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Who Do You Think Should Get the Nomination?

Jeb Bush (Florida)
1 (7.7%)
Ben Carson (Maryland)
0 (0%)
Chris Christie (New Jersey)
0 (0%)
Ted Cruz (Texas)
0 (0%)
Carly Fiorina (California)
0 (0%)
Lindsey Graham (South Carolina)
0 (0%)
Mike Huckabee (Arkansas)
0 (0%)
Bobby Jindal (Louisiana)
2 (15.4%)
George Pataki (New York)
0 (0%)
Rand Paul (Kentucky)
0 (0%)
Rick Perry (Texas)
0 (0%)
Marco Rubio (Florida)
0 (0%)
Rick Santorum (Pennsylvania)
1 (7.7%)
Donald Trump (New York)
7 (53.8%)
Scott Walker (Wisconsin)
1 (7.7%)
Jim Gilmore (Virginia)
0 (0%)
John Kasich (Ohio)
0 (0%)
Bob Erhlich (Maryland)
1 (7.7%)

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #116 on: Yesterday at 08:00:02 AM »
The last two years of eight years as President are often marked by bold moves and boundary-pushing efforts. Whomever is in office is expected to avoid doing harm to the party, but they aren't risking their own chances at re-election. It's not surprising at all that certain actions have not been taken until now. At this point, he has (symbolically) nothing to lose.
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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #117 on: Yesterday at 09:21:14 PM »
Saw where Donald Trump hinted that he might put Sarah Palin in a cabinet position if he is elected president.  I was amazed.  Can't imagine what position would suit her.  Something with intelligence I would guess.
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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #118 on: Yesterday at 09:33:08 PM »
Saw where Donald Trump hinted that he might put Sarah Palin in a cabinet position if he is elected president.  I was amazed.  Can't imagine what position would suit her.  Something with intelligence I would guess.

I think she should be Russian Ambassador, that way she'll never have to leave her house.

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #119 on: Yesterday at 11:12:38 PM »
She did say something about being so close to Russia she could give Putin head. Or words to that effect. With the word salad queen it's hard to remember. What she actually says is less coherent than a random word generating android. Which she might be. That would explain a lot.
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #120 on: Yesterday at 11:15:46 PM »
She did say something about being so close to Russia she could give Putin head. Or words to that effect. With the word salad queen it's hard to remember. What she actually says is less coherent than a random word generating android. Which she might be. That would explain a lot.

You ruined my joke. That's twice you've ruined one of my jokes. One more and I will cry tears...fake tears...

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #121 on: Yesterday at 11:32:51 PM »

Boom... 500, Nam!
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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #122 on: Yesterday at 11:37:49 PM »

Boom... 500, Nam!

It only took 7 years and 16,300 comments.

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #123 on: Yesterday at 11:39:09 PM »
If it's a Donald Trump/Sarah Palin election then America truly has born a child with Down syndrome...

Now, I mean no disrespect, Trump would call all of them Chromosome losers and he could beat them in negotiating with assholes.

In all "liberal" honesty, I can't help but think handicap people represent some of the best in our human empathy/emotions.

I've met many with downs and they never have the embodied prejudice, but will always greet with a smile and a hug.

Seriously... Why has evolution picked that females and males won't mate with these "Jesus" qualities.

Asked ironically and hypothetically of course.
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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #124 on: Yesterday at 11:43:37 PM »
No, no, no. Donald Trump wants Oprah Winfrey[1] as his Vice-President. Sarah Palin probably would be Director of Homeland Security, or something.

To add: the Down Syndrome is cruel, even for me. Palin has a child with Down Syndrome.

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 1. he actually said that
Quote from: David Garrett Arnold
there are oceans of words aged in prayer,
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trees and flowers bloomed in grace upon one's eyes.

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #125 on: Yesterday at 11:46:09 PM »
If it's reality show politics America wants, then that's why they deserve!

I use the word "they" even though ... I'm.... part... Of this... Circus....... We .... Call.... American politics, unfortunately.
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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #126 on: Yesterday at 11:59:24 PM »
No, no, no. Donald Trump wants Oprah Winfrey[1] as his Vice-President. Sarah Palin probably would be Director of Homeland Security, or something.

To add: the Down Syndrome is cruel, even for me. Palin has a child with Down Syndrome.

-Nam
 1. he actually said that

Her child got govt health care, the same kind of benefits she rails against on Fox. Conservativesove govt benefitsfor themselves. Just not for other people. Hard not to hate hypocrites like her.
Extraordinary claims of the bible don't even have ordinary evidence.

Kids aren't paying attention most of the time in science classes so it seems silly to get worked up over ID being taught in schools.

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Re: Republican Presidential Nomination
« Reply #127 on: Today at 01:18:01 AM »
No, no, no. Donald Trump wants Oprah Winfrey[1] as his Vice-President. Sarah Palin probably would be Director of Homeland Security, or something.

To add: the Down Syndrome is cruel, even for me. Palin has a child with Down Syndrome.

-Nam
 1. he actually said that

Her child got govt health care, the same kind of benefits she rails against on Fox. Conservativesove govt benefitsfor themselves. Just not for other people. Hard not to hate hypocrites like her.

Hate her all anyone wants, no need to bring a disabled child into it.

-Nam
Quote from: David Garrett Arnold
there are oceans of words aged in prayer,
against geometric lines, and cloudbeaten skies;
credulous allure—slowly captivated in hearts fair—
trees and flowers bloomed in grace upon one's eyes.