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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 5 years ago
No need to make this complicated, just add an additive "x+1" to the poster above you.

I will start this off, with

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The next Trump supporter would then post

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and the next one

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Negative comments are not desired in this thread. Go start your own threads, Little Marco and Lying Ted supporters.

You got it now. Let's show The Donald some support!

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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3119) 5 years ago
An interesting article yesterday talked about the 3 new parties...The Democrats, The GOP Establishment and the GOP Authoritarians...pretty relevant ?? Much of it based on FEAR!
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Posted by ZZZzz (-551) 5 years ago
X=eleventeen.Did I do that right?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6168) 5 years ago
I'm telling your mother on you.
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Posted by Dark Beer (+256) 5 years ago
I'm going to throw a wrench in your math exercise.



I think Gunnar is on to something here. If Trump becomes a Luther type and reforms the republicans he can have a +10 from me.

[Edited by Dark Beer (3/5/2016 11:02:30 AM)]
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Posted by ZZZzz (-551) 5 years ago
I think he will give it his best shot. America and the US have been very good to him and I believe he wants to do his best to use what he has to give something back.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 5 years ago
This is clearly Gunnar's most heartfelt statement since his endorsement of Ship.

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Posted by CarlosSantos (+874) 4 years ago
My favorite part of this post is the lack of ability to count.

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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
Counting's for growers, not showers.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Here's a link to order your own official "Make America Great Again" baseball cap.

http://shop.donaldjtrump....oCCzbw_wcB

I'm leaning towards paying the extra $5 and getting mine in camo.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
Since we've gone to participation trophy rules in our discussions here, is it considered to be a non-positive post if I ask for clarification of when America ceased to be great in the first place?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Good question. I'd say it is a tossup between our illegal invasion of Iraq or when we elected a Kenyan president.
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Posted by Amorette F. Allison (+1908) 4 years ago
Amurika ceased to be great when we let colored people not be property and then gave women the vote. It's been downhill ever since.
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Posted by Brandy Allen (-2407) 4 years ago
Over 46,000 Pennsylvania Democrats have switched parties to vote for Donald Trump, joining thousands of other lifelong Democrats in blue states doing the exact same thing. He seems to be more of a unifier, than the progressives give him credit for. His attacks as of late on the BLM, and their practices of acquiring lands, "which adds to inflated land prices" is a very centrist ideal. The BLM's practices keep the poorest of our nation from becoming land owners and having a piece of the American dream. These same policies are keeping economic growth from happening. I haven't heard a democratic idea to making home ownership more available to the average Joe, Jose, Tyron, or le hung. Can you imagine the boom to private home ownership if the real estate lobby and the BLM practices were curbed? Not to mention the stock prices of consumer items and stores throughout the country would see big gains. The only idea the progressives have is to bring in socialism and assign housing, but they forget to mention that the government owns the house which they assign, no more private property rights. People want the American dream, which is the right to have affordable land, on which you can practice your beliefs. Trump is touching the heart of America and its dream, the polls are reflective of that.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
He's a regular Henry George, that guy.
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Posted by Brandy Allen (-2407) 4 years ago
Can you imagine the boom to private home ownership if the real estate lobby and the BLM practices were curbed? Not to mention the stock prices of American companies, and how they would explode. That also means more disposable income in the hands of Americans at the end of the day, which never hurt a nation to the best of my insight at least.

However Socialism and assigned housing policies will lead to fraudulent books being held by Fannie and Freddie, which will detonate sometime in the future as they have in the past.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
I respect you too much Brandy to disagree with any of your statements.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Sorry to see this thread derail from the +1 concept. But I am somewhat culpable.

I agree with 30 to 60 percent of Daniel K. Allens remarks. That is a first.

But remember all, the Donald is our only hope to keep lying Ted Cruz from winning our primary. Our idiot brethren in Idaho actually voted for this booger eater.

As Montanans, we can do better.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
The LDS are many things, not the least of which is aficionados of some seriously freaky magical underwear, but the are NOT fans of vulgarity, boorishness, or crude behavior. I wouldn't have expected them to vote for the trumpus...
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
You don't think eating your boogers during a nationally televized debate is crude or boorish"?
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
Not to the same degree. Plus Cruz strokes all their secret theocracy fantasies.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Sigh. Lying Ted won the Wyoming primary today.

C'mon, people, we need to unite behind Donald!
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
You need to simplify your message, Gunnar. You can have "Booger Eater" or "Lyin' Ted" but you can't have both. You're dealing with simple minds.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Renowned Montana blogger Dr. Ed Berry makes a compelling case for Trump:

http://edberry.com/blog/e...more-33636
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
If he didn't know about it alreayd, I think gunsbunsandgold really owes you something for introducing him him to Mr. Berry's website.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
He knows it, and trump will be the next president, he is a freemason and wants to fulfill the 3rd part of their plan. A plan which has been outlined by Albert Pike. You will see in time just how correct I am, and how behind the curb your bias has put you.

