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  • Center Left
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    According to the Huffington Post, Hillary left a 911 event saying that she felt over heated. It was just reported that she has pneumonia and is resting at her daughters apartment. Hallmark moment for the orange dictator as he'll most likely point out how she's weak and he's oh so strong. Why can't we get 6 people who are young and brilliant to run for president ?
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    TJ Wrote: According to the Huffington Post, Hillary left a 911 event saying that she felt over heated. It was just reported that she has pneumonia and is resting at her daughters apartment. Hallmark moment for the orange dictator as he'll most likely point out how she's weak and he's oh so strong. Why can't we get 6 people who are young and brilliant to run for president ?

    TJ. I'm available; but my "birther" certificate I still have to falsify.

    The thing I'm worried about is that if things would get worse, the "stand in" half baked Jesuit priest will take over; then for sure Trump will win.

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    May be Ben Carson can help her; he's so fantastic in helping sick people like Trump.
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    I'm more concerned about the way the media is sensationalizing this story and having pundits weigh in on things they know nothing about while not inviting medical professionals on air to explain what pneumonia is and how it is something that is easily treatable if it is caught early.
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    jaredsxtn Wrote: I'm more concerned about the way the media is sensationalizing this story and having pundits weigh in on things they know nothing about while not inviting medical professionals on air to explain what pneumonia is and how it is something that is easily treatable if it is caught early.

    Sure this "smart" woman is "home" while Trump has an "hay day" with her smart remark about " the basket of deplorable's" he is using this now as his "slogan" and girls are wearing T-shirts with "deplorable" on it.

    As I said before she's doing a lot of things the wrong way; the continuous "fund raising" for dated "adds" don't work either.

    My guess if Bernie would have been chosen, things would have looked different. Her only luck is that Trump is even more stupid than she is.

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    Dutch Wrote: Sure this "smart" woman is "home" while Trump has an "hay day" with her smart remark about " the basket of deplorable's" he is using this now as his "slogan" and girls are wearing T-shirts with "deplorable" on it.


    As I said before she's doing a lot of things the wrong way; the continuous "fund raising" for dated "adds" don't work either.

    She has called many of Trump's supporters a "basket of deplorable's" on numerous occasions. They just decided to get upset about it recently.

    The reason she calls many of his supporters deplorable is because they are. Racists, white nationalists, and misogynist's have flocked to his corner. What's so wrong with pointing that fact out to the general public?

    Dutch Wrote: My guess if Bernie would have been chosen, things would have looked different. Her only luck is that Trump is even more stupid than she is.

    My guess is that you are living in a fantasy land. Do you honestly think that a self described socialist would be able to win over moderate voters in the general election after the Republicans spend an unlimited amount of money fanning the flames about Senator Sanders ideologies?

    I'd venture to guess that Secretary Clinton would make you feel like an elementary school class clown if you ever had a conversation with her.

    She has a J.D. from Yale Law School, published policy papers in the Harvard Educational Review in her 20's, worked as an attorney for the Children's Defense Fund, was a law school professor, was the first First Lady who ever received a postgraduate degree, was elected to the United States Senate twice, served our nation as Secretary of State, and is now the Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

    If you don't call that smart then I have no idea what is.

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    jaredsxtn Wrote:
    Dutch Wrote: Sure this "smart" woman is "home" while Trump has an "hay day" with her smart remark about " the basket of deplorable's" he is using this now as his "slogan" and girls are wearing T-shirts with "deplorable" on it.


    As I said before she's doing a lot of things the wrong way; the continuous "fund raising" for dated "adds" don't work either.

    She has called many of Trump's supporters a "basket of deplorable's" on numerous occasions. They just decided to get upset about it recently.

    The reason she calls many of his supporters deplorable is because they are. Racists, white nationalists, and misogynist's have flocked to his corner. What's so wrong with pointing that fact out to the general public?

    Dutch Wrote: My guess if Bernie would have been chosen, things would have looked different. Her only luck is that Trump is even more stupid than she is.

    My guess is that you are living in a fantasy land. Do you honestly think that a self described socialist would be able to win over moderate voters in the general election after the Republicans spend an unlimited amount of money fanning the flames about Senator Sanders ideologies?

    I'd venture to guess that Secretary Clinton would make you feel like an elementary school class clown if you ever had a conversation with her.

    She has a J.D. from Yale Law School, published policy papers in the Harvard Educational Review in her 20's, worked as an attorney for the Children's Defense Fund, was a law school professor, was the first First Lady who ever received a postgraduate degree, was elected to the United States Senate twice, served our nation as Secretary of State, and is now the Democratic nominee for President of the United States.

    If you don't call that smart then I have no idea what is.

