Any President Trump supporters in here?

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Like a great deal of Canadians, the work I do depends on the American economy. The safety and security of Canada depends almost entirely on the US.

A strong and prosperous America is in the best interest of all Canadians.
That actually did not answer my question at all nor is it relevant to what I said...

How are YOU personally saving the world, as per your previous comment. If you believe trump is saving the world whatever but you don’t live here and contributed nothing to him getting into or continuing to stay in power.

Also, your a chef last time I checked. I’d imagine an all out trade war would not be good for you. Canada is cold I’m willing to bet you import a fair amount of produce.

And I’m not to sure why you think the American economy is oh so strong to begin with.
 





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I don't actually think Trump is saving the world. At best, he's only delaying the inevitable. In the meantime, I will enjoy his style, and laugh at his haters.
 





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Also, your a chef last time I checked. I’d imagine an all out trade war would not be good for you. Canada is cold I’m willing to bet you import a fair amount of produce.
I haven't been a chef for a few years now. :)

Some parts of Canada are cold, but it's not all frozen tundra. British Columbia, where I live, exports a lot of produce to the US.
 





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I’m sure it’s easy to laugh when it isn’t your livelihood or the livelihood of your loved ones under direct attack... that’s a lack of empathy.
Yeah, according to liberalthink, I'm a terrible person because someone, somewhere, isn't able to survive without the government, and I don't care.
 





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How’s this thunderian? I’ll trade you... I’ll take your Canadian citizenship, legal pot and guaranteed health care and you can come here toPennsylvania where your free to call people faggots as much as you like, die of preventable disaese because healthcare is offered by maybe 10% of employers and of those maybe 5% are affordable, minimum wage is like $8/hr and most professional jobs don’t pay more than $15, and you’ll go to jail for having a weed pipe or get a dui for having any detectable trace of thc in your system.

Saying it’s just people wanting to live off the government tit is missing the forest for the trees

I’m ready whenever you are.
 





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I’m sure it’s easy to laugh when it isn’t your livelihood or the livelihood of your loved ones under direct attack... that’s a lack of empathy.
People like him have a malformed amygdala that makes it impossible to have empathy, all conservatives have this in common and it’s sad really.

How’s this thunderian? I’ll trade you... I’ll take your Canadian citizenship, legal pot and guaranteed health care and you can come here toPennsylvania where your free to call people faggots as much as you like, die of preventable disaese because healthcare is offered by maybe 10% of employers and of those maybe 5% are affordable, minimum wage is like $8/hr and most professional jobs don’t pay more than $15, and you’ll go to jail for having a weed pipe or get a dui for having any detectable trace of thc in your system.

Saying it’s just people wanting to live off the government tit is missing the forest for the trees

I’m ready whenever you are.
I’ve made the same offer, no response.
Why would that be a draw for me?
After all that you pick that one line out and ignore the rest?
 





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Why would that be a draw for me?
Idk, you tell me? All I ever see is people complaining about pc culture and saying they support trump cuz he sticks it to the libs and pc culture. This is not an issue in Pennsylvania. You can call a transgender whatever pronoun you like without fear, call people a faggot whatever. They don’t care, there’s no law against it and it isn’t covered by hate crimes laws in this state. There are plenty of other states and areas where this is the case.
 





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Idk, you tell me? All I ever see is people complaining about pc culture and saying they support trump cuz he sticks it to the libs and pc culture. This is not an issue in Pennsylvania. You can call a transgender whatever pronoun you like without fear, call people a faggot whatever. They don’t care, there’s no law against it and it isn’t covered by hate crimes laws in this state. There are plenty of other states and areas where this is the case.
So being against PC culture means I hate fags?

Don't talk to me anymore, OK?
 





