Election 2016! (150)

1 Name: Slick Willy : 2013-08-06 05:09 ID:B/DYBD6q This thread was merged from the former /politics/ board. You can view the archive here.

Sure it's early, but that hasn't stopped the pundits from declaring Hillary the front runner. Also if you can predict the candidates correctly and post here you can then go back to your post and say "Told ya!" Of the republicans Chris Christie probably has the best chance of beating Hillary but can he make it through the primaries? Or will the GOP choose a hard right candidate and blame Romney and McCain for being too liberal?

If you don't want to talk about 2016 then we can also discuss the 2014 midterms that are coming up.

2 Name: Citizen : 2013-08-29 10:47 ID:p9xVaEPt

I'm not voting for any candidate that supports warantless wiretapping and other NSA shenanigans. So I'm probably voting Green in 2016. Look at these tie-dye hippies. Ugh. :(

Granted my single vote means absolutely nothing, let's go ahead and talk about reality. Democrats are probably going to have Biden and Hillary battling for first place. I'd prefer Biden if only because I really like Biden, personally. Hillary is a great politician, but she's so eager to toe the party line and speak highly of the NSA and every other bad decision our country has made lately that you might as well just go ahead and vote for Big Brother. Biden's equally guilty, but let's hope it's him just for the potential comedy that will accidentally flow out of his mouth at every press conference. It's unfortunate that the party hasn't bothered to cultivate anyone else at all.

The Republicans' best chance is Christie and I wouldn't be afraid for the future of our country should he get the nomination and win. However, he won't because the Republican party is ruled by a minority of lunatics. Thankfully it can't be Ted Cruz because HE'S A FILTHY CANADIAN. Will it be Rand Paul? That's a Democratic wet dream right there, so here's hoping. Another Bush? Are we really that stupid as a nation? Probably. Who else do they have?

3 Name: Citizen : 2013-08-30 21:10 ID:6lVwvvEY

While Biden would probably be a fine president I'm afraid he doesn't have a snowball's chance in hell of winning. The polls have him even losing to Ted Cruz as I recall.

4 Name: Citizen : 2013-09-19 16:14 ID:AZK9/1vH

Hillary hasn't actually done anything. No leadership, no actual accomplishments of note, and as Benghazi shows, she's even bad at covering up her own incompetence.

She's got my vote!

5 Name: Citizen : 2013-09-28 11:00 ID:WXOQXNtz

She was a senator and secretary of state. How is that not leadership? Don't get me wrong, I don't really care for her all that much, but I still think she's qualified to hold the position. Besides all that, she was pretty much the unofficial vice president for eight years.

6 Name: Citizen : 2013-10-18 19:22 ID:bgv7PdK5

She's also a feminazi cunt so fuck her.

7 Name: Citizen : 2013-10-25 22:05 ID:ebCLldcu

you must be one of those GOP members who talks about "legitimate rape" and thinks birth control should be outlawed and abortion should be a capital crime.

8 Name: Citizen : 2013-11-07 05:28 ID:mn8fPZub

Well it looks like Chris Christie is throwing his hat in the ring. But can he get through the primary to take on Hillary? Or will the GOP go hard right and choose a tea party candidate?

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10 Name: Slick Willy : 2014-01-11 15:03 ID:TLyz9FCM

Will bridge-Gate end Christie's chances? Has Christie peaked too early? And if he isn't the nominee then who? 2016 is still a long way away.

11 Name: Citizen : 2014-02-12 09:33 ID:do82Xf5c

What's the point of voting? I bet everyone who voted for Obama feels like an idiot because they believed there would be change. Obama's one chance to step up (NSA revelations) and he came out with some bullshit about "absolute privacy".

We deserve better than this. Every politician is full of shit.

12 Name: Slick Willy : 2014-02-14 04:14 ID:AfRxri6g

And now for some NON Hillary/Christie news. The senate agrees to raise the debt ceiling despite a filibuster by Ted Cruz.
Needless to say Mitch McConnell and some of his fellow republican senators were somewhat chagrined by Cruz' actions.

13 Name: Hombre : 2014-02-24 22:46 ID:DT3lANmG

H. Cinton fired for ethics and moral issues early in career:

Should be behind bars

14 Name: Slick Willy : 2014-06-11 01:36 ID:Cr20Zgxg

Breaking NON Hillary/Christie news!
Eric Cantor Stunned By Tea Party Challenger Dave Brat In Massive Upset!


