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#107432 - canyou
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Navy vs Air Force
#107440 to #107432 - Zaxplab
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Doesn't the Navy also have the 2nd biggest air force? I'd put my money on them unless the Air Force has the 2nd biggest navy.
#107435 to #107432 - valeriya
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Situational really, depends on the status of the country, and the situation in which it is being utilized I.e a strong navy is more important to a global power then it is to a regional one, land will typically come first then air. A navy is secondary unless you are planning on being involved in global military operations on a large scale.
Regular warfare Navy. Shove missiles on a submarine throw them out to sea and no matter the outcome you can always give one last fuck you to whoever is attacking you plus power projection and ability to enable a lot Air superiority is overrated
Irregular warfare Air Force only slightly. Recent activities in the middle east show us that air power alone if improperly supported will be a big expensive waste of money, it just has more utility then a navy typically has
#107425 - asotil
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Cucked again :^)
#107477 to #107425 - drastronomy
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(02/23/2016) [-]
>literally on suicide watch

Sides --> orbit
#107436 to #107425 - jettom
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(02/22/2016) [-]
They really ought to read this book.
#107433 to #107425 - canyou
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(02/22/2016) [-]
That guy just donated his ENTIRE paycheck to Bernie's campaign? I mean, I know they think wealth redistribution is important but that's ridiculous.

semi-related: Why are people so careless with their tax returns?
#107437 to #107433 - jettom
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(02/22/2016) [-]
They're democrats. If they had any concept of the worth behind money they wouldn't be democrats.
#107438 to #107437 - asotil
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I feel bad for Jeb. He lost all his polls to Chris Christie, the guy with absolutely no media coverage or I don't think even speeches, and is known to his and all surrounding states as the biggest Fuck up since invading Russia in the winter

I'm allowed to say this because I'm from New Jersey, man does not do shit but waddle and promote cannoli
#107439 to #107438 - jettom
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Bush didn't lose to Christie, Trump, Rubio or Hillary. Bush lost to his big brother. Everyone compared him to George, and he easily loses that battle.
#107441 to #107439 - asotil
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(02/22/2016) [-]
#107428 to #107425 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
GIF
Reading this gives me such great pleasure, I can't even explain it

-lulz

#107426 to #107425 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
The tears, the tears are delicious. I knew that with the kind of supporters Bernie had, that him not winning and then not getting their way would be devastating to them. I've been waiting for this.
#107427 to #107426 - asotil
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Gains for the God Emperor
#107421 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
based Denmark
#107434 to #107421 - Zaxplab
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(02/22/2016) [-]
This picture is complete bullshit. None of those refugees would bother taking their wives and kids with them.
#107416 - ffffyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
can someone please update Germany's flag ?
#107418 to #107416 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
What do you mean? Isn't that what it looks right now?
#107419 to #107418 - ffffyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
nvm, I did it myself
#107445 to #107419 - anon
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I got one too. Here's the flag for the United Kingdom Caliphate
#107420 to #107419 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
lel
#107403 - joshlol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
What will the reaction be if he actually becomes president?
#107412 to #107403 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Security will probably improve. Economy will probably approve. I'm concerned about privacy rights and liberal tendencies.
#107417 to #107412 - ffffyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
>probably
#107409 to #107403 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I'll delete my account and evolve into presidenttrump
#107407 to #107403 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
you'll spam a bunch of memes on fj for pinkies
#107408 to #107407 - joshlol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I'll do that regardless of who wins m8
#107396 - akkere
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Donald Trump On Putin And Snowden
So how do supporters of Donald Trump feel of his stance on total support of the PATRIOT act, and by extension the NSA's PRISM program and its utter unconstitutional means of information gathering?
dailycaller.com/2015/11/30/trump-on-nsa-data-collection-i-err-on-the-side-of-security-video/

