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- Trump said he had joined the Reform Party because Republicans are just too crazy.

- he said: I hate the concept of guns"

- I identify more as a Democrat"

- told Wolf Blitzer " Hillary Clinton was the most qualified to make a nuclear deal with Iran"

- said he was impressed with Nancy Pelosi and supported the impeachment of George W Bush

Yep look them up for yourselves boys, girls and dummy - all Trump quotes.

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- Trump said he had joined the Reform Party because Republicans are just too crazy.

- he said: I hate the concept of guns"

- I identify more as a Democrat"

- told Wolf Blitzer " Hillary Clinton was the most qualified to make a nuclear deal with Iran"

- said he was impressed with Nancy Pelosi and supported the impeachment of George W Bush

Yep look them up for yourselves boys, girls and dummy - all Trump quotes.

So the voters have a choice; vote for a brilliant and successful businessman, someone who's capable of changing his mind when conditions or facts change, or voting for: #1, a socialist who will raise your taxes to 90% and take over your life, or #2, a corrupt serial liar who agrees with everything Obama has done. Duh.

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- Trump said he had joined the Reform Party because Republicans are just too crazy.

- he said: I hate the concept of guns"

- I identify more as a Democrat"

- told Wolf Blitzer " Hillary Clinton was the most qualified to make a nuclear deal with Iran"

- said he was impressed with Nancy Pelosi and supported the impeachment of George W Bush

Yep look them up for yourselves boys, girls and dummy - all Trump quotes.

He called Cruz a liar and a Canadian ineligible to be president. He also called Rubio a loser and a p#ssy

He maybe on to something.

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So the voters have a choice; vote for a brilliant and successful businessman, someone who's capable of changing his mind when conditions or facts change, or voting for: #1, a socialist who will raise your taxes to 90% and take over your life, or #2, a corrupt serial liar who agrees with everything Obama has done. Duh.

Corrupt serial liar? tRump or Cruz? At least that's what they say about each other.

"Capable of changing his mind when conditions or facts change". That's a pandering flip-flopping liar. Also a republican tag line. Go swig some more Kool-aid.

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He called Cruz a liar and a Canadian ineligible to be president. He also called Rubio a loser and a p#ssy

He maybe on to something.

After 7+ years of a muslim loving, jobs killing socialist in office, there's going to be a republican elected, that's a certainty. Right now it looks like it's Trump's to lose.

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So the voters have a choice; vote for a brilliant and successful businessman, someone who's capable of changing his mind when conditions or facts change, or voting for: #1, a socialist who will raise your taxes to 90% and take over your life, or #2, a corrupt serial liar who agrees with everything Obama has done. Duh.

The Donald was brilliant in last evening's Republican clown show. He should stay in the race until the convention. Fer shere.

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After 7+ years of a muslim loving, jobs killing socialist in office, there's going to be a republican elected, that's a certainty. Right now it looks like it's Trump's to lose.

You're a serial liar and a puzzy and i don't want your support

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After 7+ years of a muslim loving, jobs killing socialist in office, there's going to be a republican elected, that's a certainty. Right now it looks like it's Trump's to lose.

In what alternate-reality universe is adding 10 million jobs "job killing?"

Why, a universe in which Donald Trump becomes president. Yup, he'll follow President Giuliani.

Oh, and I thought Christians were supposed to love everyone. Wouldn't that include Muslims?

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The Donald was brilliant in last evening's Republican clown show. He should stay in the race until the convention. Fer shere.

I liked the part where the two crazy republican senators screamed at one another in bad Spanish... About immigration. Priceless
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In what alternate-reality universe is adding 10 million jobs "job killing?"

Why, a universe in which Donald Trump becomes president. Yup, he'll follow President Giuliani.

Oh, and I thought Christians were supposed to love everyone. Wouldn't that include Muslims?

Yeah... About that...how many have been LOST?? How many More people are working now than before. You see, what you either Wont admit, or are ignorant of, is the "Jobless" figures are calculated by how many people are receiving Unemployment....which is why they rushed to extend it..it drives the numbers up. The PROBLEM (and the 800lb Gorilla nobody wants to admit to) is that once someone;s Unemployment runs out....they are no longer counted on the "Jobless' Stats.

