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Old 10-19-2016, 09:07 AM   #51
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I have a hard time finding a hildabeast sign anywhere in Collin county. There's trump signs all over the place. But that's not too surprising in Collin I don't think.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:07 AM   #52
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I def think it's a possibility. If not this election the next especially if the rep. don't get us a candidate we can truely stand behind and believe in. I will vote for trump because I absolutely do not want Hillary but I may have to get drunk first!
I think you might have just found the solution for all the people who don't want to vote for Trump but don't Hilary in either. Get drunk and hit the election booth, that way they can chuck it up to be just another drunken mistake to forget about over the years.

I don't believe Texas has turned blue at all, I live in Corpus and we are always Red. I don't believe those polls for every one poll saying Clinton is leading you can find one saying Trump is leading. Also did anyone on this site get a call from the poll in question asking if they were voting R or D? Just because there is X amount of Voters doesn't mean all will go out and vote. I just don't trust the numbers yet, but thats just me. Still think Texas will be Red, but we will see.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:08 AM   #53
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"Turning blue" is just an undermining tactic by the blue team. Mostly inter-city blue ideology.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:09 AM   #54
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Women.
Lots are just not going to vote for Trump.
And the Democratic candidate IS a woman..

Women will determine which way this election goes, imo.

Edited: Not that I speak for any of them, they can do that themselves!
Just my opinion.

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Old 10-19-2016, 09:09 AM   #55
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i think everyone has a skewed idea of the voting base. if you look at facebook and fox news and tbh, then yeah its gonna seem like trumps up. we tend to surround ourselves with like-minded people. and, there is confirmation bias.

i think texas will stay red, but i think it will be closer than ever before.

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I agree with you. I think we tend to believe ourselves when constantly surrounded by like minded folks.

I can see it in their eyes, they hate us.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:09 AM   #56
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nope, facts but keep on believing like a zombie
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:10 AM   #57
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I sure hope we're not having this discussion on Nov.9th about President Clinton and how the republicans stayed at home.......after 8 years of Barak Effn' Obama.
Amen. A lot of whiners on here and people I personally know about their candidate not getting the nod. Hey, my front runner (Cruz) didn't get the nod but I'm voting for TRUMP. If you think Obama was bad, just wait till that pos Hillary gets into office. Good gosh, wake up!! Pretty darn simple decision here.

And no, our state is not turning blue. The media sure would like y'all to believe that though.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:11 AM   #58
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We just elected a republican governor 60% to 40% with only 33% voter turnout. We didn't turn blue in 2 years.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:11 AM   #59
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Then why did he receive more primary votes of any republican candidate in history??

Its two things that are causing our state to turn blue (IMO).

1.) A huge number here in the state refuse to vote because their candidate lost...cry me a river. The sad thing is, is that the majority of these people have voted in the past for not their candidate, or for the candidate that was the nominee. But refuse to this time...

2.) The amount of non-Texans flooding in from California and south of our boarder.
I dont believe those are normal Republican voters.

