Sunday, May 01, 2016

More Republicans are slowly accepting the inevitability of Donald Trump's nomination, but he may have some difficulty finding a running mate.

So it appears that just the other day Marco Rubio, who bitterly exchanged barbs with Trump during the debates, had a slight change of heart:

Rubio reiterated that he’s not making an endorsement but will support the Republican nominee in the general election. He said Trump’s “performance has improved significantly” in recent weeks.

Talk about "damned with faint praise."

Rubio is not the only one who has caved to pressure to accept Trump's inevitable nomination:  

“We've had enough intraparty fighting. Now's the time to stitch together a winning coalition,” said Jon Huntsman, the former governor of Utah. “And it's been clear almost from the beginning that Donald Trump has the ability to assemble a nontraditional bloc of supporters. … The ability to cut across traditional party boundaries — like '80, '92 and 2008 — will be key, and Trump is much better positioned to achieve that.” 

And to think I used to kind of respect John Huntsman's integrity.

However acceptance of his nomination is not enough to convince a number of Republicans to share the ticket with Donald Trump.

Courtesy of the New York Times:

It’s a time-honored tradition for politicians to deny any interest in the vice presidency. But this year, with the possibility of Donald J. Trump as the Republican nominee, they really mean it. 

“Never,” said Chris Schrimpf, a spokesman for Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, who is still running against Mr. Trump. “No chance.” 

“Hahahahahahahahaha,” wrote Sally Bradshaw, a senior adviser to Jeb Bush, when asked if he would consider it. 

“Scott Walker has a visceral negative reaction to Trump’s character,” said Ed Goeas, a longtime adviser to the Wisconsin governor. 

Or, as Senator Lindsey Graham put it, “That’s like buying a ticket on the Titanic.” 

A remarkable range of leading Republicans, including Gov. Nikki Haley of South Carolina and Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, have been emphatic publicly or with their advisers and allies that they do not want to be considered as Mr. Trump’s running mate.

No worries, I'm sure that Meatloaf or Dennis Rodman would be more than happy to join the ticket. 

Personally I am not sure that there is really any way for the Republican party to coalesce around a clown like Donald Trump.

I think we are seeing the beginning of the end of the Republican party as we know it.

That could be a good thing, or a very very bad thing. 

97 comments:

  1. He'll have no problem finding people to VOLUNTEER to be his running mate. Whether he accepts them or not is another story.

    For example: No doubt Sarah's serpent's heart is going pitter-patter at the thought of being Trump's VP running mate.

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    1. Anonymous11:59 AM

      I don't think he would be stupid enough as to select Palin as his running mate!

      I'm sure she has been vetted (by his small group) and is out of the selection process by a shit load!

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    2. Anonymous12:52 PM

      Even though I think Trump is an arrogant know-nothing bullying gasbag with the emotional maturity of a maldeveloped 15yr old, I still think he is smart enough to recognize that Palin is widely viewed as an imbecile.

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    3. Anonymous1:51 PM

      She certainly matches him in the loudmouth shit-bag department. I just think he will go for someone a little different from himself.

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  2. Anonymous11:33 AM

    Trump/Palin 2016 (oh please, oh please, oh please!)

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    1. Anonymous12:55 PM

      Trump probably told Sarah and her shadow to shut up about ESPN and bringing up old quotes by Mike Tyson due to his close association with Tyson in the past. Trump and Palin really are not in sync with many issues!

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    2. It's much more likely to be:

      Trump/Christie

      Trump/Carson

      Trump/Gingrich

      They've all said they're open to the VP spot.

      Since Trump is so hand on control freaky he is going to want a yes-man, weak, wimpy VP who will sit down, shut up, follow orders and won't don anything to contradict or take the spotlight away from Trump.

      That leave out both Christie and Gingrich.

      I'm not sure Trump would want a black or female running mate.

      When you figure in the long list of Republicans who won't have anything to do with him, not even for the possibility of being VP with a future shot at the Oval Office, you might be looking at:

      Trump/Trump

      He'll chose one of his kids.

      doG help us.

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    3. Anonymous2:20 PM

      Trump/Narcissus 2016!