15 Name: Citizen : 2015-04-15 01:19 ID:pZmcpTlJ


16 Name: Citizen : 2015-05-04 15:11 ID:kNYwKxsM

Rand Paul is actually a good candidate.



17 Name: Citizen : 2015-05-05 16:49 ID:kNYwKxsM

But he does suck kike and Isreali cock.

18 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-05-09 00:20 ID:vHlLrbPh

Wasn't Rand Paul the one who was griped at for wanting to cut foreign aid to Israel and then had to clarify that he would cut ALL foreign aid and Israel was just one of the countries who would be getting their aid cut and that is wasn't targeting them in particular?

19 Name: Citizen : 2015-05-12 17:27 ID:GlYYxDA0

Probably, that sounds like a Rand Paul thing to do.

man, I really hate the US's lust for Israel. ~500 politicians in congress and all of them are so desperate to prove they love Israel more, not because any of them give a shit, but because their constituents think god needs the jews in that area for his magic trick where he reappears.

And its super sad when its compelling people to try and fuck over a deal with Iran. Seriously, we get Iran to destroy all but their medical centrifuge, they can finally buy shit to get their unused nuclear power plant running, we can buy oil from them, and US businesses can sell them shit; which as a very westernized middle eastern country, their young people really want our goods.

20 Name: Citizen : 2015-07-28 14:49 ID:Heaven

prediction: Bernie Sanders will win in the Democratic primary, but Hillary will be the nominee by some bullshit. Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee, and everyone will complain about how both candidates are horrible. More than 90% of voters will still choose to vote for either of those two candidates.

21 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-08-05 01:46 ID:FUQpKDNJ

And now for the first news of the 2016 election!
Fox News announces 10 candidates for Thursday’s prime-time debate

making the cut:
Real estate mogul Donald Trump
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee
Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson
Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
Ohio Gov. John Kasich

and for those not invited:
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina
Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
Former New York Gov. George Pataki
Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore

Bernie Sanders would be a fine candidate and I would gladly vote for him if he won the primary. Polls show he does better when given the choice of him or one of his republican opponents. But then I'm also fine with Hillary, as at this point I just want the Democrat who has the best odds of becoming president.

22 Name: Citizen : 2015-08-08 16:12 ID:kNYwKxsM


23 Name: Citizen : 2015-08-09 18:16 ID:qQ+jKnzZ

for the liberals Obama was a great candidate, a good old black boy with a crazily multicultural background who did all sorts of borderline commie communal collectivist shit in his community center, Hillary though would be a mistake for reasons already mentioned, they need someone more like Obama

24 Name: Citizen : 2015-08-29 23:53 ID:Heaven

Is there any candidate who doesn't? Even Bernie Sanders is a fucking Zionist.

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26 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-09-02 18:24 ID:S317LPe8


On the plus side it looks like Obama now has the votes to uphold his nuclear deal with Iran. But how will Rand Paul vote on the issue?

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28 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-09-09 03:04 ID:Nrp3FoC7

And now Obama has 41 senators on his side, enough to filibuster any attempt from the Mitch to derail the Iran deal. Looks like we won't need Rand Paul's vote after all.


29 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-09 22:48 ID:Heaven

We should just take away Israel's nukes. Iran wouldn't have any reason to build their own nukes.

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31 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-10 17:37 ID:dwuk77IR

Of course, Constitutionally speaking, Obama needs sixty-seven (67) Senators to approve the treaty he and Kerry have just negotiated with Iran.

And yes, any international agreement with the signatures of heads of state is a "treaty." Obama can call it a "deal" and say that means he doesn't require Congressional approval. If a cat gives birth to a litter of kittens in an old oven, I can call them "biscuits." It doesn't make it so.

Not that it matters if the spineless, gutless pseudo-opposition in the Senate continue just rolling over for him and doing whatever he wants. Constitution? What Constitution? That moldy piece of paper that some dead white guys signed? Get hip to the times, boys and girls. The only thing that matters in the New Century is the Fuehrerprinzip.

32 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-09-12 00:48 ID:fK4OHsHM

And Rick Perry is first republican to bail! who will be next?


(really, 'meth'? What kind of captcha is that?!?)

33 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-09-16 14:01 ID:J24jGSMU

The second debate line up is much like the first except that this time Carly Fiorina will be at the main event and Jim Gilmore didn't even get enough for the mini debate, also Rick Perry will likely not be making an appearance as his campaign was suspended.

