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« Reply #50 on: May 03, 2018, 11:25:49 AM »

Educate yourself.

Follow smart people.

Don't be a bitter delusional who suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

The writing is all over the wall. Read the comments from Trump haters on here.

Follow the Democrats as they speak. They have ZERO message. ZERO solutions. Just butt hurt emotions.

They WILL NOT take back Congress and you can put that in 3 inch headlines. May 3rd. 6 months out.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXXR4Fu2fB4" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXXR4Fu2fB4</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQvSdzKtNM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQvSdzKtNM</a>
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« Reply #51 on: May 03, 2018, 11:28:48 AM »

Educate yourself.

Follow smart people.

Don't be a bitter delusional who suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

The writing is all over the wall. Read the comments from Trump haters on here.

Follow the Democrats as they speak. They have ZERO message. ZERO solutions. Just butt hurt emotions.

They WILL NOT take back Congress and you can put that in 3 inch headlines. May 3rd. 6 months out.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXXR4Fu2fB4" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXXR4Fu2fB4</a>

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQvSdzKtNM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClQvSdzKtNM</a>

All they are offering is socialism and communism-lite.   Why the F would anyone ever vote RAT unless they are on welfare or a deadbeat? 
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« Reply #52 on: May 11, 2018, 05:28:41 AM »

For Dems, 'blue wave' is now a trickle
By Alice Stewart
Updated 3:34 AM EDT, Fri May 11, 2018
 

Editor's Note: (Alice Stewart is a CNN Political Commentator and former communications director for the Ted Cruz for President campaign. The views expressed in this commentary are hers.)

(CNN) The ballot on Tuesday left off the biggest winners: President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who stepped in to stand up for and against certain candidates.

Republican candidates who embraced President Trump and his "drain the swamp" message came out on top in key Senate and congressional races in West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina, setting the stage for a strong field of GOP candidates heading into the general election in November.

Learning lessons from the past, the GOP is now determined to field a strong team of candidates heading into November. If the party bolsters this resolve with a strong economy and significant presidential foreign policy advancements, the GOP will be on solid ground. The Democrats may still pick up some seats, but the anticipated Blue Wave will be more like an uphill battle.


Trump didn't hold back in tweeting his approval Wednesday morning, saying, "The Republican Party had a great night. Tremendous voter energy and excitement, and all candidates have a chance of winning in November."


In the crucial West Virginia Senate primary, Republican State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey pulled off an upset and scored a win for the party over Rep. Evan Jenkins and former inmate and coal baron Don Blankenship. Morrisey will take on incumbent Joe Manchin, one of the most centrist Democrats in the Senate, in November.

To say this roller-derby type race gave GOP leaders a little heartburn is an understatement. Morrisey and Jenkins were out early with a fierce primary fight. Blankenship got into the race late with a slew of controversial, racially insensitive comments and a fierce attack on McConnell, calling him "Cocaine Mitch," and claiming he created jobs for "China people."

West Virginia (which Trump won by 42 points in 2016) offers one of the best chances Republicans have to turn a blue state red in the 2018 midterms, and after the disastrous mistake of nominating Roy Moore, who faced allegations of sexual abuse, in conservative stronghold Alabama, Republicans felt additional pressure to stop Blankenship in order to nominate a viable primary candidate heading into November.

Trump even used the bully pulpit of his Twitter feed to discourage voters from supporting Blankenship.

In the Indiana Senate GOP primary, businessman Mike Braun beat US Reps. Luke Messer and Todd Rokita in a heated primary battle. Given that Trump won Indiana in 2016 by 20 points, all three candidates positioned themselves as the most dedicated to Trump supporters.

Messer wrote a letter nominating Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize, while Rokita played up to the base by running an ad bashing the Mueller investigation as a "witch hunt." Braun, who will face incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in the fall, beat Messer and Rokita by depicting himself as an outsider businessman like Trump.

In the Ohio GOP primary, both Rep. Jim Renacci and businessman Mike Gibbons campaigned as the ultimate outsider candidate. Trump-backed Renacci focused on his disgust with Washington status quo. Trump won Ohio in 2016 by a much smaller margin than West Virginia or Indiana, and many say Trump's endorsement of Renacci, who will run against Sen. Sherrod Brown in the general election, was a key factor in his win.

In North Carolina, GOP Rep. Robert Pittenger became the first incumbent to lose in the 2018 primary cycle. Former Rev. Mark Harris of Charlotte's First Baptist Church beat Pittenger with his "drain the swamp" message, running against the GOP-controlled Congress as much as against Pittenger. Harris now prepares for a competitive general election race against Iraq War veteran Dan McCready.

