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Paul
Paul
08 Nov 2016 16:45

Anyone got any preferences?

leatash
leatash
08 Nov 2016 17:34

Certainly not Trump.

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DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
08 Nov 2016 17:50

Neither of them are worthy to hold the office, but unless you can get hold of a few 100 million dollars you cannot enter the race. Clinton is an old, fire breathing dragon and the only thing she has to bartar with 'is she is female' uhm!

Trump on the other hand is what I would call a big old fart who gets his way because he has always set the environment around him. He has a lot of money and also employs a lot of people, directly and indirectly.

Cinton has been in office for decades with a trail of destruction behind her and her husband.

Trump is a sucessfull business man, first and foremost.

Out of the two, with the state the u.s.a is currently in I would choose the big old fart over the dragon.

I'm sure there are plenty of american citizens who could do an excellent job as president, but that is not the way the system is setup.

 

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Paul
Paul
08 Nov 2016 17:59

I think Donald Trump is the better choice, with his money he can be independent, whereas Hillary is just a Wall Street puppet, bought and paid for.

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DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
08 Nov 2016 18:53

@Paul (08 nov 2016 17:59) - i would tend to agree with you there.

Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
08 Nov 2016 19:27

For me being a duel US/UK Citizen my absentee ballot is in. After living and working in the USA for thirty years I could get into this debate, but I choose not to.

FredBassett
FredBassett
08 Nov 2016 20:16

Got to be Trump the benifits will be good for our country as well. With Clinton nothing changes and it will be her husband running the US again as she is just the mouth. Plus I want to see Trump burst the bubble and get Hilary behind bars as he claims she should be

 

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Margaret Swift
Margaret Swift
08 Nov 2016 22:23

@Brooklyn Bridge why did you bother posting other than to boast you have dual citizenship? Not sure that is a boast actually! I think yours is the most inane post I have read in a long time!

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FredBassett
FredBassett
09 Nov 2016 05:47

Its happening folks, president Trump, president Putin, Brexit, next year Marine le Pen and 70% of Germans wanting Merkel out. Add in the Polish, Hungerian views. GOT THE PICTURE YET. Its time the so called experts and the self interested elite got off and listened to the democratic view of the people

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Paul
Paul
09 Nov 2016 06:00

Well done Donald.

Bet on Trump for President

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Carer
Carer
09 Nov 2016 06:43

The Lunatics have taken over the Asylum.

 

God help us all with that man with his finger on the button.

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Lynne
Lynne
09 Nov 2016 07:02

The Canadian immigration website had so many hits overnight that it crashed.

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Paul
Paul
09 Nov 2016 08:08

What a great day for democracy. The main stream media get it all wrong again.

Congratulations Mr. President.

Donald Trump

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Duckileaks
Duckileaks
09 Nov 2016 10:22

Out of 300 million people the best they can come up with is those two.

Probably time for a meteor to hit, wipe us all out and start again......

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Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
09 Nov 2016 10:58

I sent in my absentee ballot for Clinton. Well it's done now, me, not being a bad loser will have to wait and see what the new ( POTUS ) will bring for the US and the World. There have been a number of non-politician Presidents over the years in history Google ( Non- Politician Presidents ) if you are interested. It would be a nice gesture if Trump would donate his salary to charity with being a billionare, his salary is $400,000 with a 50,000 expense allowance as President. Anyway time to move on now to bigger issues in Dawlish lol.

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DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
09 Nov 2016 12:06

I bet Clinton is regretting her attitude during the election campaign, I wouldn't want to be on Trumpies radar as an enemy combatant-- ha,ha.

 

Nice to see Farage congratulating Trump. Now all we need is Farage as Prime minister and we can start to get things sorted, sort off.

 

Before anyone one starts winging on about my comments, why don't you just hold your breath for five minutes and do everyone and favour!!!!!

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Paul
Paul
09 Nov 2016 14:34

"According to mainstream media, Hillary could still win.

We just need to rerun the vote."

monty
monty
09 Nov 2016 17:04

Oh goody a misogonistic, zenophobic homophobic racist. in a position of such power. Welit was obvious the ignorant rednecks wold vote for him. Clinton is no great shakes but I know who I prefer. If he continues hs anti muslim rants, America may find themselves with another 9 11 atrocity. Most americans don't even have a passport, they are so insular, no idea what the real world is like. God help us all.

 

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burneside
burneside
09 Nov 2016 22:01

"Clinton is no great shakes" - understatement of the century so far.  She is an evil and disgusting human being, as are the rest of her discredited family, makes Trump look like a saint in comparison.  The World is a safer place because of her defeat.

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Lynne
Lynne
10 Nov 2016 07:05
Paul
Paul
10 Nov 2016 08:43

The Guardian has been wrong about all of this. The general election, Brexit and US election.

Definitely the worst paper I know of. Always comes up with stupid excuses rather than admitting they got it wrong.

They even came out with the classic 'the US people voted wrong, on the wrong issues, they were misled'.

Which is very disrespectful.

 

Please do read something other than that trash.

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Lynne
Lynne
10 Nov 2016 09:05
Paul
Paul
10 Nov 2016 09:43

Well New Zealand looks a lovely place to live. As you can see from the pic below it is almost as nice as Dawlish.

New Zealand

leatash
leatash
10 Nov 2016 12:44

Paul@ Should have gone to Specsavers.

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Paul
Paul
10 Nov 2016 12:55

@leatash, lol.

DEEDOODLE
DEEDOODLE
10 Nov 2016 17:25

@Paul - new zealand is a nice place because those that govern the country appreciate the limited resources and as such have excellent border/immigration policies and the staff and equipment to back it up. shame the u.k governement will only spend tax payers money on themselves rather than essential services that matter to the tens of millions who have had to put their hand in their pocket to pay their taxes. moan, moan, moan, i know, i just can't help it.

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Carer
Carer
10 Nov 2016 18:05

@Paul

 

So when are YOU going to emigrate to the USof A as you seem to love that complete idiot so much?

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Paul
Paul
11 Nov 2016 08:09

No, probably just stay in Dawlish.

How do you know that Donald Trump is an idiot, have you met him?

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