New Hampshire Debate Today…

trump smile 3Candidate Donald Trump must have a massive amount of confidence in his New Hampshire operation. Another day passes without any Donald Trump event in/around New Hampshire in the lead-up to the 8pm Saturday ABC Debate at Saint Anslem College.

A third of likely Republican voters in New Hampshire said they could change their minds before Tuesday, according to a Suffolk University-Boston Globe poll released Friday, which had Trump leading at 29 percent followed by Rubio at 19 percent and Kasich at 13 percent.” (link)

For the Saturday night debate ABC News is partnered with affiliate WMUR, Independent Journal Review, the Republican National Committee and Saint Anselm College.

Progressive favorites David Muir and Martha Raddatz will moderate the debate, and position the narrative to expose the Republican party to as much ridicule and marginalization as possible.

The New Hampshire republican party is solidly united against the vulgarian outsider Donald Trump, and the general expectation is for a familar establishment GOPe audience filled with party insiders, party delegates, and professional republicans. A similar audience that was evidenced in the earlier North Charleston (South Carolina) debate.

Professional party candidates like Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, John Kasich and Chris Christie will have their various camps amid most of the pre-selected audience ticket holders. Current and former State GOP officials from the New England area will also be in attendance along with the party patriarchy of the entire Bush family.

The target of the group on stage will remain the vulgarian Donald J Trump. We can fully expect to see a united GOPe front making it clear to the audience and the viewers at home that Donald Trump will never be accepted as a republican party candidate. Obviously Reince Preibus will again allow ridicule, isolation and marginalization as directed by party elders.

Governor Jeb Bush having found himself again on friendly footing will be emboldened to swing for the fences and confront Trump as a loser. The general Bush tome will be the skills that make you successful in business do not translate to making you an effective political leader; and according to the best case scenario, Jeb will attempt to push Trump to exhibit a lack of self-control and self-awareness. Go get em’ tiger! Grrrr !! (and if you need to, slap him with the cashmere sweater).

Various cocktail party factions within the party apparatus will most likely avoid direct confrontation with their own camp’s colleagues. The upper-crust might poke at the young Rubio for jumping his place in line, but generally attacks will be courteous and directed at his inexperience.

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Chris Christie, the ever faithful party junk-yard-dog, will cover Jeb’s back at all costs. This endears him to the best party invite and endowment committees moving forward.

Oh, goodie, Fire Works” <— Remember?

The bi-polar Eddie Haskel candidate, aka John Kasich, will either show up for a hoot, a square dance, or rush on stage to express his deep anger and frustration. No-one really knows which one is on stage until the bell rings and either Eddie or John gets his first questions. If you don’t hear “aww c’mon” in the first round, it’s the angry guy.

Ben CarsonDr. Ben will be standing directly next to Ted Cruz and it should be easy to spot if the good doctor is really in the race to win. If Carson wants to win, he needs to righteously direct some ire toward Cruz for the lying, manipulation and schemes promoted by Cruz’s ‘win-at-all-costs’ scorched earth campaign. If he gives Cruz a pass, he’s essentially conceding defeat moving forward.

B-b-b-b-b-b but… will be the lead in from Baal Cruz as he winds up the gospel according to Saint Clutcher of The Pearls, and delivers his most heartfelt praise toward “his good friend” Ben, dear Ben Carson.  [The more he spoke of his honor, the faster we counted our spoons.] …And the more he st-st-st-stutters the lead-ins, the more the viewer can gauge the strength of the self-serving crony-constitutionalist bull-crap he plans to deliver.  It’s like a poker “tell”.

Standing next to Trump, the 2016 Presidential Valedictorian (young master Rubio), also known as Mr. Fiorina, will have engaged in rehearsing several 15-second rainbow sound bites in the hotel mirror and he’ll be looking for the perfect opportunity to place them. The genuflecting high-school republican club members will swoon and clap swimmingly in the cloistered wings of the auditorium. …”the, sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar that to-morrow.….

