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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockie Cantais View Post
    ... You deny the corruption in Washington? You deny that abortion is genocide? You deny that crime and crime lords pour across USA border? You deny that ISIS is worse than any Christian Freedom Fighter?...
    Yes*, Yes, Yes, Yes*

    Wait, were you trying to make a point or something? Or just spouting off random stuff that sounds pretty but isn't much connected to anything?

    (At least no conspiracy theories - afaik there was a study shows they feed on themselves, cause a low grade break from reality. No seriously, they are warning signs of mental illness, and this is why we can't actually argue with those people. You might well still live in the real world though, like I attempt to.)


    *Washington, and other high profile elected officials, can clearly be "bought" in the sense that money provides access, and defines who the official is friends with, and this will in turn greatly influence their positions. Our system as a whole, however, is (weirdly) resistant to this problem, and has been muddling though it for well over 200 years already.

    * Bit of a cheat - of course there exists a single individual of almost any major group worse than the average of IS/ISIS. Historically, there have been plenty of worse averages too, some in the name of "the church". As far as I know, IS/ISIS is the worst large scale organization in play at the moment, although the situation they arise from doesn't make that too surprising. Not that I'd recommend it, but give them a country of their own, and they'd mellow out fairly quickly to be only North Korea level bad, I would guess. (More "incidents", aka terrorist acts, but no nukes, so they can't wipe out whole cities.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockie Cantais View Post
    Really? Sarcasm? You deny the corruption in Washington? You deny that abortion is genocide? You deny that crime and crime lords pour across USA border? You deny that ISIS is worse than any Christian Freedom Fighter? You will have to deny a lot of things to say that RHC is better than Mr. Trump. Its OK, we are all entitled to our Opinions. I understand if you don't like and loath him but if he wins it will be a different world. Honestly I and many Americans not sure what will happen. Only that this it is a game changer either way. This might not end with the election, we could have a Shattered Union. Soon we will know.
    Mostly what Ethan said, but most importantly, if Trump should somehow win this election I will very seriously consider moving elsewhere. There are a plenty of other counties and people that deserve my support and tax dollars.

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    You can come to Canada Palem, we'll take you :). Just make sure to get in before we build that wall... and make America pay for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selephant View Post
    You can come to Canada Palem, we'll take you :). Just make sure to get in before we build that wall... and make America pay for it.
    I'm positive president Trump will pay to have that wall built to keep the socialists from invading from the north ;-)

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    Then we can make it a one way ticket for you then, RIGHT? :)

    Why doesn't anyone move to Mexico? We should have invaded Canada long ago and set the Quebecers FREE! wink!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan View Post
    Not that I'd recommend it, but give them a country of their own, and they'd mellow out fairly quickly to be only North Korea level bad, I would guess. (More "incidents", aka terrorist acts, but no nukes, so they can't wipe out whole cities.)
    We kind of that now, The West Coast, East Coast around DC and those weird New Englanders! Then we have the rest of the country that the elites fly over and never stop unless its election year! Funny how the rest of the world see's the heartland of America.
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    Drunkly shouting into someone's else's echo chamber, but here we go.

    Did you serious just claim *New England* is an IS hotbed? WTF? I know *best ever* Brady is kinda galling, but...

    Seriously, I know we've aped the Queen's English (sorry for the mangling to all the proper British... although Brexit, so ya'll as bad as the bad half of us'all anyway) and have some other idiomatic quirks, but the use of wicked as an exclamatory hardly qualifies for "weird" if we are being serious. Weird would be things like not liking beer. (I actually fall into that, though it is a gene quirk... you'd hate it too if it always came in a soapy glass.)

    Wealth correlates with voting R. Education correlates with voting D. Things have gotten kinda weird now that Wealth correlates with Education though, hence the silicon valley (and 128 tech sector [+Boston], which is nearly as big, and a good bit more practical it turns out) confusion. Remember Mit? Know why he was so lame? At root, he was a New England R - have to actually *make sense*, since your votes can rub two sticks together (or, well, actually know that rubbing sticks is pointless, but whatever). Tough to win when you really are a blue dog type trying to clam the "true conservative" mantle.

    Gotta give Trump that though - he's figured out the magic of winning the votes of a block while *explicitly stating he'll do the opposite of what they want*. I thought the second Bush tested the limits of my faith in the US political system (generalized, kinda unfairly, to all of humanity), but turns out it was Trump, and it looks like there is *too evil* for the average man.