1. Not True - They dont vote because they dont believe in Trump as a viable candidate that represents them.

2. With a good economy comes an influx. That's life and what will and is happening.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:11 AM   #60
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I have a hard time finding a hildabeast sign anywhere in Collin county. There's trump signs all over the place. But that's not too surprising in Collin I don't think.
But whats the population count in that county? It doesnt matter when the 4 big cities are bringing in blue votes. The numbers just dont work. Texas will turn blue, we have done it before. Like others, i doubt its this year, but i think we will see it.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:12 AM   #61
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nope, facts but keep on believing like a zombie
Lol! This, too, is ironic.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:15 AM   #62
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Well if not voting for trump is a vote for hillary, than wouldnt not voting for hillary be a vote for trump? So you basically got two votes in one election? Sounds like he wins.
No..the only vote for Trump is an actual vote for Trump. You have to understand that Democrats are the majority in this country. When I use Democrats, it refers to people that just want to keep collecting the free money that comes out of yours and my paychecks. The good thing about some of these Democrats is that a lot of the time they are to busy being true blue american entrepreneurs (aka dealing crack, or using their food stamps to buy food to sale from their taco stands) to show up on election day. So because the Democrats already have the majority, it comes down to the republicans needing more actual votes on election day. By refusing to vote on election day (far an actual candidate) you then give your vote back to the Democrats..
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:18 AM   #63
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:18 AM   #64
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the media in the UK said brexit would fail...
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:19 AM   #65
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Polls are great tools to influence lazy minds.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:20 AM   #66
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They rule the roost down here in Jefferson County. At the rate they reproduce it won't be long...
You ain't lying either, it's sad!
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:21 AM   #67
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One poll shows texas closer to being even than normal. That's it. State politics, we're red as hell, and going to be even redder after Hillary is elected
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I dont believe those are normal Republican voters.

1. Not True - They dont vote because they dont believe in Trump as a viable candidate that represents them.

2. With a good economy comes an influx. That's life and what will and is happening.
When was the last time a candidate has represented 100% of a every republican that voted for him (or her) views?? More than likely, that has never happened..

What good economy?
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:21 AM   #69
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It's been purple for years, the state is turning.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:22 AM   #70
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I think both sides really dislike their candidates. The difference is the republican side contains people with morals/values, who just can't come around to saying yes they will vote for trump. The left just does what its told. So that's what makes up the relatively close race in Texas.

Come election day, I think a lot of repubs will hold their nose and vote for the guy, and Texas will be an easy state for trump.
I agree
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:22 AM   #71
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Media can make up what ever they want and post/print it... I don't believe it either.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:24 AM   #72
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Go ahead and watch the video of Ambassador Stevens body being drug all over the place by terrorists. How anybody could vote for Hillary I will never know.
I don't think we are there yet but getting close.
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Go ahead and watch the video of Ambassador Stevens body being drug all over the place by terrorists. How anybody could vote for Hillary I will never know.
I don't think we are there yet but getting close.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:29 AM   #74
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for the media skeptics...which polls would you consider to have merit?

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Old 10-19-2016, 09:29 AM   #75
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So many don't like Trump, and there is no other choice.

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Old 10-19-2016, 09:30 AM   #76
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It's been purple for years, the state is turning.
Yep. Hispanics are taking over.

It will soon be just like California. All of the metro areas are blue and all the rural are red. There will come a time when the metro areas completely outnumber the little blue country counties with votes.

Sadly, the white male vote is almost meaningless. The coveted votes these days are female and minority.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:30 AM   #77
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i think everyone has a skewed idea of the voting base. if you look at facebook and fox news and tbh, then yeah its gonna seem like trumps up. we tend to surround ourselves with like-minded people. and, there is confirmation bias.

i think texas will stay red, but i think it will be closer than ever before.

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Then how do you explain liberal sites like Yahoo? Go to their comment sections and it's 9 to 1 pro Trump.
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Amen. A lot of whiners on here and people I personally know about their candidate not getting the nod. Hey, my front runner (Cruz) didn't get the nod but I'm voting for TRUMP. If you think Obama was bad, just wait till that pos Hillary gets into office. Good gosh, wake up!! Pretty darn simple decision here.

And no, our state is not turning blue. The media sure would like y'all to believe that though.
Agreed....I fought against Trump till I was blue, but I'll vote for him over hillary any day.

One thing I see is that information like this will enegize the democrat base because they think they are in striking distance. I hope it does the same on the republican side.
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for the media skeptics...which polls would you consider to have merit?

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Not the one that showed Romney beating Barak in 2012.........

