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    Quote Originally Posted by Maldread View Post
    Now if Ryan or McCain retract their endorsements, it'll come as petty and not principled.
    Obama wants them to, so they won't.

    Which effectively makes Obama into Trump's ally.

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    McCain could easily lose and at this point is at a dead end if he loses, so going against Trump is possible. I half expect Ryan is hoping for a situation for a Presidential run in 2020, so he's just going to not do anything about anything, so that's why it's important Dems get the majority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maldread View Post
    Now if Ryan or McCain retract their endorsements, it'll come as petty and not principled.
    Ooooor they could use a few words. Not that I'm suspecting those will have any effect on Trump supporters, but still.

    Quote Originally Posted by Excitable Boy View Post
    Obama wants them to, so they won't.

    Which effectively makes Obama into Trump's ally.
    I disagree with your second statement, as I don't think it's any skin off Trump's back at this point if Paul Ryan or John McCain give up their support for him (clearly he's at odds with them if he's not throwing his support behind them, and his supporters probably don't give **** one). However, I still love how this is turning out, because honestly, seeing scumbags like Paul Ryan and John McCain caught between agreeing with Satan and agreeing with a black man and trying to figure out how to get out of this is completely hilarious.

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    More news, Hewlett Packard's CEO is endorsing Hillary

    http://www.aol.com/article/2016/08/0...nton/21444060/

    Oh, and this:

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli...ergnet_1132665
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    I mean, I don't know why you would bring your baby to a Trump rally (unless you can't find a babysitter because all your friends have left you because you actually support Trump's campaign), but that still doesn't make him less of a douche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Admiral View Post
    I mean, I don't know why you would bring your baby to a Trump rally (unless you can't find a babysitter because all your friends have left you because you actually support Trump's campaign), but that still doesn't make him less of a douche.
    There can only be one loud and obnoxious child at those events.

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    another libertarian town hall moments away.

    Johnson is getting so much coverage guys !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Admiral View Post
    I mean, I don't know why you would bring your baby to a Trump rally (unless you can't find a babysitter because all your friends have left you because you actually support Trump's campaign), but that still doesn't make him less of a douche.
    Bringing babies to political events is basically an easy PR moment. Hold up the kid, take a smiling picture, and it just looks good. Trump however defies all expectations.

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    Well, it seems karma may be catching up with him:

    http://www.aol.com/article/2016/08/0...agin/21444640/
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    Just a reminder that a lot of polls coming out today are before the feud, and is just from the DNC alone. The next set of polls should be even worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjr View Post
    Bringing babies to political events is basically an easy PR moment. Hold up the kid, take a smiling picture, and it just looks good. Trump however defies all expectations.
    I'd be afraid of Donald Trump biting my child in that case.

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    http://cdn2.thr.com/sites/default/fi...ign_s_2015.jpg

    I fear the baby is smarter than his Trump supporter parents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjr View Post
    Just a reminder that a lot of polls coming out today are before the feud, and is just from the DNC alone. The next set of polls should be even worse.
    How about this one?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016...as-flawed.html

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    Clinton's also leading by 15 in New Hampshire, the conservative bastion of New England.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobjr View Post
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    I fear the baby is smarter than his Trump supporter parents.
    I'm looking, but I can't see a single non-Caucasian in that picture.

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    Looks like Trump just made history.

    Not in a good way, mind you...
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    Conservative here. We just need to take the L here and hope the party gets its head out of its collective *** by the next election cycle.
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    I have a question for you guys.

    Out of all left-wing liberals who do NOT want to vote for Hillary, where are they on the political meter? Are the close to center, or maybe very far left (for example)?

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    I don't want to vote for Hillary that much either. But I am on team "**** the GOP" right now, and pragmatist that I am sees voting for her to be the best course of action.

    That said, I do hold a lot of liberal stances on social issues. The only exception would be recreational drug use and alcohol sales, of which I'm a big prohibitionist, with the exception of marijuana and other substances that have a proven medical benefit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Auraninja View Post
    Out of all left-wing liberals who do NOT want to vote for Hillary, where are they on the political meter? Are the close to center, or maybe very far left (for example)?
    Anyone far left not voting for Hillary is someone who doesn't understand how left Hillary actually is. People keep saying she's going to shift center, but honestly outside of being more interventionalist than most Democrats she's far left on most issues.

    Unless they want to vote in Jill Stein, who'd rather play Littlefinger and burn it all down rather than actually get anything done. Plus she's antivax.

    Conservative here. We just need to take the L here and hope the party gets its head out of its collective *** by the next election cycle.
    Funny enough they said the exact same thing in 2012, and they only doubled down on the bad parts. If Cruz is the nominee in 2020 the party might be done in it's current form.

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    Hillary is really only left when it come to social issue, every other issue she is centers right pro corporate democrat and on Fp she on par with neo cons(ok maybe not as bad as them but not great on it ether).

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    She used to be, but ever since the party has moved left so has she. A lot of it really is just 25 years of propaganda, since she was the person keeping Bill on the Left when he was president.

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    anyone who actually thinks Hillary is conservative has not research Hillary enough.

    Conservatives hate her for being far-left. Far-leftists hate her for being far-right.

    Both of you can't be right ffs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Remix2 View Post
    Hillary is really only left when it come to social issue, every other issue she is centers right pro corporate democrat and on Fp she on par with neo cons(ok maybe not as bad as them but not great on it ether).
    So why do Trump supporters have her so much? (Give you one clue, it has to do with the physical differences she has from Trump.)
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    I think a lot of it comes from her getting deals made with Republicans, where both sides would kinda get something, but that's a thing of the past, and now if you give in to anything on the other side it's a total loss.

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