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Old February 20th, 2016, 07:07 PM
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

Hillary won with a 5 point lead.

Jeb Bush is out of race .. No son of a Bush in White House.
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Old February 20th, 2016, 07:40 PM
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

And Tronald Dump wins as well. This is getting interesting.
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Old February 21st, 2016, 04:33 AM
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

Kasich and Ben Carson should drop out soon too. They don't have a chance any more.
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Old February 21st, 2016, 07:06 AM
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

I think Kasich has a strong chance as a sane man amongst a pack of morons. His strategy was to let the maniacs fight it out and wound each other, then he starts to make his mark. He is the only one left on Republican side who has best governance experience to showcase.
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

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I think Kasich has a strong chance as a sane man amongst a pack of morons. His strategy was to let the maniacs fight it out and wound each other, then he starts to make his mark. He is the only one left on Republican side who has best governance experience to showcase.
It's hard for Kasich to recover now, after such a big loss in SC. Her has Ohio support and that's it. He might make a good VP to Rubio.
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

I'm not convinced with Rubio.. Chikna guy who parrots memorized stuff.

“John Kasich clearly is the most experienced candidate left in the race,” former U.S. Sen. John Sununu tells Inside the Beltway. “Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio haven’t cut anyone’s taxes, they haven’t rolled back regulations to help small business. John Kasich has done both. He’s the conservative candidate who can get things done. He has demonstrated a very broad appeal with the public and an unexpected ability to grow the vote in New Hampshire and South Carolina.”

Mr. Sununu adds, “On March 1 we go to states where he could win a big chunk of delegates. This is obviously an unusual election year, but John Kasich is by far the strongest candidate the Republican Party can put forth. Voters are catching on to that.”

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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

Trump wins Nevada as well!
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

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Trump lost Iowa. What does it mean for his prospects? Is it like "1 gone, 49 to go"?
Now, isn't there a deficiency in such a system. Like SC choosing between Clinton and Sanders.
Should not states where Democrats are strong have greater say in the selection of democrat candidates and vice versa for states like SC where republicans are strong.
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

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should the US military obey Trump if he becomes President ?

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/w...w/51217662.cms
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

Civil war may break out if Drumf become Prez.. hoping that doesn't happen.

Looks like Sanders is gaining some momentum. Other than his socialist message, I like him.
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Re: US Presidential Elections 2016

Parallels here -

Republican Supporters see Hillary Clinton in the same light as BJP supporters see 'Doshi Naagin' - Sonia Gandhi

Trump seems to be having a Modi effect - Love him or hate him, but you cant ignore him.
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