ABC debate lineup

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773 Responses to New Hampshire Debate Today…

  1. redsequin4 says:

    Donald’s holding a rally Sunday at 1p est in Plymouth, NH (Plymouth State University)

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    • He has this event and a huge event for monday Unfortunate the snow hindered yesterdays event but he had a huge one in SC which is important also.
      It looks like he has a good New Hampshire ground team going from files I seen before dated Jan 2015 not sure though about SC and Nevada wish they had better updated information. http://www.p2016.org/trump/trumporg.html

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      • chojun says:

        It would appear that Trump’s ground game is pretty organic. Which, if there really is a groundswell of support for him (as polls suggest), and his yuge rallies are any indicator, then he’ll have a larger proportion of the population willing to turn out and support campaign operations.

        I mean, on the bright side, he almost beat the evangelical candidate in Iowa. 2012 was another close race but in 2008 Iowa broke heavily for the evangelical candidate. It’s just more evidence of the strength of running on a non-ideological platform.

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      • NHVoter says:

        The information on p2016 is not updated.

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      • Jason says:

        Roger Stone said in recent interview with Infowars that Iowa was a bit of a mess but his ground game in SC is second to none and he’s very strongly positioned there. Encouraging news

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        http://blueridgeforum.com/?p=1406
        This atticle goes with sd’s here today. H/t stella.

        “Politico’s Ben Schreckinger today reports in “Trump resists staff calls to change course” that – –

        “In the lead-up to Donald Trump’s loss in Iowa, staffers sought additional funding for campaign infrastructure and were denied. Now, six days from the New Hampshire primary and looking for his first win, Trump is still refsing to shake up his ground game.”

        The article mentions staff urging to do more. Perhaps Trump knows the heads of state campaigns for him are turning out to be, in reality, plants and are subterfuging him. There were comments at cth about trying to get involved and no contact back from campaign state hdqtrs Or state leaders. They were frustrated. Now Trump supporters are seeing his ground game as unorganized and lacking. Like, hello, all of a sudden the master organizer cannot organize? Right. If this is the case it is more important than ever to just DO as individuals. Screw a campaign head and all the heirarchy and form Trump Bands ourselves and ACT.

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    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      For posters that wanted to get in touch with the Donald to volunteer, etc. , Maybe reach out to people who CAN get in touch with him like A. Coulter, diamonandsilk, Rev. Falwell at Liberty Univ. , S. Palin, etc. ………..

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      6,000 seat capacity, per an article I found online.

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  2. winky says:

    Some new polls out …seems Trumps is crushing it in NH from what I can see

    http://investmentwatchblog.com/poll-position-new-hampshire/

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    • Martin says:

      That means he has three different rallies on Monday in NH. That’s good.

      http://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule

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    • seventhndr says:

      I now see 6… SIX rallies between now and the primary in NH.

      All the concern was noted apparently.😉 Like I said in another thread, every time I think Trump is starting to veer in a bad direction, he proves me wrong. It seems you just have to sit back and assume he’s got this.

      http://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/

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      • redsequin4 says:

        Great pic!

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        • cmscarpa says:

          Not about the train . . . does anyone know what really happened with the plane? And how long it was out of commission? Worrisome.

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

            Hey, he’s been racking up lots and lots of miles on that thing.

            Think of how that affects a car you drive on, say, a two-week vacation across the country.

            Things that would have not played out for months, get more wear and tear and go out sooner.

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          • BobW462 says:

            From News5 Nashville…

            “The plane was on its way to Little Rock, Arkansas for a rally when the starboard engine experienced a mechanical issue 50 miles outside of Nashville”…”A source close to NewsChannel 5 said the pilots reported an Alert 2 situation, which constitutes a potentially serious problem. Sources said one of the engines was sticking in neutral”.

            Any time an aircraft has this kind of an issue, there are a host of standards, rules, protocols, etc… that must be complied with before it is cleared to go up again.