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    4. Anonymous2:55 PM

      Trump/Paul Ryan

      Trump/Marco Rubio

      Donaldass T Rump/Scott Walker

      Donaldass T Rump/Tim Scott

      Donaldass T Rump/Scott Brown

      Best, I've got.

      dowl

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    5. Anonymous3:15 PM

      Anon 12:55 Trump uses the "rape" word referring to China today...
      Oh I think Sarah got the word to STFU!
      Trump's use of the analogy come as Trump is under fire for remarks he made about Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton that critics are calling sexist and for touting the endorsement of boxer Mike Tyson, who was convicted of rape in Indiana.

      Trump has claimed that Clinton -- a former secretary of state, senator and first lady -- is using "the woman card" to get elected and that she would not have a shot at the presidency if she were not a woman.

      Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Trump's main competitor in the Indiana GOP primary, slammed Trump for touting Tyson's support, whom Trump referred to as a "tough guy."

      "I don't think rapists are tough guys. I think rapists are weak, they're bullies and they're cowards," Cruz said Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation."

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  3. Anonymous11:46 AM

    DO NOT underestimate the depths to which the GOP will sink in order to win. Do not EVER. This is not a shoo-in for the Democratic Party by any means.

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    1. Anonymous12:18 PM

      Agreed. Wouldn't put it past Trump to pay/bribe to have Hillary indicted for all or any of the charges the GOP think she's responsible for. Then call Sanders a communist/socialist and that dog whistle will shoo Trump and his downline Gang into office.
      After all, in many states it only takes 1 Rep. vote for 2 or 3 Democratic votes.

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  4. Anonymous11:53 AM

    Maybe he'll pick John Boehner. That would absolutely kill the Trumpkins, because they're convinced that Boehner was a liberal RINO devil who spent his entire career plotting with Barack Obama on how to destroy the United States.

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    1. Böhner won't agree. He also hates Trump. Not as much as Cruz but pretty close.

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    2. Anonymous1:35 PM

      Why do you think Trump hates Boehner 1:21??
      Boehner just stated they are good texting friends.

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    3. Anonymous1:59 PM

      I got such a kick out of President Obama and John Boehner appearing together last night at the White House Correspondence Dinner. Was funny as could be!! Great job President Obama!!

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    4. Böhner hates Trump.

      Böhner also hates Cruz.

      Böhner hates Cruz more than Trump.

      Just because they are texting buddies doesn't mean Böhner would want Trump as president or even as the Republican nominee.

      Clear now?

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  5. AKinPA11:56 AM

    And to think I used to kind of respect John Huntsman's integrity.

    I did too, Gryph. I thought he would have been a formidable opponent 2012.

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    1. Anonymous4:13 AM

      Me also, too! I thought he was way too intelligent to be a gop politician. Sure was fooled, eh?

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  6. Anonymous11:57 AM

    Every time I look at Trump's face I want to puke! The guy makes me literally ill! He'd be a god awful POTUS! The foreign country heads even think he is a joke!

    There is no way in hell he'll ever be elected POTUS! The Republican Party will sink even lower should they pick him as their nominee!

    Can you imagine having to run on the same ticket with him in the VP slot? That will scar the VP candidate for the rest of his or her career/life!

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    1. Anonymous12:48 PM

      He is ugly. Mad max world old fat ugly.

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    2. Anonymous2:59 PM

      Donaldass T Rump Drumpf Stump, the short-fingered vulgarian, POTUS of the US Idiocracy.

      dowl

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  7. Anonymous11:58 AM

    To broaden his base he'll pick two VP's 'cause he likes to be in the middle, Caitlyn Jenner AND Sarah Palin.

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  8. Anonymous11:59 AM

    The Republican party is nearly fractured beyond repair. I have conjectured all along since last August that if Trump gained his party's nomination that the party had two choices: destroy it by denying him the nomination and Trump builds his own party wing, runs as an independent and loses to Hillary or they don't contest his nomination in any way but let him sink on his own as the party standard bearer and then begin the process rebuilding a new conservative party which embraces a platform of fiscal conservatism but returns to a more measured approach to social issues and hope to win back house and senate seats in the next election cycle. They know they will lose this POTUS race regardless so the logical course is to start rebranding the party into a party that can offer balance and unity. Trump loses regardless.

