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cruncher9123

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  1. No. Don't forget Joan Rivers vs. Costco. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FgGQNJBjDs
  2. Soccer hooligans during matches in Europe, for example. Maybe I should call your protester friends freedom fighters. Their freedom to have their opinions heard at someone else's private event. But, thanks for insinuating that I'm a racist and thus undeserving to speak in your presence.
  3. Last time I checked it was hooligans invading Trump's private events. Your "heroes for the day" are fascist brownshirts. That Madonna short video you posted is actually in support of Trump people - not the other way around.
  4. It's all that water he guzzles. Water is very good for your skin.
  5. Politically incorrect answer: They don't suffer from white middle-class guilt.
  6. Specifically, to your question: I doubt people like having their countries overrun by refugees/economic migrants regardless of the circumstances at hand. I can see a possibility of a weakening of the Union to an extent - border-wise in the future. But, I, personally, never really liked the idea of a union, anyway - why bother? Countries could just as easily have preferential trade deals, free movement, etc. without resorting to some continent-wide quasi-federal uber state.
  7. Oh, Skin, you know I love you. But, I'm falling asleep just looking at this .
  8. Ugh. Quick, put a gun to my head. I alternate: Devil, LFL, WAOM. Right, now it's LFL, But, I suspect that 10 years from now Devil will stand "the test of time."
  9. Is this the same poll that said Trump supporters are 11X more likely to expect sex on the first date versus others? Who's doing these polls?
  10. I still do the choreo when I'm alone flying my freak flag. This is my favorite move: And, this is sometimes fun, too (like off a coffee table, for instance):
  11. Jeb! : "My mom is the strongest woman I know." Trump : "She should be running."
  12. Building onto what you're saying: maybe that's not such a bad thing in the current generation, whereby Righties (my word) dominate state and local politics (as they heavily do in the US) and the Lefties set up shop at the Federal level. As much as "winning" feels good, judging by the constant ideological tests that Righties put their politicians through and constantly hold their noses when voting for so-called front-runners, one would think that they aren't that concerned by winning at the Federal level. By ideological persuasion, Righties are opposed to an omnipresent Federal Government and prefer that everyday life issues be left to local principalities. We can very well have a situation whereby Lefties introduce stuff at the Federal level and it gets tested out at the local level.
  13. Specifically, according to slate: She only won peeps who make over $200,000
  14. This is great news! If I can't get laid, then no one should!!!
  15. "Gloria Steinem and Madeleine Albright Scold Young Women Backing Bernie Sanders" http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/08/us/politics/gloria-steinem-madeleine-albright-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0
  16. He is considered the "establishment" candidate, which is why Fox News has been pushing him. He is an empty suit that does whatever he is told. He is not challenging the GOP's status quo the way Cruz/Trump, etc are. So, I mean to say that the GOP will not have to do adjust itself to Rubio the way they would have to adjust themselves to Cruz/Trump. They would not have to change any of their talking points, policies, outlooks, etc. Rubio just fits right in. Cruz/Trump would mean a major overhaul of everything. Like I said elsewhere: In the GOP, the Religious Right kicked out the neoconservatives, then the NeoCons kicked out the Religious Right, and now we see the Populists of Cruz/Trump trying to kick out the whatever is left of the NeoCons. Instead of allowing this change to occur, the GOP is going by their 2012 report (for which they paid $10 million) to go after "the Latino vote" and Rubio fits in here, too.
  17. The good thing about Rubio is that, if picked, the GOP doesn't have to change anything.
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