            At minimum, a day or two grounded would not be unusual in a case like this. Could even be much longer – it just depends on too many factors.

            I read somewhere that Trump’s plane was built in 1991 (?) If so, and, with all of the work its been getting, I suppose a glitch will happen now and then.

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  3. prognomore says:

    Is Donald Trump ready for prime time? Ha, ha, of course he is! Tonight is the first broadcast debate for this presidential cycle. For many, it will be their first introduction to the candidates, and our guy is ready to look and sound great.

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  4. Rochelle says:

    I am a long time lurker, and am very much disappointed in what Sundance said about Trump’s “massive amount of confidence” in the first paragraph. Leads me to believe that he is about to be going the way of the GOPe. Why else would he put out such negative vibes so close to the debate and the NH Primary? This kind of talk from Trump’s supporters is exactly what our opposition is looking for. Sundance, you really gave them a big bone to chew on. If God is for us, who can be against us? I pray God will give grace Trump with a victory tonight and in all future elections.

    Sundance, I will be watching you to see if you are being bought by some in the GOPe.

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    • joshua says:

      Rochelle….re read it and look at it from a positive position….nothing is negative…it is a mere statement of opinion that Trump has confidence.

      Otherwise, enjoy your trip in the twilight zone.

      Trump is under control. Sundance is reality and solid. Comments are varied.

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      • ediegrey says:

        If you look at some other threads, you will see that Sundance has been doom and gloom all week since Iowa. You have to wonder why. We are in the middle of a war and now is not the time to question our general. Our general is Donald Trump, we have to assume he knows what he doing. We have no other choice. We win or lose with Trump. I do not understand why Sundance is abandoning ship. Time will tell.

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        • Monroe says:

          I don’t know if I agree that there is a Sundance doom and gloom trend or do I know SD’s intentions. However, I understand your apprehension. In 2008, after almost a year of working together on the huge Hillary Clinton forum, the administrator changed it to an Obama forum and all the Clinton supporters were viciously run off by Obots.

          I don’t think that is the case here.

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    • It’s like this.

      Trump always make big plays. He could have played it safe by spending an extra two days in New Hampshire. But he chose to spend two days fortifying his campaigns in South Carolina and the SEC. If the strategy works, he would win New Hampshire, pick up momentum, win South Carolina (winner take all), and then lock up the nomination on Super Tuesday. He takes calculated risks and plays to win

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    • trumplove says:

      I fear we are doomed.

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    • Southern Son says:

      Rochelle, if you Really have been following (watching?really?) Sundance and this sight, you Know we would call out your concern trolling. Donald Trump is broke, if he doesn’t have Confidence. Go back under the rug, if you can’t stand the Sunlight dear.
      Sundance, establishment? REALLY?
      Bbwaahahaaa!!

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    • swissik says:

      Yes I too was taken aback by that and wondered if something eerie is going on.

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  5. Coast says:

    I heard yesterday that there was an analysis done on the Iowa caucus outcome….and the bottom line is that a large number of people who said they were voting for Trump didn’t attend the caucus. If true, then shame on people for not spend a little effort in helping their country and their children’s future.

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    • parteagirl says:

      Need a source, please. Lots of people are trying to peddle self-fulfilling prophesies.

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    • Raffaella says:

      Yes 24% of Trump supporters did not show up in Iowa verses only 13% of Carson supporters and even lower for Cruz. So you are right shame on them. Maybe that was a big wake up call for Trump supporters to not trust the polls and show up.

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    • Alaska Bear says:

      The Iowa caucus has always been a lesson in disenfranchisement. It’s held at a certain time, decisively narrowing the amount of voters able to attend. Maybe some had good intentions and life got in the way. I personally can’t stand the system and wish it would become extinct. In complete contrast, New Hampshire has 12 hours of voting, and NH’s Secretary of State is anticipating 550,000 voters in total. That is well over half the electorate.