I honestly dont know what to believe.....but I'll be ****ed if I don't cast my vote against any democrat!
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Then how do you explain liberal sites like Yahoo? Go to their comment sections and it's 9 to 1 pro Trump.
Not sure what stories you are looking at, but I have seen way more support for Hillary
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Then how do you explain liberal sites like Yahoo? Go to their comment sections and it's 9 to 1 pro Trump.
Trump bragged about getting democrats to come over to vote for him. That's those people.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:38 AM   #82
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It doesn’t matter the popular vote doesn’t count in America
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:38 AM   #83
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Then how do you explain liberal sites like Yahoo? Go to their comment sections and it's 9 to 1 pro Trump.
seems yahoo is not a very "liberal" site

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Old 10-19-2016, 09:41 AM   #84
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But whats the population count in that county? It doesnt matter when the 4 big cities are bringing in blue votes. The numbers just dont work. Texas will turn blue, we have done it before. Like others, i doubt its this year, but i think we will see it.
Collin is one of the most populated and fastest growing...but its mostly people with money.
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Yep. Hispanics are taking over.

It will soon be just like California. All of the metro areas are blue and all the rural are red. There will come a time when the metro areas completely outnumber the little blue country counties with votes.

Sadly, the white male vote is almost meaningless. The coveted votes these days are female and minority.
Yep!
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:42 AM   #86
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When was the last time a candidate has represented 100% of a every republican that voted for him (or her) views?? More than likely, that has never happened..

What good economy?
It's one thing to not represent someone fully in certain political aspects. It's completely different for a person not to represent someone personally.

Texas has a good economy.
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Collin is one of the most populated and fastest growing...but its mostly people with money.
As evidenced by your classified ads.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:43 AM   #88
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It's one thing to not represent someone fully in certain political aspects. It's completely different for a person not to represent someone personally.

Texas has a good economy.
Do wha?? Manufacturing is in the tanks as is the oilfield. I work in both areas. Not good by a LONG shot.
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Do wha?? Manufacturing is in the tanks as is the oilfield. I work in both areas. Not good by a LONG shot.
But better than most of the country......hence the influx.
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Stats from last 5 presidential elections
2012 R-57%, D-41%
2008 R-55%, D-43%
2004 R-60%, D-38%
2000 R-60%, D-38%
1996 R-48%, D-43% (Ross Perot got 6%, this may be the closest representation of a starting point)
The Bush elections are anomalies, Texas being home state.

Current State legislature make up R-119, D-59
This would reflect a more current election; however, large population centers could make a difference in state wide election.
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Old 10-19-2016, 09:47 AM   #91
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Believe the Dems will win all the major cities. Happened with Hussein Obummer.
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It's not turning blue, its turning https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...rning%20purple


It may very well bleed through and become a brick in their wall for this election. The GOP had an easy shot at the presidency and they ***** the bed.
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I think both sides really dislike their candidates. The difference is the republican side contains people with morals/values, who just can't come around to saying yes they will vote for trump. The left just does what its told. So that's what makes up the relatively close race in Texas.

Come election day, I think a lot of repubs will hold their nose and vote for the guy, and Texas will be an easy state for trump.
But your saying that Hillary has good morals and values?
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Has no one noticed all the out of state plates on a daily basis, people leave the states that they ruined with their votes and will vote the same here!
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Lol! This, too, is ironic.
says the guy who thinks snap shooting is the correct form of trad. archery

#hilarious
#talkabouttrueirony
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says the guy who thinks snap shooting is the correct form of trad. archery

#hilarious
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#whatajoke

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Snap shooting? You continue to prove me right. I love it!

Anyway, I can see how you don't see the irony in your statements.
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Yup, all the dang hippies moving here from California.
I hate seeing Texas being turned into California
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Snap shooting? You continue to prove me right. I love it!



Anyway, I can see how you don't see the irony in your statements.


Your mind is lost, probably a democrat to be honest
Have a good one, you're ignorance put yourself on my ignore list


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But better than most of the country......hence the influx.
Better is not the correct term. How about 'not as bad' as the rest of the country. From what I am seeing first hand, I'm having a hard time believing that. If that is the case, that is extremely sad.
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