34 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-09-22 13:12 ID:FpV/qFrY

Great Scott! Another one bites the dust! Walker also bails!

35 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-22 21:39 ID:T3lXIgAq

At this point I want trump to win just for the lulz.

36 Name: Refugee : 2015-09-23 12:51 ID:KLU/6JPZ

This is our alternative to 4chan? A dead board?

37 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-25 21:38 ID:Heaven

get better taste

38 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-26 00:12 ID:Heaven


39 Name: Citizen : 2015-09-27 08:10 ID:Heaven

probably from some shitty place where they think volume is more important than SNR.

40 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-10-21 21:23 ID:RjlrW414

Biden is out! Hillary is now unstoppable!

41 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-10-23 15:12 ID:RjlrW414

Lincoln Chafee also calls it quits!
This leaves only Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O’Malley running in the Democratic party.

42 Name: Citizen : 2015-10-27 19:25 ID:Heaven

we all know it's going to come down to hillary vs. bernie. why would anyone else bother to stay in the race?

43 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-11-19 10:32 ID:TF/mRchO

44 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-12-22 09:13 ID:EaWDRllv

45 Name: Slick Willy : 2015-12-30 07:08 ID:EaWDRllv

46 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-01-20 01:38 ID:zR98drM7

Sarah Palin backs Donald Trump in Republican primary!!

He probably got the idea to run from her appearance on 'Saturday Night Live' where she mused to Jerry Seinfield that she would choose him as her running mate. Maybe the Donald can thank Palin for her endorsement by making her his vice president pick!

47 Name: Citizen : 2016-01-27 05:31 ID:138WB5tZ

4chan's /pol/ doesn't know what they're talking about
#Bernie 2016

48 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-02 10:23 ID:QsZPJnNk

And now for the Iowa caucus results!
On the republican side, Cruz wins!

candidate % delegates
Cruz 28% 8
Trump 24% 7
Rubio 23% 7
Carson 9% 3
Paul 4% 1
Bush 3% 1
Fiorina 2% 0
Kasich 2% 0
Huckabee 2% 0
Christie 2% 0
Santorum 1% 0

And Huckabee bails out

On the Democrat side things were a lot closer with Hilary at 50% and Bernie at 49%
She got 24 delegates to his 21

and O'Malley also calls it quits.

49 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-03 21:51 ID:0zyZXQyG

50 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-04 08:17 ID:0zyZXQyG

Santorum is also out! But he gives his endorsement to Rubio.

51 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-10 16:20 ID:ZXVuOcIL

New Hampshire Primary results!

On the republican side, Trump wins!
Trump 97,276 35% 10
Kasich 43,414 16% 4
Cruz 32,164 12% 3
Bush 30,418 11% 3
Rubio 28,930 11% 2
Christie 20,501 7% 0
Fiorina 11,415 4% 0
Carson 6,297 2% 0

for the Democrats Sanders wins
Sanders 144,391 60% 15
Clinton 92,191 38% 14

53 Name: Citizen : 2016-02-10 23:44 ID:95hVfizD

saw that coming.

54 Name: Citizen : 2016-02-11 11:30 ID:vBsNlJDa

Mr.Trump is terrorists

55 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-13 04:07 ID:V/QtR1H0

56 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-21 06:10 ID:ZuUTV1Of

Donald Trump Wins South Carolina Primary!
And he gets ALL that state's delegates!!
Trump 239,851 32.5% 50
Rubio 165,881 22.5% 0
Cruz 164,790 22.3% 0
Bush 57,863 7.8% 0
Kasich 56,206 7.6% 0
Carson 53,326 7.2% 0
Bush bails out!

And in Nevada Clinton beats Sanders 52 to 47...

57 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-24 15:07 ID:DKTn0F0F

Trump Wins Nevada!
Trump 34,531 45.9% 14
Rubio 17,940 23.9% 7
Cruz 16,079 21.4% 6
Carson 3,619 4.8% 1
Kasich 2,709 3.6% 1

58 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-27 02:41 ID:KxWQGc/X

59 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-02-28 13:21 ID:H51UzsNa

in South Carolina Hillary beats the pants off of Bernie 73 to 26!

60 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-02 15:48 ID:RRsJm0PM

And now for the super tuesday results!