      Also, Trump up 5 points over Cruz in Iowa was not a guaranteed win, despite what the media hacks want everyone to believe. All the Treepers here had hope Trump would pull it off of course, so it felt like a punch in the gut and being set on fire when it did not happen. But however disappointing the results, this is how I see it: Iowa was only slightly outside Trump / Cruz’s margin of error (+/- 4 for the Des Moines Register poll which had Trump – 28, Cruz – 23, Rubio – 15.)

      That is the same as saying

      Trump 24, Cruz 27, Rubio 19
      Trump 32, Cruz 19, Rubio 11

      Etc. It’s a spread.

      If the sampling was not completely biased and pulled out of thin air, there was a 95% chance of results falling within this spread. Now, why Trump and Cruz made the spread, but Rubio was two standard deviations away? (+8) Unfortunately, there’s an automatic bias in any poll that does not call cell phone users. So maybe none of Rubio’s crew had landlines. More likely of course, it’s RNC shenanigans and thieves taking advantage of the disorganization, and creating chaos. New Hampshire is a different ballgame however. I trust Trump understands all of this.

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      • PremAmerica says:

        Well done Alaska Bear……Your analysis is precise!!

        Trump skipped the debate. Last minute deciders went for Rubio and Cruz. Trump’s absence on the stage made them look bigger and more Presidential.

        I have no doubt that Trump is a great strategist. But that doesn’t mean he is perfect. He screwed that one up…. And still almost won!!

        He will make other mistakes in the future…. Everybody does. His greatness is his ability to minimize the damage and recover fast……

        Excited for tonight!

        Trump!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      • El Torito says:

        I read Hilary voters crossed over to Rubio. That woud also explain why DMR missed it.

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    • Benson II says:

      Find that hard to believe.

      I’ll throw in my opinion which is even though Trump was doing well with evangelicals there were three other candidates they could choose. That he came in second is pretty amazing.

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    • JRD says:

      Do you always believe gopE propaganda?

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    • Michelle says:

      I did read that a lot of trump supporters were turned away bc there weren’t enough ballots. Also read in another place that a lot of people (voting choice unknown) were turned away.

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      • Dixie says:

        The Iowa voting system is archaic and should be abandoned. No one who wants to vote should be turned away. That un-American.

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      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        I read the same thing. Between Cruz siphoning off Carson’s voters, Rubio’s voters voting more than once, Cruz and Rubio sending out the flyers, Cruz’s precinct captains telling the voters absolute lies about Trump, a huge voter turnout and lack of resources, and Trump’s ground game was not that great – it is a wonder that Trump came in second.

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      • Michelle, We read on earlier CTH threads that all you had to do was write your favorite candidate’s name on a piece of paper to vote – not on a ballot. Said pieces of paper were to be counted with reps from all candidates watching the counting.
        Now, whether that actually happened is another thing…

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    • Untrue. The voter turnout was the biggest in the history of Iowa Caucus. And we know who it is that gets the crowds. The entrance polling showed the majority were there for TRUMP. There was cheating by Cruz with Carson voters; and there was fraud in 3 heavily run GOP counties for Rubio.

      Any other narrative is from the media and the opposition.

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      • winky says:

        I agree..it was not the polls that lost for Trump…It was the voter fraud. And no one is considering how easy that was to do because of the sheer volume of the people who turned out because of Trump…..I do not think they could handle it…The system of caucus is fraught with fraud to begin with

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  6. R-C says:

    I have personally attended many republican candidate ‘rallies’ in NH. None even approaching the scope of a Trump rally–the candidates would draw up to a few hundred people.

    I attended one republican candidate debate in NH, held in a Concord, NH theater, which was moderated by Mr. Robert Novak.

    As I recall, we audience members just showed up because it pleased us to be there. We stood outside in the cold until the doors opened, and walked in. No ticket that I recall; we just showed up early enough to get in. I don’t recall–and might not have known about–any attempts to ‘seed’ the audience with robots aligned with any particular candidate. I did not have a ‘favorite’ that year; they were all equally wishy-washy and unappealing to me.

