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    LOL

    Just walked into the room and heard the end of King Walking Eagle's statement, "They opposed it before they even read it." I have no idea what they opposed, but had to do a belly laugh!
    Murphy was an optimist!

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    This Country's experiment with Obama as President has a lot of sad people.
    They know now what it feels like upon waking up after a all night drinking binge.
    The painful hangover will last a while, just don't drink more of the the salty dog.

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    We have a good President. The problem is in the House of Representatives. There are more like them running in the Republican primary for president. All mad at Trump, but the harder they criticize him, the farther they fall in the polls. Their own mouths are their enemy, or maybe we have listened to them so long they have become transparent. Too bad Ron Paul isn't running. Just something about a psycho, but Trump will work okay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiraculousMutha View Post
    We have a good President. The problem is in the House of Representatives. There are more like them running in the Republican primary for president. All mad at Trump, but the harder they criticize him, the farther they fall in the polls. Their own mouths are their enemy, or maybe we have listened to them so long they have become transparent. Too bad Ron Paul isn't running. Just something about a psycho, but Trump will work okay.
    Don't you think it is odd that mutha would be all over trump? I am begining to think so.

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    Bill Clinton called Donald Trump this spring and “encouraged Trump’s efforts to play a larger role in the Republican Party,” The Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing five people familiar with the exchange. Clinton’s personal office confirmed the call occurred.
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheats/...ged-trump.html

    It is a fact Trump wants way stronger gun laws & complete ban of assault weapons.

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    Too early to tell if he will be the republican or independant, but either way he will be the next one if he doesn't drop out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiraculousMutha View Post
    Too early to tell if he will be the republican or independant, but either way he will be the next one if he doesn't drop out.
    Another Ross, promise the World & then drop out. Its odd that Clinton is egging him on you think? Draw the votes out from under a bonfied Republican candidate

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    "The Trump phenomenon perfectly represents the culmination of populism and anti-intellectualism that became dominant in the Republican Party with the rise of the Tea Party. I think many Republican leaders have had deep misgivings about the Tea Party since the beginning, but the short-term benefits were too great to resist. A Trump rout is Republican moderates’ best chance to take back the GOP." Bruce Bartlett
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