PoliticalGround Trump is going down in flames.

10/27/16 3:59 PM
8/31/07
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Jack Carter -
Ed Okin -
Jack Carter - 

New RCP nationwide average has Trump down by 4 now. He cut his deficit in half over the past 4-5 days

 

where are the flames? I don't see any flames


Fivethirtyeight.com still has Clinton up by 6.2 percent. That's a decrease from 6.9% a week ago. For Trump, though, even that small gain is misleading. Those aren't voters lost to Trump from Clinton, those are likely Republican voters who have decided they will, in fact, vote for Trump. 

You say you don't see flames, but being down by 6.2 points with less than two weeks to go is a nightmare scenario. It's impossible to close that gap. Call it what you want, but the Trump campaign is in dire straits and everyone is mentally preparing for the ass kicking that is about to happen. 

Trump has gained since this thread was created. 

 

Thats not not going down in flames. 

 

I really dont don't see any flames. Where are these flames?

The reason you can't see them is because your head is so far up Trumps ass since you had drunk all the Trump coolaid and you wanted to find the source.

10/27/16 4:09 PM
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pulsar -
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Masakyst - 

Trumpies believe he's really winning because of unscientific online polls that let them sit up all night clicking their support for Trump over and over again, or by using automated bots. 

And they also believe that in-person voter fraud is actually a serious problem that requires new legislation and regulation, so as to prevent people from voting more than once.

Hmmm.

Hmmmmmmm.

HMMMMMMmmmmmm.


Not really. Most are just saying the polling numbers can't be relied on.

 

Only desperate democrats are opposed to making it more difficult for voter fraud to occur. I wonder why.


You really wonder? Studies from conservative groups upon finding increased controls on voting disproportionately hit minority groups - pursued the laws even harder. 

You mean showing ID, or having a statewide start date for voting rather than letting some urban areas start way before everybody else?

That's what you mean by "controls" right?

After the Veritas tapes, do you think anybody buys that heaping pile of bullshit? Phone Post 3.0
10/27/16 11:57 PM
1/25/04
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http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/26/politics/bloomberg-florida-poll-trump-clinton/

 

Trump has 2-point edge in new Florida poll

 

(CNN)Donald Trump has a 2 percentage point edge over Hillary Clinton in Florida, according to a new poll released Wednesday, as both presidential campaigns blanket the critical swing state in a full sprint to Election Day.

A new Bloomberg Politics poll finds Trump ahead of Clinton, 45% to 43% -- well within the poll's 3.2 percentage point margin of error -- in a four-way race among likely voters. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 4% support, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein draws 2%. For perspective, President Barack Obama won the state's 29 electoral votes in 2012 by less than a percentage point.
That's a significant shift from Florida polling earlier this month, which regularly showed Clinton in the lead. A Quinnipiac University survey -- taken after the the release of the "Access Hollywood" recording of Trump and following the second presidential debate -- showed Clinton leading by 4 percentage points, 48% to 44%.
10/27/16 11:59 PM
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Yes but Trump is behind Romneys totals at this point in the election in actual VOTING.

10/28/16 12:15 AM
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Yes but Trump is behind Romneys totals at this point in the election in actual VOTING.


And? 

10/31/16 6:42 PM
1/25/04
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Trump is now within the margin of error: 3 points below.

 

Where are the flames? I don't see any flames

10/31/16 7:04 PM
2/22/09
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Trump is coming on strong. He's now at 25% to win:

http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/?ex_cid=rrpromo

10/31/16 7:08 PM
1/25/04
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yabadaba - 

Trump is coming on strong. He's now at 25% to win:

http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/?ex_cid=rrpromo


That's his average thorughout the general election.

 

How is being at his average "going down in flames"?

10/31/16 7:13 PM
1/1/01
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Ed Okin -
Jack Carter - 
Ed Okin -
Jack Carter - 

New RCP nationwide average has Trump down by 4 now. He cut his deficit in half over the past 4-5 days

 

where are the flames? I don't see any flames


Fivethirtyeight.com still has Clinton up by 6.2 percent. That's a decrease from 6.9% a week ago. For Trump, though, even that small gain is misleading. Those aren't voters lost to Trump from Clinton, those are likely Republican voters who have decided they will, in fact, vote for Trump. 

You say you don't see flames, but being down by 6.2 points with less than two weeks to go is a nightmare scenario. It's impossible to close that gap. Call it what you want, but the Trump campaign is in dire straits and everyone is mentally preparing for the ass kicking that is about to happen. 

Trump has gained since this thread was created. 

 

Thats not not going down in flames. 

 

I really dont don't see any flames. Where are these flames?

 

If you don't see that the Trump house has already burned to the ground, then you are exactly the moron that you show yourself to be in thread after thread. Willfull ignorance is still ignorance. And it's the mark of a real fool.

 

crazy legs ed must be pig biting mad

10/31/16 7:16 PM
1/25/04
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Ed Okin - 
Jack Carter - 
Ed Okin -
Jack Carter - 

New RCP nationwide average has Trump down by 4 now. He cut his deficit in half over the past 4-5 days

 

where are the flames? I don't see any flames


Fivethirtyeight.com still has Clinton up by 6.2 percent. That's a decrease from 6.9% a week ago. For Trump, though, even that small gain is misleading. Those aren't voters lost to Trump from Clinton, those are likely Republican voters who have decided they will, in fact, vote for Trump. 

