View Poll Results: What would make you stop supporting Trump?

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  • Elimination of DACA

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  • Mexico wall doubles in price

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  • Press can be sued for using unnamed sources

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  • All abortion illegal

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  • Civil Rights Act rescinded

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  • Trump says the N-word in a closed door meeting with congresspeople

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  • Trump announces single payer national health insurance for all

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  • President loses paternity suit

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  • Trump shoots a guy

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  • Records prove Trump paid for three abortions since 1975

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Thread: Where do you draw the line on Trump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    Sure, if we get Norway's social policies and government paid benefits. They are a much happier people than we are, just look at any metric.
    The problem is that in this country we let nearly half of the wage earners not pay any federal income tax, we don't have a 20-25% VAT... but we still want all the free college, socialized medical care, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    If he did that, would he get your support?
    I would support him on that but not much else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    And yet, you want socialized medicine?
    It's not actually socialized medicine. The UK has an example of socialized medicine. Canada is an example of single payer. Which is what medicare is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    The problem is that in this country we let nearly half of the wage earners not pay any federal income tax, we don't have a 20-25% VAT... but we still want all the free college, socialized medical care, etc.
    The poor pay a bigger percent of their money in taxes than the 1%, if you include all taxes, not just income taxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    Is "Elimination of DACA" a trick response?

    Trumpsters by and large are happy to lose DACA.

    That's why the far right sent their contingent in to stop Trump from agreeing to the bipartisan plan to fund the government. They didn't want him to agree to a DACA fix.
    the sellout went beyond DACA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldGaffer View Post
    The poor pay a bigger percent of their money in taxes than the 1%, if you include all taxes, not just income taxes.
    Oh right, would you rather have someone deposit the taxes paid by a poor person in to your account or the taxes paid by a high wage earner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    Oviously immigration is not a game changer for Trump supporters.

    He has already flip-flopped on most of his promises.

    Gone is deportation of 11 million
    He loves DACA

    When the Wall gets murdered in Congress Donald will blame Schumer and His supporters will trip along happy.

    Trump supporters will lie to you that deportation of all them and building of the wall was not the reason they voted for the Donald.
    We may not be able to eject the 11-20 million, but we sure can reduce the numbers of new arrivals, legal , illegal, poverty, low education, the very people democrats want in huge numbers. To keep on the DNC plantation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    Trump announces single payer national health insurance for all might, possibly, cause him to lose a little support. But none of the other things would.
    The election involves who is on the ballot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    We already have that now, except it's 3 tiers. Those who have the money can get concierge service, and those with ordinary insurance like me have to wait in line, and those who can't afford anything at all wait in even longer lines where Medicaid is accepted, or take on enormous debts if they don't qualify for Medicaid coverage.
    Explain how bringing in millions more poverty immigrants advances our healthcare situation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    Is "Elimination of DACA" a trick response?

    Trumpsters by and large are happy to lose DACA.

    That's why the far right sent their contingent in to stop Trump from agreeing to the bipartisan plan to fund the government. They didn't want him to agree to a DACA fix.
    Right. But liberals would draw the line there.

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