    Sheesh

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    1. I've always thought Trump was out to destroy the GOP because they laughed at him when he made his last bids for the Presidency. This could still be his end-game, before dementia claims him.

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    2. Anonymous1:48 PM

      I agree with you Barbara. Trump's goal is to stick it to the GOP by becoming the nominee. If he destroys the GOP on the way, all the better. He's a nasty little man.

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  9. Anonymous12:04 PM

    So Huntsman is touting 1992 and 2008? They lost those. And Reagan only won in 1980 because of his underhanded deals with Iran. Funny that the self-called religious right rejected the only true Christian this country has elected: Jimmy Carter.

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    1. Anonymous12:22 PM

      And they would crucify -- or water board -- Jesus Christ if he appeared again.

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  10. Anonymous12:04 PM

    Hillary,

    I cannot trust a presidential candidate whose daughter's publicly named father is different from her biological one. If you can't be honest about that, what are you honest about?

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    1. Anonymous12:18 PM

      LOL

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    2. Anonymous12:31 PM

      And you know this as an indisputable fact? Politically slanted blogs don't count.

      Link?

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    3. Anonymous1:11 PM

      You mean Ivanka is not Trump's biological daughter?

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    4. Are you now claiming that Chelsea is not the daughter of Bill and Hillary? Truly?

      Have you looked at Chelsea? She has obvious features from both of her biological parents; Bill and Hillary.

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    5. Anonymous1:30 PM

      Are you saying Hillary had an affair? And you pulled this gem out of your ass? It certainly wasn't out of your brain.

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    6. Anonymous1:36 PM

      Lol !!!!!!!

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    7. Anonymous1:37 PM

      Nice attempt, 12:04 PM.
      Perhaps you should message Britol for moral support. If anyone knows that shtick, it's her.

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    8. Anonymous1:46 PM

      This is a very old Right Wing Nut Job talking point. 12:04 is either a very old RWNJ, or a new one who has recently discovered it.

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    9. Anonymous2:01 PM

      You are one colossal idiot.

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    10. Anonymous2:03 PM

      I really don't get the rigntwingers who post here. What are they hoping to achieve? Is it just the momentary "tingle" of trolldom? What a way to live.

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    11. Anonymous2:05 PM

      12:04 : sorry, but your $arah is not running and never will be running for President!

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    12. Anonymous2:27 PM

      $error forever, 2:03 PM.
      Best ignored.

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    13. Anonymous4:20 AM

      12;04 Did you vote for little lumpy Johnny with $carah as his running mate? ot so, you voted for a woman who has a pimp as a husand, a drug addict for a son (who had another man as his biological father)a nymphomaniac for a duaghter, and a drunken brawling mess of a family. Not a single intelligent one in the entire group.

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  11. Anonymous12:14 PM

    Bernie Sanders crushed Donald Trump’s dreams of winning over his supporters by proclaiming that his supporters will never vote for Trump during a press conference at the National Press Club.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/05/01/gonna-it-bernie-sanders-vows-supporters-vote-trump.html

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    1. Anonymous1:44 PM

      Do all his supporters know that because Ive heard or read more than one of them proclaiming they will be voting for Trump if Sanders doesn't get the nomination.

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    2. Maple3:46 PM

      There's more than ample evidence that you can't believe all you read on the internet. Think about that for a minute, won't you?

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    3. 1:44

      If that's what you've read it just goes to prove they are trolling Republicans posing as "Bernie Bros".

      Then again, we always knew there were Republicans posing as Sanders supporters just to smear Sanders and Hillary.

      Sorta Trojan Trolls.

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  12. Piece of cake. Plenty of folks in the media shadows are anxious for their moment in the limelight.

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  13. Anonymous12:22 PM

    I think Jon Huntsman is being the diplomat he once was. This is the same man who recently praised Hillary Clinton's performance as Secretary of State in her dealings with China, from his up close and personal view of proceedings.

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  14. Anonymous12:22 PM

    Donnie, Ted Nugent is available!

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    1. LOL.

      And he'd be willing too.