The democrats at the top are Masons as well, and they are doing their part to throw this election. That is blatantly obvious when you see who they are running against him. Selecting Hillary as their nominee is the same thing as throwing the election.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
Another montana trump voter: http://mtcowgirl.com/2016...n-montana/
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#365724)
gunsngold wrote:
He knows it, and trump will be the next president, he is a freemason and wants to fulfill the 3rd part of their plan. A plan which has been outlined by Albert Pike. You will see in time just how correct I am, and how behind the curb your bias has put you.

The democrats at the top are Masons as well, and they are doing their part to throw this election. That is blatantly obvious when you see who they are running against him. Selecting Hillary as their nominee is the same thing as throwing the election.


Sigh. Every time I think I am getting in touch with my inner conservative, out comes the crazy talk about the Masons, or the Illuminati, or the seven Jewish banking families, or whatever.

You just can't win.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#365730)
Gunnar Emilsson wrote:

gunsngold wrote:
He knows it, and trump will be the next president, he is a freemason and wants to fulfill the 3rd part of their plan. A plan which has been outlined by Albert Pike. You will see in time just how correct I am, and how behind the curb your bias has put you.

The democrats at the top are Masons as well, and they are doing their part to throw this election. That is blatantly obvious when you see who they are running against him. Selecting Hillary as their nominee is the same thing as throwing the election.


Sigh. Every time I think I am getting in touch with my inner conservative, out comes the crazy talk about the Masons, or the Illuminati, or the seven Jewish banking families, or whatever.

You just can't win.


Maybe you should put duracells in that energizer mockery rabbit you're chasing.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
I never said the word illuminati or conspiracy, but apparently its on your minds.

There are many groups out there that exist only to garnish public support and votes for their political ideology. Such as the democrats, republicans, la'rouche foundation, birch society, etc. But the ones I listen to are the ones which meet from time to time in Davos.

For the head of the fed to meet with the heads of private industry shows collusion, not conspiracy. But I don't expect you feeble minds to comprehend this economic beast.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Well, well, well......Lying Ted Cruz also turns out to be Cheating Ted Cruz.

http://www.nationalenquir...ng-claims/

Will wonders ever cease? GO DONALD!
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Hmm.. never thought I would see the day when Gunnar and Rush are in agreement and mutual support of the same candidate. The world has gotten weird.

https://www.washingtonpos...story.html
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Damn. So Lying Ted Cruz beat Donald in Wisconsin, thus greatly increasing the probability of a brokered convention.

What I would like to know is, WHY would anyone vote for Lying Ted Cruz? He is by far the worst candidate out there of any party. That he is now the favorite in the Montana primary simply astounds me. People, are you really that stupid?
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
I’m also a bit troubled to see Trump take a hit in Wisconsin. I hope he’ll get off his thumb, rally his troops, and march into the Republican convention with enough delegates to capture the nomination in the first round. With Trump heading up the GOP ticket I feel confident that the right person will win the general election come next November.
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Posted by Bigmontana (+20) 4 years ago
Who cares about Trump and his blaa. Bernie and Hillary now that's fun to watch. Bern's been raising a lot of cash just like Obama should get interesting.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
He is poses well for the camera. I suppose that is worth something.

“Will the GOP Crown Paul Ryan as Its Presidential Nominee?”
by Ronald L. Feinman
HISTORY NEWS NETWORK
http://historynewsnetwork...cle/162522
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Paul Ryan should run with Ted Cruz as his running mate. Then, the GOP will field the first truly All Munsters ticket....



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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
This needs to be brought back to the top.

Q. Why do I support Donald Trump for President?

A. Because of his skills as a NEGOTIATOR

I see Trump as the only one of the 4 significant candidates left who has the ability to negotiate with Congress and the world powers. Sure, he has his past setbacks in negotiations. But as someone who has been involved in negotiations thoughout his 30 year professional career, especially in the last 15, I see these positives:

You bluster first, alienate some, then move to a more neutral position.

You retract where you see no support.

You learn from your mistakes.

All of these are key elements of a good negotiator. Let's examine the other 3 candidates, with regards to their negotiation skills:

Hillary Clinton. Awesome negotiator, could probably solve world peace if she was Dictator of Earth. However, Republicans hate her, she is a galvanizing presence, etc.

Ted Cruz: Enough said.

Bernie Sanders: As I have said earlier, I agree with a lot of his statements, and positions. Unfortunately, socialism is going nowhere in 2016.

Which leaves us with Donald Trump. Although he has thoroughly pissed off both conservatives and liberals with his impromptu stump speeches, he is still our best choice to go forth and negotiate with both our internal and external foes.