    But that was a different era. It’s sad to see the scheming party hacks manipulating every single aspect of these events now, including virtually hand-picking the ‘live’ audience–the unwitting viewer (and that would be the vast majority of viewers) would have no idea that the entire event is scripted, except for the responses made by Donald J. Trump.

    We’ll see what my fellow Granite Staters do at the polls on Tuesday. As for me, you know my absentee vote for Trump is already in the hands of my town clerk.

    Steady, fellow warriors. Understand you’re being bombarded by a very sophisticated psychological operation designed to weaken YOU. Don’t let it work.

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    • adombom says:

      It’s sad to see how easily voters are manipulated.

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      • R-C says:

        Yes! The best thing to teach our children is ‘How to Think Critically’–which includes ‘How to Avoid Peer Pressure and Do What’s Right’.

        Unfortunately, too many can’t apply critical thought to their lives. They live according to ‘popular culture’ and ‘fads’, rather than through sober reflection on important issues.

        In this way, though, Trump enjoys a bump from this phenomenon: he packs them in, and non-critical thinkers might be swayed to vote for him simply because he draws large crowds.

        While you and I choose Trump because of the skills, knowledge and attributes he brings to the job at hand. Many might be swayed by the sheer ‘Wow!’ factor.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      R-C, how does your County Election Center count the absentee ballot? When I called my county here in California regarding my concern on absentee ballots counting, I was informed that they count it immediately. I am planning on calling again before our turn here to vote and see if I will get a different answer from a different person if you know what I mean.

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      • R-C says:

        First difference: New Hampshire has counties, but unlike some states and ‘commonwealths’, they don’t have much relevance in NH–they mostly exist to provide a court house; a jail, and a sheriff to mind the jail and support the court.

        In elections, the city and town clerks are responsible. My absentee ballot is currently in the custody of my town clerk, awaiting election day. The town is small, so there won’t be too many absentees to count.

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  7. dizzymissl says:

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  8. Tish says:

    President Elect Donal J. Trump. Kickin ass by telling the truth about each & every traitor on that stage (minus the 2 possible running mates in the mix) You are ahead by leaps and bounds and in my opinion won Iowa if not for Microsoft tallying the votes. Just remember the people who have faith in your plans. Of course Rubios Gang of eight should be hammered home as well as Cruzs flip flopping votes … Everything you have done your entire life has lead you to this point in history Mr. Trump. We won’t let you down, and in my heart of hearts your American Fighting Spirit won’t let us down either . GodSpeed and of course God Bless America

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  9. Good grief hard to log on

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  10. Well, minus fraud and outright vote theft, Trump wins New Hampshire going away. The idea that Rubio is “surging” there is so blatantly false it’s just ridiculous. He is exactly the sort of candidate that would NEVER do well in NH. Bush or even Kasich could expect to do better than their numbers show, because even though they suck, they suck in a way that is probably more appealing to people from that state for some reason.

    As for the debate, the only thing I’m wondering is what sort of traps are set up for Tump. You know they’re going to bring out the long knives for him.

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  11. Been out all day stumping for Trump here in SC. Going to sit back and enjoy the Trump show …. otherwise known as the “debate”.

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  12. Knocked my out try once more

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  13. seventhndr says:

    Some how my post got snagged by the needs moderating filter. I think because I reused a picture from my previous post (Trump Train!).

    But I still want to point out, that Trump is now up to SIX rallies before the NH Primary!

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  14. tg159 says:

    I’m kinda with SD on being a little perplexed that Mr. Trump is away from NH the last 2 days.

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    • Well, he intended to come back yesterday for a rally but got snowed out.

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    • Jason says:

      Gotta win 8 states with 51% I think… he’s not going to get that in NH. Putting in time where others can’t/won’t seems like a reasonable long term plan.

      SC is winner take all? Putting in extra time there I think has a good risk reward also.

      Clueless as far as political strategery, but seems like there might be some method to the madness.

