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Would you vote for Donald trump for President?

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Donald trump for president?

Poll ended Thu Apr 21, 2016 05:26  »  Voted by 205 members  »  Single-choice
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#81 by jjohnson777 » Fri Mar 11, 2016 06:28

I for Trump for 1 reason only he not politician and has nothing toga in from it. He have to give up control of companies if he wins so unlike most he probably be better off if did not win. Think all money he giving up for 4-8 years. He can not start new business, no more tv shows, no more books. By time out be gone mentally looks what office does to young people. He look like he 100 after 4 years.
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#82 by glendavid » Fri Mar 11, 2016 06:39

i would too
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#83 by sweetpie3000 » Fri Mar 11, 2016 22:22

Donald Trump event is cancel due protest!!
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#84 by sweetpie3000 » Fri Mar 11, 2016 22:27

People do not want to vote for Donald Trump because he is racist against hispanic, muslim, and illegal immigrant. Donald trump try bring back in 1950.

I am suprise Donald trump didn't say bad things about gays and lesbian. The rest of the world are watching. if American race can work?
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#85 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 05:23

edit.
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#86 by sweetpie3000 » Sat Mar 12, 2016 07:23

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#87 by sweetpie3000 » Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:15

Ben Carson endorsed Donald trump.
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#88 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 16:04

Let's take a look around and see who has pride
in themselves that has several task and offers



Under achievers never succeed



Trump: An acheiver. Regardless how many times he failed, he never gave up



For a Role Model in Success


A non politician man on the street that worked hard and worth $10 billion dollars


Or


A Penny Banger that never achieves wanting FREE Handouts from the Gov't and off the backs of the working class.
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#89 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 16:08

Special message for you non paying MODS.


Next time you take a notion and send me a warning.



Don't be a coward and not enclose your name who sent it.


I Don't Like Cowards
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#90 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 19:31

On The Vote


67 voted to keep America on the same track to go off the cliff, stay on welfare, low fare, no fare,
more lost jobs to put more on welfare, keep the border open to flood USA for more on the welfare
hand outs from others that has never contributed to the income pool.

51 voted yes to vote for Trump to save America, create jobs, end NAFTA, stop the TPP. Restore
America to be great again, so everyone has the opportunity to live the dream.


Got news for you. You guys have had Obama for 7 years, how's that working out for you?

Keep voting the same party, keep getting the same results.

SMH
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#91 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 19:36

Protesters defending their right for Welfare checks while the Trump supporter says, he don't want the life of living on welfare. He wants a Job, he wants to buy his own home. He wants to be his on man. He don't want to be a slave to the welfare system.


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#92 by valerie » Sat Mar 12, 2016 22:03

ProAdCo wrote:
Special message for you non paying MODS.


Next time you take a notion and send me a warning.



Don't be a coward and not enclose your name who sent it.


I Don't Like Cowards

You can easily see the name by clicking on the warning in your forum stats, can't you?
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#93 by valerie » Sat Mar 12, 2016 22:11

The protestors in Chicago would have been fine, altho stupid, it would have been
fine if they would have simply stayed on the other side of the fence.

The problem isn't Trump. The problem is people with misplaced emotions and
furthermore, not owning up to their own faults.

That is why we have free speech and voting. If you don't like something, you
don't for it. If you can't control yourself, you should stay home. If you are
going to beat the crap out of someone, don't blame it on someone else.....
you're the one that did it.

Take responsibility for your own actions.
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#94 by proadco » Sat Mar 12, 2016 22:58

edit.
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#95 by curious2 » Sat Mar 12, 2016 23:53

@ ProAdCo, what has the number of tasks or offers anyone has done have to do with this topic.Or for that matter what business is it of yours?
I can't stand bullies and I sure as h*ll aren't scared of you and your big mouth. :evil:
It wasn't me that reported you, I would rather just beat the crap out of you.
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#96 by proadco » Sun Mar 13, 2016 00:19

curious2 wrote: @ ProAdCo, what has the number of tasks or offers anyone has done have to do with this topic.Or for that matter what business is it of yours?
I can't stand bullies and I sure as h*ll aren't scared of you and your big mouth. :evil:
It wasn't me that reported you, I would rather just beat the crap out of you.


