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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    you don't find it odd that these cats all go golfing together?
    Your conspiracy crap is getting so dumb and so old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    Your conspiracy crap is getting so dumb and so old.
    a comment like this would really hurt my feelings if it came from someone i respected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    i have no idea what they discussed. neither do you.

    i do think the Pied Piper email speaks volumes, though. and i do know clinton encouraged trump to get back into politics. I doubt they sat there and went, hey, don, go ahead and win the republican nomination and then throw the election. but i think the circumstantial case that the democratic party manipulated the republicans into nominating a weak candidate is pretty strong. they were 80 percent there anyway. the culture of the republican party is such that it's seemingly almost impossible for them to nominate an electable ticket anyway. all the dems would need to do is give them a nudge to nominate a clown candidate in the mold of sarah palin. Trump fits that bill perfectly.

    hey if it's true you should be happy about it. it's quite a clever strategy.
    there isn't any fking evidence that Bill Clinton manipulate the Republican primary ( circumstantial or otherwise). The voters had 16 candidates to choose from and they chose Trump. Please stop insulting your own intelligence by trying to blame the Trump nomination on Bill Clinton. Republican's alone are responsible for the emergence of Trump. Bill Clinton is a 70 year old elder statesman. Not Charles Xavier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the watchman View Post
    there isn't any fking evidence that Bill Clinton manipulate the Republican primary ( circumstantial or otherwise). The voters had 16 candidates to choose from and they chose Trump. Please stop insulting your own intelligence by trying to blame the Trump nomination on Bill Clinton. Republican's alone are responsible for the emergence of Trump. Bill Clinton is a 70 year old elder statesman. Not Charles Xavier.
    well, the article about bill clinton encouraging trump to go back into politics was run by the washington post. I've yet to see anyone deny the authenticity of the Pied Piper email. And we have numerous pictures of the Clintons and the Trumps socializing. (Not just golf.) I've yet to see anyone allege the pictures are fake, either.

    seems like a fair amount of circumstantial evidence to me. wouldn't stand up in a court of law, is my guess, not that it would be illegal anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    i'm sure bill laid it all out over golf more than a year ago.
    I think you need to quit believing in masked video presenters and accept that Trump is simply a megalomaniacal narcissist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    you don't find it odd that these cats all go golfing together?
    I think you are right. I think trump said I'll come out and be as racist and bigoted as I possibly can. We know the majority of republicans will love that and I'll get the nomination. Then I'll continue to campaign on that bigotry and racism to really show where it all resides in the country. I'll insult all the minorities to be sure they don't vote for me and I'll get some prominent republicans to endorse me and embarrass and take them down with me. We'll probably set the republican party back so far they won't ever again elect a republican president! Then clinton probably replied great idea, you using a 7 or 8 on this par 3, careful of that tree on the left side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    I think you are right. I think trump said I'll come out and be as racist and bigoted as I possibly can. We know the majority of republicans will love that and I'll get the nomination. Then I'll continue to campaign on that bigotry and racism to really show where it all resides in the country. I'll insult all the minorities to be sure they don't vote for me and I'll get some prominent republicans to endorse me and embarrass and take them down with me. We'll probably set the republican party back so far they won't ever again elect a republican president! Then clinton probably replied great idea, you using a 7 or 8 on this par 3, careful of that tree on the left side.
    if the clintons knew trump was so racially ignorant and ill-spoken, that's all the more reason for them to try and promote him on the republican side.

    it's interesting this idea seems to bother HRC supporters so much. I think it's a credit to the clintons and the democrats to think they could come up with something so clever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    i have no idea what they discussed. neither do you.

    i do think the Pied Piper email speaks volumes, though. and i do know clinton encouraged trump to get back into politics. I doubt they sat there and went, hey, don, go ahead and win the republican nomination and then throw the election. but i think the circumstantial case that the democratic party manipulated the republicans into nominating a weak candidate is pretty strong. they were 80 percent there anyway. the culture of the republican party is such that it's seemingly almost impossible for them to nominate an electable ticket anyway. all the dems would need to do is give them a nudge to nominate a clown candidate in the mold of sarah palin. Trump fits that bill perfectly.

    hey if it's true you should be happy about it. it's quite a clever strategy.
    And it was so easy to do when the republicans are so overrun with ignorance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    And it was so easy to do when the republicans are so overrun with ignorance.
    well ... yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highway234 View Post
    well, the article about bill clinton encouraging trump to go back into politics was run by the washington post. I've yet to see anyone deny the authenticity of the Pied Piper email. And we have numerous pictures of the Clintons and the Trumps socializing. (Not just golf.) I've yet to see anyone allege the pictures are fake, either.

    seems like a fair amount of circumstantial evidence to me. wouldn't stand up in a court of law, is my guess, not that it would be illegal anyway.
    I think you are right. Of course he wanted him in politics, he's a dream candidate for the democrats. They were gambling that all the dumbshits in the republican party that have been claiming they always lose because they don't nominate someone conservative enough would be enough to nominate one and it worked!
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