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EarlyGrayce

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dems babbling about the popular vote. Here's the real numbers that matter. 

"Trump’s victory was quite small compared to what it might have been. Consider:
  • Maine (4 electoral votes) went to Clinton 3-1 (with CD 2 going to Trump) by just under 22,200 votes. Libertarian Gary Johnson took 38,000. Most analysts agree that he disproportionately took from Trump.
  • New Hampshire (4 electoral votes) was carried by Clinton by a mere 2,800 votes. Johnson took 30,000.
  • Minnesota (10 electoral votes) saw Trump make a very strong surge. Richard Baris, of People’s Pundit Daily polling — the most accurate poll in the election — told me that on Election Day itself, outside of Minneapolis Trump won the state 2-to-1. But early voting, much of it coming during the Access Hollywood tape, gave Clinton the state by 44,000 votes.
  • Virginia (13 electoral votes) was Clinton’s by 212,000, but 200,000 criminals were allowed to vote. Johnson and independent candidate Evan McMullen siphoned off 172,000 votes.
  • New Mexico (5 electoral votes) fell to Clinton by 65,600 votes, with Johnson taking 74,000. This was a state where Johnson’s presence very easily could have cost Trump the win.
  • Nevada (6 electoral votes): Clinton won by 27,000, and Johnson took 37,000.
  • Colorado (9 electoral votes):Trump lost by 136,000 and Johnson took 144,000 with McMullen another 28,000.

Trump lost these seven states by a total of 510,000 votes — shifting 51 electoral votes and narrowly denying him a massive landslide territory. The “flip factor” — what is needed to reverse the decision — was a mere 260,000 votes. Trump gained 290,000 votes more than Romney in Pennsylvania alone between 2012 and 2016.

In short, the fake news media is missing a much larger story: that the Democrats are teetering on the edge of an abyss that could see them utterly wiped out in 2018 and 2020."


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That puts in a new light.  Can you pin this thread moderator?
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EarlyGrayce

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That puts in a new light.  Can you pin this thread moderator?


hehe an excellent idea. dewey, please lock this thread for me. I need to keep any replies from refuting my math.

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... Trump lost these seven states by a total of 510,000 votes — shifting 51 electoral votes and narrowly denying him a massive landslide territory. The “flip factor” — what is needed to reverse the decision — was a mere 260,000 votes. Trump gained 290,000 votes more than Romney in Pennsylvania alone between 2012 and 2016.

In short, the fake news media is missing a much larger story: that the Democrats are teetering on the edge of an abyss that could see them utterly wiped out in 2018 and 2020."


Trump made a strategic decision to run a campaign where he would get more blue-collar workers than he'd lose from traditional GOP voters - and it worked. The GOP needs to coalesce around advancing the most popular aspects of his agenda to really sink the Dems further.

CBS has formed a study group to track Trump's approval and popularity - http://www.cbsnews.com/news/nation-tracker-poll-does-trump-support-have-a-ceiling-or-a-floor/. I like the way they've divided it into 4 sub-groups:

In this study, people separated themselves into four groups: the strongest of Trump backers (who we’ll call the Believers 22%); those backing him but waiting for him to deliver (the Conditionals 22%); those opposing him for now but waiting to see some results (the Curious 21%) and those who seem immovably, firmly opposed (The Resistors. 35%) We’ll plan to follow these groups over time. 

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Easier said than done when the guy has no actual policy proposals.



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The GOP needs to coalesce around advancing the most popular aspects of his agenda to really sink the Dems further.
 
keepinitreal

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He's trying to strengthen the immigration problem and strengthen our borders mike. That's not policy proposals?

18 EOs (or more) do you know any of them?

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Easier said than done when the guy has no actual policy proposals.

Trump's agenda has policy positions (i.e. goals). Trump's an executive, not a detailed policy wonk. He gets a lot of input on how to achieve each goal, determines a course and guides it along.

We know you won't find this satisfactory...
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Is this the best they have to offer?


http://www.sfgate.com/news/politics/article/AP-FACT-CHECK-Democrats-cite-fake-tweet-to-10932496.php

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Yes, I'm afraid it is

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Easier said than done when the guy has no actual policy proposals.





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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
keepinitreal

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Originally Posted by EarlyGrayce
dems babbling about the popular vote. Here's the real numbers that matter. 

"Trump’s victory was quite small compared to what it might have been. Consider:
  • Maine (4 electoral votes) went to Clinton 3-1 (with CD 2 going to Trump) by just under 22,200 votes. Libertarian Gary Johnson took 38,000. Most analysts agree that he disproportionately took from Trump.
  • New Hampshire (4 electoral votes) was carried by Clinton by a mere 2,800 votes. Johnson took 30,000.
  • Minnesota (10 electoral votes) saw Trump make a very strong surge. Richard Baris, of People’s Pundit Daily polling — the most accurate poll in the election — told me that on Election Day itself, outside of Minneapolis Trump won the state 2-to-1. But early voting, much of it coming during the Access Hollywood tape, gave Clinton the state by 44,000 votes.
  • Virginia (13 electoral votes) was Clinton’s by 212,000, but 200,000 criminals were allowed to vote. Johnson and independent candidate Evan McMullen siphoned off 172,000 votes.
  • New Mexico (5 electoral votes) fell to Clinton by 65,600 votes, with Johnson taking 74,000. This was a state where Johnson’s presence very easily could have cost Trump the win.
  • Nevada (6 electoral votes): Clinton won by 27,000, and Johnson took 37,000.
  • Colorado (9 electoral votes):Trump lost by 136,000 and Johnson took 144,000 with McMullen another 28,000.