    Jared , you are still in diapers; Her studies mean nothing; just like you you can study till you are green in the face but still don't know how the world works. I know a lot of those people; they studied but never could make the connections on how to apply their studies. You are one of them.
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    Dutch Wrote: Jared , you are still in diapers; Her studies mean nothing; just like you you can study till you are green in the face but still don't know how the world works.

    I haven't worn a diaper since my parents potty trained me.


    If you think you understand how the world works better than a former Secretary of State who logged millions of miles and conducted negotiations with every country on this globe then maybe you should run for President or ask the next one to be the Secretary of State.

    Seriously man. Get a grip. Your anger makes it impossible to have an actual conversation with you.

    Dutch Wrote:I know a lot of those people; they studied but never could make the connections on how to apply their studies. You are one of them.

    You don't know me outside of this website, so I encourage you to not make blanket statements about the type of person I am. Just because I don't agree with 100% of everything you say doesn't mean I'm some idiot who doesn't know what I'm talking about.

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    jaredsxtn Wrote:
    Dutch Wrote: Jared , you are still in diapers; Her studies mean nothing; just like you you can study till you are green in the face but still don't know how the world works.

    I haven't worn a diaper since my parents potty trained me.


    If you think you understand how the world works better than a former Secretary of State who logged millions of miles and conducted negotiations with every country on this globe then maybe you should run for President or ask the next one to be the Secretary of State.

    Seriously man. Get a grip. Your anger makes it impossible to have an actual conversation with you.

    Dutch Wrote:I know a lot of those people; they studied but never could make the connections on how to apply their studies. You are one of them.

    You don't know me outside of this website, so I encourage you to not make blanket statements about the type of person I am. Just because I don't agree with 100% of everything you say doesn't mean I'm some idiot who doesn't know what I'm talking about.

    Jared, again you don't "read". "Your line of " the Secretary of State logged millions of miles etc." does not mean that you know anything about the world; Go try to step in her shoes, She travels in luxury to an head of an country or an meeting and flies home again. I know those situations because I've done that as well many times. That does not mean that you then "know" that country as well its people and culture. She's an typical "lawyer" type who concentrates on "words" but forget to look around her and observe. Jared you should learn to "observe" and analyze people as on "motives", body language, as well the "environment" in which they live and work and were raised. Not their "certificates". Plenty of doctors have their walls full of them, but are not able to cure an common cold. Sorry with my life experience, then if I see in your writing, that you still have an lot learn.

    Once all kind of disasters hit you, then you start to learn; not in an easy protected environment.

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    Getting back to the subject; looking at the present polls, it looks like Trump is gaining daily and is ahead in quite a few "swing" States. As I said before in an couple of threads; the Clinton campaign is loosing steam, because of there is no real "energy" injected into her campaign. Obama did his best to elevate it a bit, but that will be soon forgotten. Her adds have become boring and her campaigns after her illness likely will not get much attention, unless Warren or Obama jumps in.

    Sorry to say if she does not drastically changes her tactics or dynamics, she's bound to loose if it continuous the present way. Fund raising all the time, gives only more media time to Trump who's 90% on the news. She only makes news when she "stumbles". It all started to go downhill with the Wasserman woman; she needs new adds as well a new simple message which sticks with the uneducated lower class people here; don't forget that most of those are living in the "swing" States. Her "lawyer" "words and presentation" does not work for those people, because they hate lawyers.

    Trump is smart; he uses every opportunity to get his face on the screen, and it works. He toned down his rhetoric and big mouth as well. He has become an "sweet" loving 70 year old man (ha ha), but it works.

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    Just on the news: Democrats are loosing enthusiasm, while the Republicans are gaining it. I said enough about that, but I guess for deaf ears. Also was said that the Democrats don't concentrate anymore on Latino's, because they think they will all vote for her anyway; sorry you got to keep them interested, otherwise they either don't vote or move to the other party.

    Indeed I've got the feeling Democrats are getting "boring" and don't show "spunk". If I was Hillary I would immediately get Warren, Bernie involved and on the foreground as well Obama day and night, if possible. She and the V.P. preacher she selected do not impress the general voter any more.

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Give me a call Hillary, its not too late. Going down fighting is not acceptable if the fighting is stupid. I would have given her a timeout, straight to bed with no supper and a hundred million dollar fine for any derogatory remarks about Trump's supporters, letting that little girl come up to her when leaving Chelsea's, for going to Chelsea's and for double talking about her pneumonia. Who in this world would think she wouldn't be videoed dragging her feet when they put her in the van. They play half the politicians role. They better straighten up while there is still time.
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    This whole subject of Hillary's health is nonsense. It's another manufactured story that the "for profit media" stokes to help narrow the difference in the polls. The closer the race, the more money they make on ads. I am getting inundated with requests for contributions. For a while we in Colorado didn't see so many ads. Now we're seeing them again. That's good for the media business here.