      He'd just need a handler to tell him what he was supposed to do as VP and make sure he shows up to do it.

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  15. Anonymous12:30 PM

    I always thought the donald would use a mirror for his running mate.

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    1. Anonymous2:04 PM

      Exactly! But I hear Narcissus is available! Trump/Narcissus 2016! Spread it!

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  16. Anonymous12:36 PM

    Robert Gates Says Trump Has No F*cking Idea What He’s Talking About

    Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is not a fan of Donald Trump, and he has no problem telling the American people that the billionaire would be a mistake. On Sunday’s episode of ABC’s This Week, he did exactly that.

    Guest host Martha Raddatz asked Gates what he thought about the speech the Republican frontrunner gave on foreign policy earlier in the week and like former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Gates was not impressed:

    “I think based on the speech you’d have somebody who doesn’t understand the difference between a business negotiation and a negotiation with sovereign powers. For example, he, on the one hand, says we need to be a more reliable ally to our friends. And then in the next breath he basically says we’re going to rip up all those burden-sharing agreements that we’ve had over the decades with them and make them go their own way if they don’t pay for everything.”

    During Trump’s speech he did, in fact, contradict himself. He claimed he was going to take care of our allies, but then he said that many of them aren’t paying their “fair share” and if he were president he would make those countries (mostly in the Middle East) “defend themselves.”

    Gates also slammed Trump for his inability to take advice:

    http://addictinginfo.org/2016/05/01/bushs-secretary-of-defense-says-trump-has-no-fcking-idea-what-hes-talking-about/

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  17. Anonymous12:42 PM

    That putz George Will said that the Republicans should just let Trump lose and then fight like hell to make Hillary Clinton a one term President. Where have we heard this strategy before? Also, the big money donors are going to throw all their money in the Senate, House and State Governorship races. Census is in 2020 in four short years and congressional boundaries will be redrawn and gerrymandered if we don't get out and vote in the states that elect Governors this year and in two years. We must turn the Senate blue and as many state governorships as possible.

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  18. Anonymous12:47 PM

    Trump/Palin 2016!
    Come out and your @ss kicked!

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  19. Anonymous12:49 PM

    It will be Marco Rubio. What's your guess?

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    1. Anonymous1:38 PM

      No way

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    2. Anonymous1:43 PM

      It would be fun to watch both of them to ignore all the previous "little Marco" slams.

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    3. Anonymous1:53 PM

      If Rubio agrees to be on the ticket, he'd ruin his political career for the rest his life!

      Plus, a Trump/Rubio ticket will lost Hillary Clinton which will only make it worse for Rubio!

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    4. As long as it looks like Trump is getting the nomination, I'd go for Trump/Huntsman. I just don't think Hillary is electable.

      Just my opinion...

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    5. No, it won't.

      Rubio will not be able to swallow his disdain enough to agree.

      And Trump will not ask him because he considers him a "loser" by his own definition.

      It will be Christie if it is anyone.

      I doubt Trump would have a black, hispanic or woman as his running mate.

      I also think Trump cut a deal with Christie to make him his VP for Christie's endorsement. Everyone remarked on Christie's whipped puppy look on the stage next to Trump before he was dismissed.

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  20. Anonymous12:56 PM

    "No worries, I'm sure that Meatloaf or Dennis Rodman would be more than happy to join the ticket"

    Are you kidding me???!!! What are you, some sort of low energy looooooser?

    All rill 'mercans know in their bones that there is one, and only one, person for tRump's vp:

    Chuck.

    F'ing.

    Norris.

    (drop mic here) boooyah........

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    1. Anonymous1:21 PM

      Bingo.

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    2. Balzafiar7:28 AM

      Ah yes; Norris, homophobic king of the D-List bad acting school. Just what we need.

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  21. At several tRump rallies I've seen Carl Paladino (R - NY)
    lurking in the background. It would not surprise me if he becomes tRump's pick for VP. He's a truly disgusting little creature and if you think The Donald is a racist & a bully, you ain't seen nothin' yet!

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    1. Eeew, there's no end to the list of cringe-inducing people he could pick.

      Hey maybe we could have a "Trump VP Barf-Off".

