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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlebass View Post
    I have defended trump on many things here. I just don't pander to everything his does as holy like you.
    Not pandering. I am acknowledging that he has done a fantastic job as President. I find little that he has done that I would disagree with- so why would I not be happy? Why would that be pandering?

    He definitely made some hiring errors early on. Other than that, I am pretty much ecstatic with his actions so far- including beating the tar out of the dishonest media and making the snakes come out of their holes. Love it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dpodoll68 View Post
    Find me a poster who is a Democrat and is pretending not to be one. I'll happily call them out. Good luck finding one.

    Meanwhile, there are many posters here who are Republicans and pretend not to be. I've often seen the same thing in real life. If being a Republican is so great, why are so many ashamed of it and trying (poorly) to hide it?
    It is kind of amusing. The only one of the fellas who admits to voting for Trump is Humble Beggar. (The only thing he isn't slippery about.) The rest claim to have not known much about him and didn't vote for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiche View Post
    It is kind of amusing. The only one of the fellas who admits to voting for Trump is Humble Beggar. (The only thing he isn't slippery about.) The rest claim to have not known much about him and didn't vote for him.
    It's just funny that all these non-republicans that didn't vote for Trump....are just huge Trump fans that happen to defend EVERY republican action now regardless of whether Trump has a hand in it or not. Oh....and of course.....every move the democrats make is wrong, bad, and criminal.

    But don't worry.....they aren't republicans. Just big Trump fans with lots of integrity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiche View Post
    The rest claim to have not known much about him.
    Yes, that was a common refrain. "Trump? Don't know much about him. Probably voting for that Hillary fellow."

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpodoll68 View Post
    Find me a poster who is a Democrat and is pretending not to be one. I'll happily call them out. Good luck finding one.

    Meanwhile, there are many posters here who are Republicans and pretend not to be. I've often seen the same thing in real life. If being a Republican is so great, why are so many ashamed of it and trying (poorly) to hide it?
    howie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stocker08 View Post
    It's just funny that all these non-republicans that didn't vote for Trump....are just huge Trump fans that happen to defend EVERY republican action now regardless of whether Trump has a hand in it or not. Oh....and of course.....every move the democrats make is wrong, bad, and criminal.

    But don't worry.....they aren't republicans. Just big Trump fans with lots of integrity.
    Democrats are inherently evil and hate America. They really leave the fellas no choice but to bow to Don and viscerally defend his every move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpodoll68 View Post
    Of course you don't see it, because you don't care. Further, virtually all of those disenfranchised aren't on your side, so you'd think it's great if you weren't blissfully unaware.
    You said not allowed, as in there is something legal or otherwise that is prohibiting them from registering and going to the polls.

    Nice broad brush, too. "Virtually all". Good stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogee Oglethorpe View Post
    You said not allowed, as in there is something legal or otherwise that is prohibiting them from registering and going to the polls.

    Nice broad brush, too. "Virtually all". Good stuff
    A clumsy sleight of hand that anyone could catch a mile away. If a government vehicle doesnít come to my house, drive me to the polls, and register me so I can vote, Iím basically not allowed to vote.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Section2 View Post
    Yes, that was a common refrain. "Trump? Don't know much about him. Probably voting for that Hillary fellow."
    The first part of your quote was accurate, deuce.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bga1 View Post
    Not pandering. I am acknowledging that he has done a fantastic job as President. I find little that he has done that I would disagree with- so why would I not be happy? Why would that be pandering?

    He definitely made some hiring errors early on. Other than that, I am pretty much ecstatic with his actions so far- including beating the tar out of the dishonest media and making the snakes come out of their holes. Love it.
    No matter what trump does you pop your micro boner. Quit faking it and just own it.
    Who hates iowa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stocker08 View Post
    It's just funny that all these non-republicans that didn't vote for Trump....are just huge Trump fans that happen to defend EVERY republican action now regardless of whether Trump has a hand in it or not. Oh....and of course.....every move the democrats make is wrong, bad, and criminal.

