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  1. Zugzwang
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    26 Jun '16 20:16
    George Will, a conservative political writer, has quit the Republican Party
    (which he had joined in 1964) to protest its impending nomination of Donald Trump.

    "He (Donald Trump) has an advantage on me because he can say everything
    he knows about any subject in 140 characters (on Twitter) and I can't."
    --George Will

    Senator Mitch McConnell evaded a question about whether or not he
    believes that Donald Trump is qualified to become the President.
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    27 Jun '16 03:14
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    George Will, a conservative political writer, has quit the Republican Party
    (which he had joined in 1964) to protest its impending nomination of Donald Trump.

    "He (Donald Trump) has an advantage on me because he can say everything
    he knows about any subject in 140 characters (on Twitter) and I can't."
    --George Will

    Senator Mitch McConnell evaded ...[text shortened]... estion about whether or not he
    believes that Donald Trump is qualified to become the President.
    Trump is smart getting his message out any way possible. Even Fox news has been sandbagging him. A good example of another great endorsement for the man.
  3. Behind the scenes
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    27 Jun '16 03:23
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    George Will, a conservative political writer, has quit the Republican Party
    (which he had joined in 1964) to protest its impending nomination of Donald Trump.

    "He (Donald Trump) has an advantage on me because he can say everything
    he knows about any subject in 140 characters (on Twitter) and I can't."
    --George Will

    Senator Mitch McConnell evaded ...[text shortened]... estion about whether or not he
    believes that Donald Trump is qualified to become the President.
    Clearly Mr. Trump is causing some unrest within the GOP. This might make the Republican convention an interesting one to watch.
  4. Standard memberlemon lime
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    27 Jun '16 04:252 edits
    Originally posted by mchill
    Clearly Mr. Trump is causing some unrest within the GOP. This might make the Republican convention an interesting one to watch.
    This entire election cycle has been interesting. I normally don't watch the inevitably insipid tabloid-like 'news' reports (it's all brain rot) and make it a point to not listen to any debates during an election year, but this one is far too entertaining to sleep through. Time put out a slick looking magazine with Trump on the cover, and the caption said something like 'The rise of a rule breaker'.

    Oh no, not Trump!! So where are all the anarchists when we really need them?

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    27 Jun '16 04:46
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    George Will, a conservative political writer, has quit the Republican Party
    (which he had joined in 1964) to protest its impending nomination of Donald Trump.

    "He (Donald Trump) has an advantage on me because he can say everything
    he knows about any subject in 140 characters (on Twitter) and I can't."
    --George Will

    Senator Mitch McConnell evaded ...[text shortened]... estion about whether or not he
    believes that Donald Trump is qualified to become the President.
    Trump has been a life long democrat who only endorses bigger government.

    A wall is bigger government, just like the higher taxes he talks about raising and the single payer system he talks about for health care.

    Eike showed the country how to deal with illegals with operation wetback. No wall is needed and Trump knows it.
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    27 Jun '16 12:16
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    George Will, a conservative political writer, has quit the Republican Party
    (which he had joined in 1964) to protest its impending nomination of Donald Trump.

    "He (Donald Trump) has an advantage on me because he can say everything
    he knows about any subject in 140 characters (on Twitter) and I can't."
    --George Will

    Senator Mitch McConnell evaded ...[text shortened]... estion about whether or not he
    believes that Donald Trump is qualified to become the President.
    George Will, whom I admire even when I disagree, also called out Paul Ryan.
    Mitch McConnell is hopeless.
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