BOOM ! Trump Dominates Amid Republican Primary Voters – CBS Poll: Trump Is “The Most Electable” Candidate…

CBS has another National Poll reflecting Donald Trump with a substantive lead over the entire field of GOP candidates (Full Poll pdf below).  However, beyond the leading support numbers Republican Primary Voters were asked this question:

Q17. Regardless of how you intend to vote in 2016, which one of these Republican presidential candidates do you think has the best chance of winning the general election in November 2016?

BOOM !!  That essential and critical question/answer destroys the GOPe (establishment) talking point of “electability“.  By a stunning margin the Republican Primary Voter view Donald Trump as the best candidate to win in 2016.   Stick that in your pipe George Will and Karl Rove!

The more general question of who do you support in the primary reveals a rather interesting dynamic when contrast against the question above.

  • Less people think Ben Carson can win in November of 2016 than currently support him in the primary. (This shows a VERY weak quishy support base)
  • More people think Rubio, Bush and Fiorina could win in November 2016 than currently support them in the primary.  (The “Hold Your Nose” Coalition)
  • However, a significant number think Donald Trump is uniquely positioned to win in the general election November ’16, BEYOND their primary support.  (The “Glorious Bastard/Vulgarian” *Coalition) 

{{ *Note* That’s me raising my hand and waving from the back of the room }}

Here’s the customary “who do you support” question responses:

CBS GOP Poll October 11th

trump bush

“How would you like to be ‘Secretary of the Inferior’?”

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239 Responses to BOOM ! Trump Dominates Amid Republican Primary Voters – CBS Poll: Trump Is “The Most Electable” Candidate…

  1. auscitizenmom says:


    Liked by 3 people

  2. sundance says:

    More evidence:

    […] The latest Rasmussen Reports Trump Change national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely Republican Voters believe “The Donald” is likely to end up as their party’s presidential nominee in 2016, with 24% who say it is Very Likely. Thirty-seven percent (37%) say a Trump nomination is unlikely, including 14% who feel it’s Not At All Likely.

    Liked by 17 people

  3. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    I’ve been sending my money to Cruz only because Trump doesn’t need it. If we combine Trump at 35% Carson at 18% and Cruz at 5% we have a total of 58% and this is the dream team.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. lovely says:

    What is all the BOOMING and excitement about? If Jindal, Grahm, Christie, Pataki, Paul, Santornm, Hukabee, and Kasich all drop out and all of their support goes to Jeb, Jeb will have a hefty 15% of the vote. That is almost a dead heat 😉

    Liked by 4 people

  5. beaujest says:

    It has become so obvious that the Republican Party doesn’t care if they lose the election otherwise they would all be on board with Trump and his stunning popularity !

    Liked by 16 people

    • jello333 says:

      Yep, I think that’s right. I think the mainstream Repubs (the RNC types at least) would much rather Hillary or Biden win than Trump. (I’m not sure what they’d think about Sanders, but I suspect they’d even rather he win, than Trump.)

      Liked by 16 people

    • Christine says:

      True. The Repubs did not want Romney. Obama was their man. They would prefer HIllary than Trump so everything they do now is to sabotage TRUMP. This is the rotten fact and TRUMP has to know this.


    • texasgypsy53 says:

      That’s like putting a rottweiler in the back yard to protect ya, but ya can’t get yer laundry off the line,fer fear the meat eater will get ya in the butt before ya make it back to the back porch before he gets ya in the butt😨


    • wondering999 says:

      there’s something wrong with them

      Liked by 1 person

    • ya know, i feel that after Republicans get a whiff of Hillary in the debates in 2 days, that all their old fears and hatred for HER will resurface. fear and hatred they are directing at Trump at present, will suddenly be directed towards HER. then their fears will become madness and grow to paranoia imaging HER running this country. then when they hear Trump start slamming HER, they will take a lot of pleasure hearing him voice what they cannot or don’t have the nerve to say. sort of like how we love hearing Trump slam the media and illegal immigration, etc.

      i think that will bring some of the Republicans on board for Trump and they will instantly “get” what we have gotten all along.

      remember, we are dealing with many low testosterone males who hate HER and yet cannot bring themselves to say the things that Trump will say OUT LOUD. and if Hillary slams Trump during the debate this Tuesday and/or Bernie, THEN IT’S ON FOR TRUMP and we can brace ourselves for some of his best counterpunches!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Gazill says:

        please refrain from using the phase “whiff of Hillary.” Some things just cannot be unread.

