Trump is a twit!

 
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Old 02-27-2016, 12:29 AM
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Trump is a twit!

Just thought I would throw this in here since the P & R forum seems to be missing.........so I guess it's ok to post P & R stuff in GD section again!
 
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I'll be voting for him.
 
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Good for you. That is a much better choice than Beannie Sandbag or "Ma Parker" Clinton!
 
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Cool

Who remembers "Ronbo"? I liked him......
 
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... the P & R forum seems to be missing...
It's like having a wart removed.
 
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Go Trump!

Someone who will enforce our immigration laws, will use his business skills to get our budget under control, our trade deficit under control, will appoint competent business leaders to head up the departments of government that are being run by political hacks will get my vote.
 

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Old 02-27-2016, 12:53 PM
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Yes, Trump
 
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Well this election is interesting to watch, but it is like watching a re-run of what went on in Calif. a few years back.

We recalled a POS governor and all kinds of people decided to run for his spot. Anyone from Gary Coleman to Ariana Huffington. There was a good candidate in the race, Tom McClintoc, then Arnold stepped up. People thought he was going to be like the Terminator in his movies and projected all kinds of things on him. He was a terrible governor. Fast forward to the Republican primary and the exact same thing is happening. Lindsey Graham and others made up the bottom feeders.

So are Trump supporters projecting the "Donald" from TV who will get into office and say "YOU'RE FIRED" or do you think he really has what it takes? Personally I prefer Ted Cruz. I will vote for Trump if he is the nominee, but for me that will be yet another "nose holder" vote like the last several elections. The one thing we can agree on is this country cannot survive a Dem as the POTUS.
 
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Jgger, you nailed it!

I'll vote to keep hildabeast out of office but not because I like the guy with (R) after his name.
 
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I never watched Trump's TV show. I think we need a business man in the white house and especially one who won't be owned by big business or special interests. Carly Fiorina would have been great in my opinion. It is an interesting election! It's going to be very interesting to see how it turns out. Political correctness and socialism is very disturbing to me.
 
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The only true politician I like is Kasich, I hope whoever gets the nomination picks him for VP. He has a track record as a successful governor. Trump is Trump, Cruz is a backstabbing snake and too fundamentalist for my liking, Rubio is wishy washy and not ready for prime time, everyone else is finished.
 
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The only true politician I like is Kasich
Your right, he is a typical politician, a liar. What he's not telling the rest of the country is how he managed to balance the budget in Ohio. He cut the funding for public and charter schools thru out the state and he cut funding for emergency and city/county services. Local taxes have gone up for everyone and we have less teachers in the schools, and less police on the streets. You really want that lying bastard doing the same thing on the federal level?

Not to mention, in his first year in office he tried to make Ohio a right to work state.
 

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Cruz is a backstabbing snake and too fundamentalist for my liking.
I think you might have Rubio and Cruz confused. Where is the back stabbing, you are not thinking about when he called out Mitch McConnel for being two faced are you? Maybe I'm missing something??????
 
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Cutting the budget always hurts somebody. But when cities, states, or countries are headed towards bankruptcy, somethings gotta be done or the whole thing collapses. Look at Detroit and what happens under democratic management that won't deal with deficits.
 

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he tried to make Ohio a right to work state
Good for him! I'm all for that, I despise unions.

I don't care how he balanced the budget - he got it done, didn't he? If you have to sacrifice, so be it. I'd love to see that at the federal level. I'll gladly pay more taxes as long as everyone else does too and proper cuts are made across the board.
 

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