Hi, my name is Deno and I love Trump....

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    That sounds like Chicken Shit.
     
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    I love how you liberals use the gay thing for a slur

    and you call us homophobes...
     
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    ghey it less than stereotypical gay..so you're meandering..
     
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    We all see through your bull shit..

    You just want to cheat...

    Is there anything in the Constitution about

    credit card theft?
     
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    Yes but ghey and/or gay is....not as good as faggot :funnyface:
     
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    Where did I say I wanted to cheat? You didn't answer the question... where in the Constitution that it talks about voting, does it say you have to have a government ID in order to vote?
     
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    I suppose I prefer maricón myself...sounds more exotic...
     
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    Why do you always say that? Everyone likes you, at least everyone who matters. You're a little bit looney lib but you don't post useless bullshit. You speak your mind and even if I don't agree most of the time you've never posted something that was just utterly stupid. I think Deno will like you.
     
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    Yes, I'm a liberal.

    I don't care whether Hillary cheated or not.

    I support a system of REAL CHOICE. Proportional Representation would not have Sanders or Hillary in the same party. It would have multiple parties that could choose their candidates however they choose, then on election day people can make their choice.

    I really don't know why conservatives are talking about whether Hillary cheated Sanders in an election that has nothing to do with the Republicans at all. Their party, their choice.

    Whether questions were given to the candidate or not beforehand is neither here not there too. What's the point of the debate? Is it to trip up candidates or is it to find out what candidates think? Give them the questions, who cares?

    The real issue is that there aren't enough viable candidates.

    All these points your brought up are there to keep people occupied so they don't ask the really important questions, like "why don't I have a real choice on election day?"

    In Germany they vote FPTP (like the US) and PR on the same day. In September 8% of people changed their vote from FPTP to PR. With FPTP they voted for the larger parties, negative voting because they fear another party might get in if they don't vote for the big party, with PR they voted for the smaller parties. Much fairer.

    But people don't talk about it because the rich money men who control govt, control advertising of politicians etc, they don't want change, therefore you don't want change either.



    On to the Second Amendment. It's not that simple and you're wrong.

    A) You don't have a right to a well regulated militia at all. The Amendment doesn't afford a right to a militia.

    B) The right to keep arms is the right to own a weapon. The right to bear arms is the right to be in the militia. Now, you provided no evidence for your claims at all. This is the problem.
     
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    Good for you. You go be all macho. I'll stick to using my head.

    Basically, you want to force me into a position where you're comfortable, so what you'll do is pull out the tactic of trying to make me feel like I should do things you way. But I can see it coming a long way off. I won't be forced to lower my standards, thank you very much.

    Let me guy, you hate people who are "patriots" and "patriots" are people who follow YOUR definition of patriots.

    People who wave Confederate flags, patriots or not patriots?

    People who kneel during the national anthem, patriots or not patriots.

    I'll give you some random statistics.

    The Confederates were responsible for the deaths of 140,000 US military personnel.
    The kneelers were responsible for the deaths of zero US military personnel.

    Which one is more patriotic?
     

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