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Donald Trump as GOP hopeful: Take him seriously

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The media who colluded with the DNC to cheat Sanders is trying to cheatwith Trump. Here are the real polls and it is Trump by a landslide!

[h=2]Who do you think won the debate?[/h]

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Because "Hollywood Gossip" is a "real poll". OK

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Interesting article about the polarization of the millennial generation, the largest voting block and this "new enlightened population".

Millennials more conservative than you may think - CNN.com

All polls of both the general public and the political critics agree that Trump did not "knock it out of the park". This includes conservatives press, which of course has a narrower margin than CNN's.

Breitbart post-debate poll: Clinton won 48/43 - Hot Air Hot Air

Millenials are are polarized as hell. Drives me insane because I am sandwiched between uber conservative, and liberal groups of friends.

So now I express myself in memes. Promised I would never do that. I lied to myself again.

The only thing millenials tend to agree on politically is corporations suck, but they have diametrically opposing views on the reason they have to much power in this country. Also what should be done about it.

Most millenial liberals I know hate corporations, and believe a type of European democratic socialism is in order.

Most conservative millenials also things they suck, but think free market competition is the answer to robbing them of their monopolies. These types tend to blame government interference for the current state of conglomerate monopolization.

Its the same problem, with dichotomous views on how to solve it.

Like it, or not the 08 recession defines most millenial politics, but not everyone has reached the same conclusions.

Another thing about millenials is a lot of us will ditch previously held political ideologies extremely quickly if we do not see the results we want quick enough.

This is a frequent complaint about millenials in the work place. Because we will ditch an employer in a heartbeat if we feel like we have a better offer.

Most of us feel no compunction to do otherwise. As we feel no loyalty with these employers, or politicians would be reciprorcated. So we move on quickly, because we saw people get burned by sticking around for life.

So now we ditch things quickly if we feel there are better options elsewhere.

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Trump wants to ban Muslims. I disagree. I do think an ideology test should be imposed on any immigrant. Basically asking if you accept separation of church, and state, free speech, and that is probably as far as I would take it.

I have said trump is race baiting, and I do believe that. However I thought it was just him shamelessly trying to garner votes.

Yet for all the rhetoric this one possibly puzzles me the most. "If I were president I would let any polish immigrant in without a visa."

Now I know a lot of polish people. They tend to be good people, but so are the Mexicans, and Muslims I tend to know. Though there are exceptions to all of that.

Now I had thought Trump was just shamelessly race baiting to garner votes, but this latest comments leaves me puzzled about that.

Are the polish a bigger voting block then the Hispanics he is pissing off? Sure a lot of Americans are pissy about illegal immigration, but wouldn't that extend to undocumented polish immigrants as well?

I think our immigration policy is in shambles any ways, but this makes no sense to me.

I mean doesn't the whole immigration argument go out the window after this statement, and one can no longer deny trump is racist, or at the very least pandering to those who are?

If it's the first He shouldn't be president. If it's the second well he still probably shouldn't, but other politicians have done similar things.

The problem with the second argument is what does it say about trumps opinions on America if he is gambling his presidency on that person being a large enough voter block?

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Because "Hollywood Gossip" is a "real poll". OK

Last I checked these were real people voting rather than what the media said.

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Last I checked these were real people voting rather than what the media said.

Even Fox News focus groups said Clinton won the debate. But I suppose they aren't real people and they are only spewing out what the liberal media tells them to say...but that was Fox News. But better to believe that all media is making things up to favor Clinton and believe Hollywood Gossip as more reliable. Sounds a bit like pathetic reaching.

Of course focus groups, newspapers, analysts, bloggers, etc. are just really probably "intellectual idiots". Better to just insult people that don't agree with you than see the obvious.

Newt Gingrich: Trump won the debate. Don't believe the Intellectual Yet Idiot class | Fox News

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Even Fox News focus groups said Clinton won the debate. But I suppose they aren't real people and they are only spewing out what the liberal media tells them to say...but that was Fox News. But better to believe that all media is making things up to favor Clinton and believe Hollywood Gossip as more reliable. Sounds a bit like pathetic reaching.

Of course focus groups, newspapers, analysts, bloggers, etc. are just really probably "intellectual idiots". Better to just insult people that don't agree with you than see the obvious.

Newt Gingrich: Trump won the debate. Don't believe the Intellectual Yet Idiot class | Fox News

The media is in collusion with the DNC so of course they will say Hillary won. Course in the multitude of polls afterwards the PEOPLE said Trump won.

As for Fox News:

(NY MAG) […] Murdoch was not a fan of Trump's and especially did not like his stance on immigration. (The antipathy was mutual: 'Murdoch's been very bad to me,” Trump told me in March.) A few days before the first GOP debate on Fox in August 2015, Murdoch called Ailes at home. 'This has gone on long enough,” Murdoch said, according to a person briefed on the conversation.

Murdoch told Ailes he wanted Fox's debate moderators — Kelly, Bret Baier, and Chris Wallace — to hammer Trump on a variety of issues. Ailes, understanding the GOP electorate better than most at that point, likely thought it was a bad idea. 'Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee,” Ailes told a colleague around this time. But he didn't fight Murdoch on the debate directive.

 

 

Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch hates Trump.

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I heard a rumor that Trump's family is upset that his campaign team admitted that Trump didn't win and want them replaced.

I agree, Tweety,

Best. election. ever.

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I heard a rumor that Trump's family is upset that his campaign team admitted that Trump didn't win and want them replaced.

I agree, Tweety,

Best. election. ever.

He should be able to just buy a new team...lol.

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The media is in collusion with the DNC so of course they will say Hillary won.

Given the fawning, kid glove treatment that Trump gets from the mainstream media I think that's very unlikely.

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The media is in collusion with the DNC so of course they will say Hillary won. Course in the multitude of polls afterwards the PEOPLE said Trump won.

As for Fox News:

(NY MAG) […] Murdoch was not a fan of Trump's and especially did not like his stance on immigration. (The antipathy was mutual: 'Murdoch's been very bad to me,” Trump told me in March.) A few days before the first GOP debate on Fox in August 2015, Murdoch called Ailes at home. 'This has gone on long enough,” Murdoch said, according to a person briefed on the conversation.

Murdoch told Ailes he wanted Fox's debate moderators — Kelly, Bret Baier, and Chris Wallace — to hammer Trump on a variety of issues. Ailes, understanding the GOP electorate better than most at that point, likely thought it was a bad idea. 'Donald Trump is going to be the Republican nominee,” Ailes told a colleague around this time. But he didn't fight Murdoch on the debate directive.

 

 

Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch hates Trump.

So those people were planted by Murdoch by Fox News to say he lost the debate and everything else is a hoax from the DNC.

I wonder how it was that Obama lost his first debate. The DNC didn't favor him?

Thanks for setting me straight on that. It can't possibly be that he put in a poor performance.

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