VOTE FOR ME I HAVE A VAGINA

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  1. lone irish digit, Aug 25, 2016

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    Maybe Barney should run for President since he says he has vagina. The vagina meds he takes usually controls his chest pain so I think he would do a great job in making Mexico great again.
     
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  2. basicstrategy777, Aug 27, 2016

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    No WITNESSES!!!!

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  3. Twelve4s, Aug 27, 2016

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    I'll bet Barney can turn out a crowd,

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  4. Settingcanthurt, Aug 27, 2016

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    Your family photo??
     
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    He has won much, much more than he has lost.

    Probably more important is, he rose from the ashes and made it to the top. It's not how many times you fall but how many times you get up.

    Face it...the guy is a winner....and trust me, he will not lose to the hildebeast.

    You'll like him once he starts wheeling and dealing for the country and kicks some towel heads ass.

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    Ya, I'll like him as much as this asshole who drops bombs on children,

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    It's really good to laugh out loud sometimes....thanks!
     
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    Just win baby !!

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  18. Settingcanthurt, Aug 28, 2016

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    Iowa Women Back Trump, Bash ‘Deceptive’ Hillary Clinton: ‘It’s All About Her’

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst, the first woman combat veteran elected to the U.S. Senate, railed against Hillary Clinton during her second annual Roast and Ride on Saturday.
    “She has failed us,” Ernst stated. “She has failed members of our military. She is not fit to be our Commander in Chief.”

    “It’s all about her when it should be all about you,” Ernst declared to more than 1,800 Republican supporters.

    Several Hawkeye state women who attended Ernst’s event told Breitbart News the reason they can’t support Clinton — the first female presidential candidate from a major party — is because they think she’s deceptive.

    “She’s obviously in it for herself as her history proves,” Deb Banwart from Northwest Iowa explained.

    Banwart said she wants people to vote by what the candidates have done — not what they say they’ll do. She stressed that she doesn’t want a career politician to be elected President of the United States.

    Jodie McGuire from Bettendorf, Iowa supports Donald Trump over Clinton “because he is telling the truth.”

    Like McGuire, Patty Thompson from Jefferson, Iowa told Breitbart News that she opposes Clinton because the former secretary of state doesn’t tell the truth, describing her as “very dishonest and deceptive.”

    In a recent CBS News / YouGov poll, 69 percent of Iowa voters said they don’t believe Clinton tells the truth. However, Trump didn’t score much better, as 62 percent said they didn’t think he told the truth.

    National polls have suggested Trump is facing an uphill battle to win over female voters ahead of the general election.

    The Washington Post recently reported that over the past year, 65 percent of females who were questioned in Washington Post-ABC polls said they hold an “unfavorable” view of the New Yorker. In mid-July, that number stood at 69 percent.

    “No candidate has won the presidency — or even come close — with so little support from women since before 1980,” the Post noted.

    However, Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s new campaign manager, is hoping to change women’s minds about the Republican nominee, pointing out that “a critical mass of women have not said they’d vote for Hillary Clinton.”

    Cindy Hoffman, who also attended the Roast and Ride at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, said the wall is a big reason she supports Trump. “He’s going to fix everything.”

    Hoffman added she doesn’t like Clinton because she’s a “career politician” and “working for herself and her friends.”

    “She should go to prison,” Hoffman stated. “She’s a liar.”

    Athena Cole, a Republican activist and volunteer in Iowa, likes that Trump doesn’t pander to certain demographics.

    “I think he will bring back an efficiency in the government,” Cole explained. “He doesn’t pander and I appreciate that about him” unlike Clinton, she added.
     
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  19. Settingcanthurt, Aug 28, 2016

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    Immigration Expert: U.S. to Resettle Nearly One Million Muslim Migrants Under One Term of Clinton Presidency

    The U.S. could resettle nearly one million immigrants from the Muslim world under one term of a Hillary Clinton presidency, according to projections from Center for Immigration Studies’ Steve Camarota.
    Camarota explained that this large expansion in Muslim migration would be part of a massive increase in overall immigration, which the U.S. could experience under a President Hillary Clinton. Camarota noted that Clinton could potentially add as many as 10 million new immigrants to the U.S. during her first term alone, on top of the millions of illegal immigrants to whom she would grant immediate amnesty.

    Camarota’s analysis is based on recent data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Census Bureau. According to the most recent DHS available data, nearly 150,000 immigrants from the Muslim world permanently resettled in the U.S. in 2014. He explained:

    Absent the kind of change in policy that Donald Trump is talking about, it seems likely under the existing system that 600,000 new immigrants from the Muslim world settle in the United States in the next four years. On top of that, Secretary Clinton has indicated that she would like to take in 65,000 refugees from Syria next year. If that were to be repeated for the four years of her presidency, it would be an addition of roughly 215,000 immigrants from the Muslim world annually. So that the total number of immigrants from the Muslim world that might arrive in the United States is about 860,000 if Secretary Clinton were elected President.

    “While Clinton has not spelled out her long term plans for how many Syrian refugees she would take into the country, the number who could come from that country is certainly enormous,” Camarota added.

    If the same policies were followed in Clinton’s second term, roughly 1.7 million migrants from the Muslim world could potentially arrive during two terms of a Clinton presidency.

