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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
    They are consistently far to the right of the other pollsters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith&Co. View Post
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    It seems that HRC, and those of the left supporters have and will not accept defeat.
    What's even funnier, though, is Trump's rally. He is still campaigning because that's more fun than leading. He will not accept victory!

    He brings up the election result nearly every time he speaks. He answered a question about anti-semitism by talking about his electoral votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelo View Post
    So is this:
    Donald Trump won 48% of college whites in the exit poll. His approval w/them in Pew Thursday = 36%; Millennials at 24%.

    And this:
    http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/...p-job-approval

    And this:

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/201617/gallup-daily-trump-job-approval.aspx



    Overall it looks like Cheato's approval rating is hovering in the mid-to-high thirties ... I only hope he can hang on long enough to destroy Republican prospects in 2018.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blastula View Post
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    What's even funnier, though, is Trump's rally. He is still campaigning because that's more fun than leading. He will not accept victory!

    He brings up the election result nearly every time he speaks. He answered a question about anti-semitism by talking about his electoral votes.
    And when directly confronted with his lies in that press conference he merely said "well that was the information I was given". Reminds me of the Bush administration's "the President is not a fact-checker".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowy Man View Post
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    He brings up the election result nearly every time he speaks. He answered a question about anti-semitism by talking about his electoral votes.
    And when directly confronted with his lies in that press conference he merely said "well that was the information I was given". Reminds me of the Bush administration's "the President is not a fact-checker".
    The real question should be "Who gave you that information?". Then find out if that person also gave the same information to Mike Pence and fire him for lying to the Vice President if he did.

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    Is it just me, or are all the other republican politicians being really quiet today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarpedon View Post
    Is it just me, or are all the other republican politicians being really quiet today?
    To be fair, that's just because it's a long weekend. On February 17th, 1621, Myles Standish was appointed as the first commander of the English Plymouth Colony in North America and most congresspeople are home to celebrate the occasion with their families. You can't really fault them for that anymore than you can fault them for being similarly quiet on Monday because it's not appropriate for politicians to have unkind words for the President on the anniversary of the founding of the US Postal Service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Sawyer View Post
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    Is it just me, or are all the other republican politicians being really quiet today?
    To be fair, that's just because it's a long weekend. On February 17th, 1621, Myles Standish was appointed as the first commander of the English Plymouth Colony in North America and most congresspeople are home to celebrate the occasion with their families. You can't really fault them for that anymore than you can fault them for being similarly quiet on Monday because it's not appropriate for politicians to have unkind words for the President on the anniversary of the founding of the US Postal Service.
    Or they're resting up for tomorrow's Great Campaign Rally in Melbourne FL, hoping to help their candidate get elec -
    no, wait....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarpedon View Post
    Is it just me, or are all the other republican politicians being really quiet today?
    Not Rep. Chaffetz. He wants to put the Hillary Clinton server guy in prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarpedon View Post
    Is it just me, or are all the other republican politicians being really quiet today?
    Still having breakfast with their wives.

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