        Liked by 10 people

      • Piper says:

        Moni- I can’t wait to see Clinton on that stage. I wonder how many lies she will tell her stupid supporters. I’m reading the book Clinton Cash and it is a real wonder this woman and her husband have not been arrested for treason. The things these two have gotten away with over the years are absolutely astounding!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Racine Thyme says:

        hahahaha I love the vision of it all. That would be so much fun.

        Liked by 2 people

        • marierogers says:

          will you be watching the debate tues?
          i’m anxious to see shrillary and sanders go at it! will she attack TRUMP?
          will try to watch it from another source.. do NOT want to
          give cnn high ratings!
          they’ve already shortened debate to 2 hours..not many sponsors interested!


      • NCPatrick says:

        My longtime neighbor, a born and raised Democrat, stopped in for a visit yesterday. This guy is solid, salt of the earth, hard working and colorful guy and he started joking with us about when we were going to start showing support for Hillary (knowing full well that we have always voted Republican). We all had a good laugh and then he said, “Hell, I’d vote for Jesse Jackson before Hillary!” I found that hillaryious. I told him to get ready cuz my Trump sign is going in the front yard one day this week. We live in a Raleigh, NC neighborhood with a mix of Dems and Republicans, and I always enjoy driving around and counting the signs. Last time the Romney signs were few and far between with a surprising number of people voting for Obama. Never could figure that one out!

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  6. Garrison Hall says:

    These poll numbers are devastating to the GOPe/uniparty establishment. As Sundance has so often mentioned, not only are trillions of dollars at state here but the professional careers and livelihoods of an entire, well entrenched strata of America’s political class is threatened by Trumps unexpected success. In all ways, Trump is their worst nightmare. While Rove and the other consultants were still advising candidates like Walker to mount their typical policy-netural, don’t-stand-for-much-of-anything campaign Trump was pulling the establishment structure down around their ears. But even worse for them, Trump is the ultimate insider who, it turns out, not only knows their game better than they do but also despises them and holds them all in contempt. There’s a specter walking on the shadows of the GOPe and his name is Trump. GO TRUMP

    Liked by 19 people

    • TheTorch says:

      Yes great news! and lets not forget he has not spent any money yet and ran a single AD!


      Liked by 2 people

      • texasgypsy53 says:

        His will be 3D and made fer the big screens. If he makes enoughof em,ya can get the dvd collector’s set for the library of congress. Require all school to teach the subject.😆

        Liked by 1 person

    • chili palmer says:

      Biggest news, Trump leads all candidates–both Repub. and Dem. in category of “strong leadership,” per this CBS News poll. Trump 65, Biden 55, Hillary 53, Ben Carson 51, Fiorina 44, Sanders 39.

      10/11/15, “Poll: Hillary Clinton still leads Democratic race,”, by Anthony Salvanto, Jennifer De Pinto, Sarah Dutton and Fred Backus

      “2016 Candidate Qualities Among All Voters

      The poll also tested how potential nominees fared among all voters, not just primary voters, across a number of those same qualities.

      Among all voters, Donald Trump (65 percent) gets good marks on strong leadership, just as he does among Republicans.”

      Liked by 5 people

      • jello333 says:

        Oh, that’s impressive. I don’t know the reason for the others’ lower numbers, but as for Sanders, I think it can be traced to how he handled the “Black Lives Matter” idiots at the Seattle rally. For one thing, he shouldn’t have let them control things the way they did, though I’m not certain what he could have done short of asking for them to be arrested. But what Bernie REALLY did wrong was in the days following, where he actually agreed to meet with some of the BLM scumbags. IMO that was the exact opposite of what he should have done, had he wanted to prove he was capable of being a “strong leader”… as opposed to being led around by the nose, GROVELING, to the BLMers.