After I figured Trump was legitimately campaigning and not trying to build a set-up for something else entirely, I came to appreciate two things about Trump; his stance on certain key issues like Illegal Immigration, and his total independence from either of the major political parties (with the exception at attempting to garnish nominative support). However, two things really bother me about him; this issue, and the way he doesn't seem to really want to elaborate on what he means by it which actually extends to how he is in general; he doesn't elaborate on most of his stances by himself at all; everything's on his website, but on interviews and even some debates he's very nondescript and vague in his responses. . In the embed video for example (in conjunction with the details of this similar interview here: www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/2/donald-trump-edward-snowden-kill-traitor/ he just chalks Snowden up as a traitor and nonchalantly volunteers the idea of executing him, without really elaborating on the content of the leaks or the matter of the issue at hand.
#107430 to #107396 - pebar
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(02/21/2016) [-]
an authoritarian supporting authoritarian policies
#107431 to #107430 - akkere
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(02/22/2016) [-]
The thing that boggles my mind the most is that so many Trump supporters seem to either be totally unaware of this policy of Trump's, or radically deny it as being as bad as it is, and some even just totally ignore it.

It's a big deal-breaker for a lot of people that originally considered Trump until they discovered this part of his platform, so I'm curious as to how his more dedicated supporters rationalize this glaring flaw in Trump's "Make America Great Again" gimmick that would utterly disparage the Constitution by every definition.
#107506 to #107431 - redandgreen
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Trump is massively authoritarian. From what he has said on the campaign trail he'd like to ignore sections of the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Go and watch what he has said about Snowden, Muslims etc.
#107690 to #107506 - akkere
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(02/25/2016) [-]
I'm aware of Trump's authoritarian status, but I'm not so sure if Trump's own supporters are entirely aware, or seem to take note of Trump's obvious signs of a hidden agenda beyond that which is defined in his platform.
#107400 to #107396 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Even though I disagree about actually executing him, I do sort of agree with Trump.

I think NSA mass surveilling the American population is wrong. But, there were other ways for Snowden to whistleblow than go to the press and give them literally everything.
Also, the majority of what he leaked had nothing to do with mass surveillance, but were related to American military capabilities, operations, tactics, techniques and procedures.
He basically gave people 1 million classified files and we can both agree that he can't possibly have known the content of 1 million files , and then fled to Russia, America's number one strategic foe. And I honestly doubt that they're letting him stay without getting anything in return.
#107410 to #107400 - akkere
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(02/21/2016) [-]
The problem with the whole "Snowden had alternate routes to blow the whistle on" argument is that in truth, he couldn't really use the "usual channels" whistleblowers could apparently use.
www.dni.gov/index.php/about-this-site/contact-the-ig/how-to-file-a-whistleblower-complaint?highlight=YToyOntpOjA7czoxMzoid2hpc3RsZWJsb3dlciI7aToxO3M6MTQ6IndoaXN0bGVibG93aW5nIjt9
For example, Snowden wouldn't have been able to even so much as directly run his complaint to Congress without first going through the Department of National Intelligence's head self, as shown in the DNI's own whistleblower page regarding any matters concerning the DNI. For Snowden to use the official channel, he'd have to basically tell the DNI he was going to rat on them. It should be pretty self-evident why that's not the most intuitive thing to do.
There's even an example that Snowden himself would be aware of given his circumstances of a whistleblower going through official channels and being shut down; Thomas Drake.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Andrews_Drake
www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/jun/12/snowden-surveillance-subverting-constitution

Also, Snowden didn't intend to flee to Russia directly; he tried to fly to Ecuador for asylum, but his passport was revoked during the transition from Hong Kong to Moscow Russia, where he would be grounded permanently. Prior to his travel, he even burned essential intelligence documents specifically to prevent Russia strongarming him for those documents.
www.nbcnews.com/feature/edward-snowden-interview/edward-snowdens-motive-revealed-he-can-sleep-night-n116851

The only thing that's really correct is the lack of filter regarding the Hong Kong leaks that Snowden made, which could be attributed by the fact that he didn't have time to make duplicates or sort out the data, and instead ended up just handing the classified documents he barely sifted through to the journalists he came in contact with in Hong Kong, and destroying the remainder before his journey to Russia.

