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Thursday, January 21, 2016

One America Poll from New Hampshire

Trump is off the chart at 35%

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  1. Post the Florida poll where all the Dems are behind a bunch of R's!

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  2. That's an interesting graph. It not only makes 0% greater than zero but also makes Huckabee's 0% greater than Santorum's!

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    1. The true graph on election day will be the one we can all agree with. I post these things as a warning that maybe we should not get too excited until then.

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  3. Unless a ton of Republicans turn out, and a significant number of black and Hispanics vote GOP, Hillary Clinton will be our next president.

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    1. No, she has to avoid indictment and beat Bernie first and her polling trajectory is mirroring 2008, only falling earlier than last time. Sucking up to BLM wont get the black vote out, just offend the rest of the world. ROFLOL

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    2. Please get real, she has lost the woman vote to Bernie, young people hate 'that old white lady' not to mention the 25% of dems aka Reagan democrats Trump is polling. The R's are getting attention from lots of folks who stayed away for Mitt and Bob. Excitement and enthusiasm factors matter and the old hag does not generate any of those, well except for the chicks in cell block 69.

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  4. New Hampshire??? BFD. Lets see how New Hampshire has predicted presidential elections. NH winners: Musky, Gore, Kerry, Hart, Dukakis, Tsongas, Buchanan, McCain, . . . Statistically, you are better off LOSING New Hampshire! I hope Hillary wins NH, then we can start looking for a chunk of floating ice she can inhabit as it drifts off into the horizon.

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  5. Now she has Bloomberg setting up his own committee! The next Ross Perot to her Bush! LOL

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  6. In all this excitement, Clinton still leads ALL the national polls on the D side. Beyond the politician junkie hype in Iowa and New Hampshire, it's still Hillary leading the pack by far. I would never vote for Hillary Clinton, but some of us (including myself) have been too quick to dismiss the soulless Mrs. Clinton to our own peril. Take nothing for granted and take all measures possible to defeat her. We cannot count on Loretta Lynch to be non political. Justice may be blind, but our Justice Department is not.

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