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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. #76
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    If you get married at 16.. you ain't working for the military. You can't afford to be away for months at a time away from your family.

    Also, the military is a great job. What are you talking about? Great pay, medical benefits for life, and there's so many jobs you can get into after the military as well as in the military. They also pay for your college. They can even pay you to go to college so you don't have to take a small job and lose focus on studying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan1000 View Post
    If you get married at 16.. you ain't working for the military. You can't afford to be away for months at a time away from your family.

    Also, the military is a great job. What are you talking about? Great pay, medical benefits for life, and there's so many jobs you can get into after the military as well as in the military. They also pay for your college. They can even pay you to go to college so you don't have to take a small job and lose focus on studying.
    Great pay in the military, not so much. Getting paid about $3.7k-$4.5k a month ($54k at most a year) at most is not a job I want especially if I finish my education and get a masters or PhD where if I find a proper job I could get around $10k a month ($120k) a year). Point is you get a job for the pay, the money not because you can't get a proper education.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red BD View Post
    All I want to know, and all I need to know is:
    When's the GOSH-DARN
    WHO FOR NEW MOD Debate is taking place?????????????????????

    I bought this really neat red,white and blue 3 piece suit and all.....................
    Once I get a list of people who are in the running. Too bad Sirius has gone AWOL.

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    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!
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    I'll start a thread asking who's running.

  6. #81
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    Still not my #2, but trump just moved into my "I'll give him a serious consideration" list today.
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipstik View Post
    Still not my #2, but trump just moved into my "I'll give him a serious consideration" list today.
    Trump for the win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipstik View Post
    Still not my #2, but trump just moved into my "I'll give him a serious consideration" list today.
    Why? Because he finally agreed not to run if not selected as the Republican nominee?

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    Yep. I still don't think he actually has principles or believes anything he's saying. I think he probably has no respect for the Constitution, and would be as bad as Obama is when it comes to outright defying the law if it suits his own policy preferences, but at least I no longer think he's deep down a hillary clinton supporter just running to screw things up and get his name in the papers.

    I still don't like him, but at least now I consider him a real candidate.
    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.

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    Cha, I think Trump only signed it because he's confident he'll win the nomination.

    I don't think he realizes how difficult it will be to implement any of his plans. It all sounds good 'n' promising, but like Obama, respecting the Constitution limits their agenda.

    Within mins of being elected, the entire world dumps all of their problems on the president's lap and there is nothing he can do about it. Trump might be loaded with money, but he doesn't have enough to fix anything.
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    Well I do think he was originally genuinely concerned that he would be excluded by the party. He says he's now realized that that's not going to be the case. Of course he's feeling confident right now (he still won't win), but as long as he has a fair shot, he's willing to publicly renounce his implicit threat to play spoiler for Hillary. As long as he wouldn't do that, I didn't even trust him enough to listen to him fairly.

    Giving him the benefit of the doubt, it seems he really doesn't want Hillary to win, and he genuinely thinks he'd do a better job than anyone else. Let's assume he intends to follow through on his campaign promises even if he (very recently) used to say the opposite. Let's say Congress doesn't pass his agenda. Do you think he would consider that an end to it or do you think he'd do what Obama does and goes ahead with it anyway until someone (physically? Seriously... what would it take?) stops him? I think Trump would see himself as a king and the Constitution as an obsolete piece of paper.
    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.

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    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.
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    And we all think that's very cute.
    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.

  14. #89
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    You say it like it's impossible. George Washington warned about political parties. They're the reason stuff doesn't get done in a country
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    Who says stuff needs to get done? "Don't just do something, stand there!"
    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.

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