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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    That is just the 21st century parade of Republican dumb asses.

    If you go to the 20th century Bedtime for Bonzo and Dan Quayle had to be the dimmest bulbs ever elected to the White House in the late 20th century
    (R) voters do seem far more easily fooled by con men than others. An actor in forgettable movies, and a TV game show host who pretended to be a successful businessman? Gimme a break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish View Post
    Wrong. It showed him allegedly losing every swing state, in which he ended up carrying.
    Virtually Every poll that gets posted here is a national poll. No one, including you, hardly ever posts a Wisconsin poll or a Pennsylvania poll.

    So everyone here, including you, were talking about the national polls in 2016.

    The National polls were spot on the mark at predicting that hillary Clinton was the preference of American voters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Virtually Every poll that gets posted here is a national poll. No one, including you, hardly ever posts a Wisconsin poll or a Pennsylvania poll.

    So everyone here, including you, were talking about the national polls in 2016.

    The National polls were spot on the mark at predicting that hillary Clinton was the preference of American voters
    Actually that was off too. Had her winning by 8-10pts only won by 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish View Post
    Actually that was off too. Had her winning by 8-10pts only won by 3.
    Nope. The race tightened at the end of October showing a Clinton lead of about two or three percent. Probably because of the Comey thing. And that statistically was was right on the mark for the November 7 vote, when Americans expressed a preference for Ms. Clinton

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    (R) voters do seem far more easily fooled by con men than others. An actor in forgettable movies, and a TV game show host who pretended to be a successful businessman? Gimme a break.
    Besides stupidity, Republicans also seem to like criminals and corruption. In our lifetime, two Republican presidents have been impeached, and one Republican Vice President had to resign because of felony tax evasion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    Besides stupidity, Republicans also seem to like criminals and corruption. In our lifetime, two Republican presidents have been impeached, and one Republican Vice President had to resign because of felony tax evasion.
    Yep. All that kowtowing to Xtian evangelists and solemn mutterings about family values is just so much bullshit, isn't it?
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    Hello ThatOwlWoman,

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatOwlWoman View Post
    (R) voters do seem far more easily fooled by con men than others. An actor in forgettable movies, and a TV game show host who pretended to be a successful businessman? Gimme a break.
    Don't forget the 'Mission Accomplished' pretender chickenhawk who acted like he had this big military career but really went AWOL from the National Guard for 6 months and then had his rich connected daddy 'fix things up.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Don't forget the 'Mission Accomplished' pretender chickenhawk who acted like he had this big military career but really went AWOL from the National Guard for 6 months and then had his rich connected daddy 'fix things up.'
    For sure. In retrospect though, I kinda miss that guy, compared to the horror that dwells in our White House now. lol
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