The Democrats' anticipated Blue Wave was downgraded as voters backed strong candidates who can enable the GOP to hold and potentially expand its majority in the crucial midterm elections. As a footnote, it goes without saying that in this crazy world of politics, even losers win; at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Blankenship's parole ended. He said he plans to head to a luxury resort to relax and play blackjack. The winning candidates are off to the races in November.

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« Reply #53 on: May 11, 2018, 05:52:01 AM »


Unless one is a dead beat , convict , communist , tranny , or a govt employee - why the f would anyone vote for a demo

For Dems, 'blue wave' is now a trickle
By Alice Stewart
Updated 3:34 AM EDT, Fri May 11, 2018
 

Editor's Note: (Alice Stewart is a CNN Political Commentator and former communications director for the Ted Cruz for President campaign. The views expressed in this commentary are hers.)

(CNN) The ballot on Tuesday left off the biggest winners: President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who stepped in to stand up for and against certain candidates.

Republican candidates who embraced President Trump and his "drain the swamp" message came out on top in key Senate and congressional races in West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and North Carolina, setting the stage for a strong field of GOP candidates heading into the general election in November.

Learning lessons from the past, the GOP is now determined to field a strong team of candidates heading into November. If the party bolsters this resolve with a strong economy and significant presidential foreign policy advancements, the GOP will be on solid ground. The Democrats may still pick up some seats, but the anticipated Blue Wave will be more like an uphill battle.


Trump didn't hold back in tweeting his approval Wednesday morning, saying, "The Republican Party had a great night. Tremendous voter energy and excitement, and all candidates have a chance of winning in November."


In the crucial West Virginia Senate primary, Republican State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey pulled off an upset and scored a win for the party over Rep. Evan Jenkins and former inmate and coal baron Don Blankenship. Morrisey will take on incumbent Joe Manchin, one of the most centrist Democrats in the Senate, in November.

To say this roller-derby type race gave GOP leaders a little heartburn is an understatement. Morrisey and Jenkins were out early with a fierce primary fight. Blankenship got into the race late with a slew of controversial, racially insensitive comments and a fierce attack on McConnell, calling him "Cocaine Mitch," and claiming he created jobs for "China people."

West Virginia (which Trump won by 42 points in 2016) offers one of the best chances Republicans have to turn a blue state red in the 2018 midterms, and after the disastrous mistake of nominating Roy Moore, who faced allegations of sexual abuse, in conservative stronghold Alabama, Republicans felt additional pressure to stop Blankenship in order to nominate a viable primary candidate heading into November.

Trump even used the bully pulpit of his Twitter feed to discourage voters from supporting Blankenship.

In the Indiana Senate GOP primary, businessman Mike Braun beat US Reps. Luke Messer and Todd Rokita in a heated primary battle. Given that Trump won Indiana in 2016 by 20 points, all three candidates positioned themselves as the most dedicated to Trump supporters.

Messer wrote a letter nominating Trump for a Nobel Peace Prize, while Rokita played up to the base by running an ad bashing the Mueller investigation as a "witch hunt." Braun, who will face incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly in the fall, beat Messer and Rokita by depicting himself as an outsider businessman like Trump.

In the Ohio GOP primary, both Rep. Jim Renacci and businessman Mike Gibbons campaigned as the ultimate outsider candidate. Trump-backed Renacci focused on his disgust with Washington status quo. Trump won Ohio in 2016 by a much smaller margin than West Virginia or Indiana, and many say Trump's endorsement of Renacci, who will run against Sen. Sherrod Brown in the general election, was a key factor in his win.

In North Carolina, GOP Rep. Robert Pittenger became the first incumbent to lose in the 2018 primary cycle. Former Rev. Mark Harris of Charlotte's First Baptist Church beat Pittenger with his "drain the swamp" message, running against the GOP-controlled Congress as much as against Pittenger. Harris now prepares for a competitive general election race against Iraq War veteran Dan McCready.

The Democrats' anticipated Blue Wave was downgraded as voters backed strong candidates who can enable the GOP to hold and potentially expand its majority in the crucial midterm elections. As a footnote, it goes without saying that in this crazy world of politics, even losers win; at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Blankenship's parole ended. He said he plans to head to a luxury resort to relax and play blackjack. The winning candidates are off to the races in November.

