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    TJ Wrote:

    Some repubs still don't want him to be pres. They've bought ads in some swing states. Interesting.

    democraticreview.com/index.php/2016/08/...

    T.J. fantastic, I like those adds; however Rubio or Cruz are as sick, because they have no clue whatsoever; Rubio also wants to expand the military etc. so the same as Trump.
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    If a cave man gets thawed out and clubs DT to death, my choice for the R's is Kasich. He has much govt. experience. During the R debates he sounded reasonable on a couple of occassions. He was asked what he'd do if one of his daughters announced that they were gay..... he said I would love her. Didn't he read the R play book ? The R answer should have been to hate her. He's a decent guy but because he left the fed. govt and worked for private industry he's not known as an insider in their party. I don't want a republ. but if we were forced to have one I think he would be decent. He worked with Bill to get a balanced budget. That's a great thing. He's been very sucessful as Gov. of Ohio. I don't expect a cave man to thaw before the Nov. election but I can always hope.
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    TJ Wrote: If a cave man gets thawed out and clubs DT to death, my choice for the R's is Kasich. He has much govt. experience. During the R debates he sounded reasonable on a couple of occassions. He was asked what he'd do if one of his daughters announced that they were gay..... he said I would love her. Didn't he read the R play book ? The R answer should have been to hate her. He's a decent guy but because he left the fed. govt and worked for private industry he's not known as an insider in their party. I don't want a republ. but if we were forced to have one I think he would be decent. He worked with Bill to get a balanced budget. That's a great thing. He's been very sucessful as Gov. of Ohio. I don't expect a cave man to thaw before the Nov. election but I can always hope.
    I don't think so. Kasich is virulently anti-Union. Iirc, he is anti-choice. A polished turd is still a turd. There is not one republican with national name recognition that would be satisfactory as president until they drop their anti-government, free-market failed theology not to mention anti-lgbtq, anti-women positions. I have grown tired of the crap spewed from the mouths of "conservatives" (read: reactionaries) for the past 36 years. Enough is enough. They need to be politically buried in the ash heap of history along with their billionaire puppet-masters.
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    Our "sweetheart" Trump screamed that if Iranian speedboats would "harass" an US navy ship again, he would blow them out of the water. Typical stupid answer. This dumb nut does not understand that the US navy ship is at fault; not the Iranians. Lets protect our waters here and not waterways close to Iran, half way around the world; leave that job to the UN. Why are we so indoctrinated that we think we run the world; the only thing what we gain from that is another 9/11. I wished people here finally would realize that all our military actions around the world will have consequences; the only thing we are doing is creating more and more enemy's on an daily basis. Trumps proposed action will only add another war to the long list we have now.
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    Lonely absolutely correct; none of these Republicans is suited for the job. However it is time that this country moves in an different direction especially related to foreign policies. The trillions spent on our wars and meddling, did not make this an better country. 9/11 remembrance is around the corner but we have not learned anything from it. We are even in an worse shape than before 9/11. Our revenge on that is and was an total disaster; but we keep sticking our heads in the sand and continue our arrogant stupid ways. Sorry we no longer run the world; the more we try, the more bloody noses we will get; we are now already on an downward slope till we arrive at our "Rome" has been empire destination.
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    TJ Wrote:

    Some repubs still don't want him to be pres. They've bought ads in some swing states. Interesting.

    democraticreview.com/index.php/2016/08/...

    T.J. when will Hillary come with similar adds? Her present adds have become "boring". She will loose unless her campaign gets some boost and spirit.
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    I agree Dutch that she has some advisers who are under performing. Hopefully other great minds will share this frustration and step up and say, You are not proceeding exactly as you should. Fine tune in a few key areas.
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    The trouble with Hillary's advisers is they were hired for an expertise that is suited for traditional candidates. She has one chance left but I still haven't heard from her !!!