Trump lost these seven states by a total of 510,000 votes — shifting 51 electoral votes and narrowly denying him a massive landslide territory. The “flip factor” — what is needed to reverse the decision — was a mere 260,000 votes. Trump gained 290,000 votes more than Romney in Pennsylvania alone between 2012 and 2016.

In short, the fake news media is missing a much larger story: that the Democrats are teetering on the edge of an abyss that could see them utterly wiped out in 2018 and 2020."



I love me some Fergie but that National Anthem rendition was not real good

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"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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It seems dems are tripling down on their muh Russia silliness.  

People are loving their tax cuts and their jobs.  Going to be hard not to like this President.
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I love me some Fergie but that National Anthem rendition was not real good

Trump is on it.

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If he had actually said that it would be hilarious 
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uwApoligist

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If he had actually said that it would be hilarious 

I actually did not bother to look.  Agree would have been funny.  I figured it was a troll post, but did not take the time to double check.
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What else is new?
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Once again humor escapes the liberal mind. I guess when your whole foundation of beliefs has been shown to be a failure it’s hard to keep a sunny disposition
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Confused and desperate.  It eats away at freshy as well.
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Socialists are like the average American male that had their sense of humor removed at their wedding ceremony. Only in the case of Socialists, they were neutered during the Leftist indoctrination phase of their younger lives, and had the lobotomy performed before age 18.
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Another example of how the dems/libs have become a fringe party. This is the kind of results that you get from their failing socialist agenda.



"CYPRESS, Texas — For the second year in a row, a transgender wrestler has won the Texas girls’ Class 6A 110-pound division.

Mack Beggs, an 18-year-old senior from Euless Trinity High School near Dallas, entered the tournament in Cypress outside of Houston with an undefeated record. He beat Chelsea Sanchez — who he beat for the title in 2017 — in the final match Saturday."

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No. Again distortion and lack of reading. He wants to compete with boys, but state regulations require him to compete for the gender he was recorded to be at birth. So actually the opposite...

The dem states prefer to allow the student to compete in the gender he or she identifies with, so this particular issue would not occur. Others might, but not this one.
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Believe what you want to believe. At least try to be informed. 
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She is taking testosterone, a substance that would disqualify any other competitor. Does that look like a girl in your world Twep?
You want to be a girl that claims to be a boy fine. Have at it. But that doesn’t give you any special rights. Once you violate rules you suffer the consequences. She shouldn’t be allowed to wrestle, period. It’s not a right.
That’s the problems with the fringe kooks. They want , want, want, but don’t think they need to accommodate any one else or follow any existing rules..


The look on the referee’s face says it all. Total disgust

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So if he wants to compete with boys then he knows he's cheating.  Just like politics, dems and trannies cheat
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"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
uwApoligist

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Poor kid.  I feel bad for him/her caught up in liberal goofiness.
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That's fo sho
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"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
EarlyGrayce

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How does freshdewwilliekazoo spin this? The smug liberal Very Wise People like those three losers seem continually emo and lost. 2020 gonna be great.




"The American manufacturing renaissance is still defying expectations.

Over the last 12 months, manufacturers have added 224,000 jobs. That’s the biggest annual gain since 1998, according to Wall Street economist Joe LaVorgna. Since the 2016 election, the economy has added 263,000 manufacturing jobs. Last month, 31,000 new manufacturing jobs came online.

It wasn’t supposed to be this way, according to the Very Wise People. Donald Trump’s promises to bring back manufacturing jobs was widely derided as impossible, and his supporters were mocked as suckers.

“Trump won’t be able to ‘make American great again’ by bringing back production jobs,” Mark Muro, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution wrote.

“What happens when people realize they’ve been taken?” Wharton emeritus professor of management Stephen J. Kobrin asked. “When people realize that he can’t bring back jobs and that they are not better off than they were two years ago, how does he use it–who does he blame it on?”

“Manufacturing jobs are never coming back,” Ben Casselman of FiveThirtyEight declared in the summer of 2016.

Instead of focusing on reviving the manufacturing sector, politicians should focus on managing its decline, the Very Wise People insisted."


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I guess just like that arrogant failure Obummer nobody realized there is a magic wand.
It’s called common sense leadership i

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It wasn’t supposed to be this way, according to the Very Wise People. Donald Trump’s promises to bring back manufacturing jobs was widely derided as impossible, and his supporters were mocked as suckers.


Left-wing media, mum

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Hoest question.  Will unions ever vote dem again?




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