It's an advocacy group.
I'm not sure that's much of a disincentive to Trump voters, Jeff.
It's been a few years since my high school civics class. Is the 'Association of Neighborhood Associations' a branch of the 'Department of Redundancy Department'?
Agreed. Lack of charisma and questionable trustworthiness is a terrible combination. That said, I still think she will win the election as the demographic trends will edge in her favor. Only my speculative guess...
Exactly Grove. If there was a decent candidate running on either side, they'd have a 15pt lead in the polls. Unfortunately, that's not happening, so the circus coninues
What Christopher Reyes said!!
I was disenfranchised when Vermin Supreme lost the primaries. Vermin would mop the floor with Hillary or Trump in this political climate. Who's handing out free ponies? Vermin. Who's enforcing dental hygiene? Vermin.
Don't choose the lesser evil. Write in Vermin Supreme for president.
I believe you're right on target there Grove, unfortunately.
I couldn't stomach reading all of Phillip's propaganda. But my take on it is that the group that he's promoting doesn't factor in mental illness in any way. And also places a lot of blame on gas station cashiers.
They also make homelessness sound pretty awesome. There's no rules and you just drink and use drugs all day with the $10/hour you earn from panhandling! Sign me up!
It really says something about Hillary that Trump actually stands a very real chance of winning this election.
Not only are demographic trends in Hillary's favor, but Trump basically shoots himself in the foot throughout the process. However, Hillary still can't run away with this thing, because so few people actually like her. It's to the point now where if she doesn't do well in the debates, there is a chance Trump could be the favorite the day before the election.
One, I think the Republican party will dance to Trump's fiddle as long as he plays.
Two, I think it highly unlikely Trump will finish his first term, if elected. Something will bring him down - either his charity scams or his Trump University scam or his Russian mafia connections, or he will slap an injured soldier.
If John Kasich is to be believed, the Trump campaign offered him the veep spot with the promise of having all the real power, as Trump isn't interested in being president so much as playing president. Which, if true, makes Pence's statement of admiration for Dick Cheney quite illuminating, as well as chilling.
If you are voting for Trump, I hope you really like Mike Pence because that's who you are really voting for.
Trump merits nothing but "nasty," Clyde. And Cohen, a liberal? Nope, just fairly rational, if superannuated. Every day, the obits claim another Trump voter. That my friend, is a very good thing.
Actually, this seems a well reasoned piece if you exclude the obvious nasty tone for Trump which the liberal author obviously cannot hide nor which allows him to be objective and the wishful thinking that Hillary's policies would be successful.
Each day brings us closer to a Trump presidency which may not be a good thing but at least Hillary will be gone.
Good luck Jason! I know your dad is proud.
That "Marxist trash heap" is the Heritage Foundation, nightcrawler. Yeah, yeah, I know, don't bring facts to an debate based on emotion.
@nick. thanks (lol) - I read each of them and would love to hear what he thinks on this issue before I comment on their babble.
Trump will win Tennessee with or without my vote.
I think the Libertarians could have ran a much better candidate than Gary Johnson, but that's another story for another day. Needless to say, Johnson will not be getting my vote.
The Clinton Slush Fund (aka The Clinton Global Initiative - who even top Democrats have asked Hillary and Bill to shut down), the email scandal, health issues and the well documented seedy past history aside, I could never in good conscience cast my vote for a woman who looked the families of the slain in Benghazi and lied to them saying an obscure Internet video caused their deaths and the U.S. Gruberment was going to rain down hard on the video maker. 'Nuff said.
Stein? Green Party? Nope.
So, that leaves me with either sitting this election out or voting for Trump. I guess I'll cast my vote for Trump because he does say he'll toss the Marx-Gruber-Obama Healthcare & Citizenry Control Act back into the Marxist trash heap from whence it came. And, that alone is enough motivation for me to go vote on November 8th.
Whatever happens after January 20th, 2017 will just happen.
Well isn't that special.
I got a million of 'em.
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