Chet Ruminski Wrote: Hillary could lock it up this weekend if she would blast the airways with saying there has been a lot of negative showboating but she really likes Trump and there are really no hard feelings. She wants Trump to be an important part of her cabinet but he just can't be President. He's a great guy that can negotiate for us and he will have foreign leaders eating out of his hand but he just can't have the final word.
Chet Ruminski Wrote: You just don't understand the swayable deplorable. All you know is "No Chet". You are missing a chance to learn. Look at all the b.s. they have already eaten.
Huh? Do you honestly believe that a die hard Trump supporter who attends Trump rallies and chants "lock her up!" over and over and over again will just change their mind with the flip of a switch?
I never miss a chance to learn, but this is an absurd argument not based in reality.
jaredsxtn Wrote:Chet Ruminski Wrote: You just don't understand the swayable deplorable. All you know is "No Chet". You are missing a chance to learn. Look at all the b.s. they have already eaten. Huh? Do you honestly believe that a die hard Trump supporter who attends Trump rallies and chants "lock her up!" over and over and over again will just change their mind with the flip of a switch?I never miss a chance to learn, but this is an absurd argument not based in reality.
Changing the goal posts. Not trying to convert the select group you described. Just the ones that make up the 10 to 15 percent responsible for the spikes responding to revelations. Just enough to make it a Clinton landslide. The lesson comes from recognizing responses. There is a significant number changing their minds. Simply add a stabilizer to hold Trumpsters when they are at a negative peak. Charisma and lies are Trump's campaign. 13 months and 15 defeated Republican contenders should be ample proof that knee jerk reactions to charisma do not work. If Hillary would have stuck to absolutely go high when he goes low she would be double digits ahead of Trump. She voiced the words but did follow through. I saw a very good Hillary ad questioning seeing Trump as President but then she lost it by going low. She has a few days to go very high, appreciate Trump's potential and Trump would not have enough time or knowledge to counter.
TJ Wrote: I encourage out of the box thinking but we have oil and water. Together they are at best some oxidized unhealthy mixture that should be avoided more often than not. New concepts and original thinking is a step in the right direction.
The absolute only asset Trump has is Charisma but not one acknowledgement of it or how to deal with it has been advanced. Jared as well as Hillary's campaign would not even consider Trump's charisma because Trump exhibits too many offensive characteristics. But characteristics that are totally congruent with the deplorable's "It's a man's world" and the execution of radical conservatism. It doesnt make any difference what he says to his supporters because they "have his back". There is no logic or reason to that kind of support.
Chet Ruminski Wrote: ... There is a significant number changing their minds.
This sentence right here is why I strongly disagree with your theory.
There is not a significant number of people changing their minds this late in the game. The two parties have been dueling it out for nearly two years this Presidential election cycle. Our country is split pretty evenly politically. People who call themselves "independent" aren't necessarily independent, but lean one way or the other. (This has been proven time and again by multiple peer reviewed studies conducted by academics who study the so called "independent" voters.)
So what we come down to is voter turnout. Republicans want nothing more than a depressed Democratic turnout. They can accomplish this in a number of ways ranging from voter intimidation and purging the voting rolls to psychological warfare that convinces registered Democrats to throw their hands up in the air and stay home on the 8th.
Hillary Clinton promising people that Trump will have a seat at the table in her administration is not going to excite her base one bit and will very likely have the exact opposite effect. There is also little to zero chance that any person who is voting for Trump will have their minds changed either.
TJ Wrote: Jared is correct. As a supporter, I would be offended and would see it as a sell out if she exchanged any words with what you have labeled the charismatic one. Does he know how to wear a suit and speak in full sentences? Sure. Throw in money, white skin and a seemingly normal daughter and his minions are sold. However, he's rude, mean, and repulsive so that charisma and 3 bucks will get you a coffee at McDonald's. Nothing more.