Vote Trump. Please ?

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+7 1. Scotsman50 commented 8 years ago

I feel sorry for the American voters who only have the two clowns they have up for election to pick from considering they have a population of 324,227,000
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-1 2. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

Even though the American election process is very complex, and Presidential nominees are not directly chosen by the public, the public is still partially and indirectly responsible for someone like Trump being a nominee as the delegates and and party members responsible for electing the nominee, were at some point voted into office by the public....yeah, if he wins, as the video depicted, the US is going to look like a circus to the rest of the world (if it doesn't already) with Trump being the circus director...ugh...I hope this is not causing a flame war, as this is not my intention. :squirrel::squirrel::squirrel:
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+1 3. Scotsman50 commented 8 years ago

# Ummmmmmmm Yeh lol ok ::(|)8-):squirrel:
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+5 4. mosfet23 commented 8 years ago

It's quite simple, if you're happy with the way things are then vote Hillary if not then vote Trump. Neither remotely resembles a good choice so it boils down to are you happy with healthcare, taxes, immigration and jobs. UK wasn't happy with the status quo so they voted out. Change is never easy and twits like the one in this video are saying they'd rather have stayed in the EU and remained 'comfortable' while being overrun by refugees and ruled by unelected bodies than suffer the discomfort of becoming independent.
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

I can't remember if I've mentioned this before or if I just dreamed I had (I have some very weird dreams) I would really like trump to win the US presidency but only if could watch the outcome from another planet well out of reach of nuclear fallout. >:)

As for the UK leaving the UK or Brexit as it's now very boringly known. The problem is that the majority of those who voted to leave voted for the wrong reason and that reason was immigration! not that immigration isn't a problem in the UK it is, but the majority of those who voted out expected it to come to an end, pretty quickly, and it hasn't, and it won't. We are now in a position where the rest of the EU are pissed that we are leaving and are going to make it as uncomfortable as they can possibly can for us when we do. I personally think it was a mistake and although it won't happen if knowing what is becoming clear now and there was to be another referendum vote I believe it would go the other way.:S
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-3 6. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

I don't think things are that simple, but let's assume it is, so if you're happy with a totally uneducated person that has no experience in politics whatsoever then vote Trump, if you would rather go with someone who has years of experience in national and international affairs and skill in politics then go with don't get all angry with me, it's just an opinion, that's all...and yeah the UK should've definitely stayed in the EU, but again, just mho..:*
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+3 7. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

Is this where i can use the phrase, "the lesser of two evils"? :P
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-1 8. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#7 Yes you can, if you are sure which one it is..:P

#5 I think it was just a dream, as I cannot recall reading it on snotr, you should start writing them down, as they seem to have some significance for our future..;)
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+1 9. mosfet23 commented 8 years ago


Generally when someone recommends a candidate because of their experience, they instead have a different reason all-together for voting for them that they don't care to voice.

-Bill Clinton had experience yet he repealed Glass-Stegal to allow banks to gamble with depositor money
-George Bush had experience yet he took us to war with Iraq and created the Financial Crisis
-Obama had experience yet he implemented spying on Americans, gutted healthcare & impoverished a generation thru ZIRP

So now I can't get any return on my savings, I have no privacy, I can't get affordable healthcare, the only jobs left are part-time, homes, rent & tuition are sky high, we find ourselves in endless wars, and inflation is double-digits (, I don't think we can afford another 'experienced' politician.
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-1 10. braveheart2052 commented 8 years ago

frigg off you bloody limey !
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+2 11. ughlah commented 8 years ago

democracy is wrong cause everyone is entitled to their own opinion, instead of just listening to mine. There would be far less arguements, fighting would stop, even wars. Actually i could live with any one persons opinion.

Like the brexit the american election and a whole lot of other elections are made by people who have no clue what they are doing. Which is my second arguement why democracy sucks.

On a more serious note: i'm happy i'm not from the us. Clinton is the worst candidate in decades and Trump is a clown that could lead the world in any direction including nuclear war. Sadly if i look at the stuff both want to do after the election i would rather see some of trumps ideas implemented. sadly the rest of his ideas are far beyond crazy.
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+1 12. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

seems like we almost all agree on this subject :) weird
sux2bu? what do you think?

P.S. mosfet23 i have to correct you on the independet subject , nobody is independent in europe , they will continue their trading with europe so they still have to listen to their biggest buyer (53% i think), and of course there are the banks and multinational corporations which run our countries (1,5 trilion pounds of debt) .
i think about 10% of income goes for paying interest so... so i guess not many things will change
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+4 13. ughlah commented 8 years ago

Independence and Freedom is something we are giving up slowly. I highly doubt any of us have even the slightest idea how much corporation and governments are connected allready and how much is decided' without our knowledge.

And the worst part is i'm not even sure, it might be in my interest.
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-1 14. thefox commented 8 years ago

Donald Trump is an idiot.
Hillary Clinton is a crook.

The future is bright.
The future is Brexit. :)
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0 15. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#11 and #13 are good points that I agree with.

#12 No worries, sux will be here soon..:)
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+3 16. BloodBeast commented 8 years ago

I recommend the prophetic film ("movie" for our US cousins - it moves, see...?) Idiocracy by Mike Judge.
He got the date wrong by 500 years, but apart from that he's pretty well spot on.
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+1 17. Billm1 commented 8 years ago

14 spot on, and brexit losser please stop whining no one likes a bad looser, you sound like the SNP, keep trying and costing millions of pounds until you get people feed up with turning out to vote, the people have go off their asses and voted. check the fact

turnout 66.1% General election 2015

turnout 72.2% EU referendum not since 1997 have so many people turned out to vote (Fact) loooooooooooooooooooosers
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+4 18. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

#2 The reality is we have Trump because Obama and the social elitists have been so bad (like the boob in this video). Likewise, Hillary is so bad she barely beat out a hardcore socialist and now is barely ahead of a certified lunatic.

Real people put up with the know it all, finger wagging, tsk tsk imbeciles for only so long, then they revolt.

It's been interesting to me to see how the Left doesn't like the right winged religious folks telling them how to live their lives, but expect everyone to bend to their f-d up world view/vision. It doesn't work that way. Most people don't like being told how to live their lives, they want to be left alone.

Trump is right on a lot of things, it's just too bad it's Trump.

#6 That is laughable, "experience" is what's gotten us here. $19+ trillion in debt, high unemployment (5% is a scam number), no borders and outsourcing of too many good jobs.

Trump says let's create some jobs, Hillary says let's stop using coal and put the coal workers on government programs. Trump says let's get the economy moving, Hillary says let's print more money. See the difference? It's stark!

Overall not picking on you TS, just similar themes. :)
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0 19. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

#18 No worries, I know we have different opinions and don't agree on everything..and I know that you are not picking on me :)..makes snotr fun and interesting..I like it here! :)<3