    But don't worry.....they aren't republicans. Just big Trump fans with lots of integrity.
    Is is really that hard to believe that most people aren’t registered to a party? I’ve never voted. I’m relatively young for this board, but never really been swayed by a candidate. I am a Trump fan, mainly because I along with most of my family work in manufacturing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiche View Post
    The first part of your quote was accurate, deuce.


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    I remember tons of posts in late 2016 from people who were unfamiliar with Trump. Totally legit point by you, well done.


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    I donít get all this confusion and incredulity about the Trump support from the Lefties on this forum. I would characterize most of the Trump support here as diverse but not representative of the distribution found among Trump voters.

    S2 is a libertarian. CRG is anti-establishment. Bga is a reformed establishment Republican. Iím a traditional establishment conservative Republican. We all have a lot more in common politically with each other than with left wing, socialist loving, losers.

    No, I didnít vote for Trump. I made a principled vote by writing in an establishment candidate in the general election. But I live in Illinois. My vote didnít matter. If I lived in a state where it was competitive, I wouldíve voted for Trump. Not b/c I liked or believed him, but as a vote against Hillary, who is a scheming, corrupt, power hungry pos, and a Democrat.

    I would guess that most Trump voters are made up of traditional Republicans and alienated party and independent voters. I would also suggest that the open SCOTUS spot motivated traditional Republicans and put Trump over the top. Thanks to Mitch!

    In addition to Howie, Iíd say cncmin is a lefty Dem that wonít admit his allegiance. They think they are pragmatists, but theyíre not. Iím a pragmatist that has come to believe that Trump is a necessary evil that has exposed the bias of the media, the partisanship and hackiery of the Dem Party, and rallied the disengaged to the conservative cause. It ainít pretty to look at, but itís been more effective than traditional administrations.

    Barring something unforeseen, I will vote for him in 2020 in hopes that he can force the Republicans to come to agreement on healthcare solutions, continue our economic growth, force Dems to help solve the immigration issues, get another SC Justice, and defend the USís foreign interests without stepping into endless quagmires and nation building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry View Post
    Is is really that hard to believe that most people aren’t registered to a party? I’ve never voted. I’m relatively young for this board, but never really been swayed by a candidate. I am a Trump fan, mainly because I along with most of my family work in manufacturing.
    When posting history points to the opposite? You don't have to be registered to the party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerGopherFan View Post
    I don’t get all this confusion and incredulity about the Trump support from the Lefties on this forum. I would characterize most of the Trump support here as diverse but not representative of the distribution found among Trump voters.

    S2 is a libertarian. CRG is anti-establishment. Bga is a reformed establishment Republican. I’m a traditional establishment conservative Republican. We all have a lot more in common politically with each other than with left wing, socialist loving, losers.

    No, I didn’t vote for Trump. I made a principled vote by writing in an establishment candidate in the general election. But I live in Illinois. My vote didn’t matter. If I lived in a state where it was competitive, I would’ve voted for Trump. Not b/c I liked or believed him, but as a vote against Hillary, who is a scheming, corrupt, power hungry pos, and a Democrat.

    I would guess that most Trump voters are made up of traditional Republicans and alienated party and independent voters. I would also suggest that the open SCOTUS spot motivated traditional Republicans and put Trump over the top. Thanks to Mitch!

    In addition to Howie, I’d say cncmin is a lefty Dem that won’t admit his allegiance. They think they are pragmatists, but they’re not. I’m a pragmatist that has come to believe that Trump is a necessary evil that has exposed the bias of the media, the partisanship and hackiery of the Dem Party, and rallied the disengaged to the conservative cause. It ain’t pretty to look at, but it’s been more effective than traditional administrations.

    Barring something unforeseen, I will vote for him in 2020 in hopes that he can force the Republicans to come to agreement on healthcare solutions, continue our economic growth, force Dems to help solve the immigration issues, get another SC Justice, and defend the US’s foreign interests without stepping into endless quagmires and nation building.
    I just dont understand how anyone can be okay with the establishment, from either party

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