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If you are anti-Mr.Trump, what would it take to change your opinion, or is it "fixed" for 6 months?


We have already had months of the "mud slinging" phase of Campaign 2016. Next should be the serious "policy stuff" phase over the next six months (not to mention the possible grand jury and indictment of ex-Secretary Clinton.) If six months of the serious part of the campaign won't make any difference in your eventual vote, or decision to not even vote, the question is "what difference can this "stretch run" period make in the nationwide decision process?" Will your vote be for "the same players" who put is in this national mess?

 

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CJ Kelly (lions44) says

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 13 months ago

    For the "serious policy stuff" only time will tell. We deserve it though, and hopefully it will not be more of the spend, spend, spending of the past.

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 13 months ago

    Ditto on voting because it is our most precious right as citizens, other than actively supporting those who are chosen to lead us. It is not just the Republicans who have a need to unify or decide what else to do. The country as a whole needs to.

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    Demas W Jasper (Perspycacious) 13 months ago

    I didn't sense any "wait and see" in this reply. Keep posted on your local races though. Someone running for the Senate, House, Governor, Mayor, City Council, and School Board could deserve your considered vote, if you are a serious American.


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