Rob Rogers for April 28, 2016

  1. Crow
    Happy Two Shoes  almost 8 years ago

    The Id monster rises from the deep republicon sub conscious swamp.

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  2. Wtp
    superposition  almost 8 years ago

    Others also worry about Trump:

    “Thus far Mr Trump has given very few details of his policies – and these tend to be prone to constant revision – but a few themes have become apparent. First, he has been exceptionally hostile towards free trade, including notably NAFTA, and has repeatedly labelled China as a “currency manipulator”. He has also taken an exceptionally right-wing stance on the Middle East and jiadhi terrorism, including, among other things, advocating the killing of families of terrorists and launching a land incursion into Syria to wipe out IS (and acquire its oil). In the event of a Trump victory, his hostile attitude to free trade, and alienation of Mexico and China in particular, could escalate rapidly into a trade war – and at the least scupper the Trans-Pacific Partnership between the US and 11 other American and Asian states signed in February 2016. His militaristic tendencies towards the Middle East (and ban on all Muslim travel to the US) would be a potent recruitment tool for jihadi groups, increasing their threat both within the region and beyond."https://gfs.eiu.com/Article.aspx?articleType=gr&articleId=2866

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    William Bednar Premium Member almost 8 years ago

    Yes. Trump is the “ideological love child” of the GOP!

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  4. Bill
    Mr. Blawt  almost 8 years ago

    That has been the Republican platform for 20 years, put around in a floatie and blame everyone else when you don’t get your way. The party of NO has run out of boats.

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