Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby mockbee » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:17 am

S&M wrote:This election is seriously putting knots in my stomach...It doesn't help much that family and friends are so violently in the Trump camp :sad: ...Reading all the hateful post coming from people I actually really love on facebook is the hardest...trying my best to keep my cocksucker closed and quiet cuz there isn't really any point in arguing...They are set...Trump could say or do anything and they would still be for him :conf: ...This election isn't about who you are for...It's about who you are against...Super sad :sad: ...Praying hard and will be glad when it's over...Hope America steps up and realizes this isn't a game or reality show...It's really draining and kinda gives me a shitty outlook on society that we are even here!!!!…I'm kinda in a funk over the daily barrage of stupidity.....ugggggggh :wavesad:



Spot on analysis. :tiphat:

Keep praying.....maybe we'll all fall ass backwards into some utopian leadership that allows all individuals to thrive and tends to the weak, after people get fed up Trump's flirtations with fascism.
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Hillary was the worst candidate possible at this point in American politics. Worst timing ever......... :no:
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby Hype » Sun Oct 02, 2016 2:38 pm

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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby farrellgirl99 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 5:10 pm

im just happy i didnt agree with trump on too much

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edit: i should add i dont know why the donald and i agree on science issues when he denies climate change :lol:
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby kv » Mon Oct 03, 2016 5:46 pm

I shut my page too fast to save my results...trump was my number one :jasper: def not voting for him
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby Hype » Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:40 pm

farrellgirl99 wrote:im just happy i didnt agree with trump on too much

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edit: i should add i dont know why the donald and i agree on science issues when he denies climate change :lol:


I had a discussion about this with some folks: I think the percentages on this site change drastically depending on how specific your answers are, whether you answer more than the default questions (and whether you answer ALL the expanded questions), on how heavily you weight particular issues, and on whether the candidates have themselves actually answered the questions you answered. It's entirely possible that I could retake the test with the same answers, but just answer more questions and find out I only agree with Hillary Clinton 50% of the time. :confused:

Btw, just to be clear: the Donald doesn't have totally insane views about most science (except apparently global warming), but Jill Stein DOES have completely wacko views about medicine, GMOs, etc., that are frightening. It's sad, because I agree with her about so much, but her health/medical views could kill more people than Trump's immigration policy.
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby farrellgirl99 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:48 pm

You're definitely right, Hype. I was weighing the social issues and domestic policy issues of higher importance than other questions, and I was answering the expanded questions on those sections. I was also putting more weight on equality and women's issues, which probably tilted me towards Stein and Clinton.
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby chaos » Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:59 pm

I think there is a possibility Trump does not attend the debate tomorrow (10/9). After the first debate Giuliani said that Trump didn't "need" to do any more debates.

Oh as the campaign world turns. :lol:
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby Juana » Sat Oct 08, 2016 7:30 pm

http://www.wsj.com/articles/gop-scrambl ... 1475969203

Wonder if this will come up in the debate
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby creep » Wed Oct 19, 2016 7:38 pm

i thought hillary had her best debate tonight

trump did ok too (on a trump scale)

the moderator kept this debate under control. almost like a real debate.
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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby perkana » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:15 pm


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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby crater » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:53 pm

I'm annoyed that I agree with Trump on some things. Jill Stein is a kook too.

Actually, I really don't like any of these people. Who the hell is Darrell Castle? :noclue:

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Re: Presidential debates: Sept 26, Oct 9, Oct 19

Postby Bandit72 » Thu Oct 20, 2016 6:18 am

Did I hear it correct on the radio this morning? Whatever the election result, Trump will class it as a conspiracy theory? Even if he wins?

Oh, and he's OBSESSED with building this wall.

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