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POLL: Trump Approval Up, Republicans Leading On Most ‘Important’ Issue
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of 900 registered voters (645 of whom are likely voters) conducted between October 14-17 found President Trump’s approval rating at 47% — the highest ever for this particular poll.​
Since the beginning of the year, the president’s approval rating has fluctuated, jumping between 39% and 46%, only reaching 47% this month. His disapproval rating has also fluctuated, but dropped significantly in recent months, landing at a low of 49% in this most recent survey.​
When asked to rate how interested they are in the midterm elections on a scale of one to ten (one being least interested/ten being most interested), 59% of respondents chose a ten, which is an 8% jump from September and a 12% jump from August.​
Voter enthusiasm is up 15% and 7% from the 2014 and 2010 midterms, respectively, indicating that this year’s elections could show larger than average voter turnout.​
Among likely voters, Democrats have the overall edge, with 50% saying they would prefer a Democrat-controlled Congress, and 41% saying they would prefer that Republicans retain control. Prior to the "Red Wave" in 2010 in which Republicans made historic gains in the House of Representatives, the same survey had Republicans holding a 7% lead over Democrats.​
When asked which issues were most important in deciding their votes, 21% of registered voters chose "the economy and jobs," which was the number one answer. In a follow-up question, the survey asked which political party would do best handling the economy. 43% chose the Republican Party, while 28% chose the Democratic Party — a strong 15% advantage for Republicans.​
However, the second and third most important issues were health care and immigration (17% and 12%, respectively), and on those issues, respondents chose the Democratic Party (+18% for health care and +4% for immigration).​
This poll is a mixed bag, but there are certainly interesting trends present. Voters are not only divided on candidates, but on issues as well. While they favor Democrats in general, they favor Republicans on the economy. Given the strength of the current economy and its position in the poll, as well as the president’s increased approval rating, perhaps the alleged "Blue Wave" won’t be as powerful as many progressives have predicted.​
 





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Lol...

Did I accuse you of hating homosexuals? There has been a constant theme in these threads of being anti pc coupled with statements that they won’t call a transgender by whatever specified pronoun they prefer. This is offered as a reason to support trump over and over. This is bullshit because there are plenty of areas in this country where it isn’t even applicable and we still have freedom to move last time I checked.

I’ve never seen any other explanation for being “anti pc” given. If all that is being referenced by that is trumps blow hard style I have news for you.. he isn’t anti pc, he’s just an insensitive douche bag blowhard. It isn’t principled, it’s lack of principle.
 





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POLL: Trump Approval Up, Republicans Leading On Most ‘Important’ Issue



A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of 900 registered voters (645 of whom are likely voters) conducted between October 14-17 found President Trump’s approval rating at 47% — the highest ever for this particular poll.​


Since the beginning of the year, the president’s approval rating has fluctuated, jumping between 39% and 46%, only reaching 47% this month. His disapproval rating has also fluctuated, but dropped significantly in recent months, landing at a low of 49% in this most recent survey.​


When asked to rate how interested they are in the midterm elections on a scale of one to ten (one being least interested/ten being most interested), 59% of respondents chose a ten, which is an 8% jump from September and a 12% jump from August.​


Voter enthusiasm is up 15% and 7% from the 2014 and 2010 midterms, respectively, indicating that this year’s elections could show larger than average voter turnout.​


Among likely voters, Democrats have the overall edge, with 50% saying they would prefer a Democrat-controlled Congress, and 41% saying they would prefer that Republicans retain control. Prior to the "Red Wave" in 2010 in which Republicans made historic gains in the House of Representatives, the same survey had Republicans holding a 7% lead over Democrats.​


When asked which issues were most important in deciding their votes, 21% of registered voters chose "the economy and jobs," which was the number one answer. In a follow-up question, the survey asked which political party would do best handling the economy. 43% chose the Republican Party, while 28% chose the Democratic Party — a strong 15% advantage for Republicans.​


However, the second and third most important issues were health care and immigration (17% and 12%, respectively), and on those issues, respondents chose the Democratic Party (+18% for health care and +4% for immigration).​


This poll is a mixed bag, but there are certainly interesting trends present. Voters are not only divided on candidates, but on issues as well. While they favor Democrats in general, they favor Republicans on the economy. Given the strength of the current economy and its position in the poll, as well as the president’s increased approval rating, perhaps the alleged "Blue Wave" won’t be as powerful as many progressives have predicted.​
An msm poll... really??

Did you quit your job as a chef to be a paid poster instead?

By any meaningful measure of the economy nothing has improved. Unless you are rich of course.
 





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POLL: Trump Approval Up, Republicans Leading On Most ‘Important’ Issue



A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of 900 registered voters (645 of whom are likely voters) conducted between October 14-17 found President Trump’s approval rating at 47% — the highest ever for this particular poll.​


Since the beginning of the year, the president’s approval rating has fluctuated, jumping between 39% and 46%, only reaching 47% this month. His disapproval rating has also fluctuated, but dropped significantly in recent months, landing at a low of 49% in this most recent survey.​


When asked to rate how interested they are in the midterm elections on a scale of one to ten (one being least interested/ten being most interested), 59% of respondents chose a ten, which is an 8% jump from September and a 12% jump from August.​


Voter enthusiasm is up 15% and 7% from the 2014 and 2010 midterms, respectively, indicating that this year’s elections could show larger than average voter turnout.​


