How I Chose My Candidate; What Would Change My Mind

Choice:

Candidate A: Marries a lot; has weird orange hair; says mean things and won't apologize for them.

Candidate B: Lies a lot; has weird "Paid for by Wall Street" stickers on everything; wrecks foreign countries, costing millions their lives, and won't apologize for it.

Hmm, let me see...

I'd Change If:

I will alter my choice if my candidate picks a mainstream, war-loving Republican for his running mate.

But given he doesn't want to be assassinated, I'm guessing he won't do that.

11 comments:

  1. So I guess Tom Cotton is right out.

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  2. Could you clarify how Candidate A's choice of a conventional Republican would make him more likely to be assassinated?

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    1. If a warmonger is VP, assassinating the more peaceful president gets us more war. And that's what the MIC wants.

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  3. Republicans have long been delusional about their party. Turning to an orange knight to save them from their past choices is just more of the same.

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    1. This comment is very bizarre:
      1) The GOP leadership all rejected Trump, not "turned to him"!
      2) Trump did best in state's where Democrats and independents could vote: he was scoring big NOT with traditional GOP voters, but with people disillusioned with both parties.

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    2. So Republicans are now the party? Don't mistake me. Trump is the best thing for the party, but when all your past choices have been wrong, maybe the thing to do is to do the opposite of what you believe.

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    3. "So Republicans are now the party? "

      ????????

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  4. Yes, there are those people out there called voters. You know. The ones the elected all those politicians they hate. The ones that just can't help themselves. Perhaps you should look in the mirror.

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    1. I think you comments are losing all coherence: I can't even disagree with them, because I have no idea what they mean.

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  5. So, did Pence make you change your mind about Trump???

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    1. Thinking about it... Once the convention is over, I'm going to look at the foreign policy statements coming from the campaign.

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