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[–] geovoat 0 points 58 points (+58|-0) ago 

Nice try at getting Trump voters to stay home.

Sanders and Trump voters...keep voting!

The cabal is still trying to crush you.

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[–] moneymonkeytoilet 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Good call there. I didn't see the effect of voter turnout from the article. Now you pointed it out it's clear that's all the article is worth. Like a seed for complacency to grow.

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[–] Unbr0ken 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Yeah, that seems to be the mission. Texas on super Tuesday could very well change the game. Not that I think Cruz would win in delegate count, but it would close the gap enough for the GOP to throw money at him and give him the nod.

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[–] twitch1982 0 points 23 points (+23|-0) ago 

Well I'm glad we won't have to waste all that time having an actual primary season then. The media can just tell us who the candidates will be after 3 states.

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[–] ShowMeThePunny 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

4 states.

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[–] qx9 1 points 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

She's right though. Who is going to beat him now?

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[–] GirlsLoveMyFarts 6 points 1 points (+7|-6) ago 

Bernie Sandwich?

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[–] twitch1982 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Eh, thought they knew in 2008 as well.

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[–] cupaholic 2 points 22 points (+24|-2) ago 

It's establishment-politicians vs. the common-man-outsider. The VAST majority of voters HATE this government and have for years. Shit, decades. When you're fed up, tired, just done, you don't care how you get out of a situation, you just want out. Voters want OUT of $19T in debt, shit economic growth, working more but making less, and so on and so forth. They blame the gov't.

Trump is NOT the gov't.

All other candidates ARE the gov't.

I believe MOST conservatives/Republicans/Independents have the ABC attitude...Anybody But Clinton. Even an ABD attitude. Anything But Democrat.

Again, Trump is NOT the gov't.

All other candidates ARE the gov't.

This is why Trump will not only win the Republican nomination but the general election as well.

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[–] Unbr0ken 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I hope by "gov't" you mean multinational currency manipulating central bankers. Those are truly the rulers of this world. They even call themselves the "Board of governors". Donald knows firsthand how they're willing to destroy legitimate business activities and kill jobs with their profit making artificial boom and bust cycles.

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[–] Dereliction 7 points -3 points (+4|-7) ago 

There is no candidate, running or otherwise, who can fix the problems and system we have right now. No one. Not even the Trumpster.

In some sense, we may be better off with someone like Clinton--hear me out!--because the system will break down faster. Someone like Trump, at best, will only prolong the situation. Having it collapse is the only way we have a chance to build something new. Or at least, someone in a future generation who will have the chance to rise from the ashes of it all.

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[–] Unbr0ken 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I thought the same, but Clinton wants to kick off world war three. This will be a catastrophic loss of white lives, which must be prevented at all costs.

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[–] cupaholic 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

we may be better off with someone like Clinton--hear me out!--because the system will break down faster.

Nope. If she wins, it will business as usual. And that will go on for years and years.

You're hoping for a collapse of America? smh

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[–] RedditIsPropaganda23 3 points 6 points (+9|-3) ago  (edited ago)

You think Trump can survive cheating and rigging vs Hillary?

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[–] sp00kygh0st 1 points 14 points (+15|-1) ago 

Yes, because he's not a pussy like Sanders and will actually call bullshit when he sees it

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[–] Rummel 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Basically this, if Bernie had any backbone, he could have decimated clinton.

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[–] epsilona01 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

5 You want to see him debate.

Not exactly right. We want to see Hillary go on stage, and haul out all her tired, worn-out lies. Then we want to see Trump rip her a new asshole for each one of them.

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[–] ShowMeThePunny 1 points 3 points (+4|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Trump has 6.5% of the delegates required to win, although I admit it's almost impossiblefor him to lose at this point.

The only possible paths I see to defeat is if Cruz can get 50.1% in Texas (making it winner take all), and/or Trump had a meltdown.

Neither of those are terribly likely.

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[–] 4386728? 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Cruz taking Texas is not that far-fetched, and you neglected the possibility of a Rubio meltdown.

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[–] ShowMeThePunny 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

It isn't just taking Texas, it's taking > 50% to make it "winner take all" that would be the game changer.

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[–] Rummel 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Trump's Nevada victory could change this. He is winning big time with Hispanics, and nobody believed he would.

Plus, Cruz seems to be in a defeated tailspin after he had to fire his comms guy

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[–] NedTaggart 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

While I think it is likely, it's not set in stone yet. But I think by this time next week, it could be. According to RCP, Cruz is up by 4 over Trump in Texas 32/28. Cruz is well below what is needed for hit the >50% mark and take all the delegates, but stranger things have happened.

Next Tuesday will be the deciding factor on whether anyone can stop Trump's momentum.

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[–] lame_bird 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yep. As long as other candidates still trying to keep themself in the race, the better for Trump. Lets see after super tuesday, it will either be Trump vs Rubio or Trump vs Cruz, if not Trump pretty much clinches the nomination.

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