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  1. 03 Sep '15 22:13 / 3 edits
    http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/gop-establishment-wants-to-dump-jeb-bush-for-mitt-romney-is-that-the-best-move/

    The GOP establishment is growing desperate. They are actually talking about bringing back Romney to take the mantel for the failing Jeb Bush.

    You just can't fix stupid.

    What they don't realize is, what is propelling Trump is him saying things like anchor babies and scolding Jeb for talking in Spanish instead of English. He does this while Jeb cries in the background talking about Trump being mean and wanting to share his love with illegal aliens by embracing them.

    Now I'm not Trump fan, but all I'm saying is, any half wit could beat Jeb at this point. I really thought all that money would make a difference, but I don't really think it matters how much money they give Jeb at this point. You could pay everyone a million dollars to vote for him and he would still lose.
  2. Standard member bill718
    Enigma
    03 Sep '15 23:58 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by whodey
    http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/gop-establishment-wants-to-dump-jeb-bush-for-mitt-romney-is-that-the-best-move/

    The GOP establishment is growing desperate. They are actually talking about bringing back Romney to take the mantel for the failing Jeb Bush.

    You just can't fix stupid.

    What they don't realize is, what is propelling Trump is him sayi ...[text shortened]... is point. You could pay everyone a million dollars to vote for him and he would still lose.
    I beg to differ Whodey, the election is 14 months away. Both the Republican and Democratic parties have their share of problems, but they both have a lot of time and money to work with, and I very much doubt either of them is growing "desperate". 14 months is an eternity in the world of American politics. You want a more realistic picture of the situation? Look at the Gallup poll numbers a year from now, then you'll have a good idea of who is growing "desperate"
  3. 05 Sep '15 21:18
    Originally posted by whodey
    Now I'm not Trump fan,
    You're not? You could've fooled me.
  4. 05 Sep '15 21:48
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    You're not? You could've fooled me.
    I think there is no-one that Whodey can endorse while maintaining his generally cynical and pessimistic persona.
  5. 05 Sep '15 22:19
    I voted for Romney and I'd vote for him again, if I were going to vote again.
    Which I'm not.
    The two party system of America is like choosing which toilet you want to drink out of anymore.
  6. Standard member wolfgang59
    Infidel
    06 Sep '15 02:56
    Originally posted by FishHead111
    I voted for Romney and I'd vote for him again, if I were going to vote again.
    Which I'm not.
    The two party system of America is like choosing which toilet you want to drink out of anymore.
    Toute nation a le gouvernement qu'elle mérite
    Joseph de Maistre