The thing that ultimately bothers me about Trump's case is that regardless of this detailed scenario, Trump seems to ignore all of this and just provides total support of the NSA, regardless of whether the surveillance is to other countries or to America's own people, and also regardless of the dire straits whistleblowers have to go through, and he does this without any sort of elaboration or care for detail.
#107402 to #107400 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
US Navy Admiral stated that the leaks hardly did any damage. So whatever he leaked, it was entirely justified for the fact that the authoritarian government was violating civil liberties and that the people had to know.

www.nytimes.com/2014/06/30/us/sky-isnt-falling-after-snowden-nsa-chief-says.html

Trump is an authoritarian who's only liked because of memes. Simple as that.
#107429 to #107402 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Well because he's America's first populist.
#107406 to #107402 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
www.nbcnews.com/news/investigations/snowden-leaks-could-cost-military-billions-pentagon-n46426

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff disagrees.
"Trump is an authoritarian who's only liked because of memes. Simple as that."
Source?
#107397 to #107396 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
"But muh wall"
#107377 - drastronomy
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(02/21/2016) [-]
COSTANZA TRIBUTE TO WROLD WAR 2 VETRERANS FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM FeelTheBern Bernie2016 Cuckoldry

The video speaks for itself. Our ancestors fought for this.
#107413 to #107377 - Shiny
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Psst: black men aren't the reason your dick is dry.
#107423 to #107413 - drastronomy
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Pssst
This was not meant seriously
#107389 to #107377 - mvtjets
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(02/21/2016) [-]
this is hilarious
#107388 to #107377 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Meh, there really aren't that many girls going after black guys. Most people tend to stick within their race and culture. I have a friend who's marrying a black girl, and she's the whitest black girl I've ever met.
#107380 to #107377 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Then do something about it. Don't be a beta and expect the world to change without you actively doing something.
Lot's of white women only like white men. Even black or asian girls.
It's easy if you're alpha, like me, to get laid. It's all about confidence and projecting yourself.

inb4 someone claims I'm not alpha as fuck. My alpha levels are those of Ryan Gosling.
#107383 to #107380 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Calling yourself alpha is cringy as fuck. It's something that other people call you, like a title that's given to you, you don't just go around saying "oh I'm alpha".
#107384 to #107383 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
It's not something that's given to you, it's something you take.
And I've taken it. Besides, I really don't care if other men think I'm alpha or not, I only care if the girls think so.

And they do.
#107385 to #107384 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I disagree. I think there's a very slim line between confidence in your ability and narcissism.

If I see a guy going around calling himself alpha, I'm gonna think he's a tool.
#107386 to #107385 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Why would I call myself alpha irl. That's cringy.

Here it doesn't matter.
#107387 to #107386 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Fair enough
#107374 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Daily reminder that no Republican candidate who has won both New Hampshire and South Carolina has ever lost the nomination.

Only concern could be Jeb-Jeb dropping out. We're talking the most well financed candidate whose money now has to spend somewhere else.

But I think it's well-proven by now.
It doesn't matter if they ridicule Trump and say it won't ever happen.
It doesn't matter if they put in a cute debate moderator who is clearly biased.
It doesn't matter if they replace the whole crowd with establishment supporters to make the Donald look unpopular.

For the premise is the same as it has always been.

They will bend the knee or be destroyed.
#107371 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Had to stop at 5:22
Not because it sucks or cringes or whatever, i really feel bad for the guy.
Honestly, he's not half as bad as everybody thinks. His heart is in the right place and kept a positive attitude till the very end, and that, i have to honor.

Jeb = out people.
Press F to pay respect
#107424 to #107371 - asotil
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(02/21/2016) [-]
f
#107414 to #107371 - Shiny
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(02/21/2016) [-]
The really sad thing is that his brother got two terms as president, but was a lot more bumbling and inarticulate.
#107415 to #107414 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Yea, but his brother had to go up against an enviorment extremist named after very graphic form of violence in movies/images, and he actually got less votes that All did.