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        • lilbirdee'12 says:

          cHillary met with BLM/Deray for a couple of hours the other day. Deray said they had asked for a meeting with Rubio and his assistant said they would get back to them.
          cHillary “will work with them”. Anxious to see how Rubio responds.


    • GO SUNDANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Liked by 2 people

  7. JRD says:

    This is a wonderful post from Breitbart.

    Trump, the Lion We Need

    Liked by 7 people

    • jackphatz says:

      This stands out:
      But then someone came along who is not a people pleaser. He is a doer. He is the kind of personality that built this country – a builder who has not spent his time trying to be loved, but is efficient and direct; and whether you like him or not, he’s in this race for president because, like many of us, he remembers the values that brought our country together. He’s a leader who can inspire.

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    • WoW! Robert Davi the writer of the Lion article is coming out majorly for Trump! The article reads like a compilation of theConservativeTreehouse bloggers all rolled into one article!
      it’s already happening. the dems brigade is about to be unleashed on the American public and people are starting to realize we need a LION to subdue them!

      Really, as much as the GOP election is becoming more of a popularity contest, e.g., “Ben Carson is so polite,” “Cruz is a real Christian,” “Fiorina is a woman,” “Rubio looks good,” “Bush has governing experience,” WHATEVER!

      it’s like that zip lock bag commercial, everyone loves their zip lock bags, but when there’s a swarm of bees they are going to choose the one that is air tight! TRUMP!

      i think it will become quite obvious that Trump is the only one that can go up against Hillary or Biden or whomever the Dums pick. In a debate Hillary would eat Fiorina for lunch, completely humiliate Rubio, Bush, and Carson wouldn’t stand a chance. Only person that intimidates Hillary and who can put her in her place IS DONALD TRUMP!

      Liked by 7 people

  8. El Torito says:

    Great news! Trump 2016!

    Liked by 4 people

  9. The Boss says:

    For Vulgarians, this peek into the future is encouraging. When elitists take the same peek, they see……nothing. Cue up Mr. Wonderful for the elitists: “You’re dead to me”.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. jello333 says:

    Love the picture of all the candidates above. Who’s the one, the ONLY one, sitting in his comfortable “executive” chair? 😉

    Liked by 9 people

    • LOL! i like it too. Kasich looks like he’s looking down and out of it, depressed. Cruz has a Canadian flag, and Chris Christie is as huge and wide as the window. jindal is tiny and creepy looking. ah ha ha and FIORINA has that awful sour puss face LOL! Santorum has his bible. and Rubio has his water!!
      Trump is in executive command.
      Yes, Sundance truly prophetic.

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  11. kinthenorthwest says:

    Guess Obama has other plans for the 2016 election. This is what Obama said during his 60 minutes interview.”I don’t think he’ll end up being president of the United States,” Obama said in the interview, which aired on Sunday.

    Trump’s incendiary comments on immigration and other issues have dominated the campaign and offended many Americans, but he nevertheless has seen his poll numbers climb steadily higher.

    During a speech to Latino political leaders last week, Obama condemned the logic of “saying clearly inflammatory things and then saying, ‘Well that’s not what I meant’ — until you do it again and again.”

    “Leadership is not fanning the flames of intolerance, and then acting all surprised when a fire breaks out,” he added.

    Obama did not name Trump directly during that speech, instead denouncing the overall tone of the Republican presidential field. Snippet from the article

    In his “60 Minutes” interview, the Democratic president pointed to “genuine anti-immigrant sentiment in a large portion of at least Republican primary voters,” although he stressed it was not “uniform.”

    Obama, who is currently completing his second term after winning elections in 2008 and 2012, said he had no regrets about term limits that prevent him from running again.

    “I think having a fresh set of legs in this seat, I think having a fresh perspective, new personnel and new ideas — and a new conversation with the American people about issues that may be different a year from now than they were when I started eight years ago — I think that’s all good for our democracy,” Obama said.

    “I think it’s healthy.”

    But the president said he believes he would win if he had a chance to run for a third term.

