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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Revmitchell, Mar 6, 2016.
I thought that you supported him...
Wow, I completely skipped stages 1 to 6.
Me too. I said long ago that I would never vote for him and that has not changed, in fact it has been strengthened as this election cycle has progressed.
I suspect that you two went right to step seven because, unlike the average Trumpie, you actually thought about who he really is.
Yeah, insult and ridicule all those people that have and will vote for Trump - gotta have them on your side, of course, and there's no way to convert them better than to constantly tell them how stupid and gullible they are.
I have said umpteen times I will not vote for him even if he is the nominee.
Ok. You seem to defend him enough to have given me the wrong impression.
Just because I will not vote for him does not mean I do not see how the establishment is treating him. After this election I am likely going independent.
Then, if he is the nominee, your vote will serve the Democrats, regardless of whether or not it was cast and for whom.
My vote will serve the person I vote for and no one else. I do not vote party, I vote principles.
Hillary will thank you for your principles.
I figure this logic can be a double edged sword. The way I see it a vote for Trump in the primary is a vote for the Dems in the general. So many conservatives are saying that they will not vote for Trump that for people to continue to do so in the primary is helping the Dems in the general. And of course there is the fact that Dems have been voting for Trump in open primary states to help stack their deck.
And Satan will thank everyone for abandoning their principles for party.
Odd that it took the character or lack thereof of a Donald Trump to bring you to this point. Glad that you, unlike some, have gotten there.
There ya go, Rev. You've earned the coveted endorsement of Zaac. Roflmao
If I voted party, I'd never vote for Trump.
Will that change if he is the nominee?
Since Trump is a stealth Democrat, a vote for Trump is a vote for a Democrat. There's no difference.
Hilarious. And true.Unfortunately, it appears that most in the GOP are still in stages 1-3.
He is for the America worker -- just refuses to hire them.
He is for the little guy -- until he steals their money via Trump U.
He is for American manufacturing -- but has his/his wife's clothing line made in China.
He is against abortion -- but is for planned parenthood.
He is for the elderly -- until he tries to steal their home via public domain for private use.
And the list goes on...