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46250. arkymalarky - 2/29/2016 7:26:18 PM

Some of that is GOP trolls. I think they were in the pumas as well. The majority aren't but there are some. The sincere ones will vote for her and I hope that if trump is the nominee that it will drive voters out who are rightly fearful of a trump presidency. This includes Republicans who are mortified at the impending train wreck.

46251. arkymalarky - 2/29/2016 7:55:05 PM

The other day I was trying to think of where I'd heard the word winning Used like Trump's been using it, and it suddenly dawned on me: Charlie Sheen.

46252. iiibbb - 2/29/2016 8:32:42 PM

Message # 46250 I must remind myself that most of the interactions I have with dyed in the wool Bernie supporters... as well as SJW/Progressives.... are vocal ones on the interwebs.

Mostly I am just not paying attention because a)I'm voting no matter what, and b) there is no way in hell I'm voting for any one of these fuckwits on the Republican side. I am not sure how long it will be before I'm even in a position to trust their motives as a party again.

46253. judithathome - 2/29/2016 9:57:43 PM

Breaking news: For the first time in 10 YEARS, Clarence Thomas asked questions in a hearing at the Supreme Court!

46254. iiibbb - 3/1/2016 2:47:00 PM

Il Duce

Best news of the week. Trump quotes Mussolini.

46255. winstonsmith - 3/1/2016 7:39:23 PM

I think a lot of the crap Trump does will be useful for the Dems in the general election if he is the nominee. I think there are lots of people who are less inclined to overlook things that his base does not care about.

46256. winstonsmith - 3/1/2016 7:41:23 PM

And, hopefully, Trump would drive turnout for the Democrats.

46257. winstonsmith - 3/1/2016 7:43:03 PM

While suppressing turnout for demoralized moderate Republican's who wanted Bush or someone like him.

46258. arkymalarky - 3/1/2016 7:47:19 PM

A number of prominent Republicans are saying unequivocally that they will not vote for him in the general election.

46259. arkymalarky - 3/1/2016 7:48:43 PM

They're also openly questioning whether this is the death of the Republican Party. Democrats are smartly holding their fire and making sure there's plenty of rope available.

46260. judithathome - 3/1/2016 7:48:50 PM

I think he's going to sweep Super Tuesday and kill off the Republican Party in one evening.

Speaker of the House Ryan comes out today after the major bombs have decimated his party and surveying the wreckage, lectures people on the dangers to the party if it lets someone like Trump become the standard bearer.

These idiots, rather than having all the candidates sign a loyalty oath promising to support the Republican nominee months ago...they should have done their utmost to stop this lunatic.

Now they are in the position of HAVING to support him or go back on their word to support the nominee.

Be careful what you you wish for....

And speaking of that loyalty oath, if Reince Priebus isn't kicked out of his chairmanship of the RNC after this debacle of a campaign, the Republicans are much more stupid than I thought.

46261. winstonsmith - 3/2/2016 1:25:54 AM

Judith, I agree. It's hard to see how Reince keeps his job.

46262. Ms. No - 3/2/2016 6:43:11 AM


"There was also a recent article that points out that Hillary and Bernie have voted the same on 93% of issues... so they ain't that different."

Yes, I've been pointing this out to people at every opportunity. Other than big-business, the only significant difference between Hillary and Bernie is on foreign policy, and I think I'll put my trust in the person who successfully served as Secretary of State and actually knows what she's talking about.

46263. winstonsmith - 3/2/2016 10:31:52 PM

Looks like Ben Carson is out.

46264. judithathome - 3/2/2016 10:43:03 PM

Did someone wake him and inform him of that fact?

46265. iiibbb - 3/3/2016 1:40:29 AM


What is going on in this country?

46266. judithathome - 3/3/2016 10:54:20 PM

I know....this is all over the local news and the state news....just shows you how far afield the Republicn PArty has strayed.

To think the RNC would support this moron is beyong belief.

Hey, Texas....you get what you vote for: didn't electing Cruz as your state representive teach you ANYTHING???

46267. robertjayb - 3/3/2016 11:27:50 PM

What fun! A battle of the filthy rich...

(NYMag.com): "Romney could enter the Republican primary race late in California and New York to deny Trump the delegates necessary to clinch the nomination. Then, at a brokered convention, Romney would emerge as the party’s choice on a second ballot. There’s no real hope that Romney would be able to beat Clinton — it would essentially be a suicide mission — but losing in 2016, while being able to cast the Trump phenomenon as a fringe aberration, would be better for the party in the long run..."

46268. judithathome - 3/3/2016 11:36:56 PM

Nothing will be better for the party in the long run...while I did think Romney's speech was far better than any he gave in the last campaign, it would be a suicide mission for him to accept a bid from from brokered convention...

Face it...the Republicans are reaping what they sowed...and it is biting them in their collective ass.

Warms the cockles of my heart!

46269. judithathome - 3/3/2016 11:37:30 PM

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