan politics in America. The president and Congressional members will need to have the same political affiliation or a super majority in Congress for anything to get done. That's just the way it is now.

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13-11-2015, 05:06 PM
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(13-11-2015 04:59 PM)Lord Dark Helmet Wrote:  Consider this:

Consider this:
Democrats Still Have a Big Advantage in the Electoral College

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13-11-2015, 05:12 PM (This post was last modified: 13-11-2015 05:16 PM by GirlyMan.)
RE: U.S. Pres: Do republicans have a chance?
(13-11-2015 01:25 PM)Alla Wrote:  Sochialists do not talk, they act.

Didn't you just say that very thing in praise of "true conservatives"?

(13-11-2015 01:43 PM)Alla Wrote:  "true conservative" is the one who acts according to the principles he/she believes and not just talk like many "conservatives" do.

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