Among likely voters, Democrats have the overall edge, with 50% saying they would prefer a Democrat-controlled Congress, and 41% saying they would prefer that Republicans retain control. Prior to the "Red Wave" in 2010 in which Republicans made historic gains in the House of Representatives, the same survey had Republicans holding a 7% lead over Democrats.​


When asked which issues were most important in deciding their votes, 21% of registered voters chose "the economy and jobs," which was the number one answer. In a follow-up question, the survey asked which political party would do best handling the economy. 43% chose the Republican Party, while 28% chose the Democratic Party — a strong 15% advantage for Republicans.​


However, the second and third most important issues were health care and immigration (17% and 12%, respectively), and on those issues, respondents chose the Democratic Party (+18% for health care and +4% for immigration).​


This poll is a mixed bag, but there are certainly interesting trends present. Voters are not only divided on candidates, but on issues as well. While they favor Democrats in general, they favor Republicans on the economy. Given the strength of the current economy and its position in the poll, as well as the president’s increased approval rating, perhaps the alleged "Blue Wave" won’t be as powerful as many progressives have predicted.​
Fascist Coups always come with an improved economy, although it’s not nearly as good, in fact it isn’t good at all for the working class. Half of my country is a missed check away from homelessness. So none of this is funny while you’re up north with your moose head and maple syrup.
 





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"the guy is a businessman"
A horrible, failed "businessman". He was born into money and has consistently been bailed out, no matter how wretched his business acumen or staggering his losses. Warren Buffet is a successful businessman, Trump aint even a billionaire, its all front and fraud lol Compare those two and tell us whos really bossin' up.......

"we covered the detention center stuff on the thread. he did no such thing."
I guess this is where you shift from obviously screwball opinions to outright lying.... You guys put forth your contentions in that thread and were detonated on with truth bombs.
- He and Sessions made the call to implement that policy.
- He and his regime demanded the separation of the children from their families.
- He and his regime immediately "lost" thousands of those kids and refuse to comply with court orders which demand their return.
- The children whom actually are accounted for have given horrific accounts of all kinds of abuse, and those reports have been corroborated all the way from physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse right up to the point of being raped by guards with HIV/AIDS & pumping them full of mystery psychotropic drugs. These are facts you clownshoe wearing Bozo-Destructo........
- "We have to take the children.... we have to take the children"

"presidential law violations? like what?"
Take your pic you demented loser.
1. Decaf
2. If you want to discuss, try responding in a reasonable and adult manner, and backup your arguments with fact based resources. Otherwise It's just noise to be ignored.
 





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I am of the mind that Trump is simply an effective distraction from the elite agenda, and that elections are a big illuminati production to give the illusion of democracy.

I find the following bit interesting and discovered it deep inside a mostly unrelated article, curiously about massive occult ritual sacrifice during WW2.

"But average Americans play at innocence. They excite themselves at the thought that with the next election the nation will be “restored” to the right course. Of course there never was a right course, unless might makes right, which has always been the way of America’s rulers. Today Trump is viewed by so many as an aberration. He is far from it. He’s straight out of a Twain short story. He’s Vaudeville. He’s Melville’s confidence man. He’s us. Did it ever occur to those who are fixated on him that if those who own and run the country wanted him gone, he’d be gone in an instant? He can tweet and tweet idiotically, endlessly send out messages that he will contradict the next day, but as long as he protects the super-rich, accepts Israel’s control of him, and allows the CIA-military-industrial complex to do its world-wide killing and looting of the treasury, he will be allowed to entertain and excite the public – to get them worked up in a lather in pseudo-debates. And to make this more entertaining, he will be opposed by the “sane” Democratic opposition, whose intentions are as benign as an assassin’s smile."

https://prepareforchange.net/2018/0...he-atomic-bombings-of-hiroshima-and-nagasaki/
Very important post here, thanks for the heads up and the link to the article.
 





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Saving the world? Lol.. that’s an interesting interpretation to say the least.

Let’s pretend that’s true.. trump is saving the world. How exactly did YOU as a Canadian have anything to do with that? You couldn’t campaign for him, vote for him etc. nor any other republican you feel might be “saving the world”. Your in Canada enjoying your universal health care and legal pot laughing while trump and his supporters take medical benefits away from poor children and senior citizens (something you’ll never have to worry about) and locks up a disproportionate amount of minorities for pot you can legally smoke.

Excuse me if that seems inordinately cruel to me
CRUNCH!! If Dumbdarian has any sense of shame that will be his last post here on the subject...... oh wait, luggout below.