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Another day, another Donald Trump doozie.

The presidential candidate, who’s soared to No. 1 among Republican presidential candidates in the latest Fox News poll, attacked opponent Rick Perry’s intelligence on Twitter Thursday.

“.@GovernorPerry just gave a pollster quote on me. He doesn’t understand what the word demagoguery means,” Trump tweeted.


Also Read: Trump Dumped! Univision Drops Miss USA Pageant Over Mexican Immigrant Remarks

He followed up with a proposal: “.@GovernorPerry failed on the border. He should be forced to take an IQ test before being allowed to enter the GOP debate.”

Trump’s tirade against the former Texas governor came after Perry tweeted: .@realDonaldTrump-ism not conservatism but a toxic mix of demagoguery and nonsense.”

Trump also tweeted his ire at Senator John McCain, who was the Republican nominee for president in 2008.


Also Read: Donald Trump Jabs Sean Hannity, Fox News During Interview: 'I Don't Need to Be Doing This' (Video)

“The thousands of people that showed up for me in Phoenix were amazing Americans. @SenJohnMcCain called them “crazies” — must apologize!” he tweeted.

Trump then insulted McCain’s intelligence: “.@SenJohnMcCain should be defeated in the primaries. Graduated last in his class at Annapolis — dummy!”

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Not seeing what is wrong?

He calls the guy who couldn't remember what the EPA is in a debate, a moron.. Fair

He calls McCain a psycho.. Even fairer..

Tell me, Ray, what did Trump do wrong?

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Relentless, its because Trump is on the Republican ticket, thats all it ever is. He never really gets articulate with any of his views.

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nothing is wright or nothing is wrong it is just what trump did what do you think about what trump said. I find it very interesting and I hope trump holds his lead so he can be in the gop. debate.

What is the matter can't take it? I am very entertained by the whole mess. Maybe that little gutter snipe with the face of a 13 year old Rubio can run on the gop ticket. Just think if he wins we can have bring your Rubio to work day.

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the media doesn't want people to know the real truth about illegal immigration. Note this article from over FIVE years ago published by Latina Magazine;

"Phoenix is now the "kidnapping capital" of the United States only affirms what many residents already believe.

Now, a new method of marking territory has crossed over into the United States. "Rape trees" are popping up in Southern Arizona and their significance is horrific. These "rape trees" are places where cartel members and coyotes rape female border crossers and hang their clothes, specifically undergarments, to mark their conquest."

http://www.npr.org/2014/03/23/293449153/the-rarely-told-stories-of-sexual-assaul t-against-female-migrants


sure Trump said it without proper qualifiers because this is happening in almost every human smuggling route, but when NPR covers it? It's PC, rights?

The Rarely Told Stories Of Sexual Assault Against Female Migrants
March 23, 2014 5:00 PM ET
Steve Inskeep 2010
Steve Inskeep
Twitter
Listen to the Story

All Things Considered
8:04

Arun Rath talks with Steve Inskeep about his road trip along the U.S.-Mexico border. Sexual assault has become more common for women who make the perilous trip across the desert into the U.S.

http://www.npr.org/2014/03/23/293449153/the-rarely-told-stories-of-sexual-assaul t-against-female-migrants

the story gets even worse when you go to Africans immigrating illeglay into Europe...

pick on Trump and his delviery of the truth all you want, but there's real serious problem here and Trump at least took the time to point out the reality of the situation.

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Originally Posted By Relentless:

Not seeing what is wrong?

He calls the guy who couldn't remember what the EPA is in a debate, a moron.. Fair

He calls McCain a psycho.. Even fairer..

Tell me, Ray, what did Trump do wrong?
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That's the problem, not enough people see the problem with this!

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Iwish , all I did was post what MR. Trump said why are you trying to make it more than that? I think Mr. Trump has the right to say any thing he wants.

I think you are fishing for my motivation for this post. That is fine with me as long as you are not trying to paint it a different color. Anything that causes this much controversy in the news is worth following to me. As for Mr. MCcain I do feel for him like I felt for Kerry being dishonored. However this is an internal republican fight. I do agree with the Donald about Perry he is a retard And McCain I just don't like his politics.

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I am not sure what your talking about Raybond?

I saw what you posted, an article about Trump that's it.

But, if you don't see what's wrong about Trumps Crap then maybe you have become to use to it, like so many others.

Your right he is not much different than the other ones that run, to bad they don't run any more on their ability to do the job.

Then again maybe their ability to run their mouth is their only ability to do the job.

Seems like so many people are excepting the idea that putting down other people is okay, yet when it happens to their kids or themselves it not okay?

