Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

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Re: Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

#21 Post by Stressedlines » Tue Aug 14, 2018 6:58 pm

if a factory closes, it closes, but that does not mean others dont open, or existing wonts dont expand their production lines.

You find ONE factory that loses, but when actual numbers say the complete opposite, i often grasp how trump won.

If you oppose him,oppose him on facts, but making up stuff is what drives people to him, even if they dont like him
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Re: Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

#22 Post by brainbomb » Tue Aug 14, 2018 11:23 pm

You cant explain that

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Re: Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

#23 Post by Jamiet99uk » Wed Aug 22, 2018 12:39 pm

What does MAGA stand for?

My Attorney Got Arrested
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Re: Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

#24 Post by Octavious » Wed Aug 22, 2018 1:16 pm

It's an old Chinese proverb, Jamie.

Mighty Arsehole, Great Aroma

It's meaning is largely self explanatory, and applied to politics essentially means a leader who acts like a bastard tends to have the biggest impact.

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Re: Is widespread dislike of Trump enough to propel a Democrat to Presidency?

#25 Post by Jamiet99uk » Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:23 pm

My Advocate, Guilty? AYE

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