      Which makes you hurl more? Trump/Palladino or Trump/LePaige?

      How about Trump/Christie or Trump/Scott?

      We could arrange the contests in brackets using the NCAA basketball template, and see who goes on to be the most Barf-worthy ticket!

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    2. Anonymous3:51 PM

      Oh, good grief, NOT Paladino! I live in western NY and had to endure that slime's campaign 6 years ago. He was truly a despicable waste of oxygen - foul mouthed, racist, nasty. He sent numerous disgustingly obscene and racist emails to his mailing list and was shocked when people were offended. I could not bear to have both Trump and Paladino all over the media for months.

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    3. Anonymous10:26 AM

      Yea, and then ask President Obama to put together the brackets (presidential race) like he has done annually for basketball. Would be a hoot!!!

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  22. I think the underlying fault with all this is that running for president or any other elected office should not be a PERFORMANCE. You are asking to be a public servant, to serve the people. You should be sincere in your beliefs so people know where you stand. If they do not agree with those beliefs, you lose.

    It should not be a fool as many people, do what you want, put on a show, get rich, only your personal beliefs, protect only your friends sort of job.

    Yeah, we need campaign reform. But we also need a entirely different type of people to run for office.

    Politics should not be a reality show, where the basest of human traits is rewarded. (Yeah, I'm talking to you, Survivor.)

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    1. Anonymous1:40 PM

      That's the problem. A controlled media, where investigative journalism has been replaced by sensationalism and dimwits suck it up as truth. w

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    2. Anonymous1:50 PM

      Any time you have to state that you will 'act' presidential when necessary, should put ALL Americans on notice that Trump is nothing more than a first- class fraud!

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    3. Anonymous10:23 AM

      If Trump were elected POTUS, he'd put the screws to the press....he'd control it completely. He's already doing so and knocking the press/media every chance he gets (in the majority of his speeches).

      He's the second coming of Hitler - no doubt about it. A control freak that is a self-declared racist!

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  23. Anonymous1:21 PM

    I', betting Trump will nominate himself as his running mate.

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    1. Anonymous1:48 PM

      Or, his oldest daughter, whom he seems more enthralled with than his two older sons!

      That would be a complete joke!!!

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  24. Wait, wait! I've got it!

    Donald Trump / Jon Snow 2016!

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    1. Jon Snow would never agree.

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  25. Anonymous2:11 PM

    "98 Lawmakers Ask Paul Ryan To Disband Panel Going After Planned Parenthood Over Debunked Video"

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/4/30/1521838/--98-Lawmakers-Ask-Paul-Ryan-To-Disband-Panel-Going-After-Planned-Parenthood-Over-Debunked-Video

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  26. Anonymous2:18 PM

    Elizabeth Warren: "Trump feels threatened by Clinton's qualifications to be president."

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2016/04/28/warren-calls-trump-weak-sexist/RHLGHpJbBEs8vg4XLSEzgJ/story.html

    http://www.dailykos.com/stories/2016/5/1/1521995/-Elizabeth-Warren-Trump-feels-threatened-by-Clinton-s-qualifications-to-be-president

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    1. Anonymous3:24 PM

      Thank you, Senator Elizabeth Warren!

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  27. Anonymous2:24 PM

    Hillary Just Responded To Obama Making Fun Of Her At Dinner, And It’s Perfect (TWEET)

    http://addictinginfo.org/2016/05/01/hillary-just-responded-to-obama-making-fun-of-her-at-dinner-and-its-perfect-tweet/

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  28. A J Billings2:24 PM

    If DrumpF sticks to his statement about "someone who can help with legislation", that would rule out the Wasilla Idiot completely.

    $tupid $arah doesn't know the first thing about DC politics, law, governance, history, Robert's rules, Congressional protocol, or how to do any work.

    Gingrich as VP would mean a PAIR of 3 time adulterous assholes on the same ticket. Legislation, yes, everything else is a minus.

    Dr Alzheimers Ben Carson would be a disastrous choice, as he showed so poorly in polls and is obviously in early onset dementia. I doubt DrumpF wants a religious freak on his team that can't enjoy a 2 pound ribeye. Rill men eat steak, right?

