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Old January 11, 2016, 09:02 PM
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Default The 2016 Presidential Race

NFL is too "soft" now - GOP frontrunner billionaire Trump.
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Old January 12, 2016, 12:25 PM
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Senator Rand Paul is threatening with a boycott of the next debate after being demoted to the 'kiddy' table.

It's a shame....one of the more saner presidential candidate is being kicked away from main stage.
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Old January 13, 2016, 05:42 PM
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America seems a very divided place,Obama must be 1 of the most divisive leaders in present memory.
I never listen to political spin anymore,didn't listen to the national address to be honest.
I rather the spin of our pm downunder.
To be honest whoever you are,you can't trust politicians.
Trump may be honest but he is a bigot as well.
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Old January 14, 2016, 11:55 AM
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Another GOP debate on tonight. The field has been trimmed a little.
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Old January 16, 2016, 12:01 PM
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Trump versus Cruz over birther issue and New York values.

Sanders creeping up easy on Clinton. The race to the nominations are getting 'delectable'.
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Old January 19, 2016, 09:37 PM
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Palin endorses the Trump campaign.
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Old January 21, 2016, 12:10 PM
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Sanders polling higher than Hilary
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Old January 22, 2016, 02:22 AM
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Senator Rand Paul is threatening with a boycott of the next debate after being demoted to the 'kiddy' table.

It's a shame....one of the more saner presidential candidate is being kicked away from main stage.
Rand Paul indeed a saner candidate compared to other GOP debates. On his website he talks about issues that needs to be worked on. But I was shocked to see his position/lie about Israel:

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I’m proud to support Israel, America’s longtime friend and ally in the Middle East. Israeli cafés and buses are bombed, towns are victimized by hundreds of rockets, and its citizens are attacked by Palestinian terrorists.
Yea, I know you cannot be a US president without licking the back of Israel, but should this have to a campaign issue?
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Old January 22, 2016, 04:06 AM
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As long as it's not Hillary.
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Old January 25, 2016, 01:30 PM
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Not a single good candidate this year who are leading.. they all suck....

sanders vs trump.... US can't win either way.
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Old January 25, 2016, 02:26 PM
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Sanders is arguably the best candidate.

Hillary: A biggest liar and hypocrite like Obama who only portrays herself as the friend of middle class and poor but actually share the bed with wall street.

Trump: Is he serious about presidency? I don't know where he gets the energy to shout all the time.

Other GOP candidates: Non interested in GOP and their neo-con ideology.
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Old January 25, 2016, 05:16 PM
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Sanders is arguably the best candidate.
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I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....
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Old January 26, 2016, 08:54 PM
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Trump decides to skip the next GOP debate this Thursday because he doesn't want to be in the same room with one of the moderators....He's saying that Megyn Kelly was not fair to him in the past and he doesn't like her.

A preview of things to come if he's to become President.
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Old January 27, 2016, 02:47 PM
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I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....
The GOP on the surface speak about small government and less spending. But the fact is, they are likely to start war, because they cannot live without war, and will end up spending more than dems.

And a fact is US govt is never going to get rid of its debt. This will keep growing forever.

If Hillary comes, top CEOs of wall street will continue taking money from people and their bankrupt organizations will then be bailed out by the govt (like Obama did in the name of keep economy going).

At least with Sanders, he has a sane mind, and he will be spending money for the welfare of people.

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Old January 27, 2016, 11:45 PM
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I don't like him ...

I like candidates who can reduce govt spending and eventually lower taxes ....
US could use universal free healthcare, $15 minimum wage, free college tuition...Bernie Sanders all the way.
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Old January 29, 2016, 07:35 AM
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Didn't watched the debate?

Debate review?
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Old January 29, 2016, 07:40 AM
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Watched bits,had 2 go tho,so missed most.Most had good moments,no one stood out tho Cruz,threatened 2 walk off the stage at 1 point,thats about it.Think the news is Trump wasn't there.
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Old January 30, 2016, 01:35 PM
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Rand Paul .... On his website he talks about issues that needs to be worked on. But I was shocked to see his position/lie about Israel:

Yea, I know you cannot be a US president without licking the back of Israel, but should this have to a campaign issue?
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Sanders is arguably the best candidate.