Here is Trumps latest one, this one should fry him:

"Trump ignited a firestorm of criticism on Saturday after he said at the Iowa Family Leadership Summit that McCain, a former Navy pilot who was held for more than five years in Vietnam after his plane was shot down in 1967, qualifies as a war hero only "because he was captured," and that he likes people who weren't captured


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To be honest? I think Trump is making fun of the whole country.
Do i think he'd make good president? nope. But the more people pay attention to what he's saying? The higher his count goes.sorta like rush limbugger and glen bek

I dunno the circumstance behind Mccain getting captured, but the qustion is more about what makes a war hero a war hero. Is it body count? Cuz that led to ear necklaces remember? marine recon and others had to prove they got their numbers right.

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After his now-famous comments deriding the war record of Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) last weekend, Donald Trump was supposed to be toast.

NBC’s First Read asked if this was a “tipping point.”

“Trump GOP Candidacy Blows Up” blared a Weekly Standard headline. “DON VOYAGE: Trump is toast after insult,” proclaimed the front page of the New York Post. “Trump is toast,” the conservative magazine Commentary put it simply.

He’s “not running a real campaign,” according to Rick Wilson, and in fact, “the Donald Trump candidacy is almost over.” The Huffington Post famously recategorized Trump news into their entertainment section.

“Trump will continue to be loud and defiant,” ABC’s Rick Klein said, “but he will cease being relevant long before votes are cast.” Mitt Romney tweeted, “The difference between Sen. John McCain and Donald Trump: Trump shot himself down.”

“It’s still a great question how this Republican nomination race will sort out once this Trump nonsense ends,” wrote National Journal’s Charlie Cook. The establishment reaction to Trump’s McCain comments “will probably mark the moment when Trump’s candidacy went from boom to bust,” according to the New York Times.

Yet Trump continues to surge in the polls, with a CNN-ORC poll finding he continues to lead the field nationwide at 18 percent, followed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 15 percent and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at 10 percent. The rest of the field was in single digits. Beyond the 18 percent giving him their support, well over half of white evangelicals, conservatives, and tea party supporters want him to remain in the race. Trump has now led five out of the last five national polls.

One NBC News-Marist poll found that Trump led the GOP field in New Hampshire with 21 percent support — Bush followed with 14 percent and Walker at 12 percent. The other 14 candidates were in the single digits.

Another poll in Iowa showed Trump almost tied with Walker’s lead position there — 17 percent for Trump and 19 for Walker. Bush trailed at 12 percent and the rest of the field in single digits. The Iowa poll was conducted before and after Trump’s comments about McCain — in New Hampshire his support and favorability rating dropped after the comments while in Iowa they actually increased.

This success has impact beyond poll numbers, as it causes other GOP candidates, some of whom have governed states or passed significant legislation, to miss the first primary debate.

A survey of early-state GOP “insiders” conducted by Politico last week found that three-quarters of respondents thought Trump had peaked.

Some candidates have lashed out at Trump, while others have taken a “well if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” approach. Former Gov. Mike Huckabee recently said Trump was “fascinating” and “sort of unfiltered in a way that’s refreshing.” In fact, Huckabee said, perhaps Huckabee was Trump before Trump was Trump. “I’ll be honest with you, a lot of the things that he’s saying, those are things that, in many ways, I’ve been saying those for eight years.”

For his part, Trump explains his surge as being larger than himself.

“This is more than me,” he said on CNN. “This is a movement going on. People are tired of these incompetent politicians in Washington who can’t get anything done.”

The real conclusion to be drawn from the last week? Pundits should pause prior to making pronouncements, and would do better to let events play out as they may. Political outcomes are unpredictable.

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Here are some facts..

McCain is a tool
Clinton is a tool
Perry...a tool
Romney is a tool
Rubio...tool
Obama is a tool
and...every other candidate either REP or DEM are TOOLS!

The "Donald" is also a tool, but what sets him apart from the rest of the above mentioned morons, s that Trump isn't bought and paid for,and because of that,he has the ability to speak the truth...

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Oh and one more fact...

ANYONE who believes that ANY of the establishment's candidates(Republican or Democratic)are going to "look out for you"
are TOOLS!

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maybe it would be safe to say that Trump is the sharpest tool in the drawer right now.

still my favorite tool - Schism:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhjG47gtMCo

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quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Here are some facts..

McCain is a tool
Clinton is a tool
Perry...a tool
Romney is a tool
Rubio...tool
Obama is a tool
and...every other candidate either REP or DEM are TOOLS!

The "Donald" is also a tool, but what sets him apart from the rest of the above mentioned morons, s that Trump isn't bought and paid for,and because of that,he has the ability to speak the truth...

you left out Bernie Sanders. I kinda like him but today i saw a meme that claims he wants to ban all guns "not for hunting" and that means he hasn't really understood the 2nd at all... he seems pretty decent on most other stuff (IMO)

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Originally posted By Glassman:

To be honest? I think Trump is making fun of the whole country.
Do i think he'd make good president? nope. But the more people pay attention to what he's saying? The higher his count goes.sorta like rush limbugger and glen bek

I dunno the circumstance behind Mccain getting captured, but the qustion is more about what makes a war hero a war hero. Is it body count? Cuz that led to ear necklaces remember? marine recon and others had to prove they got their numbers right.
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I would agree, i am not sure what would classify a war hero in this case, but many consider him that, which is fine.

