The US to do a UK?

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If the other option is to allow a [likely] criminal into the white house and continue down the path of the destruction of the constitutional rights of Americans? Yes, without any hesitation, yes.
 

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The US already did a UK.

We had the world by the balls then let an army of pinko idiots infiltrate our government and institutions in order to undermine our society and standard of living in favor of turd world rock farmers who take all the handouts they can and when they're not too busy trying to figure out ways to rob and/or kill you.

Allah snackbar.

 

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No Amerixit, internally, will happen. Be still, your tiny little hearts.
 
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If the other option is to allow a [likely] criminal into the white house and continue down the path of the destruction of the constitutional rights of Americans? Yes, without any hesitation, yes.
"[likely] criminal", would that be Trump or Hillary? Seems the choice is between one rock or another rock. Destruction of rights? Well, that would be Republican or Democrat, like choosing between a rock and another rock.

It's funny "I won't vote for Hillary because she'll do this" and Trump will do this too.
 

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Before Trump ran against Clinton the vast majority of news on him was good -- the second he went against her /boom/ he's not only an "opponent" but a Russian traitor? Comeon... Its fishy as hell.
 

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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?
Yeahhhhh, let's allow the international bankers to dictate......oh wait, they already have and do.

Holy shit...and to think I thought you were "awake"....... since you think like that? Why even bother having these phony elections????
 

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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?


The international bankers say that you better do as they say or they will collapse their fiat currency!!!!!!!


Fuck them....people are better educated now than they were in 1929......we can kick their asses to the curb while confiscating their ill gotten wealth and create an interest free monetary system. Freedom comes with a price and it's one that I am willing to pay for the next generation.
 
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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?
Yeahhhhh, let's allow the international bankers to dictate......oh wait, they already have and do.

Holy shit...and to think I thought you were "awake"....... since you think like that? Why even bother having these phony elections????
Yes, they already have too much control, and Trump hasn't said he'd change that. So... you have two choices, see the economy nose dive and the banks and the rich still in charge, or see the economy not nose dive and the rich still in charge.

If you want REAL CHANGE, then fight for it.

You need proportional representation on Congress first.
 
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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?


The international bankers say that you better do as they say or they will collapse their fiat currency!!!!!!!


Fuck them....people are better educated now than they were in 1929......we can kick their asses to the curb while confiscating their ill gotten wealth and create an interest free monetary system. Freedom comes with a price and it's one that I am willing to pay for the next generation.
No, I don't think it is that way at all. The markets are quite complex, these people are out to make as much money for themselves. They're selfish, they don't care what happens as long as they can make this money. Trump doesn't threaten their money making, so it can't be that they're demanding that you vote Hillary or they'll do something.

People might be better educated, but they're not more intelligent. Too many people are believing the crap that one side or the other side is throwing at them, and too many people aren't willing to see that real change takes real effort.

The people have gotten lazy, they're unwilling to think about things, they want everything simple, and the politicians are playing the game the people have given them. The people make advertising the king, it worked for Coca-Cola, McDonalds and many other companies and it works for the politicians too, they just need the money to buy your votes.
 
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Before Trump ran against Clinton the vast majority of news on him was good -- the second he went against her /boom/ he's not only an "opponent" but a Russian traitor? Comeon... Its fishy as hell.
Before he ran against her the news wasn't good, people didn't like him the moment he started to run for presidency, because it was the moment people found out he was willing to say anything to gain attention.
 

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Sure, that's why he made $213MIL for The Apprentice on NBC, and why he got a Walk of Fame star in 2007. THEN NBC asked him to come back in February 2015 and he declined -- because everyone hated him. (And that's just the recent stuff there was more even before that.)

As for wanting attention, you realize that he turned down another season of Apprentice to run for POTUS right?
 

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Its time to drain the swamp. It won't be easy rooting out the corruption that's built up over decades but it will be worth it in the end. Pay no attention to the corrupt bastards who will yell the sky is falling, its their corrupt world we will destroy.
 

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Get out and vote, and hope our system still has some workings. It's all we can do.
 

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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?


The international bankers say that you better do as they say or they will collapse their fiat currency!!!!!!!


Fuck them....people are better educated now than they were in 1929......we can kick their asses to the curb while confiscating their ill gotten wealth and create an interest free monetary system. Freedom comes with a price and it's one that I am willing to pay for the next generation.
Should never have bailed out the system in '08. That was an opportunity lost.

If Trump was presented the same scenario, he would do the same as Bush did. You must know that.
 

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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?


The international bankers say that you better do as they say or they will collapse their fiat currency!!!!!!!


Fuck them....people are better educated now than they were in 1929......we can kick their asses to the curb while confiscating their ill gotten wealth and create an interest free monetary system. Freedom comes with a price and it's one that I am willing to pay for the next generation.
Should never have bailed out the system in '08. That was an opportunity lost.

If Trump was presented the same scenario, he would do the same as Bush did. You must know that.
Which is also why he'll be elected.
 

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World stocks choke on US election fears, pound powers on

When the Brexit vote came in, the pound dropped, and it's continued to drop and drop.

If the US elects Trump, it's likely the same thing would happen.

Does the US really want to impoverish itself like the Brits have done?


The international bankers say that you better do as they say or they will collapse their fiat currency!!!!!!!


Fuck them....people are better educated now than they were in 1929......we can kick their asses to the curb while confiscating their ill gotten wealth and create an interest free monetary system. Freedom comes with a price and it's one that I am willing to pay for the next generation.
Should never have bailed out the system in '08. That was an opportunity lost.

If Trump was presented the same scenario, he would do the same as Bush did. You must know that.
Which is also why he'll be elected.
I don't believe those voting for Trump would welcome a bailout given the same circumstances.
 

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