Trump wins Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia!
Cruz wins Alaska, Oklahoma, and Texas!
Rubio wins Minnesota.

Total delegates:
Donald Trump 298
Ted Cruz 203
Marco Rubio 100
John Kasich 23
Ben Carson 7

On the Democrat side
Clinton wins American Samoa, Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia!
Sanders wins Colorado, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Vermont!
Massachusetts was pretty much a tied with slight edge for Hillary.

61 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-05 04:49 ID:hkylga2z

And now Carson is out! He will be missed.
It's not often that you get a candidate who admits to trying to bonk his mom with a hammer.

62 Name: Citizen : 2016-03-05 17:33 ID:B4jtCcpL

I still don't understand what Carson's qualifications were aside from "a smart man."

Also, I sure am glad someone else decided they were in charge of this thread this time around.

63 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-06 01:47 ID:B4jtCcpL

Kansas Republican Caucus Results: 40 delegates in contention
✔Cruz: 48.2% - 24 delegates
Trump: 23% - 9
Rubio: 16% - 6
Kasich: 10% - 1

Source: CNN

64 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-06 05:52 ID:B4jtCcpL

Kansas Democratic Caucus Results: 33 delegates in contention
✔Sanders: 67% - 23
Clinton: 23% - 10

65 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-06 05:58 ID:B4jtCcpL

Maine Republican Caucus Results: 23 delegates
✔Cruz: 45% - 12
Trump: 32% - 9
Kasich: 12% - 2
Rubio: 6% - 0

Source: CNN

66 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-06 14:17 ID:UnG91YyA

Trump wins Kentucky and Louisiana!
Sanders also wins Nebraska
Clinton wins Louisiana and American Samoa

67 Name: Citizen : 2016-03-06 15:52 ID:Heaven

American Samoa isn't even a state! How do they get any say in this?
Unfortunately, it's looking more and more like Clump will win.

68 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-06 17:24 ID:B4jtCcpL

Delegate totals to date:
Republican: (1237 needed to win)
Trump: 389
Cruz: 302
Rubio: 126

Democrats: (2383 needed to win)
Clinton: 1138
Sanders: 483

Today: Maine Democrats, Puerto Rico Republicans
3/8: Hawaii Republicans, Idaho Republicans, Michigan, and Mississippi
3/12: DC Republicans, Guam Republicans, and Northern Mariana Islands Democrats

69 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-06 23:35 ID:UnG91YyA

He's only guaranteed to get the nomination if he gets 1237 delegates or more, If he gets any less then that they could have a brokered convention and choose Cruz, or Rubio, or even Kasich. Then there will be the chance of Trump running as an independent!

70 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-07 00:47 ID:UnG91YyA

Rubio wins Puerto Rico

It seems they didn't appreciate the Donald's comments about Mexicans, though Trump still managed to beat Cruz

71 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-07 20:46 ID:UnG91YyA

72 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-09 10:16 ID:rPv3n5ar

tuesday two!

On the republican side:
Trump wins Michigan, Mississippi, and Hawaii!
Cruz wins Idaho!

On the Democrat side:
Clinton wins Mississippi in a landslide!
Sanders squeaks out a win in Michigan.

73 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-10 09:24 ID:rPv3n5ar

74 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-11 16:42 ID:rV+zHqWd

75 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-12 07:45 ID:B4jtCcpL

On Tuesday, the most important race of the election cycle takes place: The Northern Mariana Islands Republican Caucuses. Up for grabs are nine whole delegates in a winner-take-all contest that's sure to decide once and for all who the Republican candidate will be in 2016. As the saying goes, in some alternate reality where Saipan is comprised of gold nuggets and sits atop the world's largest petroleum reserve: SO GOES THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, SO GOES THE NATION!

There are no opinion polls, which is a shame because it would be a pretty easy poll to conduct. Around 53,000 people live on the islands, almost all of them on Saipan. Last time around, Mitt Romney won 87% of the 848 votes cast (and his son actually traveled to the island to campaign on his behalf!).

Interestingly, Donald Trump of all people (or at least his writer) bothered to mention them here:


They also got some press from Carson's people, but he's out of the race and I closed that tab, so too bad.

