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« Reply #105 on: 2016-03-03 13:39:36 »

I laughed. :) 
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« Reply #106 on: 2016-03-04 16:49:40 »

This is rather shocking.  Former Democratic Presidential candidate, Jim Webb, says he hasn't ruled out voting for Republican, Donald Trump.  Jim Webb stepped out the the presidential bid fairly early, which is why you may not know of him.  > Source

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a glaring message for Americans on his 60 Minutes interview Sunday.  He said, "it might be nice if they paid a little more attention to the world."  > Source

The latest Republican Debate on FOX got 16.9 million viewers.  That is huge, especially this late in debate season.  That is 2.5 million viewers higher then CNN had the week before. > Source

Here all the Republican Debate ratings so far.

Aug. 6 — 24 million  (FNC)
Sept. 16 — 23 million (CNN)
Oct. 28 — 14 million (CNBC)
Nov. 10 — 13.5 million (FBN)
Dec. 15 — 18.2 million (CNN)
Jan. 14 — 11.1 million (FBN)
Jan. 28 — 12.5 million (FNC)
Feb. 6 — 13.2 million (ABC)
Feb. 13 — 13.5 million (CBS)
Feb. 25 — 14.5 million (CNN/Telemundo)
Mar. 3 — 16.9 million (FNC)

Here are all the Democratic debate ratings so far.

Oct. 13 — 15.8 million (CNN)
Nov. 14 — 8.6 million (CBS)
Dec. 19 — 8 million (ABC)
Jan. 17 — 10.2 million (NBC)
Feb. 4 — 4.5 million (MSNBC)
Feb. 11 — 8.0 million (PBS/CNN)

Hillary Clinton, who originally denied going on to FOX News's Town Hall Monday, said she would now join fellow candidate, Bernie Sanders on FOX News, Monday. >Source

Political insiders and law and security specialists all agree, that Hillary should be worried about the outcome of her email scandal. > Source
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« Reply #107 on: 2016-03-04 18:07:15 »

My friend was mentioning something at lunch about how Carson might be Donald Trump's VP. He mentioned then that people might feel bad about knocking down Trump signs (it's been happening around the area) because Carson is such a nice guy.
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« Reply #108 on: 2016-03-04 19:48:20 »

I highly doubt Carson would be Trump's VP.  I don't think Trump would choose him either. 

Can I officially say that all our choices are kind of not what I want this time around?   I don't want any of the Democrats and I don't want any Republican because of the circus that has been going on lately.  I will give kudos to John Kasich who has stayed out of the helluva fight.  My only hope now is he bounces to the front and I vote for him.  :-/  I am frustrated. 
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« Reply #109 on: 2016-03-06 00:25:08 »

Winners today.

TRUMP: KY, LA
CRUZ: KS, ME
SANDERS: KS, NE
CLINTON: LA
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« Reply #110 on: 2016-03-08 00:13:50 »

Both Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were on a Town Hall event on FOX News.  It was an interesting town hall.  Good job by the media, asking good questions.
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« Reply #111 on: 2016-03-08 00:22:15 »

So apparently Bernie said something controversial recently. My friend was talking about, the gist of it was Bernie was basically saying white people will never know what it's like to live in the ghetto or be poor.
Something to that effect. It's 3:30 AM, so I'm a little lazy on actually finding a source. He said Fox News reported it, and according to his reaction they must be pretty reliable.
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« Reply #112 on: 2016-03-08 00:28:42 »

So apparently Bernie said something controversial recently. My friend was talking about, the gist of it was Bernie was basically saying white people will never know what it's like to live in the ghetto or be poor.
Something to that effect. It's 3:30 AM, so I'm a little lazy on actually finding a source. He said Fox News reported it, and according to his reaction they must be pretty reliable.

Yeah he did say something like that.  I don't know the full gist of it, but I heard that.

The Hillary camp is trying to paint Bernie as sexist right now too because during the debate in Michigan the other day, Hillary interrupted him then he said, "Hold on, I am talking, let me finish."  They are painting that as Bernie trying to push Hillary aside because she is a woman.  I watched that debate, and I only viewed him doing what pretty much anyone does when they get interrupted.  Let the guy finish is all he was trying to do. 
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« Reply #113 on: 2016-03-08 00:32:27 »

Here is a video montage of Sanders telling Clinton to stop interrupting him.  There is context in the video too.  Also an article op-ed, but I mainly linked it just for the video.

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« Reply #114 on: 2016-03-08 00:34:09 »

Here is a video montage of Sanders telling Clinton to stop interrupting him.  There is context in the video too.  Also an article op-ed, but I mainly linked it just for the video.

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I personally do not think he was being sexist in anyway.  If a male counterpart had interrupted him, he would have done the same thing.  I don't think there is anything in this clip, that is worth noting.  Though as I said, the Hillary camp and her supporters and trying to stir the pot with this.  The Clinton Foundation is a powerful thing. 
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« Reply #115 on: 2016-03-08 00:50:31 »

I'm gonna have to agree.  I think Sanders was just showing he won't be pushed aside.  You need a strong leader.  We've seen candidates do this forever.

So how come if anyone attacks Hillary, it is considered sexist or hate?  What about how the Democrats and others viscously attacked Sarah Palin years ago, or what about how they recently attacked Carly Fiorinna?  How come if you are a Democrat, you get a free pass to some of this stuff? 
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« Reply #116 on: 2016-03-08 00:51:20 »


So how come if anyone attacks Hillary, it is considered sexist or hate?  What about how the Democrats and others viscously attacked Sarah Palin years ago, or what about how they recently attacked Carly Fiorinna?  How come if you are a Democrat, you get a free pass to some of this stuff?

It's politics.  Hypocrites and political bigotry runs rampant. 
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« Reply #117 on: 2016-03-08 11:07:36 »

They are trying to garner attention because Hillary doesn't have this in the bag.  Imagine what would happen to the race if she is found to have lied to the American public and cheated the system through this email scandal.  The FBI are reviewing it even further.
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« Reply #118 on: 2016-03-08 12:22:57 »

Hillary isn't trying to become President for women.  She actually has a horrible track record with women.  It is the young girls and college aged ones that don't know her past and are pretty much sucked into her mantra. 
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« Reply #119 on: 2016-03-08 12:59:39 »

And of course the SJW's who believe that "no woman could do bad things hurr durr! It's the patriarchy that makes them do bad things!"
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