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New Hampshire Primary Results: Trump and Sanders Come out on Top

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For the first time in US history, a true Communist, Bernie Sanders, won an American primary in a major party. Soviet Communism was a product of Atheist Socialists. Vladimir Lenin's grandfather was a Jew, and Lenin returned to his Jewish roots by becoming an avowed Atheist at a young age. Leon Trotsky, a Jew, was the first Chairman of the Red army, just to illustrate the prominence of Jews in the rise of Communism. Bernie Sanders ancestors come from Russia and Poland, before WWII. Sanders calls himself a Democratic Socialist, but he's the same Red/Atheist/Socialist Communist that pretended to be for the common people and gave rise to the USSR. Communists killed hundreds of millions of people in the 20 century in their purges of people in their own countries. They banned Christianity. They made the lives of all the common people very miserable.

 

NH is a rather liberal state, which is why Cruz and Hillary did so poorly. Hillary is actually a moderate neocon, hardly hair to the left of George W Bush, other than the Democrat audience she panders to (so, she has to be pro-SSM, when in reality she doesn't care one way or the other, just like George W. Bush).

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I'm pleased with the NH results. Either man would make an...interesting President, to say the least.

 

-PermaFrost

 

 

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I'm pleased with the NH results. Either man would make an...interesting President, to say the least.

 

-PermaFrost

 

Either of them might be interesting but either would also be disastrous for the United States. I would prefer a President who would be uninteresting but competent to do his job.

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Either [Trump or Sanders] might be interesting but either would also be disastrous for the United States. I would prefer a President who would be uninteresting but competent to do his job.

 

 

The term you used, «disastrous», is melodramatic! The current Administration has been bad for the U.S. and the next Administration is likely to be the same. Whichever party makes it to the White House will have to tackle the debt, a slow economic recovery, wage losses to inflation, a shrinking middle class, government shutdows (thanks, Mr Cruz), terrible mistakes in foreign policy (Obama's Cairo speech, Benghazi ...) wars and nascent wars here and there...bla bla bla...

 

What the U.S needs is revival. That's not likely to happen because the forces of secularism are winning...anyway, the American electorate doesn't even bother to vote for the most part. Apathy! Apathy is winning and will be the downfall of this once great nation. And some Genius will blame it on President Trump or President Sanders or whomever, as if the President actually had enough power to turn things around!

 

LOL

 

PermaFrost

 

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