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will trump?
Posted 12/10/16

CKD-Anime wrote:

will trump?


I don't think trump will run for a second term.
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Xxanthar wrote:


CKD-Anime wrote:

will trump?


I don't think trump will run for a second term.
that's a shame

Posted 12/10/16

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Xxanthar wrote:


CKD-Anime wrote:

will trump?


I don't think trump will run for a second term.
that's a shame



He's a busy man.
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I think Trump is an asshat, but at the same time, I have no idea on how he would function as a president. At the moment, the dollar seems to actually have gone up in value after him winning the election, which is a good sign to me.

I didn't vote, but I wanted Trump to win over Hillary. The far Left wanted Hillary for social justice, the far right wanted not-Hillary for traditional values. A lot of people who were rather moderate like me though, yet wanted Trump, wanted him for economic reasons. If he delivers a more stable economy and an easier financial life for me, and chooses to run again in 2020, then I will actually register next time and vote for him. If he fails, I will actually register next time and vote against him. The fact that he has a vulgar personality doesn't affect my decision in the slightest, I need results, not manners.

If he doesn't run though, I won't be informed enough to make a decision so I probably won't vote.
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I don't think the amount of salt that needs to be taken with, ' so-and-so is floating of a presidential candidate four years from now', is safe for human consumption.
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It would be nice if she did, but hopefully when we have a population that doesn't so readily believe in the conspiracy theories like Pizza-gate or the one about the Newtown shooting being a hoax to "take away our guns". The southern strategy opened a box that cannot be closed on a generation of Americans that gave birth to both Fox News, Infowars, and Breitbart. And, this doesn't look like it will end well. Just like last time. In the Roman empire.


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So Clinton wants to again run on the "Vote for me because I'm not Trump" platform?

It's too early to really throw your hat in for 2020, especially for someone who is up there in age like Hillary. She's no spring chicken when it comes to her health. And Old Man Biden has also mentioned his interest in running in 2020. All the naysayers are already throwing Trump under the bus despite the fact that he has yet to take office. Let's give Trump a chance.

I agree. Donald Trump does deserve a chance indeed.
Posted 12/10/16

xxJing wrote:

I think Trump is an asshat, but at the same time, I have no idea on how he would function as a president. At the moment, the dollar seems to actually have gone up in value after him winning the election, which is a good sign to me.

I didn't vote, but I wanted Trump to win over Hillary. The far Left wanted Hillary for social justice, the far right wanted not-Hillary for traditional values. A lot of people who were rather moderate like me though, yet wanted Trump, wanted him for economic reasons. If he delivers a more stable economy and an easier financial life for me, and chooses to run again in 2020, then I will actually register next time and vote for him. If he fails, I will actually register next time and vote against him. The fact that he has a vulgar personality doesn't affect my decision in the slightest, I need results, not manners.

If he doesn't run though, I won't be informed enough to make a decision so I probably won't vote.


This I agree with 100%
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pandrasb wrote:


xxJing wrote:

I think Trump is an asshat, but at the same time, I have no idea on how he would function as a president. At the moment, the dollar seems to actually have gone up in value after him winning the election, which is a good sign to me.

I didn't vote, but I wanted Trump to win over Hillary. The far Left wanted Hillary for social justice, the far right wanted not-Hillary for traditional values. A lot of people who were rather moderate like me though, yet wanted Trump, wanted him for economic reasons. If he delivers a more stable economy and an easier financial life for me, and chooses to run again in 2020, then I will actually register next time and vote for him. If he fails, I will actually register next time and vote against him. The fact that he has a vulgar personality doesn't affect my decision in the slightest, I need results, not manners.

If he doesn't run though, I won't be informed enough to make a decision so I probably won't vote.


This I agree with 100%


Completely agree
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Hillary is going for the world record of most failed attempts at the presidency from a serious candidate! She has already broken the ceiling for most number of times a serious female candidate can fail and she isn't satisfied!


xxJing wrote:

I think Trump is an asshat, but at the same time, I have no idea on how he would function as a president. At the moment, the dollar seems to actually have gone up in value after him winning the election, which is a good sign to me.

I didn't vote, but I wanted Trump to win over Hillary. The far Left wanted Hillary for social justice, the far right wanted not-Hillary for traditional values. A lot of people who were rather moderate like me though, yet wanted Trump, wanted him for economic reasons. If he delivers a more stable economy and an easier financial life for me, and chooses to run again in 2020, then I will actually register next time and vote for him. If he fails, I will actually register next time and vote against him. The fact that he has a vulgar personality doesn't affect my decision in the slightest, I need results, not manners.

If he doesn't run though, I won't be informed enough to make a decision so I probably won't vote.


This man knows how to go about it.

When Obama got elected I hoped he wouldn't screw the nation over and hoped he would improve the nation. Wishing the president does badly is literally shooting yourself in the foot. He disappointed me but I'm still glad it was him instead of Hillary.
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Please no. She lost once and she'll lose again.

Even if Trumps policies end up unpopular people will be somewhat used to him by that point and he'll get re elected.

It's the same reason Obama got his second terms. A lot of people lost faith in him but they were more willing to keep up the status quo with him than trying to throw a new guy into the mix.

Trump will win again for the same reason unless the democrats get a real candidate who can win the people over.
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2008 was her only chance. She should focus her energy elsewhere.
Posted 12/10/16
We need younger choices next election. That hippy generation has been running this country into the ground for long enough.
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