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originally posted by: elementalgrove
a reply to: cuckooold
I have seen bits and pieces of Trump talking and I am honestly shocked at how well fluoride, neurotoxins, brain dead "entertainment", abhorrent mains stream music, right on down to the deliberate dumbing down of Americans through the education system has worked.
This guy is so clearly working for the elite to divide the masses and guarantee a Hillary presidency that it is not even funny.
The psy-op is real my friends.
Just to be clear I see Clinton supporters in the same light!
originally posted by: jjkenobi
If Democrats really think Trump is a liberal wouldn't they be glad he's running and want him in office? Instead of throwing everything and the kitchen sink to try and derail him?
I'm voting Trump because he's not a lifelong politician and he's not owned by banks/special interests. Unlike Hillary and Bernie.
originally posted by: Abinkadoo
a reply to: enlightenedservant
I understand that completely. There definitely needs to be a line for flip flopping. But like someone said, the flip flop dilemma only came about once trump announced his running.
In the archives of The New York Times, which go back to 1851, the earliest unequivocal mention of "flip-flop" as a change in someone's opinion, is in an October 23, 1890, report of a campaign speech in New York City. John W. Goff, candidate for district attorney, said of one of his opponents: "I would like to hear Mr. Nicoll explain his great flip-flop, for three years ago, you know, as the Republican candidate for District Attorney, he bitterly denounced Tammany as a party run by bosses and in the interest of bossism.... Nicoll, who three years ago was denouncing Tammany, is its candidate to-day."