76 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-12 08:30 ID:B4jtCcpL

It might be worth mentioning that a media buy in the Northern Marianas is an extremely efficient use of campaign dollars. One Republican delegate in the CNMI represents 5,890+/- people (not necessarily Republicans, just population). In contrast, a California delegate represents 227,500 people. The two terrestrial television stations are simulcasts from Guam, but there are ten local radio stations and two daily newspapers. Satellite television dominates viewing hours, but likely primary voters tend to be radio listeners and newspaper readers. Just a thought if you're running for president four years from now!

77 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-13 15:31 ID:rV+zHqWd

Rubio wins District of Columbia
Cruz wins Wyoming!

78 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-15 15:59 ID:B4jtCcpL

Donald Trump wins the Northern Mariana Islands, taking 73% of the vote. Cruz came in second with 24%. Other contenders barely show.

79 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-16 04:16 ID:B4jtCcpL

Trump wins Florida, besting Florida Senator Rubio. Rubio is out.
Kasich wins Ohio, his home state. He's staying in.
Trump takes Illinois, Missouri, and North Carolina.

Clinton takes Ohio, Florida, North Carolia and (probably) Illinois. Missouri still too close to call.

80 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-16 07:47 ID:rV+zHqWd

With Rubio out that just leaves Kasich as the last hope of the establishment to beat the Donald! Will he be able to get a contested convention or will Trump seize the win? And what of Cruz? Will sit idly by while the establishment gives the crown to Kasich or will he put up a fight and run as an independent?

81 Name: Citizen : 2016-03-16 15:53 ID:B4jtCcpL

Delegate totals to date:
Republican: (1237 needed to win)
Trump: 640
Cruz: 405
Kasich: 138
(All non-Trump combined: 725)

Democrats: (2383 needed to win)
Clinton: 1568
Sanders: 797

No official winner in Missouri yet, where only 1,531 votes separate Sanders and Clinton. Missouri: the Florida of 2016.

3/21: Democrats Abroad
3/22: American Samoan Republicans, Arizona, Utah, and Idaho Democrats

82 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-17 08:46 ID:rr1ss1sJ

With Rubio out of the running Nikki Haley changes her endorsement to Cruz!

83 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-17 11:32 ID:rr1ss1sJ

Florida governor Rick Scott endorses the Donald!

84 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-19 01:54 ID:aEHjNWiw

85 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-21 01:00 ID:B4jtCcpL

Missouri went to Clinton. Final score: 49.61% to 49.37%. Another dominating performance by the Clinton camp, granted you don't know what numbers mean.

>A recount would probably not affect the number of delegates awarded, [Sanders] told AP. He would "prefer to save the taxpayers of Missouri more money."

Clinton gets 34 delegates as a result, and Sanders gets 32.


86 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-22 10:30 ID:gP1WYYWz

Democrats Abroad global primary results: (13 delegates at stake)

✔Sanders: 69% - 9
Clinton: 31% - 4


Today is what CNN has dubbed "Western Tuesday" because 2.5 Western states and half a territory are voting today. Arizona and Utah vote for both parties. American Samoa and Idaho Republicans are voting too.

87 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-23 07:57 ID:O1Fhl+l2

Trump wins Arizona!
Cruz wins Utah!

Sanders wins Idaho and Utah!
Clinton wins Arizona!

88 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-24 00:45 ID:O1Fhl+l2

89 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-27 00:34 ID:B4jtCcpL

Washington goes to Sanders.

✔Sanders: 71% - 24
Clinton: 28% - 6

Source: CNN

90 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-03-27 00:38 ID:B4jtCcpL

Alaska also goes to Sanders too:

✔Sanders: 79.2% - 12
Clinton: 20.8% - 3

Source: CNN

91 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-27 14:01 ID:zPDj+IgF

And Hawaii too:

✔Sanders: 69.8%
Clinton: 30.0%

It was indeed a most excellent weekend at Bernie's

92 Name: Citizen : 2016-03-27 17:17 ID:B4jtCcpL

Delegate count to date:
Republicans: (1237 needed to win/contest)
Trump: 742
Not Trump: 788

Democrats: (2383 needed to win)
Clinton: 1733
Sanders: 1039

4/1 - North Dakota Republicans
4/5 - Wisconsin primary
4/9 - Colorado Republicans, Wyoming Democrats

93 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-03-29 20:35 ID:wSRhGpDK

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker also endorses Ted Cruz!

94 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-06 08:37 ID:oILmjY5a

95 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-08 02:50 ID:Ul3AF4/L

96 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-10 02:07 ID:W+bRZFkI

Sanders kind of wins Wyoming?