Vote Trump.
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Posted by David Schott (+16318) 4 years ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#366073)
Gunnar Emilsson wrote:
This needs to be brought back to the top.

Q. Why do I support Donald Trump for President?

A. Because of his skills as a NEGOTIATOR

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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Well, if he is such a great negotiator, maybe he can come up with a way that his own children can vote for him. And if he can pull that off, I'll glad accept your semi-bogus premise.

https://www.washingtonpos...story.html
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Posted by David Schott (+16318) 4 years ago
Dock Street Brewing Co. Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Drumpf Short Fingered Stout



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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
I’m just hoping Gunnar will share lots of photos of the scenery and wildlife in Tromsø when he goes there to get his Trump hair.

“Secret Photos Reveal Where Donald Trump Grows His Hair”
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http://www.boredpanda.com...so-norway/
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Scoff if you will, but two years from now, when President Cruz has destroyed the economy and has us bogged down in another Middle Eastern war, you will be thinking, "why didn't I listen to Gunnar? "
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
After tonight, I'd say Trump's chances of hitting the magic number are greatly improved.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Because a bunch of democrats have jumped to his side, to push their racial agenda.

Trump will be your next president, and he will give the US a war between the civilized and the third world. Out of this war, both sides will fight to total exhaustion and will concede to a one world government, one race policy, and one religion. The war will be blamed on the differences between the people and their race,(just like the European migrant crisis) and will be used to justify government control over everything we do. Breeding will be the first thing they control, no more black people or white people allowed "to divisive", only brown ethnic members will be allowed to exist after this, so that it never happens again. Trump will give the world a race war and the black race and the white race will be non-existent at the end. Albert pike outlined this very well in his letter to Mazzini. And that's why democrats are voting for him "Trump" in droves now, they want their egalitarianism to become realized even if it means freedom of choice is stripped from their kids and grandkids.

Liberals are racist and every thing they do considers a twisted form of egalitarianism.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago


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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
Danny Boy:

Last time I checked, New York had a closed primary.

In other words, a voter has to be registered as a Republican in order to vote for your boy Trump. Independents and Democrats need not apply.

Two of Trump's genius kids didn't bother to change their political affiliation in time and couldn't vote for their Dad.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
I had to give a thumbs up to Gunsngold for entertainment value. Chuck Manson would be proud. Its Helter Skelter again!
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
A lot of registered voters don't turn out to vote, Boob. doesn't change the facts on the ground. trump will win, and I called it, get your puts and call now, cause he will win if faced with Clinton as his opponent. The democrats putting Hillary up against him, is their way of throwing the election. She killed three service men, and trump is the loud bull horn that will express this perspective to the country. He will bring about the final puzzle pieces for Babylon to be rebuilt. One language, one race, one religion. Trump is a socialist egalitarians dream for president, not Bernie.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
White Supremacist Poop Bag wrote:
The democrats putting Hillary up against him, is their way of throwing the election. She killed three service men



Really?

She killed three service men?

What weapon did she use to kill them, dumbass?
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6168) 4 years ago
I'm so glad Larry has a "No deletion" policy. It will be fun to check back here in November.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
The war will be blamed on the differences between the people and their race,(just like the European migrant crisis) and will be used to justify government control over everything we do. Breeding will be the first thing they control...


Based on what I'm reading here, this can't happen soon enough.
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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3119) 4 years ago
I think you will enjoy this, http://www.hbo.com/real-s...oplay=true
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
They "Irish officials" say they were seduced by Trump! What dumbass leaders they elected. They have officials that give away the farm before getting a legal frame work for possible reparations or settlements. Sounds like poor deal making on someone's behalf.

[Edited by gunsngold (4/21/2016 4:09:03 PM)]
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Apparently Ben Carson DID NOT read the memo from Pike to Mazinni.

I see Trump is not happy with the "Tubman Twenty". The first rounds in the race war are already being fired! Run for your lives or grab some shoe polish!
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
The first round in the race war is debatable, I say its the knock out game. which is solely black on white aggression due to racism ad envy.

Lets see how this election cycle goes, I say trump wins big, then you liberals get to see what "swells" of discontentment are really like. True grass roots movements are different than manufactured movements like the one George Soros and the progressives are attempting to rally behind.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
Sarcasm, how does it work?
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Posted by busyB (+628) 4 years ago
Donald Trump Has Been Playing a ‘Part,’ Top Aide Tells Republican Leaders


By Sarah Mimms

April 22, 2016 | 11:10 am

"A top staffer to Donald Trump suggested in a closed-door meeting with members of the Republican National Committee on Thursday that the GOP frontrunner has adopted a "persona" to attract voters...."

https://news.vice.com/art...vicenewsfb
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Posted by Forsyth Mike (+465) 4 years ago
I think Hillary Clinton will win the election.

