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Donald Trump versus Ted Cruz versus John Kasich

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    Take a look at this photo of a possible Trump War cabinet meeting in the Situation Room...or is it the War Room? Whatever... we can take comfort that he will surround himself with some of the "Republican Best" when it comes to decision making on conflicts around the world.

    Huffington Post: Trump at War Photo

    Doesn't it just give you goose bumps?

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    Great picture; give me the barf bucket please!!! The only one missing is Guliani and Fiorina; as well Mussolini.
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    Schmidt Wrote: Dutch -- No matter your feelings about Carly or Hillary, offensive sexist words like that are not something that we liberals use. I suggest you edit your post for political correctness.
    I'll correct that; how about "ignorant dumb fish market woman" Now good? About Hillary "top rain coat super dresser" champion; also better?
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    Now, read about the real Republican that is going to win the presidential election

    salon.com/2016/04/26/a_progressive_in_n...

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    This thread is about Trump, Cruz and Kasich. Why can't we stay on topic? Norton is Salon's Hillary Hater-in-Chief, so I guess you just can't resist.
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    When you are discussing Republican candidates it only makes sense to include the one most likely to win! Facts is facts, whether we like them or not.

    Here is another take on the so called Democrat leaders. Some here won't find it to their liking, for sure but that doesn't make its basic premise false either, in fact, it supports it.

    alternet.org/election-2016/gutless-demo...

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    Paul Rosenberg sounds like the liberal equivalent of Alex Jones. Sheesh.
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    Donald Trump's sweeping victories in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware and Rhode Island are indeed impressive. It follows a sweeping victory the week before in New York. Ted Cruz and John Kasich are indeed looking "pathetic", to use one of Trump's words.

    The Republican establishment is going to have to come to grips with the fact that Cruz cannot win in the northeast. He is unelectable in those states. Likewise, Kasich also had a poor performance there, a geographical region that he should have won. He was born in Pennsylvania. He is from there. And Trump cleaned his clock in Pennsylvania.

    So what will the "establishment" do in an open convention if Trump comes up short by just a dozen or so votes. Give the election to either of these two proven losers?

    The show must go on. Indiana is the next on the road show, and I'll be watching with considerable interest.

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    I don't know how many watched Trump's victory speech and question/answer session. I did. Glad they finally figured out the microphone problem in Trump Tower.

    Anyway, as a side note, I could not help but notice Chris Christie and his dour expression immediately behind him on his right and Christie's wife, immediately behind him on his left. She was especially conspicuous because she kept peeking out behind Trump to the cameras with that big grin on her face. She seemed to be infatuated by the whole spectacle and so conspicuous by her antics. I had to chuckle. She was almost stealing the stage from Trump. Ha!

    Some pundits will likely comment on it.

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    Schmidt Wrote:

    I don't know how many watched Trump's victory speech and question/answer session. I did. Glad they finally figured out the microphone problem in Trump Tower.

    Anyway, as a side note, I could not help but notice Chris Christie and his dour expression immediately behind him on his right and Christie's wife, immediately behind him on his left. She was especially conspicuous because she kept peeking out behind Trump to the cameras with that big grin on her face. She seemed to be infatuated by the whole spectacle and so conspicuous by her antics. I had to chuckle. She was almost stealing the stage from Trump. Ha!

    Some pundits will likely comment on it.

    Schmidt, this whole circus shows indeed the stupidity of certain American people; but yeah , they will be surprised when the Dem's take over and then they will scream, while they are now making sure of a Hillary win. Just wait till the general election when the "independents" show up to vote.
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    Schmidt Wrote:

    I don't know how many watched Trump's victory speech and question/answer session. I did. Glad they finally figured out the microphone problem in Trump Tower.

    Anyway, as a side note, I could not help but notice Chris Christie and his dour expression immediately behind him on his right and Christie's wife, immediately behind him on his left. She was especially conspicuous because she kept peeking out behind Trump to the cameras with that big grin on her face. She seemed to be infatuated by the whole spectacle and so conspicuous by her antics. I had to chuckle. She was almost stealing the stage from Trump. Ha!

    Some pundits will likely comment on it.

    Christie lit up with the VP topic, and visibly grinned when Trump turned to him during the VP discussion. Can't imagine the future state of the union if these two poor haters are elected.
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    Dutch Wrote:

    Schmidt, this whole circus shows indeed the stupidity of certain American people; but yeah , they will be surprised when the Dem's take over and then they will scream, while they are now making sure of a Hillary win. Just wait till the general election when the "independents" show up to vote.

    Dutch -- I'm not sure what you are implying with, "Just wait till the general election when the "independents" show up to vote. " Are you suggesting that the independent Bernie supporters will be voting for Trump?

    I suppose that would be a possibility. In watching Trump attack Hillary last night, he quoted Bernie again and again. He did that again this morning on Morning Joe. He said that Bernie has provided lots of material for him to go after Hillary and he's going to use it. We can expect lots of Bernie quotes to fill the airwaves during the general election. That's politics.

    Many of the passionate Bernie supporters have said they will never vote for Hillary. Their emotions are running high now with lots of bitterness and hate towards Hillary. However, once we get into the general election mode, my expectation is that they'll put their emotions aside, do some critical thinking and support Hillary, maybe not enthusiastically, but most of them will be there for her.

    If they stay home or vote for Trump, well then they are making a big mistake that they could regret if Trump wins.

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    No, Schmidt, I meant they will likely vote for Hillary, because most "independents" are likely thinking a lot more than the "non-thinking beer drinking clan". This does not mean that there, as you said, are many who don't like her or the Clinton's "third term".If she wins, sure I have no choice than to vote for "her" ( is it really an "her"?; not the way she dresses)
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    The latest: Trump gave a speech about his "foreign policies"; I was shocked all the way; if he wants such as he proclaims, then we will have more enemy's than ever. The guy is absolutely extremely dangerous. Plenty of people here said they'll move to Canada if he becomes President. Comments?
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    Dutch Wrote: The latest: Trump gave a speech about his "foreign policies"; I was shocked all the way; if he wants such as he proclaims, then we will have more enemy's than ever. The guy is absolutely extremely dangerous. Plenty of people here said they'll move to Canada if he becomes President. Comments?
    Moving to Canada might register a protest but I doubt it would offer any protection from Trumpism.