Sanders 55.7% 7
Clinton 44.3% 11

97 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-10 07:34 ID:W+bRZFkI

98 Name: We The People : 2016-04-17 06:18 ID:mvpwHby1

The Unwashed Masses

I am so tired, tired spiritually and emotionally of it all. I know I am not the only one. Bernie and Trump are manifestations of the people's discontent with the system. I am so sick of being labeled. We label everything. We sit back and critique and criticize while we do.... nothing. Our country is dying. I can't even let my children watch american cartoons anymore, it is THAT bad.

the whole world sees us for what we are. They see our government for what it does and what it destroys. I think it has come to the point that even with choices that maybe aren't that great, so long as they are anti establishment we flock to them en mass.

We are the ones keeping this system going, so many of us are disillusioned groups do rash things like taking over nature reserves. Things here have degraded so badly that the people, the collective consciousness of America is starting to wake up and lash back. We have to fix this and the only way we can is to DO SOMETHING. we have to change our government before it devours us all. I love the term "unwashed masses".

It makes me chuckle. we unwashed masses keep your computers running. We grow the crops that feed your family. We build the things you use to make your everyday life that much more enjoyable yet we are racist, sexist, ignorant fools who don't matter until we begin washing over the system with waves of change. Then we are relevant because we are "so backwards" we will "make it worse".

It's already worse. Our course is unsustainable. I walk down the halls of my work everyday and see people of every race color and creed and i do not judge them. they do not judge me. we speak kindly we say "hello" "how are you today" "hey how's it goin!" yet if you watch any of the divisive junk on tv you would think we walk the halls glaring waiting for a turned back so we can beat the person because of their skin color, shoot them because we are rednecks. This is not how it is. WE the UNWASHED MASSES are not just the cogs in the machine, we ARE the machine. we make it work, we maintenance it, if care for it and for our troubles we have had an establishment destroy us, rob us, degrade us everyday in pop culture news and tv. destroy our foreign relationships, give away our nation to unaccountable corporations whom then pay lobbyists to pay off and bribe those supposedly representing us.

I think we could bounce straight into fascism. But if we do it is because we were handed the ultimate betrayal by a system that is already cannibalizing us. Not because we are the problem, because THEY are the problem.

99 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-17 06:58 ID:4b4FIUcH

100 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-04-19 12:45 ID:gP1WYYWz

It's Do-Or-Die-TUESDAY, the first time in a long time that the New York primary has been anything other than a victory lap.

Opinion polls (average by way of realclearpolitics.com)
Democrats: Clinton: 53.1%, Sanders: 41.4%
Republicans: Trump: 53.1%, Not Trump: 40.9%

Let's see if those numbers hold up!

101 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-04-20 03:16 ID:B4jtCcpL

New York Primary Election: (90% reporting)

✔Clinton: 57.5% - 109
Sanders: 42.5% - 70

✔Trump: 60.2% - 79
Kasich: 25.1% - 2
Cruz: 14.7% - 0

Clinton is now safely within striking distance. Trump is getting closer to avoiding a contested convention. A good day for the front-runners!

(Source: CNN)

102 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-27 13:41 ID:eVAs2TV7

For the republicans Trump wins them all!!

For the Democrats Sanders 'kind of' wins Rhode Island while Clinton gets the rest.

103 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-28 02:13 ID:eVAs2TV7

104 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-04-29 20:44 ID:KcrUwr5x

105 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-05-04 03:45 ID:6MGty0pB

Trump wins Indiana! Cruz drops out!!

also Sanders wins...

106 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-05-04 22:13 ID:Tzivx08+

And now Kasich calls it quits too!! The Donald is the last man standing!!!

107 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-05-07 01:58 ID:IW5r4+/f

Jeb Bush is the first to break the fox news pledge to support the nominee who now is Donald Trump!!

108 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-05-26 17:09 ID:B4CzCzo6

The Donald gets the 1,237 delegates he needs to clinch the nomination!!!

109 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-05-29 21:59 ID:B4jtCcpL

Libertarians name former NM governor (and former Republican) Gary Johnson as their candidate.


He beat out former software company CEO and present-day paranoid schizophrenic John McAfee and Uncommitted for the nomination.

110 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-02 13:29 ID:Heaven

Didn't Johnson already lose an election to Obama? Doesn't really seem like a good choice for trying to beat the Clump.