You say you don't see flames, but being down by 6.2 points with less than two weeks to go is a nightmare scenario. It's impossible to close that gap. Call it what you want, but the Trump campaign is in dire straits and everyone is mentally preparing for the ass kicking that is about to happen. 

Trump has gained since this thread was created. 

 

Thats not not going down in flames. 

 

I really dont don't see any flames. Where are these flames?

 

If you don't see that the Trump house has already burned to the ground, then you are exactly the moron that you show yourself to be in thread after thread. Willfull ignorance is still ignorance. And it's the mark of a real fool.

 


If it already burned to the ground, then how can it be "going down in flames"? This is something you need to take up with OP.

10/31/16 7:18 PM
11/28/08
Posts: 14488

Trump is coming back from grabbing the pussy, but it is only coming at the expense of Johnson, not Hildawg. 

10/31/16 7:23 PM
4/10/13
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The guy with the bad hair has virtually no way to pull enough electoral votes to win this thing, not enough blue states to turn red. His only hope is to tie, and fight it in the courts...but, that's a long shot at best. He'll probably do it anyway if it's a beatdown at the polls. Phone Post 3.0
10/31/16 7:25 PM
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Trump is going down in exactly the same way that the UK didn't brexit and Colombia voted for peace. Dead cert. Like they were. Phone Post 3.0
10/31/16 7:37 PM
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Jack Carter - 
yabadaba - 

Trump is coming on strong. He's now at 25% to win:

http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/?ex_cid=rrpromo


That's his average thorughout the general election.

 

How is being at his average "going down in flames"?


He was at 45% before the first debate and then he dropped to 12%.

Now he's back up to 25% (i.e. the race is tightening).

10/31/16 9:49 PM
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Prophetic thread. Flames rise up. Phone Post 3.0
10/31/16 9:59 PM
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Saw today where a professor who had guessed the right president every election using a certain formula, used it yesterday and Trump was the outcome. . . Phone Post 3.0
10/31/16 10:08 PM
8/31/07
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A third of registered voters have already voted in Florida, early voters favor dems. By Friday 50% of Florida will have already voted and early voters will exceed mailin ballots.

 

No way Trump wins in Florida, his only chance was if people didnt show up.

10/31/16 10:16 PM
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Scrap7 - Saw today where a professor who had guessed the right president every election using a certain formula, used it yesterday and Trump was the outcome. . . Phone Post 3.0

I wouldn't put much confident in these type of claims.  There was one going around a year ago where some group supposedly had predicted the correct primary candidates for decades.  They said it was going to be between Bernie and Jeb.

10/31/16 10:20 PM
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A third of registered voters have already voted in Florida, early voters favor dems. By Friday 50% of Florida will have already voted and early voters will exceed mailin ballots.

 

No way Trump wins in Florida, his only chance was if people didnt show up.

Republicans have a lead in Florida right now... Everything's pointing to Florida being extremely close.

10/31/16 10:24 PM
9/23/07
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Soup and Beer - 
Scrap7 - Saw today where a professor who had guessed the right president every election using a certain formula, used it yesterday and Trump was the outcome. . . Phone Post 3.0

I wouldn't put much confident in these type of claims.  There was one going around a year ago where some group supposedly had predicted the correct primary candidates for decades.  They said it was going to be between Bernie and Jeb.


What if hillary rigged both and set up Hilldog vs Trump whom she thought would be the easiest candidate to defeat.
10/31/16 10:26 PM
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thesleeper - 

A third of registered voters have already voted in Florida, early voters favor dems. By Friday 50% of Florida will have already voted and early voters will exceed mailin ballots.

 

No way Trump wins in Florida, his only chance was if people didnt show up.


A higher number of Republicans have voted early so far in Florida than Democrats. The Republican base is excited and rushed out to vote against Hillary.
10/31/16 10:27 PM
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Soup and Beer -
Scrap7 - Saw today where a professor who had guessed the right president every election using a certain formula, used it yesterday and Trump was the outcome. . . Phone Post 3.0

I wouldn't put much confident in these type of claims.  There was one going around a year ago where some group supposedly had predicted the correct primary candidates for decades.  They said it was going to be between Bernie and Jeb.

Wasn't it some animal or some shit who predicted the last couple of outcomes too?

10/31/16 10:33 PM
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GOP strength in Florida is in the mail in ballots, and the vote count is even between the GOP and Dems right now, but thev early voters this week will break hard for the Dems. By Friday, the Dems will have a clear advantage in early voting .All this early voting means that lines will be shorter next week for in person voting.

There were 9 million votes in Florida in 2012, this year I bet there are at least 10 million votes. Dems have the registration advantage in Florida and the NPA will break against Trump.
Edited: 10/31/16 10:42 PM
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Hispanic and black turnout is underperforming in Florida... Bad news for Hillary.

10/31/16 10:39 PM
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thesleeper - GOP strength in Florida is in the mail in ballots, and the vote count is even between the GOP and Dems right now, but thev early voters this week will break hard for the Dems. By Friday, the Dems will have a clear advantage in early voting .All this early voting means that lines will be shorter next week for in person voting.

There were 9 million votes in Florida in 2012, this year I bet there are at least 10 million votes. Dems have the registration advantage in Florida and the NPA will break against Trump.

The early mail in votes are mostly old folks. They vote democrat thinking it will protect their social security. The Republicans are coming out strong already because they are motivated. Democrats not so much. They are demoralized with Clinton.