One of two things will happen:

Trump will get the Republican nomination and she'll beat him because she'll have:
- Most of the party-line Democrats
- A majority of the women, black, and Latino vote that aren't already Democrats
- Some of the Republicans who can't stand Trump

...all of which would add up to enough to win the election.

OR, somebody else will be nominated at the convention, triggering Trump to run as a third party guy, thereby splitting the vote the same way Perot did when Bill Clinton first got elected.

Of course there is still the chance that some unforeseen scandal could happen on either side, so this prediction is just based on what we know right now.
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9954) 4 years ago
Reply to Forsyth Mike (#366199)
I would bet that you are correct, but who knows. I guess we'll find out.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Time will tell, but Trump has just about sewn up the republican nomination. There is no mathematical way for Hillary to win this. She just might be hauled off of the debate stage by the FBI serving a warrant. She's covering up e-mails proving she let three American patriots get killed, all to cover up guns being shipped to the rebels "and ISIS's groups".

Its called a silent majority for a reason. For every person run over by a drunk driver, there will emerge family and friends that hate drunk drivers.

Equally, for every American job lost to a foreigner, family and friends are born which feel victimized and invaded, and they may yell "build a wall"!

Lets not blame the "victims" of this 3rd world invasion for reacting in a Trumpeting manner. Instead lets recognized that the world is now faced with a silent majority which is tired of scandals like "Fast and Furious", or "LIBOR". And how 5000 dollars toilets bought by liberal government officials, look just like the ones home depot has for a 100 bucks.

Your form of progress, is a rip off!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Yep, the Donald kicked some Lyin' Ted butt last night! Go Donald!

And how about a shout out to Socialism.....they won Rhode Island!
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9954) 4 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#366245)
gunsngold wrote:
Time will tell, but Trump has just about sewn up the republican nomination.

Perhaps. It seems he'll probably be very close. But I would not discount the fact that there is a huge segment of the RNC/Republican Party who do not want him selected. I suspect there will be fireworks at the RNC Convention. It should be entertaining.

gunsngold wrote:
There is no mathematical way for Hillary to win this.

Huh? I don't get that. Elaborate how "there is no mathematical way" for Clinton to win?

gunsngold wrote:
She just might be hauled off of the debate stage by the FBI serving a warrant.

I don't know where you are coming up with this. People like you can keep saying stuff like that, but it doesn't make it real.

gunsngold wrote:
She's covering up e-mails proving she let three American patriots get killed, all to cover up guns being shipped to the rebels "and ISIS's groups".

Again, fantasy - not reality.

gunsngold wrote:
Your form of progress, is a rip off!

Again, huh? I'm not exactly sure who "your form of progress" refers to, but please do explain and how it is a "rip off".
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Web Master wrote:
I would not discount the fact that there is a huge segment of the RNC/Republican Party who do not want him selected.


They are called democrats, or traitors which ever you prefer. Perhaps they are just confused about their identity, seems to be a common occurance these days.
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9954) 4 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#366264)
The "democrats" ("or traitors") are the "huge segment of the RNC/Republican Party who do not want [Trump] selected".

Huh. That's a new one. You're good for a laugh.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
I’m happy to see that Trump is locking down his Party’s nomination. As I’ve said before, I can think of no more certain guarantee that right person will win the General Election than having Trump as the GOP candidate.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Yes< people with democratic ideals exist in the republican wing of politics. McCain is a closet democrat and liberal progressive, as are many others. We are just cleaning house a bit. The supreme court justices are next. I can not believe Scalia was actually considered a conservative. He wouldn't recognize orthodox values if his granny beat him with the ten commandments.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Reply to Hal Neumann (#366269)
Hal Neumann wrote:
I’m happy to see that Trump is locking down his Party’s nomination. As I’ve said before, I can think of no more certain guarantee that right person will win the General Election than having Trump as the GOP candidate.


John Boehner is also pretty happy about Trump becoming the presumptive Republican candidate. I love his opinion of Lyin' Ted. “I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life.”

http://www.stanforddaily....in-office/
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Gunnar,

Do you think Trump is making a mistake in choosing Ted Nugent as his running mate?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Heck no! Ted Nugemt, afterall, created the greatest rock'n'roll album of all time.

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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Leaving aside your taste in music for another day . . .

You aren’t concerned that Ted is too moderate? Will he alienate Trump’s base? Will Trump supporters accept that the ticket needs to (appear) be balanced heading in to the general election?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Ummm, Ted is more conservative than Trump. Trump's base is us old middle class white guys who appreciate Ted Nugent (I can't believe someone downvoted Tooth Fang & Claw!) The balance of conservative Ted with moderate Donald is a perfect match for a ticket.

Now, if you want something to downvote, downvote Weekend Warriors. Its garbage.

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
An excellent article on why both Daniel K. Allen and I support Donald Trump.

