All Things TRUMP

Discussion in 'Politics Forum' started by John Zafran, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. John Zafran

    As If Everything Was Held In Place

    Lately, I have been warming up to the idea of a Trump nomination, as is the RNC. What are the thoughts of our Chorus.FM community?
     
  2. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

    uh oh
     
  3. KimmyGibbler

    Everywhere you look... Prestigious

    What makes you warm to him? How did you feel about him before?

    Personally, I think his popularity is harmful to our national political identity. The idea that someone with no policy initiatives or consistent theory of governance can advance this far in our election process just on the power of "rebellion" is pretty frightening to me. Especially when I think of what kind of candidate could come along in 2020.

    Now I don't hate the guy. Gun to my head, I would prefer a Trump presidency to a Cruz presidency. I understand why a discouraged citizen would gravitate towards someone like Trump, I don't hate those people and I don't think they are dumb or anything.
     
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  5. OhTheWater

    Let it run Supporter

    You'd get along with some of my 8th graders
     
  6. colorlesscliche

    Trusted Prestigious

    If you're trolling, this is a stupid thread. If you're serious, please, in a serious manner, tell me your thoughts of how this is a good idea.
     
  7. clucky

    C O R N Supporter

    where is my dislike button Zuckerberg Tate?
     
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  8. Stephen Young

    Regular Prestigious

    The rest of the world laughs at americans who "warm up" to trump.
     
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  9. clucky

    C O R N Supporter

    I really don't think anyone actually "warms up" to Trump. Rather just people feel more comfortable admitting that they like blatant xenophobia
     
  10. kpatrickwood

    Give what you can. Supporter

    All I can say is that I really admire his dedication to what has to be the most compelling piece of performance art in the history of modern civilization.
     
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  11. Henry

    KPP Moderator

    Hypothetically, if he wins the nom and then decides he doesn't want to actually run, what could the RNC do? Could they just throw someone up there?
     
  12. KimmyGibbler

    Everywhere you look... Prestigious

    Yes.
     
  13. bradpetrik

    Trusted Prestigious

    America has always had a love of xenophobia.
     
  14. 8123

    freeze up

    I think it's very likely that he'll want to run, but the RNC doesn't want him to be their nominee so I think they'd love it if he changed his mind.
     
  15. MrRobot

    Twitter/IG: @scott325

    Isn't the OP saying he's warmed up to the idea that he gets the nomination. As in, nobody believed it was even feasible a year ago, even 6 months ago? I didn't read that post as necessarily saying they support Trump.

    I think he gets the nom, but he'll get slaughtered in the general. His unfavorables are insanely, maybe even historically, bad.
     
  16. Jake Gyllenhaal

    How does it feel to be in R.E.M.?

    It'll be great for comedy
     
  17. Dean May 1, 2016
    (Last edited: May 1, 2016)
    Dean

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  18. MrRobot

    Twitter/IG: @scott325

    Trump is basically an American version of Berlusconi.
     
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  19. CoopDawg

    They're obviously grilled... Prestigious

    And the Oscar goes to...
     
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  20. Dean

    Trusted Prestigious

    Boris Johnson is a pretty good parallel for Trump. Either way, yeah, there are shitty politicians and movements everywhere.
     
  21. incognitojones

    www.notlovely.com Supporter

    Trump getting the nomination could mean the end of the current Republican party, right?

    I'd love to see the Federalists come back or something.
     
  22. Ferrari333SP

    Trusted Supporter

    There is 0% chance of Trump winning in November, yet I keep finding people online who think Trump will easily beat Hillary in the election. Like, do these people not understand the mind of the American voter? Or the demographics that make up this country, and the kind of people these people vote for?
     
  23. Jake Gyllenhaal

    How does it feel to be in R.E.M.?

    They tend to surround themselves with like-minded people.
     
  24. MrRobot

    Twitter/IG: @scott325

    It's hilarious. Liberal people getting super worried about him genuinely confuses me. IIRC, Romney had the highest percentage of the white vote in quite a long time and still got beat pretty heavily. Trump will essentially have only the white vote to an even further extent, and that alone can't win elections in this country anymore.
     
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  26. colorlesscliche

    Trusted Prestigious

    Even if you look at voter counts now, sure he's winning 50%+, but he has half the votes of Hilary and just as many as Bernie in some states.
     
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  27. clucky

    C O R N Supporter

    I feel like you're underestimating him. No one thought he could actually win the nomination when he first entered yet here we are. Clinton is less popular than Obama ever was.

    Clinton is still likely going to win, but its far from a foregone conclusion.