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Trump: is it all Bernie's fault?

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Did Trump win all because of Bernie?
Created: February 21, 2019
By: 76May
Totals: 0 votes, 14 comments
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3 weeks ago
Bernie stayed in the game way too long, and I also don't think he tried very hard at convincing his followers to throw their weight behind Hillary.
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reply to: Bernie stayed in the game way too long, and I also don't think he tried very hard at convincing his followers to throw their weight behind Hillary.
3 weeks ago
I have a hard time blaming Bernie (although from my point of view it isnt blaming but giving credit).

I feel like that would imply that his supporters are sheep that needed a green light or prodding to vote for the old hag, and I dont think his supporters are that dumb or out of touch.

As much as Trump supporters are criticized as being dumb, I always get the sense from any conversations I have had that Trump and Bernie supporters are in tune with what they think is best for the country--whether they agree or not.

With HRC supporters it just seems to be "wanting a woman" or no more "no more white men" or they just are hardcore Democrats.

I would imagine that alot of Bernie supporters simply hated the old hag, and who could blame them. I also would not be surprised if a chunk of them voted for Trump... although I have no polls to prove just an assumption based on the fact that both were unconventional candidates and I would assume there was some overlap due to that.
reply to: I have a hard time blaming Bernie (although from my point of view it isnt blaming but giving credit). I feel like that would imply that his supporters are sheep that needed a green light or prodding to vote for the old hag,
3 weeks ago
Whoa, wait a minute, what's with the "old hag" crap? She is two years younger than Trump. And Trump looks at least 15 years older than her! And Bernie is older than dirt.

Well, Bernie people got exactly what they deserve, somebody who doesn't eve come close to their viewpoints, occupying the Oval Office.

I bet that "old hag" is looking pretty good to them now.
reply to: Whoa, wait a minute, what's with the "old hag" crap? She is two years younger than Trump. And Trump looks at least 15 years older than her! And Bernie is older than dirt. Well, Bernie people got exactly what they deserve, s
3 weeks ago
Well, she may be younger but in no way is she as youthful as Trump. Lets be honest. In the 2016 campaign as a 76 or whatever age he was, he outhustled and out campaigned everyone. Everyday, sometimes twice a day, day after day. HRC was doing 2 a week max while Trump was doing 7-10. He showed the stamina of someone half his age. And lets not forget that, mentally (which can be taxing as well) he never used a teleprompter for his 90 minute rallies. Add constant 3am tweets and it becomes even more remarkable.
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reply to: Well, she may be younger but in no way is she as youthful as Trump. Lets be honest. In the 2016 campaign as a 76 or whatever age he was, he outhustled and out campaigned everyone. Everyday, sometimes twice a day, day after da
3 weeks ago
He never used a teleprompter? That's not saying much since he is one of the sloppiest speakers in the history of Modern Man. You have no idea how hard she worked because she was not covered as much as Trump was. And rallies are one thing, actually governing is another. He has spent more vacation days than any other president and done less overseas trips than any other president at this stage. She worked her****off, always traveling when she was Secretary of State.
reply to: He never used a teleprompter? That's not saying much since he is one of the sloppiest speakers in the history of Modern Man. You have no idea how hard she worked because she was not covered as much as Trump was. And rallies a
3 weeks ago
Good grief, Dru. Be reasonable. In 2016, there were only two people featured on the news: Trump and Clinton. These were the two people we were given the choice to vote on.
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reply to: Good grief, Dru. Be reasonable. In 2016, there were only two people featured on the news: Trump and Clinton. These were the two people we were given the choice to vote on.
3 weeks ago
Reasonable about what? Zombie replied to my comment and I replied back to him.
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reply to: Reasonable about what? Zombie replied to my comment and I replied back to him.
3 weeks ago
I'm only saying that Hillary was covered as much as Trump was. That's all.
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reply to: I'm only saying that Hillary was covered as much as Trump was. That's all.
3 weeks ago
I wish. The only thing that they covered was the leaking of her emails.
3 weeks ago
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2 weeks ago
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2 weeks ago
But if Bernie does happen to get the nomination, of course I would vote for him.
2 weeks ago
"But if Bernie does happen to get the nomination, of course I would vote for him."

But democrats do want him. He is polling at 27% behind only Biden at 29%. And Biden hasnt declared he is running. So Sanders is polling far ahead of any other Dem at nearly 1/3 votes in a crowded field.

Your posts and comments are full of such foolishness.
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2 weeks ago
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