I see you don't get out of your nest very often. Your only 4th post in the forum since 24 Feb. 2011

Glad I motivated you to flap your wings and get a little exercise.

If you're not keeping up with the soap opera, can't help for what you don't know.

Don't know about the bully part, but you are right. I am a loud mouth and even a Smart A$$ 2 Boot.

Why, I even can talk the talk and walk the walk too and not even whine and complain.

As for your comment what you rather do. It's good to have dreams. Wish you luck.

Don't be a stranger.

Hurry back now, ya hear! :D
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#97 by valerie » Sun Mar 13, 2016 05:55

ProAdCo wrote: No Val,


The keyboard coward didn't close who they were.




It wasn't Jim, I speak with Jim all the time.

It just stated admin who was sent from and with explanation it could of been sent by anyone.

I get threats, I don't run. I CHARGE FORWARD.


Sheesh. Penny Bangers.

Don't get in my business unless you want me breathing down your neck.

I didn't realize members could not see the 'warning' link listed in their forum stats.
It's located directly under 'Posts' and above 'Member Since'. The warning is clickable
and it moderators/admin can send the user a warning in addition it list who sent the
warning and what the warning is. I never thought about it before but I guess it does
make sense it doesn't display to all.

I will tell you this, it wasn't a moderator that sent you the warning. It was an
administrator.
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#98 by Micshad » Sun Mar 13, 2016 07:46

Wrong ProAdCo. I don't watch Megyn Kelly. I did my own research on all the candidates. I have amassed more than 20 pages on his lawsuits by him or to him, his racism comments, his business failures (even though he claims they did not fail), and everything else i stated about him in my first post. All this was done over a period of a few months, not a day. I wish more people would do background checks on ALL the candidates running for the highest office in the land. Maybe sense would come back to this country.

Now that the protests are getting worse, I would add that to his claim to fame. He has been agitating the people through his negative comments like "punch him in the face," etc. One person did follow up on that the other day and now that man has been arrested for assault.

The protests are getting louder, yet he doesn't take any blame for it. He blames Bernie Sander "the Communist." It's not Bernie Sanders. It's his own racist remarks. Yesterday, a man jumped the barricade and almost got to him. Donald called him "a big, heavy brute and probably ISIS-related" and was very upset when he was arrested by then bailed out and again, started a rant because the guy is not in jail. I' saw the guy in the news and he certainly isn't a "big, heavy brute" and I doubt he's "ISIS-related."

I'm hoping people will wake up soon because if Trump is the nominee, Hillary will win. No ifs, ands, or buts.
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#99 by Micshad » Sun Mar 13, 2016 07:48

P.S. ProAdCo:
I have eyesight problems (cataracts) and couldn't figure out why the reply screen didn't come up. I hit 'Report' instead of 'Reply' by accident, so I apologize for that.
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#100 by Micshad » Sun Mar 13, 2016 07:57

ProAdCo wrote:
NewWorldOrder wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
davidbugs wrote: Donald Trump supporter having a great day today.

The #TrumpTrain is a force to be reckon with.

Donald Trump is a good guy, a lovable family man and shrewd business man . All politicians have skeleton in their cupboards. being good is not enough. in my humble opinion, we need a president who can liaise withSenate and accommodate their aspirations. otherwise lots of bills go unpassed and more government shutdowns . the upcoming US president should be able to catalyze the current global situations :DThought of the Day Hillary Clinton Black campaigns never work throughout the history .

You have it wrong on the Senate. The Senate is the problem. They work for Wall Street, lobbyists and special
interest groups.

The Senate needs to be Abolished and give the power back to the states.

You can thank Dirty Harry for the problems in the Senate blocking all Republican votes for 7 years unless they had an amendment attached to a bill Obama wanted. You can also blame Dirty Harry for the rule change forcing a 60-vote majority to pass any bill into law instead of the majority vote, period. I'm so glad he is retiring this year. He has done a lot of damage to Congress, but had the nerve to blame everything on the Republican party. if you follow votes, you would see how partisan they all are. Dems were afraid to vote bipartisan due to Dirty Harry "threats" because of the way he was the goal keeper for Obama.
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