"One thing Ted Cruz is really good at: uniting people who otherwise disagree about everything else in a total hatred of Ted Cruz"

http://www.rollingstone.c...s-20160429
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9954) 4 years ago
Am I the only one who thinks Gunnar is perpetuating a huge ruse, in order to finally say ... "Hah! Hillary Won!" ???
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
If he was REALLY being serious he would have suggested 'Damn Yankees' for the downvote bait.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
I had forgot about Damn Yankees. Yes, that is way worse than Weekend Warriors.

But Weekend Warriors was by far the most disappointing. Until it came out, Uncle Ted was riding an a$$ kicking hard rock streak of greatness:

Call of the Wild
Tooth Fang & Claw
Ted Nugent
Free for All
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Double Live Gonzo

....and then.....Weekend Warriors? Yuck.

By the time of Damn Yankees, Ted was pretty much done.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Reply to MilesCity.com Webmaster (#366352)
MilesCity.com Webmaster wrote:
Am I the only one who thinks Gunnar is perpetuating a huge ruse, in order to finally say ... "Hah! Hillary Won!" ???


No, you are not the only one. $100 says that Gunnar votes for Hillary in the general election.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Wow. Bridgier and I are being down voted by a Damn Yankees fan.

I didn't think anyone liked the Damn Yankees.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Re-read the title of this thread very carefully.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
It’s seems more and more likely that Gunnar is providing Trump with his material.

“Trump links Cruz's father to Kennedy assassination”
BBC NEWS
May 3, 2016
http://www.bbc.com/news/e...-36195317?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
More good news for us fans of Donald Trump! Billionaire Sheldon Adelson has pledged $100 million towards his campaign.

http://www.nytimes.com/20....html?_r=0

Last night, watching Washington Week on PBS, they flashed their latest poll showing Hillary only is ahead of Trump by 2 percentage points. Amazing! Idiots like Paul Ryan will soon be eating crow.

I hope future President Trump's operatives sees my posts on this thread (they are very social media/tech savvy), recognize that I was an early enthusiastic supporter, and gives me a cabinet post, like, say, Secretary of Montana.
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Posted by Oddjob (+185) 4 years ago
Here you go Gunnar..One for your team...

Nevada Democrats destroy themselves; hand the State to Trump.

Barbra Boxer disses Bernie supporters; insures their defection...

https://www.rawstory.com/...-of-anger/

http://www.realclearpolit...nders.html

And you thought the Repubs had a s**tshow going on
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#366559)
Gunnar Emilsson wrote:
More good news for us fans of Donald Trump! Billionaire Sheldon Adelson has pledged $100 million towards his campaign.

http://www.nytimes.com/20....html?_r=0

Last night, watching Washington Week on PBS, they flashed their latest poll showing Hillary only is ahead of Trump by 2 percentage points. Amazing! Idiots like Paul Ryan will soon be eating crow.

I hope future President Trump's operatives sees my posts on this thread (they are very social media/tech savvy), recognize that I was an early enthusiastic supporter, and gives me a cabinet post, like, say, Secretary of Montana.


You are quite the Oredigger, Gunnar.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
Oddjob wrote:
Nevada Democrats destroy themselves; hand the State to Trump.


You really think Trump is a lock to win Nevada?

You're even more delusional than I thought! I bet you think Sharron Angle will be the next Senator from Nevada. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Governor Sandoval won't even endorse Trump.

I've never heard Senate candidate Joe Heck mention his name.

I'm sure all of your Hispanic friends will be voting for Professor Trump.

The Hispanics LOVE him!
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Posted by Oddjob (+185) 4 years ago
Reply to Bob L. (#366571)
Bob L. wrote:
Oddjob wrote:
Nevada Democrats destroy themselves; hand the State to Trump.


You really think Trump is a lock to win Nevada?


I really think you should all start paying more attention to Gunnar.

All I'm saying is there were a whole lot of people in the ballroom at the Paris Hotel who used to be Democrats until last night. Barbra Boxer and Roberta Lange took care of that. Trump didn't have to lift a finger to start that war..

A scene I suspect will play out at numerous other State Conventions across the Land when the Clinton machine strong-arms all the Berners out of the way. If this keeps up, Trump won't even have to trot out the bimbos.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
Oddjob wrote:
If this keeps up, Trump won't even have to trot out the bimbos.


Why in God's name would Trump want to "trot out" his ex-wives and mistresses???
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Bob L., Oddjob has got it, and so should you. Liberal magazine The Atlantic Monthly has got it, too.

http://www.theatlantic.co...cy/482796/

I highly recommend reading it.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Democrats are throwing this election.
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Posted by Oddjob (+185) 4 years ago
Reply to Bob L. (#366574)
Bob L. wrote:
Oddjob wrote:
If this keeps up, Trump won't even have to trot out the bimbos.


