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Discussion in 'Politics Forum' started by lOOKnGO, Feb 25, 2017.
GA dodged a bullet with this winner.
You aren't into 1980's acid and stone washed jeans in size pig?
Wish I could read
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Yes this way President Trump can brag how he beat her twice.
Don't think Trump has to worry about Hilary. She's kinda let herself go. People don't vote for that particular look.
He should worry about Nikki Haley hopping the fence and running as a Democrat. With her looks, the fact that she worked for Trump without ever getting fired or arrested and how incredibly popular she is with both sides she would be a shoe-in. There's definitely a building undercurrent pointing at the possibility. Watch her on interviews as she hypes her latest book. She carefully disagrees with Trump on many issues while somehow not even appearing to be disloyal.
If she runs it's not out of the question that she could bamboozle Trump into endorsing her and appearing at some of her rallies to help her win the Dem primary. She's just that good.
Put down the sauce Johnny.
Both articles written by women. Go figure.....
And the Democrats will just gladly embrace her with open arms, right?
Seriously, I think they would. She was impressive as UN ambassador and everyone on both teams loved her. And at this point, don't you think the Dems are just trying to pick the person most likely to win? I do.
If she can win the Dem primary among the loony crowd that are now entered she would take almost all the Dem votes and likely about half the Republican votes. It could well be the most one-sided Presidential election ever.
I'll tell you this, if she enters the race this way I will be considering slipping over the border, taking a Mexican sounding name so I qualify and then voting many, many times for her.
Liberals openly embracing a staunchly conservative woman, who was Trumps UN ambassador of all things? I'm not saying she isn't electable but your fantasy of her simply stating she is a Democrat and then winning the Democrat nomination and then the election is puzzling... I'm scratching my head here.