Hillary: A biggest liar and hypocrite like Obama who only portrays herself as the friend of middle class and poor but actually share the bed with wall street.

Trump: Is he serious about presidency? I don't know where he gets the energy to shout all the time.

Other GOP candidates: Non interested in GOP and their neo-con ideology.
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The GOP on the surface speak about small government and less spending. But the fact is, they are likely to start war, because they cannot live without war, and will end up spending more than dems.

And a fact is US govt is never going to get rid of its debt. This will keep growing forever.

If Hillary comes, top CEOs of wall street will continue taking money from people and their bankrupt organizations will then be bailed out by the govt (like Obama did in the name of keep economy going).

At least with Sanders, he has a sane mind, and he will be spending money for the welfare of people.

Go SANDERS
Bodrul bhaiya,

I absolutely agree with evrything you said above in those posts. Rand Paul is one of the biggest scumbugs. All of these "modern era" Republican candidates are shameless, lying cowards, biggots, hatemongers, slaves to the corrupt banks and corporations...Reagan, Nixon - all of them!! I hope they all burn in Hell. In their caskets, when they feel the shake, it's me dancing on their graves. Only decent recent republican leader was John McCain. All the current republican clowns that are trying to get GOP nomination - Cruz, Carson, Rand Paul and that subhuman Trump make George W. Bush or even his scum father look like far better people. The GOP is NOT the Lincoln's Republican Party no more.

Although I have been volunteering for Hillary's campaign, I DO NOT trust her. And although I am a Green Party member, I will probably cast my vote for Mr. Sanders. He is indeed super. The final goal of mine always is, to keep any, any republican out the office, by any means necessary! Even if that means that I have to vote for Ms. Clinton and not vote for Dr. Gill Stein or Mr. Sanders.

And I absolutely agree with you, Bodrul bhaiya, Bill Clinton was indeed the best U.S. president we ever had since the last World War. Also like you said, I also used to have huge respect for the Young senator Obama when he was in Illinois, but once he became the President, I lost a lot of it. Although I do understand how hard it is for him to survive amongst the vile scumbags he has to swim with a lot of the times.
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Is Ralph Nader still alive?
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Old January 30, 2016, 05:02 PM
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There is something about free money that's appealing to ppl ....

USA is full of opportunities ....

College do not need to be free nor minimum wage needs to be raised ... you make life choices and you are responsible for those choices not everyone else ..

I support programs that will help the truly needy .. disabled elderly etc etc .... y the hell a 20 year old get a free college ride ? Gtfo ...
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Old January 30, 2016, 05:06 PM
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If.minimum wage was 15 dollars I would not have gone to college and waste 8 years of my life ..instead I would get 2 jobs ... totalling a 60k a year salary .... live like a fokir and invest that money over those 8 years and be a millionaire by now ..

Education makes little sense if minimum wage subtler high
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Here I also fully agree with iDumb...U.S. is NOT a socialist country, there was never any promise for a free lunch, there is NO free lunch in life. Education cannot be free in a non-socialist governmental system. If you took loan, for whatever the reason is, education or whatever, you have to pay it back. You made a commitment and signed to pay it back. Like idumb says, people with extreme poverty, very old age and mental or physical handicap should be given state/federal support, NOT just because I WANT a free lunch, and in the process the rest of system/population have to carry the burden of the abuse. It strains the system and weakens the moral of people and create another kind of loathing. And the abusers of the system cronically remain weak and abusive. The dignity and honor were never there in the beginning and will never be born.

Particularly any fully able bodied/minded person and in many cases WITH some education should NOT be asking for free ride and begging on the subways! In most cases the sense of dignity was never there in the first place, and when the false charity seeker gets refused, you get snears...??? Do labor and then buy your own fix! Or else like idumb said, GTFO!
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Old January 30, 2016, 07:39 PM
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Is Ralph Nader still alive?
Nader is still alive and no longer with the Green Party, gone independent since 2003 I think. USed to be a Democrat in his old days.
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I don't know if anyone will agree with me, Hillary looks like a true daini, when she stares her eyes seem to pop out.

There are many policy standpoint of Hillary that I agree with. However, I cannot support her because she is a liar - a pathological liar. And above all, she is a friend of Wall Street.
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Old January 31, 2016, 08:55 AM
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This presidential campaign/process reminds me of the movie Campaign with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis.
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