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    #75 Jersey

    Seriously, folks, this guy is a walking psychotic. He needs help.

    The Republicans spinmeisters (Malkin, Coulter, Rove, etc.) are working overtime trying to drown this guy now - - but their grassroots primary voters are supporting him.

    This just says it all:

    Donald Trump tells people to 'stay tuned' for details on his wealth - CNN.com

    The Dems must be praying this guy wins the nomination.
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    Why do you say that? He's an attention whore (certainly not the only one in this country) and every time people like you talk about him, you give him exactly what he wants.
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    Hes helping the dems right now with his birther nonsense. The other Rep. running, (or potentially running) is paying any attention to real issues, they have to keep pace with trump
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    #75 Jersey

    Bingo. He evidently wants the Republican nomination and I want him to succeed at that.

    What's your point?

    Before she circled the drain, I was rooting for Palin to gain the nomination.

    It's Geeks and Freaks on parade - - the worst thing that could happen to the Dems is if an actual adult like Romney or Pawlenty win, then it might be a contest in the general election.
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    Man, lots of people are really trying to tear this man down. The establishment GOP knows he's not one of them, so they don't want him, and the dems know that he'll say the things that those establishment candidates won't say. I wouldn't vote for Trump, but I hope he keeps saying whatever it is that's on his mind. It's somewhat sad when a narcisitic, self absorbed, billionaire egotist is the most honest dude running. Most honest, and probably the most qualified. Oh my how far we've fallen. :bricks:
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    My point is that it is foolhardy to call him psychotic and then give him exactly what he is looking for, that being all this attention and discussion focused on him. You're being manipulated and you don't even seem to realize it.
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    Anyone who thinks that Donald Trump has the interest of most of the american folk at heart, needs to up their anti-delusional medication..

    This is about him, his brand and his empire... nothing else. It is a marketing ploy, under the guise of politics.
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    You know when I see Karl Rove, who is arguably the biggest loser establishment reject in the republican party, on TV ripping The Donald I can't help but like him (The Donald) more and more. Clearly the establishment in both parties don't want to see Trump gain any traction, or pub. They don't want him to speak, because they know the sheep they've been manipulating for the last 30-40 years are dumb enough to listen. Afterall, the sheep have been loyally listening to Coke and Pepsi, even as they each run this once great country straight into the ground. I've always maintained that the one thing Coke and Pepsi will unite over, is the rise of RC Cola.

    Just look at how they each treat Ron Paul. Look at how the media treats Ron Paul. Ever notice how Paul is not included in any of these poll questions. They just polled in NH and they asked how even the most challegned establishment GOP candidate would fair there, but no mention of Paul to those questioned. Hmmmm....
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    #54 Jersey

    Heh, I see what you're saying. If both the Repubs and Dems hate someone, then you've got to wonder, eh?

    Yeah, I always scratch my head about the Ron Paul exclusion. I know he's old, but there are a lot of people that would still vote for him.
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    #75 Jersey

    Epic fail.

    The Dems are rooting hard for this guy to gain the Republican nomination.

    In fact, a few of the more lucid right wingers in here have actually made the claim that he's a dem plant.

    This guy is Ross Perot minus an economic plan.
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    Wheres Limbaugh on Trump, i haven't heard a peep out of him, I think hes afraid to take on The Donald. The Donald just tore Rove a new one after Rove critisized him. Trump called Rove a loser, that the reason Obama is POTUS is because Rove drove Bush into the ground. That he would never take advice from Rove.


    "Karl Rove has a loser issue...[he] is the man that ran Bush into the ground," Trump said. "Bush finished so weak that we ended up getting Obama. He ran the man into the ground."