Anyone that can survive what he went through has my respect and to do so and still be living at his age after that, is amazing.

No one has any clue what he and others had to do to survive that long of an ordeal, only those captured know for sure, we the public will never know.

I am sure he has had some tuff nights through his entire life after the Hanoi Hilton and i am sure he doesn't lose much sleep over Trump

Trump was doing his best to disrespect him for serving and surviving a horrible capture.

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Originally Posted by Buckstalker:

Here are some facts..

McCain is a tool
Clinton is a tool
Perry...a tool
Romney is a tool
Rubio...tool
Obama is a tool
and...every other candidate either REP or DEM are TOOLS!

The "Donald" is also a tool, but what sets him apart from the rest of the above mentioned morons, s that Trump isn't bought and paid for,and because of that,he has the ability to speak the truth
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I was rather surprised by your answer after reading Trumps crap.

Ability to speak the truth?

I thought for sure you would have seen through Trump.

I guess if you like him you have your presidental choice, but i don't think he will make it that far, he has no clue when to shut his mouth or what comes out of it.

Not that there are any great choices.

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quote:
Originally posted by IWISHIHAD:
Originally Posted by Buckstalker:

Here are some facts..

McCain is a tool
Clinton is a tool
Perry...a tool
Romney is a tool
Rubio...tool
Obama is a tool
and...every other candidate either REP or DEM are TOOLS!

The "Donald" is also a tool, but what sets him apart from the rest of the above mentioned morons, s that Trump isn't bought and paid for,and because of that,he has the ability to speak the truth
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I was rather surprised by your answer after reading Trumps crap.

Ability to speak the truth?

I thought for sure you would have seen through Trump.

I guess if you like him you have your presidental choice, but i don't think he will make it that far, he has no clue when to shut his mouth or what comes out of it.

Not that there are any great choices.

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Iwish...I never said I liked him nor did I say he was my "choice"...I merely stated that he isn't afraid to say what's on his mind because he isn't "owned" like the rest of the tools on the list.

I quit voting many moons ago because I figured out that presidential elections are a rigged game created by the establishment to lead you to believe that you have a choice (you do NOT by the way), and I refuse to participate in the LIE...

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Here are some facts..

McCain is a tool
Clinton is a tool
Perry...a tool
Romney is a tool
Rubio...tool
Obama is a tool
and...every other candidate either REP or DEM are TOOLS!

The "Donald" is also a tool, but what sets him apart from the rest of the above mentioned morons, s that Trump isn't bought and paid for,and because of that,he has the ability to speak the truth...

you left out Bernie Sanders. I kinda like him but today i saw a meme that claims he wants to ban all guns "not for hunting" and that means he hasn't really understood the 2nd at all... he seems pretty decent on most other stuff (IMO)
Sanders stance on a lot of issues are right in line with mine but if what you say about his stance on guns is true...well then he is a tool too
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i just saw a new meme today saying Sanders would overturn Citizens United...

i din't bother trying to 'splain that a SCOTUS decision cannot be "overturned' by a President or the Congress...

so i will wait 'n see what Bernie says from his own mouth..

i get to vote in one primary or the other in MS. Trump or Sanders? i dunno yet. have to wait 'n see who i am voting against as much as hwo i'm voting for... Jeb or Hillary? neither one

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I wouldnt waste a minute of my life voting for either of the establishments picks... in fact until big money is taken out of politics, I wont participate in the scam

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Lol, any prez that tries to ban all guns except hunting rifles will start a civil war.
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Election
Trump Says Female Moderator Who Confronted Him About Sexism Was On Her Period

by Judd Legum Aug 7, 2015 9:52pm


Donald Trump, who leads the polls for the Republican presidential nomination by a wide margin, received a series of tough questions during the Fox News debate on Thursday. Notably, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly confronted Trump about his history of insults about women. Over the years, Trump has referred to women as “fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals,” Kelly noted.

Appearing on CNN Friday night, Trump suggested that Kelly asked him “ridiculous questions” because she was on her period. Specifically, Trump said she had “blood coming out of her whatever.”

On Thursday night Trump dismissed concerns that he was a misogynist, saying he didn’t “have time for total political correctness.” “[W]hat I say is fun, it’s kidding, we have a good time,” Trump added

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Megyn Kelly, Bret Baier, Chris Wallace...tools
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I have no problem voting for Trump.

