2016 Presidential Campaign


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1 hour ago, theForgottenone said:

All Gary have in rebuttal is woot woot, all aboard trump train. You are expecting too much out of trump supporter.  That is the reason why those population will vote for him due to lack of knowledge in anything.

Please look up the definition of "trolling".

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1 hour ago, Fudge_Brownie said:

Sounds like a yes.

 

So me typing that made you hear a sound?  You are even more stupid than first thought.  Kudos for reaching further.  Trump train.  wooooooooot woooooot.

1 hour ago, Timbo Slice said:

Please look up the definition of "trolling".

You are expecting way to much from the three dumbigos.

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10 minutes ago, Yellow95 said:

So me typing that made you hear a sound?  You are even more stupid than first thought.  Kudos for reaching further.

I heard each individual key press as you stared at your keyboard, hunting and pecking, muttering something about 'Where's the letter S?'. It's all a pretty good impersonation of the donald though. Basic insults, misdirection, total lack of substance.

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32 minutes ago, Kevin. said:

maybe Gary needs some free college so he can learn to debate better :blink:

Been there Kevin but how would you know what goes on at college?  You spent your college years dui'ing out of the Air Force. 

1 hour ago, Fudge_Brownie said:

I heard each individual key press as you stared at your keyboard, hunting and pecking, muttering something about 'Where's the letter S?'. It's all a pretty good impersonation of the donald though. Basic insults, misdirection, total lack of substance.

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yawn.  Trump train is rolling boys.  And I do mean boys.  ;)

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Just now, Fudge_Brownie said:

And he still managed to discuss things beyond a 4th grade level better than you.

You say that hoping he will slide you some man meat.  I don't have any of those urges.  You thought I didn't know the "fudge" reference didn't you.  ;)  Trump train baby.  Woooot  wooooot

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Trump train getting sidetracked.

This is what happens when you don't fully understand how the game is played:

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/03/trump-to-sue-to-louisiana-fix-primary-system.html

Whoops, yes, you have to carry the ground game beyond the primary in each and every State especially when you're facing extremely slim margins on whether or not you'll get 1237 delegates. If a candidate - Rubio - drops out then his delegates eventually will become free agents and the smart campaign goes and woos them.  Which is exactly what Cruz did.  And if there's going to be a contested convention then you want to own the people who will be organizing for each State at the convention. You would think a "smart businessman" would have researched the rules and identified and mitigated any potential risks.

Instead, like the crybabies he claims his opponents are, Trump is now sucking his thumb and screaming, "It's NOT fair!" If he loses the nomination then his own hubris will have done him in.

Cruz is following Obama's game plan of managing the arcane rules for each State to his best advantage.  It's how the game is played.

Trump is beginning to realize that he is in over his head.  Trying to make the case that just because he will have the most pledged delegates he should be the nominee.  Only that's never the way it has worked.  We've seen contested conventions back in the 60's and 70's.  John Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey and Gerald Ford all had to maneuver in their party's conventions in order to "win the nomination" because they had not earned enough pledged delegates:

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/03/donald-trump-republican-convention-213770

Trump is not the overwhelming choice of Republican voters.  More of us have voted against him than for him.

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Trump seems to have a lot of negative things to say about everyone, why doesn't he give us some insight on how his policies and choices would be so much better? How would he be handling terror attacks in a calm and diplomatic way? (ok I laughed while typing that last part)

On 3/25/2016 at 9:07 AM, Yellow95 said:

Good call.  Drumpf Plane.  Wooooosh Wooooosh.

 

fixed that spelling for ya :happy:

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50 minutes ago, Burn-E said:

Trump train getting sidetracked.

This is what happens when you don't fully understand how the game is played:

http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2016/03/trump-to-sue-to-louisiana-fix-primary-system.html

Whoops, yes, you have to carry the ground game beyond the primary in each and every State especially when you're facing extremely slim margins on whether or not you'll get 1237 delegates. If a candidate - Rubio - drops out then his delegates eventually will become free agents and the smart campaign goes and woos them.  Which is exactly what Cruz did.  And if there's going to be a contested convention then you want to own the people who will be organizing for each State at the convention. You would think a "smart businessman" would have researched the rules and identified and mitigated any potential risks.

Instead, like the crybabies he claims his opponents are, Trump is now sucking his thumb and screaming, "It's NOT fair!" If he loses the nomination then his own hubris will have done him in.

Cruz is following Obama's game plan of managing the arcane rules for each State to his best advantage.  It's how the game is played.

Trump is beginning to realize that he is in over his head.  Trying to make the case that just because he will have the most pledged delegates he should be the nominee.  Only that's never the way it has worked.  We've seen contested conventions back in the 60's and 70's.  John Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey and Gerald Ford all had to maneuver in their party's conventions in order to "win the nomination" because they had not earned enough pledged delegates:

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/03/donald-trump-republican-convention-213770

Trump is not the overwhelming choice of Republican voters.  More of us have voted against him than for him.

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You are either retarded or you don't really follow what is going on.  Google something other that "witty Trump sayings that I would never be smart enough to think up by myself".  You might learn that the train is still rolling.  Matter of fact its a plane.  Trump plane  swoooosh wooosh.

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