Jeb had to take on the biggest political hype of the century
#107411 to #107371 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Jeb Bush Saddest Moments F

Goodnight sweet prince.
#107398 to #107371 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
"I am suspending my campaign....please stop clapping"
#107401 to #107398 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Press S one more time to stop clapping
#107390 to #107371 - mvtjets
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(02/21/2016) [-]
+1 respect
#107375 to #107371 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
F

Yeah, I actually do feel bad
#107372 to #107371 - pebar
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(02/21/2016) [-]
didn't he spend the most campaign money?
#107373 to #107372 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I you mean by a landslide, the answer would be yes.
Tho he spend it in the wrong way.
The vast majority of his commercials was about trying to take swings at the Don. Did not work out very well.
#107370 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Kool  The Gang  Celebration
#107368 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
jebbush.com

Dat cheeky cunt
#107362 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
༼ つ ◕_­__◕ ༽つ DONALD TAKE MY HIGH ENERGY ༼ つ ◕_­_­_◕ ༽つ
#107395 to #107362 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ RAISE YOUR DONALDS ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ
#107360 - pebar
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(02/21/2016) [-]
general election polls show everyone can beat Hillary except for Trump

y'all are digging your own graves
#107399 to #107360 - kanadetenshi ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Even if he'd win the popular vote you can bet electoral voters are going to refuse to vote for Trump.
#107405 to #107399 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
thats not how its works, the elctoral college is required to vote for the candidate their constitutes elect
#107391 to #107360 - mvtjets
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(02/21/2016) [-]
>underestimating bandwagons
#107392 to #107391 - mvtjets
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(02/21/2016) [-]
or *hypetrains
whatever triggers you less
#107361 to #107360 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
At the beginning of the race Jeb Bush was the favorite to win the nom and Trump was a joke, how well did that hold up.
#107381 to #107361 - thumbfortrump
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I would say the sky is the limit for Trump.

But that would imply that Trump's success actually has limits.
#107347 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
RIP YEB
#107352 to #107347 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Oh fuck, it's really true, our turtle manlet is gone.

I'm gonna miss Trump putting him on blast, I think one of the reasons he did so well in his debates is the Bush bullying.
#107382 to #107352 - lotengo
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(02/21/2016) [-]
>turtle manlet
>manlet

Evn without standing on his tippie toes the guy is 6'3
#107404 to #107382 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
being a manlet is also a state of mind
#107353 to #107352 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
he's going to do well regardless. Bush was just something fun
#107356 to #107353 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I think he should focus his attacks on rubio now, he's shown himself to be weak when challenged directly and hes the new establishment pick, plus I think more Cruz-Trump clashes can only hurt the both of them at Marcos benefit.
#107358 to #107356 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Rubio would be a good person to get on, yeah. i disagree on the Cruz-Trump statement considering Trump calling out Cruz on a national stage certainly does hurt him quite a lot
#107359 to #107358 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
It does hurt Cruz somewhat but I don't think it's going to help the don in the long term. The establishment might not back Trump completely if he gets the nom so he can't afford to burn bridges with another voice in the "outsider" circle, plus he needs to think about his VP seriously, whose he gonna pick, Carson?
#107355 to #107353 - youregaylol
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#107346 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I'm finally convinced, I am a Cruz supporter. Let me start of by saying there are some things I like about Trump. The guy's ballsy, he's anti-PC, he drives the media crazy, he has some great policies and overall he has really helped our effort. I like the guy, I hold little against him. However I really don't think he will make a good President for our cause. The four defining differences that make me choose Cruz over Trump are:

1) Cruz is a principled person who stays relatively honest, he doesn't use the same under-handed tactics Trump uses which range from constant personal attacks to blatant lies. My moral philosophy finds distaste in Trump's methods and the slippery slope it will lead us too. I want to win, but I want to win the right way or I am no better then the enemy. I also want to win by being properly represented, just like I think the left should be properly represented by Bernie because that is who the democrats truly are under all the covers. Cruz vs Bernie would be amazing, Constitution vs Socialism. It would really tell us the state of our country

2) I can trust Cruz, he has rarely ever flip-flopped and is very grounded in his beliefs. The proof is in the fact that everyone in the senate hates him, and the establishment would rather have Trump than Cruz. As for Trump, I simply can't say the same at all.