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      • Southern Son says:

        If you are clueless as I am, Jason, we can just listen to all the political birds in our limbs here. Several even suggesting that Sundance has lost faith in Our Movement, one even in suggested/insenuated that he was gope!
        I still have Unwavering Faith in DT/SD’s Leadership Skills to Drive this Train.
        I have a picture of two seagulls gliding effortlessly, on my living room wall.
        Caption on lower margin:
        “They Can, Because they Think They Can”
        Trump Train 2016! Whoo Whoooo!!

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    • seventhndr says:

      SD was concerned because he canceled Friday, leaving only two rallies on the schedule at the time. Now there are 5.

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      • MfM says:

        As I said on another thread, I think the event at Londonderry Elks was a very last minute addition. With the size of Trump’s events canceling it was the right thing to do. Driving and parking would have been a mess and screwed up snow removal.

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    • shiloh1973 says:

      He has 3 more events in NH before the primary. Let Trump be Trump.

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    • It’s much more important to watch the electronic vote fraud than missing a rally. The GOPe voting machine programmers use state-of-the-art remotely operated, undetectable, SELF-ERASING software. Repeat: self erasing.There is no way to go back and verify votes like we can with paper ballots. If Trump challenges the potential fraud, and demands paper ballots prior to the primaries, then, if he loses, America will know they cheated him, and he can take appropriate action. If not, we will have the false narrative that he lost because he missed rallies and didn’t put campaign signs out.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Airport was closed from what I read on twitter message posted here yesterday. It is buried somewhere in the hundreds of threads yesterday.

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  15. todayistheday99 says:

    Like everyone else, I am hoping and praying that Donald is resting up and getting ready for the fight of his lifetime. Most people fail under pressure, but I believe that Donald thrives on it. The debate is a huge trap, but lets all pray that Donald can be Donald and turns the table once again.

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  16. joshua says:

    my heavens, can everyone STOP worrying and trying to second guess Donald Trump? He will to GREAT….he cannot CONTROL voters…no matter what….but the enemies can INFLUENCE with tactics the way polls and reporting are managed…..He will do great…..have faith….and if you are worried or disturbed, well….a little prayer and asking for the help of a higher power has always worked for ME.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      Joshua – run over to OT real quick and see if you can answer Rhea’s question on textbook material.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      I agree, but everyone is worried because there is so much at stake The good thing is, Donald shines under pressure, which is the true measure of a natural born leader..

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    • grainofsalt says:

      What I’ve learned through life is not to expect anything it saves me from disappointments.

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    • It’s not the voters that Trump will have problems with, his people came out in droves for him in Iowa, entrance polls confirm this and the largest turnout in Iowa history as well. It’s the electronic vote fraud, and that is something he can control by demanding paper ballots prior to the primaries. It’s not the votes, it’s who counts the votes that determines the winner.

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      • grainofsalt says:

        “It’s the electronic vote fraud, and that is something he can control by demanding paper ballots prior to the primaries.”

        Can he do that? I would love if that will happen, but who will approve it? If it is the RNC we can kiss that goodbye.

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      • Dixie says:

        Were you successful in getting in touch with his campaign today, MoniQueMoniCat? That would make me feel better…..

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  17. NHVoter says:

    Haha

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    • reireichan80 says:

      I love how this guy is acting like Mr. Trump personally came there and did that. Maybe the person who covered the sign had their trump signs taken down for that monstrosity. Maybe it was done by the person who put up the Cruz sign and had a change of heart after the Iowa debacle. There are a lot of scenarios that could be going on her. Not every one has a super Pac hiring people to put up signs around caucus locations.

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    • John Galt says:

      But Cruz can be the first to illegally place signs in a roadway easement, which makes Cruz better?

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    • Dixie says:

      I think that is funny….somebody didn’t like the Cruz sign trying to overpower everybody else. And the tweet’s comment was stupid since there are Trump signs by the side of the road.