Why in God's name would Trump want to "trot out" his ex-wives and mistresses???


If anybody else wrote that, I'd know it was snark, but in your case...

I have my doubts....

Gunnar..

Good one.

Reminds me of this:

Film critic and NY society boob “Pauline Kael famously commented, after the 1972 Presidential election, ‘I live in a rather special world. I only know one person who voted for Nixon. Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my ken. But sometimes when I’m in a theater I can feel them.'”

--New Yorker--
Feb 2011

This person is the "missing link" of the Democrat Party in it's evolution from KKK to present day alien life-form.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
So, Donald Trump has no ex-wives or mistresses?

Right, gotcha.


Your boy David Duke is a HUGE Trump supporter. He must be pretty confused, since he's supposed to be a Democrat.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago


The Bernie Bots are doing an excellent job of electing Trump. After the election, the Bernie Bots can go back to their full-time jobs, of Occupying Wall Street.
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Posted by Kelly (+2607) 4 years ago
100 Replies and has anyone's mind been changed?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Reply to Kelly (#366587)
Kelly wrote:
100 Replies and has anyone's mind been changed?


Yes. I have gone from enthusiatic idealism to a more pragmatic it probably doesn't matter, giving a poop is a waste of time. I don't see much differnce between a Clinton or Trump or Sander or Batman Presidency. I think we waste a lot of energy supporting our guy/gal. In the end, dissillutionment wins the day and it really isn't going to matter. Who is the dog-catcher probably has more impact on our individual lives than the POTUS.

The reality for many of us is we are nothing more than procreateing ATM machines earning a paycheck that we turn-in every two weeks to our overlords. If life is kind, we are allowed to have a beer or three once in a while. Not much else we should expect from life.

There are days the only thing that keeps me from ending it all is the fear of fukcing that up as well and not actually ending it and just creating more pain. Being concerned about who becomes president is nothing more than a diversion from the pathetic exsitence we have to endure.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
"The pathetic existence we have to endure "? Speak for yourself. I whacked the snot out of the trout the other day. I pretty much have a great day all the time

You were born white, male, and in the United States, as was I. I admit to be slightly more privileged,being an engineer, but we both are more privileged than 99.9% of the world's population. So go cry in your beer somewhere else. And vote Trump.
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Posted by David Schott (+16318) 4 years ago
Reply to Kelly (#366587)
Kelly wrote:
100 Replies and has anyone's mind been changed?

I'm 99% certain that "Oddjob" was going to vote for Hillary until Gunnar convinced him to vote for Trump. There is that nagging 1% that says I might be wrong, though.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Reply to Gunnar Emilsson (#366593)
Gunnar Emilsson wrote:
"The pathetic existence we have to endure "? Speak for yourself. I whacked the snot out of the trout the other day. I pretty much have a great day all the time

You were born white, male, and in the United States, as was I. I admit to be slightly more privileged,being an engineer, but we both are more privileged than 99.9% of the world's population. So go cry in your beer somewhere else. And vote Trump.


I find it odd and ironic you berate me about white privilege and then tell me to vote for the poster-child of white privilege. But whatever...

It really does not matter who is POTUS. So you all go vote for Trump. Especially if it will make Gunnar happy and get him to shut up about the procreateing election. Trump will be no better or worse than anyone else. You are a fool if you think it matters at all who is president. In the end, the candidates are all the same. The election is nothing but a fukcing scam to get us worked up and make us believe we have a say when we really don't.

All that truly matters to the overlords is we hand in our paycheck every two weeks and that we die on time. True white priviledge would be getting to die ahead of time and not have to put up with this BS called life. 55 might be enough.

[Edited by Richard Bonine, Jr. (5/17/2016 10:10:28 PM)]
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Your last two posts worry me, Richard.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
It worries me as well. Richard. I suggest you take a deep breath, and watch the Super Bowl again from a couple of months ago. That'll cheer you up.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
someone mentions (twice) that they're at least flirting with considering suicide, and a post expressing concern for that person gets 3 downvotes. Miles City in a nutshell.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Richard, if you need to talk to someone, there's lots of folks here ready to listen, including me. Just contact one of us.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
Thank you for your concern and my apologies for derailing the thread with my own personal problems. I am going through a hard time and life isn't a lot of fun. Sometimes the monsters get me, like they did last night.

Honestly, I am sick of the election and all of the bickering about it. It just adds one more thing to the woodpile. Unfortunately, I was born with my heart on my sleeve, a fire in my soul, and a mouth that I cannot control.

I am going to focus my energies on living in the now, moment to moment and avoid situations that distract me into worrying about the future. Elections are high on the list of things that provide that kind of distraction.

Later.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Richard,

Ignore the political threads and get back in the habit of sharing puns (that will teach us all a lesson ; -)
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6168) 4 years ago
Richard, try haikus. They work for me.