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2011/04/22/trump-takes-on-rove/
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    Epic fail are your daily talking points. The dems know Trump isn't going to get the nomination. They do know he will say the things that established, more main stream politicians with a chance won't. Do you honestly think Trump has any chance at winning the nomination? Of course you don't. If you do, then that's the only epic fail in this entire thread. If the dems liked Trumps chances for the nomination, and preferred to face him, then they would be throwing alcolades his way in order to help him. Why aren't they doing that? Why are they trying to discredit him? Because they want to destroy his credibility. They don't want people to pay attention to anything he says. Look beyond the blinders and the talking points sometime. ;) One thing the GOP and Dems will do around nomination time, is not rip the people they prefer to face. They want the candidate they view as the "lay-up" to win the nod.
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    The Donald is right again.
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    #75 Jersey

    That's some great political insight.

    If you think grassroots Republican primary voters would be MORE LIKELY to vote for a candidate because the Democratic party is praising him, then you might be interested in buying oceanfront property in Nebraska.
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    What was that term you used, epic fail? :rolleyes: The point is you wouldn't tear down the candidate you'd prefer to face, prior to his/her securing the nomination. See John McLame. You act indifferent, hold your ammo, rip the people you truly do fear, etc, etc. etc.... before you move to trash your preferred opponents chances. It's not that you would "praise" him, as much as it is you'd subtly try to increase the chances of his/her nomination as much as you possibly could. It's called politics dude. When you only echo the dail talking points of your preferred party, you tend to miss what's really going on. ;)
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    #75 Jersey

    On what planet do you live?

    You wrote: "If the dems liked Trumps chances for the nomination, and preferred to face him, then they would be throwing alcolades his way in order to help him"

    To understand the sheer ignorance of that quote, all one has to do is Google the terms "Romney", "Health Care" and "Deval Patrick Praises" and hit the search button to learn exactly how poisonous Democrat "accolades" are to a Republican trying to win in his party's primaries.

    Here's something for you to learn (it's so elementary it's embarassing that I have to actually write it out for you) If Democrats bash a Republican, that RAISES that Republican in the eyes of the GOP true believers (primary voters). You must be the last person on America who doesn't understand that.

    Whenever you're caught with your finger up your nose in an argument, you instantly reach back for your binky-mantra "daily talking points". (To paraphrase Dylan Thomas) it's the last refuge to which you cling.

    But keep 'em coming Real World, this last one is hilarious - - I must remember the words of wisdom from you - - 'Democrat accolades HELP Republicans gain votes in Republican primaries' - - classic.
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    His statement makes perfect sense to those who understand how the political process works.
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    #75 Jersey

    Another genius who thinks that Republican grassroots primary voters are swayed towards Republican candidates when they get praised by Democratic officials.

    That makes two Poli-Sci professors on the forum today.
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    Maybe someday you'll understand that which the rest of us do. Maybe, but doubtfully.

    BTW, as a note of friendly advice, please be more careful with your antagonistic attitude. Not only is it a violation of forum rules, but there are people in here who think I am the only one who behaves in such a manner. You certainly wouldn't want to aide in dispelling their carefully crafted illusions.
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    Not the serious ones....... This clown could be a nightmare for Obama..... more so then the rest of snoozers in the Repub stable.

    If gas is at $6 barrel and food prices keep skyrocketing, we'll slide RIGHT BACK into a recession. His approval ratings will be in the tank going into an election cycle and he'll be staring at a candidate that is 1) Charismatic (and he is) and 2) telling the people the BS they wanna hear, even if it is unrealistic.

    Obama knows that's the exact guy he was when he hoodwinked America with his complete BS "hope and change" crap. As much as you say the "Dems" are rooting for him........ they're not the ones that that will have to run against him. They are not rooting for him. The last thing Obama and his people want is another charismatic "smoke and mirror" snake-oil salesman to run against..... It'd be like running against himself.
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    Well if I didn't seem to ruffle Mr Dem Talking Points a little bit. :p So let me get this straight. The dems are praying that Trump wins the pub nomination, so that's why they want to ruin any chance he has of winning that nomination now. Hmmm....yeah that makes a lot of sense. :rolleyes: What was that thing about epic fail again. :rolleyes:
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    Dem talking points like Shmess think that every voter in the pub primary is an extremist. Afterall, that's how that extremist John McLame got nominated last year. Now, what was he saying about ignorance again? :rolleyes:
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    :rofl: :rofl:
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    Trump is able to say the things the media, his political opponents, and teh establishment won't. It's why all those factions are moving in unison to discredit him. He says things that make you go hmmm.... :D
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    #75 Jersey


    "so that's why they want to ruin any chance he has of winning that nomination now."