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« Reply #54 on: May 11, 2018, 07:41:10 AM »

Poly your prediction is looking a lot more plausible. 
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« Reply #55 on: May 12, 2018, 08:09:16 AM »

That's what happens when you run a campaign based on popularity and not on real issues.

Some day they will get it.

It's a new generation coming to power and they do not believe the old left-vs-right story. They do not read the mainstream newspapers or watch the mainstream media. If they want their information they will search for it on the internet and get all sides of the story. Chopped heads and all. They do not understand why they have to pay 300k for an education that only nets them 50k a year and shitty jobs. And most of all, they do not understand why us pre-millennials have been voting the same shitheads into office, the same assholes that have perpetuated and precipitated the REAL issues in this country: 1) loss of real income, 2) precarious job security, 3) advancement of fringe issues (gay/tranny rights, global warming, et cetera) 4) fair and equal of tax structures, 5) open borders, 6) education costs getting out of hand, 7) the US having too intense of an international presence (militarily speaking,) Cool globalization, 9) dollar losing all its value, et cetera.

Every time I hear a leftist or a foreigner talking about Trump, I always come back to the same observation: My grandfather grew up in Long Island, was the only bread winner in the house and made enough money to pay for a 4-bedroom house, pay for his 3 kids' education, buy cars, go on vacation, et cetera. Some one, please, explain to me what the fuck happened. It's not education (my grandpa was an electrician and I work in financial/hr services). The media certainly AREN'T talking about this.

And then people wonder how and why Trump won? REALLY? REALLY?
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« Reply #56 on: May 12, 2018, 08:59:48 AM »

That's what happens when you run a campaign based on popularity and not on real issues.

Some day they will get it.

It's a new generation coming to power and they do not believe the old left-vs-right story. They do not read the mainstream newspapers or watch the mainstream media. If they want their information they will search for it on the internet and get all sides of the story. Chopped heads and all. They do not understand why they have to pay 300k for an education that only nets them 50k a year and shitty jobs. And most of all, they do not understand why us pre-millennials have been voting the same shitheads into office, the same assholes that have perpetuated and precipitated the REAL issues in this country: 1) loss of real income, 2) precarious job security, 3) advancement of fringe issues (gay/tranny rights, global warming, et cetera) 4) fair and equal of tax structures, 5) open borders, 6) education costs getting out of hand, 7) the US having too intense of an international presence (militarily speaking,) Cool globalization, 9) dollar losing all its value, et cetera.

Every time I hear a leftist or a foreigner talking about Trump, I always come back to the same observation: My grandfather grew up in Long Island, was the only bread winner in the house and made enough money to pay for a 4-bedroom house, pay for his 3 kids' education, buy cars, go on vacation, et cetera. Some one, please, explain to me what the fuck happened. It's not education (my grandpa was an electrician and I work in financial/hr services). The media certainly AREN'T talking about this.

And then people wonder how and why Trump won? REALLY? REALLY?

part of it is wages haven't kept up with inflation. But part of it is that your grandfather probably lived in a 900 sq ft house. His cars didn't have very much technology and he was fine with that. Vacations were usually a road trip to a location not too far away, not plane tickets for 4 or 5 and Disneyworld. TV channels if they owned a TV were free. He didn't pay $100 a month for cell phone and unlimited data etc etc. In other words, todays consumers have been brainwashed by advertisements into buying a lot of things they don't need, spending money they don't have and thus having to increase their incomes by adding jobs and hours. 
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« Reply #57 on: May 12, 2018, 09:30:09 AM »

The "blue wave" is being pushed by the media... i wonder why? (brainwashing technique) keep pushing... see what happens... history repeats itself with the propaganda they push....ie: 2016 presidential election....Trump had 13 internet Russian trolls... while Hilary had the whole MSM behind her....even FOX was against Trump at a certain point.
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« Reply #58 on: May 12, 2018, 04:42:06 PM »

The "blue wave" is being pushed by the media... i wonder why? (brainwashing technique) keep pushing... see what happens... history repeats itself with the propaganda they push....ie: 2016 presidential election....Trump had 13 internet Russian trolls... while Hilary had the whole MSM behind her....even FOX was against Trump at a certain point.

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« Reply #59 on: May 18, 2018, 03:18:10 AM »

I don't the sympathy tour is going to do much good in 2018, quite the contrary...


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« Reply #60 on: Today at 03:20:03 AM »

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« Reply #61 on: Today at 03:32:51 AM »

I don't the sympathy tour is going to do much good in 2018, quite the contrary...




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