GOP facing issues in primary fights!

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  1. Ducker 4 Ever

    Ducker 4 Ever Elite Refuge Member

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    Please release your voting record to show you haven't voted for any incumbents in the past 15 years.
     
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    Stand by for the world according to Ron Gilmore.
     
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    True, but I think Trump was throwing a bone to McConnell with this one. Strange's loss was more a rejection of McConnell and the swamp than of Trump.
     
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    But, but, but Trump could control everything. Does "losing" ring a bell. The good ole boy vote will whither away and as you see, Trump influence will too. Trump probably has done this to himself by his continued mindless tweeting and such. Some that would've followed him in every sense probably now not so much with the general ineffectiveness they are seeing.
     
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    If this is a Trump "loss", I'll take it.

    You must be confusing me with someone else. I don't like Trump. Never have except that he injected real issues into the election. But that doesn't mean that I reflexively disagree with everything he does like some folks. I agree with his judicial appointments so far, actually think Sessions is doing a pretty good job as AG, agree with immigration holds, building a wall and tough immigration policies (we'll see if he ever gets any of this enacted).

    With Hillary we'd have more appeasement of North Korea, which is what made that Kook nuclear (that is the fault of both parties from Bush I through Obama), lefty Judges and Justices that continue in the march to shred the constitution, open borders, and single payer healthcare (unfortunately we might end up with anyway).

    Trump is a brash democrat from the 1970s, certainly not conservative. But I'll take him over any of the dems that ran (one avowed socialist and the other a cold calculating Alinskyite). In fact, based on their recent conduct, I'd take him over McCain and Romney, the last two losers run by the swamp.
     

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