111 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-06-09 01:07 ID:F8+mKpyr

Clinton now has all the delegates she needs for the nomination!

112 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-19 15:47 ID:LJC7qrM5

He thinks this time will be different. The candidates for both parties are unlocked and he thinks his message will pick up the disaffected. This is a fool's bet, since the major factions of the big parties are antithetical to his message.

113 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-23 11:33 ID:Heaven

> since the major factions of the big parties are antithetical to his message.

Really? Let's take a look at the issues that really matter...

Drone strikes:
Sanders: supports
Clinton: supports
Trump: supports
Johnson: supports

Providing material support for terrorism (including the illegal occupation of Palestine):
Sanders: supports
Clinton: supports
Trump: supports
Johnson: supports

Killing the rich and redistributing their wealth:
Sanders: opposes
Clinton: opposes
Trump: opposes
Johnson: opposes

Killing all cops and soldiers:
Sanders: opposes
Clinton: opposes
Trump: opposes
Johnson: opposes

I'm not really seeing much difference here...

114 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-23 19:31 ID:LJC7qrM5

Picture a political party as a kingdom and factions as various fiefdoms. The Republican party is made up of evangelicals, constitutional originality advocates, free market enthusiasts, and many others. The Democratic party contains great society advocates, and social justice enthusiasts among many others. Each of these fiefdoms within our kingdoms are competing to get their agendas as a priority item on their party's platform.

I guess there's a very limited subset of factions that could find the Libertarian party attractive but I'd wager the number is quite small.

115 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-25 16:27 ID:Heaven

You sound like you'd fit right in with the Libertarians, the whole party is full of monarchists.

116 Name: Citizen : 2016-06-26 12:44 ID:LJC7qrM5

Nah, I'm more of an organized labor/great society democrat

117 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-08-17 07:48 ID:bgD0LUaz

The Donald hires Gretch molester and former faux news CEO Roger Ailes as a campaign advisor! Because who better to advise your campaign than a sexual predator and pervert.

118 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-09-21 22:12 ID:Qh6+5ZF5

George H. W. Bush to vote for Clinton!!
How you like them apples, Trumpster?

119 Name: Citizen : 2016-09-22 19:02 ID:OHkm7k6x

Despite all the revelry taking place on the right, the author of this Post article perfectly sums up my feelings

120 Name: Citizen : 2016-09-27 17:41 ID:OHkm7k6x

So we have to get very, very tough on cyber and cyber warfare. It is a, it is a huge problem. I have a son. He's 10 years old. He has computers. He is so good with these computers, it's unbelievable. The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough. And maybe it's hardly do-able. But I will say, we are not doing the job we should be doing, but that's true throughout our whole governmental society. We have so many things that we have to do better, Lester and certainly cyber is one of them.

121 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-02 10:11 ID:5MH//uwT

Trump's currently being sued for repeatedly raping a thirteen-year-old, so it makes sense.

122 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-10-08 04:29 ID:Xpsi0R+J

123 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-11 02:38 ID:Heaven

It's sad that both of the major parties have managed to nominate people who should be in jail, one for rape and the other for war crimes.

124 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-10-17 20:23 ID:pXUhmyas

125 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-18 04:43 ID:uE8jsDLO

democrat terrorists are inciting violence at trump rallies. paying off homeless people to do their dirtywork. Absolutely sickening.


126 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-18 11:53 ID:hdinakc1

that makes zero sense

>married to a rapist
>over 50 confidential emails sent to random execs
>wants war with russia
>big alterier motives
>about to die
>said mean stuff

the answer is obvious

127 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-10-18 19:38 ID:7gSXCMQm


Apparently you didn't read the previous link about the rape and sexual heresy allegations against Trump. Some even made by his former wife and others from a 13 year old girl.

128 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-19 02:42 ID:Heaven

Trump is a pedophile and a rapist. He's done much worse things than "said mean stuff".

130 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-20 00:57 ID:8y2SZEuc

debate is just about to start.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXLk8RmN0BI

131 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-24 21:04 ID:+sJZHbMJ


Funny how most of his rape allegations on MSNBC reported to be false and were debunked. Especially the airplane one.

Also check Wikileaks for project veritas.

Trump is not a pedophile or a rapist, if you see on Wikileaks its an attempt by the DNC to slander Trump.

