View Poll Results: What will be the fate of Donald Trump as President?

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  • He will finish his term and be re-elected in 2020

    4 33.33%
  • He will finish his term and be defeated in 2020

    2 16.67%
  • He will finish his term but not be the Republican candidate in 2020

    1 8.33%
  • He will resign during his term

    1 8.33%
  • He will be removed from office during his term

    3 25.00%
  • Other

    1 8.33%
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    American Elections and Politics [New poll added 27/2/2018]]

    OK, it's a long way to go but everyone's bored with lame-duck Shrubby so let the silly season commence!

    I will add further candidates to this list on request provided that at least one bookmaker is quoting them at less than 50-1 to win.

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    Put Your Money On The Money !

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    OK, it's a long way to go but everyone's bored with lame-duck Shrubby so let the silly season commence!

    I will add further candidates to this list on request provided that at least one bookmaker is quoting them at less than 50-1 to win.
    Ron Paul is the best bet for the american people, but as we 'all know' whats best for the american people is not the best bet on who will become president!

    The 'smart'(?) MONEY is on yet another ,dare i say it, globalist puppet (party immaterial of course)

    i wonder how many of those Diebold electronic voting machines they will have operating this time? and IMO this doesnt matter to the globalist 'employers' more to the competing company cartels vying for 'the job' !
    Last edited by Axiom; 28-02-2007 at 01:37 AM.

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    Should be a public poll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggrayggray
    Should be a public poll.
    I'll make the "who do you think will win" one a public poll, but I won't start that one until the field is a little more settled, in particular until it's clear if Gore will run or not.

    I didn't make this one a public poll because I thought it could distort the outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axiom, in shoutbox
    hey KB, That poll list looks more like a criminal line up!


    Ron Paul is the best bet for the american people, but as we 'all know' whats best for the american people is not the best bet on who will become president!
    Paul is an interesting character. I didn't know they still had libertarians that diehard in the Republican Party (albeit towards the social-conservative end of the libertarian spectrum in some respects.)

    66-1 at Ladbroke's and William Hill's if you're feeling lucky about the American people throwing big government in the can over the next 22 months.

    Some comparative odds for all candidates here for anyone interested.
    Last edited by Kevin Bonham; 28-02-2007 at 01:58 AM.

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    Go Ronnie !

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham




    Paul is an interesting character. I didn't know they still had libertarians that diehard in the Republican Party (albeit towards the social-conservative end of the libertarian spectrum in some respects.)

    66-1 at Ladbroke's and William Hill's if you're feeling lucky about the American people throwing big government in the can over the next 22 months.
    I actually heard Ron Paul interviewed.....guess where? ......THE ALEX JONES SHOW !! ......about a month ago or so.

    And sadly, my 'criminal line up' shout,although made me chuckle too, is more than a little too close to reality for comfort, unfortunately

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    no.1 CRIMINAL : GUILIANI

    Guiliani's father was a mafia leader : FACT
    Guiliani lied about his family's criminal connection on signing his oath of office : FACT

    AND NOW THIS http://www.*******s.com/articles/ter..._president.htm

    No.2 Criminal revealed soon......

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    I am 'rather' concerned that some people are willing to put their money on Arnie to win the 2008 election

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggrayggray
    I am 'rather' concerned that some people are willing to put their money on Arnie to win the 2008 election
    GG- we do have some realists amongst us, you know!

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    Yeah, I saw one poll that said 82% thought he wouldn't be a good President!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    Yeah, I saw one poll that said 82% thought he wouldn't be a good President!
    yes,i too, have found polls useful in supporting ones position

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    I'll be interested to see if Chuck Hagel runs. It seems he is stirring up a bit of trouble as a Republican potential candidate who is against the war in Iraq. His press conference where he played with the media a few days ago was funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    I'll be interested to see if Chuck Hagel runs. It seems he is stirring up a bit of trouble as a Republican potential candidate who is against the war in Iraq. His press conference where he played with the media a few days ago was funny.
    media report designed to ridicule this anti-war stance or just funny as it exposed the ludicrous justifications? havent heard much about ron paul in the media

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axiom
    media report designed to ridicule this anti-war stance or just funny as it exposed the ludicrous justifications? havent heard much about ron paul in the media
    Naaah, nothing to do with the issues. He sorta trolled them by calling a press conference at which he said he would discuss his future and then using it to say he hadn't yet made up his mind. They all groaned!

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