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Yeah... About that...how many have been LOST?? How many More people are working now than before. You see, what you either Wont admit, or are ignorant of, is the "Jobless" figures are calculated by how many people are receiving Unemployment....which is why they rushed to extend it..it drives the numbers up. The PROBLEM (and the 800lb Gorilla nobody wants to admit to) is that once someone;s Unemployment runs out....they are no longer counted on the "Jobless' Stats.

But then, if you want to say anything intelligent, the question is WHY are jobs being lost, why are wages declining, etc. There isn't a shred of evidence that the ACA caused any of it. The global economy is a huge factor. Then or course, there are all the measures that President Obama tried to get passed but the Republicans refused even to consider them - because doing political damage to the president was more important than making the country better. So if you really want to consider this intelligently, let's discuss why these things are happening - not with talking points but with facts and real analysis.

But of course, you won't do that because you're not the least bit interested in considering these things intelligently.

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But then, if you want to say anything intelligent, the question is WHY are jobs being lost, why are wages declining, etc. There isn't a shred of evidence that the ACA caused any of it. The global economy is a huge factor. Then or course, there are all the measures that President Obama tried to get passed but the Republicans refused even to consider them - because doing political damage to the president was more important than making the country better. So if you really want to consider this intelligently, let's discuss why these things are happening - not with talking points but with facts and real analysis.

But of course, you won't do that because you're not the least bit interested in considering these things intelligently.

Say hello to Dorothy for me.

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But then, if you want to say anything intelligent, the question is WHY are jobs being lost, why are wages declining, etc. There isn't a shred of evidence that the ACA caused any of it. The global economy is a huge factor. Then or course, there are all the measures that President Obama tried to get passed but the Republicans refused even to consider them - because doing political damage to the president was more important than making the country better. So if you really want to consider this intelligently, let's discuss why these things are happening - not with talking points but with facts and real analysis.

But of course, you won't do that because you're not the least bit interested in considering these things intelligently.

Wow...... interesting I said NOTHING About ACA, Obama, or anything else..I Just pointed out that the Statistics are deceiving in nature due to how they are calculated. Then again, It's NOT The Job of the Government to produce Jobs...it IS the Job of Private INDUSTRY to Produce Jobs. But nevermind, Obviously you see ANY Issues as an attack against the Almighty Obama. And anyone who isnt bowing and scraping as a Republican. You guys are just as bad as Trumpeters.....ANYONE who isnt fully committed to your guy is an Enemy. People Like You (and them) are the reason this nation is in the shape it is.

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Wow...... interesting I said NOTHING About ACA, Obama, or anything else..I Just pointed out that the Statistics are deceiving in nature due to how they are calculated. Then again, It's NOT The Job of the Government to produce Jobs...it IS the Job of Private INDUSTRY to Produce Jobs. But nevermind, Obviously you see ANY Issues as an attack against the Almighty Obama. And anyone who isnt bowing and scraping as a Republican. You guys are just as bad as Trumpeters.....ANYONE who isnt fully committed to your guy is an Enemy. People Like You (and them) are the reason this nation is in the shape it is.

Your comment was in response to a post about the ACA. That's why it drew the response. But now, since you mentioned it . . .

You seem to think government has no role in job creation. What planet are you living on; or what century do you think you're living in?

Perhaps you haven't noticed: private industry isn't interested in creating jobs. Private companies will automatize all their labor if they can. That's a major issue with advancing technologies. If you think the broadly shared prosperity of the immediate post-WWII era is going to be replicated by private industry alone, then you're not thinking straight. We need a combination of government and industry to create an economy that works for everyone, and like it or not, we're going to have to do some national planning to make it work on behalf of the people. That may mean a shorter work-week for everyone. OK by me, if technology allows us to do that, why should we live as indentured servants to a few business owners? We need to plan our economy, and we need to think outside the box: new solutions for new times, driven by new technologies. Until the American people start thinking like that, we're going to remain stuck in old economic models that don't make sense for a 21st-century economy.

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Surprised a mutt like you isn't a Hillary supporter

Oh, I do support Hillary. I'll support her efforts to get out of prison after serving two years for corruption, lying under oath and theft. Bubba's on his own.

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