I think the fact that everybody wants him to stop speaking what's actually on his minds tells us all we need to know about the State of our Union. The nannies are going to go stark raving mad before this is all over.

I for one am tired of people pretending everything is OK when it is not, and that's where i think this Trump fiasco is headed.
as Buckstalker keeps saying, they are all tools, Trump has many fewer "handlers" or masters to answer to.

i don't agree with Trumps mental attitude, but hte fact is that when i live in VA i was surrounded by people who make Trump seem politically correct and they were just your average military type...MS has a very differnt demographic more of a good ole boy and it's even worse here...
to my way of thinking there is something refreshing about hearing his actual opinions and people being able to say hey that's just wrong. without a big shunning process. That's what the media wants to do, shun him, but it ain't working.

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I try to keep my opinion off of this post for many reasons. I will say one thing I find Trumps mouth very refreshing. He tells it like it is and not to many people like that, especially the lap dogs. Almost everybody knows that money buys our leaders been that way from the beginning founding fathers and all. Nobody talks about it, until Trump came along and said he did it and he gives us examples. I think he is just what the doctor ordered so I say go Trump.

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Ray!
That is the first thing you've ever said that made sense.

Holy crap! Hell hath frozen the f over!

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Despite a critically shaky debate performance and a fresh round of controversy, real-estate magnate Donald Trump still leads the Republican presidential field, according to several new polls.

A new poll from NBC and SurveyMonkey showed Trump's popularity among GOP primary voters mostly unchanged. According to the new poll, 23% of Republican-primary voters said Trump would be their first choice for president if the election were held today. That's up from 22% last week though well within the poll's 3.4% margin of error.

On Monday, polling firm Morning Consult released a poll that showed Trump's support increasing to 32% from 25% last week.

Public Policy Polling also released a poll that showed Trump leading among Republican primary voters in Iowa, with 19%, 7% ahead of the next candidate, Dr. Ben Carson.

“Donald Trump’s public fight with Fox News might hurt him in the long run,” Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling, said in a press release. “But for the time being he continues to lead the pack.”

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Fox News...the biggest right wing propaganda machine in existence, yet their tactics are so childish and easy to see through it becomes comedic at best

I watched Gutfeld's show last night for about 5 minutes...he had 4 black children on who were supposedly from a debate team to express their views on who they thought won and lost the debate...miraculously all of them concluded that either Trump or Paul were the clear losers and that Rubio, Carson and Kasich were the victors...

It was the most pathetic attempt to sway public opinion that I have ever seen!!!

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FOX NEWS: leans right


LEANS LEFT:

MSNBC
NBC
CBS
ABC
CNN
New York Times

and the list goes on and on


You sit here and bark about FOX News like they control the media. Do you need help understanding how biased everyone BESIDES fox is? You want fox to be like CNN so not one outlet has a different opinion? Good grief.


Just the ratings should tell everyone that the majority of america is not liberal or left leaning. It is still center right.

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It isn't so much that liberals are ignorant. It's just that they know so many things that aren't so.

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quote:
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That's your best and most accurate post yet.
Nicely done.

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quote:
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That's your best and most accurate post yet.
Nicely done.

A fascinating response of an error posting by the relentless.

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It isn't so much that liberals are ignorant. It's just that they know so many things that aren't so.

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FOX NEWS: leans right


LEANS LEFT:

MSNBC
NBC
CBS
ABC
CNN
New York Times

and the list goes on and on


You sit here and bark about FOX News like they control the media. Do you need help understanding how biased everyone BESIDES fox is? You want fox to be like CNN so not one outlet has a different opinion? Good grief.


Just the ratings should tell everyone that the majority of america is not liberal or left leaning. It is still center right.

NO...I don't need help understanding how biased everyone INCLUDING Fox is...nor did I EVER state that I want Fox to be like CNN
Here's a newsflash for you cow....they are ALL the same. They are ALL propaganda machines...not news outlets.
If you continue to believe that the "right" is looking out for you, or that Fox News is telling you the truth, it proves to me that you are simply one of the ignorant masses...
I am 100% positive that no one in Washington or in the media is looking out for me...Ruff...Ruff

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One more thing Cash, and I am not trying to be mean or funny, but are you just plain dense? The ONLY reason that propaganda outlets like CNN and Fox continue to exist is because simpletons like yourself continue to not only watch them, but you continue to "believe" that they are telling you the facts...

Ruff

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quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
One more thing Cash, and I am not trying to be mean or funny, but are you just plain dense? The ONLY reason that propaganda outlets like CNN and Fox continue to exist is because simpletons like yourself continue to not only watch them, but you continue to "believe" that they are telling you the facts...

Ruff

Good grief you are making your own image of me to fit your argument. I know what they are and who they serve. One just does it better than the rest.
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