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Comment Re:So what? (Score 1) 382

Do you think he wants to do something about illegal immigration? I think he does and I think he is being honest about it. Do you think he wants better trade deals for America? I think he does and I think he is being honest about it. Agree or not doesn't really change that it is easy to see that he is being honest about many of the policies he wants. Whether that is good or not is debatable. Clinton on the other hand... Who knows what she wants, only the ones that pay her know that.

If Trump is elected with a Republican congress, that does not mean that they 'won't have the courage to provide any meaningful resistance to his schemes'. I think he will be stone walled by congress and that is actually a good reason to elect him. Same with the media. Do you think the media darling of Clinton will be forthright in reporting corruption and scandals of a Clinton administration compared a Trump administration? Trump is hated by GOP and democrat alike, why would GOP in congress work with him? As we have heard in this thread, Clinton can get things done. She will make enough deals and curry favors that any congress will be bought and paid for while the media laps up another Nobel Peace prize for a war monger. While a Trump presidency will be hated by mainstream media and political establishment that he would be a lame duck.

Comment Re: Why even have elections? (Score 1) 382

wants to build a new generation of nuclear weapons

This one actually I don't mind because our infrastructure of nuclear arms is atrocious. It has been in disrepair for a long time now and even Obama has plans to modernize our nuclear weapons.

Yea, I agree almost five thousand nukes on hand isn't a great idea but if you are going to have them at least have the infrastructure, training, and man power to manage them in a safe manner. For example, I remember seeing (don't remember where) one of the missile silos had a broken blast door that was held open with a hammer. There are a few other examples that I am too lazy to remember or search.

Comment Re:Who would have thought? (Score 1) 382

Hooray! An effective president at going to war! At empowering Walll Street! At colluding with big business! At conspiring against open and fair elections! At being above the law! Who needs a president that is constrained by law when we can have an effective leader that 'gets business done'?

Comment Re:So what? (Score 1) 382

The sad irony is that we know his views and we think he is going to do them or at least try to do them ergo he is honest with his platform. With Clinton, we heard her views but there is no expectation that the views she holds after the election will be the same. We know she is a liar that changes tune as soon as a different group show up or if you have the right connections and money.

Comment Re:Cui Bono? (Score 4, Interesting) 382

If you are saying this without sarcasm you are an idiot. Agree/disagree with Wikileaks all you want but at least know what the organization is about.

WikiLeaks specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption. It has so far published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses.

IOW, they specialize in government dealings because that is what is 'censored or otherwise restricted official materials'.

The difference is that if you have dirt on Trump any media source will publish it and you won't need protection from the government. If you leak government secrets you either get jailed, holed up in Russia, or worse. The point of Wikileaks is to protect the leakers from the government you mongoloid.

There are plenty of other news organizations that are digging up dirt on Trump. Or did you forget getting grabbed by the pussy? Or did you forget the X million of dollars losses in a tax return leak? Or did you forget the lawsuits of Trump University?

FFS. Apologetic shills just get to me in the morning before I have had my coffee.

Comment Re:And yet (Score 1) 412

Individuals can have preference. Organizations with fiduciary responsibilities cannot. Also, the DNC did more than just have a 'preference' they conspired and acted against Sanders in an unfair and in some instances illegal way . Do you think organizing and training violent protestors is just showing 'preference'? Do you think busing repeat voters to different polling booths is showing only 'preference'?

Those actions from institutions from the DNC do more to undermine democracy in this country than Trump calling them out for that behavior.

Comment Re:Too many paid shills vs organic posters (Score 0) 412

Show me the tiniest bit of evidence of paid Trump shills.

Isn't it obvious? The evidence is your post. Now you may say that your post doesn't 'prove' anything but let's be honest; no one really supports Trump except for paid shills and actors. I have no evidence for this except that lots of people don't like Trump. Not mentioning the posts I have read that correct the record from misinformation spewed out by biased places like Wikileaks, the FBI, and FOIA requests. Clinton has fact checkers that remove the spin put out by evil republicans and evil Hitler 2.0.

The republicans want to kill you and your family and want to start WW3. Hillary is the answer to every problem you have. If you disagree obviously you are being paid off because no one wants WW3.

Comment Re:Great example of Libtard disease (Score 1) 636

Proven conspiracies against Sanders by the DNC do more to undermine the elections than Trump saying as much. Actions are more powerful than words.

Saying that everyone follows the same rules and laws is a good thing. There are a lot of people convinced that Clinton broke the law and there is evidence for some of those claims. The FBI using weasel words to forgo indictment does not undermine the evidence and the trend of dual meaning of the law for little people.

People are angry and when it comes to Clinton she operates above the law. If you thought that corruption was destroying the nation and words fail what would you do? There are crazies on both sides. Don't conflate the crazies itching for violence with legitimate 2nd amendment supporters. Actions speak louder than words and we have seen more bullying and violence from the left this election cycle.

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