Hey, what's with the dislikes for haikus?! Philistines!

[Edited by Wendy Wilson (5/18/2016 10:56:16 PM)]
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Posted by moos (+62) 4 years ago
trump will be holding a rally in billings this thursday may 26, 4 pm at rimrock auto arena - details and tickets found on the official trump website (http://www.donaldjtrump.com)- if u have doubts, wortwhile to make the 2 hr trip.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
I didn't find any details on the site about billings. He should stop in Montana, he has a strong base here.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
This is LMAO FUN!

http://trumpdonald.org/

I'm easily ammused. 
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9954) 4 years ago
Reply to gunsngold (#366671)
gunsngold wrote:
I didn't find any details on the site about billings. He should stop in Montana, he has a strong base here.

It's on there, in the schedule ...

https://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
It's good to see Richard re-gaining his sense of humour and resigning himself to the inevitability of President Trump.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Gunner said

"the inevitability of President Trump"

Starting to see the light Gunner?
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
"Starting to see the light"?! Who do you think started this thread, g and g?
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
"Starting to see the light" means Gunner may be realizing that a trump presidency is inevitable. This thread started with a vote by numbers if you recall, Bob. It was another feeble attempt to poke fun at conservatives in a predominantly liberal talk forum.


I like keeping this thread going, just to show you folks that I am right. Trump will win, and I called it early. My home county has 3 times more voters than this state does.

It will not be luck or fear that propels trump to the top. Instead it will be the selection process that has given us all the previous presidents. Trumps election will incite the destroyers of civilization, creating class and race based wars.


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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago
This nicely sums up my thoughts on Don-the-Con:

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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Seem like green eggs and ham has cured Richard of his suicidal tendencies, good for you dick. Ad a boy!!
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago


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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14601) 4 years ago


Photo Credit goes to the Hate Liberals, Bite Me Facebook page.

[Edited by Richard Bonine, Jr. (6/6/2016 6:16:05 AM)]
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
You will be crying in that beer,liberals, when Bernie wins California Tuesday and forces a contested convention.

The internicene fight between Sanders and Clinton guarantees us a Trump presidency. Feel the Bern? No,fear the Bern.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
say what gunner? The dems are throwing this election.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
They sure are, Danny. Old Bernie refuses to give up, like Mao in 1927.
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Posted by Jeri Dalbec (+3119) 4 years ago
Luckily, they just figured out that dTrump is contributing to Bernie's campaign...a big expose' But...Bernie is fighting back with information as to how much Hillary is spending on her clothing Wonder if it is a "Guy thing"????
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Mittens still can't get over the fact that Trump is da MAN, and he is yesterday's news:

https://www.washingtonpos...story.html

John Weaver, another GOP strategist, predicted the Romney gathering will yield no credible solution to Trump. “Some of them will have chardonnay, some will have spring water, they’ll wring their hands, they’ll bemoan the state of the party and then they’ll leave,” he said.

I could not have described the leadership of the Republican party any better than that.
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Posted by absolutelyalicetoday (+2) 4 years ago
The RED QUEEN jumped for joy when Paul Ryan endorsed Trump just after calling Trump's comments about the Mexican judge "the textbook definition of racism." The Republicans are running someone who casually makes racist comments for president of the United States. The RED QUEEN loves Paul Ryan and Donald Trump! They are both out of their heads but still get to keep their heads under the RED QUEEN'S exacting standards!

Beam me up, Scotty! There's no intelligent life down here!

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Posted by absolutelyalicetoday (+2) 4 years ago
The RED QUEEN is unhappy with Senator Elizabeth Warren, but she loves Donald Trump even more after listening to this.

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Uhh...."Absoluetelyaliceblah" Your red queen posts are jibberish, at best. Even I, the most eloquent of Trump spokespeople, cannot decipher what the hell you are jibbering about. Maybe if I went to Oxford, like Billary, and studied Lewis Carroll 601 for two semesters, would I understand your subtle liberal arts humor. But I am a poor engineer and thus like Larry the Cable Guy.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Gunnar. I'm guessing Absoluteblargblarg is trying to promote the latest Disney "Alice in Wonderland" sequel which, according to critics, sucks a$$.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
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I think that National Review article reflects what Gunnar would like to see happen to the GOP.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
I suspect you could be right about that Bob.
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Posted by ike eichler (+1228) 4 years ago
Anyone here supports Hillary, if so start a new thread. As an aside, anyone has read David Brock THE SEDUCTION OF HILLARY RODHAM?
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Posted by absolutelyalicetoday (+2) 4 years ago
The RED QUEEN wishes Donald Trump would learn to say, "Off with Their Heads!" She thinks Donald Trump is getting very close to saying that, but hasn't done so yet. So disappointing! Yet, the RED QUEEN remains hopeful. Maybe next week!