Until I hard evidence that Trump was a rapist, rather than people coming out 20 years later with no evidence, then I'll withdraw my vote.

Have fun electing a fucking criminal who is backed by Soros and other globalists for 2016.

Fucks sakes I hate the neo Americana.

132 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-25 00:46 ID:Heaven

translation: The criminal I'm voting for is less bad than that some other criminal you're not voting for because he managed to intimidate his victims into staying quiet until all evidence was long gone.

133 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-25 14:45 ID:LJC7qrM5


Back to /pol/ you go

134 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-25 17:50 ID:5MH//uwT

lol trumpcucks

135 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-26 12:04 ID:EDeU9vU+

fuck drumpf and fuck white people

136 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-29 17:35 ID:8y2SZEuc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htOj50B7dNk this is really upsetting, people harassing a supporter. They say no paramedics will come to help her because they're all mexican. It's so frustrating to me that the hillary people either think or pretend to think that because a small number of people are living here illegal clearly a trump supportor hates everyone spanish.. that's ridiculous and crude.

137 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-29 21:35 ID:Heaven

If you spread hate, hate is what you'll get. Don't dish it out if you can't take it.

138 Name: Citizen : 2016-10-31 15:19 ID:LJC7qrM5

If I were to link you to the video of a Trump supporter sucker punching a restrained protester, you would say that man does not represent all Trump supporters.

If I were to link you to the video of a Trump supporter shouting "fuck that nigger" at a Trump rally, you would say that man does not represent all Trump supporters.

If I were to link you to the video of the Trump supporter shouting "JEW. S. A." at a Trump rally, you would say that man doesn't represent all Trump supporters.

If I were to link you a video of someone being assaulted for holding up a sign that said "Fuck Whites", you would say the assailant was incited to violence.

Why won't you extend those same considerations to people with different views to your own?

139 Post deleted.

140 Name: Citizen : 2016-11-02 20:08 ID:+sJZHbMJ


>If I were to link you to the video of a Trump supporter sucker punching a restrained protester, you would say that man does not represent all Trump supporters.

Link pls.

>If I were to link you to the video of a Trump supporter shouting "fuck that nigger" at a Trump rally, you would say that man does not represent all Trump supporters.

It doesn't. But honestly, fuck niggers.

>If I were to link you to the video of the Trump supporter shouting "JEW. S. A." at a Trump rally, you would say that man doesn't represent all Trump supporters.

Jews run the world. Also that guy is an actor, google it. It came out on the news. He acted for some viral video on youtube I believe.

>If I were to link you a video of someone being assaulted for holding up a sign that said "Fuck Whites", you would say the assailant was incited to violence.

All niggers need to die anyways and all that hate whites should be gassed.

>Why won't you extend those same considerations to people with different views to your own?

Because socialist marxist leftists faggots need to be put down.

141 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-11-07 01:18 ID:L0I6z1zF


>Also that guy is an actor, google it.
>It came out on the news.
>He acted for some viral video on youtube I believe.

Link please. fox news and breitbart don't count.

142 Name: Citizen : 2016-11-08 07:51 ID:5XmjCxcu

Trump encourages his supporters to attack voters, some people love him for it.
ISIS does the exact same thing, those same people hate them for it and use that as an excuse for their racism.

143 Name: Citizen : 2016-11-11 22:41 ID:iPRatOUA

Trump won

144 Name: Citizen : 2016-11-15 01:37 ID:5XmjCxcu

Not yet. The electoral college still has to decide whether or not to let the racist shitheads fuck the rest of us.

145 Name: Citizen : 2016-11-26 11:18 ID:iPRatOUA

Even if they ALL vote against Trump, which won't happen, the congress needs to approve the vote.
Guess who controls the congress now?

146 Name: Tricky Dick : 2016-12-20 01:46 ID:B4jtCcpL


>Despite thousands of protesters around the country, Donald Trump won 270 electoral votes as expected.

Nope. Trump won.

See you guys in four years.

147 Name: Citizen : 2016-12-23 22:44 ID:Heaven

> See you guys in four years.

not likely.

148 Name: Slick Willy : 2016-12-27 10:39 ID:r9SQYW5U

Ted Nugent will be performing "Cat Scratch Fever" at the Donald's inauguration.

"Well, I make the pussy purr with the stroke of my hand"

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150 Name: Citizen : 2016-12-30 05:10 ID:6gTv3wjC


8 years

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