Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by SouthernListen, Mar 15, 2016.
First time over 50% in any national poll.
Damn. Still don't believe we'll ever see a president Trump. But interesting poll none-the-less
His SS uniform
He's an erratic, inexperienced egomaniac who associates with undesirable people!
Keep in mind it's a poll of Republican primary voters. Republican's make up around 24% of the population, so half of them is only around 12% of the overall US population.
I have to agree. I have serious doubts he would be allowed to take office should he win.
He hasn't even started on Hillary yet. He has many plans, believe him.
Seriously, I don't even care if he can't win. 4 years of Hillary will be worth it for the entertainment and bleeding heart PC butthurt that those debates will provide.
I'm just pointing out the part of it they leave out and yes Huffington Post and MSNBC do it on the left as much as Drudge does it on the right. The truthful headline of "Among Republican voters, Trump has reached the 50% level now that Bush, Carson, Fiorina etc have dropped out and Rubio is fading badly" isn't nearly as exciting.
Over 50%? Wake me up when they're over 80.
They all spin things to make their argument. Just accept that going in, it saves time.
I miss LTD. I didn't agree with him on much....but he was entertaining.
"The average American voter votes 18% of the time. The average Donald Trump voter votes, are you ready for this, 120% of the time."
"How could that be?"
"Answer most commonly given, 'I wanna see what he'll say next.'"
"Alright, okay, fine. But what about the people who hate Trump?"
"Good point. The average Trump hater, votes 0.1% of the time."
"Look. But, if they hate him, why don't they vote?"
"Most common answer, 'I wanna see what he'll say next.'"
I like the kid, we just dont agree on trump.
Maybe dawg or monk will lift the ban.
The fascinating thing is that every single day that passes the GOP establishment digs their hole a little bit deeper. They're screwed if he wins and they're screwed if he loses. And inaction might be their only possible action.
They may well be resigning themselves to trusting that it will work itself out and he'll lose without their intervention because that does their brand the least amount of damage.
This whole election season is going to be must-see-tv. For about the first time ever.