3) I actually think Cruz has a better chance than Trump. Trump has some of the worst approval ratings in history, and I don't see them changing because his demeanor and characteristics wont change. He loses to Bernie and Hillary in the polls, while Cruz beats them.

4) The last debate showed me that Trump is prepared to use any thing to grab attention and get poll numbers, including by throwing leftist lies. I don't want the Republican party to buy into leftist dogma.

I think I've fully made up my mind and won't change until Trump becomes the nominee. I'm hereby giving my 1# Trump supporter title to thumbfortrump. I also hope others come to the realization I did or at least offer an argument against what I said, I'm looking at you youregaylol.

TLDR I'm riding on the CRUZ missle, but don't worry we got CRUZ control.

-lulz
#107378 to #107346 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I'm a Cruz supporter as well. Listening to Ben Shapiro sealed the deal for me
#107394 to #107378 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Exactly in the same boat, Ben Shapiro convinced me.
#107393 to #107378 - mvtjets
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Shapiro is smart and is alright sometimes, but other times he doesn't really get a lot of things.
#107376 to #107346 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Badass pic btw
#107357 to #107346 - Shiny
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Cruz is consistent, but almost everything he says is garbage while Trump, when not pandering, occasionally says things that aren't. The sheer butthurt from head-in-sand Reaganists often eclipses the steady stream of -ist name-calling from progressive Democrats.

Given that he is just a narcissist and not an outright sociopath, I'd honestly prefer Trump to Clinton.
#107369 to #107357 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
What makes you consider Clinton a sociopath?
#107364 to #107357 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
"Cruz is consistent, but almost everything he says is garbage" Can't really agree on that...
#107354 to #107346 - Elk
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(02/21/2016) [-]
1) Relatively honest? Didn't he cheat Carson out of votes in Iowa and send out robocalls saying that Trump wasn't running in South Carolina? I don't think that you can look at any of the politicians on stage and say that they're honest, and his tactics aren't exactly morally good.

2) That's not really proof. Also, I don't see how he's any more honest than the rest. Just because you changed on your beliefs doesn't make you a liar. Trump said that he supported abortion, and then he suddenly didn't because of his friend's kid who "turned out to be a super star". I'm not saying that Trump was honest about this, but he gave a reasoning for why he changed his mind. It's not like he supported both sides in two days.

3) Trump is only running against Republicans right now. He hasn't even tried to appeal to anybody else. Remember. When he first started? Nobody gave him a chance. I think that he was at 3%?

4) So, you're upset that he's not beating Democrats, but then he does what he can to get poll numbers, and you're unhappy? You do realize that literally all politicians do this, right? This is what you do during elections.

If I'm not mistaken, you had a hard-on for Trump not too long ago. Now, don't get me wrong; Cruz is my #2 guy, but you it appears that you did a total flip flop for the silliest reasons.
#107365 to #107354 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
1) Dishonest political games of the typical politicians =/= Trump's blatant lies and ad hom attacks. Also I disagree with you on the whole Iowa scenario.

2) Trump has pretty much flip-flopped on every position until only a few years ago, I find it hard to believe him. Also Trump's reasoning was complete non-sense and we all know it. "Would you have been in favor of abortion if the kid turned out poor" - ends that excuse. Trump is little-substance pandering to me.

3) "He hasn't even tried to appeal to anybody else" This kinda goes back to what I said, Trump "appealing" is Trump pandering, and I don't think he'll do it well enough to secure democrats to vote for him while having republicans go to the polls too. Remember its one thing to prefer and another to vote for them on election day.

4) Non-argument. I don't want any of my politicians to appeal to leftists using leftist dogma, regardless of who. I think Trump will do it anymore than others, he seems flexible.

5) "If I'm not mistaken, you had a hard-on for Trump not too long ago. Now, don't get me wrong; Cruz is my #2 guy, but you it appears that you did a total flip flop for the silliest reasons."

You don't browse the board so you wouldn't know but this has been like a 2 week process for me and it took a lot of thinking and re-evaluating my principles. Also my reasons are far from "silly"
#107366 to #107365 - Elk
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(02/21/2016) [-]
1) www.politifact.com/personalities/ted-cruz/statements/
You disagree on what? He admitted to it, so I'm not sure if I get what you mean.