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  18. I think the fact that Mary Katherine Ham was chosen to be a debate moderator is extremely suspicious! For one, she is a regular on Fox that always bashes Trump any time she can, and her husband has a past that shows ties to the Uniparty and Murdock’s agendas.

    from Wikipedia…

    Ham was married to Jake Brewer, an Obama White House aide and co-founder with Jose Antonio Vargas of immigration activism group “Define American”.

    Jake Brewer recently died in a bicycle accident. It was a big story on Fox for a couple days. Ham always throws around the “true conservative” slogan like she gives out the badges. She acts as if she is a true conservative, but more likely she is a CINO, conservative in name only. I believe she will be told to attack Trump in a similar manner as Megyn Kelly and then when he hits back they will say how terrible it is that he was so hard on her considering she just lost her husband. Could be wrong but I wouldn’t put it past Fox and the open borders bunch at all. Notice how she has ties to Fox and a pro immigration movement through her late husband.

    I swear, I bet if you dig into anyone in the media the anti-American skeletons will be falling out of their closets everywhere.

    I pray for you tonight Donald J Trump. May God shield you from all those with the objective to smear, ridicule and derail your run for the presidency. Know that the majority of the country is behind you and we wish you victory tonight and throughout the rest of the campaign. You have the will of the people and the truth on your side.

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  19. adombom says:

    Let’s hope for America’s sake the transformer (Trump) slays the decepticons (GOPe)

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  20. Jill says:

    Hope Trump will comment on this study.
    Tufts University just released a study disclosing that the TPP will lead to a loss of 448,000 thousand jobs in the United States.
    http://www.ase.tufts.edu/gdae/policy_research/TPP_simulations.html

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  21. Jeff says:

    Check out this link about protesters carrying trump is right signs
    https://shar.es/14gHez

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    • NJF says:

      I just read that in another site. Thank god the people of Europe seem to be waking up. Hopefully it’s not too late.
      Ha, trump could probably answer every question tonight with, “look what’s happening in Europe. ”

      Every time I confront someone who doesn’t get it, I show the. The “open boarders” vid.

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    • Serpentor says:

      The entire Western World is without a single leader. Of course we’re all crying out in despair to save 3,000 years of western tradition but the leftists and marxists just keep destroying.

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  22. Finalage says:

    More dirty tricks by GOPe. Echoes of Mississippi..,

    There will be an avalanche of dirty tricks in SC and NV (because it’s a caucus) like this and more if Trump wins NH as it looks like he will.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      You know it is the GOP doing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Question.

      Isn’t the Daily Mail that Uber-Leftist Commie UK paper?

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    • Vildy says:

      I had read an article about this robocall on amren website. The site is mostly an aggregation of news stories – the one that was just covered here, for example, on the knockout game. Mostly the kind of things the mainstream doesn’t want to showcase, but obviously the site has loads of mainstream article links. The editor of the site says that his is one of the voices on the tape and he considers himself a “white advocate” vs a “white nationalist.” Without lining to it, it’s called Trump’s Unwelcome Support.

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  23. Dehbashi says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/02/05/kasich-id-be-the-worst-vice-president-worse-than-biden/

    I don’t think this is something you should brag about Kasich. 😀

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  24. I have several good friends in England and they love Trump, they tease they will steal him if we don’t get him in the White House.

    The UK is being taken over by Muslims, that’s a fact and there’s nothing showing any slow down of mass Muslim migration created and encouraged by the EU. Americans we need to listen to our cousins across the pond or we will end up the same way.

    I saw just this in BB today.

    Fight or Die

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/

    I can’t wait for Trump to kiss ass tonight!

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  25. wyntre says:

    Is tonight’s debate THREE HOURS long???

    TV guide says it goes from 8 – 11 pm.

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  26. Cameraman says:

    Judging by the mood of CTH for the last few days this somehow seems appropriate…


    🙂

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  27. John Doe says:

    What if Trump had a Super Bowl ad?