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Posted by Mary Catherine Dunphy (+2899) 4 years ago
Sing it, Ethel!

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Looks like the "Brexit" is going to happen


Why? Because Great Britain is sick of the open immigration policies of the EU that allow potential terrorists into their country without a thorough vetting.

Makes you wonder whom the citizens of the UK would vote for president.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Or perhaps it makes a person wonder what would happen if Trumpers would vote to leave the Union?
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Oh man Gunnar – you are moving in some fast company now.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Reply to Hal Neumann (#367286)
Hal Neumann wrote:
Oh man Gunnar – you are moving in some fast company now.


I know what you are saying. But mouth breathers aside, why don't we look at what Mr. Trump is saying?

We are a nation of immigrants. However, all of our (speaking of those Miles City/Montana types who post here) ancestors worked hard to assimilate into this country, learning the language, even changing our names.

This new Muslim wave of immigrants has no interest in assimilation. Ordinarily, that would be fine, except a very small percentage of them want to kill the rest of us. That is a problem.

Trump's solution is immigration control. I like that. The Democrats' solution is gun control. I like that. The problem is Congress, who is far right of the Democrats and even right of Trump.

I mean, even the NRA says we shouldn't sell guns to those on the No Fly list, and the Tea Party Republicans in the Senate voted against that?

As I have been saying for months now, Trump is not the problem. The Tea Party is. Trump is our only solution to end the Tea Party.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
That's about like killing a fly with an atomic bomb, Gunnar.
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Posted by AFAB (+98) 4 years ago
It makes me giggle how so many can't follow the directions of the original post
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Naw. Gunnar I’m not buying it.

And you can’t set the mouth-breathers aside. He’s made them too much a part of his machine, he can’t set them aside.

History tells me that nothing but a bucket load of sorrow, misery, and blood comes from a unprincipled wannabe leader using mouth-breathers to gain power. At some point he has to unleash his followers on the scapegoats to maintain their support.

History tells me that if a corrupt and greedy wannabe strongman comes to power all that comes from it is a corrupt society. And again, he has to unleash his followers on the scapegoats to maintain their support.

I’m just not buying it.
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Posted by Tom Masa (+1980) 4 years ago
I agree with Gunnar that the Tea Party is the problem. But not that Trump is the answer. What is the answer..I dunno
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
The problem is those things that led to rise of the tea party. I don’t what the solution is to dealing with those things. But Trump is the answer, just another problem.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5090) 4 years ago
They love Trump in Scotland!

http://www.anorak.co.uk/4...pelican.html/
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Posted by Wendy Wilson (+6168) 4 years ago
All Bernie has is Boost.
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Gunnar, your boy seems to be losing steam. Don’t seem that he can run with the big dogs. Maybe next time.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+16321) 4 years ago
Hal, I don't think so. A new poll in today's New York Times shows a virtual dead heat. More troubling news regarding emails and Benghazi as well. Whereas Trump's message is to tear up trade agreements and crush China.:O
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
And we both know how reliable polls are : -) : -) You can pick one to prove anything under the sun.

Kim Il-Trump is losing his magic and marginalizing himself. Mounting a campaign based on being a richard cranium has its limits. Sure you can attract fellow “thinkers”, but after a while you just become another source of noise. And life in modern times is nothing, if not full of noise. The richard cranium thing doesn’t allow you broaden your appeal and gather in the votes you need come the general election.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Quinnipiac(sp?) has Clinton up 2%. Five other polls cited by NYT today has Clinton up from 5% to 12%. The Times shows Clinton up by 5% when averaging today. These are polls taken from 12-21-16 to 12-27-16.

Not quite a virtual tie, Gunnar. But as Trump would say..."We're doing great at the polls!"
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Posted by David Schott (+16318) 4 years ago
"These are polls taken from 12-21-16 to 12-27-16."

Thank god I must've slept through Christmas...
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Posted by ZZZzz (-551) 4 years ago
The poll taken where clinton is up 12% ? It has come out that the pollsters-compare to democrat gangsters-polled 12% more democrats than republicans. The results were manipulated and fed to the public who believes the poll was conducted fairly. The liberal media just ran with it. I wonder if they polled hillary clinton and the orlando shooter as they are both registered democrats.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8919) 4 years ago
You know who talks about 'unskewing the polls' Mrs. ZZZzzz? Losers.
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Posted by ZZZzz (-551) 4 years ago
I have noticed you do not like the truth brigier perhaps that is why you do not speak it.The truth is hard to take sometimes-actually all of the time for a liberal.
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Posted by Bob Netherton III (+2776) 4 years ago
Hells Bells! I meant 6-21 through 6-27!
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+9681) 4 years ago
Bob, half a dozen of one - half a dozen of another.
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Posted by gunsngold (-2407) 4 years ago
Trump is pulling ahead as the democrats unravel at the seams.

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