    Obama said he had a “bittersweet” feeling about the 15 months he has left in the White House.

    “On the one hand, I am very proud of what we’ve accomplished and it makes me think, I’d love to do some more,” Obama said.

    “But by the time I’m finished, I think it will be time for me to go.”
    Trump won’t be next president: Obama


  12. Dora says:

    “But the president said he believes he would win if he had a chance to run for a third term”.

    Oh gag me!. Gag me!

    Liked by 7 people

    • WeeWeed says:

      On 60 Minutes tonight – he thinks he’s G-d. Yet again….. 🙄

      Liked by 2 people

      • janc1955 says:

        He’s delusional. I guess that’s what happens when you’re surrounded by sycophants who never let a word of truth or a whisper of reality interrupt your delusional musings. I’d love to have 5 minutes in front of that SOB while he is forced to look at me and listen to my words.

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    • well, i’ve said this before. it is possible that obama could run as VP. as far as i can tell there is no law or rule that prevents a sitting president from running as VP and worse, no law or rule that permits that VP from being able to take over as president if something happened to the president. not saying this would happen, but it COULD. the DEMS are that desperate. run Biden if Hillary continues to tank, then promise Biden that Obama could take over if he couldn’t finish his term. the ultimate coup d’État


      • lilbirdee'12 says:

        Stella commented the other day when this issue came up and said it is Constitutionally impossible for Zero to run as VP. BUT, we know he and Biden could care less about that “piece of paper”. As for me, I am not concerned at all.


  13. Giant eyeroll


  14. Doodahdaze says:

    The GOP Turkeys will be done by Turkey Day.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. coeurdaleneman says:

    I said on an earlier thread that I thought it was already over. I stick by that for several reasons:

    The competition is lame.
    Trump is serious and has more communication ability.

    Those stating that this is a publicity stunt are clueless. Trump was mercilessly attacked from the getgo over his immigration words, and his business relations were threatened by boycotts as a result. Giving up at the first sign of resistance would doom his future business operations. He’d experience even more flight from his present partnerships.

    He’s locked in. And the rank and file is POed. It’s a done deal.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Dixie says:

    “But by the time I’m finished, I think it will be time for me to go.”
    Trump won’t be next president: Obama

    Sounds like a threat to me.


  17. I think all other candidates should drop out and concede the primary to Trump.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Meyer says:

      Sad reality – it just ain’t gonna happen. Look at how low the bar is set for the next Republican debate. . . . .

      Candidate criteria for the October 28, 2015 CNBC Republican Debate is as follows:

      National polls will be used to determine a candidate’s eligibility and placement on the stage. To be eligible to appear in either segment, a candidate must have at least 1% in any ONE of the methodologically sound and recognized national polls conducted by: NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CNN and Bloomberg, released between September 17, 2015 and October 21, 2015.

      To appear in the 8pm debate a candidate must have an average of 3% among these polls. The polls will be averaged and will be rounded up to 3% for any candidate with a standing of 2.5% or higher. Candidates who average below that will be invited to the 6pm debate.

      Liked by 2 people

  18. Arkindole says:

    Bravo PACs!
    Stupid is as stupid does…

    Liked by 2 people

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  20. kallibella says:

    These numbers are very encouraging and speak clearly of the kind of support Trump is inviting from regular patriots around the country. The GOPe is totally sold out to their own self-promoting agendas and contributors, and by now they must feel very angry and very scared, because they did not build Trump therefore they can’t tear him down. They did not support him therefore their attacks have no traction. They did not fund him, therefore they can’t control him. When Trump moves to the WH and starts governing, the GOPe knows full well that they won’t be able to pull any strings because Trump is not beholden to any of them. They will be the ones “holding their nose” when driven by pure PR motives, they will offer perfunctory words of solidarity so as not to appear so obviously unnecessary as a party, and rather give the appearance of relevancy.

    Liked by 3 people

    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      I hope Trump razes K-street…..

      Liked by 5 people

      • I hear you, but I think that both the Christian in Trump, and the builder, would simply say “why destroy, when it can be rebuilt in America’s image?”