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  28. kinthenorthwest says:

    From Allen West
    KNEW IT: We’ve just learned the Iowa caucus results were ALTERED…
    Written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor on February 6, 2016

    http://www.allenbwest.com/2016/02/knew-it-weve-just-learned-the-iowa-caucus-results-were-altered/

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    • Allen West acting as a GOP shill only brings up the voter fraud of Clinton. Completely ignoring the same voter fraud for Rubio by the GOPe in those 3 GOP-run counties in Iowa. We’re supposed to be happy because we hate Hillary so much we can be distracted from the entire uniparty’s fraud that night.

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  29. winky says:

    You know people forget and some of these candidates have been in Iowa for a long time so perhaps part of Trump’s strategy has been to bombard at the end so people will remember HIM after the others have spent a ton of money. Who is going to stop him now at the end…None of those canidated have told people what he is going to tell them at the end and going in to the primary…how AM I DOING?

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  30. lineabirgit says:

    jeb! with his mother barbara bush on cnn. so sad.

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  31. Arjun says:

    Anyone with thin skin and a weak gut should not be in politics. This is a battle wherein the punches that are thrown mean a lot more than what it means in the boxing ring. In politics it means end of of livelihood, end of a business model, monetary losses that are huge. Threats are made in innocuous sound bites. But the message is heard loud and clear by the recipient.

    Case in point, Washington Post. This newspaper was relentless with anti Trump stories. They were out for blood and wanted it fast. Trump had to push back. He cajoled, wooed. Did not work. Then he punched back by exposing their tenuous financial situation. He pointed out that Washington Post was purchased by Amazon’s Bezos, to hide losses. Amazon was trading at an extreme price/earning ratio of 665. Amazon benefits from not paying sales tax. Any adverse policy change in Washington DC would quickly wipe out the wealth of many. Trump’s message was heard loud where it mattered. Amazon’s stock price has been down steadily the past 2 months. Washington Post is suddenly now not quite as negative with Trump.

    There are many instance where such punch, counter punches have been thrown. This fight club has consequences a little more drastic than a broken jaw.

    My point is, this battle is real. It stresses some out just watching it from afar. The stress of being in the center of such a fight will be tremendous. So man up and support in any you way you can!

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  32. cheekymeeky says:

    Looking good! I honestly feel like he’s going to kill it tonight.

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  33. lineabirgit says:

    on msnbc. madeleine albright (i don’t know who that is) says “there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t support… [hilary clinton].”

    ??? – i mean, what?

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  34. TEAFORALL says:

    Tonight is the night that Trump will make it all happen. Smackdown

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  35. TheTorch says:

    Heidi Cruz to ABC News:
    Ted Cruz’s Wife Heidi Cruz: ‘Ted and I Are Doing This as a Partnership”

    My reply: Yes we know that dear it is called the Trans Pacific Partnership TPP🙂

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  36. burnett044 says:

    I have heard the Caucus so much I am growing very weary of it …. the word its self sounds like something nasty..
    “OH my God John you got a Caucus crawling up ya leg!!!
    Opps I stepped in a pile of Caucus!
    Oh well let`s all learn from it and move on.

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  37. Beenthere says:

    I’m so looking forward to tonight’s debate!!! The suspense is killing me! Worse than a well written television series.———

    Looking forward to a couple of kill shots aimed at Cruz & Rubio & not coming from Trump’s direction but whose? Can’t wait to see Cruz stutter & Rubio sweat. Looking forward to that barnyard dog barking & Trump out-trumping everyone.

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  38. lineabirgit says:

    christy…. teal tie?
    carson… no wait
    cruz…. trump… no… rubio… bush. something went wrong here.
    “and kaisich?” – rubio
    “yes, yes, we are going to introduce sector kaisich.”

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  39. lineabirgit says:

    nuke denmark!! yes!!
    what a dumb question. LoL

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  41. lineabirgit says:

    i’m sorry… there is a ABC Republican Debate – 8:00pm EST Open Discussion Thread at the top of the forum. i should be posting there.

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