The official "let's reelect Trump" thread

idestroyedthetoilet

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I understand we are not necessarily voting for a moral leader. But there’s still a point where’s it’s to much. He’s denigrated women, minorities, foreign nations, allies... at what point does your moral compass start to make you concerned? that he hasn’t reached that for you, or that it doesn’t even enter the equation, speaks poorly of your moral compass.
And the TDS moral high horse claims its newest rider (victim).

The best part about no more Trump will be some of y'all shedding your self righteousness and acting normal again. I was thinking today that maybe I am a dick for wanting him re-elected just because some of you (not you Stoked, but you know who I mean) deserve it. Then I thought, dammit, I'll be in a fit for four years too if one of these snivvely, opportunistic, lying little *** helmets gets elected. I don't deserve that and nobody deserved 4 years of Trump either. Gods, please let Biden or Bernie win the election. And FU again to HC and the DNC for destroying Bernue. Now he's damaged goods (we all know Democrats voters prefer fresh, new faces).
 

Heathme

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I’m not bitter or angry. You place fat to much emphasis on emotional typing. And it’s not even policy based for me in this context.

It’s that this guy is literal scum. He’s a piece of ****. There’s no way around that. It’s not the same as opposing Obama or Bush.

At what point is to far for you? At what point does his lack or morality push you into no longer supporting him?

Attacking someone physically? Rape? Murder?

Lying, justice interference and sexual assault don’t seem to do it. Where that line for you or does it even exist?
@Stoked I get it. You dispise Trump. Let's make it simple. I look at the overall effect on the country if one of these liberal freaks wins the election. I would rather have Trump than one of them.
 

fishonjazz

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@Stoked I get it. You dispise Trump. Let's make it simple. I look at the overall effect on the country if one of these liberal freaks wins the election. I would rather have Trump than one of them.
You don't know what effect a different president would have though. You probably think you so, but you don't.

See you settle. You are cool with a piece of **** for president cause the economy is good and stuff.
What if the economy was good and stuff and the president wasn't a piece of ****? Wouldn't that be preferable?

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JazzFanNBama

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Lmfao. His actions directly oppose “country first”. You cannot attack its people, and ideals, and pretend to support the country.

Smfh
Oppose country first?

*Stopping illegal immigration
*Booming economy
*Removing US from TERRIBLY BAD trade deals.
Yeah you nailed it. You can shake your FH all you want to. The fact is the country is in a better spot today than it was when he took over. There is.l no disputing that. You can choke down the horse sh*t that CNN and the like feed you, but I choose to think for myself.
 

Catchall

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Lying, justice interference and sexual assault don’t seem to do it. Where that line for you or does it even exist?
Lying, or truth bending, is common in politics. That's a given. Start with the Democrats' accusation that Trump conspired with the Russian government to rig the 2016 election, or that interference from a small band Russian agents affected the election's outcome. That's just sour grapes from the Democrats.

Interference with justice? Are you referring to the special counsel investigation led by Mueller that found no underlying criminality and dragged on for nearly two years based on the fallacious premise that the Trump campaign was responsible for Russian agents posting stories on social media and leaking emails to Wikileaks?

Sexual assault? Has Trump been formally accused and convicted for sexual assault? If so, I'm certain he would be removed from office.

These hyped up accusations with little substance behind them only serve to backfire on the Democrats and validate Trump's claim that he's being harassed.

If you want to worry about something with Trump, worry that he's in the pocket of Israel.
 

Catchall

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You don't know what effect a different president would have though. You probably think you so, but you don't.

See you settle. You are cool with a piece of **** for president cause the economy is good and stuff.
What if the economy was good and stuff and the president wasn't a piece of ****? Wouldn't that be preferable?

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Maybe so. But unless a capable candidate and viable political party step forward, you're going to get Trump.
 

Stoked

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@Stoked I get it. You dispise Trump. Let's make it simple. I look at the overall effect on the country if one of these liberal freaks wins the election. I would rather have Trump than one of them.
So it doesn’t enter the equation. I find that horribly sad.

Would it matter of you saw these things first hand?
 

Stoked

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Oppose country first?

*Stopping illegal immigration
*Booming economy
*Removing US from TERRIBLY BAD trade deals.
Yeah you nailed it. You can shake your FH all you want to. The fact is the country is in a better spot today than it was when he took over. There is.l no disputing that. You can choke down the horse sh*t that CNN and the like feed you, but I choose to think for myself.
I don’t watch CNN. What’s your next excuse?
 

Heathme

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Bernie Campaign Employees Demand Wages, Healthcare He’s Been Promising Country

Screw these candidates! Bernie's socialism would destroy America. He doesn't even follow his own BS in his own campaign.
http://dlvr.it/R8jgkg
 

One Brow

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Trump isn't a role model. He's a boorish, straight-talking, banker, fratguy bully. He's never apologized for it.
He's also a corrupt, incompetent, nepotistic, blame-throwing, racist, misogynistic, and hateful rapist. He's never apologized for that, either.

I can get by with straight-talking, banker, fratguys (like Obama).
 

idestroyedthetoilet

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While we're continuing this bizarre virtue signaling, here's an interesting Frenchie's take:

https://harpers.org/archive/2019/01/donald-trump-is-a-good-president/

I suppose you keepers of the moral compass prefer the way of the past 30 years? Or another president who lies and bull ***** whatever is needed to get the votes, then promptly shuts on his constituents? I.E. Obama on China currency manipulation vs. Trump actually keeping promises.
 

LogGrad98

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I get that you liberals, anti-trumpers, whatever you call yourselves, want to shame those that disagree with you. It just isn't going to work. Let's stick to the issues and the actual challenges that are facing the country right now. Let's not ignore the terrible policies that most of the democratic presidential candidates want to implement in our country. Let's not ignore the crisis on the border that just 6 months ago was mocked by the left as not a crisis. Let's focus on the 125 or so judges that have been put into place that do not want to "fundamentally change" our country and believe in the Constitution.
Question: if there were a republican Challenger to Trump with a better track record on race, zero sexual assault allegations, and better history of working across the aisle to get things done, who also promised to put America first, which would you support?

Say Romney wants to run again. Similar ticket to last run for him only stronger pro-american stance. Which do you vote for?
 

Stoked

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He's also a corrupt, incompetent, nepotistic, blame-throwing, racist, misogynistic, and hateful rapist. He's never apologized for that, either.

I can get by with straight-talking, banker, fratguys (like Obama).
Alleged rapist. But still, the rest is enough. It should be at least.
 

LogGrad98

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You don't know what effect a different president would have though. You probably think you so, but you don't.

See you settle. You are cool with a piece of **** for president cause the economy is good and stuff.
What if the economy was good and stuff and the president wasn't a piece of ****? Wouldn't that be preferable?

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No most are happy when "their side" wins almost regardless of what that really means. The president has as much to do with the economy as I do with running the company I work for, and I'm about 6 levels removed from the CEO.
 

Heathme

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Question: if there were a republican Challenger to Trump with a better track record on race, zero sexual assault allegations, and better history of working across the aisle to get things done, who also promised to put America first, which would you support?

Say Romney wants to run again. Similar ticket to last run for him only stronger pro-american stance. Which do you vote for?
I would support the better person in that case. Believe me, I loved Romney and thought he would be amazing. Once I saw him bow down to the media and Obama, I knew he would lose. I need someone that is good AND fights back. Trump fights back even though he is not a moral man. The good of the country as a whole is more important to me than how "good" the president is.
 
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