        Obama seems to be the destroyer. What he doesn’t destroy, he corrupts, perverts, or makes dependent. Trump is the opposite. He wants to build on what Obama broke down.

        Kinda funny – I sense the same thing about Wall Street. Obama and his minions rave about the evils of Wall Street, but Obama sold out to them every step of the way. But ironically, the very act of selling out, and his hostage-taking of the RINOs, was the final straw for Main Street, which now rises up in protest. Obama – in the end – got a revolution. Just not the one he expected.


    • Notmeagain says:

      Or, a really good wheeler dealer could be finding a way to make the stubborn holdouts realize they will still have a deal they can live with… at least they won’t be out in the dark… they can have some hope… it’s the ones that have no hope who get dangerous. My imagination unfortunately can’t conjure up such a miraculous win-win situation with the parties involved, I’m just saying forgiveness, redemption, reintegration is socially healing. Even though blasting some people into charcoal stumps would be so gratifying…


  21. Can’t wait to hear Mr.Trump tell OLoser You’re FIRED!

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Kathryn J. Hernandez says:

    Boom! Thanks again, sundance. I always come here for your enlightenment on important topics. Thanks, also to those of you who share your comments. It’s all helpful beyond measure. TRUMP 2016!

    Liked by 4 people

  23. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    I hope Trump razes K-street.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Reblogged this on Texas Tea Party Patriots and commented:

    Way to go Donald Trump! We the People, love you and pray to God that we can take back our country from the Commie Pigs!!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. dsp says:

    Trump and Carson should join forces.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. i just read an old article where Rover had the gall to called Trump a “complete idiot” and a “moron.” looks like he’s been looking in his own reflection again!

    Liked by 2 people

  27. justfactsplz says:

    How sweet it is. I love hearing about this poll. Trump is absolutely electable. I sense a slight change in the winds that blow. On Fox tonight Harris and a panel of three were discussing Trump and they actually conceded he could be the nominee. One went so far as to say if Trump announced the night before the Iowa caucus that Carson is his running mate that Trump would win the nomination. I certainly hope Trump doesn’t pick any of the other candidates as his running mate. They are tainted in one way or the other.

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  28. snaggletooths says:

    Trump can and will win its the cross over votes that no one else can get but him.

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Wut.


  30. NJF says:

    So will the headline read “Ben is slipping?” LOL


  31. Piper says:

    Wonderful!!! Not to change the subject but I’m currently reading he book Clinton Cash- highly recommend everyone rad this book- caution- your head may explode!

    Liked by 2 people

    • “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich”

      In 2000, Bill and Hillary Clinton owed millions of dollars in legal debt. Since then, they’ve earned over $130 million. Where did the money come from? Most people assume that the Clintons amassed their wealth through lucrative book deals and high-six figure fees for speaking gigs. Now, Peter Schweizer shows who is really behind those enormous payments.

      In his New York Times bestselling books Extortion and Throw Them All Out, Schweizer detailed patterns of official corruption in Washington that led to congressional resignations and new ethics laws. In Clinton Cash, he follows the Clinton money trail, revealing the connection between their personal fortune, their “close personal friends,” the Clinton Foundation, foreign nations, and some of the highest ranks of government.

      Schweizer reveals the Clinton’s troubling dealings in Kazakhstan, Colombia, Haiti, and other places at the “wild west” fringe of the global economy. In this blockbuster exposé, Schweizer merely presents the troubling facts he’s uncovered. Meticulously researched and scrupulously sourced, filled with headline-making revelations, Clinton Cash raises serious questions of judgment, of possible indebtedness to an array of foreign interests, and ultimately, of fitness for high public office.

      Liked by 2 people

  32. JustSomeInputFromAz says:

    I do not understand the “Trust” numbers.

    Mr. Trump’s wealth is Real Estate, much of that in the United States. That is the ultimate “skin in the game”.

    Mr. Trump is self-funding his campaign, if that is not an important “tell” what is?

    Perhaps Gruber was right…….

    P.S. !Jeb please just go home

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Tydurd65 says:

    “How would you like to be ‘Secretary of the Inferior’?”