    Now, I'll personally pitch Hillery, but on the principle that the current system inherently must select a total slimeball, and at least she's a slimeball that will mostly just stay the course. I'm *far* left... but I generally vote center, or at best left-center, because the radicals don't get **** done. I'd also like to see electoral overhaul, but good luck on that ya'll. You'll get my vote, for what little (nothing... directly) a vote is worth.
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    I'll give this election one thing! Its got everyone fired up and taking notice of it all. I do find it interesting that each side has a candidate that is not what we really want but its one devil or the other so pick your poison. Center? Center of what? What is left, right or liberal or conservative? Who don't get stuff done? Laughing my head off, both parties play the same game, its called the Game of Power. We the people let them play us and we dance to their tune. So Trump is flawed, so are all of us and for the record any man or women who stand with me is my brother or sister regardless of race! We are a melting pot and we take the best of each to make the whole better. The only thing I am sure of is that Trump is our anti hero and we strangely find him refreshing to the blue devil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan View Post
    Drunkly shouting into someone's else's echo chamber, but here we go.
    Yea, I know the feeling this is an Echo chamber for someone too! wink
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    I've seen as many retarded republicans as I have democrats, so I don't think we can make neat clearcut organizations of what a D or R is. Both groups contain people of intelligence and wealth, but the difference lies in the execution of how the country should obtain these statuses. On the one side the nurturing government of the 'left' is there to guide and mold you through adulthood and to spot you some cash if you're in a pinch, while the government of the 'right' gives you tough love and pushes you to be more independent because that's just the way the world is. Family structures, more than status or wealth, may be closer to the root of our political differences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebane View Post
    I've seen as many retarded republicans as I have democrats, so I don't think we can make neat clearcut organizations of what a D or R is. Both groups contain people of intelligence and wealth, but the difference lies in the execution of how the country should obtain these statuses. On the one side the nurturing government of the 'left' is there to guide and mold you through adulthood and to spot you some cash if you're in a pinch, while the government of the 'right' gives you tough love and pushes you to be more independent because that's just the way the world is. Family structures, more than status or wealth, may be closer to the root of our political differences.
    Democrats truly don't care about anything besides buying votes. Do people not read the stolen emails. They laugh and make fun of their supporters. Nothing they do actually helps anyone. Like charities such as Clinton foundation. Who use tragedies to raise money and then they steal it and hide it over seas. Also don't forget using Hillary Clinton position to sell favors for money. I could keep going on but if your voting for Hillary Clinton your head is buried in the sand and you refuse to acknowledge the truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handofthrawn View Post
    Democrats truly don't care about anything besides buying votes. Do people not read the stolen emails. They laugh and make fun of their supporters. Nothing they do actually helps anyone. Like charities such as Clinton foundation. Who use tragedies to raise money and then they steal it and hide it over seas. Also don't forget using Hillary Clinton position to sell favors for money. I could keep going on but if your voting for Hillary Clinton your head is buried in the sand and you refuse to acknowledge the truth.
    Nobody here is oblivious to obvious corruption, but you should try to understand things from a different perspective than your own. For people on the left side of the aisle Trump's platform is an affront to their very core beliefs, while their own candidate is shilling for the same corporations she exclaims to save them from. Trump is spouting things in direct conflict with their view on the world while there's an off chance Hillary might not be as destructive with a republican majority congress anyway. Somebody in here has said it about Trump and his remarks, and that people just don't give a f***, and it's obvious at this point the remaining hillary supporters either live in a hole or they just don't give a f*** either or have the same pre-conceived notions about wikileaks as the right does about the mainstream media.

    I lean very far to the right and own many guns, very pro-life, and think the free market does better than the government in most things. I would vote for Trump over Hillary, but tunnel vision is a b**** though, if you can't look at your own candidate objectively then it's hard to expect others to do the same of theirs. I'm still going with Gary, but not nearly as excited about it as I was earlier in the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockie Cantais View Post
    We should have invaded Canada long ago and set the Quebecers FREE! wink!
    We [USA] did invade Canada. Burnt Toronto. Off topic but history is important IMO

    Quote Originally Posted by handofthrawn View Post
    Last I checked Democrats have no problem with a doctor reaching into a woman's womb through her p*say...
    Much of the democratic core would still vote democrat if an abortion doctor ran. Winning the general election is not likely. A video of the doctor/candidate gloating about "easy money from baby killing" would certainly harm his/her chances of winning the election. The comparison with Trump would only work if the doctor/candidate followed the video with dismissive and insulting responses. Maybe suggesting that babies are just property and their welfare should not be a public concern.

    It is Trump's responses to the accusations and video that is disturbing to me. The accusations could be faked or exaggerated. A one time video might not represent future behavior in the public sphere. Trump's supporters keep avoiding Trump's statements in public, including statements in the presidential debates. We are confident that all former presidents have pulled down their pants and shat. But no president that I am aware of has done so at a presidential debate.

    There is DNA evidence suggesting Jefferson had relations with slaves. Slaves can not technically give consent because they are slaves. You would have to free them first and then ask [probably free friends and relatives too then ask]. However, there is nothing in writing from Jefferson condoning sex with slaves. There is certainly nothing from Jefferson like "there is no way I would f__k that one I can buy much better". Our presidents were/are human. We can expect that presidential private life on average contained as much sin as average American life. But we do expect presidents to attempt to behave and speak in an appropriate manner.

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    And hopefully not make a mockery of the country by their enthics if i may add, world is watching.

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