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Posted 3/18/16

DeadlyOats wrote:

The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him, but so do the Hillary supporters...


You're claiming that everyone who fears Trump belongs to those two candidates, and I disagree. A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican.
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Posted 3/18/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:

The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him, but so do the Hillary supporters...


You're claiming that everyone who fears Trump belongs to those two candidates, and I disagree. A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican.


Hillary is one candidate. What other candidate did you say I mentioned? I didn't say "supporters of the two candidates" even once. Where in my post does it say, "supporters of any thing"...? Not even close. You are putting words in my mouth. I said,


The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him...,


Then I added,



but so do the Hillary supporters...
Posted 3/18/16 , edited 3/18/16

DeadlyOats wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:

The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him, but so do the Hillary supporters...


You're claiming that everyone who fears Trump belongs to those two candidates, and I disagree. A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican.


Hillary is one candidate. What other candidate did you say I mentioned? I didn't say "supporters of the two candidates" even once. Where in my post does it say, "supporters of any thing"...? Not even close. You are putting words in my mouth. I said,


The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him...,


Then I added,



but so do the Hillary supporters...


That was a typo, what I meant was Hillary or Other Republican candidates, though it was painfully clear in the second part of my sentence.



A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican


Though really you're just being nit picky over typos at this point.
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> 2016
> taking anonymous seriously
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Posted 3/18/16 , edited 3/18/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:

The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him, but so do the Hillary supporters...


You're claiming that everyone who fears Trump belongs to those two candidates, and I disagree. A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican.


Hillary is one candidate. What other candidate did you say I mentioned? I didn't say "supporters of the two candidates" even once. Where in my post does it say, "supporters of any thing"...? Not even close. You are putting words in my mouth. I said,


The Republican politicians, the insider country clubbing Republican Establishment that has ignored the majority of Republican party members. Those are the guys that fear him...,


Then I added,



but so do the Hillary supporters...


That was a typo, what I meant was Hillary or Other Republican candidates, though it was painfully clear in the second part of my sentence.



A great deal of people don't like Trump doesn't necessarily have to be Hillary or Republican


Though really you're just being nit picky over typos at this point.


Typo my ass. You were putting words in my mouth. I'm being nit picky because I called you on twisting my words? Psssh!!!

I'm tired of this. I'm going to bed.
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Posted 3/18/16
You hardly have to be a Hillary supporter or a member of the Republican establishment to fear Trump...really all it takes is the belief that the President of the United States shouldn't be a racist sexist uncouth demagogue.
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blah blab blab ok who gives fuk
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Posted 3/18/16 , edited 3/18/16

nanikore2 wrote:

Trump managed to cause division even within the Anonymous hacking group


Anonymous declaring "total war" on presidential candidate Donald Trump is starting to reveal in-fighting within the hacker collective itself.
It's a strange twist from what the shadowy hacker group has done in the past, in that there are now dueling statements and mixed messages going public. While there is no central leadership, Anons often loosely coordinate hacks and rally together, whether they were going after the Church of Scientology or helping to support Arab Spring protesters.


Again, here is the problem of trying to appeal to Angry People who think the social solution is to Smash Everything (including conspiracy-happy hackers who think they have to hack everything)--
They forget who they're angry at, and soon end up wanting to smash each other.


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Donald Duck?


Or, as he's become known for skipping out on any debates he doesn't feel like answering questions in, "Ducking Donald".
Posted 3/18/16

DeadlyOats wrote:

Typo my ass. You were putting words in my mouth. I'm being nit picky because I called you on twisting my words? Psssh!!!

I'm tired of this. I'm going to bed.


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all it takes is the belief that the President of the United States shouldn't be a racist sexist uncouth demagogue.


I currently prefer "sentient bag of moist candy corn".
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Yeah, Trump sure is quite the nutcase there when he's causing a big firestorm. I can't see why people are backing this guy in masses. The lack of political experience is one thing that should scare away people, but of course when it comes to politics there's just so much involved. I can't see him winning the election, and the Republican voters should be realizing that given the obvious red flags.
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Posted 3/18/16
Anonymous turned against themselves? Really? Who would have though a cyber-terrorism group of insane radical criminals would have disgareements?
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Posted 3/18/16
Is anon even a thing anymore...? I feel like they just sorta left the internet eye, even with this.
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Nobody really likes trump that much, but he is a better choice than that old, lying, sickly, criminal with brain damage, Hillary. Democrats and Independents who can't stand Hillary vote for Trump. Many republicans are voting for Trump because their party has screwed them over too many times. Basically people are voting for Trump as a big F-You to the government who spent 20 trillion dollars more than we have and waste billions on people who are not even citizens, while our cities are falling apart.

For those of you saying Trump does not stand a chance, people said the same exact thing for Ronald Reagan who won in a landside. All the crap they say about Trump today, they said the same exact things about Reagan. It's so similar it's scary actually.

This election has nothing to do with common sense, logic, or even ideology. It's about your average everyday working class American being pissed off over getting screwed for the past 20+ years. It's how we revolt these days, without killing each other.
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Posted 3/18/16

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


bbbob5 wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Trump is nothing more than a phony....hack.


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Yeah, hopefully Trump won't track down my IP address, but considering PV isn't my real name, I'll probably remain.....anonymous.


Trump doesn't really use computers but mostly still paper. The only real evidence available of Trump's tech use was his documented use of his smart phone(s) to tweet.
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