2) Well, to be fair, you do have to start some where. Are you saying that you'd believe him if he had changed his beliefs back in the 90s? As for it being nonsensical, probably, but it's a lot better than saying, "Yeah, I just don't agree with that anymore." Plus, it possibly could have been an eye-opening experience. Regardless, unless he's lying, something had to change his mind. I just don't think that he is lying.

3) I don't see why that should matter, though. All politicians pander a little bit. I'm happy about him pandering because I want him to get as many votes as possible.

4) Unfortunately, I don't think that it's possible to win without it. Even if Trump were a Democrat, I probably would vote for him, so I can't really argue with that one anyway.

5) Silly was for, at the moment, a lack of a better word. It's more about confusion.
#107422 to #107366 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
1) First off as a fellow rightwinger, I urge you not to use politifact. They are known for being very leftist and terribly biased. Second of all I'm not sure what you mean he admitted it? Did he admit it was a mistake? I'm assuming so since it was based on a miss-communication of info, but he sure didn't admit to the deliberate attempt at lying and trying to destroy Carson's campaign.

2) I see where you're coming from, but I'm still rather suspicious of him.

3) A small amount of pandering is ok, its when you start going back on your positions and start saying weird things to secure independent votes that seems off to me. I'm afraid Trump will start doing this soon and start slowly going back on his positions. I guess we'll have to see, he'll most likely win the nominee.

#107351 to #107346 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I voted for Cruz. I think Cruz is a better alternative than other republicans. I think Cruz is the embodiment of the Reagan revolution.

But Reagan is dead. That revolution is dead. That type of republican is on its way out, as the rise of Trump has demonstrated.

We could stick with Cruz and the old way of doing things. We could play it safe and take a more moderate approach, and maybe we just might win the white house. And then the dems will win it back, and we might never win it again. Because this brand of republicanism is weak, everybody knows it. The PC agenda and cultural marxists have a hegemony on this country, they have it because the republicans in the past were complacent and only cared about keeping their positions. Without a change, the right wings fall in this country is inevitable, we'd be Sweden 2.0 with a generation or two.

But we can embrace the old ways again. We can pass on Trump and this unprecedented momentum, we can ignore this opportunity and take the safe route that might offer us a better chance at instant gratification.

Or we seize the opportunity we have now. We believe in Trump, and we believe that a new era of far right nationalism is upon us. We take the risk, for a greater reward, permanent and without equal.

This is the right time, and we must risk everything, or we've lost. We go forward, only forward.
#107363 to #107351 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
But how is Cruz the old way and if so how is that bad compared to Trump? He is the most conservative and most anti-establishment guy. Trump's all over the place, no principles, hard to trust. Cruz is Stannis, Trump is the Mad King if anything.
#107367 to #107363 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Cruz is a career politician who served as a government lawyer for most of his life, I know, he's my senator. He became a rising star in the republican party because of discontent among the populace, but his positions don't address the discontent. He is definitely not the most anti establishment candidate.

He is however the most conservative candidate, as its understood now. Thats the problem. This brand of charismatic conservatism was invented by Reagan and revitalized the american right wing, it gave voters a friendly face for traditional values after years of failed progressive leadership. It emphasized boldness and patriotism and in practice was moderate and passive.

Conservatives like Reagan supported amnesty and gun control, don't forget.

Trump isn't conservative though. Trump is nationalist. He doesn't preach based on ideology but on whats best for the nation as he sees it. He's ditching the friendly yet bold demeanor of past republicans and hes embracing fiery rhetoric not bound by party lines.

Trump can pave the way for a full fledged nationalist revolution in the US. No more weakness, no more defeats. If we don't seize this opportunity now, it's over. We may never have a chance like this again.
#107348 to #107346 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
CRUZ IS A MESS

CRUZ IS A WASTE

CRUZ IS A BIG FAT MISTAKE
#107379 to #107348 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
No shut up
#107349 to #107348 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
>typical non-argument from Trump
#107350 to #107349 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
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#107337 - youregaylol
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#107339 to #107338 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Trump will be the republican nominee, lets accept that now. So who will be his vp and what are his chances of stomping a Clinton/Sanders ticket?