    Jeb: I have immense experience in that roll and I would be honored.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. SharonKinDC says:

    Is Mickey Kaus coming around?

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Oh dear GOD, Hillary would tear Carson apart. He’d be squinting and stammering and staling like he does in interviews and the cackling witch would be dancing all over him. Carson is really so out of his league. Especially on a general election. He also does NOT have cross over appeal like Trump does. And I even think evangelicals are going to turn away from him as they see Hillary more and more and are reminded just how fast talking and devious she is. i think they will have enough doubt of his chances to win HER the more they see HER. up til this point SHE has been in the background so folks were not really grasping the enormity of the task.

    a task, frankly too big for Carson to handle.

    Only one that can tame a wild cat is a LION and Carson ain’t no lion. Trump IS. Carson’s idea of fighting is “THIS INTERVIEW IS OVER.” he just doesn’t have the media experience. i know that is not in the Constitution, but it is A FACT OF LIFE in 21st CENTURY ELECTIONS. Carson is an introvert, nothing wrong with that, but…not a good trait for a candidate going up against extroverted Clinton.

    Trump is the ONLY one that can come up against HER and still SHINE big, brash and BOLD.

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  36. The Boss says:

    Then, there is the sleeper candidate. My buddy, Jim Gilmore. Even his campaign website is asleep. None of the website tabs loaded. Seriously, when I clicked on topics like Issues, Bio, etc., that spinning hypnosis wheel thing shows up in a box. This must be a case of electable dysfunction.

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  37. henners says:

    I think in some ways Trump is like Netflix. Cable companies were making billions off of customers held hostage. Unwatched channels were making billions. Our better look and say we can get 5 cents out of every home. I have never watched OWN but I paid for it. Netflix woke people up. One or two must see TV shows. I like Walking Dead. Next Day on Amazon for 1.99. 25 over 5 months to watch without ads. All cable news sucks. Sports are over air. Cable is the DNC , RNC.

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  38. SharonKinDC says:

    Miriam is on Twitter, and Dan Savino welcomed her!

    Liked by 5 people

  39. George F. Will, age 74, paranoid or signs of slow onset of dementia? gosh he reminds me of my dad when my dad got dementia and he called 911 “to report our phone being out of order.”


  40. lovely says:

    Imagine if Trump went to 36% and Kasich went to 2%. All the LSM headlines would read “Trump Slumps while Kasich up 100% in the polls”.

    Liked by 3 people

  41. dizzymissl says:

    LOL, I’m raising my hand and waving from the back of the room too 😊


  42. RINOKiller says:


    I’ve seen the latest piece of Barron’s and it’s nasty on Trump.

    The Furher spoke he won’t be president……..because he’s scared he will send his keister to the big house on Trump’s first day

    Liked by 2 people

  43. dizzymissl says:

    Liked by 1 person

    • WoW! What a treat! Good work.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WoW! Great man for Trump and America! “Obama has failed us, we’re going to take back America. 90% of city are foreigners, that leaves just 5% white 5% black Americans, foreigners have nice cars, while our children don’t have enough to eat. Obama gives $150 billion dollars to a foreign country while our children and babies don’t have enough to eat.” Another man calculates “that’s about $3 billion dollars per state that could be used to feed hungry children.”

      Liked by 2 people

  44. yohio says:

    That is truly great. Gotta love it. Americans taking America back

    Liked by 2 people

  45. keebler AC says:

    I get Pataki mixed up with Kasichi and Hibachi – they are so generic I trust their supporters don’t know the difference between the two either, lol. Thank you to Tyrannocankles for pointing out my error, it was my honest mistake. 🙂


  46. keebler AC says:

    Ben Carson is an introvert. He’d rather retire and play pool. He shows up once a week to announce his schedule and organize. He doesn’t need to do too much work. Many of his supporters want Trump to power through the establishment and then suggest Trump quit so that Ben can Run-Ben-Run. This is entitlement mentality and it aggrieves me to see that Christians think this is okay.


  47. prescient11 says:

    Notice how substantially this question moves in the positive for Trump and how negatively for Carson. Very very interesting stuff.


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