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  1. Bernie has made it quite clear he wants to take care of our vets Bernie is giving free #### to everyone, we know. You keep saying this...again, no substance. And...given what Trump has promised and the costs of all of it...its a laughable thing for you to say. Almost as good as "Cruz is the smarted candidate" and all the "buildings Trump made". You're right, they aren't free he just tells suckers like yourself that they are. His plans are going to cost us at least 18 trillion dollars and his tax plan is going to bring back around 6.5 trillion over the next 10 years. Great stuff. I think we should keep adding to our debt instead of paying it off too. Suckers like me that won't vote for him? Nice claims...do you understand what Trump's ideas will cost us? Or just going to play the game where you only bash the other side and never admit what a disaster your boy will be? My guess, you will again avoid direct questions because the truth pretty much destroys every argument you make. As far as bashing the other side, what are you a sensitive little girl? Can't handle criticism without breaking down and crying? Do you need a trigger warning before each post? As for Trump's idea, people that don't want Trump in are writing think piece hit jobs on him, but they aren't true. The fact is his tax plan will promote job growth, which will boon the economy. Getting rid of illegals and building a wall to keep them out will also force the rich to pay American citizens more money, and it will increase the middle class in size. Have you looked at the numbers? Do you realize how much $$ illegal immigrants cost this country, and the crime they bring? They need to go.
  2. Bernie has made it quite clear he wants to take care of our vets Bernie is giving free #### to everyone, we know. You keep saying this...again, no substance. And...given what Trump has promised and the costs of all of it...its a laughable thing for you to say. Almost as good as "Cruz is the smarted candidate" and all the "buildings Trump made". You're right, they aren't free he just tells suckers like yourself that they are. His plans are going to cost us at least 18 trillion dollars and his tax plan is going to bring back around 6.5 trillion over the next 10 years. Great stuff. I think we should keep adding to our debt instead of paying it off too.
  3. http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2015-10-27/why-donald-trump-could-win-the-republican-nomination Why Donald Trump Could Win the Republican Nomination While Republican politicians—including arch-conservative presidential candidate Ted Cruz—want to increase legal immigration, 67 percent of Republicans want to decrease immigration flows and 63 percent view immigrants as a burden, according to surveys by the Pew Research Institute. Trump caught fire over the summer with incendiary rhetoric about illegal immigration from Mexico and by being the first to call for deporting an estimated 11 million people now living in the U.S. illegally. Some voters see the political establishment's support for more immigration as a payoff to elites. Philip Koch, 64, an independent from Linn County, Iowa, and a Trump supporter, accused the GOP establishment for backing immigration reform for the sake of “cheap labor” for big business. “They’re doing what needs to be done for their donors. They’re selfish and they’re doing what people are paying them to do.” He likes Trump because “he’s not doing what the Republican mainstream are doing,” Koch said. “And I don’t want what the Republican mainstream are doing.” Protect Social Security, reject free tradeTrump also breaks with Republican elites who support free trade and want to cut Social Security and Medicare. Nearly all Republican candidates from Bush to Senator Marco Rubio are campaigning on cutting entitlements and many want to ink the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade accord. But Trump is joining forces with some on the left by campaigning to protect the retirement programs and assailing President Barack Obama's trade pact as a “disaster.” Nearly 80 percent of Republicans want to preserve Social Security and Medicare, according to a Reuters poll earlier this year. Foreign policy bravadoAfter Bush said his brother “kept us safe,” Trump observed that the elder Bush brother was president on Sept. 11, 2001, the day terrorist attacks took down the World Trade Center and damaged the Pentagon. Jeb Bush took umbrage, at which point Trump steered the conversation to the Iraq war. Trump says it is a war that he has opposed—unlike most Republican party leaders in Washington but like most voters: 71 percent of Americans view the war as a mistake, with Republicans about evenly split, according to a 2014 poll. 'I'll cut your legs off'At the end of the day, some Republican elites still refuse to believe Trump can win the nomination—after all, the party hasn't picked a someone who never held elected office since in 1950s. But Ornstein notes that the Republican base is “so consumed with anger at their establishment” and that Trump's blustery attitude has a strong appeal to that sort of frustration. “For people who believe their own establishment has been basically humiliated and taken to the cleaners repeatedly by Barack Obama, a guy who says 'You tap me on the shoulders and I'll cut your legs off' gets attention,” he said.
