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  • Jeb Bush

    0 0%
  • Ben Carson

    3 16.67%
  • Chris Christie

    2 11.11%
  • Ted Cruz

    2 11.11%
  • Carly Fiorina

    3 16.67%
  • Mike Huckabee

    0 0%
  • John Kasich

    0 0%
  • Rand Paul

    1 5.56%
  • Marco Rubio

    1 5.56%
  • Donald Trump

    13 72.22%
  • Scott Walker

    1 5.56%
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Thread: Which Republican do you support in the 2016 election

  1. #91
    Moderator Vile Lynn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan1000 View Post
    What would it matter if he ran as a republican or democrat? He'd still be the same exact guy, with the same exact beliefs and the party that backs him up has absolutely no influence on how he would run the country if elected.

    Oh wait, it doesn't work that way. Sorry.

    And don't mind me. I know absolutely nothing about the campaign or what Donald trump stands for in anything, I'm just stating how I personally think the government should work.
    Maybe I misunderstood your quote above, but it wasn't about Trump running as a Dem or Rep...

    It was about Trump not opposing the Rep party as an Independent if he wasn't the Rep nominee, which would divide the GOP and allow the Dem party to possibly win the election.
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    Master of Musings Max Power's Avatar
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    AKA Ross Perot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red BD View Post
    I wouldn't count on Sirius coughing up the list of "30 or so" applicants to us. Besides, some who may or may not know my daring, some say dashing, campaign style will shirk from the debate. Vile Lynn and I and probably TheJess and Evan, and I am sure Capt Torque are ready to go at it tooth and nail right now!!!
    State a deadline and make the candidates opt in or out! Then toss the questions to the group. No need to be fair! When has that ever happened?
    Fact is, I Love Money, GREE will end up selecting the moderator despite what anyone says... Sorta like the Parliamentary politicos in the UK END UP SELECTING THE PM.
    Democracy? Whatacrockery in Limeyland!
    I love it when Americans think they understand British politics.

    Here, the Prime Minister is the leader of the largest party in the House Of Commons. The method by which they become leader of their parties varies by party, but suffice to say that all members of the party (not just MPs) get a vote. As an aside, the party leader still has to stand in their constituency, so it's not beyond possibility that they would be rejected by the electorate even if their party won the election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sister morphine View Post
    I love it when Americans think they understand British politics.

    Here, the Prime Minister is the leader of the largest party in the House Of Commons. The method by which they become leader of their parties varies by party, but suffice to say that all members of the party (not just MPs) get a vote. As an aside, the party leader still has to stand in their constituency, so it's not beyond possibility that they would be rejected by the electorate even if their party won the election.
    I hope they wipe their feet.
    Quote Originally Posted by murf View Post
    Dippy, may be a little harsh in this thread, but he's right...
    Still mad at Bostick.

    I'll be back when the moderation is reasonable. Enjoy the forum you created, Gree.

  5. #95
    Moderator Vile Lynn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sister morphine View Post
    I love it when Americans think they understand British politics. .
    It's even funnier when Americans think they understand American politics.

    (not saying I know anything, haha)
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