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Old 02-18-2018, 11:04 AM   #1
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Let's be HONEST !!!

I read everywhere how unpopular President Trump is now. I do NOT believe it, can anyone prove me wrong? I do NOT know of a single person that voted for him that wouldn't vote for him again, DO YOU? Would you?
Is he a "cheating on his wife" pig? Yes, absolutely. Didn't 90% of presidents ( all politicians ) cheat on their wives? I honestly believe so.
Clinton cheated and there wasn't this much stink about it.

So, do you know of anyone that voted for President Trump that wouldn't again or wants him gone now and would rather have Hitlery or some other demoncrat?
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:07 AM   #2
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I don't know of anyone, within my circle.
I do believe that polls are manipulated, and not truth.
I would vote for him, again.
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Old 02-18-2018, 11:10 AM   #3
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He is unpopular because he dares to say what most people are already thinking but too scared to say.
I do have a family member who is in his late 70’s that was an union man since he was 19 and never voted for a “damned republican” until Trump. He says the only reason he voted for trump was because Hillary was a crooked criminal. He also says that he will vote democratic next election unless Hillary runs. My feelings are he still believes that republicans are for the rich business man and democrats are for the people. A way of things that has been gone as long as the dinosaurs.
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Old 02-18-2018, 12:22 PM   #5
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On the other side, I know very few people who voted for Trump. Those who did were placing a vote against Clinton. I will tell, I just left that part of the ballot unchecked. There is no constitutional provision for "none of the above" and I understand what it can't be there. However, this last election is one that needed it.

I was appalled by what happened to Sanders. "It's the girls turn to win" is not how leaders should be picked. If the nomination process had followed their own rules, Clinton wouldn't have been on the ballot.

As it stands, Trump is paving the way for Democratic congress. Further, the new Democrats, much like the new Republicans, are extremely partisan and following the calls of the extreme fringes of their party. For us that means a congress trying to push through significantly more anti gun-owner legislation.

This is fine as long as Trump is there to veto the more extremest measures. However, he wont be there forever. This paves the way for another Democratic president who, I expect, like Gov. Brown, who, in a spirit of fake compromise, veto the more extreme anti gun-owner bills and then sign a plethora of "compromise" bills until the effect is the same.

As gun owners we also play a part in this by seeing only the "D" and responding with "can't/won't" support. This creates a situation where pro gun-owner Democrats have no chance in elections. Some respond to that by saying "well, there are no pro gun-owner Democrats on the ticket. However, that is a result of the situation that we have all taken part in creating.

Further, it isn't true. How many of us are going to actively support the Democrats that voted for the National Reciprocity bill?

You know they will lose national and party level support for their pro gun-owner position. The question is, will we step up, or will we give support to the notion that a pro gun-owner position is political death for Democrat?
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Old 02-18-2018, 12:32 PM   #6
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I will be standing in line to vote and then leaving with my "I voted" sticker.
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Old 02-18-2018, 12:39 PM   #7
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I for one will be voting for Trump in 2020...I like my 2nd amendment rights!!
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Old 02-18-2018, 01:03 PM   #8
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I will never say never but I am 99.99% sure that I will never vote for a Democrat. The only exception being if my niece were to run for office (family trumps party affiliation).
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Old 02-18-2018, 02:15 PM   #9
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I can assure EVERYONE HERE..........I WILL NEVER VOTE FOR A DEMONCRAT !!!

Not ONLY because 98% of them ARE against arms of ANY kind, (don't let the liars fool you), they also back and promote EVERY gay right they possibly can.
Something ELSE I am 110% AGAINST!!!!!!! Going into detail would get me banned so I digress.
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Old 02-18-2018, 02:38 PM   #10
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Yes I would vote for Trump again. The alternative is too frightening to even think about. But with what the Left has came up with in Osama and Hillary what they will come up with next is truly terrifying.

I'm not a big fan of some of Trump's antics and all Twitter crap. And I do think he may be setting up his own party for a political crash next election. I'm usually a pretty optimistic person ... but I don't see a bright future for the leadership of this country. After eight years of Obama the best they could come up with is Hillary Clinton? Can you imagine what's to come?
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