I get the feeling he's going to need establishment support and he's burned some bridges with Cruz, perhaps Rubio? Idk, they differ so much on immigration which is the cornerstone of Trumps campaign.

Maybe Trump will drag Jeb to the white house to serve as his errand boy.
#107342 to #107339 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Wait until March 1st, then we will know for sure.

-lulz
#107330 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/20/2016) [-]
BERNIE FAGS BTFO
#107343 to #107330 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
#FeelTheBrrrrrrrr
#107333 to #107330 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I'm starting to wonder if a joint clinton/sanders ticket is inevitable. Because of bernies cowardliness he hasn't really hit clinton hard, there isn't much animosity between the two like between Cruz-Trump. If Hilary offered Bernie the second spot he'd take it without question like a good little boy. I think Hilary would do the same if Sanders wins the nom by some miracle because she craves power.

Ideally Hilary will win and pick someone else so butthurt Bernie voters will stay home on election day.
#107334 to #107333 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
"Hilary will win and pick someone else so butthurt Bernie voters will stay home on election day. "

a shitton of bernie voters (reddit) said they would automatically switch to Trump if Sanders didn't get the nom, out of pure hatred for Clinton
#107344 to #107334 - canyou
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I can imagine some Trump supporters doing the same. No disrespect, but I don't trust the intentions of some voters after many of the Ron Paul voters going to Bernie.
#107335 to #107334 - youregaylol
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Yes but you have to take redditors with a grain of salt, a good portion of them are from other countries and/or are underage.
#107336 to #107335 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
of course. but the sentiment is definitely here, you have to see what i'm getting at
#107331 to #107330 - pebar
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(02/20/2016) [-]
>projection

don't post these until you have real results
#107332 to #107331 - Sunset ONLINE
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(02/20/2016) [-]
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#107307 - feelythefeel
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(02/20/2016) [-]
>a few white people commit crime
"Lol white people so cray"
>black people commit half of America's crime, despite being less than 15% of the population
"...."
#107313 to #107307 - anon
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(02/20/2016) [-]
>individual with their own agency commits crime
>make reaching generalizations based on statistics that have no bearing on individual people
>others make generalizations
>wow what hypocrites
#107314 to #107313 - feelythefeel
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(02/20/2016) [-]
When did I make a generalization about anyone? Besides, generalizations are okay so long as you use it to expose a prevalent trend, as opposed to a binding constant.
#107318 to #107314 - anon
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(02/20/2016) [-]
So you agree with "white privilege"?
#107319 to #107318 - feelythefeel
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(02/20/2016) [-]
And now you're just making shit up.
#107320 to #107319 - anon
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Whites (inb4 joos, which are an ethnicity, not a race) control a disproportionate amount of wealth. If this is not random, "white privilege" is real.
#107324 to #107320 - Draigor
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Muh anon privilege
#107321 to #107320 - feelythefeel
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Jews aren't white in the strict, genetic sense. They're more closely related to Arabs and Khazars. And even if they were, I have no qualms admitting that some whites are greedy villains without loyalty or vision.
#107322 to #107321 - anon
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(02/20/2016) [-]
But does this have bearing on whites as a whole?
#107326 to #107322 - feelythefeel
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Far less than the thug culture in western blacks.
#107298 - ogcj
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Why anti-transgender bathroom bills are good for society and our country as a whole
www.youtube.com/watch?v=bElD8X0Iax8
#107303 to #107298 - thumbfortrump
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Jesus fucking christ, how can someone look that beta.

If that is yourself in the video I suggest seppuku, cuz you also look like a weeb.
#107309 to #107303 - economicfreedom
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(02/20/2016) [-]
GIF
it's what feelythefeel 's planned youtube channel will look like
#107300 to #107298 - Shiny
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Who fucking cares.
#107302 to #107300 - pebar
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(02/20/2016) [-]
he's a shitposter, just hide all