    Christie is possible, but I would think DrumpF would reach out to for Mary Fallin from Oklahoma.
    Woman card, popular with the Christo fascists, sitting Governor of a deep red state, and could turn into a pit bull against Hillary.

    He could also go with Rick Scott, Governor of Florida. Far right rabid Teaparty type and a swing state delivery system.

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  29. Anonymous2:31 PM

    Fox News Looks Donald Trump In The Eye And Tells Him That He Can’t Win In November

    Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace looked Donald Trump in the eye and told him that he can't win in November with his terrible approval rating with Hispanics....(and women, and gays, and Muslims, and Jews...)

    ...Fox News tried to puncture the fantasy world of Donald Trump, but all that Chris Wallace got in return was empty promises of how Trump will beat Hillary Clinton.

    Here is a newsflash for Trump. Hillary Clinton isn’t Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Scott Walker, Jeb Bush and the other clowns that Trump beat in the Republican primary. Hillary Clinton is at a whole different level. It took a candidate as gifted as Barack Obama to beat Clinton in 2008, and Trump is no Obama.

    Fox News and the rest of the GOP better run for the life rafts, because Donald J. Trump is the unsinkable Republican Titanic, who is so blinded by the fog of his own arrogance that he doesn’t see the gigantic Clinton iceberg waiting to sink him.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/05/01/fox-news-donald-trump-eye-tells-win-november.html

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    1. Anonymous10:18 AM

      Wish I'd seen this segment, but never view FOX!

      Did anyone see it? Curious - how did Trump react to Wallace telling him he's going to lose in November?

      Hope it made him squirm on his fat ass!

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    2. Never thought I'd see the day when Fox News went against a Republican presidential candidate.

      What next? Pro Hillary?

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  30. Anonymous2:54 PM

    Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders is the most liked of any presidential candidate according to a recent survey, but it’s the sitting POTUS who is enjoying the highest ratings.

    USA Today reports that one of Obama’s best jokes at the White House’s press correspondents dinner referenced his surging popularity.

    The President said, “In my final year, my approval ratings keep going up. The last time I was this high, I was trying to decide on my major.”

    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/3052515/poll-bernie-sanders-most-favorable-candidate-obama-beats-entire-field/#WGkfRwwHjl5IfdhZ.99

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    1. Anonymous3:23 PM

      He's losing a national contest, but he's "liked." No thanks.

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    2. Anonymous10:14 AM

      So love the humor of President Obama! He's going to be missed.

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  31. As for a running mate....all he has to do is promise Chris Christie free donuts and pizza.

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    1. I think he already promised Christie the VP slot for his endorsement. That would explain Christie's wife's facial smirks. She knows she is going to have to campaign with the clown and Melania. She is not happy about it.

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  32. Anonymous4:06 PM

    So, fellow IMers, if the Donald wins the nomination, does that mean Sarah Palin is a winner, too?

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    1. Anita Winecooler5:15 PM

      Oh goodie, we'd get to read Nancy say "My mom won by a chin, and she wasn't even running".
      Sarah's good for one thing..... wrapping fish at the market.

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  33. Anita Winecooler5:12 PM

    Trump/Tyson has a nice ring to it. Not a brain among both.

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    1. Our Lad8:24 PM

      I dreamed last night that I was in a band with Bo Diddley, Danny Thomas and Donald Trump, we called him Sticks. Man oh man.

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  34. Anonymous8:37 PM

    http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2016/05/01/3774275/trump-doubles-down-sexist-clinton-comments/

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  35. Anonymous4:06 AM

    Bobby Knight for VP

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  36. Anonymous10:11 AM

    I don't know why anyone would ACCEPT Donald Trump and the way he is - which includes being a bully, racist, liar, fraud, antagonist, anti women (unless they are sexy and physically attractive!) and for being an irritating ugly (both internally and externally) human being!

    He's absolutely not qualified to be POTUS in any way, shape or form. The guy is a total ass and does NOT represent the majority of Americans!

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  37. Anonymous12:55 PM

    Trump responds to Wallace that he owns more waterfront property...wtf? He doesn't own squat..banks own it.

    I like Meatloaf.

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