    Wrong.

    Replace the word "ruin" with "help" and you'd be on the right track.

    Dem criticizing of a Republican BEFORE and DURING the primaries helps that Republican. The worst thing to happen to any of those Republican candidates in the eyes of the grassroots and teabaggers is to get accolades from the Left.

    Once again watch the blood leave Romney's face whenever Deval Patrick makes a speech congratulating him on his forsight for the Massachusetts health care.

    That's a basic truth, you're just arguing for argument's sake. Next you'll tell us that Huckabee is working hard to get Maxine Waters' approval.
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    #75 Jersey

    The Dems criticize him to help him in the Republican primaries.

    The Republicans are criticizing him for the opposite reason.

    "It's why all those factions are moving in unison to discredit him."

    If you think the Dems and Repubs are "moving in unison" (which they are) for the same reason (which they aren't), then I can't help you there.

    The grassroots takes into consideration the source - - which they see as either a detriment or a credit, depending on the source.

    An endorsement from Maxine Waters would not be welcomed by the Huckabee campaign.

    And by the way, you have yet to answer how much Romney is gaining in the primaries from all the kind words being said about him by Democrats regarding the Massachusetts Health Care. The silence by you is deafening. :D
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    Trump is another Palin all he is doing is driving the Democrats nuts, he will never be nominated, Palin will never be nominated but it's fun watching MSNBC's meltdown, MSNBC can't stand anybody with the balls to dare criticize Hussein Obama, Jug Ears is still their Beautiful Flawless Poster Boy.

    Palin/Trump (having the time of their life driving the loons nuts) and the loons fall right into their trap.

    :bricks:
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    You do realize that John McLame won the republican nomination last year right? Seriously dude. Epic fail.

    Do you know what Trump is doing right now that the Dems hate and fear? He's making the election related discussion a referendum on Obama. That's why they're moving so quickly to try to discredit him. This isn't rocket science dude. Trump is not a career politician that you can pin past policy on. He's a lose cannon with no political history, the star power of celebrity, and the ability to be heard when pointing the finger at the CIC for all that is wrong in this country. Like him, or like it or not, agree with him or not, the WH fears him. Not because they think he's going to win the presidency, but because his ability to bluntly criticize is damaging. The more he opens his mouth and criticizes not only Obama, but Bush and establishment politics, the more of a threat to them (the establishment included) he becomes. Take Karl Rove for example. When Trump says Rove is the reason Obama got elected, don't you think that holds some weight with people? Don't you think that has some staying power within the electorate? I do, and so does he which is why he too is moving to discredit him so quickly. Like I said before. The one thing Coke and Pepsi will work together and agree on, is the supression of RC Cola. ;)
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    #75 Jersey

    Wow, that quote from you above is one for the ages. You are setting records on the unintentional comedy scale.

    Do you actually believe this is the FIRST time a general election was a referendum on the sitting President? Please tell us all the other elections involving a sitting president, where that President was NOT central the referendum.

    You actually believe it takes Trump to make Obama the central referendum in next year's election?

    Of course, in your view, if Trump wasn't running then none of the other Republican candidates would be making this election a referendum on the sitting President?

    Any more pearls of wisdom?
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    #75 Jersey

    On this planet, last year was 2010, "dude".

    I love how you wrote that quote above and followed it with "Seriously dude. Epic fail".

    Brings back good memories:

    http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/images/blpic-moran.htm
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