So Now That Trump Has Seemingly Separated Himself from Bannon Who Are You With?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by MarcATL, Aug 18, 2017.

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When It Comes to Trump vs. Bannon

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  2. I'm With Bannon

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  3. Well, it depends on the issue

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  4. Actually, I don't expect to agree with either of them

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  1. MarcATL
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    It is inevitable, these two are going to differ at some point, probably sooner than later, on policy or political strategy. Yes, Steve Bannon is gone, but now he can lob missiles at Trump from a safe distance and cause considerable damage.

    So who will you side with when they differ, Bannon, or stick with Trump?



    Clearly, this question is directed to the Trump supporters of USMB.
     
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    Liberal division at its finest ^^^
     
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    I just don't see Bannon lobbing bombs at Trump. Trump is the closest thing to an alt-right President that Bannon will ever see, and he knows it.

    For Bannon and the psuedocons, life is a false dichotomy. You are either for Trump or you are a Hillary voter.
     
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    Bannon served at the pleasure of the President.
     
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    Now that you know your idol in your avatar called you a chump and a traitor to your own race that you are, who are you with?


    Doesn't this make you all upset?


    Poor little you.
     
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    I suspect Bannon will want to go more far right, more White Nationalist and more White Surpremecist than Trump wants to, or can get away with.

    On such issues, they'll differ.

    He's going back to BriteBart, so watch the tone of the articles from next week forward.
     
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    Trump, all the way.
    What does Bannon have to do with anything?

    Trump can better use him now that his restraints are removed and if Trump needs advice Bannon is a mere phone call away.
     
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    Malcolm X was speaking several months before the passage of the Civil Rights Act. And it was a political fact that JFK was not able to get anywhere with civil rights legislation because he did not understand the political realities of the conservative Democratic bloc in the Senate.

    Johnson, having been the master of the Senate who lived and breathed in those realities, tried to teach JFK how to get civil rights legislation passed, but JFK ignored him. But once Johnson became President, he put his plan into action and was able to achieve what JFK could not.

    Malcolm was upset that a lot of other legislation was passed first, but that was precisely what had to be done. It sucks, but that's just the way it was.

    There were certain "gets" each faction wanted before they would tolerate Johnson's civil rights slate.


    Only 8 percent of blacks voted for Trump. 92 percent voted against him. What the fuck are you gloating about, retard?
     
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    I will side with those that are right and stay away from those that are wrong. Pretty easy.


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