    The difference between the two candidates is night and day. I listened to Hillary's speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute yesterday. The MSNBC commenters said Hillary was "back in the groove". She was forceful and articulate. No coughing. It was a good speech, typical Hillary, but of course she cannot match the oratory skills of President Obama. That's not her strength. Her strength is in her intricate knowledge of how government works and in the detailed proposals of how she will get the job done. No one can match her in that regard...not Bernie, not Jill Stein, not Gary Johnson, and certainly not Donald Trump.

    Dutch and Chet seem to want an entertainer for president. If you want an entertainer for president vote for Trump, the carnival barker in chief who has wooed a "basket full of deplorables" to rally around him. That Hillary statement is another example of phony outrage by Republicans that has lit the main stream media on fire to help narrow the gap. Read this article by Greg Sargent in the Denver Post:

    Spare me the phony outrage over Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” remark

    My sentiments.

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    Schmidt Wrote:

    This whole subject of Hillary's health is nonsense. It's another manufactured story that the "for profit media" stokes to help narrow the difference in the polls. The closer the race, the more money they make on ads. I am getting inundated with requests for contributions. For a while we in Colorado didn't see so many ads. Now we're seeing them again. That's good for the media business here.

    The difference between the two candidates is night and day. I listened to Hillary's speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute yesterday. The MSNBC commenters said Hillary was "back in the groove". She was forceful and articulate. No coughing. It was a good speech, typical Hillary, but of course she cannot match the oratory skills of President Obama. That's not her strength. Her strength is in her intricate knowledge of how government works and in the detailed proposals of how she will get the job done. No one can match her in that regard...not Bernie, not Jill Stein, not Gary Johnson, and certainly not Donald Trump.

    Dutch and Chet seem to want an entertainer for president. If you want an entertainer for president vote for Trump, the carnival barker in chief who has wooed a "basket full of deplorables" to rally around him. That Hillary statement is another example of phony outrage by Republicans that has lit the main stream media on fire to help narrow the gap. Read this article by Greg Sargent in the Denver Post:

    Spare me the phony outrage over Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” remark

    My sentiments.

    Sorry, Schmidt, try to step in the shoes of the "uneducated" run of the mill, country living beer drinking crowd. Do you think they can follow Hillary? According to the poll's there are about 42% of those in this country. Do you really think the "deplorables" remark was smart? I don't think so if you are one of them. What amazes me on this site that a few people are totally unable to associate themselves with the thinking and lifestyle of these "deplorables", sorry they do exist and can vote.

    They love "entertainment" and don't care who wins, because "life" for them stays the same. Calling people "names" does not win you any votes. You should know better.

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    Schmidt, You are absolutely wrong about Dutch and I wanting Trump for President. You guys are so wrong. I have been calling Trump correctly for the year I have been on here. You and the deniers on the other hand have opened the doors to the hen house, invited the Fox in and pointed out the best chickens to him. From the beginning I was supporting Bernie. You guys told me all the reasons Bernie couldn't win. I pointed out that Bernie is resonating with people like Trump is. I said Bernie could beat Trump easily and I said Hillary would have trouble. You said how Bernie's platform would go nowhere. Now that Hillary has adopted the high points of Bernie's program you are silent about it. Hillary thinks you were wrong. Two times I asked you to do something and apparently both times you ignored the request. I have said repeatedly that directly attacking Trump was a mistake. I pointed out he has charisma and attacking him will only strengthen him. You guys have a 12 month record of being wrong and helping Trump get to the position he is in today, almost tied with Hillary. And now you have the audacity to try and smokescreen your mistake by saying Dutch and I want Trump to be President. Your denial could quite possibly make Trump President while I pointed out from the beginning what a contradicting liar he is starting with his making America great again and then saying he would keep wages low and not raise the minimum wage. Your type of Democratic philosophy is identified by your comment about student loans. You said you thought it was good for students to have some skin in the game. I have been for free education for all education and for everybody. That puts you far on the right just as far as it puts me on the left. I have been firmly far left progressive while you have promoted hands off incrementalising far right government. Dutch has consistently pointed out all the mistakes of the far right expansionism exceptionalism of our foreign policy and support of our foreign business interests that has led to our projected negativism on the world. Your type of support has created a candidate who after spending billions of dollars through a charity bearing her namesake now has one of the worst personal ratings ever for a Presidential candidate and is neck and neck in the presidential race with the other candidate who has one of the worst personal ratings in the history of this country. You crown this achievement by saying Dutch and I want Trump to be President. Wrong again !!!