  4. Cesar Chavez would not have supported amnesty for illegals http://pjmedia.com/blog/cesar-chavez-would-not-have-supported-amnesty-for-illegals/ "Chavez was primarily a labor leader, and so one of his main concerns was keeping illegal immigrants from competing with and undercutting union members either by accepting lower wages or crossing picket lines. When he pulled workers out of the field during a strike, the last thing he wanted was a crew of illegal immigrant workers showing up to do those jobs and take away his leverage. So Chavez decided to do something about it. According to numerous historical accounts, Chavez ordered union members to call the Immigration and Naturalization Service and report illegal immigrants who were working in the fields so that they could be deported. Some UFW officials were also known to picket INS offices to demand a crackdown on illegal immigrants."
  5. DEAR ILLEGAL ALIEN SUPPORTERS https://heartiste.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/illegalmacro.png?w=570&h=478
  6. http://www.inquisitr.com/2507843/did-donald-trump-predict-911-more-than-a-year-before-terrorist-attacks/ In his 2000 book The America We Deserve, the billionaire entrepreneur describes with chilling accuracy what would become a reality when terrorists hijacked planes on the morning of September 11, 2001. “I really am convinced we’re in danger of the sort of terrorist attacks that will make the bombing of the Trade Center look like kids playing with firecrackers. No sensible analyst rejects this possibility, and plenty of them, like me, are not wondering if, but when it will happen. “One day we’re told that a shadowy figure with no fixed address named Osama bin-Laden is public enemy number one, and U.S. jet fighters lay waste to his camp in Afghanistan. He escapes back under some rock, and a few news cycles later it’s on to a new enemy and new crisis.” Vision
  7. http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/oct/25/donald-trump-ben-carson-republican-debate “We are living in medieval times. We are living in a unbelievable horrible world,” he said. “The Trump doctrine is very simple: it’s strength.” Chills
  8. Bernie has made it quite clear he wants to take care of our vets Bernie is giving free #### to everyone, we know.
  9. your questions? You only asked one question, are you okay?
  10. What is surprising is DD wouldn't like Trump while he is advertising the respectable Wounded Warrior Project. Trump made it very clear he is going to take care of the vets. The D Debate didn't even talk about VETS once, they were too busy talking about black live matters bs.
  11. Anonymous author who wouldn't sign their name to this piece. Probably fake or they would have identified themselves. I wouldn't be so sure about that. I am, even the pedophile in the Salon article identified himself by name, but not the supposed "liberal" here. You see how Tim twisted what the guy said and tried to compare him to a Hitler supporter? You think people want that kind of negative attention from psychos in their real life?
  12. I don't know much about the Atlantic, they are probably a right wing nut job website and this comment was fabricated for the story.I swear you could take this article, nearly word for word, change just a few of the historical references, and place it as written by a young German liberal in 1932 explaining why he was going to support somebody that could make his country great again.isn't that played out? Get some new material here
  13. This guy goes from raging, putting people on a hit list to laughing like nothing happened, very odd.
  14. Are you laughing at him trying to paint Billionaire Trump as a failure when it comes to business and creating jobs? I laughed too Actually you just didn't have a response because much like Trump, you're all bark and no bite. I didn't respond to nonsensical snark? Oh what was I thinking not wasting my time answering you seriously, so silly of me.
  15. Go #### yourself.Actually this about the most insulting comment I've ever gotten here.No idea what the impetus is besides Chauncey being a ####### fascist #####, but you've just been added to the list. Blow it out your ### you ####### $3 whore. what kind of list are we talking here? Does Chauncey have to fear for his life now? Get a grip on reality and get out of the Trump thread if you are going to act like a buffoonThis whole thread was built on buffooneryNo, you are thinking of the other Trump thread, this is the serious one. All buffoon comments belong in that thread.