    Camarota explained that these figures are just part of the larger immigration expansion that would take place under a President Clinton, who could potentially add as many as 10 million new immigrants to the country– not including the millions of illegals to whom Clinton would grant amnesty.

    “Census data shows that each year the U.S. adds 1.5 million legal and illegal new arrivals. If a President Clinton were to add 65,000 Syrian arrivals on top of that number, then you could potentially see more than 6 million new immigrants added during her first term alone,” Camarota explained.

    “Further, if Hillary Clinton were able to pass a bill that were similar to the Rubio-Schumer bill, then it would likely add another one million legal immigrants on top of that figure annually,” Camarota said—pointing specifically to previous analysis Camarota conducted on the Clinton-backed Gang of Eight bill, which demonstrated how the plan would have doubled legal immigration.

    This means that Clinton could add 10 million new immigrants to the U.S. during her first term alone– in addition to the 11 million illegal immigrants Clinton has said she plans to amnesty within her first 100 days in office.

    “While there are some unknowns in making projections of these kinds, that does seem to be what would happen,” Camarota said.

    Today about nine out of every 10 new immigrants brought into the country on green cards come from non-Western countries in Latin America, Africa, Asia, or the Middle East.

    The current record level of immigration into the U.S. is the result of a 1965 immigration rewrite championed by Ted Kennedy, which lifted the immigration curbs enacted by President Calvin Coolidge and opened up American visas to the entire world.

    In 1970, fewer than one in 21 Americans were foreign-born. Today, as a result of the federal government’s four-decade-long green card gusher, nearly one in seven U.S. residents was born in a foreign country.

    As Pew reported last September, “Fifty years after passage of the landmark law that rewrote U.S. immigration policy, nearly 59 million immigrants have arrived in the United States, pushing the country’s foreign-born share to a near record 14%… Immigration since 1965 has swelled the nation’s foreign-born population from 9.6 million then to a record 45 million in 2015… the U.S. has—by far—the world’s largest immigrant population, holding about one-in-five of the world’s immigrants.”

    As Camarota’s projections demonstrate, under a President Clinton, the U.S. foreign-born population would grow to reach peaks never before experienced in U.S. history.

    On Thursday, Clinton delivered a speech in which she suggested that opposition to our federal policy of large-scale immigration is a “fringe” position motivated by racism.

    However, polling data seems to undermine her argument. According to Pew, 92% of the GOP electorate– and 83% of the American electorate overall– would like to see immigration levels frozen or reduced. Nearly six in ten African American voters– and a majority of Hispanics voters (53%)– said immigration into the U.S. is “too high.”

    The data has led Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions to conclude that “It is not mainstream, but extreme, to continue surging immigration beyond all historical precedent. And it is not rational, but radical, to refuse to recognize limits.”

    “Hillary Clinton has embraced a radical and extreme open borders agenda that, properly exposed, will make her un-electable,” Sessions has said.
     
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  20. Settingcanthurt, Aug 28, 2016

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    Morning Consult Poll: Clinton Lead Drops From 9 Pts To 3 In Just THREE Weeks

    A new poll from Morning Consult Intelligence hasrevealed that U.S. Republican candidate Donald Trump has closed the gap between him and Democrat hopeful Hillary Clinton, being just 3 points behind in data released on Sunday morning.
    According to the intelligence and campaigns firm, 43 per cent of registered voters say they will vote for Mrs. Clinton, while 40 per cent claim they’ll opt for Mr. Trump.

    “The matchup hasn’t been this close since late July, when Morning Consult’s poll showed a 3-point Clinton lead over Trump, 43 percent to 40 percent.”

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    The site notes:

    Both presidential candidates are still highly unpopular, with 58 percent of voters saying they have an unfavorable view of Trump and 57 percent saying the same about Clinton.

    The poll results come after Clinton gave her most direct speech thus far attacking Trump on his racial rhetoric, while the GOP nominee continued his bid to woo black and Hispanic voters.

    Trump’s campaign also floated new ideas about allowing immigrants who are illegally residing in the United States to stay in the country, an attempt to soften the real estate mogul’s harsh immigration rhetoric. But the mixed signals from the Trump campaign aren’t winning over immigration advocates.

    Clinton has also faced questions about her ties to the Clinton Foundation while she was secretary of state.

    Trump’s outreach to African American voters appears to be falling flat among that demographic, with only 5 percent of black voters saying they will vote for Trump; 79 percent of African American respondents say they will vote for Clinton, with 16 percent undecided.

    Trump also significantly trails Clinton among women voters — 44 percent to 35 percent — with 21 percent saying they don’t know or have no opinion.

    Independents remain stubbornly divided in three camps: 35 percent say they will vote for Clinton; 34 percent prefer Trump; and 31 percent are undecided.

    Trump’s gains on Clinton tighten to within the margin of error when accounting for other presidential candidates. In that matchup, Clinton leads Trump by just 2 points, 39 percent to 37 percent.

    The margin of error in the 2,007 registered voter poll is +/- 2 per cent, and it also shows Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green candidate Jill Stein failing to reach double digits.

    Mr. Johnson is at 8 percent while Ms. Stein is low on 3 per cent.
     
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