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    SuperLib

    I just don't see how Cruz thinks people will accept a second place popular vote getter as the nominee in this day and age. And his most recent news hadn't helped. If he doesn't watch it, he will blow his chances for 2020.

    Posted in: Cruz fights for survival as Trump eyes Indiana knockout

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    SuperLib

    MarkG: I don't believe even 10% are racist. I can't say that about the left.

    Well that's natural. The GOP is 89% white and the Democrats pretty much have every minority. It should follow that the nearly pure race party would be less racist. Or something like that.

    Posted in: Cruz fights for survival as Trump eyes Indiana knockout

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    SuperLib

    Which country has expanded it's borders?

    Posted in: NATO ponders ground force in Baltics

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    SuperLib

    speaks his mind loudly,straight,and clearly

    Clearly?

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton angle for advantage in politics of gender

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    SuperLib

    The outgoing parliament, dominated by conservatives and hard-liners wary of Rouhani’s outreach to the West, showed little desire to work with him and frequently summoned ministers to explain alleged transgressions after Rouhani came to power in 2013.

    Maybe Tom Cotton will have jobs waiting for them.

    Posted in: Iran's moderates get most parliament seats after runoff

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    SuperLib

    I get why people like Trump. Whether he builds a wall or not, they like how he thinks and they like what he wants to do. Same with a host of other issues. No, we aren't going to ban Muslims, but Trump supporters want someone in the White House who wants to.

    But stuff like this is just weird. I think he might be old school in that just being challenged by a woman makes him respond negatively. He certainly isn't doing it to attract voters so I really can't see any upside. Anyone who likes to hear that about Clinton wasn't going to vote for her anyway.

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton angle for advantage in politics of gender

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    SuperLib

    Let's just hope the Russian inferiority complex doesn't get anyone hurt.

    Posted in: Russia defends intercept of U.S. reconnaissance plane over Baltic

  • -1

    SuperLib

    Well that article says they found drugs in a truck trying to go through a border checkpoint.

    Most people who have analyzed the wall say it's extremely expensive and wouldn't keep out much of anything. Then you have the yearly maintenance costs, etc. The fact is that everyone who looks at building a wall decides the same money could be much more effective spent elsewhere.

    Posted in: Trump makes case to GOP insiders amid chaotic protest scene

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    SuperLib

    Looks like the Trump supports got their asses kicked by a bunch of illegal, transgender liberals. Now I think I understand the excitement Trump supporters feel for waterboarding. Feels pretty good seeing the white trash being kicked to the curb. Maybe some torture would be good.

    Disagree with me if you want, but you're just being PC and owned by the MSM.

    Posted in: Trump makes case to GOP insiders amid chaotic protest scene

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    SuperLib

    There should be no violence in protests. It undercuts your message and creates collateral damage for others who might support your policy positions but cannot support your tactics. It's counterproductive.

    Posted in: Trump makes case to GOP insiders amid chaotic protest scene

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    SuperLib

    sfjp330: The President was dead wrong when he promised his healthcare law would “lower premiums by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year.”

    Now imagine Obama shutting down the government until premiums get reduced by $2,500 per year. Then you'd have Cruz.

    Posted in: Trump attacks Clinton on gender, risking backlash from women

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    SuperLib

    “What made John Boehner mad is that I led a movement of the people to hold Washington accountable,” Cruz told reporters.

    No, Ted. You decided to shut down the government and put hard working people out of work over repealing Obamacare, something you had zero chance of accomplishing because you had neither the votes nor the leverage. People see it for what it was, a way to bring attention to your name (helping your presidential run). You took money out of Americans' pockets all for your own ego. You're slime.

    Posted in: Trump attacks Clinton on gender, risking backlash from women

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    SuperLib

    “Complete and total destruction of the Republican Party”: Former Reagan official Bruce Bartlett on why he backs Trump

    "I think the Republican Party is sick. It’s dying, it just doesn’t know it. And I think anything that speeds up its demise is to the good, because then it can reinvent itself and return as something healthy. Or you could use an addiction metaphor, where people have to hit bottom so that they can reach out and ask for help before they can cure themselves. I think that Trump is a symptom of a disease of rampant stupidity, pandering to morons and bigots and racists and all the sort of stuff that defines today’s Republican coalition. And I just think it’s awful. It’s terrible for the country in a great many ways that I don’t need to tell you. And I think that we need to have a healthy two-party system. We need to have a sane, functioning conservative party and a sane, functioning liberal party. And I think that half of that equation, at least, is not working, and it affects the other half.

    So I think it’s just bad for the country. So I think that giving Trump the nomination is the surest path to complete and total destruction of the Republican Party as we know it. And I look forward to him getting the nomination for that reason. I think he will have a historic loss. I think he may well bring in a Democratic Senate. But more importantly, my hope is, at least, that he will lead to a really serious assessment of the problems of the Republican Party, and lead to some opening of thought, opening of discussion, conversation among groups that have been sidelined for quite a long time. Mainly moderates and people of that sort who have been just pushed to the sidelines in favor of ever more rabid, nonsensical, right-wing authoritarianism.

    But I also don’t think it really makes all that much difference whether Trump gets the nomination, because he’s already succeeded in destroying the Republican coalition as far as the general election is concerned. Because, look, if he doesn’t get the nomination, he’ll probably do everything in his power to guarantee that whoever does get the nomination is defeated. So either way the party is looking at historic losses, historic defeat. And I think that is really, really a wonderful thing."

    http://www.salon.com/2016/04/25/complete_and_total_destruction_of_the_republican_party_former_reagan_official_bruce_bartlett_on_why_he_backs_trump/

    Posted in: Trump struggles to explain his 'America first' foreign policy

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    SuperLib

    Cruz will announce Fiorina as his VP choice. It's a gaslighter's match made in heaven. He can talk about how "poll after poll" shows him beating Clinton and she can follow it up with her bogus Planned Parenthood claims.

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton move closer to election showdown

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    SuperLib

    Once again, it was so nice to see Cruz kicked to the curb.

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton move closer to election showdown

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    SuperLib

    I know that people on the right shrivel up into little balls of fear when they think of a Muslim resettling in their area, but not everyone else does. Besides, don't you have your guns? How can you still be that afraid of a Muslim family?

    Posted in: Kansas withdraws from Syrian refugee resettlement program

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    SuperLib

    This strikes me as the kind of thing where people really don't decide until they're in the process of voting.

    Posted in: UK support for Brexit rises despite Obama's call, opinion polls show

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    SuperLib

    Actually he said that Mexicans were rapists, but some were nice people. Just like how Republicans are racist, but some are nice people. I'm sure Trump supporters here have no problem with that language.

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton move closer to election showdown

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    SuperLib

    Yeah but if the MSM shows you a Trump speech where he calls Mexicans rapists, aren't you just being told what to think by the MSM?

    Posted in: Trump, Clinton move closer to election showdown

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    SuperLib

    But the promise came under fire from Republicans concerned that violent militants could come into the United States posing as refugees.

    Why on earth would they do that? Getting in as a refugee can take years of red tape and investigations. Can't they just buy a plane ticket like all the other terrorists do?

    Posted in: Kansas withdraws from Syrian refugee resettlement program

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